Forgotten Cave

Forgotten Cave

Land

Forgotten Cave enters the battlefield tapped.

: Gain .

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

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Set Rarity
Commander 2020 (C20) Uncommon
Mystery Booster (MYS1) Common
Arena Cards (ARENA) Common
Commander 2019 (C19) Common
Modern Horizons (MH1) Uncommon
Commander 2018 (C18) Common
Commander Anthology 2018 (CM2) Common
Duel Decks: Merfolk vs. Goblins (DDT) Common
Commander Anthology (CM1) Common
Commander 2015 (C15) Common
Duel Decks Anthology (DD3) 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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Legality

Format Legality
Duel Commander Legal
MTGO Legal
Magic Duels Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Leviathan Legal
Pauper Legal
Vintage Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Casual Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Modern Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Noble Legal
Legacy Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

Forgotten Cave occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.06%

Red: 0.63%

Rakdos: 0.23%

Forgotten Cave Discussion

Dblegacy on Just Follow the Trail... wait wrong cycling

4 weeks ago

I’ve always loved cycling and the decks built around the mechanic. In fact, one of my favorite competitive decks of all time was built around cycling. (Of course, that was during a time where affinity had first appeared on the seen and the Gw deck was built to strictly hose those early affinity decks) have you considered Secluded Steppe Barren Moor Forgotten Cave they should all be modern legal. I would also suggest more cards that cycle for utility Djeru's Renunciation follows the game plan by being able to cycle but it’s a cheap utility card in a pinch. Astral Drift may give you a some decent utility as well. Gilded Light might be a good sideboard option. Overall a very fun looking deck!

a7thson on Krenko´s Mob (mono red token deck )

1 month ago

Hey -- I just put my current incarnation Krenko on here a couple weeks ago and run a few that you might consider:

Not cheap -> Valakut, the Molten Pinnacle it's great but it's $15-20 atm.

Semi-cheap -> Blast Zone, Ramunap Ruins

Cheap -> Dormant Volcano, Forgotten Cave, Desert of the Fervent, Flamekin Village, Ghost Quarter, Field of Ruin.

Don't overdo it though, especially with tapped lands and anything that can't produce , especially in an aggressive build. Flamekin Village and a removal land and maybe one more... Mine's got a little different focus, but for reference here's what I'm toying with: http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/krenko-kontrol-theory/ Hope that helps!

Arcaia on Tainted soil

2 months ago

Hi there,

Just going to jump in here to point out that Havengul Lich doesn't gain static abilities (like those of Nyxbloom Ancient), only activated abilities (such as both abilities on Cryptbreaker).

There are 3 reasons why someone would consider including Havengul Lich in their 99: 1) They want to be able to use activated abilities from graveyards for 1 mana. This requires a dedicated decklist. 2) They want to be able to cast creatures from graveyards at instant speed (creatures with Flash, or with Vedalken Orrery/Leyline of Anticipation/etc). This also requires a dedicated decklist 3) They want to be able to cast creatures from their opponent's graveyards. This also requires a dedicated decklist. I don't think your deck wants to do any of those things or enough of those things, so it doesn't really make sense to include it.

multimedia is also absolutely correct that your deck wants fetchlands, assuming that money is no concern (which is reasonable, considering you have all of the original duals), as not only will these cards get your duals, they can also be replayed by Muldrotha, the Gravetide and will thin your deck. In fact, all of his suggestions for improving the manabase are correct: lands that can enter untapped are generally better than those that don't. That doesn't mean don't use untapped lands, only that you should only use a few and that you should pick them wisely (such as Bojuka Bog, or cycling lands such as Forgotten Cave).

Furthermore, consider using Animate Dead, Necromancy and Dance of the Dead. These are enchantments that recur creatures, which lets you get around the limitations on Muldrotha of only being able to recur 1 card of the each type. On top of that, if the creature dies, the enchantment goes to the graveyard, which can then be recurred once more. On top of that, each can recur cards from another player's graveyard, which is useful in a pinch.

Finally, since you are in green you really shouldn't use ramp spells that A) don't put permanents directly into play or B) cost more than 3 mana. Realms Uncharted violates the first, and Hour of Promise violates the second. On top that, your deck contains no Desert Lands (such as Desert of the Glorified or Ifnir Deadlands), so you will never get the second part of Hour of Promise, effectively making it a more expensive Explosive Vegetation that isn't limited to basic lands. As multimedia suggested, Crop Rotation and the more costly-but-powerful Harrow are good replacements as Muldrotha can replay the sacrificed land afterwards, which gets around the cost of sacrificing land. Furthermore, Sakura-Tribe Elder is a must-include in Muldrotha decks, as it can become a Rampant Growth on every turn.

multimedia is also correct about cutting the Curse enchantments and Amulet of Vigor. The Curses are situational and limited in power, and Amulet of Vigor does not have enough synergies in the deck to be worth the slot.

