Reito Lantern


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

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Set Rarity
Conspiracy (CNS) Uncommon
Champions of Kamigawa (CHK) Uncommon

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Reito Lantern


(3): Put target card in a graveyard on the bottom of its owner's library.

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Reito Lantern Discussion

mith_mandos on Grenzo, Hellbent Warden

3 weeks ago

Hi SynergyBuild,

Thanks for the upvote and the suggestions! I really like Oppression. I think I left it out of my first build of this deck because I was worried that it would be too ... oppressive. Perhaps I will playtest with it some and see how it goes, I just worry that it will draw a lot of hate. On the other hand, I haven't really found too many powerful effects that will progress the discard route fast enough to slow down my play group.

I have tried to avoid running too many non-creature based effect. I find creatures can be found from the bottom of your graveyard by using lots of grenzo activation and can be recurred using Reito Lantern. This is why I have considered running Magus of the Abyss over something like Call to the Grave

t3hdarkness on Mercenary Rebels

4 weeks ago

What's your philosophy here? What do you want your deck to do?

Bound in Silence fits better than Pacifism since you can tutor for it. Same thing with Big Game Hunter over one of your kill spells. Pious Warrior and Shield Dancer make pretty good surprise blockers too.

Junktroller, Mistveil Plains, and Reito Lantern add a little redundancy to Lin Sivvi, Defiant Hero, Mercenary Informer, and Rebel Informer.

You've also got pieces to a few combos but they would need a few more parts. Teysa, Orzhov Scion combos with Darkest Hour but it really needs a Blood Artist and Ashnod's Altar to work. Cho-Manno, Revolutionary combos with Pariah and Pariah's Shield. Those two also combo with Stuffy Doll.

One last Card. Conspiracy turns every creature into Rebels or Mercenaries, letting you tutor for any creature in your deck.

Ravenrose on Protean Chromium, Elder Dragon

1 month ago

Voltron is a very interesting strategy to employ with Chromium. I have wanted to see what people do with him the moment I saw the leak. May I suggest you take Reito Lantern into consideration? Have a closer look at Tunnel Vision and then read Reito Lantern again. It's cloak and dagger but sometimes needs must. Telepathy will ensure you know exactly what your opponents will be up to. Esper Charm is basic Esper goodstuff. How exactly do you deal with boardwipes? Out of curiosity.

Would you be so kind as to give me some advice on one or two of my own decks? I specifically have my newest deck, Morai, and my dragon deck in mind.

Daedalus19876 on Grenzo, Sliver Warden

3 months ago

Have you considered Reito Lantern as another way to recycle creatures?

Mana Echoes is amazing with any tribal deck obviously. I like your scrying theme with Grenzo, although you forgot Magma Jet and Fated Conflagration.

Your deck is short 1 card - you only have 99 including your commander - and you have FAR too many lands (I would definitely not run more than 36, especially with such a low curve). You also have no draw effects, very little ramp, and almost no removal - I'd try Herald's Horn, Sol Ring, Braid of Fire, Talisman of Indulgence, Phyrexian Arena, Grim Haruspex, Night's Whisper, Decree of Pain, Toxic Deluge, and Patriarch's Bidding, maybe?

DrLitebur on Phenax Mill commander deck help?

4 months ago

Tunnel Vision plus Reito Lantern or Junktroller makes a perfect entire library mill. Put a non-basic land card on the bottom, name it, and presto, instant mill.

suarkdivad on Ascension to the Throne

4 months ago

Reito Lantern is both really good with Sunforger and also graveyard removal (albeit somewhat slow for that). You might not need another Misteveil Plains, but I dig it in Sunforger decks. I actually used it once to keep from getting decked by restocking my library one card at a time with exactly the card I wanted... that's pretty niche but was also awesome.

Warhammer39999 on Splinterfright's Something-or-Other

4 months ago

Sorry, meant to put bullets to make examples easier to read:

Warhammer39999 on Splinterfright's Something-or-Other

4 months ago

I like the twist on the theme, though I wonder if it's not playing too hard against itself. For example, Gurzigost is counter intuitive to this deck as he plays against the Splinterfright. While you might want to retrieve some items from your graveyard, you may be better off just sticking things there that you're happy putting there.

Abilities that work well with this strategy include: Cycling, discard effects (including Spellshapers, & Grandeur, & Dredge) and effects that also benefit from having things in the graveyard (Threshold and Delirium). Other cards that boost themselves based upon graveyard contents (since you're already B&G, I'd suggest Lhurgoyf, Mortivore, and Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord).

I also would tend to eschew non-creature spells, as they don't help pump Splinterfright. For example:

Bow of Nylea (grants deathtouch) -> Archetype of FinalityReito Lantern (fills library) -> Epitaph Golem, Junktroller, or Canal DredgerRing of Kalonia (gives trample) -> Brawn

Those are just some ideas. If you'd like to see what I did with this deck, you can see it here:

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