Everflowing Chalice

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy 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
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper Duel Commander Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

Everflowing Chalice

Artifact

Multikicker (You may pay an additional any number of times as you cast this spell.)

Everflowing Chalice enters the battlefield with a charge counter on it artifact for each time it was kicked.

: Add for each charge counter on Everflowing Chalice.

DemonDragonJ on Should I Put Talisman of …

4 days ago

Caerwyn, I have Thran Dynamo and Gilded Lotus in every one of my EDH decks, apart from my Atraxa deck (which instead contains Everflowing Chalice and Astral Cornucopia), and you actually have inspired me to re-evaluate my decision to include those cards in those decks, since, as awesome as they are, they are very expensive and I agree that it would be better to reduce the mana curve of my decks.

DreadKhan on unthinkable apocalypse

1 week ago

I'm not certain the Commander has enough explosive power to consistently win vs 2 decks, but I have very good results in 1 v 1 with my Rakdos deck, and it often has spare cards by the end of the game, be it wipe or removal, because the deck just runs so much of those, with lots of the removal hitting more than 1 target (I love stuff like Phyrexian Purge, Fire Covenant, Make an Example, and Volcanic Offering can each be a terror of a card, and a deck running all of them has lots of pinpoint removal that will clear lots of stuff out. Ashes to Ashes and Reckless Spite also exist fwiw, and if you aren't certain you'll have creatures out, Tergrid's Shadow can do a bit of work, as can Plaguecrafter or Demon's Disciple, cards Sedris can recur for 2B even. Another value card is Dredge the Mire, which can cheat in the 3 worst creatures in people's graveyards, note certain creatures will kill you if you control them, so check before playing! Necromantic Selection not only clears the field, it also gives you back the best thing, this is extra juicy if you use some sort of Indestructible creature(s) that won't die. If you consistently have a fairly big creature, or one with Deathtouch and Lifelink, Chandra's Ignition is one sided by definition, one of many cards that shines brightly with Basilisk Collar (which is also very good with Jaya Ballard, Task Mage or even good old Banshee, Jaya's 6 damage wipe really is amazing if you've got Collar on her, though it'll kill her too). If you expect to have multiple opponents, Goad is a very strong effect, Karazikar, the Eye Tyrant is potentially pretty solid, lots of card draw. There is also Kardur, Doomscourge that will force everyone's hand. Spectacular Showdown is a great card if you've actually got a board of your own to finish people off, keep in mind that on your next turn, you not only won't have been attacked by any pre-existing creature, everyone else will have swung for the fences with Double Strike, and they will likely have nothing left to defend with, making your Double Strikers very effective. Another Goad source that is great with a creature heavy board is Agitator Ant, which is hilarious a lot of the time. If you're using Goad effects, War Tax can let an opponent have a way around them, if there is a tax to attack Goad fails, and War Cadence is absolutely devastating with Goad, even a tax of 1 to block can make blocking impossible for weenie decks, and you can use either on anyone's turn.

As you've got access to Blue, there are a few non-Rakdos tricks you can use, the most hilarious I know of is Mass Diminish, note that it lasts until your next turn and have a good laugh. There is also Sudden Spoiling, which is powerful but lasts for that turn, or Polymorphist's Jest, which is similarly a 1 turn solution. I use Mass Diminish more aggressively, to make a player hyper-vulnerable to attackers (and make them unable to counter attack), getting two casts is just savage. Visions of Duplicity can create some chaos with it's two casts, Cultural Exchange is obscene if someone else has better creatures. Bident of Thassa is glorious if you want both of it's effects, forcing people to attack is incredibly mean, and this doesn't require you to run a weenie like Goblin Diplomats, but that's also a fun card fwiw. If you're going to run Oriq Loremage, you might slip in a huge creature to Unearth, something like Dragon Tyrant can be huge and not break the bank, Double Strike and Firebreathing are really good together, and you won't have to pay the upkeep with Unearth, he's dead before that matters.

