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Tap, Put the top card of your library into your graveyard: Add (1) to your mana pool.
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2 weeks ago
Since you're running Crucible of Worlds, running fetchlands (for the purpose of TappedOut's suggestion feature: Wooded Foothills, Bloodstained Mire, Scalding Tarn, Arid Mesa) is reasonable. They work with Sensei's Divining Top and Rings of Brighthearth, too.
Millikin seems reasonable to me, since a T3 Daretti is leagues better than a T4 Daretti.
Bomat Courier is actually terrible. If you didn't need to discard your hand to use its activated ability, or if you didn't need to attack to exile a card under it, it might be fine. However, the combination means that this card just isn't going to do much.
Pilgrim's Eye feels pretty weak, since it doesn't ramp you and costing 3 is awkward. However, I will admit that I'm biased in this area. My Daretti list plays a lot of cheap mana rocks in order to pull off a T3 Daretti about 70-80% of the time, so I play 3-drops on curve infrequently.
Fiery Temper seems kind of sketchy to me. Yes, you can use Daretti's +2 to deal 3 damage to something, but that's pretty low impact.
I'm more than a little skeptical about Hope of Ghirapur. What exactly do you expect to accomplish with this card?
Contagion Clasp is a card I've considered, but never actually tried. How does it perform for you?
If you're going to play a card as a win condition once you go infinite, I recommend Shivan Gorge. If you have Staff of Domination + Metalworker, you can draw your deck. From there, you can cast Mycosynth Lattice, Rings of Brighthearth, and Voltaic Key, then play Shivan Gorge and use Voltaic Key + Rings of Brighthearth to repeatedly untap mountains and Shivan Gorge and ping opponents to death. Is this combo practical? Not in the slightest. However, it means you don't need to waste a card slot on a win condition. As a side note, you can produce an arbitrarily large number of Wurm tokens with your current list.
2 months ago
Hmm... this is a very interesting interaction haha.
Reading the rule I cited more closely, I think it is actually intended to relate to casting cards off the top of your library, as it says becomes cast rather than resolves.
There is a ruling that the order of the library must remain the same after shuffling, so it seems the owner would be able to see the top card before having to name a card.
7/15/2006: While searching your library, you must keep your library in the same order until you shuffle it. This order could matter if you tap Millikin for mana, for example, to pay for a Panglacial Wurm you cast from your library.
2 months ago
2 months ago
There is also Hedron Crawler as somebody mentioned. I feel i'm not original at all talking about sustitutions of the freaking Millikin xd you could consider keeping it and sustitute some of your 3cmc ramp dudes to lower your curve a bit, or to have more ramp in turn 2 instad of turn 3 c:
2 months ago
There is a myr that enters the battlefield for 2 mana and adds red mana to your mana pool and you aren't running it, wouldn't it be better than Millikin? xd i feel after watching your video that you love to hate that card :P but yeah, Iron Myr (just remembered the name) is probably a strictly better option :P
6 months ago
I've been looking at building an Ishkana deck, too. I was looking at mine from more of an online place, budget-wise, but I checked out the differences between our decks, and I think there are quite a few budget cards that would help: Tree of Tales and Vault of Whispers both net two types when milled. Vessel of Nascency was a standard in Standard Delirium, since it immediately puts and enchantment in your graveyard. Syphon Mind and Harmonize are both great value cards. Millikin is a great fit in Ishkanah decks, since it can ramp, chump to put two types in the graveyard, and mill, all on its own. Commander's Sphere is the same. It can ramp you from 4 to 5 mana and cycle to fuel delirium as early as turn 4. Foul Renewal should be pretty powerful in this deck, and I had Sight of the Scalelords and Ikra Shidiqi, the Usurper for the same toughness reasons. Finally, the piece of tech I'm proudest of is Champion of Stray Souls. If you're already milling creatures into your graveyard, then sacking 3 1/2 spider tokens for 3 real creatures is fantastic, especially since you can let Ishkanah go to the graveyard be be re-risen with fresh tokens. If you move away from budget options, I also think Buried Alive is a good choice. Choosing Arachnoid, nyxweaver, and a fattie, you get Delirium and a reanimation target. I also included a land tutor package. Here's my full list: Spiders.
7 months ago
Hello fellow Zada player!
I like your list a lot! I've been playing with my Zada deck for a year now and I found a couple of pieces in your deck that I like a lot.
Here is a list of cards for you to consider:
- Mana dorks: Manakin & Millikin
- Rituals: Mana Geyser (goes infinite with Reiterate)
- Pyromancer's Goggles (a bit mana expensive but AMAZING)
- Excellent token producers: Tempt with Vengeance & Firecat Blitz
- Additional ways to get around the pillow forts: Purphoros, God of the Forge & Goblin Bombardment
- Secret tech: Fiery Gambit (It targets a creature with the second clause, so you can exploit it with Zada. Also you don't have to kill Zada, since you can keep flipping coins until you get tails when you resolve her trigger)
I don't have an updated list online but I will link it here when I update it!
Happy new year! :)
8 months ago
so im not sure i want this, but if i did, are Iron Myr and Heap Doll things I should consider? Manakin or Millikin. Wait. I actually really like Millikin. And all this time I was wasting my time with Sphere of the Suns as my 2-drop ramp spell. I already run Myr Sire so I don't need them, but I think I've convinced myself. Wait. What about Phyrexian Revoker? Plague Myr? Runed Servitor? Toymaker? Now i have a whole new question...