Grixis Panorama


Format Legality
Vintage Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Modern Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Pauper Legal

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Commander 2013 Common
Shards of Alara Common

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Grixis Panorama


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Grixis Panorama Discussion

Ghosty on Black Vamp Burn

2 months ago

some suggestions about lands for this deck

Firebones675 on Demonic Destruction

2 months ago

Looks pretty good! You already have cards from most of the categories of cards I like to suggest.

You do have a significant amount of high cmc cards which probably warrents a few more ramp spells. In some cases you can even use them to get additional landfall triggers like Sword of the Animist, Solemn Simulacrum or Burnished Hart. Normal ramp cards like Thran Dynamo, Dreamstone Hedron, or Hedron Archive also work.

Also i'd look at the lands a bit. Ob doesnt care if you cast the lands from your hand or if they are swamps. As a result land cards that find you a land from your library give you 2 landfall triggers. Here are some examples:

Evolving Wilds, Terramorphic Expanse, Thawing Glaciers, Myriad Landscape, Grixis Panorama, Esper Panorama, Jund Panorama, Rocky Tar Pit, Bad River, Polluted Delta, Bloodstained Mire, Verdant Catacombs, Marsh Flats. If you have enough lands in the deck that sacrifice themselves, Crucible of Worlds gets a lot of value.

Other options to consider are Journeyer's Kite and Storm Cauldron

Diakaine on My very first commander

3 months ago

the other Isperia, Supreme Judge ( or Bruna, Light of Alabaster if you really like a voltron enchantment build) is better. she'll give you card advantage, which pulls you ahead. then replace most of the lands with basics, running more basic lands will help you more then Phyrexia's Core with no artifacts or Grixis Panorama in blue white, basics are the way to go. Ruination and Back to Basics are somewhat common in EDH. It also seems like your deck is trying to different side is control, the other is creatures, and the other is voltron. try to get down to 2 ( like voltron and control) somewhat budget cards at about $2.50 each are Ghostly Prison Propaganda and Sphere of Safety ( these cards work well with an enchantment voltron type deck) higher quality creature is also important. Archon of the Triumvirate Blazing Archon Angelic Arbiter Sun Titan Resolute Archangel Lavinia of the Tenth Daxos of Meletis Angel of Serenity Medomai the Ageless Sunblast Angel Stonehorn Dignitary Angelic Skirmisher Frost Titan Auramancer Monk Idealist Sram, Senior Edificer. then with control Curse of the Swine, Reality Shift Render Silent Stubborn Denial Arcane Denial AEtherize Judge's Familiar Rewind Swords to Plowshares Detention Sphere Oblivion Ring Journey to Nowhere board wipes are kinda expensive so idealy its Wrath of God but on a budget Day of Judgment Planar Cleansing and if youre going for a heavier enchantment build then Winds of Rath will put you far ahead. card advantage Blue Sun's Zenith Brainstorm Preordain Ponder Mind Spring Stroke of Genius Think Twice and enchantments Righteous Authority Ethereal Armor Vow of Flight Vow of Duty Gift of Immortality Spectra Ward Favorable Winds Gravitational Shift Blind Obedience tokens and valueSigil of the Empty Throne Ajani's Chosen Decree of Justice tutors Plea for Guidance Three Dreams and lastly mana rocks are very good at ramping your mana, which is important for being ahead in the game and not falling behind. Azorius Signet Azorius Cluestone Fellwar Stone Coldsteel Heart Darksteel Ingot Mind Stone Worn Powerstone Commander's Sphere and very important is a Sol Ring! i hope this helps you a lot, i tried to stay with in a below $2 for every card and about 98% are within that budget. and i wish you the best of luck playing commander!

JohnnyCRO on Mizzix' Spellbook

4 months ago


Where's your Sol Ring? Also consider adding more mana rocks, especially ones that gove you colored mana, like Gilded Lotus for example. Mizzix loves some extra colored mana earlier and can utilize it pretty well. That Fabricate won't get you far if you don't level up your artifact game. I'm not talking Mana crypt here, but few basic things like mentioned Sol ring and Gilded lotus should help a lot.

