Field of the Dead
Field of the Dead enters the battlefield tapped.
: Gain .
Whenever Field of the Dead or another land enters the battlefield under your control, if you control seven or more lands with different names, create a 2/2 black Zombie creature token.
|Want (4)||pinkelman42 , suenwind , ViRSneG , sunnibugg|
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|Core Set 2020 (M20)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Field of the Dead occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.07%
Field of the Dead Discussion
5 days ago
Hey chriscross25, +1 for the trees!
Here's my Titania build that I've played for a while now (its my favorite). For a while a buddy at my LGS had one too (Gaea's Cradle, Fetch Lands... it was yolked)... and it get's pretty crazy, especially with Greater Good, which lets you dig through the whole deck. Be prepared to storm. I actually tuned away from this so I could play in the 7/10 meta.
I'd also recommend toying with Chain of Acid, Nylea's Intervention, Seasons Past, Field of the Dead and all the "Play an extra land cards" like Wayward Swordtooth (to combo with Crucible of Worlds,etc.).
I think my irl list is still a little different. At one point I ran the 1-drop-ramp-elves package and went super aggro. That also works really well.
6 days ago
I mean, this loses hard to most lists of the format, so it's not the best, but I always love Swans builds, this is a reasonable one of them. Honestly still think as a Yorion pile these decks could put in work, but not entirely sure on application of it. Snapcaster Mage Style Yorion build for sure could make it still function and have enough lands to combo, but also could loop value cards like Mystic Sanctuary with enough fetchlands. Triomes too, maybe a Field of the Dead line, not sure exactly.
1 week ago
-4 Forest, +2 Snow-Covered Forest, +1 Snow-Covered Mountain, +1 Snow-Covered Swamp. Adding the snow lands gives a slightly better chance at turning on Field of the Dead sooner with no downside. Slightly changed basic land balance.
-1 Burgeoning, +1 Worldly Tutor. Just running the playtesting made two things clear: Burgeoning isn't going to pay off all that much, and the deck needs either Crucible of Worlds or Ramunap Excavator to make it into play to get the engine churning. Adding the tutor will ensure that will happen more reliably. The Gitrog Monster is also pretty important to find too, so I'm likely going to find spots for the Demonic Tutor anyway as well as a Chord of Calling.
1 week ago
Been on a Tatyova binge myself recently! Thought I would share some synergies that you may be interested in.
Might also wanna consider Nissa's Pilgrimage As your basic land count could probably benefit from another cultivate effect.
Meloku the Clouded Mirror can take alot of advantage of all your extra land drops if you ever feel that may be necessary.
Khalni Heart Expedition is just really easy to set off with all the extra land drops you can accumulate.
1 week ago
-1 Khalni Heart Expedition, +1 Dryad of the Ilysian Grove. I'm looking to include every extra land drop effect (that doesn't also benefit my opponents) so Dryad's gotta go in. KHE is a pretty meh card really so out it came.
1 week ago
I love Yarok. I’ve made my own deck with him, so here are some of my favorites.
Spark Double because he can copy Yarok.
Risen Reef since he gets great card advantage and your commander is an elemental, among other good ETB creatures.
Mulldrifter draws a ton, and is another went along for Risen Reef.
Fblthp, the Lost is more card draw on a creature.
Kenrith's Transformation is removal with card draw.
Venser, Shaper Savant is the best 4 drop I’ve got in my deck. With Yarok out, he can bounce any spell or pesky cards and also himself, letting you repeat it as much as you want.
Field of the Dead is great. Getting tokens from lands is nothing to scoff at. It’s strong. If you run a couple of snow basics it’ll be easier to turn it on as well.
2 weeks ago
While supply & demand is the universal law governing the price point, there is a bit more to the story of Golos than first meets the eye. First, the supply of Core 2020 is high, all the print runs from the last few years have been much bigger than the print runs from 10-20 years ago, because the game has been burgeoning with new players. Second, the demand is actually lower than you would anticipate too. Golos was used alongside Field of the Dead in Standard and Pioneer, and after the card was banned, Golos decks disappeared and many of those players are actually selling their copies of Golos. Golos hasn't and doesn't see play in Modern, but funnily enough it does actually get slotted into workshop decks for Vintage as a way to find the all important The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale for board lockdown, or a Mishra's Workshop to get ahead on the prison/stax components, or even a Mishra's Factory to further beatdown pressure. Most of these decks don't even use a full playset of Golos, 1 or 2 at the most. Vintage is also a relatively small sized format population wise which means those 1-2 copies of Golos are sought by a small group of buyers. The only format with real demand for Golos at the moment is Commander, in which a single copy of Golos will probably do the trick. The color identity of WUBRG means you can't just toss it casually into your mono/dual color deck so it doesn't really get played in the 99 either.
You are 100% spot on about evaluating Golos though, he's a very nice body with a strong active ability that can win games, and the unconditional land tutor is hugely powerful, and means you only need to generate more mana to recast Golos each time. I think interest in him will continue to rise as we see more big/flashy spell effects, and we get more land printings with abilities.
Large supply, not a whole lot of demand except for 1-2 copies from a small % of the total MTG players, comes from a very recent set. That's how I'd sum it all up.
2 weeks ago
Thanks for the suggestions dude
I completely forgot about Bojuka Bog, thank u
Same reason as above! Completely forgot about them, though it's going to be hard to find something to cut for them