Fabled Passage

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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
Standard Brawl Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Fabled Passage

Land

: Sacrifice Fabled Passage: Search your library for a basic land card, put it onto the battlefield tapped, then shuffle your library. Then if you control four or more lands, untap that land.

fluffyeel on Braids, the Mastermind

1 month ago

Some thoughts that immediately come to mind:

Profet93 on

2 months ago

I don't see a lot of draw in here, how about a Momentous Fall or a Shamanic Revelation? For something more on theme although symmetrical, Horn of Greed. Greater Good is also a great option. It's a sac outlet to prevent theft, exile and can net you a ton of cards.

Castle Garenbrig - Simple ramp

Fetchlands like Fabled Passage, Terramorphic Expanse and even Myriad Landscape are potentially worth considering. Especially given you run crucible and ramunap. You run a lot of basic forests. Have you considering swapping some of them out to create additional utility in the mana base? Sadly a lot of the more powerful lands are expensive but there might be some that are worth considering depending on what you're looking for.

Potential Cut - Questing Beast. I don't see how it's purpose in the deck. Is it a meta call for a PW deck?

TheoryCrafter on Fungus

5 months ago

My recommendation is to cut The number of colors to 2. Green and Black should be the way to go. If you must have a third, then I'd recommend White or Blue so you can play either Ghave or Xavier Zap, respectively. Even then I wouldn't run more spells of white or blue.

Either way, a Fungus/Saproling deck should be creature intensive, so I wouldn't recommend adding more instants or sorceries except for Tear Asunder-- mainly as an option for dealing with Indestructible permanents.

Once that is taken care of your next step is to decide what kind of deck to build. You'll want to build around either Mycoloth, Slimefoot the Stowaway or The Mycotyrant. Fungus and Saproling creatures should have death triggers or activated abilities with more controlling aspects like Cankerbloom.

If you insist on having Spore counters then have Thelon, but only put in any combination of Utopian Mycon, Thorn Thallid, Spore Flower, Psychotrope Thallid and Deathspore Thallid. Otherwise Thelon should only exist in your deck to pump up your creatures. If you choose to go this path I'd recommend The Ozolith so you don't lose the spore counters. In which case I'd recommend adding Heroic Intervention.

As for Lands I would highly recommend Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth and Yavimaya, Cradle of Growth. Adding any combination of Evolving Wilds, Fabled Passage, and Terramorphic Expanse should only happen if you are playing Sporemound. Bojuka Bog is highly recommended.

I hope this helps. Thank you for reading me out. Happy Hunting!

HeadinPants on Faster game starts and smoother …

7 months ago

For the people like me who value getting as many games as possible in within the 3-4 hours I get to play magic each week, I would like to share some of the rules and tricks that my brother and I use on the regular.

1: Modification to rolling for first

It's not rolling for highest, but highest non-tie! Regardless of what dice are being rolled, this significantly cuts down on the number of times you have to reroll. Unless everyone in the pod ties, each player will only have to roll once.

2: Seeing the 8th

In multiplayer EDH, you are going to see your 8th card as soon as you take your first turn. If someone isn't sure they will have enough mana sources in their opening hand, allow them to look at the top card of their library to see if they draw into one. The odds of this working out are typically around 1/3, so that's 33%-ish fewer mulligans that have to be made. This is exceptionally useful for players who have long histories of being mana screwed (like me, even in my landfall deck >.>). If you are concerned that someone may use this to cheat for a better hand, have them reveal the top card rather than peek, and force them to mulligan if it isn't a mana source costing 2 or less.

3: Avoid tutors

Not only does this make the game more enjoyable overall, since it cuts back on people looking for combos, but it also cuts down on the number of times you will have to look through and/or shuffle your library. Now, I know some people may be thinking, "But what about my Cultivate/Farseek/Fabled Passage?" To that I say, "Avoid tutors, not exclude!" If (for example) you have 8 ramp or fixing pieces in your deck, and 6 of them involve searching for lands, consider replacing them with mana rocks or effects like Growth Spiral and increasing the amount of card advantage in the deck. Draw more cards and you will find more mana.

Rhadamanthus on Can a Evolving Wilds/Fabled passage …

9 months ago

The other players might be getting confused by a couple of recent cards that can find any land with a basic land type: Slimefoot's Survey and Sprouting Goblin are the basic examples. However, this is not the same kind of effect as Evolving Wilds and Fabled Passage. Those effects specifically get just basic lands. If a land isn't actually "Basic" on the type line then they won't work.

legendofa on Can a Evolving Wilds/Fabled passage …

9 months ago

Evolving Wilds and Fabled Passage can only find lands that have the word Basic in the type line. This is exclusively the cards Plains, Island, Swamp, Mountain, Forest, and Wastes. If a land has one or more of those land types in its type line, but not the word Basic, it's not a basic land and can't be found by Evolving Wilds or Fabled Passage.

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