|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Time Spiral "Timeshifted" (TSB)||Rare|
|Fifth Edition (5ED)||Uncommon|
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Tap, Exile Feldon's Cane: Shuffle your graveyard into your library.
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|Have (4)||Benniator , Unlife , Wolfebladeelite , Florg|
|Want (7)||smaps , DeifiedExile , Zoxsox , McGotto , KingMathoro , BringerOfStorms , impropriety|
Feldon's Cane Discussion
4 days ago
Lich's Mirror, Feldon's Cane, Elixir of Immortality are the cards you would want to put your graveyard back in to your library. this is my new land matters deck Grave Lands Fall check it out i originally had my red green land matters which is also a blast BAD LANDS.
6 days ago
If you want another lock sorry but you will have to splash White for Kismet.
1 month ago
3 months ago
Heya AquaticAce26, thanks for the complements.
I think winter orb is bad; and also it does sort of the opposite of tabernacle. Tabernacle stops decks that use creatures for mana; winter orb rewards decks that use creatures for mana. For a tabernacle replacement I'd probably just run a board wipe; Yahenni's Expertise is possible, or just Wrath of God or Damnation. But if your meta doesn't have a lot of creature decks then you could just play something else more appropriate. If your meta is Sisay, Breya, and Kess, then only Sisay is really creature-based; you might just want to play another Rule of Law, or counterspell, or Imprisoned in the Moon if Sisay is the strongest of your opponents.
The best thing that Timetwister does in the deck is recur our enchantments; combo'ing with notion thief and being a strong turn-1 play are just nice extras. The next best actual wheel is Time Spiral, which is much cheaper in dollars. Although Days Undoing doesn't seem terrible. The next best recursion is probably Replenish; although I've also considered Feldon's Cane as an extreme budget option. I think if you're not going to run timetwister you do need some way to get enchantments back from the yard; so I'd experiment with some of these options...
3 months ago
Is this on mtgo? and is Feldon's Cane considered pauper legal where you play?
4 months ago
4 months ago
That's it. That's all you get, lol. =P =)
5 months ago
robngraves just like any "combo" deck if all our pieces get exiled we're just gonna sit there and cry... but it's unrealistic for any deck to have a plan for after all the pieces get exiled.
As for combat damage, you need to consider that the demon has flying and there are 3 other players to attack, we've never had a problem with getting damage through cause there is always at least one player with no flying creatures. Also the point of Proteus Staff is to activate it twice across two turns... activating it once and somehow hitting all the epic spells will just put them on the bottom anyways. The first time puts General Tazri back into the command zone and finds us our demon (the other cards revealed this way are completely irrelevant.) The second time puts the demon on the bottom and since its the only creature in the deck we would put "all cards revealed this way" (which is our whole library) on the "bottom" in any order (the bottom is also the top in this case.)
If our demon gets removed, we have Corpse Dance and Nature's Spiral to bring it back and there's also a few counterspells to prevent removal. Even Temporal Cascade and Feldon's Cane can shuffle our demon and our staff back into our library just so we can find them again. Proteus staff can also be recurred with Nature's Spiral. Also think about how we will rarely ever cast our demon so it can't actually be countered if it enters via Proteus Staff
In the scenario where our demon is taken somewhere we can't get it back, our second option is to use Proteus Staff on tazri or a man-land such as Mishra's Factory and reorganize our library in such a way that sets us up to cast Epic Experiment for X = 10 or more while the Epics are near the top. And we once again run counterspells to protect this.
We've put a lot of thought into this and there is no realistic avenue we haven't thought to build precautions against.