Ice-Fang Coatl

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

Ice-Fang Coatl

Snow Creature — Snake



When this enters the battlefield, draw a card.

This has deathtouch as long as you control at least three other snow permanents.

wallisface on Mission Briefing

2 months ago

I’d second what xtechnetia said, in that Wall of Omens feels closer to Snappy than Briefing does.

Personally if I were looking to replace snappy for something cheaper, i’d be Ice-Fang Coatl, or possibly just Opt.

wallisface on What Doesn't Mill You Makes You Stronger

2 months ago

Some thoughts:

  • your mana curve is very, very high. Modern decks typically struggle to justify running more than 3-4 cards costing cmc4, and often run nothing above this. You’ve got 14 cards costing 4-or-more, which is going to lead to very slow/clumsy hands. With all your card-draw, you can probably afford to run maybe 6 cards costing 4-5 mana, but I wouldn’t run any more than this.

  • I think you probably want to go up to 22 lands. As an example, Burn decks run 19 lands, and only play cmc1-2 spells.

  • I would recommend both Ice-Fang Coatl and Coiling Oracle, both are strong at providing draw.

wallisface on Bant Soulherder except I NOW have money

4 months ago

I see this deck name has updated from being a moneyless build to a money-filled one.

I would recommend the first thing you do if you’re adding cash to this build, is to become 3 colour, adding green. Green just has too many high-value options to quickly accelerate your boardstate. As well as the obvious Coiling Oracle and Ice-Fang Coatl, being able to abuse Ephemerate with Eternal Witness gives the deck some great staying power.

And who wouldn’t want to flicker a Thragtusk?

wallisface on Poison Hurts

7 months ago

One last thing, if you can replace your current lands with the snow-covered variants (Snow-Covered Island, Snow-Covered Forest), then you can run Ice-Fang Coatl, which is a big improvement to your offensive power (I'd be dropping the Counterspell to make room for it, or Deadly Recluse if you're set on keeping countermagic)

wallisface on Eldrazi PanharmoniTron

8 months ago

Doing it without Tron lands could give you a brew that looks very similar to existing Soulherder archtypes (just without Soulherder)... something like this might be almost-competitive (although at this point, it's a very different list to what you're trying to achieve, so not sure if this is the route you'd want to go down):

wallisface on Eldrazi PanharmoniTron

8 months ago

deathjunky If I were trying to build a Modern Panharmonicon with Tron Lands deck, I think i’d initially set myself the following restrictions:

  1. Make sure there’s a full playset of Panharmonicon. The card is important to have in play, so we should be ensuring we get it.

  2. Ensure that the vast majority of the deck benefits from Panharmonicon. I would ditch the Eldrazi entirely for this, and focus on artifacts to make for a toolboxy build using Whir of Invention (this would allow us to get setup, while also getting pieces we need).

  3. Figure out how much we need Tron active. We either need low-ish cmc with Chalice of the Void, or we need to splash green to ensure Tron becomes active. I’m personally in favour of option A, though i think i’d still splash green for the likes of Thragtusk.

I think i’d end up with something like this (just spitballing, so this can easily be refined):

(Note, after going through that exercise, the biggest takeaway I have is that I don’t think Panharmonicon wants to be in the same deck as Tron-lands. If i’d just built this as a UG creature list, instead of a tron based build, i think it’d have been easier to ramp, and have access to better payoffs (i.e Hornet Queen). I think the best path forward for your Panharmonicon might be to ditch Tron)

wallisface on Why Has WotC Brought Back …

9 months ago

DemonDragonJ easily. In modern Ephemerate has become a pretty commonly seen tool for this kind of abuse. Outside if that, we’ve seen all Soulherder, Restoration Angel, Flickerwisp, and Eldrazi Displacer harass the format at different stages. There are currently an abundance of insane etb creatures, including Thragtusk, Eternal Witness, Skyclave Apparition, Ice-Fang Coatl just to name a few.

If someone’s unable to build a deck based around abusing etb effects, that’s on them, because the options to do so are vast.

Stryfe_ on Azdranax

10 months ago

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