Submerged Boneyard

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Aether Revolt Common
Oath of the Gatewatch Uncommon

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Submerged Boneyard

Land

Submerged Boneyard enters the battlefield tapped.

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Submerged Boneyard Discussion

Despionnage on

5 days ago

To start off, Dimir Guildgate is not standard legal. You have a high cmc for the land that you have. I would recommend adding some more land. Submerged Boneyard would be a good choice if you're wanting duel land. Choked Estuary is also an option. Fix that for a start and go from there.

pax.wellington on U/B Spoopy Scary Zombies Tribal

1 week ago

x600NitroXpress Yeah I just mentioned Altar's Reap as an example. There are much better cards that allow you to sacrifice for benefit (e.g. Voldaren Pariah  Flip is a common one in decks similar to this). A quick search on Gatherer will show you some better options against non-creature decks. Anyway, I don't have any sacrifice effects in my deck so I was curious if you'd tried any and what you thought.

Yeah, the draw from Cryptbreaker is great on it's own. One thing to keep in mind is Turn Aside won't work against sweepers (e.g. Radiant Flames/Flaying Tendrils) or player-targeted spells (e.g. To the Slaughter/Oath of Liliana) if you ever come across those. But Negate works fine there.

So beside switching out the tap lands (Submerged Boneyard) to battle lands (Sunken Hollow), and maybe considering a single Drownyard Temple/Geier Reach Sanitarium (forgot to mention that one), it looks good. Like you said your LGS is control heavy but has all the counters so can adjust as you need I guess. Against control I personally side in a single Noosegraf Mob which comes out later but floods the board quickly for Cryptbreaker or Ormendahl, Profane Prince  Flip. I like it.

Morcar on

1 week ago

This is my Tezzeret deck that was made on a budget:Creature spells (13):

4 x Dhund Operative

4 x Contraband Kingpin

2 x Bastion Inventor

3 x Wind-Kin Raiders

Artifacts (13):

2 x Inventor's Goggles

2 x Sky Skiff

3 x Prophetic Prism

4 x Servo Schematic

2 x Treasure Keeper

Enchantment Auras (3):

3 x Tezzeret's Touch

Sorceries (5)

2 x Tezzeret's Betrayal

2 x Reverse Engineer

1 x Yahenni's Expertise

1x Daring Demolition

Planeswalkers (1):

Tezzeret, Master of Metal

Lands (24):

4 x Submerged Boneyard

8 x Swamp

12 x Island

It's pretty lack luster and could do with some more powerful monsters but it seems okay for a budget deck

pax.wellington on U/B Spoopy Scary Zombies Tribal

1 week ago

Yeah it's great against control, just as a sideboard card to remove whatever your Grasp of Darkness/Liliana, the Last Hope can't remove. E.g. artifacts, enchantments, or even equipment (like Stitcher's Graft).

Against agro it can delay them by a few turns until you get your engine going. Or against removal decks you can save your own shit and also benefit from the discard. Your worst enemy is Flaying Tendrils and cards like Incendiary Flow/ Anguished Unmaking so maybe run a few Negate or Spell Shrivel? I personally run 4 copies of Grasp of Darkness incase they resolve a Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet. Bad news for you.

Anyway, you could change out the Submerged Boneyard for Sunken Hollow and maybe even try a few Drownyard Temple if you can afford the colourless. I only run 2 in my deck but once binned both off a single Contingency Plan and pseudo-ramped them back into play on my opponent's end step when I had a dead hand.

Last thing, a question for you, have you tried any sacrifice cards like Altar's Reap? Because I find the games I struggle are when my opponent just avoids Relentless Dead and I can't get him killed (and abilities to trigger). There are great cards out there, even in Kaladesh, but I've never tried them. Currently I only have a Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet to force his triggers and 2 copies of Distended Mindbender.

emrakulinsmugglers on Bad Eldrazi Deck 2.0

2 weeks ago

Kozilek, the Great Distortion isn't exactly a good tourmanent staple (hasn't seen play since it came out, Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger is always better. Submerged Boneyard is not a good dual land, Sunken Hollow and Choked Estuary are better. also, a lot of your eldrazi are very slow. to make it faster, i would recommend 4x Wasteland Strangler 4x Sludge Crawler and 4x Salvage Drone and a couple Fathom Feeder. also, Endbringer is a good finisher. also, more Matter Reshaper is good.

you could also have Thought-Knot Seer and Reality Smasher . also, Swarm Surge as a finisher.

sideboard Void Winnower, and Transgress the Mind.

PriestessKikyo1 on Tezzeret Modified

3 weeks ago

My bad didn't notice that Submerged Boneyard got a reprint! I just got back into the game again, I've been gone for a while.

Despionnage on Tezzeret Modified

3 weeks ago

I also did some playtests and I generally end up with a lot of artifacts on the board so replacing a creature that doesn't use improvise with Herald of Anguish might be a better move. I also already have 4 Submerged Boneyards in my deck, I didn't think I could have more than 4 of the same nonbasic land. However, I could replace some of the basic lands with Choked Estuarys so I have more options.

PriestessKikyo1 on Tezzeret Modified

3 weeks ago

You could grab a few Submerged Boneyard on the cheap (though be wary of TOO many lands that ETB tapped), or a couple Choked Estuary if you want to spend a little more. Two color lands are always a good investment! They have a tendency to slowly go up in price even after they rotate out, and if you don't need them they make good trade fodder.

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