Land — Plains Island
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Irrigated Farmland enters the battlefield tapped.
Cycling (, Discard this card: Draw a card.)
|Have (2)||metalmagic ,|
|Want (2)||GARlockSpiral , kingcraig|
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|Commander 2020 (C20)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Irrigated Farmland occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.05%
WU (Azorius): 1.83%
WUB (Esper): 0.42%
GWU (Bant): 0.65%
Irrigated Farmland Discussion
5 days ago
Hey there! No problem, and you have definitely come to the right place! Here are some types of lands that I personally think should have a spot in every deck, and some multi-colored lands that work anywhere and everywhere! I hope this helps you throughout your journey in the world of magic.
Types of Lands:
- These lands say when [cardname] enters the battlefield you either take two, or have it enter tapped, which I am sure you are familiar with.
- These are lands that say, [cardname] enters the battlefield tapped unless you control a [land type] or [land type]. These aren't always that good in my opinion, but if you need a cheaper option they are MUCH better than guildgates, etc.
- Similar to the signets, these lands can be extremely useful when you have one color, and need the other. They are also a lot cheaper as they just got reprinted in Double Masters
- Some of my personal favorites, these lands can be untapped unless you have 4+ lands, and are very helpful at the start of the game
- These are by far some of the best, as you always know you can get mana from them, without worrying they might be tapped, or untapped, or something like that.
- The better version of pain lands- but they are not printed in every color combination. However when you can, cut your pain lands for these!
- There are also the beloved fetch lands, which can even search for shock lands, proving to be very useful in many situations!
- These are EXTREMELY useful if you have multiple opponents, as they come at no extra cost. However like the Horizon lands, they are not available in every color.
- Sea of Clouds, Morphic Pool, Luxury Suite, Spire Garden, Bountiful Promenade
These dual lands are some of the best, and my favorites, though there are many more people enjoy playing, such as bounce ladnds (Dimir Aqueduct), Battle Lands (Sunken Hollow), Reveal Lands, (Port Town), Cycle Lands (Irrigated Farmland), Storage Lands (Calciform Pools) and many others, but usually you don't have this many spaces in your deck, and so the ones I named first are usually better. However, I'm not done! There are many multicolor lands that fit in any deck, that are extremely powerful! Some of them are listed below.
- City of Brass
- Mana Confluence
- Prismatic Vista
- Fabled Passage
- Ancient Tomb
- Exotic Orchard
- Command Tower
- Forbidden Orchard
- Gemstone Mine
- Gemstone Caverns
- Command Tower
- Maze of Ith
- Strip Mine
- Tarnished Citadel
Etc. There are many more like this but as before, the ones above are definitely the best, and most of them deserve a spot in every deck! Some specific deck themes have their own versions of these lands, like for Artifact decks you might play Glimmervoid and for Creature decks you might play Ancient Ziggurat. Usually, when I deckbuild i go to EDHREC, which has amazing suggestions and synergies for EVERY commander, and even for specific archetypes and colors- lands among them! For these speciifc themes you can find the lands you need there (along with many other cards too) but everything I named above I recommend playing in the meantime! I hope this helps you in your future decks, thanks for reaching out, good luck, and have a great day!
1 week ago
2 weeks ago
Looking into doing some weird thing with my manabase, going possibly basic free, using 8/10 of the Ravnica Guild bounce lands, switching my basic land cyclers into the Alara Reborn land type cyclers cycle (like Pale Recluse). The bounce lands would let me keep fewer lands while keeping a normal mana/turn, and bounce the cycling lands back to my hand to cycle out.
3 months ago
Great list you've got going. I love the spell-slinging for value approach you've taken. I have a couple budget additions for you if you like.
Also, you don't have a lot of alternative ramp cards like Dockside Extortionist and Smothering Tithe. If you're on a budget, I suggest putting in the Talismans and pulling Myriad Landscape as its just too slow. Also, Migratory Route cycles to color fix you, but it only gets a basic and is practically unplayable. If you're going to keep a landcycler in, I suggest Sanctum Plowbeast. Granted, it's not exactly playable either, but it cycles for a "Plains" or an "Island", so you can go grab a basic or your Irrigated Farmland or your Prairie Stream or your Raugrin Triome, or any other fetchables that you end up putting in the deck. You might also consider putting in something to slow your opponents down like Kismet or Frozen Aether.
