Panharmonicon

Panharmonicon

Artifact

If an artifact or creature entering the battlefield causes a triggered ability of a permanent you control to trigger, that ability triggers an additional time.

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Pioneer Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Panharmonicon occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.07%

Red: 0.28%

Black: 0.16%

Golgari: 0.09%

Panharmonicon Discussion

ManaPickler on Karlov, Leader of the Ghost Mafia

4 days ago

Hey COOZCOOZCOOZ, saw the new updates and it's looking good. I'm definetly gonna have to pick up a Shadowspear for my list. And was wondering if you've tried Daxos, Blessed by the Sun yet? I just added him to my list but haven't seen him in action yet.

I would strongly recommend cutting Erebos, God of the Dead, he was an early cut for me. All of the playgroups I've been in have always been able to steal or clone efficiently and it's rough to get shutdown by your own card. Also, Divinity of Pride would always seem to force a board wipe when I ran it and I couldn't gain anything from running it. And Obzedat's Aid and/or Unburial Rites could easily be switched out for things like Whip of Erebos or Mimic Vat if your looking to repeatedly reanimate.

Some cards I have found to really work with any playgroup are Leonin Elder, Golem's Heart and Paradise Plume. And it took me awhile, but I finally got my hands on an O-Naginata, as I've tried to focus my equipment package towards trample and low equip costs. Also, where's Panharmonicon???? Card was made for things like soul sister's package.

Anyways, my recommendations are based on my games and playgroups. Hope this helps.

TheBooman on Polukronos, the Unrotating

5 days ago

You are entirely correct, and after reviewing I decided that Panharmonicon was a good card to take out to put in Phyrexian Arena as this deck does suffer from emptying hand early and not really refilling

McToters on Naban, Dean of Irritation

1 week ago

Wow, this is super fascinating! I’ve never seen a mono-blue deck like this before. Naban is a great choice for a commander. Hopefully some of my advice will help! These are just my initial thoughts.

1) Hot Damn, 55 creatures! That’s the most I’ve ever seen in a deck. I can see how it works with your commander though. So that’s pretty neat you’ve been able to make that work. Props to you on that. I think you have some room to take a few out though and add some good game-changers in.

2) I see a pathway to a little more efficiency if you do take some creatures out and you put in cards like Sculpting Steel, Mirrorworks or Mirage Mirror to copy your Panharmonicon. If you do that you can add in Fabricate, Inventors' Fair, Reshape, and Tezzeret the Seeker. At least this is the route I would go because it heavily backs up support for Panharmonicon—the only other card that does what your commander does. I know you don’t want to make this an artifact deck but with those handful of cards you can have a faster way to get what you want out since you already have easy access to your commander. And in the event your commander is targeted too much you have an alternative to copying your triggers.

3) I think I you should add in Cloudstone Curio from your maybe board if you already own it or can afford it. Helps bounce creatures back to your hand to play again for value. Also, if you add in those cards from my second bullet point you’ll have another useful artifact to tutor for. Altar of the Brood isn’t even a terrible idea either. I kind if like that actually.

4) Most likely unnecessary but since you are going tribal, have you ever entertained the thought of using Arcane Adaptation? It would enable you to add in some bomb non-wizards that could still count as wizards. Probably something you may not want to do but seems like it could open up some different options.

Awesome deck! +1

TypicalTimmy on Spellslicer

1 week ago

I disagree, Lanzo493. Artifact / enchantment removal on a stick is very potent. Most players in EDH don't run removal of either, and most that do run more artifact removal than enchantment removal.

Having the option to do either, and keeping it colorless so it can fit into any deck, is a great design. It gives all decks a tool they can use, at any point in the game, against any type of player.

This smooths out some bumps that are caused by lack of interactions if players just run into the problem of building their decks wrong. This also means that players don't need to build redundant cards into their decks that have no viable targets.

What this does is effectively turn every single creature you have on the field into A/E removal, which is actually extremely powerful.

