Snow-Covered Mountain

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Format Legality
Vintage Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Modern Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Pauper Legal

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Snow-Covered Mountain

Basic Snow Land — Mountain

Tap: Add R to your mana pool.

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Snow-Covered Mountain Discussion

sagramore on Skred red

3 weeks ago

Am I correct in thinking that Blood Moon would turn your Scrying Sheets into mountains? The Snow-Covered Mountains state "Basic" in the type but the Scrying Sheets do not.

ay.lobo on [List - Multiplayer] EDH Generals by Tier

1 month ago

Good evening, thegigibeast, NarejED, and everyone here. Its been a while, but Im ready to resubmit my Purphoros, God of the Forge deck again since it finally hit 100 upvotes. Alright, let me begin my case.


I believe that a Purphoros deck needs to be more than a Tribal-goblin deck. If left to be purely goblin-like, you tend to miss out on amazing and needed cards, like Norin the Wary, Kazuul, Tyrant of the Cliffs, Tempt with Vengeance, and Grinning Ignus, just to name a few. Infinite combos are also awesome, but as has very minimal amount of tutor cards, I just leave them along (also a personal preference not to have infinite combos here). However I do list them in my description in case a player wants to have them too.


With some suggestions, I have lowered the CMC in this deck. Even with Blasphemous Act, the range is as little as 2.69. I've also changed up a third of the deck by adding Snow-Covered Mountain and all. Hmm... However, I do not believe that Purphoros needs a card like Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx. My goal with Purphoros is to not let him have enough devotion to be a creature, as even indestructible creatures are more prone to removals more than indestructible enchantments, case being Swords to Plowshares and Dictate of Erebos.


I hope that you would reconsider my request to see if my deck is worth joining the list here. Or any comments/suggestions. Thank you for your time.


Purphoros and Krenko (Multiplayer EDH Primer)

Commander / EDH ay.lobo

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Zillabrony13 on That'll be one Zirilian dollars, please.

1 month ago

If you're using Snow-Covered Mountains, I'd suggest Rimescale Dragon. Also, here's my current Zirilan deck if you want to compare and contrast.

http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/claw-of-the-red-dragon-tribe/

Scorprix on Red Scare: Zada EDH | *PRIMER*

1 month ago

If you play Extraplanar Lens, why not use Snow-Covered Mountains instead of normal ones so that you can prevent your opponents from getting the benefit of your mana rock?

KingMathoro on Burn them.... Burn them all

2 months ago

Also if you have some extra cash you should pick up some Snow-Covered Mountains because of that Extraplanar Lens so when you run into another red deck you won't help them.

GhostRunner on Knees Weak Mom's Daretti

2 months ago

Hey man! +1 for Daretti!!! Was my original and still my favourite commander deck!

I know you mentioned nothing too expensive, but some cards to add to maybe get down the road when you're willing to fork out the dough for them (probably took me around 2 years to pick them all up haha)

Metalworker is amazing with daretti, especially if you run a Clock of Omens to keep untapping him .

Extraplanar Lens is an insane ramp card, especially if you convert all your mountains to Snow-Covered Mountain so your opponents can't benefit from the double.

Winter Orb and Static Orb both work amazing when paired with Clock of Omens so you get to untap all your lands while you lock out your opponents aha

Another personal favourite of mine is Lodestone Golem

And finally, you get so many awesome interactions if you can fork out the dough for a Mycosynth Lattice, swing with Hellkite Tyrant with that out and you steal your opponents entire board lol. Also if you had a Karn, Silver Golem, you can pay the 1 to turn your opponents lands into creatures which immediately die. It's a great way to lose friends lol

Here's my current daretti deck Daretti of the Annoying Artifacts

Liquidbeaver on Ib Halfheart, Goblin Sac-tician [PRIMER]

2 months ago

Made some strength and curve changes.

Altar of Dementia out for Phyrexian Altar: Even though Dementia is stupidly strong with Coat of Arms out, when it isn't this card is kind of dead. Sideboarding it for now.

Impact Tremors out for Purphoros, God of the Forge: I took this out before because of the higher cost, but now that my curve and ramp package are much better, it is a straight upgrade for me.

Snow-Covered Mountain out for Boseiju, Who Shelters All: Making sure my Scrap Mastery or Blasphemous Act go off is really important if I am keeping priority and saccing in response. Without it I could cast it, sac in response, and then get counterspelled and have almost no boardstate left over.

Damping Engine out for Tangle Wire: Just a stronger version of the same effect.

Snow-Covered Mountain out for Mox Diamond: This is normally not a strictly better trade off, but with so many fetches and extra land mechanics, I can run off of fewer basics.

Goblin King out for Gratuitous Violence: I've been wanting to fit this card in for a really long time. Even though Goblin King combos very well with Blood Moon, since I don't have any real pump spells for my Goblins besides Coat of Arms, I actually end up doing less damage overall. I could use Goblin King as a finisher, but Gratuitous Violence gives me a bigger boost, regardless of when it comes out. Sideboarding Goblin King for now, in case I do want to add him in just as a finisher later.

Snow-Covered Mountain out for Stranglehold: This puts me down two lands total from where I was, but it gives me a ton more control over the battlefield. I didn't realize it's potency before, until I realized it included cracking fetches as well. This actually makes me consider running From the Ashes instead of Ruination in my future MLD additions.

I will have to playtest a lot more to see if I took out too many basic lands, or added too many non-basics, but with all the ramp and mana rocks I should be okay.

Still looking for ways to get sideboard cards into the deck, but as it stands the deck is more consistent and stronger than ever.

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