Recoup

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Custom Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Duel Decks: Sorin vs. Tibalt (DDK) Uncommon
Odyssey (ODY) Uncommon

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Recoup

Sorcery

Target sorcery card in your graveyard gains flashback until end of turn. The flashback cost is equal to its mana cost. (Mana cost includes color.)

Flashback {3}{R} (You may cast this card from your graveyard for its flashback cost. Then exile it.)

Recoup Discussion

SynergyBuild on Commander 2019...

2 weeks ago

ZendikariWol, I think Sevinne, the Chronoclasm is actually really fun.

To start, it combos with one of my favorite cards from last year's set, Reality Scramble , IDK how good that is, but it'd be a blast.

For real value, I think the deck looks to be a graveyard value control deck. Maybe a bit of prison, considering how you can become 'immortal' by enchanting Sevinne, the Chronoclasm with a Pariah , or equipping it with a Pariah's Shield .

Swiftfoot Boots , Champion's Helm , etc. to protect it, then abuse it's ability to combo with Flashback, like Deep Analysis , jumpstart like Chemister's Insight , retrace like Oona's Grace , and aftermath like Refuse / Cooperate

Total, there are a lot of good spells to abuse with it:

Flashback -

Cackling Counterpart

Deep Analysis

Desperate Ravings

Echo of Eons

Faithless Looting

Firebolt

Increasing Devotion

Increasing Vengeance

Mystic Retrieval

Past in Flames

Recoup

Scour All Possibilities

Think Twice

Jump-Start -

Quasiduplicate

Radical Idea

Beacon Bolt

Chemister's Insight

Risk Factor

Retrace -

Oona's Grace

Reality Scramble

Call the Skybreaker

Aftermath -

Leave / Chance

Failure / Comply

Farm / Market

Reduce / Rubble

Refuse / Cooperate

Support:

Mission Briefing

Snapcaster Mage

Quiet Speculation

Runic Repetition

Catalyst Stone

That's all I can think of right now, if I remember any more sweet cards with Sevinne, I'll tell you!

Yesterday on Beyond (Censored as it discerns "something")

1 month ago

What are composite prinnies?

My folders aren't very organised. [Not My Commander] is my only folder where I include other people's decks, and literally only just started doing that a few days ago. Yours is the second one I've added, so I don't really have any context for it yet. Rest assured I like the idea of your deck a lot.

Yeah, no love lost for the Worldgorger Dragon here either. It needs more than decent support in the form of reanimation and countermagic, and if your deck isn't all about that then it's not necessarily a great fit. I just mentioned it because it's an interesting card that cares about exiled stuff. I won't be offended in the least if you don't adopt a suggestion of mine, in case you're concerned about that. It's your deck, dude. I'm just here to help.

Lion's Eye Diamond is crazy expensive, money-wise. For that reason, I personally don't think it's ever worth running unless you're building at least a somewhat competitive deck, unless you just happen to have one handy. On the other hand, if you do only play casually with friends then they probably won't mind if you run a tournament-illegal version of Yawgmoth's Will – there are gold-bordered signed collector's versions available for significantly less than the regular cost (with Yawgmoth's Will on magiccardmarket ATM, it's €7.00 as opposed to the official card that's €23.95). They don't have a standard MtG back on them though, so you'll need to be using sleeves to use them.

So, Doomsday . If you don't like it, then don't run it. But as I understand it, a lot of those packages run 3-4 draw spells, Laboratory Maniac , and maybe some countermagic support. Considering this is what's in your deck ATM, I'll run with that. It's another all-in strategy and once again; if your Lab Maniac gets countered or killed before you draw the card, it pretty much means that you lose. I know a lot of people run Gitaxian Probe and other super-cheap draw spells in this package, the idea being to cast them all in the one turn and then win. If you want to stick with the Flashback theme, there's Faithless Looting and Scour All Possibilities and Echo of Eons which you already run, and then there's Deep Analysis and Think Twice . None of these is particularly expensive money-wise. Also, I know this is exactly the opposite of what you're looking for, but if Doomsday is to be a legit wincon for this deck then you might want to reconsider cutting Mirror of Fate . It's rarely an amazing card, but in this deck if things are going well, basically stands to serve as a second Doomsday, which is exactly what every Doomsday deck wants.

