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|Commander 2014 (C14)||Uncommon|
|Ninth Edition (9ED)||Uncommon|
|Ninth Edition Foreign Black Border (9EDFBB)||Uncommon|
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Ur-Golem's Eye occurrence in decks from the last year
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All decks: 0.01%
Ur-Golem's Eye Discussion
1 day ago
I would recommend running Daretti, Scrap Savant. I'd suggest commanding with him... If I hadn't seen this video: (https://twitter.com/rileyquarytower/status/1285598091853336582?s=20). I'm not sure your deck wants Feedback Bolt. It feels better for a deck with lots of low CMC artifacts, also you're sacrificing a lot of your artifacts. If you can find one, Thran Dynamo is better than Ur-Golem's Eye. Decks with Su-Chi should probably consider Cathodion as well.
2 months ago
3 months ago
cool deck. how is it possible you are running Ur-Golem's Eye and not Sol Ring?
also feel like you want Pyrohemia in here.
and Rite of the Raging Storm is good at lowering life totals...
and i know it is costly but you already run Mana Geyser so Reiterate would be a good inclusion...
4 months ago
:( I thought I put a long comment the other day, but it's only appearing on my screen as a single line! I can't remember everything I wrote, so the TL,DR version is 'I like the more ways you have to protect Avacyn, here are some cards you might want to think about removing because I can't see much synergy in the deck, here are some cards you might want to add, and here are some other things to think about whilst playing the deck" :D here's the abridged version:
THINK ABOUT REMOVING:
- Amulet of Vigor - you have almost nothing that enters tapped
- Song of the Worldsoul - you have very few ways of generating tokens
- Tower of Eons - by the time you have mana to activate this you'll almost be in a position to win!
- Meteorite - there are better mana rocks, try Sisay's Ring, Everflowing Chalice, Ur-Golem's Eye, Prismatic Lens or Marble Diamond. The little bit of damage is unlikely to do much, and it's a lot of extra mana to spend to do 2 damage.
- Leyline of Sanctity - this doesn't not have synergy with your deck, but you don't have much in the way of low-end creatures, so True Believer and Aegis of the Gods both fill that slot and both can trigger cards like Oketra's Monument and Mentor of the Meek, and give you blockers if you're very low on health. Extra synergy!
THINK ABOUT ADDING:
More instant-speed interaction, such as:
- Swords to Plowshares
- Path to Exile
- Fated Retribution - a little more expensive than normal wraths, but it means you can hold your mana up and wipe the board if someone is swinging at you for lethal
- Rout - as above - instant board-clear is useful
- Return to Dust - good at getting rid of annoying pieces of other players, also useful for getting rid of pesky enchantments on Avacyn like Darksteel Mutation, Imprisoned in the Moon, Frogify, etc
Other good cards to consider adding down the line (if you want to spend more to upgrade the deck further with other good white cards):
OTHER GAME-TABLE THOUGHTS:
It feels like what this deck wants to do is get Avayn out and then wipe the board, putting you far enough ahead to hopefully win. People don't like losing their lands, and if you wipe with cards like Armageddon then people will probably scoop instead of playing it out. Later on you might find that they focus you in future games because they don't want to risk losing all their lands. This can be avoided by taking out your land destruction spells - but keeping them in means that when you win it will be in more of an overwhelming victory! It also might change how you build your creatures - if you want to win by wiping out everyone else's lands, then you need to make sure you have enough small creatures to keep you alive until you can get Avacyn out on turn ~7. Your call! :)
Hope some of those thoughts are helpful. Have fun! <(^_^)>
7 months ago
A couple ramp cards I think are underrated are Sisay's Ring and Ur-Golem's Eye . Sure, they aren't Sol Ring and Thran Dynamo but no other cards are - strictly speaking. My rule of thumb is the ramp should have at least 50% immediate profit - i.e. if you pay 2 for it, it should be able to tap for 1 etc. The only thing I have against Worn Powerstone is that it coming in tapped means it has no immediate benefit potential. Don't get me wrong, it is a good card and I don't not recommend running it, I would just also consider the 2 I mentioned.
7 months ago
Oh hey, I thought the Eldrazi deck was pretty cool. If you ask me, Kozilek is really the only viable colorless Commander out there.
I'd try to include Silent Arbiter , Portcullis , Crawlspace or something along those lines to keep creature decks from going wide and overrunning you when you're in hard-ramp mode and can't defend yourself in the mid-game (or when Kozilek is really your only blocker in the end-game).
Also, Ur-Golem's Eye , Blinkmoth Urn , Everflowing Chalice , and Astral Cornucopia can all do some serious work in ramp-hard decks. Probably better than a few of the rocks you already have in the deck.
Other than that, cool stuff
8 months ago
Of course! The cards I would remove are Noxious Gearhulk (high cmc for a card not really super on theme or that abusable in this deck), Bolas's Citadel (only good in a really low cmc deck, and this is not that), Acquire (no guarantee that an opponent will have any good artifacts for you to take, something more important than Steal Artifact, because it's not inherently removal like Steal Artifact is), Trinket Mage (3 mana for a card that can only tutor 4 cards, two of which are Expedition Map and Wayfarer's Bauble = very meh), Rune-Scarred Demon (7 mana for a tutor is way too expensive), Personal Tutor (super slow at sorcery speed tutor to top of deck), and literally the entire category of clones (stealing is cloning plus removing, so strictly better).
As for my suggestions, the three reanimates are useful because they let you reanimate from opponents' graveyards for very little mana investment.
The three "narrow" cards will always have a target worth using them on. I've seen people concede when I cast Steal Enchantment on their Mind's Dilation or Omniscience.
As for my higher cmc suggestions, I've found that this deck does best with these expensive cards and ramp that can support that. At the moment, your ramp would definitely not be able to enable casting that many high cmc cards, so I would upgrade all the ramp that only produces one mana (which has the exact card-to-mana ratio as a land) to ramp that produces two or more like Thran Dynamo , Worn Powerstone , Sisay's Ring , Ur-Golem's Eye , Everflowing Chalice , Hedron Archive , and even Firemind Vessel if you want! Do that, and not only will you be able to cast higher cmc cards more easily, you'll also be able to be way more explosive in the mid to late-game.
Lastly, I'd say to not underestimate Memory Plunder. At its baseline, I find it's usually an instant speed board wipe, but it has the potential to do a lot more craziness. Think of it more like a tutor that lets you cast what you tutor for free at instant speed, except it only lets you tutor what's already in opponents' graveyards.
Thanks, and stay awesome!
8 months ago
Go ahead and add:
- Arcane Signet
- Darksteel Pendant
- Commander's Sphere
- Darksteel Ingot
- Fellwar Stone
- Fountain of Ichor
- Gold Myr
- Guardian Idol
- Mind Stone
- Pristine Talisman
- Seer's Lantern
- Sisay's Ring
- Ur-Golem's Eye
- Angelic Purge
- Forsake the Worldly
- Frantic Salvage
- Rusted Relic
- Oblivion Ring
- Journey to Nowhere
- Bladed Pinions
- Whispersilk Cloak
- Desert of the True
- Drifting Meadow
- Secluded Steppe
- Inspiring Roar
- Silverflame Ritual
To make room for this (and some bad picks that should come out) remove: