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Creature — Elf
Echo (2)(Green) (At the beginning of your upkeep, if this came under your control since the beginning of your last upkeep, sacrifice it unless you pay its echo cost.)
When Yavimaya Granger enters the battlefield, you may search your library for a basic land card and put that card into play tapped. If you do, shuffle your library.
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Yavimaya Granger Discussion
2 months ago
I also mulled brewing around with surveil and overgrowth with Sidisi. My conclusion was you want more surveil than overgrowth because of the wording of Sidisi's token making ability. Overgrowth should be more payoffs.
At a glance, and imo, you have way too many creatures (and not really the best ones either, don't just add em because they have 1 of the 2 keywords), too many lands, no ramp, and little interaction to slow/mess with opponents.
In my decks I aim for 36 lands, 10 ramp, 10 card advantage, 10 interaction, 3 wraths, which leaves 30 slots for my theme (I emphasize cards that pull double-duty, like Price of Fame would be both CA and interaction).
For lands: I would cut the guild gates for Evolving Wilds, etc. so you can definitely have the mana you need because both will come in tapped anyway. 3-color decks can be tricky to get the right mana when you need it.
For ramp: since overgrowth is a consideration Sakura-Tribe Elder, Dawntreader Elk and Yavimaya Granger all get lands out and go to the graveyard. Sorceries like Farseek, etc. let you get ahead too and I would suggest choosing ones that are CMC<2 because the goal (I assume) is to have Sidisi out on T3.
For interaction: I always try to have a few answers for different types of threats. So Naturalize for enchantments and artifacts, Arcane Denial to counter but also draw a card, Tormod's Crypt to hose a graveyard, Doom Blade to kill creatures, etc. It all depends on what your friends are playing and what you need to answer, so the final ratios will reflect that.
I'd be happy to look at this again to see how it progresses!
4 months ago
Hey here are some suggestions on what to add and remove (there's 14 cards in all suggested to include, and 14 below to remove).
(Add) Siren Stormtamer, Spore Frog, Night Incarnate, Stitcher's Supplier, Living Death, Dimir Signet, Tatyova, Benthic Druid, Grisly Salvage, Mind Stone, Reclamation Sage, Farhaven Elf, The Mending of Dominaria, Viscera Seer, and Noxious Gearhulk.
Tracker's Instincts, Nevermaker, Millikin, Hesitation, Slum Reaper, Deranged Assistant, Demonic Vigor, Yavimaya Granger, Plague Boiler, Fertilid, Warped Landscape, Aether Spellbomb, Perpetual Timepiece, and Progenitor Mimic.
4 months ago
I'm happy to see, that you like the best commander of all time, Meren ;-). Really like the addition of Apprentice Necromancer - gotta include him in my deck as well.
But there are some cards, that have no synergy with your commander and could easily be replaced. Creature ramp like Birds of Paradise, Elvish Mystic or Elves of Deep Shadow don't really do anything for your experience counters.
But with creatures like Yavimaya Granger, Burnished Hart, Dawntreader Elk or Yavimaya Elder you get ramp AND experience counters - this way you can loop your ramp creatures every round with Meren.
Your curve has a little breakdown at 6 - Mikaeus is your only 6-drop :(. Here are some creatures that work as a 6-drop in Meren: Kokusho, the Evening Star, Grave Titan, Bane of Progress, Massacre Wurm, Wurmcoil Engine.
Some other important signature cards for Meren include: Birthing Pod, Liliana, Heretical Healer Flip, Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord, Sepulchral Primordial, Ashnod's Altar, Necropotence, Fauna Shaman, Vindictive Lich, Grave Pact and Altar of Dementia
5 months ago
5 months ago
As for cuts: I would cut Gutter Grime, Thragtusk, Karmic Guide, Endrek Sahr, Master Breeder, Puppeteer Clique, Liliana Vess, Yavimaya Granger (i think you have plenty of lose low mana land creatures and theyre the worst) and maybe a land.
7 months ago
Borderland Ranger fetches a land to hand, not play, so you could put it under Draw instead. There are other options, of course, if you're specifically looking for ramp in this slot, such as Yavimaya Granger.
8 months ago
To everyone mentioned in this comment:
Thank you for your comments, and I'm sorry that it has taken me so long to reply to you. Between managing all my lists and setting up everything to be able to post commander gameplay videos to my YouTube channel, I have been overloaded with work. Thank you for your patience :)
Voxzorz, after coming back to this list, I've decided to not include the majority of spells that ramp up by a single mana, so Recross the Paths is no longer a spell that would fit to this list. (If you would like to see my reasoning for that, simply read the disclaimer at the top of the description of this list. Thanks!)
Gaspacho, thanks, I've removed those group hug cards except for Tempt with Discovery, because you will always get more ramp than each opponent regardless of how many fall into temptation. Also, after coming back to this list, I've decided to not include the majority of spells that ramp up by a single mana, so Spoils of Victory is no longer a spell that would fit to this list. (If you would like to see my reasoning for that, simply read the disclaimer at the top of the description of this list. Thanks!)
Intergalactic_Hegemon, after coming back to this list, I've decided to not include the majority of spells that ramp up by a single mana, so Sea Scryer is no longer a spell that would fit to this list. (If you would like to see my reasoning for that, simply read the disclaimer at the top of the description of this list. Thanks!) As for one-time-use mana acceleration, my reasoning for not including them is this: If you use mana acceleration at the beginning of the game, your board state will be much better than each opponents', which causes opponents to become more afraid of you, which in turn makes it much harder for you to win as your opponents are more likely to be focusing their attention on you instead of on each other; if you use it towards the middle of the game or later, you give up explosiveness to do a smaller version of what these types of ramp spells do. Either way, since the average game is about 11 turns long, it makes no sense to try to replace cards that give a significant permanent boost in mana with ones that give a temporary boost, even if that boost is much higher.
xevecx1, after coming back to this list, I've decided to not include the majority of spells that ramp up by a single mana, so Yavimaya Dryad, Yavimaya Granger, and Dawntreader Elk no longer are spells that would fit to this list. (If you would like to see my reasoning for that, simply read the disclaimer at the top of the description of this list. Thanks!)
8 months ago
i think ramp is key to victory with this kind of deck. there are some inexpensive ramp permanents that you can get extra value from with muldrotha. these include Wayfarer's Bauble, Khalni Heart Expedition, Yavimaya Granger, Dawntreader Elk...
any of the fetch lands let you play lands from graveyard, budget cards include Evolving Wilds, Terramorphic Expanse, Grixis Panorama, Bad River, etc. Strip Mine is probably worth the cost in the long run.