Nonbasic lands are Mountains.
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Blood Moon Discussion
4 days ago
How do you feel about more staxy cards like Blood Moon or Stranglehold and especially Tangle Wire ? I feel it gives me the time to catch up with my Norin Deck, as mono red struggles when the rest of the table ramps a bit too hard early.
6 days ago
Both effects apply in layer 4, so they are applied in time stamp order unless a dependency exists. So you are correct that the order they're played in doesn't matter, because there is a dependency: Ashaya, Soul of the Wild 's ability changes what permanents Blood Moon 's ability would apply to, so you apply that first. With regard to whether Blood Moon would remove her ability, if Ashaya 's ability is applied first, it's already applying so even removing it doesn't stop it from applying. If it's applied after Blood Moon , then it won't be removed because she isn't a land. This does mean that the dependancy is only in one direction and you turn all the creatures into lands before turning them into mountains.
As for what Blood Moon does, it removes all the abilities, not just non-mana abilities. Ashaya, Soul of the Wild will no longer be a forest and no longer tap for , but will be a mountain. As for whether you can tap for , that depends on whether she'll survive long enough for you to get priority. She loses the ability that sets her power and toughness, so unless there's an effect like Gaea's Anthem or she has a +1/+1 counter, she'll be put into the graveyard and all the creatures that were being turned into mountains with no abilities will go back to being normal creatures immediately after Blood Moon (or her, depending on the order) hits the board.
1 week ago
Bottled Cloister is nice, but its more of a sideboard card. With the amount of hand control this deck has, it's easy to pick out troubling cards that could mess with out own strategy. Blood Moon doesn't really ruin our plans too much as our entire core strategy revolves around artifacts that can take any color mana.
1 week ago
Sweet deck though, I like it.
1 week ago
1 week ago
Cool build man, I have learned a lot and will implement into my Breya Companion deck.
Fellwar Stone over any Talisman? You will most likely have 2+ colors on, and if not, at least it will be turned on Blue.
It also alleviates stress caused by Blood Moon , gets around Silence and ...that seems to be it. But you get it right? I can see an argument for the instant spell regarding some things, but not as much of one as the activated ability does.
2 weeks ago
legality is 8th edition onward with a ban list....
typically described as a 4 turn format (your deck should be able to win/stabilize to win by turn 4).
dont be too greedy with your mana base Blood Moon exists.
3 weeks ago
Have you considered Realmwalker ? Combined with Dormant Sliver you have a combo that will continue to get slivers on the battlefield until a non-sliver card reaches the top of your library or your mana runs out. Another card you may want to consider is Shard Convergence . With your non-basic lands as they are it will be easy to get the color combo you need.
Also, your deck rides heavily on getting enough slivers onto the battlefied in addition to Gemhide Sliver and/or Manaweft Sliver before an opponent plays Blood Moon . May I suggest any combination of cards including, but not limited to, Scour from Existence and Introduction to Annihilation *?
- Card is found in the yet to be released(as of this post) Strixhaven set.