Snow-Covered Plains


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan 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
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Snow-Covered Plains

Basic Snow Land — Plains

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Snow-Covered Plains Discussion

Brutal_B on A Very Plain Deck

6 days ago

Maybe mix it up a bit with Snow-Covered Plains ?

Esbilon on

1 month ago

I don't think Luminarch Ascension is really worth it. It does nothing when it comes into play, and for at least 4 more turns. Sure, it's just a 2 drop and it does provide devotion, but I only really see that card working well in multiplayer.

Mox Amber also seems like a subpar choice, you don't need the mana-fixing, and Kytheon, Hero of Akros  Flip is the only card that really allows it to ramp you. I'd just get another plains, or possibly a fancier mono-white land like Eiganjo Castle, Mistveil Plains or Emeria, The Sky Ruin.

You don't have a whole lot of removal, so I'd definitely consider adding some. Path to Exile and Oblivion Ring are the classics, but Angel of Sanctions is on theme even if it is pretty pricy.

Your curve is pretty high, so maybe consider Knight of the White Orchid, Mind Stone or Weathered Wayfarer. There's also Endless Horizons and Extraplanar Lens. For the second, maybe consider switching to Snow-Covered Plains.

KayneMarco on Avacyn, Mostly Angels

1 month ago

Any of these cards would really help get those big cmc angels out faster:

Rurara_Rahura on Diplomatic Immunity

1 month ago

At 36%, this deck honestly has a higher land-ratio than other modern decks that I run.

Make sure you're shuffling well, and if you want to add a few more lands then keep in mind Snow-Covered Plains take priority over Snow-Covered Forest, and each land you add reduces the probabilities I've outlined by about 2%.

APPLE01DOJ on Burning Doll

1 month ago

Change all your lands to Snow-Covered Mountain Snow-Covered Plains then run Skred

Then Skred your Reckoner or Doll

mvharvill on Thalia says you can't play today

2 months ago

Then might I suggest another nasty Mana trick for mono-color decks?

The Defense calls to the stand Extraplanar Lens.

Since you've got a heafty serving of basic lands in your deck, and you'll have them out more often thanks to your fetch+crucible combo, this would be phenomenal from for ramping up your deck.

Of course, it comes with the downside of have the same doubling effect for any opponents who also run plains. If this is too much of a gamble for you, then swap out all your current basic lands for Snow-Covered Plains and keep all that juicy doubling to yourself!

mvharvill on Mono-White-Voltron-Control

2 months ago

You've got a lot of stuff here helping you pump up your mana base, but have you considered throwing in a Crucible of Worlds?

Right now you've got Arid Mesa, Buried Ruin, Flooded Strand, Ghost Quarter, Inventors' Fair, Kjeldoran Outpost, Marsh Flats, Wasteland, and Windswept Heath. That's nine lands that all have the potential for you to sacrifice them and Crucible would allow you to continually reuse them!

Another suggestion might be Extraplanar Lens, but you've only got 12 Plains to work with, and you run the risk of doubling an opponent's mana more often than your own if they're also running white. The best way to solve this, if you do decide take this route, would be to definitely have Crucible of Worlds so you can reuse your fetch lands to grab those basic Plains wherever they might be in your deck, and also to replace your regular Plains with Snow-Covered Plains so your opponents don't benefit from the mana-doubling effect!

Hexaflexagon on Opposite and Equal Reaction

2 months ago

Why not Snow-Covered Plains?

Also, you might want to put some more things in your sideboard. Maybe Shalai, Voice of Plenty for protection?

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