|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Tempest Remastered (TPR)||Common|
|Time Spiral "Timeshifted" (TSB)||Rare|
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Whispers of the Muse
Buyback *(You may pay an additional as you play this spell. If you do, put this card into your hand as it resolves.) *
Draw a card.
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Whispers of the Muse Discussion
1 week ago
Dramatic Reversal is a great card for this deck!
Thanks for the suggestions!
1 month ago
Bigant1: You should probably consolidate your forum threads into a "Help with Mizzix" Thread. It stops the forums from getting flooded all with help for the same deck. It also means that it provides people with more context about other changes which are happening.
On the topic of Seething Song - it's ok but I don't think it warrants a spot. It works in comob with Reiterate but you'd be better with Pyretic Ritual as it still net gains you one mana per cycle (assuming you can buyback for free) but can be fetched with Firemind's Foresight.
For ramp, I would recommend adding more mana rocks - you currently have very little in the way fo ramp for Mizzix which can make starving the deck of your commander quite easy.
Side note - I would look at either adding Lightning Bolt or more one drop card advantage spells for the Firemind's Foresight package. Currently you only have Brainstorm to dig with and if that's in the graveyard you have to have your mana sink in hand. Whispers of the Muse is very good with Mizzix as it can effectively be : Draw a card.
1 month ago
For the dramatic scepter combo, I would recommend adding Thran Dynamo. The benefit of dynamo is that you can generate infinite (albeit colourless) mana by itself. While your commander is saturated, casting cost wise, you have enough other draw card effects (especially X spells) that you can sink your mana into. Long term, Mana Vault and Grim Monolith are cards you want to look into but I get that they are expensive.
Words of War is an interesing card here. It gives you a similar Niv effect but is also useful in that you can prevent your self from decking dramatic scepter (as Niv's ability is not a may).
Whispers of the Muse could be good here too. With Niv out, it draws two cards but it gives you a re-useable draw card effect.
1 month ago
I've considered this plan- a bunch of Caravan Vigil/Edge of Autumn/Search for Tomorrow and Harvest Season, but the battle in making the lands consistantly combo is tricky- oonas is good, Whispers of the Muse is good, Underworld Connections is good. The lack of haste on cards like Rude Awakening really hurts though- as untapping all your newfound lands sucks if they don't have haste.
1 month ago
I highly reccomend Whispers of the Muse. Early game its a 1 mana cycler, but the way it doubles as a wincon with pala makes it feel really good to draw into.
2 months ago
Another option for draw power (and infinite draw with the combo) is Whispers of the Muse just an idea for more fun. I like the setup, im working on a tribal Scarecrow that will be set up with some of the same combos. +1!
2 months ago
No Paradox Engine? It is a big combo enabler, especially with Mizzix's experience counters. Such as Whispers of the Muse since the buyback cost is discounted with Mizzix. Get a mana rock that creates colored mana, then cast Whispers of the Muse for as many cards you want to draw.
3 months ago
Adding the various blue spells with buyback to your arsenal can provide for almost unlimited potential win-cons as well, and you don't require infinite mana to do it, just the ability to produce at most 6 total mana via mana rocks, including at least , and you can cast Capsize, Whispers of the Muse or Mystic Speculation an infinite number of times with Paradox Engine in play. Add in Sentinel Tower and Aetherflux Reservoir, and you have multiple additional win-cons that are often just as easy, if not easier, to get to and/or easily solve the problem of your initially planned win-con getting blown up or denied. Capsize is also very helpful in eliminating hate bears and other board denial that may otherwise prevent you from comboing off. Hopefully my Arcum deck Dang Son! It's a Shiny Rube Goldberg Machine! can provide some additional inspiration, as there are some variations to it, with a focus on getting overall average CMC as low as possible to help maximize speed. Happy brewing.