Liquimetal Coating

Liquimetal Coating

Artifact

: Target permanent becomes an artifact in addition to its other types until end of turn.

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Set Rarity
Commander Anthology 2018 (CM2) Uncommon
Commander 2014 (C14) Uncommon
Scars of Mirrodin (SOM) Uncommon

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Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Modern Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Noble Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Unformat Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Leviathan Legal

Liquimetal Coating occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.01%

Liquimetal Coating Discussion

the_real_mosho on Bant Can't lose If you don't play

1 week ago

Totems on all your permanents and infinite mana:

First, you'll probably need Oath of Teferi in play so you can put a Totem on something with the -1, and untap your lands/mana rocks with the +2. You'll also need Liquimetal Coating or Mycosynth Lattice, then add March of the Machines to make your planeswalker a creature. From here your best bet is probably going to be Eldrazi Displacer. Tap your Mana Vault to use the Displacer to Flicker your Estrid, the Masked, then when she's back you can use her loyalty abilities again. Now you can just alternate -1/+2 to add another Totem and untap your Vault again to flicker her with the Displacer.

Now that all your lands are enchanted you can just keep floating mana and untapping them.

Darkshadow9 on $5 Land Destruction

3 weeks ago

@5dollarMTG: Thank you for the Deck list! Love this one, it’s fun and annoying. Only downside is playing against an opponent who can easily get rid of your Myr Landshaper. Hoping for a Liquimetal Coating while having tons of (useless) artifact-destroyers in your hand can be painful. For this reason I added a few Welding Jars just in case. Having one Hoard-Smelter Dragon in the deck seemed enough for me, since surviving until you draw it is easy after having played Splinter :)

wallisface on Artifact shit show

2 months ago

As far as when to play Hangarback or Ballista, it will really depend on the matchup. If you're against something like infect, or devoted-druid, you'll want Ballista down asap so you can mess with your opponents plans and stop them getting an early win. Other games, it's better to hold onto Ballista for the late game. Generally the timing to play Ballista will depend on what you're up against, and will be something to learn over time. For Hangarback, you generally want to play it T2 if you're planning to have 3 lands but only casting a cmc2 creature on T3 (because this means that you can also tap Hangarback for an extra counter). Generally it's not worth waiting to play Hangarback, as it's better just to get it down early and slowly make it bigger to put pressure on your opponent to deal with it.

As far as sideboard cards for Karn, you'll want to scope out what your meta is like and bring hate cards for what people are running. I would say including 1-2 Liquimetal Coating is a must, as it lets Karn start sniping lands (turn them to artifacts with 0 toughness using Karns plus ability, so they die). Other than that, these are probably some good options to consider:

What cards you include will depend on what kinds of decks you typically find yourself up against, but also your budget. So far my advise has all been assuming that you're wanting to keep this relatively cheap - but this might not be the case? If you intend to be spending big-bucks on cards, there are more options available, but this might also mean you would want to build a completely different deck to what i've suggested so far (for example, this deck is my current artifact deck, which is a very competitive near-top-tier artifact deck. I've assumed so far that you're playing slightly more casually, and I might be wrong here?)

Piglord98 on Fight Club (Fight Tribal)

3 months ago

If you add Liquimetal Coating and Thran Forge. You can have creature removal in green. I use it in my kolga deck

Coward_Token on Rub of the green.

3 months ago

Karametra's Acolyte or maybe Magus of the Candelabra for infinitive mana?

maybe Liquimetal Coating if you want to remove other stuff too

TheAnnihilator on maxon

4 months ago

Hey maxon! I'd certainly be up for doing that alter for you. It'd be $35, since it's both foil and alternate art. As for a list of cards I'm looking for at the moment:

Cavern of Souls
Wurmcoil Engine
Liquimetal Coating
Monastery Mentor
Any and all fetchlands
Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath (maybe)

Barring that, feel free to make suggestions. I am more than willing to take a look through your binder (Your one here on T/O is out of date). If all else fails, I do still take cash of course. :)

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