Seachrome Coast


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern 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
Scars of Mirrodin (SOM) Rare

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Seachrome Coast


Seachrome Coast enters the battlefield tapped unless you control two or fewer other lands.

Tap: Add {{W}} or {{U}} to your mana pool.

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Seachrome Coast Discussion

Happymaster19 on UW spirits

1 week ago

This looks great considering your goal to keep it budget. Obviously extending the budget would allow for upgrades particularly in the manabase (although Moorland Haunt is still pretty cheap last I checked). I currently don’t have my Vials yet either so I understand the budget dilemma. My only recommendation within budget constraints would be 1-2x the aforementioned Haunt. Get your reps in, learn the lines, save your money and work your way up. Seachrome Coast and Kira, Great Glass-Spinner are within Flooded Strand ’s price range. Cavern of Souls and Aether Vial are definitely weighty investments that take time. For a budget, this is damn close. Good work.

WhichKing on Law is for Opponents

3 weeks ago

Since you are playing a two-colour deck you do not need a lot of colour-fixing. Other than special ability lands, you do not need lands that give you multiple colours. Back to Basics is an extremely powerful effect that you should capitalize on for your "Law" deck.

You can cut the following cards:

and replace them with a Terramorphic Expanse, Evolving Wilds and basic Islands and Plains.

EpicBox75 on I now Bant you a clue.

1 month ago

I love the idea of this deck but I don't see it doing much against other modern decks.

If you money to spare I would suggest: Noble Hierarch or/and Birds of Paradise and Collected Company

But if you want to do budget deck any 1 mana elf like Llanowar Elves or Elvish Mystic will do the job because you need that mana acceleration to crack your clues faster. Tamiyo, Field Researcher could be cool card and she is pretty cheap. Mana Leak or Metallic Rebuke or Remand because multiple Deprive will but you back in lands especially with out mana producing creatures. Dromoka's Command can be nice removal spell that can buffs your creature.

I would recommend pitching both Ongoing Investigation 1-2 Courser of Kruphix 0-2 Bygone Bishop all 3 Angelic Purge

Also for mana base in 3 colors I highly recommend getting some two color lands and real fetch lands for more reliable manabase. Temple Garden is now cheap thanks for wizard reprinting it and Hallowed Fountain and Breeding Pool are coming in next set so their price will go lower. Also Seachrome Coast and/or Razorverge Thicket if you want fast lands so you can get turn 1 white without pain. And if you have the money few Horizon Canopy are extremely powerful

For sideboard suggestions Dispell or Spell Pierce fast, cheap and effective Damping Sphere against tron and storm/other combo decks Knight of Autumn value creature that does it all, Rest in Peace, Worship, Settle the Wreckage or Supreme Verdict, Kitchen Finks, Celestial Purge, Blessed Alliance

I hope that this helps

Naj187 on Slippery Bois

5 months ago

HEY!!! I'm the only slippery boi here!

Seachrome Coast Get those fast lands. Gotta go fasssst

enpc on MonoColored or DualColored:: Keeping up ...

5 months ago

In a lot of ways, you're better off figuring out the kind of deck you want to play first and then decide if the deck is mono or dual coloured rather than just picking a commadner for their colour(s). While your landbase will be more expensive with a dual coloured deck, there are things you can do to mitigate this, even on a budget.

Shock Lands (eg. Hallowed Fountain), Check lands (eg. Glacial Fortress), Fast Lands (eg. Seachrome Coast), Pain Lands (eg. Adarkar Wastes), as well as a slew of fixing like Command Tower, Exotic Orchard, City of Brass, Mana Confluence, Forbidden Orchard, etc. can all help keep costs down without having to splurge on ABURs (eg. Tundra) or even Fetches (eg. Flooded Strand), however some of the fetches in your colour might be within you price range. Thought I understand getting all 7 can be expensive.

Enral on Superfriends with Super Benefits

5 months ago

HighOnBuffs: Seasons Past is a great card by itself especially when several boardwipes are deployed...I've only pulled off the combo once but it is definitely a keeper for now. In a multiplayer game, giving your opponents additional card draw is negligible, Arcane Denial is one of the best counterspells in a multiplayer game IMHO. Regarding game runthrough I'll definitely post some up once I get more games in.

dhopkins: Hey...I think you're actually right. For some reason I must have done the calculation wrong on the combo...I'll correct it thanks. Regarding cutting the ABUR lands you can replace them with fastlands like Seachrome Coast. Hope that helps!

OOBS on 5 Color Humans

7 months ago

Sin Collector is great against combo and the occasional control deck that needs specific cards to beat you (like Supreme Verdict). I think that Kataki, War's Wage & Reclamation Sage are great tools even though they aren't human, and while they can look rough to cast I believe they are better than first glance. When I first looked at them I forgot Ancient Ziggurat plays them, so on top of those 4 you get the 4 Horizon Canopys, 2 Seachrome Coast and 1 Plains for a total of 13 sources for Kataki, which is plenty (and that's without taking Aether Vial into account). Rec Sage is a little harder with only 8 usable sources among the ones mentioned, but it truly isn't that bad because it's also a turn later so you're a little more likely to pick it up by that time. Vial just adds to that. So all in all I'd say it is rare for them to be uncastable at a suitable time or even on curve.

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