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Wooded Bastion Discussion
3 weeks ago
It is very possible that Fire-Lit Thicket may be the same land as Auntie's Hovel, altered by the transition from Lorwyn to Shadowmoor (ironically, the hovel looks to be red/green while the thicket looks to be red/block or green/black). Similarly, Wooded Bastion may possibly be Gilt-Leaf Palace after the transition (again, looking more black and less white than the original), and Graven Cairns may be Ancient Amphitheater.
1 month ago
Sungrass because it works to filter any mana into the colors you need like a slightly less versatile, much less expensive Wooded Bastion. Grasslands is a strictly better(for this deck) Evolving Wilds/Terramorphic Expanse because it can grab some of your dual-colored lands like Canopy Vista. And Krosan Verge for general ramp.
2 months ago
i love a good door deck.
you do need Mana Confluence, though.
or, ive seen people make their mana base-green and use all the green filter-lands (Fire-Lit Thicket, Twilight Mire, Wooded Bastion, ect),
but i dont like that with all the farseeks and stuff you have going.
also, Search for Tomorrow would be a good addition to your 1-drops
3 months ago
as a huge Selesnya fan let me give you a few options that could improve your mana base:
- Command Tower : great for any EDH multicolor deck
- Deserted Temple : untapping Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx or other interesting lands is always good value
- Razorverge Thicket : instead of Blossoming Sands
- Wooded Bastion : Great mana fixing
Have fun and if you like to comment or upvote my Sisay EDH deck, please be welcome!
3 months ago
Feels like it needs Ancient Tomb, World Breaker, Rapacious One, and a fleet of filter lands like Mossfire Valley, Fire-Lit Thicket (which can produce colorless mana), and then some subset of Graven Cairns, Wooded Bastion, Cascade Bluffs, Twilight Mire, Rugged Prairie, and Flooded Grove (or all of them if dom has the money for that) again because they basically act as colorless dual lands which can turn other colorless lands into colored mana producers.
I'd cut Gruul War Chant (Eldrazi attacking with annihilator usually means they don't need menace, and you already have both Bedlam and Nylea anyway), Price of Glory (this deck is more of a face beater than land destroyer; your other eldrazi can handle land destruction if needed), Map the Wastes (you have plenty of ramp; MtW just feels like bad ramp over-extending), and then Vesuva, Wasteland, Strip Mine, Nephalia Academy, and some sub-set of basic lands to be replaced with the filter fleet (as lands which you sacrifice for land destruction in a ramp deck is a hell of a double edged sword; the eldrazi themselves can take care of necessary L-D; Forced discard also isnt a big thing in commander unless you play against a leovold player, so the academy is largely an unnecessary tech card)
3 months ago
first, thanks for your suggestions. As I said on my other post, I don't have any experience with this deck, this is only a theoretical build, on what I might want to aquire in the future for MTGO.
I never played a Bogles deck, so I have no idea how Gryff's Boon will work out, I just saw it on mtgtop8.com in a build and thought it was a quite interesting choice, to add some evasiveness.
I see a lot of Path to Exile main in these decks, which is obviously a very good choice, what would you cut in this build? some of the creatures, as you said or some specific auras?
3 months ago
I have a suggestion regarding lands. To ensure colorless mana is available for Eldrazi Displacer I would remove the scry lands to include Flooded Grove, Mystic Gate & Wooded Bastion. Just a thought. Also, how well has Bant Charm performed for you?
4 months ago
Ruffigan: If we were talking specifically about Mesa I would agree with you. However with Onslaught fetches being a comparable price to Filters I see no reason that Wooded Bastion should be considered over Wooded Foothills unless that extra $3 is going to break the bank.