I was looking at your land count and average Mana Value and I think you probably are running too few lands at this point, it's very tempting to cut them, but 30 is probably too few for a MV that is over 2.5. You might get away with adding 2 mana ramp, but I'd still aim for at least 36 lands (or MDFCs that count as a land, you probably already have the best two MDFCs in those colours, but people also run Malakir Rebirth  Flip) to ensure you can consistently cast stuff. There is a smattering of ways you can run less lands/ramp, but these all come with downsides, but in Grixis you can run 4 solid Bounce Lands, Dimir Aqueduct and Guildless Commons should be in here as well if you want a lower land count, these let you hit another land drop when you draw them. You might also run stuff like Thran Dynamo or Worn Powerstone to help you hit higher MVs sooner, ramping by only 1 mana feels bad compared to hitting a land drop most of the time, there is also Gilded Lotus, but hitting 5 mana can be rough. Coalition Relic can charge for 1 turn, Skyclave Relic is super versatile/rugged, and Everflowing Chalice can be huge if you want, 6-10 mana is absurd but sometimes comes up. Cantrips like Ponder and Preordain are also good at digging for a land, but I know in Talrand it stings pretty bad when you Preordain and don't find a land and I needed one. As for some cards to remove, I'll take a look, but if I'm trying to build a deck that can handle attention, I look first at cards that will hurt only 1 player, unless that card will almost certainly end that player, either right away or in a few turns.

A few to consider removing (I may be missing why you have them in, so user discretion is advised or something): Archive Trap, Outpost Siege, Palace Siege, Ponder, Preordain, Haunting Echoes, Cruel Ultimatum (this seems insanely hard to cast, and hits only 1 player, unless you can copy it I'd run Captive Audience if I want to hose one player hard), Cranial Extraction, Cormela, Glamour Thief, Kess, Dissident Mage, Kroxa, Titan of Death's Hunger, Lobber Crew, Loyal Subordinate, Nekusar, the Mindrazer, Obeka, Brute Chronologist, Phenax, God of Deception, Runo Stromkirk  Flip, Spear Spewer, and Thermo-Alchemist.Some maybe cards include Angrath, Captain of Chaos, and Cryptolith Fragment  Flip (for another land, maybe a better rock, there is Thought Vessel, but fixing is sweet in Grixis).

Hope some of this is helpful!

MilesHiles on Send Nids.

1 month ago

Thanks for the suggestions TheGeneralSnowman! You're correct about the 3 cmc rock neglect lol I have a special lack of appreciation for Astral Cornucopia because of Everflowing Chalice and the ability to have a similar rock (granted without color options) but a turn sooner at the earliest. For an X deck, the color doesn't matter as much as the mana itself. This is true enough to where I'm also considering removing Phyrexian Altar in favor of Ashnod's Altar for a better creature-mana benefit. I like Reflections of Littjara. The doubling regardless of X ability is a good add since Magus Lucea Kane can only double the Ravenous Tyranids. I'm not sure what I'd swap for it yet but I'll definitely be giving it a try

GameDragon111 on Klauth, The Hydramancer

2 months ago

This seems to have a great structure, but there are a few things that may be improvable. Also, I'm not sure what your price range is, so some of these cards may be a bit too expensive.

Also, not sure if you noticed (I didn't at first when messing with hydras), but the mana from Klauth can only be used to cast spells, so the Hydra Broodmaster and Domesticated Hydra can't use their monstrosity from Klauth's ability, though they are still great cards.

the card Everflowing Chalice may help with what I stated above, and is good for producing large amounts of future mana.

You may want to add a doubling card such as Unbound Flourishing or Branching Evolution to help your creatures get stronger at an exponential rate with Klauth. The card Doubling Season also works, but it is much more expensive.

If you want to do some fast and instant damage with your creatures, Mage Slayer, Outmaneuver, and Warstorm Surge may be good in this deck.

Sorry if this is a bit long. Hope this helps

Profet93 on Eldrazi Artifact - Titan 2.0

2 months ago

The good things about combos in this type of colorless deck is that they all synergize with each other ensuring no deadpieces.

Forsaken Monument + Basalt = Infinite mana

best card in your deck to add Rings of Brighthearth + Basalt Monolith = Infinite + Sensei top = Infinite draw. Any time you have infinite mana you can infinite draw if you have top.

Voltaic Key - Untaps mana artifacts like sol ring to ramp you. It can untap top to draw extra cards. But its best use is going infinite.... Voltaic Key + Everflowing Chalice (8 counters) + rings = Infinite mana. Alternatively, chalice can have 6 counters as long as you have forsaken monument. Should forsaken monument be out, it should work with Thran Dynamo as well.

Mystic Forge - Allows you to play 1/3rd of your deck. Combos as such ...... Mystic Forge + artifact cost reducer (Ugin, the Ineffable, Cloud Key, Semblance Anvil) + top = Draw your deck.

metal worker (2 artifact cards in hand) + Voltaic key + rings = infinite mana.

painters servant + grindstone = fun times

Blinkmoth Urn = Ramp, funny with myconsith lattice

Karn, the Great Creator - Artifact hate. Add in myconsith lattice = GG. Also it's -2 helps recur exiled artifacts (aka, rings).

