Mycosynth Lattice

Mycosynth Lattice

Artifact

All permanents are artifacts in addition to their other types.

All cards that aren't on the battlefield, spells, and permanents are colourless.

Players may spend mana as though it were mana of any colour.

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Trade

Have (3) rockleemyhero , metalmagic , winterwind10
Want (5) Negzero , EternalLineage , winterwind10 , killergerbil , jecder

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Set Rarity
Battlebond (BBD) Mythic Rare
Darksteel (DST) Rare

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Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Highlander Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Mycosynth Lattice occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.03%

Blue: 0.18%

Red: 0.19%

Mycosynth Lattice Discussion

SteelSentry on Best MTG stories

3 days ago

In an EDH pod, we were down to 3 people. The person to my left was playing Oloro and had a Mycosynth Lattice and a Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge which he had just plussed for 22, and the person to my right had a Nevinyrral's Disk. I ended up winning at 1 life, by suspending a Greater Gargadon forcing my opponent to crack the Disk. Even with a 9 power attacker, however, it took 6-7 turns to kill the Oloro artifact player with combat damage, and was a Gut Shot away from losing the entire time.

Reznorboy on Mogis cEDH Primer (Work-in-Progress)

4 days ago

I really think this deck needs more combos. I totally understand that Mogis is Commander, and is ASKING you not to combo so that you can slowly kill basically for free, but, if you look at competitive decks which do similar things, such as Vial Smasher/ Thrasios decks, they use the burn effect of Vial Smasher with cards such as Curiosity to gain card advantage - the burn has a dual purpose - drawing and card advantage. You can easily make the deck much better, doubling its efficiency, by giving your cards a dual purpose too. In this deck, that would mean preventing opponents from winning right away and from winning in the late game. That is the dual purpose. Mogis prevents losing in the late game already, everything else should be focused towards winning early, since you already have an advantage in the late game.

So, the 2 combos you already have are great. Mindcrank and Bloodchief Ascension, and then Karn, the Great Creator and Mycosynth Lattice. I think if you focus most of the deck on combos, and then a small portion on late game, you will be optimal.

Other good combos in Rakdos are, of course, Worldgorger Dragon, Sanguine Bond and Exquisite Blood, Waste Not and a higher number Wheel cards, more wheels combined with Mind's Eye and cards like Dark Ritual, Bloodghast and Contamination, and more that I can try and come up with.

I don't think that the deck is bad. I think that with a shift in direction, it can be even better.

TypicalTimmy on What is your favorite combo ...

4 days ago

Chromium_Overseer on Other Epiphanies

5 days ago

Illuminated Epiphany is a bit op. I think going to the hand is better and fits the rarity better. It'd probably be banned for tutoring Blightsteel Colossus or Mycosynth Golem, or literally anything with Mycosynth Lattice. They look good though! Good job!

Xoct on Witch

5 days ago

@ dichia

By the way, I have appreciated your help and recommendations. I like the idea of Alchemist's Refuge.

I did consider looking into the food sub-theme before. Now that I got a better feel for how the deck runs, I may just make that into another deck of it's own. But I'm definitely open to seeing how the cards you mentioned can work in this deck.

I'm also a long time edh player, so I assumed Prophet of Kruphix was banned in modern too, thankfully it's not. I love the idea of this card.

Early Harvest untaps all basic lands Regrowth to bring Early Harvest back to your hand. Early Harvest a second time, play your second Regrowth Pay 3 for Mirari to copy Regrowth Regrowth two targets will be Early Harvest and one copy of Regrowth

Rinse and repeat cycle to gain infinite mana. Regrowth brings the second copy of Regrowth and refreshes mana with Early Harvest.

I realize this infinite combo would not work with Bubbling Cauldron since all that mana goes away when the turn is over, and Bubbling Cauldron wouldn't untap until the next upkeep with Unwinding Clock. Also I forgot Early Harvest only untaps basic lands. (This is why the combo was removed).

To be honest, I don't know. At the multiplayer table, I found that Bubbling Cauldron is a huge target for removal. So I could only imagine how a single player would use their resources to stop that particular card. In multiplayer, it's easier to let someone else be a threat, wait till a lot of counter spells were used, then feel safer to play key cards.
Only way I'm able to sacrifice multiple newts in one turn is by having multiple copies of Bubbling Cauldron.

The way I intended to sacrifice newts outside my turn was through Unwinding Clock, only needing one copy of Bubbling Cauldron.

So it's a bit misleading of me infer a single cauldron could be used multiple times on my current turn. I have yet to find a combo that will enable this.

First idea that came to mind is Intruder Alarm and either Mycosynth Lattice or March of the Machines. Problem is i'd still need a way to get Festering Newt to etb from the graveyard, which Havengul Lich can do, but it costs 2 mana per cast, and 1 mana per cauldron ability. Really mana expensive.

However this combo COULD would work better with Cauldron Familiar and Witch's Oven, wouldn't need Havengul Lich either. Eliminating the need to spend mana.

TypicalTimmy on Nicol Bolas, Dreadhorde General

6 days ago

After some deliberation, I have decided to replace Liliana of the Veil for Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge for the following reasons:

  • Liliana's +1 causes me to also discard. I don't particularly like this, as my deck is not designed for graveyard synergy. Setting myself back seems like a rather foolish endeavor.
  • Liliana's -2 does not allow me control over the creature being sacrificed. While it is true that Nicol Bolas, Dragon-God can serve to act as a second attack against a boardstate, I lack the control over which threat is removed in general.
  • Liliana's -6 is extremely powerful and is an impressive impact when using Nicol Bolas, Dragon-God, however I also run a gambit of wraths in the deck, making this ultimate rather weak.

In comparison;

Because of the synergy, higher loyalty, cost reductions, wide-spread damage and life gain and recursion I see legitimately no reason to not run him.

mtgApprentice21 on european parliament

1 week ago

Looks like Chromatic Orrery is banned. If it's card draw you want, mayhaps consider an Otherworld Atlas. If colors are a problem, try Mycosynth Lattice, it lets Memnarch steal anything your little heart desires anyway.

TypicalTimmy on Nicol Bolas, Dreadhorde General

1 week ago

I'm going to try and find / make room for Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge under "Mass Impact" as his +2 can be extremely damning, especially if I use it in conjunction with Nicol Bolas, Dragon-God, The Chain Veil, Rings of Brighthearth, Tawnos, Urza's Apprentice and the especially Mycosynth Lattice.

I also want to try and see if Planebound Accomplice is worth including or not.

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