Otherworld Atlas

Otherworld Atlas


{T}: Put a charge counter on Otherworld Atlas. {T}: Each player draws a card for each charge counter on Otherworld Atlas.

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Avacyn Restored (AVR) Rare

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

Otherworld Atlas occurrence in decks from the last year

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Otherworld Atlas Discussion

Swords4293 on Elsha lets do this!

2 months ago

cards that might help with card draw would be Sensei's Divining Top Jeskai Ascendancy and maybe a Mystic Remora and then Otherworld Atlas and Temple Bell are 2 that help everyone so you might be able to use them for politicking and other win cons with Elsha i've seen are using Isochron Scepter and Dramatic Reversal to go infinite and then use that to get a Aetherflux Reservoir up and running or bounce back everyone else's board with Temporal Fissure and then there's Scroll of the Masters to make it even easier to make Elsha a one shot with your Manifold Key

sub780lime on The Stick I Beat You Over The Head With

2 months ago

Just think of other ways to fill hands aside from what you already have in here. Things like Heartwood Storyteller, Otherworld Atlas, Fecundity, and Rites of Flourishing.

abbatromebone on Brain Getting Too Big

3 months ago

StopShot on Which Card Should Replace Temple …

3 months ago

@DemonDragonJ, on that basis you should run the Otherworld Atlas as the other two fail pretty hard to draw you more than one card per turn. With Culling Dais you can proliferate once per turn, but that only amounts to drawing one card per turn. If you want to effectively draw two cards per turn you'd need to be sacrificing a creature to it every turn while proliferating too. I noticed you have other proliferate sources in your deck, but if you don't have them on the battlefield with your commander out the card draw will fall below your standards. You also can't draw the cards right away either as you have to let it sit for as long as you'd need it to. If I had to pick a delayed build-up draw effect I would rather run Barrin's Codex or Pursuit of Knowledge even though they cost more mana.

Mindless Automaton I think is also the worst of the three as you'd need to put 4 counters on it every turn just to meet your card draw standards. While you can get the card draw right away without losing the Automaton it seems like much more work than running the Culling Dais.

I would run Otherworld Atlas, however; if the Atlas turns out to not meet up with your liking I would instead switch it out for Soul Diviner as I feel it would reliably draw you more cards in an average game than Culling Dais or Mindless Automaton would. Perhaps I might run Pursuit of Knowledge over the Diviner, but having something that doesn't draw you the cards right away can make it feel slow and clunky. That said if you compare Pursuit of Knowledge and Otherworld Atlas they both would draw you 5 cards after two turns being on the battlefield. (Keep in mind skipping two draws makes Pursuit of Knowledge provide a pay off of 5 cards drawn.) So the downside to one is you let your opponents draw extra cards along with you and the downside to the other is you can't draw anymore cards afterwards.

DemonDragonJ on All Will Be One

3 months ago

I have replaced Temple Bell with Otherworld Atlas, which did increase the average converted mana cost of this deck from 3.62 to 3.63, which is only a very minor increase, and I feel that that increase shall be worth the greater advantage that it shall provide.

DemonDragonJ on Which Card Should Replace Temple …

3 months ago

Everyone here has given me a different suggestion, which shall make this more difficult to process, but I shall address each suggestion in turn.

spoonieluv1023, Walking Archive is a nice card, but the fact that its ability triggers only during each player's upkeep severely limits its usefulness.

StopShot, if Tome of Legends did not require mana to activate its ability, I likely would have chosen it,but none of the other cards that I have mentioned here require mana to sue their abilities, so that is very important. As for Generous Patron, I would like to limit how frequently I place counters on creatures that I do not control.

Daveslab2022, King_marchesa, I was already considering Otherworld Atlas, anyway, so I shall most likely use that card, but I will also purchase a copy of Mindless Automaton, to see which card performs better in this deck.

DemonDragonJ on Which Card Should Replace Temple …

3 months ago

I have a copy of Temple Bell in nearly all of my EDH decks, because it is such a great card, but, for my Atraxa deck, I am considering replacing that card with on that uses counters, and, thus, will be amazing in that deck, but I am having difficulty in deciding which card to use, so I shall ask the other users here for their advice.

The first, and most obvious, card that I am considering is Otherworld Atlas, because it is very similar to temple bell, but its only problem is that I worry about enabling my opponents to draw a large number of cards, although I suppose that that could be remedied by not putting too many counters on it. I may not control a Reliquary Tower at the same time as the atlas, plus, three or four counters should be more than sufficient for each activation of the atlas, and one more bonus is that my opponents will be reluctant to attack the player who is providing them with such great card advantage.

The next card that I am considering is Culling Dais, as it requires very little investment for a potentially major profit, but it has several drawbacks: first, this deck does not have a great number of cards that generate tokens, so getting the first counter on the artifact may be difficult; second, it must be sacrificed to activate its ability, so it provides its cards all at once, rather than in small increments, and, again, I may not have a Reliquary Tower when I activate it, which would obviously be a problem.

The final card that I am considering is Mindless Automaton, which has the advantage of being a creature and also an ability that is easily repeatable, but the only reason for which I have not already added it to my deck is that replacing temple bell shall mean that there shall be one less non-creature spell to trigger the ability of Flux Channeler, but I wonder how often that shall actually be relevant.

What does everyone else say about this? Which card should replace Temple Bell in my Atraxa EDH deck?

FSims81 on How Good of a Card …

4 months ago

DemonDragonJ I know it's only adding a card you'd have to find another way to replace but Narset, Parter of Veils solves your problem of switching Otherworld Atlas for Temple Bell

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