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Long-Term Plans Discussion
1 week ago
I really like your build. Going to link mine now and then get back to yours Bruvac the Grandiloquent Millage Pillage
You have some pet instant/sorcery cards that I think could be upgraded for more on theme carnage:
Sakashima the Impostor Bruvac #2
Retraced Image this is my hidden tech in my list but it is statistically better in yours!
Archive Trap it's EDH. Everybody tutors. Mill 26 for free.
Long-Term Plans to get your engine pieces and all the cool cards I suggested ;)
3 months ago
Hey, you're missing one of the best cards with Kalamax and magecraft, Narset's Reversal . Use Kalamax copy of Reversal to send the original Reversal back to your hand and resolve the copies. With Kalamax it becomes a repeatable Fork that can be major disruption for your opponents. Reversal also combos with Twinning Staff to make infinite copies of Reversal.
Chord of Calling is very good if you want to play big creatures with Kalamax. For nine mana you can tutor for and cheat two 6 CMC or less creatures onto the battlefield. This interaction is popular with the Kiki + Pestermite combo as a win condition. You would be better off playing a few big creatures and instant Chord that has interaction with Kalamax then eight big creatures which is a lot.
Mystical Tutor is an instant tutor to get any two instant or sorceries. Worldly Tutor can get any two creatures. Solve the Equation can also get any instant or sorcery. Merchant Scroll can get any blue instant. Long-Term Plans can tutor for any two cards and with so much draw with Kalamax Plans has less of a drawback. Noxious Revival and/or Reclaim can recur any two cards.
If wanting to make lots of mana than Storm-Kiln Artist can help. His magecraft is excellent with Kalamax and a Fork which creates infinite treasures for infinite mana. Comet Storm becomes a win condition with infinite treasures. Artist is really good with the strategy of repeatedly casting/copying instants by making treasures which is better than just making mana especially with Narset's Reversal . Creating two treasures just by casting Reversal and then if copying an instant you make more treasures as Reversal copies the spell on the stack. Roiling Regrowth is another Harrow for more basic land ramp.
Good luck with your deck.
4 months ago
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Grief: I'm guessing this is going to be an entire cycle, otherwise they're kinda wasting that fancy Incarnation typing. Force of Evoke?
Profane Tutor: Suspend-based Long-Term Plans , kinda
Thrasta, Tempest's Roar: kinda surprised this doesn't have flash but OK.
Yusri, Fortune's Flame: Obvious Zndrsplt, Eye of Wisdom & Okaun, Eye of Chaos synergy. Lifelink-Equipment can offset the 2-10 damage (no Curiosity tho; it's only vs opponents). The chance of getting Omniscience is a bit more than 3%, I can only hope there'll be a Krark's Thumb -style card in the set.
(also, obligatory Richard Kane Ferguson appearance)
5 months ago
That's a really cool idea for a Codie deck! However I think that one way to make it a bit stronger is to just add some counterspells to slow down your opponents while you get there and protect yourself (and most of what you do is cycling and you can do that in instant speed, so there is no problem with leave some mana up). You really need to protect your stuff because if someone destroys your zirda, you are pretty much done for. It will take so much time to cycle it all away without it, I think. So maybe, you can have many 1 instants and sorceries spells to use Codie, and some higher cmc instants and sorceries you can use before you actually use Codie's ability (or maybe, you can use it only as ramp and fixing without actually playing an instant or sorcery. And then, you might play a 1 cmc instant/sorcery to get Living End and another to get haste - which means that you need more haste enablers. There are some permanent ones with abilities that I thought about (namely Samut, Voice of Dissent and Fires of Yavimaya ) but you can also just add instants and sorceries that do that. The ideal one I think is Burst of Speed which just straight up gives everything you control haste for 1 mana - filling up both parts like Heroic Reinforcements . You can also add ramp. Almost all of it is nonpermanent or has activated abilities. And you can also add the cycling lands since most of them can cycle for free with zirda out and will reduce the amount of dead draws. You can also add Tectonic Reformation to once again reduce the amount of dead draws which you cant cycle. Lastly, freeing up the instants about 0 cmc allows you to add some tutors which will essensially act as multiple copies of the instants in this deck. Off the top of my head, Demonic Tutor , Vampiric Tutor , Merchant Scroll , Mystical Tutor and Long-Term Plans all work for this (and probably many many more).
What do you think about those suggestions? Imo, they will allow the deck to do what it wants to do much quicker and more consistently.
6 months ago
6 months ago
Scroll Rack + Land Tax because ???
7 months ago
Bro, I love and hate your deck at the same time. I always wanted to build a Kefnet deck but I dont hate my friends that much.
I recommend you Long-Term Plans which goes great with topdeck manipulation and can help you fetch any of your combo enablers.
8 months ago
Ah, Illuna is a commander that has become a favourite of mine, for manipulation of the top leads to quite a bit of value.
I am notably bereft of much experience with the Mutate mechanic, as my list has only had a Parcelbeast, which was thusly removed, but I may offer insights upon the top of the library.
Momir Vig, Simic Visionary is quite the terrifying engine for this deck. It is a Mutate target if it must be, and it combos with the commander directly. It tutors for a big idiot to cheat upon the field, whilst working with the rest of the deck most splendidly.
Whiles being rather expensive, Scroll Rack, Mirri's Guile, Sensei's Divining Top, and Sylvan Library are each some of the greatest engines in the entire deck. Bother not with questioning their inclusion. If you get ahold of one, use it.
Prognostic Sphinx grants a deep scry each turn and Hexproof, thence being a fantastic card upon all fronts.
One of the most condign secondary win conditions in my list is Lurking Predators. 'Tis as powerful as it reads.
Perhaps the best card in my entire deck is Future Sight, with a worsened version being Magus of the Future. These provide a heaven-high amount of card advantage. Everything cast from the top essentially draws a card, additionally providing information of when to cast Illuna.
Courser of Kruphix is just a fantastically efficient creature, attributing defensive value and information.
Long-Term Plans grant an instant-speed tutor for the most devasting card in the entire deck. Try it and love it.
Lastly, Dream Eater has become a favourite of mine, being a splendid combat trick and top-of-the-library aid, whereupon always bringing a sense of dint and defense.
That shall be all from me, sire, but I do hope that you would deign to peer upon my list, being as such:
I have become most pleased with it.
Fare thee well, and might the best of fortune betide.