Battlefield Forge

Battlefield Forge

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: Gain .

: Gain or . Battlefield Forge deals 1 damage to you.

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal

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Battlefield Forge Discussion

nathanielhebert on The Mighty Gaveleers

1 week ago

Very interesting, I haven't seen the flipped lands yet! I initially tried out Kazuul's Toll Collector in an earlier build, but found he ended up hogging equipment I wanted to give to others, or having his accumulated threat neutralized by random Llanowar Elves .

I playtested a sample hand, and there was something thematically satisfying about opening with a Battlefield Forge to crank out a Bonesplitter , that I placed an order for four. In the test-run, Champion of the Flame and friend hit for 16 damage on round 3. In the second draw of cards the intrepid Goblin Gaveleer smashed his way to 19 damage with trample by the third turn. Best case scenario, but at least it doesn't take long to assemble the crew.

Mechanon on The Mighty Gaveleers

1 week ago

It definitely seems like a fun deck. If you want to spend a bit, Zendikar Rising came out with some flip lands, mainly Needleverge Pathway  Flip for your best interests. Although Battlefield Forge would be a decent substitute. I would agree with the artifact costs. It seems like with your creature abilities, you need to be more interested in stacking up artifacts quick, as opposed to using useful artifacts. Kazuul's Toll Collector might be an interesting late game creature, if you ever feel the need for one. He doesn't have trample though.

nathanielhebert on The Mighty Gaveleers

1 week ago

Cheers, it's a work in progress, but already serving its purpose. I had inherited a bulk of common cards, and had Goblin Gaveleer 's on hand, so expanded on that idea into a no-frills warrior themed deck, aimed at some kitchen table casual play. The supporting characters give the Gavaleer party first and double-strike, which tends to protect against early creature threats as the arsenal grows.

I might assemble the deck a little differently if I had more cards on hand — I'd like to squeeze the efficiency of the early start and see Naya Panorama replaced with something like Battlefield Forge . And while the equipment costs seem to work so far, I might splash out for some Shuko cards and take advantage of the zero equipment cost so I can shuffle it around characters when needed, or toss it onto an incoming warrior with haste once Obsidian Battle-Axe is in play.

berserkerazn on Queen Marchesa

1 week ago

Spoke more to iamhikari.

+1 Kaya's Ghostform back in to go infinite w/ Sun Titan and a sac outlet. +1 Goblin Bombardment that he owns.

Don't really like Skyline Despot and Terror of the Peaks here either....but I'll leave that to your preference.

-1 Swamp, -1 Plains. +1 Caves of Koilos , +1 Battlefield Forge for cheap mana-fixing. And maybe the appropriate Zendikar/Kaldheim Pathway lands if you want to go a bit higher in budget.

Arcane Signet is ~$2 now too.

At the risk of too many more enchantments Hidden Stockpile could provide both token generation and a sacrifice outlet.

Depending on how much you prefer turn-after-turn enchantment based draw like Phyrexian Arena you could instead use burst draw, like Night's Whisper or Village Rites ....1 mana to turn your creature into a draw spell in response to a boardwipe or block? Can be really effective.

And alternatively, with this amount of boardwipes and low CMC removal, you might just want to stick to the big value beat-sticks like the Despot and Terror as wincons rather than Aristocrats.

multimedia on WTH KAALIA!!!!

1 week ago

Hey, you're welcome.

My next advice is consider improving the manabase? More dual lands in place of some basic lands, Bloodfell Caves and Immersturm Skullcairn to help color fixing. 27 basic lands is a lot for a three color deck since you risk drawing all of one or two types of basic lands. On a budget there's several lands to consider adding:

Lands that will always ETB untapped are better, but there aren't a lot of budget options. The next tiers of prices for some lands for future upgrades ($4 lowest to $10 highest):

multimedia on vampire tribunal

4 weeks ago

Hey, you're welcome. Nice update so far.

Yes, Cliffhaven Vampire is an upgrade for Epicure of Blood because Cliffhaven is one less mana and has flying. Etchings of the Chosen is a good card with Vamp tokens, it's a an upgrade for Ethereal Absolution or Curse of Vitality .

For €10 get Captivating Vampire 5, Drana, Liberator of Malakir 3, Sol Ring 1. Sol is a staple card in Commander for ramp and it helps when playing a lot of high CMC cards. Having a powerful three drop Vamp to curve into after one and two drops Vamps with Vamp tokens is good for the mid game. Drana, Liberator of Malakir and Captivating Vampire are two of the better three drop Vamps to get damage done in the mid game until you can cast Edgar or Regent later on.

Changes to consider to add these three are:

You still want to cut three cards to make 100. Cards to consider cutting:


My advice for the next upgrades are to improve the manabase and ramp by adding more dual lands that can ETB untapped and mana rocks to improve ramp. This can be done by cutting lands that always ETB tapped and some five/four/three CMC cards for ramp to help to cast the better high CMC cards such as Edgar. This change will speed up game play making it easier to cast one, two and three drop Vamps.

The avg. CMC of your deck is high at 3.5, with only 33 lands can be inconsistent to have mana to cast cards. Low CMC mana rocks can be used in place of lands since they can make mana and also help with color fixing.

Some examples of mana rock and budget land upgrades:

multimedia on Sliver Deck (Looking for help)

1 month ago

Hey, good version of Overlord on a budget.

Unclaimed Territory is another budget Rainbow land with Slivers, it could replace Rupture Spire . The Battle lands would be budget upgrades since there's 18 basic lands to activate a Battle land.

By adding the Battle lands then Farseek is two drop land ramp spell that can search for a dual land and it could replace Circuitous Route . Playing Tri lands with Bounce lands can be problematic when having to bounce a Tri land. Consider playing only the Tri lands and cutting the Bounce lands? Some budget Pain lands could replace the Bounce lands.

These potential land upgrades can speed up game play since increasing the amount of lands that can ETB untapped and cutting ones that always ETB tapped. Crop Rotation is a budget land tutor that get any land and put it onto the battlefield and it's helpful when playing lots of basic lands. Faeburrow Elder is powerful in five color decks with so many possibilities from Slivers of having different colored permanents. Elder could replace Firemind Vessel .


Some other budget upgrades to consider:

Shadow Sliver can be a problem not being able to block with Slivers. Dormant Sliver is repeatable draw, but Slivers can't attack until you remove it. Beast Whisperer can be a alternative to Dormant if not being able to attack is something you don't want to worry about. Preordain with scry 2 before draw is better than Ponder and it's less than $1.

Good luck with your deck.

multimedia on Fear the Swarm

1 month ago

Hey, nice budget version of Edgar.

You have the right idea with wanting to cast Vamps quick to take advantage of eminence, but the manabase also needs to match this strategy. There's too many lands that will always ETB tapped which reduces the consistency of casting Vamps quick. More dual lands that can ETB untapped would speed up game play.

Some budget land upgrades to consider:


Some other budget cards to consider adding:

Higher CMC Vamps as less needed because you have Edgar who's the six drop you want to cast more than the others, but Necropolis Regent is a budget second. Like Edgar, Regent is also good with a Vamp swam as well as with Edgar and other flying Vamps.


Some cards to consider cutting:

Good luck with your deck.

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