, : Exile any number of cards from your hand face down. Put that many cards from the top of your library into your hand. Then look at the exiled cards and put them on top of your library in any order.
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|Masterpiece Series: Kaladesh Inventions (MPS)||Mythic Rare|
|Commander's Arsenal (CMA)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Scroll Rack occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.08%
Scroll Rack Discussion
8 hours ago
Riot, I took a lot of the cuts you suggested, (instead of adding brainstorm I went with Scroll Rack for repeatable use). That card you were thinking of to replace Mesa Enchantress is Eidolon of Blossoms. Unfortunately, like DeinoStinkus already pointed out for mask, it is also green xD
2 days ago
1 week ago
So, trying to come up with some budget style upgrades that won't break the bank but still pack some firepower isn't super easy. Top of the library effects that would be easy to abuse with Yennet, Cryptic Sovereign don't tend to come cheap. There's obviously Sensei's Divining Top and Scroll Rack style pieces, but those lean toward the expensive side and for some players might just be their entire mtg card purchase budget for the whole year.
But this doesn't mean there aren't some tools in the budget range.
Scheming Symmetry is a terrible tutor, but is one that you could easily break parity on given the commander.
Mystical Tutor is a bit more expensive at the close to $15 dollar mark, but not a terribly pricey piece. It's also a piece you'll get a lot of use out of for a lot of decks you might build in the future so picking up a copy would be a good idea.
Isochron Scepter pairs nicely with the tutor and is also an options that might see widespread use in future builds in roughly the same price range. Being able to tutor odd cmc spells to cast for free every turn would be a big boost in power for about $30 spent.
Nexus of Fate looks like a perfect fit for your deck. It's got an odd cmc and can be cast for free, isn't very expensive last I checked, and provides one helluva win condition. Particularly if paired with the above mentioned cards where you can indefinitely loop it every single turn for just a couple mana.
Mystic Sanctuary is a no brainer for less than the cost of a pack of gum. Putting odd cmc spells back on top of the library to cast a second time for free? Yes please.
Trade Routes is a particularly nifty pairing here with Mystic Sanctuary. You could set up infinite turn loops by using this combo in tandem with Nexus of Fate and Scheming Symmetry for example, cast the tutor, put Nexus on top, swing, casting Nexus. Pay 1 to bounce the Sanctuary, play the Sanctuary putting the tutor back on top of the library from the graveyard. Go to next turn, draw the tutor, rinse and repeat, no one else even gets to make use of the cards they tutor for except you.
You could probably add all of these cards for less than the cost of a single Sensei's Divining Top from the right vendor and bump up the power level of the deck quite a bit. Your friends, however, might hate you for it. So uh, yeah, be careful.
1 week ago
Scroll Rack is obviously nice if budget isn't an issue
1 week ago
Nice concept. Consider replacing Jace, Wielder of Mysteries and Laboratory Maniac with just Thassa's Oracle. Consider Tolaria West to tutor for Walking Ballista, Mana Crypt, or any needed utility land. Run Mox Opal for additional ramp and Scroll Rack to find your combo pieces. Vampiric Tutor could also be helpful. Card draw will be an issue with this deck. Necropotence and the like are busted. As are blue cantrips such as Brainstorm for finding combo pieces. Dig Through Time can help if you fill up your graveyard fast enough. As the deck stands, it could fall flat without more draw or hate. I’m curious to see what you do next.
2 weeks ago
- The magic number for me was 13 ramp spells and 37 lands.
- Sneak Attack and Quicksilver Amulet are strong alternatives to Mayael if she gets hated out.
- Scroll Rack is not nice to have but almost a must have to improve your hit rate on Mayael.
- Speaking of miss percentage and number of power 5+ creatures you run:
Fat | Miss %
20 | 32%
21 | 29%
22 | 27%
23 | 25%
24 | 23%
25 | 21%
26 | 20%
27 | 19%
28 | 17%
29 | 16%
30 | 15%
31 | 14%
32 | 13%
33 | 12%
34 | 11%
35 | 10%
36 | 9%
37 | 9%
1 month ago
Thalakos Seer, Dig Through Time, Temporal Trespass, Baleful Strix, Vela the Night-Clad, Arcane Adaptation, Ukkima, Stalking Shadow, Thieves' Guild Enforcer, Mystical Tutor, Dream Cache, Personal Tutor, Sensei's Divining Top, Scroll Rack, Cover of Darkness, Soothsaying, Halimar Depths.
1 month ago
Mayael the Anima was my first commander deck. I no longer run her, but there are a few things that I learned while playing her:
1) Protection is key: Because of her ability, Mayael is a lightning rod for removal. I'd think about including cards like Swiftfoot Boots, Lightning Greaves, Dense Foliage (you aren't running much targeted removal anyways), Aspect of Mongoose, or some Umbras.
Also, some haste enablers like Rhythm of the Wild would be good. And I see that the pair of Avacyn, Angel of Hope/Sigarda, Host of Herons have already been suggested. I would consider the third member of the holy trinity, Archetype of Endurance, for complete protection.