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Tap: Add (White) to your mana pool. Play this ability only if you control an Island.
Tap: Add (Blue) to your mana pool. Play this ability only if you control a Plains.
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Nimbus Maze Discussion
1 month ago
Ok here we go. Since I'm such a nice guy I've taken the liberty of making your draft chaff better.
Here are the lands that could realistically be added to this deck:
Utility LandsScavenger Grounds:I dont mind if you dont use this one
Academy Ruins:Seems good with the combo being artifacts
Buried Ruin:See academy ruins
Hall of the Bandit Lord:Haste-y brago? Your choice.
Since the win con is infinite blinks we need to make sure we have what we need to win with that also the there's still some blink creatures you "need":
Spreading Seas:Disrupts and is good with infinite blinks, kills things like Gaea's cradle and such.
Sensei's Divining Top:More Broken Shit
Venser, Shaper Savant:Better as a creature honestly.
Snapcaster Mage:Nough said.
Prophetic Prism: I was kind of thinking of this one. Don't overlook it.
Whir of Invention:Just yes. Your mana base can probably already support it, but with the new lands for shuure.
Ill continue this some other time Im too tired to continue
2 months ago
The complete card list of this set has been revealed!
I am displeased that the majority of this set is newer cards, but there are some very nice reprints; in particular, I like the reprints of Archangel of Thune and Sheoldred, Whispering One, both of whom I need for EDH decks that I am buildings. The new artwork on the Kamigawa dragons as well as Bladewing the Risen is very nice, but I do not understand why Bladewing was demoted to an uncommon.
The reprints of the dual lands from Future Sight are very nice, but I dislike how only Horizon Canopy has new artwork, since I have four copies of Nimbus Maze in my blue/white deck,and would like to be able to have a variety of artwork for them. Hopefully, at some point in the future, the other filter lands shall be reprinted at some point and there shall be a complete cycle for Nimbus Maze.
I dearly wish that both Serra Angel and Swords to Plowshares had been given new artwork, but all the other awesome new art makes up for that, especially Disenchant and Condescend, both of which I have in various decks of mine.
It will not be easy to wait until November for this product, but I am very excited to know that it contains so many great cards. Is anyone else excited for this product?
2 months ago
2 months ago
Since I can't figure out how else to display them, here is my "acquire" list that will replace other cards in the deck:
3 months ago
Yeah, and four Nimbus Mazes cost twice as much as the whole deck. Casual decks can trade some efficiency for the possibility of remain in budget.
3 months ago
4 months ago
Land - Forest
(: Add to your mana pool)
: Add to your mana pool. Activate this ability only if you control a mountain.
: Add to your mana pool. Activate this ability only if you control a plains.
Make another card inspired from a Futureshifted card from Future Sight (In case you didn't notice I got the idea for this from Nimbus Maze)
6 months ago
Jeffjames, since each one of them can find Hallowed Fountain, Irrigated Farmland, and Prairie Stream, they each work as dual lands. Even after all those are gone, they can still get basics, but you might be wondering why the lifeloss could be worth it. Each of them can be used to have or on turn one (with Hallowed Fountain). Mystic Gate, Skycloud Expanse, and Nimbus Maze, the three lands you suggested as replacements, all lack that important ability. That is the main reason, but there are other reasons, such as being able to shuffle cards that I don't want on top of my library after activating Sensei's Divining Top or making Weathered Wayfarer see one less land.
I hope this clarifies why I wholeheartedly believe that fetchlands are the second best type of colorfixing land, especially in a deck like this one.