Helix Pinnacle

Helix Pinnacle

Enchantment

Shroud

(X): Put X tower counters on Helix Pinnacle.

At the beginning of your upkeep, if there are 100 or more tower counters on Helix Pinnacle, you win the game.

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Legality

Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

Helix Pinnacle Discussion

Balaam__ on Incredible budget combo elves

1 week ago

I think Helix Pinnacle works better with the old Devoted Druid + Vizier of Remedies combo

PvTimes on Incredible budget combo elves

1 week ago

The only suggestion I could make would add a Doubling Cube and Doubling Season to really help with pouring mana into Helix Pinnacle. Only downside with the cube is you need 7 mana before you start seeing any benefit from it

DreadKhan on green machine

1 month ago

Yeah, Staff of Domination is bonkers in Elves, and it's not all that pricey. Umbral Mantle can also offer infinite combo potential like Staff. Sword of the Paruns also works, You might try out Helix Pinnacle as an mana payoff, it's got Shroud and that much mana is nothing in Elves. Marwyn, the Nurturer is a good Elf to consider, she can get huge and generate pretty big mana. Elves are lots of fun, I play them in Legacy, where I'm still experimenting. Ezuri, Renegade Leader is a good mana outlet to have in Elves, while Joraga Warcaller is a somewhat worse one that can still win a game (no trample sucks).

LandoLRodriguez on My first edh. Omnath locus of mana

1 month ago

Unless I'm missing something about how this deck is supposed to play, you're running way too many lands here. Your typical commander deck has probably between 34-40 lands. My Lord Windgrace landfall deck (in which the lands are extremely important) only runs 42. The upside of this fact though is that it takes away some of what is the most painful part of tweaking my decks: deciding what to cut. You need to cut a bunch of forests. Also, I'm not sure why you're running Mirror Gallery. It doesn't look like you're trying to copy any legendaries

You could probably consider swapping one of them out for Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx. This is a great mono-colored commander land.

Getting a bunch of extra land drops in a turn is great with stuff like Azusa, Lost but Seeking and Exploration, but unless you're able to draw extra cards to replace those lands, you're just gonna wind up with an empty hand and hoping for something good from your top deck. Cultivator Colossus is a great way to dump some lands onto the battlefield and keep your hand full in doing so.

Cultivate is a great way to dig some lands out of your library, and there's other good spells that do similar things. Harrow, Kodama's Reach, Three Visits, and Nature's Lore among others can help you ramp up and thin lands out of your library. You may want to include some more of these types of spells.

Personally, I like to include some redundant effects along with my commander. Omnath can help you pile up mana, sure, but you'll lose it all if he gets zapped. Horizon Stone can help hedge your bets in case something happens to your commander.

There's lots of Nissa planeswalkers that interact nicely with your lands, most notably Nissa, Who Shakes the World. You should definitely look into some of those.

Lastly, given what Omnath can do and since you're clearly looking to produce absurd amounts of mana, it kinda looks like you're lacking a real payoff for all that production/retention. You need some outlets into which to sink all that mana so that you can close out the game. Finale of Devastation is a pretty popular one in these types of decks. You might also want to consider Helix Pinnacle as a surprise alternate win-con if you're sitting on a pile of 100 or more mana. Not to mention, being mono-green, there's tons of enormous and expensive creatures with devastating effects (I'm looking at you, Craterhoof Behemoth) you can run as well.

I hope this is helpful, I'd say you've probably got about 20 slots to replace forests with stuff that's more fun than basic lands. You say this is your first EDH deck, so in case you were unaware, EDHREC is a great resource for ideas while brewing your decks. Good luck!

123456789101112131415161718 on Ezuri's Exuberant Elfball Extravaganza

2 months ago

Profet93, again, thanks for the suggestions, they're super helpful!

I definitely agree I should cut Helix Pinnacle, but it's a massive pet card of mine. It's only won me 1 game ever, but I can't bring myself to cut it. That being said, I might playtest Glimpse of Nature instead of it, because it will 100% function better. I also might try Umbral Mantle too, because that might be even more consistent than Glimpse of Nature, if a bit less versatile.

