Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Custom Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Arena Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Brawl Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Ixalan (XLN) None

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Token Artifact — Treasure

{T}, Sacrifice this artifact: Add one mana of any color to your mana pool.

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Treasure Discussion

Joe_Ken_ on Smothering Tithe. A must have?

5 months ago

So decided to bring this up with the recent incline of Smothering Tithe in price going from around $5 all the way to $9 (doesn’t show on here, but go check a price tracker) in about a week and how it is currently sitting in the edh format.

This card works in a similar way to how Rhystic Study does, being that the player who triggers it can pay mana to have the effect not happen. The main difference being that paying to make your opponent not draw a card is easier to do than paying to make sure your opponent doesn’t get a Treasure , effectively 1 mana so normally people won’t pay.

Now where this really plays well in is the early game since it seems like it could be a new staple for any deck playing White for ramp or a deck with multiple colors and use it for mana fixing also.

Then you can also look to where the draw trigger on Smithering Tithe can be abused. Normally in edh every deck has some form of card draw so it can keep making plays and dig for possible answers. With Smothering Tithe on the field you are benefiting for whenever someone does this. Now to look at the main factor that is being used whenever I’ve seen this card be played and that is wheel effects Wheel of Fortune , Windfall , Memory Jar , etc. By playing one of these and making your opponents draw a new handful of cards pretty much just says gain roughly 7 treasure tokens for each opponent at the table and then letting you play out whatever you just restocked your hand with.

So what are all of your thoughts, is this going to be a huge staple in all edh decks? Because if it is I would snag your copies now before it potentially goes further up in price.

Scion_of_Darkness on Endless Whispers

8 months ago

I have a Whispers deck that plays:

Fleshbag Marauder

Slum Reaper

Merciless Executioner

Plaguecrafter and

Revel in Riches

Keep the board empty and win valuable Treasure

AeoniX on Queen Marchesa: Politics, Aikido, and Control

8 months ago

With Smothering Tithe coming and the Treasure tokens it makes, I'll be looking to put Treasure Map  Flip into the deck as well. Some scrying early on, then flips for a way to draw extra cards.

hydrothermia on Treasure Plane(t) - Oct. '18 to Sept. '19

10 months ago

@Born2bnoob, Welcome to Tapped Out, by the way.

I hadn't even thought about Tezzeret, Artifice Master, let alone use him. Nice suggestion! The card draw on Vraska, Golgari Queen is rarely used since it's just a "you may" feature and I usually need the permanents I have on board, unless I have Treasures available. I do see the advantage here in using Tezzeret.

hydrothermia on Treasure Plane(t) - Oct. '18 to Sept. '19

11 months ago

gb, Skyler1776 I appreciate the suggestions and I can see how and why they could be additions for alternative win-cons. However I'd like to let you know that getting Treasures isn't as consistent as you'd think. The original idea was going to be an Esper() deck and at one point it was four color . Managing three colors is hard enough as it is in a 60 card deck. I'll keep these in mind if the opportunity presents itself.

mfogle on Brew Dick Lad, Tell Core "Engine Ear"

11 months ago

Something that's easily overlooked with Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer is that he can copy ANY token, so that doesn't just mean creature tokens. He can also manipulate Clue tokens and Treasure tokens. You can morph your field between card draw, mana ramp, or creature swarm.

Not sure if that's relevant with this deck, but it's worth noting.

hydrothermia on Basic Trash

11 months ago

Modern is a great format, but being a new player it isn't ideal to start playing it. Casual/Kitchen Table will be what you should stick to for now, until you feel like you're ready to start playing FNM in the Standard format.

So you like (/)Orzhov. It is a good color mix despite them being enemy colors. Expect to see some Orzhov cards in the next magic set, Ravnica Allegiance. What kind of tokens do you like? Creature or utility tokens like Treasure?

Vampires from Ixalan and Rivals of Ixalan are predominately . So I'd look into those first. Bloodcrazed Paladin, Vicious Conquistador, Vona, Butcher of Magan, Legion's Landing  Flip, Profane Procession  Flip and Elenda, the Dusk Rose to name a few.

hydrothermia on Treasure Plane(t) - Oct. '18 to Sept. '19

1 year ago

@multimedia, I believe I was so focused on staying in my colors, I forgot that Treasures can and sac for any color of mana. So I had a "D'oh!" moment when I realized it. I am thankful you threw out that suggestion, since I overlooked it for this long.

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