Palladium Myr

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Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Commander 2014 Uncommon
Scars of Mirrodin Uncommon

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Palladium Myr

Artifact Creature — Myr

: Add to your mana pool.

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Palladium Myr Discussion

WhisperingBlade on When The Machines Attack

2 weeks ago

Would Palladium Myr be useful here to drop an early Mycosynth Lattice? Turn 3 myr into turn 4 lattice?

sonnet666 on [List - Multiplayer] EDH Generals by Tier

1 month ago

I just put together a decklist. The tricky part is getting enough creatures to go off while ramping. It's definitely going to be broken though. All you need is 2 to 4 other creatures besides Razaketh and you can go off.

Possible combos using card you'd be playing anyway include:

You can also tutor Sacrifice for an 8 mana ritual that ensures you go off same turn.

You can cut down on the creatures you need to sacrifice by tutoring Buried Alive for anything that need to be in the graveyard (or Bloodghast) and by using Rings of Brighthearth to double the tutor ability.


So... Yeah. There's a very good likelihood that Razaketh will get banned.

I'll post the decklist when it's a little more refined.

Theias on Great Golem Token Artifact Deck

1 month ago

Mindslaver is legal in modern as far as I know, but you're right about sol ring. I'll have to go back to my 4x Palladium Myr...

That Saheeli Rai is an awesome add to this deck, thanks for the suggestion! I still think that Tezzeret is a great card just for his +1 abbility. His -X is just there to facilitate the game. Keeping both is the best way to go.

I was going to make a B/G Agro Token deck with Orochi Hatchery and Summoning Station in it to add Westvale Abbey  Flip but I'll keep your suggestion in mind. As a protective answer Westvale is pretty good. I wonder if I can activate Westvale while an opponent's Lightning Bolt is in the stack attacking my Precursor Golem.

MattStar on Mass Production

1 month ago

If you're looking to win via Mechanized Production, then you would probably be best off gearing your deck towards producing a bunch of the same kind of artifact token.

If you want to go with myr tokens, then Genesis Chamber is pretty decent.

If you want to go with thopter tokens because of the flying and stuff then you can find a way to throw counters onto Hangarback Walker and blow it up. A fair method of doing that could be by using an army of "modular" creatures like Arcbound Worker or Arcbound Ravager in conjunction with Steel Overseer or Arcbound Overseer.

In either case, the build youve got running is pretty expencive. You have a lot of 4 and 5 casting cost spells so you might end up waiting until turn 4 before you can really do anything a lot of the time. you could probably use some ramp like Pentad Prism or Palladium Myr.

Thats all I got for now, good luck with the deck :D

sonnet666 on The Everflowing Wound

1 month ago

thegigibeast, I mean, I don't see anything wrong with adding an infinite mana gameplan to Grenzo, but the question is more: How is it better than Doomsday? Y'know?

Part of the appeal of Doomsday Grenzo is that it's super difficult to interact with once Doomsday resolves, since you're only activating abilities after that.

Compare that with Worldgorger combo where it's so fragile a Swords to Plowshares sets you back to having no permanents. For Grenzo at least, it might be better to go with some "safer" infinite mana combos, especially since Grenzo doesn't need mana of any color the way Lyzolda does. Stuff like: Basalt+Rings combo, Nooze+Palladium Myr+Pili-Pala, Rings+Voltaic Key, ... Yeah, there aren't a lot of infinite mana combos in Black/Red, are there?

That said, I don't think they're incompatible, since infinite activations of Grenzo make a lot of plays that already use the cards in the Doomsday pile. For example:

Yawgmoth's Will-->Lotus Petal-->Dark Ritual-->Doomsday--> the usual stack.

  • Or if you don't have access to Doomsday:

Yawgmoth's Will-->Reito Lantern--> the usual stack.

  • Or if you don't have access to Kiki+Conscripts:

Yawgmoth's Will--> infinite Walking Ballista

  • If you get an infinite combo before casting Grenzo you can also put infinite counters on him, and just get every creature out of your deck.

Even still though, infinite mana combos are always going to be 2 to 3 cards, while Doomsday is a single card. This gives Doomsday a much lower threshold of necessary tutors and set-up, and means that Doomsday should probably remain plan A for the deck.

LeaPlath on Guardians of Prague (Tron Golems)

1 month ago

Like one of trons strength is the power ramp engine, without needing to fill your deck with chaff. And one of the strengths of UW tron is access to Gifts Ungiven and Unburial Rites. I don't think you want to be UW. I think you want to be UG or G.

G gives you access to Ancient Stirrings which is big for lands and golems. I wouldn't play Gold/Silver Myr when Palladium Myr exists. Etherium Sculptor and the splicers aren't really where you want to be either.

Walking Ballista is great as removal as well.

Oloro_Magic on Epic Angel Midrange

1 month ago

Path to Exile is a must in this deck, I have played mono-white angels before and can say from experience that having that cheap removal is so important. As for ramp, Weathered Wayfarer is your best one-drop plus it synergizes with Path to Exile well so you don't have to worry about your opponent getting too far ahead. Gold Myr or Palladium Myr could be worth a look, I always found Gold Myr useful. Heliod, God of the Sun is not really necessary here unless you just love the card, and Akroma, Angel of Wrath is a single minded card. I would recommend cutting her completely and investing in an Akroma's Memorial as it affects all creatures not one that can just be Path to Exiled.

mcborkbork on Trollerangs

2 months ago

LeaPlath Aetherflux Reservoir and Boon Reflection play off of Anointer Priest and Increasing Devotion imprinted onto Panoptic Mirror and/or Isochron Scepter imprinted with any of the instants, the massive life gain Anointer Priest earns you from pumping out tokens through Increasing Devotion and Isochron Scepter constantly casting spells will give you an reasonable life lead to strike with Aetherflux Reservoir. Nightveil Specter and Sadistic Sacrament provide a way to mill out decks, sending them into exile prevents something like Elixir of Immortality from putting those cards back into play. Chromatic Lantern pairs together with Nightveil Specter to allow our mana to be any color and allow us to use any card in any opponent's deck, that way we're able to use the cards Nightveil Specter exiled. Elixir of Immortality is an extra layer of protection from all the important artifacts getting sent into the graveyard. Hedron Archive is an alternative to Palladium Myr since they're susceptible to spells that destroy creatures. Kambal, Consul of Allocation is a Trespasser's Curse for more spell-heavy decks that don't run many creatures to make Trespasser's Curse a real threat. Lightmine Field is an alternative to Norn's Annex for white decks where the Phyrexian/White mana isn't as much of a threat as decks without white. Path to Exile is for decks that keep pulling creatures from their graveyards. Staff of the Sun Magus is fodder for life gain since Isochron Scepter constantly casts white spells.

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