You can take out someone's Sol Ring, Panharmonicon, Smothering Tithe, Leyline of Sanctity etc with a single contact. That is great.

ShreddedByCrows on Surrakar tribal challenge

1 week ago

Cool concept, even if it's pretty hard to match. A bit of an easy take on your theme, but why don't you play some Shapeshifters as a way to have more Surrakar? Tribal cards also could help.

As Surrakars' living places are mostly wild forests and underground rivers, there's a lot to do with that without having to back up only on the Zendikar's expansions.

1.) River cards:

  • River of Tears not the best land you could find, but fits in there

  • Underground River certainly an essential

  • Bad River cheap fetchland fitting the theme

  • Rushing River great removal, really underplayed, fits the theme / you can try something revolving around self land destruction if you decide to give it a try (Crop Rotation, Crucible of Worlds, Wasteland, etc.)

  • River Kelpie interesting creature, which design feels otherworldly and weird, according to the Surrakars /n needs a graveyard gameplan to be effective, and that will seem fine (obvious synergy is [card:Cauldron of Souls] and it's a playable card in there) / pretty good interactions with Yarok / card draw

  • Carpet of Flowers staple in lots of decks for mana production, depends on your playgroup though

  • Dire Undercurrents excellent synergies with Yarok, enabling your creatures without etb-abilities to be more effective / card draw, card advantage

  • Undermine weird counterspell, not really that good, not bad either / illustration matches with the theme

2.) Cave cards:

3.) Cloning your Surrakars cards:

  • Mirror of the Forebears not the most flavourful one, but gives you a cheap way to get more Surrakars so it deserves being at least mentioned

  • Fated Infatuation same comment as for the Mirror, with the advantage of the more abstract card name / waterpoint in the illustration

  • Mimic Vat classic card, not the most flavourful

  • Wall of Stolen Identity more of a Ravnica-themed card, but worth mentioning

  • Phantasmal Image if you can alter a bit the card's image, it could be some Surrakar there / otherwise, it's a good card, and the illustration is strange enough to not injure your theme-deck-style imo

  • Metamorphic Alteration also a nice one

  • Mirror Image not as good as the others, still a wildish illustration style according well with Surrakars

  • Unstable Shapeshifter funny card, a quality+ illustration

  • Bramble Sovereign Surrakars also living in the Guum Wilds/Tangled Vale, this one feels really good / has some interactions with Yarok

  • Rite of Replication Zendikar-themed, water-themed, excellent card, good interactions with Yarok

  • Supplant Form let's just assume for a while that this is Surrakar's magic lel

  • Dual Nature yeh it is slow, but it is strong / interactions with Yarok

4.) Tribal outlet:

5.) Yarok outlet

6.) Other cards

I hope you'll find something helpful amongst those suggestions, keep on brewing and thanks for sharing it!

Azeworai on Animar Elemental Tribal

1 week ago

Okay, so I am quite fond of brews that are delectation to pilot, but I am beholden to recommend some changes.

Now, Panharmonicon is a fantastic card, but there are only eleven ways to trigger the thing in this deck. Two of those are Draining Whelk and Grave Sifter, so, whilst they may have their moments, they seem lacking for doubling _ETB_s. This is my same opinion for Conjurer's Closet; what value is blinking something? Flameshadow Conjuring is in the same boat. These all become useless far too quickly, save for maybe Risen Reef shenanigans. Bramble Sovereign somewhat falls under the same folly, but I don't believe it to be as narrow.

Another thing to consider is the mana costs of cards. The majority of your curve is at three, which is probably when you would want to cast your commander. Ramp at two mana is far more ideal, as athwart to Keyrunes and Cluestones. I'd cut Temur Banner, Harrow, Gruul Keyrune for Talisman of Curiosity, Talisman of Impulse, and Rampant Growth. Wayfarer's Bauble is also of note. Llanowar Elves, Fyndhorn Elves, and Elvish Mystic each can draw cards off of some of your effects late-game whilst being incredibly effective early.

