Mouth of Ronom

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Coldsnap (CSP) Uncommon

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Mouth of Ronom

Snow Land

: Add to your mana pool.

, , Sacrifice Mouth of Ronom: Mouth of Ronom deals 4 damage to target creature. ( can be paid with one mana from a snow permanent.)

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Mouth of Ronom Discussion

ClockworkSwordfish on Hazoret Polymorph

1 week ago

Seeing as you're running all snow-covered mountains, it might be worthwhile to find room for Scrying Sheets! If you did, you could also potentially sneak in Mouth of Ronom and sub out Fire Diamond for Coldsteel Heart. Can't say no to a potential card draw every once in a while, right?

Pheardemons on Moltenheart (Skred-Dragons)

2 months ago

furrycombatwombat - We've had some different experiences then. Again, that's fine. What matters is if Julesreddragon likes the card or not. He apparently hasn't, which is why I offered the Mouth of Ronom as a potential replacement.

Verix Bladewing is an interesting thought clayperce. Would you argue that taking out two Thunderbreak Regents is worth two Verix Bladewings? Personally, I would say running 4 Regents would simply be better, but I guess the late game kicker effect is definitely relevant. I guess one could argue that Verix would make Regent's effect better since you're playing more dragons for them to try and target. Interesting.

And Julesreddragon, the answer to your question is yes. You should see your deck being MUCH more consistent than what you had previously (before the updates and whatnot). I'm sorry to keep saying this, but right now is simply about playtesting and tweaking to your meta (or the meta in general if you want to go to big tournaments). You may come to realize some cards don't do near as well as you thought, while others are absolute necessities that you weren't even sure would make the cut. That is just the way magic goes. My only suggestion is against Thundermaw Hellkite, as I have not seen that many flyers (Lingering Souls has kind of fallen off, but Spirits are back) that are that relevant for the one damage or tapping. I would say maybe more Regents or try Verix. However, if he's done well for you then by all means keep him. Other than that, good luck with Skred Dragons in modern my good sir.

Slivortal on Freyalise High Tide

2 months ago

Cutting the 37th land hurt more than I thought. To compensate, I’m changing the mana-base to Snow-Covered so I can replace Eye with Mouth of Ronom and keep my mana-producing land numbers the same. Dealing 4 damage to a creature is undeniably weaker than exiling 2 permanents or drawing 4 cards, but it also costs 10 less mana (vs 7+8) to do so. Being 1-shot is somewhat unimportant given that Eye also tended to be 1-shot, and has some synergy with Ramunap to compensate.

Pheardemons on Moltenheart (Skred-Dragons)

2 months ago

Koth of the Hammer would be a great mana ramp, however if you're going to go that route (including Simian Spirit Guides) then you're closing in on traditional Skred. There's nothing wrong with traditional Skred, but you said you wanted to specifically stay dragons Julesreddragon. Also, be careful with Simian Spirit Guides. In decks that want to be explosive, it's great. Dragons, however, are not. Simian Spirit Guide operate in three ways, mana ability early (great), a 2/2 vanilla creature for three mana (bad), or be a dead card in your hand (or topdecked) later in the game (bad). For this particular deck it isn't great 2/3 of the time. Decks that want to be more explosive early to control the game like mono-red prison can make use of the "bad" factors better as their control of the board doesn't take them out of the game for one bad topdeck. I would not recommend Simian Spirit Guide in this build. I would argue that another creature removal spell would be better to control the board more until you can get your threats.

furrycombatwombat - In playing traditional Skred as long as I have, I can say that Scrying Sheets has been a factor very often. I also play big spells similar to dragons, so even then I can say that trying to filter further for an answer is helpful. We seem to disagree on this card, which is fine. Julesreddragon you haven't seemed to care for it, so by all means playtest something different. A late game land that has helped me (occasionally) is Mouth of Ronom. It is colorless damage for Etched Champions and pro-red creatures (Kor Firewalker, Burrenton Forge-Tender). You can see if that is something that helps you more.

I would not take the Relic of Progenitus out of your mainboard unless they have done nothing to help. Graveyard hate is very relevant in modern, even in a blind matchup. At worst, it is a two mana cantrip which can be helpful. However, if they're not helpful, then upping your Blood Moon, Mind Stone, and Skred count would be what I would recommend.

Wobbly_Bob on Imagine a King Who Fights His Own Battles

2 months ago

If you're looking to replace the Forgotten Cave, you could go for 2 Mouth of Ronom and replace your Mountains with Snow Mountains and toss in a playset of Skred. Unfortunately, I don't think there's a comparable replacement to Repercussion that's modern legal :(. Cool deck though!

ClockworkSwordfish on Balan, Wandering Knight | Equipment Voltron

5 months ago

Card-draw is hard to come by in white, but an easy way to get a smidgen more of it is to trade in your Plains for Snow-Covered Plains and find room for a Scrying Sheets. This also opens up the possibilities of Mouth of Ronom and Coldsteel Heart, if one was interested. It's not a particularly fast or reliable method, but one takes what one can get in white, and it will hardly make a dent in terms of card slots or even price.

Balrock2104 on C H A D S T O R M

7 months ago

KailDaemon I'm glad you enjoy the deck. It actually means a lot to me that someone else uses something I've created and had a positive experience with it.

I haven't tried out Aetherflux myself, what did you (or your friend) cut for it?

I prefer removal in creature form since it's tutorable and helps Galta, but Nature's Claim should prolly be in here, if nothing else, then in the maybeboard. Now this'll sound pretty stupid, but the reason that Mouth of Ronom isn't in here is that I despise snow lands...

Mr_M03 on Narcissistic Echopraxia

7 months ago

Hey,I also have a Sakaschima Deck and it's my favorit deck to play.

Here some tips from me after playing my deck over 2 years.

I play cards, which are not always good, so I play a lot of card fixing like Ponder, Preordain or Flash of Insight (Which btw is really good!). So I always find the right card to the right time.

I love so called "toolboxes" Cards that find the right cards. Mine are Trinket Mage, Muddle the Mixture and Tezzeret the Seeker . So I can find the card that I need.Some good enchantment well I can get Steal Enchantment with transmute or need some graveyard hate? Well just get Phyrexian Furnace with your Mage. You know the stories.

You already run Snow-Covered Island so try Mouth of Ronom. Blue doesn't have the best creature removel so this helps sometimes.

Just be carefull. If you play this deck too much, you might don't want to play any other deck.

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