Tundra

Legality

Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
MTGO Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Vintage Masters (VMA) Rare
Masters Edition IV (ME4) Rare
Masters Edition II (ME2) Rare
Revised Edition (3ED) Rare
Unlimited Edition (2ED) Rare
Collector's Edition (CED) Rare
International Collector's Edition (CEI) Rare
Limited Edition Beta (LEB) Rare
Limited Edition Alpha (LEA) Rare

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Tundra

Land — Plains Island

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Tundra Discussion

Joumba on Darken the Skies With Their Undoing

3 days ago

For a budget manabase, you got almost all the cards you need. You might want to had a Unclaimed Territory and a Terramorphic Expanse. Other then that, the new dual lands reprinted in Ixalan (ex Dragonskull Summit ) are kinda cheap, you can buy them for arround 3 to 4 dollars but your low on basic land to make them worthwhile I think. You can also put more battle for zendikar lands in.If you want to go up in budget though (not to the lvl of Tundra ), a Cavern of Souls does wonder in any tribal deck, especially in a one. Then, there's Wooded Foothills, Polluted Delta, Bloodstained Mire and so on.

On another subject, if you really want to play cards such as Taigam, Ojutai Master and Mirrorwing Dragon, you have to put in more instant and/or sorceries to profit from them. Perhaps Boros Charm for exemple. Also, in a slow paced deck, you will love to use wipes, so a good Wrath of God or Supreme Verdict might help.

SurpriZe on Medomai Should Be BANNED (Medomai Primer)

1 week ago

A lovely deck!

Have you ever considered adding Baral, Chief of Compliance?

Also, is there a reason you don't play Tundra in this deck?

Teufell on My dragon commander deck

3 weeks ago

Came here from your topic.let me try to help you out, i am not the best players, but I am currently trying to improve a dragon tribal.

Well, in your place I would consider removing: Consecrated Sphinx - It's just too heavy for your deck and you can always get something better. Besides, I think your heavies should be your dragons. You won't reduced the cost of the sphinx as much as you will of your dragons.

Kaalia of the Vast is good in her own deck. Of course, there may be a good alliance between her and UR, but she won't be as good as UR here. You can swap her for something better.

In your place, I'd remove the some of the artifacts. Why the swords? You are gonna use too much mana already to cast the dragons. You could add Mana Echoes and Ramos, Dragon Engine for some value.

Celestial Dawn is better for Sen Triplets. It can work, but, again, you could be using the mana to cast a dragon or to counter something that would harm your dragons.

You chose some powerful cards, too powerful with no synergy with each other. Many of them CAN WORK, but you will feel how hard it will be for you to cast them.

My advices are:

-If you have all of these cards, try playing the deck. See how it works for you.

-Check out other people's decks, it may come in handy.

-Something you lack a lot in this deck is RAMP. You put so many artifacts in it that you left no room for the lands. In a 5-color deck, land balance and ramp are the most important thing. Kodama's Reach and the likes of it are what you need.

-If you can't afford expensive lands such as Tundra, check out cheaper lands such as Azorius Guildgate they are great to start with.

That's it for now, if you need further help I will be back.

Byuante on Prepare for trouble, and make it triple

3 weeks ago

Why do you run Decree of Silence? The Triplets do the same thing... Yes, it combos with Solemnity, but that's your only combo. Removing both could be worthwhile.If you're not playing budget with this deck, then I would recommend removing all your "enters tapped" lands with better replacements. Scrubland,Underground Sea,Tundra,Opal Palace?

LynnChalice on Captain Sisay

1 month ago

Hey! I actually don't use tappedout too much at all... I accidentally misclicked the deckcycling thing which might've caused the deck to appear :\

Personally, I actually did manage to make the entire Hokori, Dust Drinker/Armageddon deck with faster acceleration. I cut all the random fatties and went for the linvala/elesh +living plane plan! I played that deck for a good 20~months (all the way up till December 2016), and moved onto Derevi, Empyrial Tactician... (mostly because I already had a lot of expensive bombs in selesnya colours and I felt Derevi was going to be pretty awesome in my playgroup!) By the time paradox engine was spoiled, I had already bought Tropical Island and Tundra and was past the point of no return. I think Sisay is a better deck against slower, more casual metas (stax + fatties, not the storm version). She's fun to play, and somewhat open ended because there are a multitude of different lines of play, so I've really enjoyed her. My meta is comprised of an array of decks, most of which are fast combo (flash hulk/gitrog), mixed in with a couple of control decks in the mix because we play team oriented games as opposed to free for all games where the game ends much faster. I am the only stax/resource denial player in my meta.

