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, : Put a fate counter on target permanent.
, , Sacrifice Oblivion Stone: Destroy each nonland permanent without a fate counter on it, then remove all fate counters from all permanents.
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Oblivion Stone Discussion
3 days ago
Some cards you may want to consider.
- Deadeye Navigator will give infinite mana in combination with Peregrine Drake
- Oblivion Stone is a really nasty combo you can use with Sun Titan
- Felidar Guardian and Altar of the Brood is a good win condition with aminatou as Felidar Guardian can flicker Aminatou which then allows Aminatou to flicker Felidar Guardian, this causes infinite ETB's which will mill everyone at the table with Altar of the Brood out. Plus altar goes well with Trinket Mage which you are already running.
- I also believe you need more flicker effects so I highly recommend andy of the following; Restoration Angel, Venser, the Sojourner, Eldrazi Displacer, Eerie Interlude
- I am not a fan of Mana Leak in edh since it is very common to hold up lots of mana in the late game, I believe any of these counterspells are better while still being budget; Arcane Denial,Disdainful Stroke,Foil,Sinister Sabotage,Rewind and if you have a few dollars I highly recommend Swan Song
- And while I know this is a budget deck, I have to recommend Cyclonic Rift as it is undeniably the strongest blue card in all of EDH.
3 days ago
6 days ago
TheAlexGnan the last few days I've been testing game 3 vs Tron whenever I have 5 minutes (with Tron sideboarded to the best of my ability). I have a decent win percentage (I haven't been tracking) but not as good as I think is necessary. I'm surprised and impressed that you're 6-6.
Surgical Extraction without a ld effect is really bad. And surgical with ld still leaves me way down on cards. I've actually lost quite a few games because I stumbled after getting them off of Tron, which seems a bit awkward.
For now I'm going up to 2 Field of Ruin and 4 Fulminator Mage and 4 Anger of the Gods in the sideboard. It's probably not correct to be all-in on those cards, but I won't know for sure unless I test a bit.
We also have Damping Sphere available. From the testing I've done with it before, it is actually really effective. They can get around it by hardcasting (like always) or with Oblivion Stone, but it might be worth looking into doing a 2-2 Fulminator-Damping split.
Disdainful Stroke is fantastic vs Tron and I can imagine how good it is vs Primeval Titan, however I really think I'll miss the extra Countersquall vs burn and storm. I'm not sure which is more relevant, but I suspect the Countersquall will win me over in the end.
I dropped the 2nd Countersquall because I found I was flooding on counterspells a little bit too much vs tron, which is a problem I noticed when playing Delver.
1 week ago
I'm not surprised you would have trouble with Zendikar Resurgent, enchantments are the #1 problem permanent for this color combination. Your premium removal will be Chaos Warp, with other sweeper effects like Nevinyrral's Disk or Oblivion Stone being necessary. Other staple sweepers include All Is Dust and Ugin, the Spirit Dragon, but these are not budget-friendly.
As for madness cards, I used to try to lean into them, but I found them all to underperform. This led me to go towards a reanimator-style approach, using Olivia's trigger to easily ditch a fatty into the graveyard. This strategy is further supplemented by her ability to give haste. The deck's nut draw is to go Olivia, pass turn, next turn cast Doomed Necromancer, pitch a fatty to Olivia's trigger, sacrifice the hasty necromancer, reanimate said fatty, and optionally give it haste and attack. Personal favorite reanimation targets are Sire Of Insanity if opponents are tapped out and unlikely to kill it, Void Winnower for those pesky interactive opponents, Massacre Wurm for those darn token strategies, Dragon Mage if your hand needs a reload, Rune-Scarred Demon or Sidisi, Undead Vizier if I have part of the Dark Depths combo in hand....there's just so much you can do with a reanimation package. The best part is, even if you do want to continue with a vampire tribal theme, Olivia makes your creatures vampires, so you can build your own vampires! You can even run Olivia Voldaren for further synergy. My favorite thing about the new printing of Olivia is that there are so many different directions in which to build the deck.
As I mentioned, here is my list. Many of the interactive elements (i.e. removal) are useful no matter what style of deck you run, but the reanimation packages and Dark Depths engines are specific to the build. Hope this helps!
1 week ago
Yea, i feel you, niv is quite hard to cast, esp. the parrun ed. is bonkers
i suggest not to put in more lands, but more on mana ramps/rocks that produce and/or , because you can only put 1 land per turn, but casting an artifact will give you more benefit in the next turn.
- Commander's Sphere
- Obelisk of Grixis
- Astral Cornucopia
- Star Compass
- Coldsteel Heart
- Izzet Cluestone
- Jeskai Banner or Sultai Banner
- Eye of Ramos and/or Heart of Ramos
or even multi mana lands,
or artifact tutors card:
or you can go full control deck, put in alot of board control spell (board wipes), board wipes is good for your deck because you dont have many creature in play. combine with a passive card draws engine (2-3 card per turn, meaning land drop would be easier to come by).
Then if you think you have all your pieces together start putting in some pressure on the board, if not stall the game XD (negotiating and stuff)
Board wipe artifact:
Hope it helps,
2 weeks ago
2 weeks ago
Oblivion Stone is a serious powerhouse, allowing another Disk-card!
I was recently reprinted too, so it isn't $14!