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Land — Island
(Tap: Add (Blue) to your mana pool.)
Moonring Island enters the battlefield tapped.
(Blue), Tap: Look at the top card of target player's library. Play this ability only if you control two or more blue permanents.
Moonring Island Discussion
1 month ago
So you're the reason my Isperia list is festering down at #3...
Can't help but love the deck, though! +1 from me! A few suggestions:
I'd swap out Disperse for Expel from Orazca or Unsubstantiate . Angel of the Dire Hour is a great one to have in your toolbox. Angel of Sanctions as well. Vendilion Clique is on the pricey side but it's one of the best recent additions I've made. Tutorable hand disruption that doubles as a peek effect is quite strong. Also, great to see someone else janky enough to run Moonring Island !
4 months ago
8 months ago
Hey there. Thank you for the comment on my Aminatou deck, Dare to Believe, Dare to Become.
I am going to make this comment mostly centered on your land base. Even in a deck where the curve caps at 5 (not even peaks, caps!), and even with rocks (and free ones at that), 32 lands is far too few to reliably get your land drops where it matters. Now, I’d suggest that maybe this is offset by the filtering power of this deck but I don’t exactly 100% trust in that principle when things cost mana in the first place.
Don’t get me wrong; the deck is pretty sound regarding it’s contents and the quality of said contents. However, you need potatoes to go with that meat.
The 3-tax Rishadan is honestly a win-more card if you have your engine going well enough already, and tbh the 1-tax one won’t do enough lategame. I’d swap them out for 2 lands that produce blue. Not sure how effective Cephalid Coliseum is for you but that’s probably a solid maybe. That and a Moonring Island may suffice to that end.
Anyway another consideration to take into account is that you (presently) have too many blue costs in your spells, and not enough mana sources to offset the ratio to a good degree. If you look at my deck (admittedly too budget for say an Underground Sea or even an Arid Mesa), you’ll see that everything is aligned in that color ratio pie chart that TappedOut has available. Yours has an over abundance of blue costs, or an under-abundance, so to speak, of blue mana sources. That’s mainly why I suggested those two lands above, at the cost of two blue-costing spells. It might not completely even it out, but it’s a start and I really would suggest investigating that a bit further. :)
8 months ago
Ashmed Thank you for your suggestions. I prefer Moonring Island to Soldevi Excavations, because I can see my opponent's top card aswell, but the fact that I can put the card on the bottom, with your suggestion, is also good... Maybe I can also put it on the deck additionally. The other lands yeah are a must add when I can. The boots or the plate are things I have considered but I don't know what to take out in order to put those. I'd rather protect him with the power of having always 2 lands untapped xD
Regarding your deck, I'll take a look at it when I have some time, I'm at work atm.
10 months ago
yeah for sure, i think the leyline is a great investment, i put it in any blue edh deck i play
Crystal Ball can be helpful for putting things on top for rashmi
Terastodon is a great value creature with high cmc
Mulldrifter's cmc counts as 5 even if you evoke him
Hua Tuo, Honored Physician can be super awesome for setting up a rashmi flip
Zendikar Resurgent can be great for a few reasons
Genesis Wave can guarantee a flip depending on what you pay for x, and can cheat a bunch of permanents in for you, especially if you throw in a, or both, mana doublers
Moonring Island can give some utility, but can be annoying since it comes in tapped. just something to consider
hope my suggestions can help you out, i like rashmi a lot
1 year ago
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1 year ago
I know Quicksilver Fountain turns Non-Islands into Islands with no other abilities, but what constitutes as an Island if say on my battlefield I control a Snow-Covered Island, a Breeding Pool and a Moonring Island and I need to put a flood counter on one of my lands. What can I target or can I not target with the flood counter?
1 year ago
Honestly the only suggestion I have is Moonring Island as All you need to do is take out an island for it, which is fairly easy, and it can act as a repeatable way to look at one of your next draws, and plan around what you'll be getting. You can also use it to scout opponents (especially helpful if they're using top) so that you know if something big is going to be coming that might be worth preparing for.
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