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Whenever a land an opponent controls is tapped for mana, tap all lands that player controls that can produce any type of mana that land could produce.
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Mana Web Discussion
10 hours ago
Is it worth it to buy cards that I will actually use from the reserved list? From what I understand, the cards won't be reprinted so they should retain their value. These are not just cards to keep and hope they increase in price, but also cards that I will be using in EDH decks as well.
The specific cards in question I am looking to purchase are...
2 days ago
Hey guyz, I was looking at the tier list and a strange idea popped in my head about a tier 5 commander... More precisely, Polukranos, World Eater. I mean, it will never be the best option for mono-green, but I was wondering if something was possible with him at the helm of a deck, and I started thinking about stax.
How would this be a stax commander? Well, we could break parity by having a lot of effects against lands (Winter Orb, Mana Web, Tsabo's Weband stuff). Our own mana dorks would start breaking parity. Since we are in green, we would have an easy time to get rid of oponents mana rocks, breaking parity even more. And with our commander, while generating a lot of mana from dorks, we could get rid of annoying opponents mana dorks, breaking parity even more.
I feel like it would also be good against a lot of hatebears (with the rise of BloodPod decks it could be relevant to remove them). It could be used to wipe them all, while generating a huge beater to lower the life totals of AdNaus/DD players. I mean, this is not the most competitive thing around, but I am pretty sure it could benefit from some brewing...
I was wondering if anyone had insights on this idea, if anyone already tried it? If you guyz had any suggestions?
2 days ago
Taking out Lightning Crafter and Thornbite Staff for now. This removes all of the infinites that are possible with the deck, but I never had fun doing those anyway, and they were definitely win-more cards with the way the rest of the deck is balanced. These, along with Mana Web/Stranglehold/Manabarbs, may make it back in for FNM outside of my regular playgroup.
This opened up slots for the fantastic Curse of Opulence and Kindred Charge from C17. The curse will fill the ramp spot that removing Treasonous Ogre made (without any negatives!), and Kindred Charge is just straight up stupid in any red tribal deck.
Still looking for a slot for Disrupt Decorum. Not only is it a really strong card, but it also fits this deck's playstyle very well.
I want to playtest Surveyor's Scope. The exile aspect is rough, but since I can all but guarantee that I can have less land that the other players, this is basically "free" goblins and landfall triggers for Valakut, the Molten Pinnacle. Put it on the stack and then crack a fetch in response and you are already at -1. In my regular playgroup this is good for 3-5 basic lands. You can use Rings of Brighthearth on it as well, so that helps.
I need a little more protection for the more important creatures, so getting a Swiftfoot Boots in to backup the Lightning Greaves is probably my best option in MonoRed. Not sure what to cut for it though.
As always, if you have any suggestions or criticisms, start screaming them at me!
6 days ago
also Mana Web alongside Urborg is deliciously evil.
2 weeks ago
@AlexRuzhyo have you thought about Mana Web ?
2 weeks ago
Hey bimjowen, big fan of the changes. The deck looks far more formidable in a competitive environment now. Now you have fully embraced stax there are a few other cards you might consider. No doubt you have already given them some thought: Cursed Totem, Mana Web - this combines really well with Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth, Static Orb, Lodestone Golem. One card that looks a bit odd is Serum Powder, have you found this to be any good?
2 weeks ago
I think you've forgotten to add your basic lands; 17 of them if I'm not mistaken ;)
I'd think about adding some more boardwipes, as aggressive creature-heavy or token decks will beat this deck quite easily. Also, cards like Defense Grid and Mana Web can help protect your win-conditions from being countered.
2 weeks ago
Yeah I saw the many counters you have in place to save your combo's :) Concerning your second point, I'm very aware how much fun a collaboration like yours can be. This is exactly how I started playing in 1993. If you have such a large playgroup and many different EDH decks, playing this one every so often won't make MTG boring at all; so good on you (and your friend)! the MTG cards I use are owned by my wife and me. We've built many decks together, though I'm usually the one putting them on TappedOut haha.