When Witching Well enters the battlefield, scry 2. (Look at the top two cards of your library, then put any number of them on the bottom of your library and the rest on top in any order.)
, Sacrifice Witching Well: Draw two cards.
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|Throne of Eldraine (ELD)||Common|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Witching Well Discussion
6 days ago
Rather than Censor, I'd be more inclined to use Stubborn Denial -- Same effect for one mana less, and if you end up putting in a creature finisher like Dream Trawler you get it without the condition -- That said, Censor has cycling, which is always good. In the same vein, Spell Pierce has that same cost-based negation but for one more mana.
Only other thing to consider is getting to the seven mana you need for Second Sun and being able to reach it seven cards deep -- Scry is an obvious route, the Castle Vantress you have there supporting that, things like Witching Well and Omen of the Sea that scry two or more on the cheap. Chart a Course and Artificer's Epiphany/Catalog/Divination/Thirst for Meaning are straight draw, while the big daddy is Sphinx's Revelation, though I'm not sure how that plays in the Pioneer format.
2 weeks ago
Ok so I am a bit late but since the new set release I have been busy but anyway there are two other mill cards I could add those being Sweet Oblivion and Towering-Wave Mystic I wait to hear your opinions but I think Sweet Oblivion can replace Thought Collapse and Towering-Wave Mystic can replace Witching Well can for the sideboard maybe remove Mesmerizing Benthid to Nadir Kraken
3 weeks ago
It would be easier to look through your list if the cards in each category were alphabetized. There should be an option for it in the menu.
I only took a quick glance through the creatures but I didn't actually see your stated commander as part of the list.
To really maximize Muldrotha's ability, you want to have several permanents of each type that you can sac/blow up for value and replay each turn so permanents that blow themselves up such as Seal of Primordium, Myriad Landscape, Witching Well, etc. represent ideal inclusions.
1 month ago
2 months ago
I would cut out one or more of the following as an emphasis: artifacts, enchantments, faeries, or tokens. Personally, I think artifacts is the weakest theme as of right now. Cards like Cranial Plating, Trading Post, Efficient Construction, and Witching Well don't do a whole lot (possibly Thopter Spy Network too). As a result of taking artifacts largely out, Emry, Luker of the Loch becomes pretty useless.
Your planeswalkers are interesting. They all play into the token theme very well.
Some cards I find are underwhelming: Daxos's Torment, Faerie Trickery, Whitewater Naiads, Harvestguard Alseids, Grim Guardian, Doomwake Giant, Agent of Erebos (I can see why you might play him), and Windfall.
There are some cards that are really good but could be easily cut such as Anointed Procession if you wanted to bring the price down.
2 months ago
Just gonna throw this tl;dr version of my facebook comment here so it doesn’t all get lost in my ramblings. :p
+1 Guild Globe
+1 Golden Egg
Hope my musings have been of at least some help!
3 months ago
I think testing Witching Well would be a good idea. Also, didn’t notice before that you’re not playing 2x Courser of Kruphix which is straight gas against aggro decks, helps avoid flooding and is an ENCHANTMENT creature. Definitely belongs in this delirium deck. I find it very very useful in my Abzan midrange list.
3 months ago
If you go up to 4x JVP, Treasure Cruise or Dig Through Time works reasonably well as a 2 or 3-of. If you don't want to dance around the delirium nonbo (which is perfectly reasonable), you might consider Hieroglyphic Illumination , Anticipate , or Opt . Witching Well also helps with delirium.