As for the landbase, how exactly did you want to revise it? There are a lot of interesting things to be done with lands, but I've usually just forgone those when it comes to 4+ colour mana bases (particularly if budget means running slow fetch lands like Bad River as opposed to Polluted Delta ). Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth is good in any deck that uses black. I know you're not running any other Slivers, but Path of Ancestry is still a decent land in 5-colour decks that aren't high-end competitive - just read it as a Command Tower that enters tapped, which is still pretty great in non-competitive EDH. If you are okay with a couple of a taplands, Grand Coliseum is also great. On the other end, Tarnished Citadel is good for mana right now if you need it.


Now, for some suggestions on Flashback and other cards to cut.

I think you have just a couple too many recursion effects for instant and sorcery spells. Cards like Pull from the Deep are pretty decent because they get you two-for-one, as in you spend one card to gain access to two.

Conversely, something like Recoup probably isn't so good - it only gives you access to one card when you cast it, and you need to have the mana available to cast it that same turn. It's not an awful card, it has Flashback which both gives it more utility than for which I'm giving it credit and also fits this deck's theme. But you have an above-average amount of recursion spells and if you are actively looking for something to cut, this'd be something I'd recommend.

I think Sins of the Past is a decent card, but not great unless you have a number of really great bombs in your deck. If you don't have a fair number of high-cost, high-impact spells to target with it, it becomes an expensive 1-for-1. Similarly, Mystic Retrieval can be good when things are going your way and it sort of fits the theme, but in the early- to mid-game it can really suck to be left with only this card in your hand. When making cuts, you'll generally want to cut the cards that, at some points of the game, do straight-up nothing. Unfortunately, Mystic Retrieval kinda fits the bill here.

All Suns' Dawn is a great recursion spell, but less good when you lean away from a few colours. Considering you already have a number of other great spells in your deck, I don't know about this one in this scenario. I think basically, you'll want a few low-end and a few high-end recursion spells.

Some cards I would cut when push comes to shove —

  1. All Suns' Dawn
  2. Creeping Renaissance
  3. Flood of Recollection
  4. Increasing Confusion
  5. Roar of the Wurm
  6. Sins of the Past
  7. The Great Aurora
  8. Tombfire
  9. Force of Rage
  10. Oracle of Dust
  11. Feldon's Cane
  12. Force of Virtue

Dischord on Feldon of the Third Deck

2 months ago

Duplicant is really good in Feldon! You should try it out, it's a really key piece of removal, especially against indestructible threats.

Wheel effects are also really good in Feldon, which is why you should totally add in Reforge the Soul ! It gets cards in your graveyard and draws you a fresh hand, perfect for what Feldon needs.

Finally, I think you need to run a couple more lands - at least 34. I would try cutting Recoup and Twinflame , both cards are kind of lackluster compared to the other cards of similar effect in your deck. Hope this helps!

Jett2112 on A Storm of Forks

3 months ago

Thanks for the big ups and the recs yall. What I really need is help figuring out what to cut for upcoming technology in war of the spark. I am open to the idea of running more card advantage gimmicks like Recoup but I don't think the rest of the recs so far make the cut for these reasons...

Price of Progress blows me out when I play reactive instant to stop opposing combos. Dire Fleet Daredevil gets me a spell but didn't make it red so it can't be conspired in most situations meaning dire fleets ceiling is much lower than Recoup or Regrowth . Flashfires won't really hit my meta and even when playing in the wild my combo isn't as weak to Path to Exile as counter spells. For Howl of the Horde I just don't ever want to attack so raid feels bad.

Octrate on A Storm of Forks

3 months ago

Salutations, my glorious goblin gaining gamer. I've come to pitch a few quick ideas I had while I was perusing your decklist here. I hope a few of these are somewhat helpful.

While I myself have not played a Wort deck, I must commend you for a very stylistic choice. I have perhaps one or two ideas to bounce off of you, and I'd love to know what you think of them. They are Recoup , Howl of the Horde , Dire Fleet Daredevil , and Price of Glory . I play a Neheb the Eternal list in a meta that sometimes does feature a few pesky blue mages, so I've played a bit with Price of Glory as a method to "dissuade" them from interfering with me. I've also found Howl of the Horde to be quite a fun card, so I must know what you think of it yourself.

I hope I've sparked some inspiration. Thank you for posting your list here. Cheers!

