|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Aether Revolt (AER)||Mythic Rare|
|Masterpiece Series: Kaladesh Inventions (MPS)||Mythic Rare|
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- Isochron Scepter + Paradox Engine + Pyretic Ritual
- Desperate Ritual + Isochron Scepter + Paradox Engine
- Isochron Scepter + Lightning Bolt + Paradox Engine
Whenever you cast a spell, untap all nonland permanents you control.
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Paradox Engine Discussion
5 hours ago
I'm not sure what to tell you buddy. If you're in a creature heavy meta, Paradox Engine and Isochron Scepter exiling Reality Shift can be your best friend. Creatures on the board enable it, and if you're mana neutral from rocks, you can just chain it off of the manifested creature and exile everyones' libraries. Copy Artifact can go infinite as well on Scepter if you don't have engine out either, but you would need to have Dramatic Reversal exiled with either to do so, and you can combo off of really any spell effectively with it, for example you can cast Lightning Bolt infinitely if you choose this package. The deck is so modular that you can have multiple ways to win anywhere in the deck. Infinite combo is the way to go in this type of stax deck. You're not gonna pull off the consistency you'd want if you were to do anything else.
1 day ago
Shawasha: This deck is meant for a focused to optimized pod. When you say fast combo I assume you mean cEDH which this deck would definitely not work well. For cEDH, I would recommend looking at Captain Sissay with the Paradox Engine build. He is a pretty good hatebear/combo general capable of holding his own in a cEDH pod. Good luck!
1 day ago
1 day ago
That seems reasonable then lol. Coat of Arms is always a situational one. With Mind's Eye problem is, it costs one to draw. Still a good card though. What about Paradox Engine ? Give you untap engines etc. Could also consider Karametra, God of Harvests as ramp to help thin your deck with every spell. Cool deck though.
2 days ago
Hm. Random one - but have you considered Isochron Scepter ? Obviously it's great grindy tech - even if it's not able to exile counterspell - repeated removal. Furthermore - at that point you could surely include Paradox Engine in order to make infinite mana - and win with Assassin's Trophy . I know that it's an unorthodox strategy and doesn't beat a lot of your stax pieces, but you could also win via a sac' outlet and Gravecrawler at that point too - since glissa is also an elf. plus, having 2 mana draw 2 if you have glissa and clamp on board is pretty sweet.
While you don't run it at the moment - surely Birthing Pod is a no-brainer. You pod away a myr-retriever to get scrap-trawler and begin a KCI loop real quick.
Last suggestion to your manabase would have to be the lack of artifact-lands while running both Mox Opal and KCI - surely the bonus that offers is great enough to run them - as well as them being (bottom of the barrel) recursion targets for Glissa? With dust-bowl and glissa this allows you to fight through some hate - as it gives you a lands-based engine for gunning your opponent's manabase. The other land I'd suggest is Lake of the Dead as The mana advantage on it is incredible! While you're not going to play it on your first turn - the advantage you get from it is actually silly.
2 days ago
Right bradore, this isn't Jeskai Ascendancy. I would, however, recommend checking that list out. We want to make everyone's spells cost more, make it so everyone can only cast 1 spell per turn if any, and slow down the game. Paradox Engine is too clunky in this case being a 5 cmc non-creature spell. Seems pretty inefficient if we have to pay 8 mana just to cast it lol. It's creature-based combo
2 days ago
Sisay line: Paradox Engine , cast a spell, untap sisay and fetch cards in the following order, tapping them before each untap:
Let mike die at 0 counters, untap stutf, activate bow to bottom it, fetch it with Sisay again, rinse repeat and monument will drain for infinite damage.
5 days ago
It's only 150 Euro over here (And that's considered budget in our LGS compared to 1-2k decks some run):