Jungle Shrine

Jungle Shrine

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Jungle Shrine enters the battlefield tapped.

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal

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Jungle Shrine Discussion

Pyruscreed on Power Rangers Dino Naya

1 month ago

Grind Jungle Shrine and Mirror Entity are both going in, thanks.

multimedia I was not aware of Duelist's Heritage that is way better than some of the red double strike enchantments. As for the rituals, eh I'll give them a shot. Thank you.

Grind on Power Rangers Dino Naya

1 month ago

cool deck!!!
Gishath feels like he really wants double strike, because then he gets two triggers from combat damage!
Boros Charm is generally useful and can give the dino double strike. Psychotic Fury is another, there are several other instants that can do this, give it a search if you are interested.
also, Jungle Shrine is a good inclusion.
Mirror Entity is a dinosaur and a win con if you have enough mana and creatures.
just some thoughts, cheers and have fun!! might consider ways to survive/mitigate damage from a boardwipe. i like Evolutionary Leap and Temur Sabertooth to sac to find creatures, or bounce creatures i want to cast again later. also the sabertooth goes quite well with your zacama primal calamity if you happen to have lands that make 12 mana. Mirari's Wake is an option.

multimedia on Fury of the Dragons

2 months ago

Hey, with what you have so far well done on a budget. Nice Omniscience Amonkhet invocation :)

Some budget cards to help with ramp:

Elder can potentially tap to make five mana, all five colors. It can make more mana when you have different colored permanents in your control making it busted when you control Scion of the Ur-Dragon . By itself it can make two mana (green and white), that alone is good for ramp/color fixing. Jodah's effect lets you cheat the casting cost of cards especially Ur-Dragon; cast him for five instead of nine. He's is excellent with Omniscience as casting cost will be difficult with this manabase.

Kiora can be repeatable draw when Dragons ETB and she can also be ramp. You can use her for seven turns for ramp before she dies and being able to untap any permanent means you can untap a mana rock or a mana dork. Crop Rotation is helpful to get any land by sacing a basic land to then tutor and put it onto the battlefield. Sylvan Scrying can tutor for any land.


Repeatable draw when Dragons ETB, being able to cheat creatures onto the battlefield and more haste are helpful effects with Dragons.

Some budget tutors to search for Dragon(s). Creature tutors can replace some draw spells since you want to draw Dragons anyway, might as well search for the one you want.

Some budget versatile instant removal or counterspells.


The manabase can be improved on a budget; 32 lands is low. I wouldn't go below 35 and I would play as much as 38 since you don't want to miss land drops when high CMC Dragons are the cards you want to be casting.

More five color lands help with color fixing. On a budget I recommend more basic Forests and the five Battle lands since Battle lands such as Cinder Glade have interaction with basic lands. You only need to control two basic lands of any type to activate a Battle land to ETB untaped. If you control a basic Forest and a basic Mountain then Sunken Hollow will ETB untapped.

Farseek is a land ramp spell that can search for any Battle land and put it onto the battlefield. It's helpful for color fixing to be able to ramp with a dual land. The green budget Pain lands such as Yavimaya Coast are nice since they can ETB untapped turn two or three to make green to cast a ramp spell. If you're going to play lands that always ETB tapped then Tri lands such as Savage Lands give you more color fixing from three different color choices. In five colors the Tri lands give you more than the Scry lands.

In the manabase you want at least 12 sources of each color and you want more green and red sources then the rest. Tri lands help with color fixing to give you more sources of colors. Red and green are the two most important colors for Dragons. Green for early game ramp and red for Dragons. Green is for ramp that also gets the other colors that's why it should have the most basic lands to give you more chances of drawing a green source early to cast ramp.

Good luck with your deck.

multimedia on Vampir Firsttry

4 months ago

Hey, good work for your first Commander deck on a budget. You have several nice cards, but also many stinkers :)

There's 2x Inscription of Ruin which you can't have in Commander. Jungle Shrine has green in it's card color identity thus you can't play it because Edgar isn't green. With Edgar you want to lower the mana curve with more one/two/three drop Vamps. Edgar and Coat of Arms are the high CMC cards you want to cast, but before you cast them you want a more established army of Vamps which means the majority of the Vamps you play should be one, two or three drops. Low CMC Vamps are easier to cast thus you get faster token value from Edgar's eminence.

These one drop Vamps are fine plays in the early game while also being useful in the later parts of a game too.

