Forgotten Cave

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Commander 2018 (C18) Common
Commander Anthology Vol. II (CM2) Common
Commander Anthology (CM1) Common
Commander 2015 (C15) Common
Commander 2014 (C14) Common
Vintage Masters (VMA) Common
Commander 2013 (C13) Common
Duel Decks: Izzet vs. Golgari (DDJ) Common
MTG: Commander (CMD) Common
Duel Decks: Elves vs. Goblins (EVG) Common
Onslaught (ONS) Common

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Forgotten Cave

Land

Forgotten Cave enters the battlefield tapped.

: Gain .

Cycling (, Discard this card: Draw a card.)

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Forgotten Cave Discussion

Driemer84 on Zada Storm

6 days ago

I'm really loving this deck. I threw it together and it lead me to a couple of minor questions.

Does Forgotten Cave have a spot over a mountain? This is super minor, but does the downside of a come into play tapped land outweigh the upside cycling it away later in the game if you're running out of gas?

Have you considered Dark-Dweller Oracle? I've noticed sometimes you don't always find gas to keep the engine running. Dark-Dweller provides a way to dig a little deeper in a pinch.

Lastly, in what situations do you cast Final Fortune. Taking another turn seems anti-synergistic with Aetherflux Reservoir. It seems like Final Fortune would want to see a card like Reliquary Tower next to it, even though I don't think I would really want to see Reliquary Tower in a deck like this. Red sources are pretty important.

Gattison on The Proper Way to Exhume

1 week ago

Heyo. First of all, this looks like what I call a "mulligan deck," meaning your opening hand is gonna be very important, so get used to mulligan'ing until you get a good starting 7. Beyond that, Putrid Imp may be better as four-of because if you can get it out, it is free discard whenever you want. Also, Lotus Petal is probably better in that slot than Wild Cantor, but Lotus Petal is "expensive." Finally, the cycling lands, like Lonely Sandbar, Barren Moor and Forgotten Cave, might be really good in this deck, because you can play them in an emergency, otherwise you cantrip/fill your graveyard with them.

In addition, here is a page a I found with a small Primer for Pauper Exhume decks: link.

Daedalus19876 on I Will Survive | Varchild EDH

1 month ago

I wrote you a huge, detailed comment... then my computer crashed and erased what I'd written >.< Given that, I'm going to write it out as essentially bullet points and if you have any questions or want clarification, I can give more detailed thoughts :)

Let's start with the landbase. I'd cut down until you mostly have Mountains, and rebuild from there. Lands you may have missed: City of Shadows, Safe Haven, Command Beacon, Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx. Lands I'd definitely cut: Desert of the Fervent, Field of Ruin, Forbidden Orchard, Forgotten Cave, Homeward Path (your opponents will get the Survivors back...), Temple of the False God, and possibly Valakut, the Molten Pinnacle. I'd run as many basics as possible, then play Ruination, Extraplanar Lens, etc.

Beyond that, I still don't see Blades of Velis Vel! ;) I'd also run Mana Crypt, if you can fit it in the budget (T1 commander seems GOOD for this deck). I am a huge fan of Mana Geyser in mono-red, as well as some free pump spells for Varchild (such as Blazing Shoal and Downhill Charge). You could also devour all of your Survivors to Descent of the Dragons...heh. Perhaps Conjurer's Closet to steal Survivors every turn?

In terms of cuts - I'm not really convinced by Bloodforged Battle-Axe or Humble Defector here. Solemn Simulacrum also is always one of my first cuts in this sort of deck.

I hope this helps! :)

BioProfDude on Mono-red Pauper Burn

2 months ago

Boza, one last comment as this article came out yesterday after I wrote my comment to you yesterday. Alex Ullman at Channel Fireball wrote a nice summary of the Top 8 decks at Grand Prix Las Vegas (June 14 - 17, so just a couple of weeks ago). Notice that a burn deck made the top 8 and that our main boards are nearly identical. 4x Fireblast and 4x Curse of the Pierced Heart (I run 3x, but that player shaved a Forgotten Cave to make room for the extra copy). The player also ran 1x Shard Volley and 1x Magma Jet while I have 2x Magma Jet in my list above, though, as I noted in an above comment, I have been tinkering with the 1x/1x configuration. Otherwise, main boards are identical.

Here is the link to Ullman's article:

https://www.channelfireball.com/articles/pauper-championships-breakdown/

Thanks again for your thoughts and comments!

BioProfDude on Mono-red Pauper Burn

3 months ago

Boza sorry, wasn't clear-- I never hard cast Fireblast. Rather, I meant to say that I have sacrificed twice (4 mountains total) to cast to finish games. Wrote quickly while dodging from gate to gate in the airport. :-D If I have more than 4 mountains on the battlefield, then I have drawn way too many lands and probably lost as a result.

Thunderous Wrath is not worth one or more mulligans to ensure that I don't have it in hand, even if that only happens once in a while. If I have it in hand, that's an auto mulligan. I don't have a single card in this current build that would ever cause me to mulligan just because I have it in the opening hand. I will take Fireblast over Thunderous Wrath all day, every day. It is exceptionally rare to have a Fireblast in hand that cannot be cast at the end of the game. I found myself occasionally having to mulligan because I had a Thunderous Wrath in my opening hand. I won't get to 6 lands very often-- 4 or 5 at the very most, usually 3 (pretty rare I have 2 copies of Fireblast in my opening hand, or in my hand ever-- I feel pretty good about getting 1 copy per game). Usually I cycle Forgotten Cave so it doesn't even get in the way. What I mean by that is I use Forgotten Cave to generate card advantage-- it doesn't get in the way of me getting cards played.

I respect that you prefer Thunderous Wrath, but I prefer Fireblast. At the end of the day, it's what each player feels works best for them. For me, that's Fireblast. For you, that seems to be Thunderous Wrath (well, more copies of Thunderous Wrath than Fireblast, anyway).

fasmith718 on Red Politics

4 months ago
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