Retreat to Coralhelm

Retreat to Coralhelm

Enchantment

Landfall &mdash Whenever a land enters the battlefield under your control, choose one —

  • You may tap or untap target creature.
  • Scry 1. (Look at the top card of your library. You may put that card on the bottom or your library.)
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Battle for Zendikar (BFZ) Uncommon

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Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Limited Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Highlander Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Pioneer Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Retreat to Coralhelm occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.01%

Retreat to Coralhelm Discussion

OmniDreamer on Tatyova Peasant EDH

1 month ago

Hi, I'm looking around the net for some ideas on building a new common/uncommon commander. Currently have Ghave and Animar built. I saw your list and was curious why you're not running either Windfall to go with Narset, Parter of Veils or Retreat to Coralhelm to go with your put land into play creatures like Sakura-Tribe Scout? Also Thwart synergizes with Tatyova's strategy.

Seems like your only ways to win are combat damage / infect with token creatures made from Rise from the Tides, Sprout Swarm, or Zendikar's Roil. Maybe possible taking someones Eldrazi or something with Take Possession. Do you think Centaur Glade would be a decent addition to your token producers?

How has the deck played out for you? Decent win ratio? What's your meta like (very casual, mid-power, high-power, competitive)?

Are there any infinite combos that you've considered? Maybe something like Peregrine Drake + Ghostly Flicker + Mnemonic Wall or maybe Temur Sabertooth + Peregrine Drake + some lands that tap for 2 mana. Infinite mana basically just gives you a lot of token creatures though. Maybe Capsize would be your way to end the game on the same turn you get infinite mana.

theninja97 on Yarok, the Infinitely Disgusting Garbage Pile

2 months ago

ThatGrimGuy I originally had them in the deck because I ran an infinite landfall combo using the bounce lands, Retreat to Coralhelm and Budoka Gardener. I’m tempted to run it back, but they do lead to feel-bass in the early game. For now, they allow more landfall triggers in the late game.

Pray_for_Snow on Uro Commander

2 months ago

I'm going to sort my recommendations by type for now since the deck is still below 100 cards; once we get to a full deck list, I'll come back and suggest some upgrades if you still want some help.

Artifacts

The Great Henge is very easy to cast once you have Uro on the board, and continues to draw you cards/gain life for you as play more creatures.

Sol Ring is a classic card in every commander deck, unless your playgroup bans it.

Simic Signet is a cheap mana rock that helps you use any colorless lands you have to make some colored mana.

Arcane Signet gives you cheap mana in either of your colors.

Thought Vessel for the increased maximum hand size; you'll probably end up with more than seven cards in hand if you can use Uro more than once in a single turn.

Altar of Dementia for milling out yourself or your opponent. You can use the stack to sacrifice Uro if you cast him from the command zone.

Panharmonicon will double your Uro triggers when it enters the battlefield, plus a few of your other creatures or artifacts like Springbloom Druid.

Crystal Shard will let you re-use your enter-the-battlefield triggers on your creatures

Blackblade Reforged will help you deal lethal damage once you get your ramping done.

Lightning Greaves protects Uro or other creatures you want to keep around while also hasting them.

Creatures

Sakura-Tribe Elder will ramp you and end up in your graveyard at the same time.

Arbor Elf will untap a land you need instead of adding {G}, which is better if you're playing with nonbasic Forest cards.

Wood Elves gets you a Forest from your library, and can even get a non-basic one. You can use it to chump-block someone later on as well to add another card to your graveyard.

Llanowar Elves and Elvish Mystic are the same card but still useful to help ramp.

Birds of Paradise is a classic commander card and can help you block flying creatures when you don't need it anymore.

Hedron Crab mills as you ramp, and you can choose to mill yourself if you're trying to win that way.

Satyr Wayfinder mills you while also grabbing a land card to put into your hand.

Eternal Witness brings back a card you want from your graveyard.

Golgari Grave-Troll will help mill you while also being a rather tough blocker/beater thanks to its regenerate ability.

World Shaper will mill you and also get back lands you milled when it dies.

Laboratory Maniac will secure you a win if you're milling yourself enough.

Misthollow Griffin can be cast from exile, allowing you to use it to cast Uro with escape repeatedly, and it will even block flying creatures for you.

Genesis helps you recycle creatures as long as it stays in the graveyard.

