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im trying to focus the whole deck around infinite mana combos to power memnarch. this is all i have come up with so far. if you have anymore please let me know.
Grand Architect + Pili-Pala -- Infinite Mana
Vedalken engineer + pemmins aura+memnarch/lattice/liquid metal coating = infinite mana
Palinchron + caged sun=infinite mana
Palinchron + extraplanar lens=infinite mana
Palinchron + gauntlet of power=infinite mana
Palinchron + high tide=infinite mana
Rings of brighthearth + basalt monolith=infinite mana
Rings of brighthearth + voltaic key + doubling cube=infinite mana
Rings of brighthearth + voltaic key + everflowing chalicex4=infinite mana
Power Artifact+grim monolith=infinite mana
Power Artifact+basalt monolith=infinite mana
Karn silver golem+voltaic construct+gilded lotus=infinite mana
Karn silver golem+voltaic construct+grim monolith=infinite mana
Karn silver golem+voltaic construct+basalt monolith=infinite mana
Karn silver golem+voltaic construct+thran dynamo=infinite mana
Karn silver golem+voltaic construct+mana vault =infinite mana
Doubling Cube + Capsize=infinite mana
Tidespout Tyrant+mana vault+sol ring= infinite mana
They still violate the color identity clause, though, because their text reads "T: Add [mana symbol] to your mana pool," which means they still include incorrect color symbols. (Except for Darksteel Citadel , of course.) They're invalidated for the same reason basic lands of the wrong 'colors' aren't allowed.
Is your playgroup cool with infinite combos like this? Most people I know think of Memnarch infinite combo tricks as completely unfun and distasteful, especially when they're loaded so heavily into the deck as this. Karn, Silver Golem plus infinite mana also equals trickery that's usually frowned at.
That's not a universal opinion by any means, but something you should be aware of if you haven't thought of it yet.
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