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Prismatic Omen Discussion
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1 day ago
Thank you for the suggestions HerculesMorse!
I will try some of these on my tests! Ulvenwald Tracker is kinda suitable, and I like the flavor. The Servant of the Scale is also good, they are both 1 drop, which is very nice. Return to the Ranks seems kinda side for me. And finally Prismatic Omen... It is very expensive!
2 days ago
to improve the consistency, i would try to get one or two of the colors to act as a "splash" if at all possible.
if not, consider putting some more more mana fixing items such as Prismatic Omen and eliminate one time use mana fixing such as expedition map. Shard Convergence is a nice card, and worth keeping, but be careful that you do not use too many cards like that.
a solid mana base would include dual lands, shock lands and fetch lands (pay a life). for your build however, I would recommend eliminating lands that are rakdos and one other black producing land. thus about 8 dual type lands, 8 shock lands, and 8 fetch lands. =24 lands.
then you are left with some basics, I would recommend: 0 swamp, 1 plains, 1 mountain, 1 island, and 2 forests (since both dual lands and shock lands are searchable) = 5 basic lands (29 total)
last we have the utility lands: command, zigarot, forbidden, exotic, sliver hive, urborg, bojuka, reliquary, cavern of souls. =9 legend/utility lands (38 total)
with this build of lands, it would make black more of a splash color, but because of the dual lands and shock lands you will have access to plenty of black despite the low occurrence of it. this build also strengthens the customization of the colors since it makes at least 16 lands searchable with at least 7 or so cards that can tap for black. you also have both mana slivers, homing slivr, miriars wake, and muddle the mixture which will serve you well for finding your mana.
2 days ago
Thank you :). For a more aggressive and faster Version is a faster manabase important, preferably without taplands. In my current playgroup I don't have to rush and K&T get played on turn 4 in 90% of the time.
For Manafixing: Prismatic Omen
For Protection: Glacial Chasm
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1 week ago
@Lame_Duck: Yeah I think once I get Liliana, the Last Hope, Horizon Canopy, and Nahiri, the Harbinger in here, I'll have to consider Chromatic Lantern or Prismatic Omen. It would also allow me to play something like Blood Moon for even more obnoxiousness.
I'm really considering Prismatic Omen for the same reasons you recommended Chromatic Lantern, in addition to being able to board in a Scapeshift package out of the sideboard as an alternate win condition.
1 week ago
WhisperingBlade, hey man, all good questions. So as far as the commands go, I NEVER have a time where I hate to see a Primal Command. Austere can be tricky if my opponent has no board state, but the same is true for all wraths. I haven't really had much issue getting the mana to cast either, either. Pulse of Murasa is by far the most synergistic card in the deck. It just does so much. It's also just phenomenal in the current aggro-based metagame. Cream of the Crop I thought was maybe a bit to ambitious when I first played it, but it absolutely shits on the game when I have an active Emeria. It lets me set up my draw every turn. It's also just never irrelevant. Prismatic Omen really helps in the late game, but can be really clunky in the early game as it just doesn't do enough. If this were 3 colors, I would 100% be running 3 of them just for fixing sake, but I like the 2 for now, as I only ever want to draw one. Onto my sideboard choices. Honestly the 1-1 split between Pridemage and Seal is actually because I am still testing to see which I like best. This far, the seal has been putting in work for me, but the seal is not recurrable by Emeria. That's why I want to test extensively with both. Sigarda, Host of Herons should basically say "destroy target Jund/Abzan deck" because that is literally what it does. It's so good in literally any midrange/control matchup as a closer for when they have enough removal to handle Sunny-T. Hope all of this helps you get a little more depth. If you still have any questions, feel free to ask. Thanks!!