Finally, here's a non-exhaustive list of zombies which are (in my opinion) some of the best options in EDH for your colors and why

sergiodelrio on UR Budget Spell Synergy ((feedback appreciated))

2 months ago

Your deck looks quite nice and well balanced regarding the mana curve, the lands and the spell ratio. Well done! One thing you might want to look at are the 1-mana cycling lands, in your case Lonely Sandbar and Forgotten Cave. They're budget and will increase the amount of keepable hands you get and also counter land-flood late game. If you plan on adding them eventually, I'd first look at Lonely Sandbar, as this will give you access to serum visions sometimes and eventually more lands, if you're mana screwed or already on mulligans.

+1 from me!

Rhadamanthus on Hall of Heliod's Generosity + ...

3 months ago

Yes, that works.

In the detailed rules for cycling, discarding the card is part of the cost to activate the ability (see the reminder text on something like Forgotten Cave). The card will already be in the graveyard at the time players are given a chance to respond to the ability before the draw happens.

sergiodelrio on How Many Lands Do I ...

3 months ago

DemonDragonJ gonna tell you a dirty little deckbuilding secret of mine: when you're using more than 20 lands and only play 1-2 colors in Modern (or other formats the cards are legal in), have land 21-2X be 1-mana cycling lands. In this case Forgotten Cave. This smoothens your mana curve by preventing both land screw early game (giving you a bonus T1 play) and late game mana flood. Enjoy ;)

Spell_Slam on He was a kickr boi, she said c u later boi

3 months ago

Great start! You have pretty much all the good kicker cards. I think you could focus a bit more on the secondary theme of Hallar, which is +1/+1 counters. Hallar doesn't care where the counters come from, which means you don't actually need that many Kicker cards to make him deal tons of damage.

Hunger of the Howlpack is a great addition to the deck, being one of the most efficient counter-givers in Pauper.

Elven Rite, New Horizons and Soul's Might are all very efficient ways to get lots of counters on your Commander.

Mutant's Prey and Hunt the Weak are great removal spells for your deck that is chock-full of +1/+1 counters. Feral Contest also isn't bad.

Ivy Lane Denizen is a must have in this deck. You make plenty of tokens, which can either make Hallar massive or simply make your 1/1s into 2/2s, which is an incredible boost.

Longshot Squad gives most of your team reach. Aquastrand Spider also does it for a cost, but can also distribute counters. Spike Colony is a pretty beefy creature that can also give its counters to others. This can make combat very difficult for the opponent on top of all the synergy it gives naturally.

Horned Kavu is extremely useful in this deck, since it can re-buy so many of your ETB triggers for lots of value.

It's so hard to get card advantage in these colours. I would definitely play Entourage of Trest to try to keep up with Blue and Black decks. I also don't leave home without Rolling Thunder and Elven Cache in these colours as cards to catch you up in card advantage. You could also be running up to six cycling lands, namely Tranquil Thicket and Forgotten Cave. In terms of synergy, you could also go for Tishana's Wayfinder and Brazen Buccaneers.

I would also think about adding all the mediocre +1/+1 counter distributers, like Bond Beetle, Kujar Seedsculptor, Ironshell Beetle, Scrounging Bandar, Satyr Grovedancer.

Spell_Slam on Suffering and Smiling: Grixis PDH

3 months ago

I think some improvement could be made in your mana base. You are running the gain lands which is great, but there are other great duels. The bounce lands Dimir Aqueduct, Izzet Boilerworks and Rakdos Carnarium are very powerful because they can allow you to basically have an extra land drop with just one card (makes opening hands more keepable) and it can also let you reuse ETB effect lands. You could also be running Bojuka Bog, which I jam in every Black deck. Terramorphic Expanse and Evolving Wilds are better at fixing your mana than regular dual lands. I also wouldn't mind seeing some cycling lands like Forgotten Cave, Lonely Sandbar and Barren Moor at a minimum. You could be running up to 9 cyclers in your mana base alone.

Almost every single one of your creatures has an ETB. You should really think about including the cheese package of Ghostly Flicker and Displace(and maybe Merchant Scroll). You're already running Archaeomancer and Izzet Chronarch for infinite value loops. You could add even more creatures like them to really take advantage of the engine. Add in Peregrine Drake and Cloud of Faeries and you could be looking at infinite mana and blink effects as a secondary win condition. It's hard not to include this combo when you're playing Blue because it's such a great way to end the game.

In terms of your creatures, I like where it's going. I would swap out Sibsig Icebreakers for Dinrova Horror, who's a massive beater with a great abusable trigger.

I think Death Denied would be a better choice over Stir the Grave or Wander in Death. If you absolutely want a reanimation spell Unearth would probably be a better choice.

I like all your reomval spells except for Terror. Wouldn't Doom Blade be an upgrade, or are you playing against regenerate? You could also run something cool like Jilt instead, or perhaps Edict effects to go along with your board wipes, like Chainer's Edict.

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