I think overall, my thoughts on Sisay are that her locks are abit softer then Derevi even though she has alot more steam when she is left unanswered. She's great when she can untap even once because of the threat of Hokori decks, but cards that I've personally found very difficult to power through were Humility, The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale, Bribery (Elesh Norn/Linvala) or an opponents Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite/Linvala, Keeper of Silence. Although these problems are hardly solved in Derevi, I can play Sisay if i walked into a random store in a random city, but Derevi has a 50/50 chance of being a terrible deck/fantastic bullet depending on who sits across the table from me. Her ability to handle midrange-ey decks while being a stax commander is quite unique outside of her and Selvala, both break parity a little bit differently I guess, depends on which you prefer.

Wew. With all that said, I have tried a couple games with the new storm Sisay deck by shamelessly net-decking the list off from the EDH discord/labmaniac lists. Unfortunately I did not have a great experience with Fire Covenant or Toxic Deluge type effects. Also because of the number of counterspells in my playgroups, sometimes Sisay getting countered twice means I really have to suck it up and play really slow games without doing much at all, especially in cases where she gets cast using fast mana and I have no other way to get cards quickly without getting lucky and drawing a great tutor. I've always enjoyed your lists, back then I believe you used to play Insist and Savage Summoning, and I was a big fan (sorry if this wasn't you, but I think it was? There weren't many Sisay decks on tapped out prior to the printing of Paradox Engine). How has Paradox been for you? Is this version of Sisay better in a pure T1 meta? I was really revisiting these lists to see if she was worth a revisit!

Hopefully the wall of text isn't too much for you, I've never really had a conversation with someone about the older Sisay decks because everyone is so obsessed with the fast combo version of Sisay now. I guess doing the Sisay combo IRL is also very cumbersome; playing side events at a GP while having to demonstrate the Cloudstone Curio+Reki, History of Kamigawa+random cheap legendary is a straight nightmare because they have to cut your deck for you to draw, then continue searching with sisay when you begin the paradox combo etc. Its a major reason why I have not returned to Sisay for extensive testing. Hopefully you have some insight for me!

TheRedMage on H: judge promos (including Mana ...

1 month ago

H: Judge promo Mana Drain, Judge promo Defense of the Heart, 2x Judge promo Zur the Enchanter

W: Tundra, Volcanic Island, revised or FWB are preferred because I am not made of money.

Basically I have a spare Mana Drain and I would love to trade it for a Volc or Tundra. Neither is exactly the right price, so I am looking to add other promos (or possibly cash?) for the difference if the land ends up being more expensive.

TheRedMage on The Stock Exchange: An ongoing ...

1 month ago

H: Judge promo Mana Drain, Judge promo Defense of the Heart, 2x Judge promo Zur the Enchanter

W: Tundra, Volcanic Island, revised or FWB are preferred because I am not made of money.

Basically I have a spare Mana Drain and I would love to trade it for a Volc or Tundra. Neither is exactly the right price, so I am looking to add other promos (or possibly cash?) for the difference if the land ends up being more expensive.

Oloro_Magic on Salt & Pepper

1 month ago

FizzingCola Evolving Wilds and Terramorphic Expanse stipulate that you must search for a "basic land" and that that land enters tapped. In modern the vast majority of decks (there are a few outliers) run on what is known as the fetch + shock plan in terms of their mana base. Essentially you activate your fetch (Marsh Flats) and then search for a Ravnica dual land such as Godless Shrine, generally you also do this on your opponents end step to avoid life loss unless you have a play. This is the most mana efficient system outside of the original dual lands seen in the legacy format (stuff like Tundra). Essentially in a fast format like modern you want access to all your colors as soon as possible. If you ever have any questions about the modern format feel free to post on my page with whatever questions you have.

As for the deck above, Saltpeter what do you make of Gideon, Ally of Zendikar? This list in my opinion has a bit too much spot removal in the mainboard and Gideon would accelerate the agro plan of BW tokens. Also Auriok Champion is a cool piece of tech haven't seen that done before.

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