Ipnu Rivulet


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Hour of Devastation (HOU) Uncommon

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Ipnu Rivulet

Land — Desert

Tap: Add Colorless to your mana pool.

Tap, Pay 1 life: Add Blue to your mana pool.

1Blue, Tap, Sacrifice a Desert: Target player puts the top four cards of his or her library into his or her graveyard.

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Ipnu Rivulet Discussion

CpT_DiSNeYLaND on Standard Simic Merfolk

2 days ago

@ KaladeshFavorer - Ipnu Rivulet allows some main board mill for W/U Control/Approach of the Second Sun decks by milling them out of the first one they cast.

I also fixed the double post no worries

KaladeshFavorer on Standard Simic Merfolk

2 days ago

I Would Just Replace A Ipnu Rivulet With a Island. The Mill Doesn't Do Anything Here. Sweet Deck.

KaladeshFavorer on Standard Simic Merfolk

2 days ago

I Would Just Replace A Ipnu Rivulet With a Island. The Mill Doesn't Do Anything Here. Sweet Deck.

TheOrakle on U/G(Simic) Rivals of Ixalan Merfolk

1 week ago

Great deck, I really want to play merfolk when RIX comes out! I didn't playtest or anything, but looking at the list, I would take out the Merfolk Branchwalker and Mimic, which is essentially a worse Deeproot Elite, for more protection (Swift Warden) and /or Tempest Caller as a finisher, which would also smooth out your mana-curve. Deeproot Elite is better than Mimic because a) you choose where the counter goes, it doesn't have to be on the creature that entered, b) relevant type outside the battlefield, too (for Silvergill Adept). You could, if it doesn't hurt too much, run playsets of Hashep Oasis and Ipnu Rivulet, which tap for the same mana as Forests and Islands, respectively, but ping you for it, but they have additional effects, and you could also run Unquenchable Thirst with them for removal that would be sided out against Energy decks.

+1, great deck, you see the power in Mist-Cloaked Heralds, love this brew and the idea behind it.

nickd03 on Budget Delver

3 weeks ago

StormCountIs69 Thanks for the feedback, I'm trying to get Shivan Reefs but nobody has them. I'll probably take out the Ipnu Rivulets because of the pain, I just like them because later in the game I can make Enigma Drake bigger with them.

StormCountIs69 on Budget Delver

3 weeks ago

I'd replace the Swiftwater Cliffs with Shivan Reefs, and ditch the Ipnu Rivulets

mhaywood03 on REAL budget standard mill

3 weeks ago

Ok in this kind of deck you need options to slow your opponent and more mill options, I recommend putting in at least 2 Abandoned Sarcophagus to recast your cycling mill spells, with that I would replace Cancel with Countervailing Winds as you would have a fair amount of cards in your graveyard and you can recast it from the sarcophagus. I would put 4 Ipnu Rivulet and 4 Desert of the Mindful to avoid flooding and add extra mill from the rivulet. To add stall to the deck Id add 4 Winds of Rebuke and if you have the money a pair of River's Rebuke if you dont then run the budget alternative Floodwaters which also has cycling. Also consider some Essence Scatters and Censors as some better counter magic.

Violinist on Crafting a Consistent Mill Deck

3 weeks ago

A Handful of Dust

Standard Violinist


It's been actual literal years since I last shuffled a deck, and now I'm trying to get back into the game by brewing up a mill deck, and I'd really appreciate some feedback.

My main concern right now is consistency. Going by test draws and goldfishing I feel like I'm far too often seeing nearly useless opening hands, and periods of multiple turns where I can't do anything, either because mana screw, wrong cards in hand, etc.

I'm still liking the seed concept of it, especially after the addition of Ramunap Excavator. Sacrificing a Dunes of the Dead and then putting it right back feels good. But as it stands the deck feels screwed without an Ipnu Rivulet in or near the opening hand, and I too often look at my hand and wish it was something else.

It's been so long since I wore my homebrew hat I seem to have lost it somewhere. What big mistakes am I making? How can I make the deck more consistent?

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