Crop Sigil

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Legality

Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Historic Brawl Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Crop Sigil

Enchantment

At the begining of your upkeep, you may put the top card of your library into your graveyard.

Delirium - 2G, Sacrifice Crop Sigil: Return up to one target creature card and one target land card from your graveyard to your hand. Activate this ability only if there are four or more card types among cards in your graveyard.

jdogz32 on Self Mill Madness

1 year ago

wallisface the only card I can think of that I might use I'd Gixian Recycler but he's kind of a dead card if you draw him. I'm not overly attached to Crop Sigil so I can see my taking those out for 3 more creatures. I don't want to take out the Crawl from the Cellar I might go down to 1. That leaves room for 3x Gixian Recycler and 2x Splinterfright?

wallisface on Self Mill Madness

1 year ago

jdogz32 i’d think all of Crop Sigil, Crawl from the Cellar, and Languish are easy cards to remove. None of them do anything massively impactive, and removing those 6 cards gives you a bunch more needed creatures.

Collected Company and Tarmogoyf generally don’t play massively well together, in that CoCo needs a massive density of creatures, and Goyf wants a very wide variety of card types. You may have to rely more-heavily on your opponents graveyard for card-type-diversity - though if there’s any artifact-creatures or enchantment-creatures that can help your goal this might also be a path forward (i’m not sure if any such creatures are useful-enough to warrant running though)

KongMing on Fungi Garden

1 year ago

I recommend Krav, the Unredeemed as a way to draw cards without dumping a bunch of mana into it. Also gains you life. Only downside is it's not a Fungus.

Liliana, Dreadhorde General is great in this deck for many obvious reasons.

And hey, since there's so much sacrifice going on, why not Mazirek, Kraul Death Priest?

Now, your graveyard. Seems to me you need more steady ways to toss Fungus in there. How about Cemetery Tampering, Crawling Infestation, Crawling Sensation, Crop Sigil, Uurg, Spawn of Turg, Deathbonnet Sprout  Flip, Nyx Weaver, Old Rutstein, Out of the Tombs, Splinterfright, and Throne of Death  Flip.

Deadbridge Chant isn't steady, but it's great explosive mill.

rekkim on Ritual Mill

1 year ago

V2.0: Shifted aim toward answers from threats. Tokens aren't anything to worry about before turn seven, anyway.

Armored Skaab: Down by one.

Blex, Vexing Pest  Flip: Cut. Buffing the tokens to speed up lethal is counterintuitive to much of the rest of the deck's intention to stall. Rarely, if ever find reason to use the back side, and life is valuable to this deck only so far as delays are concerned. Once you're stable, you don't need to fish so desperately for pieces.

Boneyard Wurm: Down by one.

Combine Guildmage, Swarm Guildmage: See: Blex.

Lotleth Giant: I really like this because it dodges blockers, but it's never decisive like a seven-drop ought to be. Dropped.

Decisive Denial: Dropped. Couldn't justify its use when creature-based iterations can be used to keep the effect and fuel other spells.

Drown in Filth: Dropped. Part of the issue is the mana requirement. It's hard to reliably draw all three colors in the first two turns, so a lot of my starts were awkward with this. It could also fizzle early on by not having enough of the right thing in my graveyard.

Spider Spawning: Reduced by two. Slow, and the deck is pretty heavy on recursion. Despite issues with the tap requirement, Vilespawn Spider is a body, on or off the field, and anything in the way of attackers or pumping spells is important.

Spiketail Hatchling: Added four copies. Might look for one I like with a mana cost to make the tax a greater burden. Or maybe something with lower CMC and no flying.

Winds of Rebuke: Added three copies.

Spore Frog: Added four copies.

Svogthos, the Restless Tomb: Added another copy. Realized somewhere down the line that it plays really well with Crop Sigil to return two creatures to play.

Deadbridge Chant: Added one copy. Still not wholly sold on this, but it makes sprinting against other stall decks much more viable. Valid target for Winds of Rebuke, if you happen to need to reset with elixir.

Land: Reduced prominence of black and green for blue.

hunter17 on Karador, The Night King

3 years ago

Entomb is a Karador piece that works really nicely. Hermit Druid can mill a lot of cards quickly and also has a low entry cost in your deck. Crop Sigil is a pet card of mine that can mill cards quickly and get stuff back if you need to, or a better piece would be Underrealm Lich . I also have a counters deck and Sweet-Gum Recluse and Loyal Guardian are great combo pieces in the deck. Winding Constrictor can double your counters, and Nikara, Lair Scavenger will draw cards when your Stonecoil-esque creatures leave the battlefield. I don't really like mutate creatures even with Karador; I would suggest using Acidic Slime , Ravenous Chupacabra , or Caustic Caterpillar effects in your deck over them. Free sac outlets are also sweet, so Viscera Seer will perform, and Woe Strider is an absurd card in long games. Speaking of long games, Duneblast will do wonders in Karador by blowing everything up but keeping Karador, and Kaya's Wrath will destroy all creatures to keep you safe and gain you 3 or 4 life. Phyrexian Tower and High Market are free sac outlets on your lands, so they can go in your deck at virtually no cost. City of Shadows can go nuts in the right deck, but it is an RL card at maybe $125 right now. I passed up a chance to buy one for 30 bucks once... Hope you found these suggestions helpful!

BRG24 on Feels good to be Delirious (Modern)

4 years ago

Really nice deck. I’ve been playing around with delirium and find that X-cost artifacts like Walking Ballista, Hangarback Walker, or as I run, Stonecoil Serpent can be really strong. They can be a decent body on board, are very flexible in when you can play them, but they can also be cast for 0 to get two card types in the graveyard. I’d also maybe recommend Grisly Salvage and Crop Sigil as alternative delirium enablers, and Fabled Passage as an improved Evolving Wilds, if your budget can handle it. Deck looks really cool and I hope this has been helpful.

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