Coward_Token on "Bird Leaf" | Feather EDH

4 months ago

I thought of you right away when I saw this one, congrats. My musings, hopefully it's not all Captain Obvious:

  • You seem to have already picked up on it but Feather can recur spells on the end of each turn so Instants are a bit preferable (and Flash-enablers)

  • Mark of Asylum , Tajic, Legion's Edge and/or The Wanderer might be nice for more when you want to burn your own critters

  • I'm not sure how Flashback & Jump-Start interacts with Feather's ability, but if it turn out to be OK spells with that are a bit less dependent on your commander being out since you can cast them once from your hand without her, and then safely recur them again once she's on the field. Some combination of Recoup , Past in Flames or even Jaya Ballard might also be used to enable the recursion of lost spells.

  • No Sunforger ? Seems pretty perfect here, for more than two reasons

  • Harness by Force is basically Threaten with Buyback if that's your jam

NINJA1492 on Saheeli, Combo Queen

6 months ago

Value Cards:

Mirrorworks with most of the deck, Voltaic Key for ramp, Paradox Engine for ramp, Tawnos, Urza's Apprentice for copying value, and Mindslaver for recurrable control

Recovery cards:

Goblin Welder , Daretti, Scrap Savant , Codex Shredder , Recoup , Scrap Mastery

Removal:

Chaos Warp , Spine of Ish Sah , Nevinyrral's Disk , Oblivion Stone

Protection:

Ensnaring Bridge

Tutors:

Inventors' Fair , Kuldotha Forgemaster , Saheeli's Directive (artifact genesis wave, not a tutor but close), Fabricate , Trophy Mage , Whir of Invention , Mystical Tutor , Tezzeret the Seeker

Card Draw:

Sensei's Divining Top , Padeem, Consul of Innovation , Wheel of Fortune , Mind's Eye , Jhoira, Weatherlight Captain , Stroke of Genius , Sai, Master Thopterist

Combos: Infinite Mana:

Rings of Brighthearth + Basalt Monolith ,

Metalworker or Gilded Lotus or Basalt Monolith or Thran Dynamo or Mana Vault or Grim Monolith + Voltaic Construct + Karn, Silver Golem ,

Su-Chi + Nim Deathmantle + Ashnod's Altar or Krark-Clan Ironworks (add Purphoros, God of the Forge for infinite damage too)

Krark-Clan Ironworks + Scrap Trawler + Myr Retriever + Sol Ring or Mana Vault or Grim Monolith or Mox Opal . Add Pyrite Spellbomb , Mind Stone , Solemn Simulacrum , Commander's Sphere , or Ichor Wellspring to draw your deck. Pyrite Spellbomb and Mycosynth Lattice on board or Mox Opal lets you do infinite damage with this loop too. Hangarback Walker in this loop makes infinite 1/1 tokens. Walking Ballista in this loop does infinite damage. Aetherflux Reservoir on board leads to infinite life (because the loop takes casting 3+ spells) and thus infinite damage.

Infinite Mana Outlets:

Walking Ballista , Retrofitter Foundry , Staff of Domination ( add Aetherflux Reservoir to kill), Stroke of Genius , Comet Storm

Infinite turns:

Prototype Portal + Ugin's Nexus

Wipe Your Opponents:

Mycosynth Lattice + overloaded Vandalblast

or Mycosynth Lattice + Darksteel Forge + Oblivion Stone

DofaLord on Licia, the Sanguine Storm

1 year ago

Don't feel obligated to respond, this is kind of unreasonable and unrelated.

Do you believe that this deck can work on a hardcore budget?(under $100) I initially thought that most of its 'core' cards aren't super expensive, and i was interested in building this. after looking at the more costly cards, it looks like most of the extra money is in tutors and the manabase - do you think it can be done? or does the combo need those cheap cards so badly? This is what I have so far:

Yawgmoth's Will -> Recoup --- Fork -> Mana Geyser --- Entomb -> Demonic Collusion --- Sensei's Divining Top -> Crystal Ball This one is sketchy --- Demonic Tutor -> Tainted Pact --- Vampiric Tutor -> Diabolic Tutor --- Serra Ascendant -> Sphinx-Bone Wand --- Phyrexian Arena -> Ambition's Cost ---- Austere Command -> Planar Cleansing --- Necropotence -> Painful Truths --- Cloud Key -> primal amulet --- Lotus Petal -> Pentad Prism --- Tithe -> Terrarion --- Abeyance -> Niveous Wisps ---

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Recoup occurrence in decks from the last year

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