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Oracle of Mul Daya
Creature — Elf Shaman
You may play an additional land on each of your turns.
Play with the top card of your library revealed.
You may play the top card of your library if it's a land card.
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Oracle of Mul Daya Discussion
6 days ago
usaDiabetic Sideboard is what I took out, Auramancer straight swap for Eternal Witness being flat out better.Then I thought I'm heavily aiming for Aura buffs as opposed to massive board buff thus swapping True Conviction out and Hunting Grounds I have found in all the times Ive had it on field its rarely done anything for me... and last but not least into the wilds also seems to be a low occurrence for me at being useful VS other cards like Oracle of Mul Daya ect.
1 week ago
I'm not 100% sure what the end-goal is here but I do see a potential for something absurd.
You could add Titania, Protector of Argoth, Tilling Treefolk, Cloudshift, Elite Arcanist, Perilous Forays, into the deck along with Conflux and Second Sunrise. Also Courser of Kruphix does a similar approach to the Oracle of Mul Daya
The idea is to sac lands for lifegain (Zuran Orb and to turn them into creatures or get tokens for the effort Titania, Protector of Argoth.
1 week ago
(shaman, shaman, shaman)
I hope you like shaman too
As an avid edh Wort, the Raidmother featuring the combo Of Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker, and Lightning Crafter and shaman stuff, I like jund/gruul as much as i love grixis, always looking for new ways to play the colors in modern and edh, this deck gets my vote
Its subtly powerful and original, and well built
1 week ago
Haven't gotten to test that garruk before! In the past it has proven quite difficult to protect a planeswalker to the point where they are useful unless they do something for me the turn they hit the board. My meta has an excessive amount of nonland permanent removal.
In this case, he fills a 6 drop slot (which is already shared by 8 cards).
His + is pretty handy, but I forsee me shipping a lot of control cards I would have much preferred keeping.
His - only hits around 16 creatures (many of which are timing dependent, meaning I usually play them at instant on opponents turns) and a lot of the time I would have much preferred playing them with the 6 mana I had to invest in playing him. Since I can play any card in deck with 5 mana sources because of Kruphix's ability, id likely rather store that 6 mana or play the creature that turn. Even if he can repeatedly do the ability the subsequent turns, I don't see having enough relevant green creatures to justify the - and it would force me to play off tempo quite often.
His ult is certainly impressive, but I don't think I could protect him until he ulted.
The only walkers in deck currently are Nissa, Steward of Elements because she is an extremely useful hand fixer early game, with scry effects / Vizier of the Menagerie / Oracle of Mul Daya I can effectively use her neg, and her ult is repeatable in this deck when I play her for 20 mana. there is also Nissa, Vastwood Seer Flip that literally acts as a Wood Elves that has card advantage late game.
I've tested quite a few over the years, but there is always an issue if they cannot protect themselves efficaciously:
Nissa, Worldwaker People kept instant speed wiping when I used her ult, her other abilities were trace useful but I got tired of losing lands.
Garruk, Primal Hunter was in the original brew of this deck, essentially got taken out because he didn't affect the board overmuch and was a terrible topdeck if I couldn't massive draw the turn I played him.
Garruk Wildspeaker was pretty consistent, but didn't do enough except ramping me a little early game.
Tamiyo, the Moon Sage did a fair amount, but the ult takes forever to hit.
2 weeks ago
I feel like Jace, Unraveler of Secrets outperforms party jace here despite mana cost, the abilities have a much higher game impact
Also, i feel like Birds of Paradise should be in here somewhere, it outperforms courser by a lot, heck even Lotus Cobra, Oracle of Mul Daya and Azusa, Lost but Seeking are all better options, courser is one of those cards i wanted to be good when i saw it spoiled but never ended up performing well during playtesting
2 weeks ago
I'm not really familiar with Intet , but things like Courser of Kruphix, Oracle of Mul Daya and Vizier of the Menagerie could help you decide if you want to pay 3 for your commander triggers or not and also mana fix you aswell.
3 weeks ago
I would go more all-in on the landfall-style plan. Check out 3 colour charms from Alara block and 2 colour charms from Ravnica blocks for more multi-purpose cards. I'd use all of your Maybeboard cards except Kefnet the Mindful too.
Ideas: Vinelasher Kudzu, Dreamscape Artist, Pilgrim's Eye, Path to Exile (Over Swords to Plowshares), Deprive, Knight of the Reliquary, Oracle of Mul Daya, Thaumatog, Lithatog, Scapeshift, Aggressive Mining, Dryad Arbor, Riftstone Portal, Solemn Simulacrum, maybe Awaken cards from new Zendikar?
3 weeks ago
I have both of those cards. This deck is more creature based. I can easily search for them with Green Sun's Zenith and my other tutors. Most of the creatures tap for multiple mana. I want to have more creatures in order to maximize the use of Aura Shards. Protean Hulk also puts all the creatures into play. (optimally using Sneak Attack.)