Pillar of Origins is a fine card, but it only produces mana for elemental, being twenty cards in your deck and the commander. This leaves seven lands with activated abilities and forty-two nonland, non-elemental cards that cannot be used with the Pillar. I would just use Talisman of Creativity.

Seeing as that you have ramp in the command zone, doubling down on card draw seems important. Guardian Project, Beast Whisperer, Garruk, Caller of Beasts, Primordial Sage, and Vanquisher's Banner can draw off of each creature. Kindred Discovery is an especially potent one. Shamanic Revelation and Collective Unconscious each can refill the hand well, but Tishana, Voice of Thunder may just be the best form of this effect.

I would perhaps include more elementals and/or more creature tutors. Perhaps specific creatures for situations, such as Collector Ouphe and Reclamation Sage.

If budget so allows, Thassa, God of the Sea, Rhystic Study, Sylvan Library, and Cyclonic Rift are as good as they are played.

Specific to your deck, Vivien, Champion of the Wilds just seems lovely.

Seeing the decklist, it seems to have a sparse amount of interaction. Reality Shift, Incubation / Incongruity, Imprisoned in the Moon, Song of the Dryads, Lignify, Pongify, and Rapid Hybridization are some to consider. Kenrith's Transformation even replaces itself.

I run Decimate in every deck I can. It is absolutely amazing and has literally never been lacking.

Some counter magic is always great; Supreme Will, Counterspell, and Forbid are some favourites of mine.

That shall be all from me!

I do have a couple of tribal decks along the same route as this if you so wish to peer upon them: Eladamri, Leader of Skyshroud The River Anew

Good luck and happy casting.

Archon_Bel on Epharan High Culture (Ephara, God of the Polis)

2 weeks ago

Gurkins

Thanks for the post! I actually had Nadir Kraken in the deck during the first few test runs, and you're right that it works extremely well with Ephara. I'm not entirely sure why I took it out in the first place, but I suppose it was because I was worried that I might come to a point where I wouldn't have enough mana to keep up for both using thr kraken's effect and keeping up answers. Still, its synergy with Ephara is notable, so I think it's worth it for me to put it back in or at least keep it on standby in my collection.

As for not using counterspells, I can't really say for sure how well that'll really work out for me in the end; I haven't really been able to test the deck against real opponents lately.

In previous games, my way of controlling the game and boardstate was by using my creatures' EtB abilities. Cards like Reflector Mage and Venser, Shaper Savant can simply bounce any potentially problematic creatures an opponent might cast, resulting in a tempo loss and wasted investments for them. This strategy is made even more effective by cards like Panharmonicon and my other blink creatures/spells like Soulherder and Ephemerate. With my bouncers out, they essentially turn those cards into pseudo-removal while fulfilling Ephara's trigger.

At least, that's how it's meant to work in theory. Situations like a Vorinclex coming down or some guy casting a board wipe are the reasons I'm still considering running a few counters in here. I'm not really sure what to cut, though.

As for lands, I generally haven't had a lot of trouble with getting the appropriate colors or issues with taplands. Most of the lands I have that can come in tapped have easily fulfillable conditions to have them come in untapped while cards like Temple of Enlightenment or Myriad Landscape are useful for their manafixing and utility.

abbatromebone on I like it so it's mine

2 weeks ago
  • You want the blue god from Theros beyond death it blinks things for free at each of your end steps. 12 shocks is a lot. 26 land is probably good. You want a high land count to hit 7.
  • Panharmonicon is a 4 mana do nothing card. Its good when you get your card but at 4 mana its really expensive. You need more cards that get you to the late game and filter through your deck. Like Opt and serum vision. Counterspells and removal to hold the game to the late game like mana leak and path to exil.
  • You may also want to include cards like muldrifter.
  • I can certainly help more but i feel this is a good start for help. If you have questions on this deck or other decks I am more than happy to comment. I am also more than happy to build my own version of this deck to show you how I would change things.
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