Mana Reflection

Enchantment

If you tap a permanent for mana, it produces twice as much of that mana instead.

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Mana Reflection Discussion

RaidBossMorde on tishana

3 days ago

Why Force of Will ($80) and not Mana Reflection and Seedborn Muse? Those two would be crazy strong with mana dorks. Also, Spellbook is an easy cut.

Blackerlotus13 on OM NOM NOM, Omnath is Angry

4 days ago

Thank you for your suggestions. I have recently picked up a Scapeshift, Mana Reflection, Tempt with Discovery, and Parallel Lives thinking about whether to put them in and or what to remove.

Playing 36 or 37 lands, Animist's Awakening would be too much of a gamble One with Nature is a neat card and I will actually consider but not having enough trample outlets leads me to look elsewhere.

My original build for Omnath had Rampaging Baloths but quickly came out for Titania, Protector of Argoth. I also don't intend to risk making my lands into creatures otherwise I would run Liege of the Tangle which can get pretty beefy. I did also at one time run Abundance its pretty decent for what it does, but to make room for the heavy hitters like See the Unwritten, and Selvala's Stampede sacrifices had to be made.

Space in the deck has been hard to come by aaaaaaaand I also need room to re insert that Krosan Grip that really should be in the deck, and perhaps a Song of the Dryads

CommunistBastard on I copy this. And this.. And this...

4 days ago

SirSh4ggy: I'm trying out Eldritch Evolution to see how it works out! I've been contemplating this card since it's release and you made me pull the trigger. Thanks! As for Fork and Laboratory Maniac, I don't like to rely on others spells for copies and generally Rikus ability is more than enough for copying my own. As for lab maniac, I just really dislike the card and refuse to play it. Now for the Dualcaster Mage + Ghostly Flicker combo, I'll have to think on it. With Palinchron's inf combo I only need riku, where this one takes a bit of hand sculpting and I would need something to win with in hand or it's useless. I do have to play around with it before I say yes or no.

xcver: I enjoy Sunbird's Invocation so much as a card, but I can't play it for the same reasoning as why I don't play Mana Reflection. It's a 6 CMC enchantment that I'll probably have to tap out (or close to) for and will have to just hope it lasts a turn so that I can use it. And if I do get to use it, that'll be devastating for the board, but it will draw the eyes of everyone on table too. I'll test it out to see, I could always be wrong!

Matrixxx999 on Rhonas the Indomitable: Larger than Life

1 week ago

Hi again miracleHat! And thanks that you still here :)

I am grateful for your interest to my deck and your explanations and opinion.

I have no doubt about your knowledge in mono green decks. All the cards you suggested are great and I am very familiar with them. All that I wanted to say is that some of them is not so good in this deck, and some "not so good" and even weak cards are shine here especily having Rhonas as commander.

Pathbreaker Ibex - he won me many games, he actualy can kill at least one player in one attack having Rhonas by his side. All I am saying is based on my experience playing with this creature. Comparing him with Blightsteel Colossus Colossus has its weaknesses in this build, starting from super high cmc and the fact that it cant be cheated by Norwood Priestess and Natural Order. Triumph of the Hordes was in the deck for a couple of tests. But I'm allergic to "infect" mechanic and trying to win with pure combat damage. But anyway, Your explanations and reasons convinced me to change Pathbreaker Ibex and test something else (maybe Recycle?).

Sorry but I just cant cut Traverse the Outlands this card is super powerful in this deck, You dont need some other creature that makes Travers effective cuz you already have Rhonas (turn 2 usualy online), see this deck with this commander plays a bit different from some other green decks. And Travers can be disrupted, yes (actualy as any spell, and Mana Reflection in particular), considering all enchantment and artifact hate in EDH and super hate Mana Reflection causes it is target number one when it on the table. So, I would prefer having both Traverse the Outlands and Mana Reflection in the deck. I will definitely test Mana Reflection thanks for this suggestion.

Exploration is a good card, but not here, belive me, I tested it a lot, and almost always was desapointed.

So thanks to your advices I will try to test Recycle (realy excited about that card) and Mana Reflection

Thanks again for all your advices and help!

miracleHat on Rhonas the Indomitable: Larger than Life

1 week ago

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Matrixxx999 on Rhonas the Indomitable: Larger than Life

1 week ago

Hi, BolasFucks!

