Atla Palani, Nest Tender
Legendary Creature — Human Shaman
, : Create a 0/1 green Egg creature token with defender.
Whenever an Egg you control is put into a graveyard from the battlefield, reveal cards from the top of your library until you reveal a creature card. Put that card onto the battlefield and the rest on the bottom of your library in a random order.
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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Atla Palani, Nest Tender Discussion
3 weeks ago
So glad I could be of some assistance, I love Naya and spend far too much time playing with it. If this was a Dimir deck I wouldn't be nearly as useful ;)
I love the Revelation as well, it took a practical intervention to convince myself to cut it from my Atla Palani, Nest Tender deck.
Curse of Opulence is a great card, that'd seems like it'd work quite well. I should probably pick up a copy, thanks for reminding me of it!
And thanks for making this deck, I've always thought Marisi is an interesting card, and I really do like your take on him (gosh, her? It? Pronouns are a stressful business)
3 weeks ago
Certainly interesting ideas and all fit the bill well, I have always been hesitant on using cascade as a theme only because I hear that playgroups find it to be either repetitive or much like solitaire where only one person is playing.
Though my group is fairly notorious for infinite combos to the point that I made a group slug out of Mogis, God of Slaughter that is known as one of my more hated decks due to having functions that halt a lot of said combos.
I digress, Esika, God of the Tree Flip Seems good for a commander, though does not see any cast does still see etbs and can get some powerful peices on the board quickly. I did pull her and saw potential as well. However I wonder exactly how I would go about building such a deck.
Elsha of the Infinite fits the bill beautifully, and has alot of potential. Though not in five color as you mentioned my only concern would be ramp in that case due to the three colors having a lack of buildup without some possibly expensive cards.
Sisay, Weatherlight Captain I actually have a shrine enchantment deck made with this very commander and she works well, fitting the theme of "out of hand" still in the manner that you can fetch for key peices so a good inclusion into the list of possible commanders.
Gleeock Atla Palani, Nest Tender A interesting idea I didn't think of but could be fun Golos, Tireless Pilgrim A good card that I see often and fits well. Though I see him played and hated off the board quite quickly.
These are all great suggestions I shall be making several test decks from the cards I have on hand to get critiques and suggestions.
3 weeks ago
I agree with the above. I think there is a big difference between cast out of library vs. revealing & ripping something from someone else's hand. One big difference being that triplets often plays down the resource disparity path & causes a lot of salt by way of resource disparity. I made an Atla Palani, Nest Tender deck that focused on topdeck play with opponent's libraries & topdecking my own deck as well, that picked up less salt - except from players that assumed it was competitive Atla. Ripping out of graveyards is a little more niche, so will get less table-wide hate & unfun factor. Thieving Amalgam is an example of something where the opponents at least aren't losing their best hand options & they may never even know what they are missing anyway. Though I think he is a shit.. & lazy card design: Golos, Tireless Pilgrim could also be your guy. A commander that fetches a land & if he is protected you don't really need card draw... just activate & play out of library.
1 month ago
Ofc, happy to!
Lithoform is a great card, but if you do end up getting your hands on an Extortionist then that's top priority.
1 month ago
I have an Atla Palani, Nest Tender deck (I know I don't need to say it anymore, you all know, but whatever), and I'm not running the Nexus. It's too slow, too vulnerable, and too "scary" to play, IMHO. But I do think it deserves to see play, just that it isn't as amazing as it may seem.
MOVING PAST THAT, Kaldheim seems ok, they made a mistake printing In Search of Greatness but whatever, they fixed 0 problems with Cosmos Elixir but so what, and they did well with Orvar, the All-Form. That's the comprehensive Omniscience opinion ;)
2 months ago
Atla Palani, Nest Tender can be half egg-tribal, half whatever-you-want-the-eggs-to-crack-into-tribal