Seriously consider keeping Curator of Mysteries in for top deck filtering when you cycle. You could put Crystal Ball in instead, but Curator works with the cycling theme. We all would love to stick Sensei's Divining Top in our decks, but $$$$. Also, if you have Decree of Silence, put it in. At it's floor, it's a free counterspell with Gavi or New Perspectives, and at its ceiling, it eats your opponents next three spells.
I also suggest Hall of Heliod's Generosity to put Decree or Astral Drift or any of your other enchantments back on top of your library. If you're gonna run Akroma's Vengeance and Dismantling Wave, you should have a way to get your enchantments back.
Savai Thundermane isn't necessarily cost effective. I would suggest pulling it for the new Drannith Stinger. Ping ALL of your opponents for free when you cycle, rather than paying two to hit one target. If you're worried about targeted removal, don't forget you have Lightning Rift which does the same thing as Savai for one less mana and is much less likely to be hit by a wrath.
Have you play tested this yet? I've always found both Niv-Mizzets prohibitive in casting. Brallin, Skyshark Rider Flip and Glint-Horn Buccaneer work very similarly with Curiosity and Ophidian Eye, are far less prohibitive to cast, and with how fast this deck draws, you should have no problem getting to 8 cards.
Let me know your thoughts!
4 months ago
Hi. I always like budget list because I tend to have a lot of decks.
Some suggestions for cost reduction:
- Sejiri Refuge for Irrigated Farmland
- Mistmeadow Witch for Deadeye Navigator
- Sky Diamond and Marble Diamond for Sol Ring and Azorius Signet
- Mask of Avacyn for Swiftfoot Boots
I know that some of the cards are really a good deal worse. In how far this is still bearable for the deck you have to decide ;-)
4 months ago
Hey, cards to consider cutting to make 100:
- Temple of the False God
- Inspired Charge
- Brave the Sands
- Obelisk of Esper
- Vanquisher's Banner
- True Conviction
- Thassa's Intervention
- Power Sink
- Sphinx's Revelation
- Finale of Revelation
- Torment of Hailfire
- Sphinx Sovereign
Most high even CMC cards that are not a Sphinx could be cut because you can't cheat them with Yennett. Spells with X in their casting cost can't be cast with Yennett's ability because most are even and X=0. For this reason I would cut the X spells.
Budget lands to consider adding:
- Castle Vantress: repeatable scry 2 on a land.
- Exotic Orchard
- Ash Barrens
- Mystic Sanctuary
- Caves of Koilos
- Irrigated Farmland
Lands to consider cutting:
- Azorius Guildgate
- Dimir Guildgate
- Orzhov Guildgate
- 3x Island
Soothsaying is repeatable way to arrange a lot of cards on top of your library. It's been reprinted in the Mystery Booster set, it's currently $3, but it's price will continue to drop as more product is opened. It's the best card to consider adding.
Aminatou, the Fateshifter is odd CMC and her +1 interacts well with Yennett as a repeatable way to help to setup the top of your library. Her -1 can blink a permanent you control which has interaction with Unesh, Magister, other Sphinxs, Mystic Sanctuary, Scry lands, etc.
Sandstone Oracle is an odd CMC Sphinx who can potentially draw a lot of cards in muliplayer Commander and it's good with blink. Rush of Knowledge is a draw spell that's odd CMC. Final Parting is a tutor that's odd CMC.
Other cards to consider cutting for these:
- Diabolic Tutor
- Wrath of God
- Summary Dismissal
- Sphinx of Magosi
- Arbiter of the Ideal
Good luck with your deck.
6 months ago
Wayfarer's Bauble is decent ramp for land. It looks like you could benefit from a Krosan Verge as well as it would let you fetch up Temple Garden and the like so you could throw in a Hallowed Fountain or Irrigated Farmland to fetch to cast your one blue spell.
7 months ago