Snow-Covered Mountain

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Custom Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Snow-Covered Mountain

Basic Snow Land — Mountain

: Gain .

Snow-Covered Mountain Discussion

Icbrgr on It's good to be weird

5 days ago

Maybe Skred to go with those Snow-Covered Mountain s?

randox24 on Consultation Kess: a Primer

6 days ago

Not the author of the primer, but I’d recommend you replace Timetwister with one of the above wheel effects JMan has listed ( Whispering Madness or Winds of Change ). As for the OG Duals, I replaced them with the two missing Painlands to good effect since I don’t have all the fetchlands. If you intend on running all of them, however, adding a Mountain, Snow-Covered Mountain and Snow-Covered Swamp may be a good idea so that your fetches don’t become duds too soon.

Icbrgr on Is this combo good enough ...

4 weeks ago

Granted I never played competitively but; I think that looks like a really "nice" combo that can fit into a skred red shell.

3x Blood Moon 4x Koth of the Hammer 4x Skred

4x Shenanigans 4x Liquimetal Coating 2x Molten Rain 4x Abrade

With Snow-Covered Mountain and Scrying Sheets Leaving enough room to put in however much more sweepers like Anger of the Gods / Pyroclasm and burn you see fit?

Sh1ftyL0ck3 on Reaper King

1 month ago

Thanks for advice and inspiration WAYF4

I like the idea of tutoring with Fabricate in a combo heavy deck so I've thrown it in for now, but if/when I can get my hands on a Demonic Tutor , I think I'll put that in it's place. One thing I've noticed when playing the combo-centric decks is hiding information and not letting your opponents know when your about to pop off is key. Most of the time, you need a safe opening to ensure no one will remove you combo pieces on the spot, and with cards like Krosan Grip in the format, along with other instant speed artifact and creature removal, a black tutor to hide information will be preferable in the long run.

On the topic of Saheeli's Directive , I've found in play testing the deck it isn't too hard to cast. More importantly, the colour pie isn't properly counting sources. In just land, there are 9 sources of red mana, and the Clifftop Retreat is ignored for some reason. From non-land sources, there's still about 6 additional sources of red mana. Colour fixing doesn't seem to be to big an issue in this deck so far, and that's definitely a positive. I've still thrown in a Snow-Covered Mountain , but that's more for the purpose of searching out more basics for colour fixing with Wild-Field Scarecrow . Not being able to summon the appropriate lands in the early game was a bit problematic, which is why a Snow-Covered Forest also made it's way into the deck.

It may be another week or two before I feel the deck has been refined enough and I have it all in paper, but I do suggest trying it out in the meantime. Despite not having specific "utility cards," the deck does an extraordinary job with handling any difficult permanent on the board and could easily win in a fairly aggressive match due to the multiple lords or lord-like creatures that found their way into the deck, and nothing feels better than casting One with the Machine for ten cards all at once.

bryanedds on Godo (No Stax)

1 month ago

Now that Snow-Covered Mountain s are cheaper, it might be time to use them in conjunction with Extraplanar Lens , perhaps replacing Gauntlet of Power .

WAYF4 on Reaper King

1 month ago

I really love the way this deck focuses on the combo potential, with Mikaeus, the Unhallowed and Good-Fortune Unicorn , and I'm glad I was able to inspire your deck creation!

Since you're going to need a Rattle scarecrow for the combo to work, I suggest Fabricate , as it's cheap and can usually fetch you anything you need in an artifact-heavy deck. (also artifact lands!)

One word of caution: Saheeli's Directive requires 3 red mana to pull off, but the colour pie says you only have 8 red sources in the deck - which is especially a problem given how many of them are easy to destroy (especially Scuttlemutt and Commander's Sphere ). Adding in a few Snow-Covered Mountain s might help, or something else that produces red - otherwise you might find you can only cast the Directive when Chromatic Lantern is out.

Also, never underestimate the power of a cheap scarecrow. Heap Doll is the best of them, and you can even run it as a tiny bit of graveyard hate when you need to.

TypicalTimmy on Card creation challenge

1 month ago

EDIT: Forgot the Enchantment typing lol.

EDIT: I realize now that if you ran nothing but Snow-Covered Mountain s, it would immediately deal 7 damage. It should only be to target creature or planeswalker.

AlmightyTentacle on Breath of Fire: Chandra OBK

1 month ago

Hi, birb.fm!

Thx for your upvote and suggestions!

Skred - good card, but cant damage players and planeswalkers, need 3 snow permanents (in our case three Snow-Covered Mountain ) just to be " Lightning Bolt ".

Magmatic Sinkhole - not bad card, but cant damage players and delve 5 is too much - we dont play fetch lands and graveyard is better keep filled with some instant and sorcery spells for Finale of Promise .

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