Luxury Suite

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Custom Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Battlebond (BBD) Rare

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Luxury Suite

Land

Luxury Suite enters the battlefield tapped unless you have two or more opponents.

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Luxury Suite Discussion

multimedia on A Smile a Day Keeps Death Away (Alesha Primer)

5 days ago

Hey, your deck is great, but where's Command Tower ? Nice primer lots of work went into, it's well organized and written :)

Upgrades to consider:

Enlightened Tutor has many powerful cards that it can tutor for especially a sac outlet, Skullclamp or Reconnaissance . Cruel Celebrant is another aristocrat. Selfless Spirit is a nice support creature with Alesha and Lark. Palace Jailer can be reanimated by Alesha, gives you the monarch (your end step draw) and can exile an opponent's creature; that's a lot of interaction for a four drop. Yahenni, Undying Partisan is a fantastic sac outlet in Commander because board wipes are going to happen with multiple opponents. He's also a another creature sac outlet which is important with Alesha. Only currently having Seer as the only creature sac outlet is risky.


I don't think Ravos, Soultender is worth playing he's another five drop and his recursion is worse compared to Lark and Guide's reanimation who are also five drops. Sorin, Vengeful Bloodlord is lackluster compared to all the other reanimation here because many creatures you want to reanimate have high CMCs which doesn't play well with his -X ability. Out of all the four drops Aurelia, Exemplar of Justice doesn't do much. It's nice that she can be reanimated by Alesha, but why would you choose to reanimate her out of all the other creatures? I don't think she's worth playing for that reason. Twilight Prophet has a powerful ability, but only if you have the city's blessing which without a token strategy is slow. I'm not a fan of Phyrexian Arena in Commander it's too slow. I think you're much better off getting draw from creatures with Alesha especially with Skullclamp . Good luck with your deck.

bitterblossom125 on

5 days ago

Stronly considering Luxury Suite . It doesn’t work in 1v1 or lategame when we only have 1 opponent left. However: I usually like our odds in 1v1 tapped land or not, we don’t need the mana as much lategame due to our low curve.

mazrimtaim on H: Binder W: grixis EDH

1 week ago

I'm looking to build a grixis superfriends deck and am looking for these cards. I have just updated my binder with everything I currently have.

Wants

Valuable Haves

the rest is in my binder

LordBlackblade on Daddy Markov's Vampires

2 weeks ago

So as a disclaimer, I'll be using my experiences with my deck, March of the Dusk Legion, as a point of reference for my recommendations.

Mana-Base Tuning Show

So one thing I noticed is that your list is a bit unfocused in terms of strategy. What do you want to accomplish with your deck? Is it a token deck? +1/+1 counters? Aristocrats? You have cards that support all of these strategies but not enough of any one to reach critical mass.

Start with the mana-base changes and decide what you want the deck to accomplish and we can go from there!

OblivionTy7 on Rhinestone Eyes

3 weeks ago

Tapped land bois are bad (as is not playing Sol Ring lol)

IMO:

Beseech the Queen > Increasing Ambition if you're dipping into bad Tutors. There's also Final Parting , it will at least Tutor something + freely Entomb Skelly/Squee.

ZendikariWol on Unfinished Card Cycles You Want ...

1 month ago

My number 1 will never not be the multiplayer lands from Battlebond (ie Luxury Suite ). I would also like to see the battle lands get completed (ie Prairie Stream ). Another seriously underrated set of lands is the shadow land cycle- which are baller in two-or-sometimes-three-color decks (ie Choked Estuary ). Note: all of these are ally-colored. Give your Simic/Boros mages something to work with here!

cdkime, I can't ever see Wizards finishing land cycles that show(ed) up in competitive modern with great consistency, like Grove of the Burnwillows or Horizon Canopy . However, I would nearly cry if the River of Tears cycle was printed, as it is one of my favorite untap lands EVER.

Why? Because it's an exemplary way to teach new players the value of sequencing. Playing with a lot of newbies, I've observed that they just sort of play things, giving no heed to when (except that it's ALWAYS on the precombat main phase). But the River of Tears cycle would make them look and think "huh, sometimes I can do things in a different order to get more value out of them!" I love that, and with so few new players joining the fanbase, teaching tools like that are more necessary than ever to get the kiddos talking and thinking.

multimedia on Edgar's Puddin Party

3 months ago

Hey, this is a good start, but consider being even more aggressive with Vamps and eminence?

One drop Vamps are pretty important to the strategy with eminence, but the manabase here can't support them very well. Consider more lands that can ETB untapped turn one especially to make black mana for Vamps?


Consider more one drop Vamps?

Consider more two drop Vamps?


Other cards to consider:

If you like some of these suggestions then I can help you to make cuts.

Good luck with your deck.


Maizena on The Flying (Circus) of Pain

3 months ago

I think Claws of Gix and Luxury Suite are a must have!

Also, since you're runing Mikaeus, the Unhallowed , you should consider adding Triskelion for the combo.

Buried Alive and Entomb are excellent grave tutors and Necrotic Ooze opens to you a window of possibilities full of combos.

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Luxury Suite occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.05%

Rakdos: 0.67%

U/B/R (Grixis): 0.5%

RBW (Mardu): 0.72%