Font of Mythos

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Conflux (CON) Rare

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Font of Mythos

Artifact

At the beginning of each player's draw step, that player draws two additional cards.

Font of Mythos Discussion

griffstick on Most underrated commander of all time

1 month ago

Usually what's best for me at the moment. I've copied Thran Dynamo and Caged Sun and Font of Mythos alot. Of other things to copy not in my deck, basically name it. I've copied Gilded Lotus and the swords Sword of Feast and Famine someone else's Caged Sun or Gauntlet of Power

griffstick on Most underrated commander of all time

2 months ago

@TheCardPool, thank you I love this deck. It's so much fun. Most wins come from Akroma's Memorial , Genesis Wave , Overwhelming Stampede , and Triumph of the Hordes . But to be honest when I slam down an Akroma's Memorial and Selvala, Heart of the Wilds from a huge Genesis Wave with a fist full of cards. My inner timmy goes wild. So much fun.

No for your card suggestions. - Tireless Tracker is a good card but I don't think it's good here. If I was doing an artifact sub-theme or if I had a way to use those for mana or something then it's good but the investment of 2 mana per card is much worse then a Rishkar's Expertise . - Mind's Eye seems good especially when I got Font of Mythos or Howling Mine in play. I just don't think I have room for it. - Runic Armasaur , I like this card but is not gonna do anything half of the time. Its hit or miss. - Seedborn Muse another really good card but it's not gonna do anything in this build. - Vorinclex, Voice of Hunger is so good infact it's so good that I get the feel bads when I play it and nobody's doing anything because they skip their every other untap step. This card would be a good fit here in this deck if you are okay with people hating you for playing it.

I play Eldrazi Temple for the ramp for the 2 eldrazi spells in the deck as there is no drawback for playing it, it's an easy include.


@Beebles, all good suggestions.

Monstrous Onslaught , Fungal Sprouting , I would totally suggest to anyone building a deck with multani those cards as they are perfect fits in the deck.

Wolfcaller's Howl is good too but I'm not exactly going wide.

Grothama, All-Devouring is another good one I strongly considered putting into the deck. I still want to but I'm not sure.

Greater Good is awesome and I only have one problem with it. I would have to sac the creature. Still worth putting in but I just don't want to sacrifice multani.

Of the ones you mentioned I like the most. Castle Garenbrig and Return of the Wildspeaker are the 2 that are the easiest to put in the deck.

There's so much to talk about these cards you mentioned but I really don't want to spend all day typing out why I chose not to add them in my build.

kamarupa on Group Mill (I Hate My Friends)

3 months ago

Multiplayer mill is almost impossible, and you have A LOT going on here, but there are a few things that can help. I think you'll find Mindcrank will do a lot of milling for you as opponents hit each other. It's a very passive permanent, so for very little mana-cost you get a lot of effect. It's also part of a 3-card infinite mill combo, which I'm sure you can find with a google search if you're interested and not already aware.

Some decks and players hate mill more than others. Having something to shut them down when they get too zealous will be helpful: Haunting Echoes . Along similar lines, Surgical Extraction and/or Extirpate can be very useful in shutting down many aggro threats.

In my humble opinion, the best mill creatures are Hedron Crab and Manic Scribe . Manic Scribe requires a bit of strategy when brewing, though - you really want to make sure you've got as many card types as possible, and even amounts. Both capitalize on the use of fetch-lands - even if it has to be a Terramorphic Expanse. They also like lands with Cycling and sac abilities. I'd say Jace's Phantasm is a solid #3, but it doesn't mill on it's own, so it's kind of 'meh.'

Speaking of lands with sac abilities, I emphatically suggest Buried Ruin and maybe even Bojuka Bog - up to 2x of each. While I'm on lands, if you can swing the bucks, Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth is pretty great. I think you can cut Padeem, Consul of Innovation just by adding 2x Buried Ruin.

