Fetid Heath

Legality

Format Legality
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Masters 25 (A25) Rare
Zendikar Expeditions (EXP) Mythic Rare
Eventide (EVE) Rare

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Fetid Heath

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Fetid Heath Discussion

PromethianCook on kaalia

2 weeks ago

Possible land suggestions...Mana Confluence Reflecting Pool Fetid Heath Rugged Prairie

Another thing to possibly look into is using Sneak Attack

chadsansing on My First Alesha Deck

1 month ago

Have you ever tested withEldrazi Displacer + Sun Titan + a few more colorless-producing lands like Battlefield Forge, Sulfurous Springs, Fetid Heath, Rugged Prairie, and a few Wastes? That might be fun.

Or you could evoke Reveillark and blink it with its LTB trigger on the stack to keep it and blink it again and again with Displacer.

Have fun brewing!

Anteus3575 on Esper Superfriends: Need help with ...

1 month ago

Some more basic lands would be where to start. You could use the "fast lands" like Concealed Courtyard and/or Darkslick Shores also you could use the "check lands" like Drowned Catacomb and/or Isolated Chapel The fast lands are better for the early-ish game while you do not want to many check lands on your first handful of games. Another cycle of lands that is painless but very slow is the filter lands, which were just reprinted in m25,Fetid Heath these as well as the check lands require anothe land/mana source. There are a whole bunch more but these are the best and most consistent out of them.

boomerang42 on a good orzhov deck POGGERS

2 months ago

So if you can't include "auto wins" (which is lame, but understandable), you're best playing a really flexible midrange deck.

Some includes I'd suggest:

-- Bitterblossom

-- razaketh, the foulblooded

-- The entire Cabal Coffers Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth suite. Vesuva, Thespian's Stage, Expedition Map.

-- Exsanguinate

-- Tutors. Pick one or more: Shred Memory Diabolic Intent Demonic Tutor Vampiric Tutor Beseech the Queen Dark Petition Sidisi, Undead Vizier

-- Lightning Greaves are good

-- Include some countermagic/protection: Boseiju, Who Shelters All Lapse of Certainty Imp's Mischief Withering Boon

-- I don't know if your group will allow it but I've always enjoyed Tainted Remedy / False Cure + Beacon of Immortality

-- Ditch Sorin Lord of Innistrad. Replace with Sorin Markov and Sorin, Grim Nemesis and Kaya, Ghost Assassin or maybe one of the two Elspeths.

-- I know they're expensive but consider Mana Vault \ Grim Monolith \ Mox Opal \ Chrome Mox \ Mana Crypt

-- Should run Dark Ritual and Cabal Ritual and Culling the Weak

-- Silence time walks someone.

-- Bitter Ordeal is pretty brutal in your deck.

-- Lingering souls seems low value as a one-off.

-- Sensei's Top.

-- Smokestack is easy to mitigate for you but brutal on your opponents.

-- Consider Marsh Flats and/or Flooded Strand or Bloodstained Mire, Polluted Delta Fetid Heath Strip Mine Westvale Abbey  Flip Wasteland Strip Mine Field of Ruin

-- Meekstone seems good here.

zenia on Hymn of Darkness: Elenda EDH | *PRIMER*

2 months ago

Hey, you have listed Fetid Heath twice. Might check that.

PsuedoIntellectual on Sac em then attack em

2 months ago

I take it this is a take on an Aristocrats deck. If so, you've really got some things to change. Why do you have Odric, Lunarch Marshal, the two paragons, and Nantuko Husk? Instead of these, you could include more Xathrid Necromancer, Ghoulcaller Gisa, and Butcher of Malakir. You could also include cards like Ashnod's Altar, Anointed Procession, and Secure the Wastes. Cut Captain of the Watch, it's not helpful. Chainer's Edict or Fleshbag Marauder could be useful, as is Anowon, the Ruin Sage. Include 4 Butcher of Malakir and more Xathrid Necromancer. More token makers could also be useful. Gravepurge was a good choice. In your sideboard, you're only allowed to have 15 cards, and the monuments/Oketra are useless, and Champion of Stray Souls is bad. You also should improve your manabase with cards like Concealed Courtyard and Forsaken Sanctuary. If you have money for them, you could get Godless Shrine, Marsh Flats or Fetid Heath. Instead of Tragic Slip, just run something like Anguished Unmaking, Fatal Push, or Doom Blade. Also, you need a boardwipe like End Hostilities, Wrath of God, or Settle the Wreckage(best option). For token makers, use Legion's Landing  Flip. Another good sac outlet is Arguel's Blood Fast  Flip, if you can flip it. Your sideboard needs a little bit of hate for graveyard shenanigans, so a couple copies of Rest in Peace are in order, as well as more recursion like Ravos, Soultender.

Squirrelbacon on B/W Tokens (2018 Competitive)

2 months ago

Hey Tethys!

Thanks for sending me over to this list in particular, I do like the layout (as I said I like all three so it's nice to see which you prefer). I understand your choice on legions landing, however, I feel the main question I have is with Fetid Heath. I read through the descriptions section and comments and I noticed it was brought up but is not included.

While I like Concealed Courtyard, is it really better than Fetid Heath? Is there simply no room for it? I feel the only land you could cut would be one Shambling Vent or Vault of the Archangel... but I know life total is a concern and both can help to finish games so I don't know. I haven't played the list yet (I do plan to soon) so I just want to hear your reasoning behind the lack of inclusion, although I do see part of the reason.

Also, how is Slaughter the Strong working for you, it's a card I've been curious about for a while now. I'm debating that over Dusk / Dawn for my Mardu list.

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