Omnath, Locus of Mana

Omnath, Locus of Mana

Legendary Creature — Elemental

You don't lose unspent green mana as steps and phases end.

Omnath, Locus of Mana gets +1/+1 for each unspent green mana you have.

Omnath, Locus of Mana Discussion

SiegeTank on BUDGET Cascade Elemental

1 day ago


The commander is built with the goal of cascading into ramp cards and hitting lands on the way there. It does this buy having plenty of Ramp cards and keeping them below 3 mana cost so that all the 4 mana cost and below cascade cards can be considered extra ramp. While the commander will allow for you to pull extra lands and in mid to late game for additional landfall triggers.

Then its just simple big beefy creatures & elemental swarms beating them down by getting to late game before your opponents board wipe you.

That's it, pretty simple fun deck to play and takes advantage of the mostly basics with cards like Phylath, World Sculptor & Scourge of Fleets which help keep it under $100 dollars.

If you were looking to expand this deck with some bigger dollars cards some easy recommendations would be Maelstrom Wanderer , Apex Devastator Omnath, Locus of Mana Omnath, Locus of the Roil Kodama of the East Tree

Massacar on How to Burn Your Bridges

2 weeks ago

Sword of the Paruns as a redundancy with Staff of Domination and Umbral Mantle.

Mana Web, Manabarbs, Price of Glory, City of Solitude (combos very well with existing abilities and eachother, city helps prevent other players from emptying mana on their off turns)

Horizon Stone, Omnath, Locus of Mana, Leyline Tyrant protect yourself from mana burn.

Michigone on Catch-22: Damned if You Tap, Damned if You Don't

2 weeks ago

Thanks for the suggestion elyria! Horizon Stone is popping up as illegal in commander because the set hasn't released yet, but come November 20th when Commander Legends releases, it will be legal in commander. Secondly, I want to store my own mana, thus Horizon Stone, Leyline Tyrant and Omnath, Locus of Mana. The latter two cards store red and green mana specifically, and so don't conflict with Horizon Stone. The only loss would occur if someone were to shoot Leyline Tyrant and I didn't want to pay all the red mana I had saved up to do damage to a target. With Horizon Stone out at that point the mana would just become banked into colorless instead. With Omnath out, I would lose all that mana and then suffer mana burn.

As Far as Dictate of Karametra goes, I am a little hesitant of cards that give all players double mana, because I usually end up casting the spell, then someone else gets to take advantage of the double mana and then uses it to win over me. But I like the flash aspect so I can be the one to take advantage of it first. Thanks again for the suggestion!

elyria on Catch-22: Damned if You Tap, Damned if You Don't

2 weeks ago

Horizon Stone is not legal in commander. It also inhibits big hits with Leyline Tyrant and Omnath, Locus of Mana. Dictate of Karametra seems like it would work pretty well though.

Massacar on Yurlok, have some mana and die

2 weeks ago

Mana Web, I would add Awakening from your maybeboard, Price of Glory

Painful Quandary, Nightshade Harvester, Ankh of Mishra, Exquisite Blood

Something like Crawlspace for protection (I use Bottled Cloister and Ensnaring Bridge too)

Horizon Stone, Omnath, Locus of Mana, Leyline Tyrant to protect yourself from manaburn

Vexing Shusher to help protect your spells as you cast

Massacar on Mana Avalanche

3 weeks ago

Good to see some other Yurlok decks out there. While I recognize we've taken slightly different directions, I just want to remind you that the mana burn effect can kill you too. You have a lot of infinite mana combos and not a lot of options for mana sinks or things to prevent your mana pools from draining.

Maybe consider Horizon Stone, Omnath, Locus of Mana, and/or Leyline Tyrant to help give you some protection from yourself. (Since I saw you reject Helix Pinnacle already) Exsanguinate and Torment of Hailfire could also help by providing game winning mana sinks as well.

Also consider adding some effects that prevent your opponents from casting spells on their off turns, that way when you use Yurlok to flood them with mana on your turn they have fewer options for getting rid of their mana. City of Solitude or Dosan the Falling Leaf.

Lastly, one final strategy my deck employs is a bit of hand punishment for players playing conservatively to avoid the mana burn. Cards like Dark Suspicions or Iron Maiden.

Sultai_Sir on O.G Omnath Need Some Love [[PRIMER]]

4 weeks ago

Hey man, thanks for commenting! Dictate of Karametra is good in this deck, because using the stored mana from Omnath, Locus of Mana to cast it on an opponent's end step, and the next turn, double mana! As for Gaea's Cradle, it's super expensive, I don't think it's worth it.

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