Reiterate is Mizzix staple and I know no reason why it shouldn't be included in it since it allows for massice plays and loops. You should also add Seething Song/Pyretic Ritual to combo off into infinite mana with those (so Comet Storm becomes win condition...).

Disallow is strictly better than Cancel. Counterspell would be nice. Convolute is neat, but gets insuficient too soon. Same for Mana Leak; in commander things get big. And in singleton format odds of opening with one of these are slim, while they're extremely poor topdecks late game..

Counters I'm using and you're not, just to give you some inspiration; Disallow (control toolbox, what's not to like?), Fuel for the Cause (counter with proliferate you say...), Hinder (to permanently get rid of commanders or to even further slow down a deck that's low on draw as it is), Rewind (borderline broken with Mizzix on field), Insidious Will (not the best counter out there, but it can do multiple neat things). And 1 Riptide Laboratory; it functions like a counter and is repeatable.

Vivid lands are useless in 2-color decks because they're basically worse guildgates. Add City of Brass and Mana Confluence. Also Grixis Panorama is a neat budget fetchland in here. Reflecting Pool and Shimmering Grotto are sub-par manafixing, but do their job, while Wandering Fumarole is strictly better than any of the vivid lands in here.

These are just ideas, goof around and play whatever you like, but since you can afford Cryptic Command and Jace, the Mind Sculptor, I'd be happy to see you put some real effort into making such deck a beast.

If you'd like, you can check out my Mizzix deck which is currently under construction just to get more ideas: Mizzix and 99 other reasons to hate me 3.0.

Gl and hf! :)

Grind on Kaervek Crusher of Dreams

4 months ago

Cool deck, kaerveck is awesome!
You could consider Glistening Oil over Phyresis.
Price of Glory over Citadel of Pain as it provides a harsher penalty to those pesky blue mages who want to counter spells.
finally i've never played Price of Knowledge but it seems very slow. another 7drop: resolving Repay in Kind at the right time, with kaerveck on the field, can mean game.
also check out Hanweir Battlements over Grixis Panorama. if you happen to have exquisite blood out, and then you cast heartless hidetsugu and give him haste - then get ready to gain a ton of life. haste can be crucial.

JohnnyCRO on U/B Mill

5 months ago

You'd need more repeatable mill effects rather than single-time mills.

Sphinx's Tutelage and Hedron Crab could be foundation of a fun mill deck that wouldn't cost you much. Ashiok is very nice, but getting 2-3 of him might be hard.

Now some cheap draw to fuel Tutelage

And more control

You want to get some dual lands. They don't have to be expensive ones to be good. Choked Estuary, Sunken Hollow, Drowned Catacomb, Temple of Deceit...

And some fetching would be nice; Evolving Wilds, Grixis Panorama...

Cards I would suggest moving out:

1x Jace, Vryn's Prodigy  Flip - very expensive. If you have one, keep it in case you want tomake a serious deck with him later on, but don't get it otherwise.

1x Mirko vosk - 5cc thing that essentially does nothing on entering the field? Not my thing.

2x Wall of frost - same

4x Twincast - useful ony if you already have useful cards in hand

1x Jace, Memory Adept - 5$ can be spent for another Ashiok


If you and your friends are into fun, check out commander format. It's loads of fun, often cheaper than standard or modern and deckbuilding rules promote flavorful and thematic decks. I hope this was helpful.

Omeros on who said this would be fair?

5 months ago

Lands you definitely should replace: Azorius Chancery, Transguild Promenade, Rakdos Carnarium, Dimir Aqueduct, Rupture Spire.

Budget-friendly replacements for them: City of Brass, Mana Confluence, Esper Panorama, Grixis Panorama, Grand Coliseum.

Better replacements for those five and several other lands on your list: all ten fetchlands from Khans and Zendikar and the six non-green Ravnica shocklands. Still run Mana Confluence and City of Brass here, though. Color fixing is too important.

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