Staff of Domination does go infinite with priest, marwyn, etc. which is why I keep it in. It does require a fair bit of mana (3 to cast, 3 to activate), but I've found it wins me the game on a successful resolve, with either Ezuri's second ability or drawing into craterhoof.

The single fetch in this deck is exclusively to flex on one of my friends who plays simic. We opened MH2 packs together and I pulled the Misty Rainforest, so I have it in there basically just to show off. I also like to tell myself it thins the deck out so I draw into more useful cards, but I should probably playtest something else, maybe a Castle Garenbrig or something. Strip Mine isn't super helpful in my meta as my playgroup doesn't run a huge amount of worrisome lands. I might try it anyways though.

VensersJournalist on Cards that getting stronger

4 months ago

Though these aren’t kicker/multikicker cards, they have potential to grow stronger as the game progresses:

The topic is a bit broad, but I feel like cards like this are especially adept at becoming much larger threats with time.

Maxcoh on Yeva - Mono Green

6 months ago

Some New Additions, not going to say what was removed but in most cases the cards that came out were underperforming cards that were either just big threats like Dungrove Elder or worse versions of cards that got added such as Garruk's Horde:

Elvish Mystic - I tried to not put in just a 1/1 mana dork for as long as I could but honestly there's no reason not too. Especially now with the extra card draw/play from the top of the deck it is not a dead card late so it becomes so much better.

Outland Liberator  Flip - So this actually is something that I thought would be good to talk about. Krosan Grip was actually the card that came out here. In a sense, I'm trading split second for the fact that it's a creature card so that I can cast it off the top of the deck or as an instant. It's also cool because the werewolf cards from the new Innistrad pair SUPER well with Yeva since you can just pass your turn a lot of the time to flip them and then cast your creatures on their turns. I'll keep an eye out for other of the new wolves that would fit in well (or maybe even some old ones depending).

Tireless Tracker - So yeah. Card is just nuts. Card draw engine that turns itself into a threat. I added A LOT of more ramp in this version as well so this guy can benefit a lot from some of the other new cards. This also gives me the idea to look at some other landfall cards in the future as well, right now it's just this and Baru, Fist of Krosa that really benefit but we'll see.

Vizier of the Menagerie - Yeah so this is just a 4 CMC Garruk's Horde. Not much else to say. Also doesn't make you reveal which is also pretty nice.

Kodama's Reach, Nature's Lore, Skyshroud Claim, Khalni Heart Expedition - These all fill into the "really good ramp spells" category so yeah they all came in. Kodama's might be on the chopping block if I need to cut a ramp spell first, or maybe Ranger's Path.

Lifecrafter's Bestiary - One of those "just belongs in green creature deck cards". Turns things into card draw for extra mana, smooths out your draws just by existing. Great card.

Thought Vessel - Just honestly a small good mana rock with minor benefit. Just testing this out, could also be replaced pretty easily.

Helix Pinnacle - Probably the card I'm most excited about trying in the deck. With all these untap land effects, mana doubling, instant speed cards, this seems like a reallllllly good way to win. It's cheap, efficient and you can definitely pump out 100 mana in a turn cycle with this deck.

Autumn's Veil - Worse Veil of Summer is probably still worth it.

Hunter's Insight - This is maybe good card draw? Honestly just checking on it, probably at this point it could just get taken out but we'll see.

Thoughts about the deck: The deck now functions how I think it should pretty consistently. You ramp and then hold up mana to play threats and draw a bunch of cards. Newer cards added a lot of depth and trickiness to the deck and I'm going to continue in that direction.

Next steps - Craterhoof Behemoth and Avenger of Zendikar are cards I'm looking at just because that just ends the game. Tooth and Nail in addition to those two maybe but I'll have to get and test them first to see how it plays.

StoryArcher on Need suggestions for a green …

7 months ago

Don't know what your mana situation is, but maybe Helix Pinnacle?

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