When Hedonist's Trove enters the battlefield, exile all cards from target opponent's graveyard.
You may play land cards exiled with Hedonist's Trove.
You may cast nonland cards exiled with Hedonist's Trove. You can't cast more than one spell this way each turn.
|Want (2)||Galvain , Name|
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|Commander 2019 (C19)||Rare|
|Dragons of Tarkir (DTK)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Hedonist's Trove occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.0%
Hedonist's Trove Discussion
1 week ago
Mindshrieker could potentially be a big flyer. Patient Rebuilding? Hedonist's Trove? Chancellor of the Spires? Mind Sculpt? Leyline of the Void so everything milled is exiled instead. Ashen Powder and Extract from Darkness are always fun in my mill deck.
Then there's always the Persistent Petitioners route...
1 month ago
Decree of Annihilation :) Anafenza, the Foremost, Klothys, God of Destiny, Ghastly Conscription, Hedonist's Trove, Rest in Peace, Scavenging Ooze, Jund Charm, Planar Void, Kaya's Guile, Primal Command
2 months ago
Can we make a viable Pioneer deck that takes advantage of a big fat Hedonist's Trove ? Let’s try so I can take it to my LGS and see how it does.
First things first: my local meta consists of RBu midrange, RU Thing in the Ice Flip, RDW, Black Devotion, Gruul Aggro, White Weenies, Dredge, Lotus Field, and we have a guy that brings whatever was on top the previous week.
This clearly needs to be some type of control deck. I would prefer to stay away from mill, as it is less competitive, but do we have enough good control cards to fill a graveyard so we can slam down Trove in turn 7?
If this isn’t competitive viable, please let’s just make a fun deck and see what happens.
I am thinking we need a lot of removal and board wipes. We can go in the direction of burn or straight up kill.
What can we play?
2 months ago
Magnanimous, you are right about that. One thing that intrigues me, though, is the idea of feeding a Hedonist's Trove . Is there a more efficient card that lets me pitch stuff to my opponent’s graveyard, that can also be used as utility in an Esper control shell?
Trove is a great target for my Jace, Architect of Thought , and I get to snag something fun from opponent, too.
7 months ago
Cards I am thinking of removing
7 months ago
I don't really see the point of the +1/+1 subtheme here. I think more flicker effects could be better instead. Think cards like Conjurer's Closet , Deadeye Navigator , Displace , Essence Flux , Ghostly Flicker , Illusionist's Stratagem , Teferi's Time Twist , Voidwalk . Heck, even Identity Thief kinda fits this bill. Otherwise, just add more ETB effects. I notice there's no Coiling Oracle in here and I'm pretty shocked. Maybe some more removal would be prudent. Putrefy at the very least, more (3-5 instant speed removal spells) is probably better.
So cards I think are worth cutting are most things that have to do w/ +1/+1 counters. Winding Constrictor Skatewing Spy , Ivy Lane Denizen , Bred for the Hunt , Hardened Scales , potentially Evolution Sage . There's a few other counters cards that could be considered for cuts but have enough synergy with the rest of the deck to be fine. I'd also think about cutting down on the token subtheme as well. I don't see Verdant Force being that helpful. There's not enough cards that trigger on "whenever a creature ETB" in here for tokens to be really worth it, I think. Speaking of cards that trigger "when creature ETB" I don't really like Death Match or Season of Growth (or for that matter Hedonist's Trove ) in here. These cards don't really do enough for you or let your opponents do something bad to you, potentially. Once again, I'd look to put in more ETB effects or I'd look to add in a few instants and sorceries that do things you want to do in any deck (removal, board wipe, card draw, ramp, tutors, etc.)
Overall, this deck looks really fun. I hope to play against it someday.
1 year ago
Awesome deck, Damia is one of my favorite commanders. I specifically bought her in spanish because I feel like she just belongs in a south american temple deep in the jungle. I've been thinking about making my Damia deck less of a power deck and more flavorful and this has definitely given me some ideas. So here are some suggestions: Hedonist's Trove Gaze of the Gorgon (surprised that it wasn't already included) Mystic Snake Molting Snakeskin Also, just to remove some of the non-flavorful spots maybe you could add in some other cool looking half-beast creatures like Nighthowler that represent the children of Echidna (while she wasn't a gorgon she was depicted as being half-snake)
1 year ago
To start, I'll work on the manabase. Temple of the False God and Darksteel Ingot should be dropped immediately, with Talisman of Indulgence and Mind Stone as nearly direct upgrades in this specific deck. I would also drop Rogue's Passage, Dismal Backwater, a single Swamp, and Dimir Aqueduct for Darkwater Catacombs, River of Tears, Fetid Pools, and Underground River.
This should smothen your draws and manabase, giving you your colors faster and more efficiently, for a small cost. Other cards I would drop outside the manabase would be Grisly Spectacle, Balustrade Spy, In Bolas's Clutches, Hedonist's Trove, Psychic Strike, Fated Return, Keening Stone, Mindcrank, Trepanation Blade, Riddlekeeper, Dreadwaters, Increasing Confusion, Paranoid Delusions, Psychic Drain, and Traumatize, many of these 15 cards are simply overcosted or only affect one player, and don't do enough.
Cards I would run instead would be Animate Dead, Ink-Eyes, Servant of Oni, Phenax, God of Deception, Mesmeric Orb, Szadek, Lord of Secrets, Counterspell, Brainstorm, Ponder, Stroke of Genius, Prismatic Lens, Jace, Memory Adept, Dreamborn Muse, Thought Scour, Dimir Charm, Whispering Madness