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As an additional cost to cast Deprive, return a land you control to its owner's hand.

Counter target spell.

Balaam__ on Trouble at the Old Mill!

3 months ago

@Hidden Gibbons I forgot Deprive existed. I’m going to add it to the maybeboard for now, partly because I want it as a visible reminder for when the time comes to give this deck a tune up. I’m actually very satisfied with how the current iteration performs, but with Wizards cranking out 30 expansions a year there will invariably come a time when newer, more effective cards will have to be considered. Thanks for posting.

hiddengibbons on Trouble at the Old Mill!

3 months ago

I like how Oboro, Palace in the Clouds works with the crabs. Not knowing of that card’s existence, I always used Deprive and fetch lands in conjunction with the crabs

SufferFromEDHD on (More than) once in a blue moon

6 months ago

Welcome to the club

Balaam__ on Trouble at the Old Mill!

11 months ago

Thanks Icbrgr—I hadn’t considered Deprive. I’ll give it some thought. I’ve already got one Oboro in the revision in the background, but only one. Considering it’s a Legendary land I think one is sufficient, particularly since I only own a single copy. That seems reasonable, no?

Icbrgr on Trouble at the Old Mill!

11 months ago

This is kinda a stretch but what about that counterspell that returns a land to the hand to trigger landfall from the mill crabs? Hedron Crab/Ruin Crab with Deprive? Maybe Oboro, Palace in the Clouds?

SufferFromEDHD on Noyan Dar Living Landscapes

1 year ago

Spell slinging is appropriate with Noyan Dar and the token strategy works well under Humility.

Deprive is a clear upgrade to Negate. Maybe Thwart as well?

Capsize the ultimate spell for spell slinging.

Gattison on Millton, Massachusetts

1 year ago

Henchman31: First of all, unfortunately you really need 12 or more Petitioners for it work right. The more the better, within reason.

Secondly, also unfortunately, Gush is actually banned and needs to come out. So ideally just add four more Petitioners and you'd be good to go.

As for a sideboard, Tormod's Crypt or Relic of Progenitus for graveyard decks (which are good sideboard cards for ANY deck, really). Hydroblast against burn/mono red. Echoing Truth for extra removal and for fighting token decks. Boomerang to bounce permanents... and then Counterspell them when the opponent tries to recast it. And lastly if you need more counterspells, try something like Deprive.

Hope that helps too, now on to the last one...

erikthor13 on Slogurk, Lands Don't Matter

1 year ago

i think you could get some use out of some of the better Moonfolk that return a land to your hand, combined with things that you have like Ayula's Influence. Meloku the Clouded Mirror and Uyo, Silent Prophet are probably the best but a couple other cool ones are Soratami Mirror-Mage and Soratami Savant. some other useful tricks to return lands to your hands are Vapor Snare, Deprive and Tragic Lesson. Trench Behemoth could also be an alternate win condition along the same vein. a few other land discard cards are Trade Routes and Compulsive Research. Greenseeker would also be very useful here. sweet deck overall and probably not room to add all of this but a few more tweaks could really make this shine.

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