|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Iconic Masters (IMA)||Rare|
|From the Vault: Realms (V12)||Mythic Rare|
|Future Sight (FUT)||Rare|
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Grove of the Burnwillows
Tap: Add (1) to your mana pool.
Tap: Add (Red) or (Green) to your mana pool. Each opponent gains 1 life.
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Grove of the Burnwillows Discussion
1 week ago
Great deck love the concept some cards I would consider running are The Gitrog Monster for card advantage, Ramunap Excavator extra crucible effect, and Knight of the Reliquary as a land tutor on a stick. Maybe the Grove of the Burnwillows+Punishing Fire combo.
2 weeks ago
Okay. tends to me the most aggressive Tron deck in that it typically runs more tutor and dig spells to reliably hit their tron lands on turn 3-4 to cast Karn Liberated. Most lists I see run 3-4x Karn Liberated, and 1-2 Ugin, the Spirit Dragon. All the lists I saw ran 4x Ancient Stirrings, 4x Chromatic Star, 4x Chromatic Sphere, and 4x Expedition Map. In addition, all but 1 list ran 4x Sylvan Scrying, and 1 list also ran 4x Prophetic Prism. Another list yet ran 4x Relic of Progenitus. Land totals seemed to vary between 18 and 21. the land of choice was typically Grove of the Burnwillows or some Karplusan Forests. These lands are especially good if you want to run any number of Sundering Titan. For control, every list ran at 3-4x Oblivion Stone. In addition, most lists then ran either 3x Kozilek's Return or Firespout. For creatures, I saw a lot of Wurmcoil Engine, Worldbreaker, Walking Ballista, and Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger. Although, you can honestly run pretty much any Eldrazi titan. I personally really like Kozilek, the Great Distortion in Tron as it gives the deck access counter spells -- something that otherwise does not have. It also refills your hand -- which is almost never a bad thing. I did also see 1 list with Thought-Knot Seer, which might not be a bad include as it gives you the ability to take a peek at your opponent's hand. It also survives all the board wipes except for graveyard trigger on Kozilek's Return.
3 weeks ago
My guess is that they were expensive, but now they are cheap after Iconic Masters, think they're worth picking up now?
1 month ago
I really don't see that much potential in giving the opponent life.
1 month ago
I just got a bunch of iconic masters stuff and put it into my binder and am looking to trade away some of it for some of the expensive wants in my binder. Some notables are Mana Drain, Thoughtseize, Thoughtseize, Cryptic Command, Glimpse the Unthinkable, Magus of the Moon, Primeval Titan, Grove of the Burnwillows and Knight of the Reliquary.
2 months ago
Would really love to get a foil, but just in general, trying to find a mana drain.
Trades from IMA that are not yet listed:
2 months ago
2 months ago
...FOR NON BUDGET
While these are more expensive, they are the better kinds of mana fixing you can find for EDH
Alpha Duals are another consideration but they are over 100$ a piece, outside of most peoples budget. Same goes for Gaea's Cradle.
Lastly, some of these are cheap and some are not, but every EDH deck should have some utility lands like the ones you have in Rogues Passage and Kher Keep. Some other ones are-
Barren Moor and other mono colored cycle lands
Raging Ravine and other creature lands