Extraplanar Lens


Imprint - When Extraplanar Lens enters the battlefield, you may remove target land you control from the game. (The removed card is imprinted on this artifact.)

Whenever a land with the same name as the imprinted card is tapped for mana, its controller adds one mana to his or her mana pool of any type that land produced.

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Extraplanar Lens Discussion

cmbgeekbear on Arcanis, Draw-to-Win

2 days ago

My area is dry on snow-covered lands, and enough blue is run in my meta that I've already avoided the symmetry of Extraplanar Lens in the build in favor of Caged Sun. Thanks for the recommendation on Oboro! Can't wait to see how these new adds play out with my local game.

goodair on Arcanis, Draw-to-Win

3 days ago

Keep in mind the Extraplanar Lens is a nonbo with Quicksilver Fountain because it affects your opponents aswell. That's why people run snow-covered lands with that card

goodair on Arcanis, Draw-to-Win

3 days ago

Also Extraplanar Lens with Snow-Covered Island is just disguising in mono colored decks, especially if you protect it from being blown up with counters. I went and looked up the land for you btw, Oboro, Palace in the Clouds

DVLuca on I can be pretty.......Heartless

4 days ago

If you want to "ramp" Extraplanar Lens is a good card and if you swap Mountain for Snow-Covered Mountain (that's preferable for lens) Scrying Sheets is very usefull. Price of Progress is another good card for this strategy. Never tried Blasphemous Act + Repercussion!!

Lucky77 on Memnarch Assumes Control

6 days ago

Quick tip I learned: when playing Extraplanar Lens, use basic snow lands like Snow-Covered Islands. Then, if an opponent taps an Island, then they’re not also getting the extra mana.

KongMing on 13 Cards Are Not Land

6 days ago

One other idea; you could do all Snow-Covered Mountain and Snow-Covered Island and throw in an Extraplanar Lens so you're the only one benefiting from the mana. It would definitely increase the price of the deck, but it's a thought.

ShreddedByCrows on EDH Multiplayer: Nahiri, the Staxomancer *RETIRED*

1 week ago

I always loved Stax decks and their ability to mess up with the game's state. That's an interesting take on the archetype you have there. Hokori, Dust Drinker is well established as a hell of an annoying commander for a Mono Withe Stax EDH, but there's no doubt that Nahiri, the Lithomancer alongside cards like Stony Silence, etc., also could be a blast.

The deck seems decent overall. Your curve is sweet and you're running the usual lock tools we all love. I will only suggest you a few cards that could fit nicely your objectives.

First, with a Crucible of Worlds, you'll like to run the two most effective land destruction's tools : Wasteland and Strip Mine.

Then, I noticed you weren't running Thalia, Guardian of Thraben which is a bit surprising. As you said that you also were considering Thorn of Amethyst, both may end up as not that effective cards and I can understand your reluctance. Although, I think they both deserve some play-testing time.

The Lodestone Golem feels like a staple in this kind of deck, if you manage to find a place for it.

The Immortal Sun, even if it's not that cheap, provides you everything you're seeking for. It locks a bit your opponents (as you're literally only running Nahiri as planeswalker), gives you the card draw Mono Withe lacks and nullify Sphere of Resistance / etc. effects on yourself... yeah, seems good but it also locks Nahiri... but I feel like this counterpart is minor in comparison to its effectiveness.

Adding an Extraplanar Lens and snow-covered plains could also help to stabilize your mana base/ramp on the late game.

I hope some you will find some of this ideas helpful. Keep up the good work and enjoy brewing! :)

BabyDoc on Red Scare: Zada EDH | *PRIMER*

3 weeks ago

Also, in my deck I used Snow-Covered Mountains instead of ordinary Mountains, so that Extraplanar Lens isn't likely to benefit an opponent.

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