Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Invasion (INV) Rare

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Whenever a player taps a land for mana, that player adds one mana to his or her mana pool of any type that land produced, and Overabundance deals 1 damage to him or her.

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Overabundance Discussion

Zimmers_0 on Commander Theory: Choosing the correct ramp pack

2 weeks ago

Great list as well as educational. Also like the other take of the list I made and went more ramp.

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If you are going to put Squandered Resources, Cadaverous Bloom, and Natural Balance, how about Overabundance?

Tetravirulence on Ur-Dragon

5 months ago

It'd be interesting to run an enchantress package with the number of enchantments you have. Cut some fat dragons/bad enchantments and artifacts for:

Otherwise I'd run the most color-useful signets for fixing and Fellwar Stone. Amulet of Vigor if you really want to keep running taplands. Commander's Sphere and Darksteel Ingot are pretty mediocre. Don't know about Herald’s Horn.

Cut the tri-lands for checklands like Dragonskull Summit? Or maybe a heftier reanimator (ie: Reanimate) package to cheat dragons in.

Cheater effects:

Dorks to consider:

Topdeck Ramp:

On theme and maybe useful:

Big beater:




Neotrup on Question about countering abilities

7 months ago

Abilities that can be countered are activated abilities and triggered abilities that are not mana abilities.

An activated ability is easily identified by the presence of a colon (:). Some keyword abilities are activated abilities with the colon in the rules defining them, which may or may not appear in reminder text. Examples of this in standard are Crew, Cycle, and Embalm. Loyalty abilities are also activated abilities, in the form of "Add or Remove the appropriate number of loyalty counters: Do this."

For an activated ability to be a mana ability it must have the potential to add mana to a player's mana pool, cannot target, and cannot be a loyalty ability. Examples are the abilities of Llanowar Elves, Spectral Searchlight, or Pristine Talisman.

A triggered ability can be identified by the starting word "When," "Whenever'" or "At." Some Keyword abilities are triggered abilities whose rules text start with one of these words, though reminder text may or may not include them. Some examples in standard are Ingest and Afflict.

For a triggered ability to be a mana ability it must trigger from the activation of another mana ability and have the potential to add mana to a player's mana pool. Some examples are the abilities of Mana Flare, Wild Growth, or Overabundance.

An ability doesn't have to be from a creature, or even a permanent to be countered. Disallow can counter: the cycling ability or triggered ability from cycling of Renewed Faith, though it will only counter one ability, not both; the on cast trigger of Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger; the activation of a Embalm or Eternalize; or any number of other activated or triggered abilities.

Talonisnthavingit on Cards that ramp your opponents?

7 months ago

Overabundance could be a somewhat cool win condition, although it would affect you as well.
As for cards that actually ramp, their are all the great recommendations above, as well as Yavimaya Dryad, which gives an opponent a forest from your deck, plus has forestwalk, so free damage I guess.

SageOfStone on Looking for help with idea

11 months ago

Manabarbs and Burning Earth are what immediately come to mind for the damage, but you could also play stuff like War's Toll to make the opponent want to tap their lands sounds like a good idea. Overabundance also damages upon tapping, but doubles mana production. Scald damages players for tapping Islands, so it might be a good sideboard tech.

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