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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
|Pauper Duel Commander||Legal|
Creature — Human Peasant
When this enters the battlefield, mill three cards, then you may return a land card from your graveyard to your hand. (To mill a card, put the top card of your library into your graveyard.)
Austin_Smith_of_Cards on Graveyard Maverick - My Tortex Brew
2 months ago
Made some adjustments to the deck to modernize a little; classic toolbox Golgari-style Tortex seems to have fallen slightly out of favor for Abzan aggro, but we don’t need no white mana!
+2 Eccentric Farmer, +2 Kitchen Imp, +1 Writhing Necromass
-1 Stinkweed Imp, -1 Perilous Myr, -1 Thoughtpicker Witch, -1 Barren Moor, -1 Tranquil Thicket
Eccentric Farmer does double duty filling our graveyard and recurring lands to meet our drops, so traded out one Stinkweed Imp and a Thoughtpicker Witch (who I’ve almost never needed to use in playing this list). With Farmer helping us meet our land drops better, dropped the two cycling lands to make room for a pair of Kitchen Imps to push early game aggro. Lastly, ditched the Perilous Myr for a big beatstick in Writhing Necromass to contend against the likes of Gurmag Angler or potentially even bigger creatures.
Maximariusmagillius on Viconia the Graveyard Hermit
4 months ago
I appreciate the suggestions! I do currently have one, Skull Prophet.
My thought process behind this deck is to mill your own library and play out of the graveyard. A lot of the cards don't ever get to make it into your hand, so it wouldn't make a ton of sense to put things in here that could not be gotten back. That's why there are only 5 non-creature non-land things.
That being said there are tons of creature based mana dorks out there, Arbor Elf, Llanowar Elves, Elvish Mystic, and even my all time favorite Incubation Druid. However I don't think that they would help further my goal of getting stuff in and out of the graveyard, or comboing with that. They could just as easily be replaced with a land, which would combo with other stuff in the deck, Centaur Vinecrasher, Eccentric Farmer, Turntimber Sower so I would be hesitant to cut more lands than I need to.
Lord of Extinction is a great card but Lhurgoyf is great too and a fifth of the price too. They both have their pros and cons, Lord of Extinction has a higher CMC and one more colors. Lhurgoyf toughness is equal to 1+ the number of cards, if my opponent exiles all graveyards that leaves him on the battlefield. If I decide to cut anything, it would be Creeping Dread and I would replace it with Lord of Extinction.
I look forward to hearing more of your suggestions!
Lanzo493 on Got a farm that need …
1 year ago
Innistrad has a fair number of farming related cards. We've got Heavy Mattock, Scorned Villager Flip, Village Survivors, Lambholt Elder Flip, Thatcher Revolt, Champion of Lambholt, Tireless Hauler Flip, Eccentric Farmer, Hinterland Logger Flip, Harvest Hand Flip, Wild-Field Scarecrow, Splendid Reclamation, Crop Sigil, Woodcutter's Grit, and Field Creeper for cards I found that I think have farmer themes.