Karn, Silver Golem - Not an entirely serious suggestion, but can blow up lands with lattice. Can make opponents less likely to creature board wipe if you turn their artifacts they need into creatures. Can be used as a political tool as well.

Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth/Yavimaya, Cradle of Growth - Turn your lands with no mana abilities to tap for colorless (Ex: Eye of Ugin, dark depths, temple of false).

Thespians stage + Dark Depths = 20/20

Scorched Ruins + Deserted Temple + rings = Infinite colorless

Crucible + Buried Ruins = Artifact + Land recursion.

Profet93 on Jhoira cEDH

2 months ago

What is the purpose of junktroller exactly? If it's GY recursion, why not get Elixir of Immortality? It's cheaper to cast, less vulnerable to removal, although it costs you a blocker. Might be worth it.

Liquid Metal Tongue - What is the purpose of the 2nd ability, politics + neat interaction I'm missing? If its primary purpose is ramp, have you considered swapping it with Everflowing Chalice? Same CMC (effectively, per 2 mana) but has a higher ceiling (I get it, not really needed in a storm combo deck) as it can combo ..... Chalice (4 counters), tap for 4 mana, use voltaic key (3 left) to untap it, hold priority and use rings of brighthearth (1 left) to copy the ability, untapping the key , netting you 1 mana each cycle.

I notice you have the rings + basalt + top to draw your deck. I also notice your mystic forge + cost reducer (semblance, cloud) + top = Draw your whole deck. Nice job!

What purpose of clock of omens serve? I'm sure it's there, I just can't see it at the moment. Wish I understood the deck better, a description would be great. Gives me (and others) a better idea of how to improve the deck/what you are looking for.

ThroughTheBlaze on Giada, Font of Hope

3 months ago

airsoftsniper91 Coincidentally enough, I was planning to do an update on this later today. A couple of the cards in the deck were swapped this weekend. We did some more testing of the deck this weekend as well. It worked significantly better than the previous times due to getting more mana and ramp. The wins that I did manage to get were via combat with the Angel tokens and the compounding +1/+1 counters from Giada. Additionally, I do have some cards on their way from CardKingdom. My intended plan was to replace as follows (I may have already replaced some of these this weekend, and just forgot. That will be in the update I put together later today): Treasure Chest -> Bishop of Wings; Arcane Signet -> Emeria, The Sky Ruin; Marble Diamond -> Near-Death Experience; Everflowing Chalice -> Thespian's Stage; Plains -> Vesuva

The following are also on my "buy when possible" list: Authority of the Consuls, Sephara, Sky's Blade, Avacyn, Angel of Hope, Emeria Angel, Guardian Seraph, and Angel of Condemnation. I am adding all of your recommendations to my "buy when possible" list, and will make updates as I go.

Considering the life gain is required for making the Angel tokens, Angel of Grace, Angel's Grace, and Near-Death Experience are counter productive. These may end up being the replaced cards instead of Treasure Chest and Plains, and then I just won't add Near-Death Experience at all. At the very least, they are on the list to be replaced.

Do you have any thoughts, suggestions, concerns, recommendations with the current plan until I can get more of the cards from my list? Thank you for the input!

airsoftsniper91 on Giada, Font of Hope

3 months ago

Saw that you were looking for help and this commander seems pretty cool. Not sure what your budget is, but I'm going to make some suggestions at different price points.

Here's some cards I'd cut: Angel's Grace, Cleric Class, Angelic Accord, Treasure Chest, The Book of Exalted Deeds, Panharmonicon, Arcane Signet, Marble Diamond, Campfire, Mass Calcify, Brave the Elements, Cleansing Nova, Everflowing Chalice, and Gift of Estates

I can provide more explanation on why, but generally these cards are low impact, less helpful than they may seem, or off theme a bit. Some of these are life gain or ETB payoffs but they don't have many ways to trigger them.

I'm seeing a wincon through combat with the deck as is. Giada is Ramp in the command zone but only for Angels, and the starting list only has 17 Angel spells. Turn 2 Giada and hitting all your land drops means we can send out 4 CMC angels turn 3.

I recommend Emeria Angel, Guardian Seraph, Angel of Condemnation

A lot of the Angel's are high CMC but you're running a lot of cost reducers. Due to this I think you need more lands and more Draw. Arch of Orazca, Geier Reach Sanitarium, Sea Gate Wreckage and War Room are all utility lands you can run in mono color that tap for colorless mana and help you draw.

That leaves seven more cards to add back in. I'd go with Karmic Guide, Twilight Shepherd, Battlegrace Angel, Angelic Sleuth, Herald of the Host, Dawnbreak Reclaimer, and Aegis Angel

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