Coveted Jewel

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Coveted Jewel


When this enters the battlefield, draw three cards.

: Gain three mana of any one colour.

Whenever one or more creatures an opponent controls attacks you and isn't blocked, that player draws three cards and gains control of this. Untap it.

Poly_raptor on Mishra, Eminent One - Mechanized Warfare (0.1)

3 months ago

Hey, hope you don’t mind the shameless plug lol, but I made a Mishra build a while ago that seems to play fairly well.

Take a look if you want any ideas from it.

Mishra, Eminent One | Artifact nonsense

Commander / EDH Poly_raptor


What I have found in games is that he can be a kill onsight target so I need to rethink my deck to add in more interaction.

Coveted Jewel is also v powerful.

NTakamura on Coveted Jewel deck ideas

1 year ago

I want to build a deck around Coveted Jewel sort of like a king of the hill type theme. Outside of Monarch how would you build this deck? Want to get some ideas going.

Niko9 on We've Been Duped!

1 year ago

Awesome deck! And one weird thought, and no idea how well it would work, but what do you think about Lifeline? You can't bring back the tokens, but it seems like you will always have a duped creature on board and would free you up to do things like Scrap Trawler and Ashnods alter loops.

Also, not sure how relevant it is to your meta, but I feel like cards like Relic of Progenitus hit graveyard decks really hard if you are duplicating them turn to turn.

Oh, and Leyline Tyrant might be decent at helping you save red mana from duped Coveted Jewel or something. I really like the tyrant in general, because it lets you just tap out on red before your turn and battery up some mana, and then always has fun interactions too.

Again, such a cool deck. Makes me want to give this commander a try : )

Triton on Need ideas for mishra

1 year ago

Mishra is a ton of fun! The incremental value he provides is insane, and abusing/copying his trigger makes him unstoppable!

I tend to focus on artifact EtBs, LtBs, and sacrificing the Warforms for card advantage.

  • Reaver Titan is an insane finisher

  • Coveted Jewel is super fun to loop, feels like cheating with how much mana and cards you get out of looping this.

  • Stubborn Denial protects Mishra when he hits the board.

Here's my decklist for inspiration:

We've Been Duped!

Commander / EDH Triton


sylvannos on Hoax Storm v2

1 year ago

@FireMind42: Yeah in that case, you'll want to go for Underworld Breach or Paradoxical Outcome (or something weird with both). I'd lean more towards Paradoxical Outcome because it lends itself better to straight U/R Storm. Not to mention, it opens up Displacer Kitten + Coveted Jewel shenanigans. Then you won't have to rely on rituals so much (Desperate Ritual, Goblin Electromancer, and Seething Song are especially awkward). You can then fit more artifact mana and draw spells.

You'll still want Bolas's Citadel because you're never going to actually spend black mana to cast it and the card is just the nuts in Storm. Memory Jar is always fun with Hullbreacher and Narset, Parter of Veils, but Bolas's Citadel is like Yawgmoth's Will and Yawgmoth's Bargain in one card that can be Tinker'd for (especially with Sensei's Divining Top, Brainstorm, and Ponder). You'll still need Sphinx of the Steel Wind in your sideboard, which is another card you're never going to actually cast.

Since you don't want Monastery Mentor, you'll have to get by with Laelia, the Blade Reforged. Sometimes you'll want to Grapeshot. Sometimes you'll want to Brain Freeze. Sometimes you'll want to Empty the Warrens. Other times, you need something that can get big quick and an easy way to do that is Laelia, the Blade Reforged, Treasure Cruise, and Dig Through Time. She's mostly for Underworld Breach, but I'm not sure you'll need that with Paradoxical Outcome.

I also don't know how I forgot to mention Mind's Desire in my original post. That's the reason to play pure U/R Storm in Vintage LOL. Personal Tutor may also have a potential spot somewhere in this list. It grabs Tinker, Grapeshot, Time Walk, Mind's Desire, and draw 7s. I'd even consider it over the second copies of Past in Flames and Grapeshot.

Icbrgr on

1 year ago

well first things first im annoyed that i forgot about the existence of Silverbluff Bridge when i was building this deck lol so thanks for that reminder.

I think you and I are on our own island when it comes to Coveted Jewel... i also liked that card and though it looked fun/neat but the internet/forums said it was the first thing to cut because its bad to encourage people attacking you... idk i think its neat and am open to putting it back in.... i also like Scrabbling Claws too; I only cut it because it is a unique effect compared to the other 99 cards.... and Mirrorworks/Mimic Vat were also just tough things i cut for this prototype list... i woulnt be surprised or offended if they found there way back in here.

scotchtapedsleeves on

1 year ago

Just took a quick look at the base precon list, you've taken out a couple cards that are pretty fun.

Coveted Jewel is one. Gives some intense draw and can be shared around the table. Can always get it back if you swing

Endless Atlas Looks decent once you up your basic count. Generally with an Izzet deck you want to leave a lot of mana open for counterspells and interaction on your opponent's turn. This is a good way to convert that into draw if you don't do interaction

Mimic Vat is very good. Reviving creatures is great and it snuffs any stealing effects that happen when a card hits the graveyard (Looking at you Marchesa, the Black Rose)

Mirrorworks is 10/10

Prototype Portal is also pretty good.

Scrabbling Claws Targeted graveyard removal for 1 mana? yes please. Plus, if you make copies you can exile many cards a turn

Looks like you've taken out a lot of creature-copying cards. I would slot those back in if I were you. It'll help a ton to have extra bodies/copies of artifacts to tap later for mana instead of a few extra mana rocks.

I think you may want to go back to basics and rethink your strategy with this deck. Looks like the precon is very creature-focussed and you've removed a lot of interaction with that focus. Creatures are where artifact decks shine! Artifact cloning is your friend with this sort of deck, but make sure you have decent creatures to clone.

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