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, , Sacrifice Sequestered Stash: Put the top five cards from the top of your library into your graveyard. Then you may put an artifact card from your graveyard on top of your library.
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Sequestered Stash Discussion
4 days ago
Apologies for the delay, I had to write this twice.One time mana sources make a lot of sense since you do need 11 mana to play your commander and equip all in the same turn.Basalt Monolith, Grim Monolith, Lion's Eye Diamond, Mana Vault, Pyretic Ritual, Desperate Ritual, Seething Song, Lotus Bloom, Lotus Petal, Treasonous Ogre, Vessel of Volatility, Simian Spirit Guide
EquipmentHammer of Nazahn, Helm of the Host, Lightning Greaves all good but how do you feel about Sword of Feast and Famine + Aggravated Assault backup strategy? Sword of the Animist is a good equipment for this strategy as well but depending on the table may not be fast enough.
Love the counter package, no Dualcaster Mage?Fork, Burnout, Pyroblast, Red Elemental Blast, Reverberate, Ricochet Trap, Glorious End, and of course Possibility Storm. Not a big fan of Veilstone Amulet in cedh but the makeup of your local meta will make or break this card. Active Volcano is probably too much.
Maybe too many colorless lands? I think you could cut one land overall but I understand you want to hit each land drop. Ancient Tomb, Buried Ruin, Cavern of Souls, City of Traitors, Command Beacon, Crystal Vein, Dwarven Ruins, Gemstone Caverns, 25xMountain, Sandstone Needle, Scorched Ruins, Sequestered Stash
Kuldotha Forgemaster is a good way to tutor the equipment into play.
Sphere of Resistance is a fantastic protection card but can make it easier for others to combo if you leave it out.
1 week ago
This deck looks really sweet!
Since your commander is so expensive, I feel like you could benefit from a few more lands to ensure you can get it out more consistently. In addition, there are many powerful utility lands that would synergize well with Muldrotha, basically playing the same role as a spell. Mirrorpool could help copy powerful creatures, Blighted Woodland and Myriad Landscape could both help you ramp, Field of Ruin and Ghost Quarter could blow up troublesome lands, and there are plenty of cycle lands in your colors. In addition, there are some great lands that can mill you, letting you get your engine started. Nephalia Drownyard and Duskmantle, House of Shadow can both mill anyone, and Sequestered Stash lets you mill yourself and get back an artifact, though that part could actually be bad given Muldrotha's ability.
A higher land count could help support some powerful cards that give extra land drops, namely Exploration and Oracle of Mul Daya. Mox Diamond is a great piece of fast ramp that also synergizes well with your commander, since the discarded land can be replayed with its ability.
I feel like you may be running too many weak 2-cmc mana rocks and not enough actual gas. Ramping out your commander early is fine if it actually does something, but Muldrotha needs a self-mill outlet in order to do anything.
Finally, I think Eternal Witness should definitely find a place in the mainboard, since it can help recur things when you don't have access to your commander. I also really like Daedalus19876's suggestions of reanimation spells, since not only can they let you cheat out bombs early, they also give you the ability to play two creatures from your graveyard on a turn, opening up combo possibilities. Speaking of combos, Triskelion can kill the table together with Mikaeus, and given a lot of mana (which this decks looks like it can easily generate), you could cast your commander and both of them from your graveyard in a single turn.
1 month ago
Would it be possible to splash green for Jarad's Orders? That one can fetch both Myr Retriever, and puts one to your graveyard, and one to your hand, ready to combo out immediately if you have the other 2 pieces in play.
What about Sequestered Stash? I imagine there's not much of a loss by adding one or two, just for the crazy rare chance it helps set up.
3 months ago
I had just written a really long comment, but I guess TappedOut is randomly down for maintenance and I lost it... anyways, here were some of my recommendations:
Authority of the Consuls (in place of Kinjalli)
Fumigate / Settle the Wreckage
This deck looks really fun, and I hope it works as well as I want it to :)
4 months ago
Sequestered Stash is so spicy
6 months ago
I've considered the Urzatron, but it just seems so unlikely that I'd naturally draw into all three of them. I could add Expedition Map but I'd still need to draw three out of four cards. I also have no way of recurring them if one gets blown up. The cost of adding extra colorless nonbasics over Wastes is not zero, either - I like having a lot of Wastes for Strata Scythe and Thawing Glaciers or for opposing cards that punish nonbasics.
