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Revel in Riches
Whenever a creature an opponent controls dies, create a colorless Treasure artifact token with "T, Sacrifice this artifact: Add one mana of any color to your mana pool."
At the beginning of your upkeep, if you control ten or more Treasures, you win the game.
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Revel in Riches Discussion
1 day ago
Primal Amulet Flip makes your spells cheaper and can copy them as well. Revel in Riches gives you mana when creatures die so you can cast from the graveyard. Nirkana Revenant and Magus of the Coffers could be good to ramp more. Harvester of Souls draws you more cards to keep the cycle going, and Demon of Dark Schemes can reanimate some of the creatures you kill.
3 days ago
Shliken Thanks for the advice, Mechanized Production is wayyyyy better, than Revel in Riches. I'll definitely include it in the decklist. I'm kinda on the fence with the Anointed Procession, but it could definitely add value to the Treasure Map Flip. I can't wait to give this guy a try at FNM!
3 days ago
I would suggest replacing them with artifact creatures like Scrapheap Scrounger (which can come back from the graveyard after being sacrificed or killed off) or with treasure generators like Prying Blade, Revel in Riches (which provides an alternate win condition), Deadeye Plunderers (which grows while you get more artifacts), or Pitiless Plunderer,
Take note, a lot of the cards I suggested have a really high mana cost, so you'll have to pick which ones you like better so that your mana-curve doesn't get too top-heavy.
3 days ago
Cool commander and theme!
You might enjoy testing Shared Animosity and Mana Echoes for value off of your tribal theme. Keep Watch and Distant Melody are good tribal draw cards. Dogpile and Roar of the Crowd might also be fun late game.
Hall of the Bandit Lord might be a cool way to pull off Brass's damage trigger with Haste.
4 days ago
Gongari seems sweet, but doesnt add defense. id rather do Grixis and get manna through Storm the Vault, use the manna from this for Torment of Hailfire while stacking up treasures for 1 copy of Revel in Riches.
4 days ago
Well at a glance I can see that you have only two creatures below 4 CMC and they're Birds of Paradise and Urborg Elf, so depending on what kind of decks you play against, that might be an issue.
Is mana/ramp/color fixing a problem you encounter? The three-color tap lands (Jungle Shrine, Mystic Monastery, etc. might be good for you, or perhaps the lairs (Rith's Grove, Treva's Ruins, etc.). Sylvan Caryatid is better than Urborg Elf in that respect. Commander's Sphere is mana and card draw. Oh, Command Tower will help. There's also Cultivate and Rampant Growth, for more Kodama's Reach-type effects.
Also, in 5 colors you have access to all the awesome modal charms like Boros Charm and Naya Charm and Bant Charm (obviously there's a lot of options, but those are some good ones for starters). They offer utility in a very flexible way.
You've got a bunch of cards that kind of want an to do different things. I'd suggest taking a look at what you want your deck's win condition to be and tailor it a bit more towards achieving it specifically. For example, is Revel in Riches an important part of your strategy, because if you aren't going specifically for treasures, there's better ways of fixing your mana. I realize you also have Hellkite Tyrant, so if you play against a lot of Pirate decks, that might actually be a pretty ok strategy.
By the way, your list currently has 2 Cyclonic Rifts.
1 week ago
hmmmmm, if this is not a treasure deck, i suppose i can use the treasures i do get as a form of mana source and remove Revel in Riches as well. that could help speed up with the aggro of the deck by lowering card costs. Alright, thank you for bringing that to my eyes i appreciate it.