I suggest you cut creatures that draw you cards in favor of group hug spells like Howling Mine , Temple Bell , and Font of Mythos . Opponents think you're helping them, but really you're just nice-milling them. If you add Jace's Erasure or Sphinx's Tutelage , they're even better, still.

Fraying Sanity is pretty good, so good call on a full set.

You might benefit from some board-wipes - Languish or Cyclonic Rift come to mind.

You should have 24 lands here in a 60 card deck like this.

Caerwyn on Nekusar EDH

3 months ago

Couple changes:

  1. Cut Day's Undoing . Because it ends the turn, Nekusar's triggers will never go on the stack, so you're just wheeling without actually doing damage.

  2. Cut Font of Mythos , Howling Mine , Dictate of Kruphix , Master of the Feast , Horn of Greed and Kami of the Crescent Moon . These cards are actively bad for your deck--you get one (or 2 for font) card for every three (or 6) cards you give to your opponents.

  3. Add Glistening Oil and Phyresis - infect on Nekusar plus wheels can end a game pretty quickly.

  4. Lightning Greaves and Swiftfoot Boots are solid cards with Nekusar - because you are letting people draw extra cards, they're very likely to find the answers they need to your strategy , making it extra important to have ways to protect Nekusar.

  5. Counterspell and Swan Song are solid cards for any Blue deck.

  6. Helm of the Ghastlord is a solid card on Nekusar causing your opponent to discard whenever they draw. Play a wheel, and they're locked out of casting any non-instant-speed spell.

Hope some of those suggestion help!

Caerwyn on

3 months ago

In my experience fiddling around with Nekusar, Font of Mythos , Master of the Feast , and Jace Beleren are incredibly mediocre. Nekusar already has a big issue in that he helps other players either draw into their combo pieces or draw into the cards they need to stop you. While these effects might look symmetrical, since you're getting the same bonus as everyone else, that's not the right way to think about them. Effectively, they're "you draw a card, and your opponents draw 3 cards"--you only get one chance to draw the card you need, but there are three chances for someone to draw into the card someone else needs to stop you.

Temple Bell is in a similar boat, though it also combos with the fairly solid Mind Over Matter to win you the game.

Forced Fruition is also in the same boat, but is particularly awful. Yes, they'll likely take 14 damage, but by digging 7 deep, they're extremely likely to find the piece of removal they need or the cards they need to win the game. In my experience, Forced Fruition pretty much reads "your opponent loses a bunch of life, but it doesn't matter since they still won."

I have also found Psychic Corrosion effects to be pretty lackluster--you're unlikely to mill out the opponent before you kill them through damage, so it's just a dead card slot most of the time.

You also seemed to have added two copies of Torment of Hailfire by mistake.


Now onto things to add:

Library of Leng is absolutely fantastic with wheel effects, as it allows you to engineer better hands by sending your dead cards to the graveyard, but keeping cards you want to use.

Teferi's Puzzle Box disrupts a number of shenanigans such as tutoring and also nets you a decent amount of damage each turn.

Phyresis on Nekusar is devastating and can quickly close out a game.

Sigil of Sleep turns all your wheel effects into a mini Cyclonic Rift .

Helm of the Ghastlord is a bit expensive to cast, but provides incredible card advantage when placed on Nekusar, and causes them to discard every time they draw (which is directly on with your theme). When combined with a wheel effect, they have to discard every card they draw, effectively locking them out of playing any non-instant for the rest of the game.

Mindcrank goes infinite with Bloodchief Ascension .

Hope some of that helps!

kamelyan on Jhoira of the Ghithu

4 months ago

Alhammarret's Archive doubles every draw except your normal one per turn; so with Font of Mythos , you'll get five cards during your draw step.

I see you have just a Reliquary Tower . Maybe also throw in Anvil of Bogardan , Thought Vessel , or (my personal favourite) Library of Leng .

When I run a blue draw-all-the-cards deck, I always include a backup combo by way of Library of Leng + Temple Bell + Mind Over Matter .

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