The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale
All creatures have "At the beginning of your upkeep, destroy this creature unless you pay ."
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|Masters Edition III (ME3)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale occurrence in decks from the last year
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All decks: 0.01%
The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale Discussion
2 weeks ago
Zenzu, Nemesis of Magic
Legendary Creature - Merfolk Wizard
Whenever another creature you control enters the battlefield choose a player. That creature has protection from the chosen player as long as you control Zensu, Nemesis of Magic.
Legendary version of True-Name Nemesis
Create a Magus of _ for a noncreature spell that doesn't have a magus. For example Magus of the Moon is the creature form of Blood Moon and Magus of the Tabernacle is the creature form of The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale
2 weeks ago
I run a similar style with my Derevi deck, though I use primarily enchantments instead of creatures for one simple reason - Creatures are usually easier to remove. But here's some cards that I'd recommend using if you're going for as much resource denial as possible:
Creatures: Seedborn Muse , Angus Mackenzie , Lavinia, Azorius Renegade , Sigarda, Host of Herons , Hokori, Dust Drinker , Michiko Konda, Truth Seeker , False Prophet , Baird, Steward of Argive , Gwafa Hazid, Profiteer , Melira, Sylvok Outcast I'd only recommend using Melira if you plan on having Phyrexian Unlife in the deck.
Enchantments: Pendrell Mists , Frozen AEther , Blind Obedience , Privileged Position , Greater Auramancy , Back to Basics , Land Equilibrium , Propaganda , War Tax , Collective Restraint , Teferi's Moat , Moat , Humility , Overwhelming Splendor , Leyline of Anticipation , Solemnity , Invoke Prejudice , Mana Reflection , Mechanized Production , Overburden , Rising Waters , Rule of Law , Wilderness Reclamation
1 month ago
So, instead of listing multiple card suggestions, I am going to link the full power cEDH version of Urza. You don't have to go by this list though as it includes high dollar cards like Timetwister and The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale . cEDH is about streamlined efficient plays, so expect to invest a good bit of money building a budget cEDH deck, they still run anywhere from $1,500 to $3,000. If you wish to play a cEDH deck, I would talk to the people at your LGS and see how they feel about proxies, as that is what most cEDH players do. It saves your wallet and allows you to be versatile in your card selections.
Streamlined Top cEDH Urza Decklist: Urza Powered Scepter
Database for all cEDH viable decks: cEDH Decklist Database
1 month ago
oeliberti if you minus the The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale , and the foils it is around 900$ The Lands, and some of the Enchantments are pretty spendy. Like I say in bio thingy- my Meta targeted a lot of my enchantments. So that forced me to protect my enchantments with Greater Auramancy . Then they started using mass enchantment removal like Bane of Progress . Anyhow the deck would function without the ni ce utility lands, and luxuries like Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth + Cabal Coffers . Without Tolaria West -it’s literally an expensive land tutor.
2 months ago
creating a deck with powerful cards and making each card the most expensive version of that card and intentionally making a deck that literally NO ONE can afford and you didn't even bother putting in a The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale ?
2 months ago
WotC-nonBeliever1 I dont believe thats the case here. Library is banned for its power level, not because of its rarity. If they banned cards based on rarity, then again why wouldnt cards like The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale be banned also? Just because a card is rare doesnt mean its impossible to get.
3 months ago
I just finally purchased one of my DREAM cards. A Card I have wanted to own since the moment I layed virtual eyes on it. The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale . Now, I have realized when I did a search out of curiosity that not all versions of Mox Emerald is worth 8,000. I, if I am lucky, I think I might be able to track down and purchase-through Ebay auctions, a mox emerald in LP for around 2500-3000 or so from the looks of it. My goal is for a graded 8+ of one like I got my Tabernacle in, but that might be hard. Do you guys think that ( because it will take me until maybe march to pay off the debt for the card I just bought) that by about December 2020-ish that this might still be achievable and NOT see Mox Emerald jump another 2k or something similar? Because as long as I can get one that is in a collectors condition, that being at least what most would consider LP or a Graded 8 which is a NM-Mint grade from beckett, that this might still be possible? Or should I say Feck it and buy one now on Paypal Credit and take the hit from interest rates knowing I cannot pay this shit off in six months in full? Is it worth it to wait, or do I need to Jump right the feck now?
This is basically my ultimate dream card. I have loved Green Mana and Green decks since I first started playing in Champions. My first deck was a hodge podge of green and white spells that were all Damaged cards a friend gave me and a Mox Emerald, being the symbol of green power itself is something I really want. So, should I wait until I have accumulated "some" of the funds I need and use the extra six months to hopefully get it paid off or almost paid off, or will this jump sooner than the end of next year and should I just pay a little extra in interest and just buy it now when I can find the right Mox?
3 months ago
Seems like a stax build could get a lot out of The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale