Attune with Aether

Attune with Aether


Search your library for a basic land card, reveal it, put it into your hand, then shuffle your library. You get (two energy counters).

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Attune with Aether Discussion

TriusMalarky on Energy Colors in Pioneer

6 months ago

One of the biggest advantages of energy, or more specifically the Attune with Aether and Aether Hub package, is that you have 8 cards that help you get all your colors.

You can go heavy on and splash and for the more powerful interaction.

You can also use cards like Gilded Goose , or Sylvan Scrying to get Hub, or Sylvan Caryatid for more fixing.

You also get Fabled Passage .

Technically, you only really need 14 red and 14 black sources to be able to run any single red or single black cards(unless they're both red and black). Aether Hub plus Attune would be about 5 in my math, you get Fabled Passage for 4 more, plus 1-2 each Mountain and Swamp. That'd be about 10. Then, it's not hard to run 2 triomes(the RUG and BUG ones), then some splash duals.

That'd already get you to about 19 lands total and about 14 green and 14 blue. Add one island, one forest, and 3 green blue duals, and you have a 24 land perfect manabase for 4 colors. Only downside is you have 6 taplands, but 4 of those are only tapped in the first 3 turns of the game, and all of them get you 3-4 of your colors.

I say, you can run Lightning, Path, Seize and another red card and be perfectly fine to add Refiner, Hydra and more, and it won't cost you much at all. Disclaimer is that it is only possible due to the fact that you're running Aether Hub, Pioneer can't support 4 colors normally.

I_Want_To_PlayAllTheDecks on Energy Colors in Pioneer

6 months ago

The kaladesh block was when I first really got into magic and I would like to make a deck themed around energy for it. My problem is that I don't know what colors to play. I was thinking for sure blue and green because Rogue Refiner is the best energy card in the game based of it being banned in standard. Green is also great because it gives Attune with Aether and Bristling Hydra But then I'm not sure whether my third color should be black or red. Red gives access to damage based sweepers like Flame Sweep and removal like Harnessed Lightning , but black gives thoughtsieze and good removal like Fatal Push and Assassin's Trophy . I'm not sure where to go here so any color help or suggestions would be much appreciated.

tpmains on Should Tutors Have Additional Effects?

1 year ago

I don't think that tutors of any kind should have extra benefits. The best example of this would be Attune with Aether. This simple card let you tutor up a basic land, the most fundamental part of Magic, and it still got banned because it had the extra benefit of 2 energy. If you give players extra stuff on a card, they will abuse it. It makes them too powerful.

plainsrunner on Tenergy

1 year ago

It looks like you've got a lot of lands in here, I usually go for at most 40 lands in a deck, unless it's a lands matter type of deck. Also, Rampant Growth, Seek the Horizon, Terramorphic Expanse, Migration Path, Nissa's Renewal, Kodama's Reach, Grow from the Ashes, Nissa's Expedition, Explosive Vegetation, Cultivate, Traverse the Outlands, Frenzied Tilling, Boundless Realms, Evolving Wilds, Spring / Mind, Attune with Aether, Myriad Landscape and Blighted Woodland won't do anything since you don't have any basics in here. This also turns off the third mode of Verdant Confluence, though you may still want it for the other two modes.

I'm not sure what Mimeofacture is supposed to do in commander, notoriously a singleton format.

Creeping Corrosion seems like a strange choice in a deck where you're running several artifacts and artifact tutors like Fabricate.

I don't usually like running color-hosers like Anarchy, since there are games where it will be a dead card in your hand.

Overall it seems like you're running two decks: an energy deck built with mainly permanents that give you energy and use it, and a big spells deck, with a lot of powerful instants and sorceries that you can copy with your commander. There's nothing wrong with having two themes in a deck, but narrowing it down to one would probably help you get down to 100 cards. Also, some cards like Mizzix's Mastery want you to play more instants and sorceries than permanents, while cards like Primal Surge want you to be playing almost all permanents. Leaning more in one direction than the other will give your deck more focus.

rdean14 on Card creation challenge

1 year ago

Underworld Swamp

Land - Swamp

Underworld Swamp enters the battlefield tapped

, Discard a card from your hand: Return Underworld Swamp from your graveyard to the battlefield.

To me, the greatest downside to Smallpox in my opinion is the sacrificing a land, while the discard can easily be included into the theme of the deck, and these decks tend to not run creatures. Also life loss isn't terribly important. I mean T1 Thoughtseize into T2 Smallpox is a great opening in an 8-Rack deck.

I'd like a better Lay of the Land, like Caravan Vigil, Traverse the Ulvenwald, Attune with Aether, Safewright Quest, etc.

GarrettTheGreat on Sultai Energy

1 year ago

Grubbernaut Great suggestion, totally forgot to add in Fabled Passage , had to adjust mana base with more basics for both that card and Attune with Aether

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