Tatyova, Benthic Druid makes your ramp spells (and Uro) better.

Rampaging Baloths gives you tokens for land drops, helpful for trying to close a game with combat damage.

Roil Elemental steals creatures as you play lands.

Reclamation Sage hits dangerous artifacts/enchantments you don't want around.

Enchantments

Bear Umbra protects a key creature while also untapping all your lands.

Song of the Dryads and Imprisoned in the Moon are both excellent at removing a dangerous threat.

Zendikar Resurgent is excellent for this deck for the extra mana and the card draw.

Elemental Bond will draw you cards for your big creatures.

Crop Sigil will mill you when you want to mill, and get back something important.

Retreat to Coralhelm helps you scry cards or tap/untap creatures for playing lands. If you have a way to mill exactly one card, you can mill your top card after scrying it if you want it in your graveyard.

Wilderness Reclamation untaps your lands for later use, especially useful if you want to leave mana untapped during your opponents' turns.

Instants and Sorceries

Cyclonic Rift is your best board wipe.

Beast Within is your best single-target removal.

Counterspell, Swan Song, and Negate are good counterspells to leave open.

Voidslime is great and is a very useful and board tool for stopping combos.

Life from the Loam gets back lands from your graveyard, and mills you with Dredge.

Windfall hopefully refills your hand and can disrupt your opponents.

Cultivate and Kodama's Reach ramp you. So does Circuitous Route.

Finale of Devastation is a win condition, tutor, and reanimation spell all in one.

Lands

Alchemist's Refuge gives you flash on all your spells.

Reliquary Tower fixes any issues you might have with drawing too many cards at once.

Field of the Dead gives you tokens to block with, and is extremely easy to activate in this deck.

Arch of Orazca draws you cards with extra mana.

Blighted Woodland ramps you up.

Command Tower is a staple for a reason. The reason is that it is good. Play it.

Breeding Pool helps fix your mana and is a Forest card for your ramp spells.

Simic Growth Chamber fixes your mana and bounces back a land for any Landfall triggers you might want to reuse.

Flooded Grove fixes your mana.

Waterlogged Grove fixes mana, draws you a card, and ends up in the graveyard when you don't need it anymore.

Simic Guildgate is a gate that can be fetched out with Circuitous Route.

I left out some big money cards, since those can be upgrades for later. I didn't check if these additions would put you over 100 cards, but you can throw in anything else afterwards and just try out whatever seems fun.

Barometer_Soup on Merieke Ri Berit Commander

2 months ago

Cut: Tidewater Minion - There is better stuff imo Acquire - Too dependent on the opponent's deck having a good/useful artifact. Mirrormade - Should be switched for something that straight up steal stuff instead of copying it. A mana rock - I think you could go down to 6

Add: Agent of Treachery - More versatile than Acquire AND removed the card from your opponents control. Hostage Taker - Replace Mirrormade Retreat to Coralhelm - Replace Tidewater Minion (scry if you don't need to tap!) Bane of Bala Ged - Decent hitter that also exiles.

Gracco on Naya Zoo

2 months ago

Bojuka Bog is a side deck option since you main deck the 4 KotR and also 1 Sejiri Steppe main deck is an option. Consider running 1 Blue/x shock land that you can fetch so you can include some number of Retreat to Coralhelm for the combo play with KotR. Also, side note, I have won games before with the Retreat and Knight combo by using a Path to Exile on one of my own creatures to trigger the Retreat and go off, although having to do this is usually never optimal. OUaT is not needed in the list. Also some number of the RW Nahiri and 1 big Emrakul can be a really nice win condition in the deck. The 3 mana Thalia main deck is amazing. Some number of Lightning Helix and Skullcrack in the 75 is also suggested. Here is the list I have piloted before as an example of the perspective I am coming from with these suggestions: http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/naya-knightfall-2/ The main deck in this list is made with using the most card types for Tarmogoyf in mind.

jaredtritsch on Radagast, the Bant - Chulane Landfall EDH

3 months ago

I'm not sure how this is infinite mana? The lands come into play tapped.

However Retreat to Coralhelm + bounceland + Sakura-Tribe Scout /like does get you infinite landfall triggers, since the bounceland can bounce itself. You dont even need Chulane. That plus the addons you describe work as intended, but its not infinite mana.

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