Tolaria West

Legality

Format Legality
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
From the Vault: Lore (V16) Mythic Rare
Future Sight (FUT) Uncommon

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Tolaria West

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Tolaria West enters the battlefield tapped.

: Add to your mana pool.

Transmute (, Discard this card: Search your library for a card with converted mana cost 0, reveal it, and put it into your hand. Then shuffle your library. Transmute only as a sorcery.)

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Tolaria West Discussion

Delta-117 on Mono U Tron

3 days ago

Oops I somehow missed Tolaria West already in your deck, well in that case a few others to consider would be River of Tears? It can help to provide a source to make casting a Dismember for slightly less life and or Surgical Extraction if you ever choose to use that.

Talisman of Dominance however also helps with this, and has some synergy with Karn, Scion of Urza which I also recommend you try as a 1x of here.

Delta-117 on Mono U Tron

3 days ago

I like the list, I happen to play a tron deck also. I haven’t yet, but I was planning on testing 2 walking ballista in the deck soon, and I’m just wondering how effective you find them here in your deck?

I’m also playing a Jace, the Mind Sculptor in my list, I’m not sure if he will stay forever though as there’s other things I can do with that mana especially considering there’s a lot of aggro decks at my lgs. I’m also using 1 Karn, Scion of Urza alongside of course an Ugin, the Spirit Dragon and I find Karn very effective. I of course use between 2-3 Talisman of Dominance which gives me even more artifacts to help make the construct tokens even bigger.

Anyways I have a suggestion for your list and that’s Tolaria West. It can be used to find not only Walking Ballista and Chalice of the Void, but also Academy Ruins.

lagotripha on Remember the Titans?

2 weeks ago

The traditional options are trample/double strike/lifelink etc enablers to soak up mana and let your titans end the game. Kessig Wolf Run is the biggest, paired with Slayers' Stronghold for a 'drop titan, fetch slayers, gain haste, attack, fetch kessig, spend the rest of your mana' turn. Vault of the Archangel also appears surprisingly regluarly.

Gavony Township is used in a lot of 'go wide' lists. Westvale Abbey  Flip has appeared a lot recently.

Other than that, its Tolaria West/bounceland for Summoner's Pact.

goblinguiderevealpls on Razin' minds, takin' names (competitive primer)

3 weeks ago

BlackyMTG

Commit is really only in the deck because i can Entomb or Intuition the Memory effect from the grave. i usually ignore commit unless absolutely necessary.

muddle is great had it for a while, however with it and Tolaria West i have often found the 3 mana transmute mana to not be worth the tutor compared to all of the 1-2 cmc tutors i run

Talisman of Indulgence is better than rakdos signet because i can use it for C, B, or R right away for more ramp where signets require mana to filter colors, making it a far better turn 1 with sol ring

whalen147 on My ROFL-Thopter go SAI SAI SAI SAI

4 weeks ago

This deck is hilarious, i love it!

You may like Paradox Engine. Its pricy dollar-wise and mana-wise, but you just need a body to attach the Banishing Knack to. also creates infinite mana if you have any rocks on the board. You might like Tolaria West as a tutor for a 0 cost card.

While I like Broodstar, it feels like a "win more" card to me.

Seriously though, this is an amazing deck. Great job

hungry000 on This combo deck needs help

4 weeks ago

You'll find some lists that you can draw inspiration from if you look up "hive mind modern deck" or something like that. That's the easiest way to tune your deck. Most lists I've seen run all 4 Lotus Bloom along with the 4 Pentad Prism, as you want to get to Hive Mind as soon as possible. From there you can make some sort of control shell (which seems to be what ur doing) to stall until turn 4-5 which is when you'll usually have enough mana to cast HM. Looking at your list, I'd say you need Tolaria West so you can tutor out your Pact, also you should play a Pact that you can cast without needing a target so you can guarantee that your opponent has to pay the next upkeep. Gigadrowse or Defense Grid in the sideboard are great against counters. You could also go for GUx to make use of the ramp.

I do suggest you stick to the pacts for your wincon tho, Glorious End gives your opponent too much time imo, plus you can't cast it the same turn you cast HM which makes it even slower. But if you really want to play it, you can turn your list into a Pact tribal/Hive Mind combo hybrid, which uses Gideon of the Trials and Angel's Grace to prevent you from losing the game after using pacts/Glorious End. Then you could essentially take extra turns and beat down with Pact of the Titan as your backup plan.

And for the record, you don't need to stick an infinite combo in the deck for it to work. There are plenty of decks that are pretty much on the same track that your list is on right now (ones that use Prisms and Blooms) that win games.

Dorotheus on This combo deck needs help

4 weeks ago

transmute Tolaria West search any pact, win. Bloom/Amulet/Titan decks used Hive Mind as a wincon before, I'd look at those.

lagotripha on Bant Landfolk.

4 weeks ago

Remand and pact are appropriate as fuel for ascendancy combo, but there aren't enough cantrips for that to be somewhat reliable- I'd consider cutting ascendancy entirely, and looking for some 'play an extra land' cards- Azusa, Lost but Seeking might break the bank, but Explore, Journey of Discovery, Rites of Flourishing, Wayward Swordtooth exist. Elvish Pioneer won't be great, but Sakura-Tribe Scout has made a strong showing in Primeval Titan decks, alongside Tolaria West. If you're ok with the cost, Tireless Tracker is the core 3 drop in most green lists right now for a reason. Vesuva is modern legal, if not played because of the lack of Cloudpost abuse.

Sideboard wise, Broken Bond looks nice for this deck in particular, then its the usual hate cards for your meta. If you're having trouble with a particular deck, look at their primer and see what cards they are trying to play around.

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