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Enchantment — Aura
Enchanted land is a Swamp.
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Evil Presence Discussion
4 days ago
Traverse the Ulvenwald over some of the more situational pump spells? Lets you tutor up missing combo pieces, and with all the self milling delirium is probably pretty easy. I think the Mire Boa / Evil Presence combo is honestly kind of bad. On its own, neither card does much. You need Mire Boa, Evil Presence, and Varolz on the field, and Death's Shadow in the yard, and you need to untap, and it isn't even guaranteed to kill your opponent. Have you considered Hooting Mandrills instead of some of those slots? It's strong on its own and wears scavenged counters really well because of trample.
2 weeks ago
Sea's Claim and Spreading Seas could make good sideboard cards against black, which doesn't really care about having its lands turned to swamps. Corrupted Roots could be sideboarded as additional land enchants, or cheaper land enchants against certain decks.
3 weeks ago
puetypoo I used to have Evil Presence, etc. in the deck, but turned them over in favor of effects that change all the lands on board (e.g. Blanket of Night) into an island/swamp, as most EDH games are multiplayer games. I will reconsider adding in Stormtide Leviathan, however!
Thanks for the suggestions!
3 weeks ago
If Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth is out of budget then I would suggest things like Contaminated Ground, Evil Presence, Stormtide Leviathan, Tainted Well, Lingering Mirage, Sea's Claim, and Spreading Seas. All of these are cheap on both CMC and $$ and can help push your Commander through.
Hope this helps.
3 weeks ago
First, let me introduce the deck so you can have a reference.
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Now, here is my question.
I currently have Lotleth Troll in the deck. He is cost with regenerate for . He also can be used to put a creature in the graveyard from my hand, which is pretty important, and gets a +1/+1 counter in the process.
The alternative that I am debating inserting into the deck is Fauna Shaman. She is in cost, so it's an easy cast in the structure of this deck. Her ability allows me to discard a card from hand and cost , but also lets me search for a creature in my library in the process.
So the question is, which one would serve the deck better?
Lotleth Troll, who can be regenerated and helps put the creatures in the graveyard. (Can be used as a target for the Scavenge ability)
They're both two mana to cost and provide a utility benefit that the other does not.
My other option, I could remove Mire Boa and Evil Presence from the main deck. This would eliminate the chance for an unblockable creature in the deck, and Mire Boa has so far been the Game winning strategy more often than not. Still, I could try Fauna Shaman out in the Mire Boa slot and free up even more space with Evil Presence. With that extra space I could add in two more Sheltering Ancients for Scavenge fodder.
3 weeks ago
Piglord98 - There is multiple reasons why I really like Mire Boa. I recently added in Evil Presence to the deck, which can obviously be sideboards if I am playing a black deck, but it gives me the chance to initiate Swampwalk effects for Mire Boa alongside Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth. The next reason, Mire Boa can be regenerated, which is important for this deck. For it can be regenerated, and for , Lotleth Troll can be regenerated. Having Creatures with that ability really helps keep the counters provided from Scavenge stay alive. Tormented Soul is a good card, but for right now I believe Mire Boa is one of my staples in the deck.
3 weeks ago
Nice deck you got here! You don't really have any issues, so I'll upvote, and do my best to help.
Having 2 Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth may not be necessary. Although it is very good with Mire Boa, squeezing in a copy of Evil Presence into your sideboard can be better, as you can enchant opponent lands (for example, an Urza's Tower) and turn that into a swamp (thus losing all of it's other abilities and types). With 2 Urborgs, however, you could be risking the legend rule and being forced to lose your lands.
is the trample from Predator's Strike really that important? almost all your creatures that you plan to be attacking with already have some evasion, and using Become Immense (since you have no more use for the instants and sorceries you mill) could help you swing for more damage.