Inspiring Vantage


Format Legality
Standard Legal
Frontier Legal
Modern Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Vintage Legal
Legacy Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Set Rarity
Kaladesh Rare

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Inspiring Vantage


Inspiring Vantage enters the battlefield tapped unless you control two or fewer other lands.

: Add R or w to your mana pool.

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Inspiring Vantage Discussion

Taliesin32 on Big Servos

3 days ago

Thanks for the suggestions!

I really like the idea of Cryptolith Rite! I hadn't thought of that one. It will have to change back come rotation though, but could work for now.

I believe that Khenra Charioteer is worth splashing red for based on its effect, and I can cast it off of Sram's Expertise if needed. I may not even need any red basics given that I have Spire of Industry, Inspiring Vantage, Cryptolith Rite and Sram's Expertise

I haven't put much thought into the sideboard yet, as this hasn't been built yet and the sideboard with reflect my local meta. However I do agree that some main board removal is needed.

Thanks for the comment, I will make some changes soon!

puetypoo on

5 days ago

I would say drop the Evolving Wilds and add Inspiring Vantage. As far as the sideboard, maybe try to get some removal seeing as all you have is Magma Spray. Board wipes for agro and exile permanent or destroy artifact for vehicles and aetherworks marvel

KuraiU on U/R Kefnet Control

1 week ago

Inspiring Vantage as sideboard with your castouts maybe?

bushido_man96 on Bad Luck Brion

1 week ago

There are plenty of budget dual lands you can go with to improve your mana base: Boros Guildgate, Stone Quarry, Wind-Scarred Crag, and Boros Garrison are all common or uncommon, and cheap enough to add to the deck without breaking a budget. City of Brass is a popular staple for multicolor decks, and isn't too costly. Inspiring Vantage, Needle Spires, Ancient Amphitheater, Battlefield Forge, and Temple of Triumph all come in at well under $5 a piece, and most under $2. All would help you improve and balance out your mana base.

Memphismaymagic5 on Curse of drawing

2 weeks ago

To make this competitive, I would add some of the following cards:


Spells (you need to be able to control the board better, things like Pacifism are not really good in the modern format):

2gherkins on Puresteel Storm (MDN)

3 weeks ago


The 2nd Noxious Revival is graveyard hate. It helps me and it gets rid of my opponents graveyard reanimate targets. I took out Echoing Truth to make room for a second path.

I think I might cut Inspiring Vantage now that I have no mainboatd Goblin Gaveleer. Seems reasonable. However, cutting even the one land makes me nervous - I don't think I want to run too many more fetches. Maybe one more... maybe.

GeminiSpartanX on Puresteel Storm (MDN)

3 weeks ago

I've found that 15 lands is often enough. I would cut either the basic island, Inspiring Vantage, Sacred Foundry, or the 3rd Hallowed Fountain. I've rarely needed to cast Grapeshot using a non-opal mana source, so the extra red source isn't necessary even against Blood Moon decks since that's the most common form of mana denial in modern (aside from maybe Ghost Quarter but we don't mind thinning our deck of lands :). Ideally you would cut all 4 of the lands I mentioned above in favor of 3 more white fetchlands since this is the rare type of deck where thinning makes a noticeable difference. I would also try to make room in your SB for a 2nd Path, cutting either the 2nd hurkyl's or the 2nd Noxious Revival (I'm not sure in what matchups you're planning to side in the 2nd revival).

Bissin on Budget R/W Vehicles Aggro

3 weeks ago

Yea I just don't have enough copies of each to make running them at the moment worthwhile, however I did want Inspiring Vantage because it is quicker, I'm think of leaving 3Stone Quarry just to help with getting the colors I need, even if it is not the quickest card.

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