Temple of Plenty
Temple of Plenty enters the battlefield tapped.
When Temple of Plenty enters the battlefield, scry 1. (Look at the top card of your library. You may put that card on the bottom of your library.)
: Add or to your mana pool.
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Temple of Plenty Discussion
2 weeks ago
Well most commander decks run about 30-36 lands on average. I'd run at least 28 basics and maybe two or three dual lands of each color, and probably a Terramorphic Expanse and Evolving Wilds, just to cover all bases.
I don't want to build the deck for you so you can set out the land base how you see fit.
After basics I'd run just basic lifegain lands and scry lands at first and maybe leveling up to fetches or whatever afterwards. I'll just give you card names so you don't have to search.
3 weeks ago
Also, the manabase needs a bit of work. For budget duals, I would suggest Temple of Plenty, Stirring Wildwood and Fortified Village, as they are all decent, will have at least occasional upside other than being a tapland, and fix you mana for little money.
1 month ago
No problem. The main thing I would focus on is upgrading the mana base as well as working on upgrading your narrower blink targets. For the lands, I would prioritize dual lands that have the ability to come into play untapped, such as Prairie Stream and the check lands (Glacial Fortress, Hinterland Harbor, Sunpetal Grove)
Just the changes to the mana base alone will give you more consistency and speed up your development, as you will have fewer lands come into play tapped, plus those suggestions come in at just over $17, but you can save almost $5 by holding off on Hinterland Harbor for the time being.
1 month ago
+1 I like this build, in my limited time playing the first thing I tend to look at is mana base. This deck only has two colors, so I don't really see a need for Terramorphic Expanse or Evolving Wilds. Easily swapped out for Temple of Plenty or Saltcrusted Steppe. I'd also even out the basic lands due to consistency sake. Just my 2 cents, good luck!
1 month ago
Oh and as MoGoose831 mentioned, it may be an idea to change up your lands a bit. I'd suggest some Temple Scry Lands like Temple of Triumph, Temple of Abandon and Temple of Plenty and some double mana bounce lands like Boros Garrison, Gruul Turf and Selesnya Sanctuary. Especially if you bounce the temples with the bounce lands, you get multiple scry from one land.
This will also help reduce the significant cost of your deck a little bit.
1 month ago
Looks like you've got some help already; there are some cheap "dual" lands that can help you splash white for that Midnight Guard: Sunpetal Grove, Canopy Vista, Temple of Plenty. I would also suggest Harmonize or Regal Force > Abundance, Arbor Elf > Lifespring Druid if you get the dual lands, and 4 Utopia Sprawl > 2 Abundant Growth and 2 Ezuri's Archers.
These are also all budget suggestions. I can point you in the direction of some competitive elves decks for various formats whenever you'd like. I'm a big ol' fan of elves (and you're lucky, they happen to be the best Tribe in the game)!