Heartbeat of Spring
Whenever a player taps a land for mana, that player adds one mana to his or her mana pool of any type that land produced.
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|Champions of Kamigawa (CHK)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Heartbeat of Spring occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%
Heartbeat of Spring Discussion
4 weeks ago
Surprised I haven't seen Rhystic Study mentioned already or that Rhystic was a theme in Prophecy experimenting with getting an effect cheaply or repeatably at the expense of giving your opponent a simple countermeasure of a mana tax.
I first experienced MtG in the Onslaught block, but I was too young and English is not my mother tongue, so I quickly dipped out again, having only gotten a handful of booster packs (although I kept them, including a Polluted Delta ). I came back and found new joy during the Lorwyn mini-blocks and stuck to it afterwards, but mainly as a casual player.
I have no relationship with Masques as a block and only know pieces of the sets. As such I'm largely indifferent to the set as constructed goes, but there definitely are quite a few gems between the cards. As a block, I'd say Kamigawa is more forgettable for me, as there are very few cards from that block that I have seen used in other formats - both Extended (predecessor of Modern) and in EDH/Commander. And that said even knowing that Sakura-Tribe Elder , Kodama's Reach , Sensei's Divining Top , Azusa, Lost but Seeking , Azami, Lady of Scrolls , Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker and Umezawa's Jitte were all from Kamigawa. I just don't associate Kamigawa with most of these cards.
Huh, Ghostly Prison , Gifts Ungiven , Glimpse of Nature , Heartbeat of Spring , Nature's Will , Pithing Needle , Time Stop and Tomorrow, Azami's Familiar are likewise from Kamigawa. That block really didn't stick much with me. But that's actually a substantial amount of cards used in multiple formats. I guess I just never associated them with their original printing block.
Anyway, Masques have a few interesting utility choices and I don't consider it the worst block/set. The gems are mostly utility though and not power houses nor build-arounds.
1 month ago
Hey, cool deck! I loke so much the group hug decks, but I loved this one when I saw the ice-cream machine ( Timesifter ), and also I have here some suggestions:
Curse of Verbosity , Curse of Disturbance and Curse of Opulence : I can't imagine any group hug without these cards. The idea is simple: you attach this to the most advantaged player to help the others, and also you get advantage. Also I saw that you play Curiosity , Keen Sense and Ophidian Eye ; and Curse of Verbosity seems a better option than Ophidian Eye .
I hope this helped you!
2 months ago
4 months ago
I would suggest trying out an elf package and Quest for Renewal . Also, Nissa, Who Shakes the World . Mana Reflection , Heartbeat of Spring , Dictate of Karametra and Doubling Cube are also somethings to take a look into. Gauntlet of Power , Caged Sun and Extraplanar Lens may also do you some good. It's all dependent on your meta but you're always gunna want good effececient mana doubles with this commander.
4 months ago
6 months ago
Prime Speaker Vannifar can grab Spellseeker at X=3 to fetch High Tide from the command zone. Any creatures you add in the deck can serve as toolbox answers/support for your high tide. Rashmi does seem like the best choice overall though, that card advantage will keep you going!
Also, some slept on cards for high tide that you may find interesting regardless of what commander you choose Early Harvest Bond of Insight Turnabout Heartbeat of Spring Flood of Recollection Mission Briefing
7 months ago
Having 2 Heartbeat of Spring on the battlefield means you get 3 mana of 1 land or it doesnt stack that way? Loving this deck btw, looks fun and solid!
7 months ago
about death by karona, absolutely it happens if you aren't careful lol. i usually only play karona if i'm basically doing nothing in the game, or have a way to make her not attack me.
as for the extreme group hug and letting people cheat things out ( Braids, Conjurer Adept , Boldwyr Heavyweights , Hunted Wumpus , etc.) i think those could be a lot of fun and bring a bunch of chaos to the table. with this list, though, i kinda like the game going a bit slower and not exploding things too much. however, it would definitely be worth a try if you were planning on building a version of this deck yourself. i'd also recommend trying out the global ramp cards ( Mana Flare , Heartbeat of Spring , Dictate of Karametra etc.) if you were going that route