Vesuva

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: Realms (V12) Mythic Rare
Time Spiral (TSP) Rare

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Vesuva

Land

As Vesuva enters the battlefield, you may choose a land in play. If you do, Vesuva enters the battlefield tapped as a copy of the chosen land.

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Vesuva Discussion

MurrSheep on Myr!!!

1 week ago

So...some bat s*** crazy amendments:

What I removed:

-1 Tezzeret, Agent of Bolas

-1 Tezzeret, Master of Metal

-2 Tempered Steel

-2 Plains, -2 Island, -2 Swamp

-2 Chromatic Lantern

and now, the additions:

+5 Wastes

+1 Temple of the False God (mainly because I only have 5 copies of Wastes at the moment)

+1 Elixir of Immortality

+1 Karn Liberated

+1 Eldrazi Monument

+2 Palladium Myr

+1 Conduit of Ruin

and...

Sideboard

and Vesuva to maybeboard (mainly because I don't have any yet)

harbingerofduh on Arixmethes: Early to Bed, Early to Rise

1 week ago

Traverse the Outlands is a nice suggestion; searching out every single basic from my library in one fell swoop, even if I don't get 100% value out of Arixmethes' 12 power, seems like big game. I will consider it.

I'm going as creatureless as I can with this build, so Baral and the Sphinx will probably stay on the sidelines. (Consecrated Sphinx paints such an enormous target on my forehead that it's probably not worth it, at least not in my meta.) Mirrorpool seems like a good alternative to Vesuva, though, so I might see if I can dig it up...

Phaetion on Gone with the Windgrace *Primer*

2 weeks ago

EpicFreddi: Yes and no. I built the deck using what I have. I can never afford Tabernacle, and while I can try and nab a Dark Depths, the Stage has since been replaced with Vesuva. That said, I do recommend the combo for those who wish to try it in their builds.

Good call on Realms. I'll try and work it in. As for the Snow lands, I can see the deck going all snow-covered basics, then add Scrying Sheets. Depends on my budget.

Phaetion on Gone with the Windgrace *Primer*

2 weeks ago

Philipr99: Alright. I'll replace the Stage with Vesuva. Thanks for the suggestions.

skoobysnackz on Arixmethes, Slumbering Storm

2 weeks ago

I'm not sure Vesuva combos with Arixmethes because it enters the battlefield as the copy and would then also have slumber counters. Other than for the combo, the alternate casting cost cards like Thwart require a strong emphasis on lands with the island type. Since Breeding Pool, and Tropical Island are the only duals in GU, I'd rather have more basics than Vesuva. Thanks for the input SenseiRamen!

SenseiRamen on Arixmethes, Slumbering Storm

2 weeks ago

Have you considered Vesuva?

Philipr99 on Gone with the Windgrace *Primer*

2 weeks ago

I would try Vesuva if youre going to play Scapeshift and Omen. Vesuva can copy valakut and you can get the triggers 2(x-1) which seems more optimal.

Also I am surprised not to see Strip Mine and Dust Bowl at the very least, as those cards are insane.

lagotripha on Bant Landfolk.

3 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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