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Yavimaya Coast Discussion
15 hours ago
Some relatively cheap lands that I don't see that would likely help you out: Mana Confluence, City of Brass, Yavimaya Coast, Forbidden Orchard. None of these come into play tapped and produce both of your colors. City and Confluence could kill you if you must rely on them for infinite mana shenanigans, while the other two have downsides that don't prevent your win condition.
IDK just how fast your meta is, but I would try to ditch the lands that come into play tapped unless you absolutely need the other effects they provide.
I don't know if you didn't mention it because it's somewhat obvious, but another win condition you have is infinite mana + Deadeye Navigator + Venser, Shaper Savant to bounce all permanents you don't control, then proceed to bounce any spells you don't control.
4 days ago
Frontier Bivouac is a good land, but it comes into play tapped so if you are worrying about that then a few Yavimaya Coasts will do it, and you don't always have to tap them for colored mana, only when you need it, so that should be like the first two or three turns. As for what you would replace, I would take out one of the Displays of Dominance, and if you want two, then I would take out a Harbinger of the Hunt. For the Temur Charms, I would switch them out with the savage punches. I like savage punch, it's a great card, but Temur Charm is better and more versatile.
4 days ago
Budget concerns? well... maybe exchange Hinterland Harbor for Yavimaya Coast. That should make it possible to commit to such major investments as $ 0.16 Cloudfin Raptor and $ 0.23 Coiling Oracle without breaking the 35 dollar upper limit. I still think there should be some kind of land capable of producing both colors of mana, though.
How much is the deck now without maybeboard?
The differences between Jhessian Infiltrator and Cloudfin Raptor are smaller than they seem, as very few modern decks has anything ready to block fliers by turn 2. I just favor Cloudfin Raptor, because it works of any other creatures you might play, where Jhessian Infiltrator requires a very certain sequence - or it will remain a 2/2.
1 week ago
Yeah, I finally got paid(was more than I was expecting)! So I have a set of Thing in the Ice Flip, Mutagenic Growth, and Vines of Vastwood on the way. I also grabbed a set of Yavimaya Coasts as well. Mandrills and the other stuff have yet to show up, so I figure I'll wait on everything to arrive to update the deck. I'm pretty pumped about this though, can't wait to assemble everything when it gets here.
2 weeks ago
That's the horrible part for running a 5C Commander... there really is no cheap option for the mana base. In order for the deck to function on just a basic level, you need so many things.
So, first things first, you're probably gonna want to run each of the signets:
This allows you to filter any color of mana into two others. Honestly, this is the cheapest your gonna do for mana fixing.
Another artifact you may want to consider is Mycosynth Lattice. Not only does it make all your cards castable for just their CMC, it also has great synergy with Hellkite Tyrant for a complete win against every player at the table.
You could go with the Pain Lands. While they are cost efficient, they are definitely on a lower tier than other lands:
You can tell they vary considerably with the cheapest being under $1 and the most expensive being upwards of $20. The big problem here is obviously that these guys hurt you to get that color of mana you need.
The other lands I would suggest would be Mana Confluence and Spire of Industry. With all the artifacts you'll be running Spire will almost always be tapping for any color. Confluence is self explanatory.
There are a ton of other suggestions I could give, but those are the ones that just pertain to the mana base. As a side note, you could also run the Shock Lands like Blood Crypt, but they tend to be more expensive. They are probably better than the Pain Lands in that they don't have to hurt you to produce mana.
Hope that helps!
2 weeks ago
For starters, you should run Breeding Pool instead of Yavimaya Coast, run two more Hinterland Harbor, and get rid of the Evolving Wilds entirely. Next, run something like Turn Aside or Disallow or even Counterspell instead of Mana Leak. I am confused as to why you run Become Immense when you have no creatures with trample, and also confused as to why you don't run Hardened Scales. Other than that, its OK for this price...
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2 weeks ago
You may be able to trigger it, but even then its very low impact. If you want great budget cards for your archetype you definitely need Jace's Archivist and Notion Thief. Thief is incredibly good Winds of Change to essentially mind twist the table while drawing 20+ cards. It would seem the cards you need the most are cheap tutors Lim-Dul's Vault, Mystical Tutor, Bring to Light, Dark Petition and pain lands like Yavimaya Coast. Color fixing with your mana base is going to be very tough. Fellwar Stone is great. Most the cards I the cards I am suggesting would simply be great for all 3 brews.
3 weeks ago
+1 Nice deck!
T1: land, Viscera Seer
So a couple things:
I think you should up Eldritch Evolution to 4.
Play fewer lands that come into play tapped and more black and green.
(Maybe consider abandoning blue for black discard & tutor to even out the mana? taking out Yavimaya Coast for a split between Caves of Koilos or Blooming Marsh)
That's all I got.
Good luck and nice deck again!