The three worst nonbasics in the deck currently are probably Tomb of the Spirit Dragon, Darksteel Citadel and either Sequestered Stash or Arcane Lighthouse (because I have so few effects that target opposing stuff). I could see cutting these for Urzatron but I think still I'd rather just find better colorless lands that do stuff without me having to draw two other specific cards.
Worldslayer is a cool idea in theory. I think the reality would be if I did get through and blow everything up I'd just sit there while people who can play colored spells to ramp and draw recover faster and kill me. Could be sweet if I added more indestructible stuff to the deck, especially Darksteel Forge.
6 months ago
Cool deck, I like the non-combo build of Sharuum. I tried to do that, but eventually I just gave in and threw a couple combos in there. A few cards I found useful:Sequestered Stash is nice for getting artifacts in the yard and then back to the hand, and it only takes up a land spot. Inventors' Fair similarly can tutor up an artifact, super useful when you have all the mana you need but nowhere to put it.Priest of Yawgmoth can be good if you ever find your graveyard and/or mana pool empty. Mana Vault is solid ram early and gets out of hand with Unwinding clock, Voltaic Key, or Tezzeret the Seeker out.Time Sieve is generally used for combos but is just generally a cool card, so if you find yourself with lots of thopters or something can be nice.Maze of Ith is just nice to hose voltron decks or avoid getting blown out by a Hellkite Tyrant.Gate to the AEther lets you repeatably get all the great permanents in your deck once you get to 8 mana. A tutor and a cheater all in one. Inefficient, sure, but when you're getting Darksteel Forge and Sphinx Sovereign it doesn't feel so bad.
These are just some suggestions based on what I run, but your deck definitely seems to be doing different things so they may or may not actually fit with yours.
7 months ago
Urgh, had a whole thing typed out here and then accidentally closed the browser. That's annoying.
The deck looks neat, is it something you've played with already or still in the planning stages? Also just FYI it's Sphinxes, not Sphinx's. :P
There are a number of utility cards coming in the new commander 2017 set for tribal decks that I'm sure would help you out, but considering they're not out yet I'll stick with cards that actually exist. Like Consecrated Sphinx. Also I'm not sure what your budget is so I'm just gonna throw out some kinda expensive suggestions in the mix.
I'm sure a Cavern of Souls and possibly a Boseiju, Who Shelters All would be nice for some extra protection. As for cycling lands, in a mono blue deck that doesn't care about deserts, both Remote Isle and Lonely Sandbar are strictly better than Desert of the Mindful. On the topic of lands, if you like artifacts, there are some more neat inclusions that might interest you: Academy Ruins, Mishra's Workshop (crazy expensive), Sequestered Stash, Tolarian Academy.
It sort of goes against the artefact theme you're running but I personally prefer Mystic Remora or Rhystic Study to Mind's Eye, it puts the tax on the opponent instead of you. You mightn't always draw cards off them, but they're somewhat cheaper in multiplayer games and can force opponents to chose to pay the tax instead of good spells, which is subtly very nice.
Argent Sphinx is actually great in here I'm just realising. Neat.
There isn't a lot of cycling in the deck so I'm not really sure what Curator of Mysteries or Ominous Sphinx offer the deck aside from being sphinxes. Some other fun sphinxes I like are Master of Predicaments and Sphinx Ambassador, and some others that might synergise with your commander or otherwise offer good card advantage are Consecrated Sphinx, Horizon Scholar, Prognostic Sphinx, Sphinx of Jwar Isle, Sphinx of Lost Truths, Sphinx of Uthuun, Vexing Sphinx, Windreader Sphinx.
There are a lot of great sphinxes actually, whew.
Anywho, good luck with it!