Paradise Mantle

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Format Legality
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters Uncommon
Fifth Dawn Uncommon

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Paradise Mantle

Artifact — Equipment

Equipped creature has ": Add one mana of any color to your mana pool."

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Paradise Mantle Discussion

spinaltap on Who needs a library anyway?

1 week ago

Oloro_Magic Thanks for the feedback :) Brainstorm is definetely better pick... With Puresight Merrow + Paradise Mantle you can get to anything you need, so no need for scry, I would probably prefer a few more counterspells :)

seshiro_of_the_orochi on This is getting... Weird..

1 month ago

Yeah :D +1 from me for the first real weird tribal list i've seen.

You might want to try Paradise Mantle and Prophetic Ravings.

xyr0s on Project Weapons

1 month ago

Still not enough equipment to reliably combo, I think. You only need 1 creature to win... right? And then that one is loaded with things. So - 1 each of Kor Duelist, Etched Champion, and Goblin Gaveleer, and -3 Militant Inquisitor. The last one - the inquisitor - looks good, but it never gets its toughness out of Lightning Bolt range, and costs 3 mana.

Instead, more equipment: Accorder's Shield, Bone Saw and Paradise Mantle. This doesn't necessarily give a very strong attacker, but then you add in a couple of Ghirapur AEther Grid. That's an unexpected end from a deck, that seems to be all about small creatures and cheap equipment. But this only works if you have a pile of artifacts, therefore the additional equipment.

In regards to manabase: More scry-land, less random tapped-land. In this deck, finding equipment is important, gaining 1 life is (usually) not. Perhaps consider Darksteel Citadel as it can tap to activate Ghirapur AEther Grid.

Freezingfist on Project Weapons

1 month ago

in conjunction to what xyr0s suggests, I'd try and trim down your card count.

Anything over 60, and you decrease the consistency of your deck. You lose versitility, but you'll be more likely to draw your key pieces, when you need them.

Sigarda's Aid is fantastic with this kind of build. I'd go up to the playset, along with Puresteel Paladin and start adding every 0 drop equipment you can. Bone Saw Accorder's Shield Paradise Mantle.

Lastly, I'd consider swapping Lightning Greaves for Swiftfoot Boots... Once Lightning Greaves is equipped, you can't attach any more equipment to that creature.

I have a deck somewhat similar to this Korappy that uses a lot of these tactics. It was a budget-tribal build, but it may give you some other ideas.

Hope this helps!

PartyJ on Voltron-with-a-Senior-Edificer (Sram Equipment)

1 month ago

Another big update incoming. It's something that is part of my plan to try something out of the ordinary with white: a storm win!

I wil explain this playtest using the card changes:

OUT:

IN:

As you can see, this first update - a new alternate gameplan - might need some more improvements while we start testing. If you have any suggestions, knowing that I want to keep it voltron, but with a storm twist. Then let me know!

VraskaTheCursed on Budget-Friendly Breya Combo Deck

2 months ago

@cardplayer12345

actually, one of the reasons Tolaria West is so good is because it can transmute for lands.

but among some of the nonland cards I'd consider (not taking into account price, in no particular order): Hangarback Walker, Walking Ballista, Mox Diamond, Mox Opal, Paradise Mantle, Mana Crypt

What a gift!

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