At the beginning of your upkeep, if you control three or more artifacts, you gain 1 life.
: Add to your mana pool.
, , Sacrifice Inventor's Fair: Search your library for an artifact card, reveal it, put it into your hand, then shuffle your library. Activate this ability only if you control three or more artifacts.
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Inventors' Fair Discussion
5 hours ago
Not really sure what format(if any) you're going for or what exactly you're deck is trying do. I've been a big fan of artifact decks for along time. Here are a few cards that I think are outstanding.
Arcbound Ravager Master of EtheriumCranial Plating Thoughtcast Bomat Courier Etherium SculptorWhir of Invention Chief EngineerMetalworker Grand ArchitectHangarback Walker Walking Ballista Tezzeret, Agent of Bolas Ensoul Artifact Vault Skirge Signal Pest
I also think that Reliquary Tower count could be cut down 4 seems excessive, maybe more Inventors' Fair 3 at most since it's legendary, I also really like using Tomb of the Spirit Dragon, Blinkmoth Nexus and Inkmoth Nexus and pretty tough to. Lastly the Artifact lands Darksteel Citadel Seat of the Synod Vault of Whispers Tree of Tales Ancient Den Great Furnace
The artifact lands with exception of Darksteel Citadel are banned in Modern and Standard.
I've been working on an unconventional artifact deck recently you can check it out here Wrath of the Machines
RunicFrank on Breya
10 hours ago
16 hours ago
MrTristan19 Thank you for your thoughts! I totally agree about the 4 drops and will make the appropriate changes. I have a playset of Inventors' Fairs and will take a second look at the landbase after playing around with the deck for a bit. I also really love this archetype, and appreciate the thought you put into your comment. I'll probably update the deck list soon!
20 hours ago
Thanks for stopping by, CastleSiege.
I can understand where you are coming from with the Panorama lands as I don't particularly like the concept of paying out to sac either. Strangely enough, in real-world, this has not been an issue (yet).
I do like your inclusion of Buried Ruin and Inventors' Fair to tutor for Crucible of Worlds. I am considering those adds, but as you have also mentioned, the "Magus of the Crucible" (Ramunap Excavator), has me considering alternative strategy (or just including in addition to).
Now, as far as the Food Chain combo goes, while it does always generate above the casting cost of Titania, Protector of Argoth, the combo itself is geared towards the generation of 5/3 Green Elemental tokens ad infinitum -- not infinite creature mana. That said, it has proven to be a rather gnarly combo.
I went back and forth on Concordant Crossroads -- I am not the biggest fan of the symmetrical effect, but it is a one-drop. I own Akroma's Memorial, but its high-cost originally held me back from adding it to this deck. I am likely going to add at both, but now it is about finding out what to cut.
I actually just scored a foil Nissa, Vital Force earlier this week and was looking to incorporate her. Garruk Wildspeaker looks to be capable of some rather absurd stuff in this deck, which makes it hard to pass up. I plan to add both, but it all boils down on what I should cut to replace them.
Speaking of cutting, I am planning on taking out Birthing Pod and possible some other creature-based tutors, being that, short of winning conditions, I do not really have that many creatures I normally tutor for. I plan on keeping Tooth and Nail, Green Sun's Zenith, and Chord of Calling though, possibly Worldly Tutor as well (though 'reveals' tend to hurt me late-game).
You have brought up a god point about Primal Vigor being symmetrical in effect radius; I honestly overlooked that piece and thought it was a Doubling Season clone. Knowing that, I am more than inclined to agree with you -- does not merit an inclusion.
When it comes to Three Visits and Nature's Lore over Cultivate and Kodama's Reach, I think the trade-off would be worth it, but may require some real-world experimentation on your end. The fact that it does not come into play tapped means a fair amount to me -- I am not fond of losing my momentum.
I would agree that Natural Affinity is likely niche in terms of when it is going to be actually used. The only reason it is staying around is because my meta is pretty heavy on wrath effects and honestly...because I would like to pull it off at least once. Hahaha
1 day ago
Hey, glad you liked my list. Thanks for referencing me, Daedalus19876.