Thanks for upvote and for kind words! No I haven't consider Traverse the Ulvenwald! Thanks for suggestion.

Ok, miracleHat, Thanks for your comment and your suggestions. I will try to answer your questions and clarify my choice of certain cards.

Playgroup - Most often I play against Zur, Purphoros, Xenagos. Sometime I play against Meren, Azusa, Rafiq, Narset etc. So, I cant say that I create decks for some specific environment. On the contrary, I try to make decks as more versatile as posible.

Question about Pathbreaker Ibex and Wild Beastmaster: I realy doubt that someday I will cut Pathbreaker Ibex, its to good in this deck, it is one of the main agro creatures of the deck, it has a lot of strong synergies with so many cards (described in primer) and with Rhonas. When my opponents see him on the battlefield, they begin to fidget nervously in the armchairs and ask each other "Do You have board wipe spell?". You yourself mentioned that redundancy is very important in EDH and I absolutely agree with this. Wild Beastmaster is in the testing mode, was added to the deck about a week ago and havent been tested well enough, but I agree that it could be replaced with something more useful. I will consider some replacemets after more testing.

About winmore cards: Traverse the Outlands - "If you are spending 5 mana to find 8 lands, chances you are already winning on that turn or going to assuredly win on the upcoming turn" - exactly! You will just win on the next turn, and it can happen on turn four easily. Comparing Mana Reflection with Traverse the Outlands I can say that in this deck Traverse the Outlands is better, because its cheaper, provides more safe ramp (dont need to survive a turn) and as You said both of them are winmore. And I prefer to use as a mana doubler Vorinclex, Voice of Hunger, tutorable, can be cheated and has a mana denial ability. Nacatl War-Pride is in the testing mode too, recently added, but I see a lot of potencial in this creature! The reasons why it is a good card in this deck described in Primer. Exploration - this deck dosen't draw lands, and the land count is minimal so most of the game Exploration is useless, I tested it a lot. For the same reason I cut Azusa from the deck. Staff of Domination is good for redundency for combos, but It will be a second card wich is useless outside of combo and I don't want it, thats why I run only Mantle in the deck. Win through a combo is plan B in this deck, usualy it wins through agro strategy. Choosing from the Eldrazi titans I would choose only one - Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger, he is in Maybeboard for a long time and someday I will try to use him, maybe instead of World Breaker. This deck run very powerful spells for drawing extra cards (especialy with Rhonas early in the game) i like those spells more then Kozilek.

I am familiar with Recycle and it is definitely an interesting card, I will think about using it, in this deck it could be realy fun

So hope I clarified the choice of cards and why they are good/or bad in this deck. If you have any additional questions or suggestions, be sure to ask.

miracleHat on Rhonas the Indomitable: Larger than Life

1 week ago

Me is curious, what decks does your meta/playgroup consist of?

Either way, you should highly consider removing Pathbreaker Ibex and Wild Beastmaster. While both quite easily pump up your team, they pale in comparison to Craterhoof Behemoth. While redundancy is always a good thing to have in an edh deck, neither are strong enough by themselves (i.e. they do not win the game immediately) to warrant inclusion to a "control" deck. Recycle and Praetor's Counsel will do you better.

In this deck, there are plenty of winmore cards. Traverse the Outlands, Viridian Longbow, and Nacatl War-Pride all fit into the category. If you are spending 5 mana to find 8 lands, chances are you are already winning on that turn or going to assuredly win on the upcoming turn. Consider using cards such as Exploration (explosive), Mana Reflection (this on turn 3, if it survives, usually means you win on turn 5), Staff of Domination (combos). You should also find space for the eldrazi titans (kozilek especially as more potent card draw).

There are cards in this deck that don't make sense (some mentioned above), unless you are tuning your deck against specific other decks (i.e. not tfc / pfc / U/x stax)

Mandalorian on DROODS CURMUNDUR

2 weeks ago

Normally Seton is the go to Druid Commander because you can play cards like Paradox Engine, Mobilize, Benefactor's Draught, and Vitalize + Vanquisher's Banner, Zendikar Resurgent, or Primordial Sage to basically play their whole deck and win on the spot. In an Omnath deck though you want alot of mana doubling effects like Mana Reflection, Gauntlet of Power, Extraplanar Lens, Caged Sun, and Heartbeat of Spring to really make him big along with some mana sinks like Helix Pinnacle or Eldrazi to win.

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