Drana is the most expensive price Vamp I'm suggesting, it's worth $5. Most of these Vamps have repeatable effects or flying which is helpful evasion for attacking in Commander. More low CMC Vamps makes Skullclamp better and it's one of your best sources of repeatable value to get ahead or recover to draw more Vamps; Open the Armory can tutor for it.


Consider more budget dual lands that ETB untapped?

Ancestry and Outpost always ETB tapped, but that's fine since next turn they can make any color of mana you need to cast cards. On a budget this color fixing is helpful.

I offer more advice including what cards to cut. Would you like more advice? Good luck with your deck.

Sanglier on Vampir Firsttry

5 months ago

Nice Deck,

If I were you, I would take out the Altar of the Brood (putting one card in the graveyard of the opponent at a time is not that useful to you and will often help them). I would also take out the Skullclamp as it doesn't synergise fully with the rest of your deck (you need to have a little more 1/1 for it to be very useful)

I don't think you are allowed to have the Jungle Shrine as it breaks your colors but you can replace it fairly easily with Nomad Outpost.

Finally, since you already have Exquisite Blood, if you add Sanguine Bond you will have an infinite combo!

GenericToaster on stampeding Dinosaurs!!!! RUN!!!!!!!!!!

5 months ago

What looks like it needs the most work is the mana base. I absolutely agree that you should cut down on the lands and put in a decent chunk of mana ramp. Personally, I would shoot to cut down to 35 lands and put in 10 pieces of ramp. Seeing that this is a $100-150 range deck, I feel that some $5 range lands may be appropriate. I'd suggest check-lands like Rootbound Crag (since you run so many basics) maybe some of the zendikar rising pathways (like Cragcrown Pathway  Flip) while they're still >$10, and maybe some pain-lands (like Battlefield Forge) too. And since you have 3 colors, there are also some ABSOLUTE staples that you could benefit from, such as Command Tower, Exotic Orchard, Jungle Shrine, and this is totally me speculating, but the reprint of Mana Confluence as a box topper in commander legends could possibly bring the card to the $10-12 range (currently $15-20 range).

multimedia on Kinda Budget Sliver Overlord Toolkit Deck

5 months ago

Hey, well done building a budget version of Overload, but unless your willing to spend more to upgrade the manabase a lot then getting above power level 5 will not be possible. There's no Command Tower or Exotic Orchard which are budget staples of Commander especially with five color decks. You honestly shouldn't be worrying about power level at all with a tribal deck that's less than $200.

On a budget there's limited options for playable lands for a five color manabase. Your best options for lands in five colors are Rainbow lands (Command Tower), etc. Unfortunately most Rainbow lands are expensive price cards, but there's some exceptions:

The goal of any manabase in Commander is to have the least amount of lands that will always ETB tapped because then game play is not hindered by the lands you play since you can tap the land for mana the same turn you play it. On a budget for five colors it will difficult, almost impossible, to not play some lands that always ETB tapped, but the lands that do this better give you good color fixing to make up for it and you don't need to play a ton of them.

Tri lands (Jungle Shrine) will always ETB tapped, but when they untap they can make one color of three different color choices which makes them on a budget worth playing:

Tri lands along with Path of Ancestry should be the only lands in the manabase that always ETB tapped.

I've built a lot of budget five color manabases for $200 decks and they use basic lands with dual lands that have good interaction with basic lands. Battle lands (Cinder Glade) and Check lands (Rootbound Crag) are dual lands that have interaction with basic lands to make them ETB untapped:

Battle lands also have interaction with Check lands because they're two different land types which is what Check lands look for. Many Check lands are expensive price, but there's a few that are less than $4. All Check lands are more expensive than Battle lands therefore add more Battle and less Check. Battle lands are nice with Farseek since it can search for one of them and being able to ramp with a dual land gives you much better color fixing then just a basic land.

Example of a budget five color manabase shell to build from:

  • 8-10 Rainbow lands
  • 20 basic lands
  • 5-8 Battle lands/Check lands
  • 5-8 Tri lands

You have the right idea with playing green land ramp spells which are good with 20x basic lands for ramp and color fixing, but you can expand on this with cards that let you search for any land meaning it can get a land that's not a basic land. Crop Rotation is a powerful budget card in Commander since you can sac a basic land to search for any land and put it onto the battlefield. Sac a basic land to get a Rainbow land. Crop is an instant meaning you could cast it during an opponents end step to get a Tri land then untap on your turn and be able to tap the Tri land for mana. Sylvan Scrying is another land tutor to get any land.

Arcane Signet and Commander's Sphere are staple budget Rainbow mana rocks that can help ramp as well as color fixing.

I offer more advice about Slivers on a budget. Good luck with your deck.

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