My deck focuses heavily around Titania herself, so being able to get her out ASAP is really important. Personally, I don't like the Panorama lands because it costs mana to sacrifice them. Instead, I choose utility lands that synergise well with the essential cards in the deck. For example, I don't run many artifacts, but the ones I do run are critical to the strategy. Being able to recur them with Buried Ruin is important. I also run Inventors' Fair despite not having many artifacts to turn it on. Being able to tutor for Crucible of Worlds is that important. To assist with activating Inventors' Fair I added Tireless Tracker. The nature of the deck benefits the Tracker greatly and the clue tokens it generates not only grant me essential card draw, but also activate the Fair. Although, I might be making some changes to that substrategy soon with the more easily tutorable Ramunap Excavator.
The infinite mana combo with Food Chain is cute, but the deck should be able to generate immense amounts of mana without it (especially if you have Gaea's Cradle) and I don't see any way for you to abuse the infinite mana.
I'd also definitely recommend Garruk Wildspeaker and Nissa, Vital Force. They are by far the two best planeswalkers for a mono green deck. Garruk with Cradle + Deserted Temple or any combination of them or/with Lotus Vale/Scorched Ruins is disgusting. Nissa is also everything a mono green deck wants: ramp, recursion, and card draw. If my opponents aren't able to stop me from ulting her there is a strong chance that I win that game.
The only creature tutors I use are Green Sun's Zenith (tutor for Dryad Arbor turn 1, puts the creature directly into play, and it shuffles back into the deck), Chord of Calling (instant speed, puts it directly into play), and Tooth and Nail (it's a win con, duh).
I like Parallel Lives and Doubling Season. I opt to not use Primal Vigor because it helps my opponents and I don't think the effect is powerful enough to warrant more than 2 card slots for extra consistency. Doubling Season is also worth the 1 extra mana on the chance of playing one of my two planeswalkers while it's in play. Getting that Nissa ultimate is extremely powerful.
I'm also not a fan of mana dorks in EDH unless it's an elf tribal deck that can make use of them outside of "tap add a mana," so I wouldn't run BOP.
I am thinking of replacing Cultivate and Kodama's Reach with Three Visits and Nature's Lore though. I haven't decided if the one less mana is worth it for also getting one less land (granted it comes into play untapped). With so many ways to play extra lands in my build, I haven't had a problem with the 3 cost ramp spells yet.
1 day ago
I would swap out the Pia's Revolution and the Izzet Charms for a full playset of Serum Visions. You're in blue in modern, these are a necessity for fixing draws. I would also drop the favorable winds to round out the Chief of the Foundrys. You may want to eventually upgrade him into a play set of Master of Etherium at some point. I would also bump up Thopter Engineer to a full playset, and reduce your number of 4-drops. While Padeem does protect your thopters, your best permanents are creatures (Lords) and an enchantment, so I don't think she does as much as you think she does. If your thopters are dying, it'll often be via mass boardwipe such as Supreme Verdict. I would switch out her for Pia Nalaar, who has better combat abilities and is cheaper. I think the only 4 drops you should keep are full playset of Spy network and 3 of Pia and Kiran. You may also want to add a second Tezzeret the Seeker for consistency. You can also gradually upgrade the landbase with time, although I would either recommend Darksteel Citadel for artifact synergies or Inventors' Fair for stabilizing. Your sideboard is also up to you, but you can invest into some control pieces (Anger of the Gods, Vapor Snag) if you are getting overwhelmed. This is also where I'd put Whirler Rogue in match ups where they have lots of fliers too. I absolutely love this archetype, so these are my thoughts!
2 days ago
Masterwork of Ingenuity
Neglected Heirloom Flip
Nahiri, the Lithomancer
4 days ago
I think you have enough artifacts here that you could easily run more Inventors' Fair. It might also be worth it to cut Animation Module for one more of each Decoction Module and Fabrication Module. These may, of course, raise the budget outside of what you intended or include cards you don't currently have. All in all, I like where this is going (I love decks centered around artifacts).