Manglehorn

Manglehorn

Creature — Beast

When Manglehorn enters the battlefield, you may destroy target artifact.

Artifacts your opponents control enter the battlefield tapped.

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Manglehorn Discussion

maverin on Tasigur cEDH Brew

1 week ago

There is a Pod version of this deck focusing on trying to fill up your graveyard to use Neoform, Eldritch Evolution, Fiend Artisan and Birthing Pod to sac your creatures (especially Tasigur) for spicy tutors. This build would need far more creatures and a lot less spells and might not be cEDH power level.

Creatures: Devoted Druid, Scavenging Ooze, Collector Ouphe, Bloom Tender, Destiny Spinner, Fiend Artisan, Bone Shredder, Manglehorn, Opposition Agent, Yisan, Wanderer Bard, Oakhame Adversary, Tendershoot Dryad, Phyrexian Delver.

7 mana payoffs for sacrificing Tasigur: Hullbreaker Horror, Nyxbloom Ancient, Protean Hulk 8 mana payoffs for sacrificing Tasigur: Tidespout Tyrant, Razaketh, the Foulblooded

legendofa on Would City of Solitude Be …

1 month ago

TL;DR: It would not be mono-green.

It might have been a green effect in the past, but it's not anymore. The aforementioned Dosan the Falling Leaf is already more than fifteen years old. Manglehorn and Root Maze affect artifacts, and the latter also affects lands. Root Maze also was originally printed in Tempest and hasn't seen any reprint in almost fifteen years.

Mono- control, at this point, seems to be largely limited to:

Every card that forces discard in Pioneer is also , and two of those three are split/aftermath. Every counterspell in Pioneer also includes . Even specifically stuff like Plow Under is long gone.

Cards like Dragonlord Dromoka and Marisi, Breaker of the Coil say that maybe there's space for casting restrictions, but the confuses the issue. I believe that if City of Solitude were printed today, it would require somewhere in its casting cost, and any would provide an additional effect.

Azeworai on Would City of Solitude Be …

1 month ago

In short, yes.

Upon the matter of restrictions, Green has more than one would expect. Hall of Gemstone, Manglehorn, and Root Maze. Green has more effects that slow the game than one would anticipate.

AstroAA on [EDH][Primer] Sythis Enchantress Prison

2 months ago

Hello KyleWynne22! Thank you for the comment!

I know this is kind of a shitty answer, but I would say the cards you ask for are very situational and meta-dependent.

  • Burgeoning - I will be completely honest, I do not really like this card because we only run 28 lands in the deck. The only reason I'd ever really consider it would be because it's a 1cmc enchantment. It would be a different story if we were running say, 36 lands in the deck as you're more likely to be able to make use of it.
  • Karmic Justice - Another card I'm rather iffy on. The main reason I don't particularly care for it is because most of the removal in my meta is creature based, such as Swords to Plowshares, Deadly Rollick, Unsummon, or Rapid Hybridization. You might could get away with cutting Manglehorn for it, as all it does is really add redundancy to the artifact hate we already run, such as Stony Silence and Collector Ouphe.
  • Smothering Tithe - The main reason I don't run this is we run a bunch of things that shut down the activated abilities of artifacts, such as Collector Ouphe, Stony Silence, Root Maze, and I'm even considering adding a Null Rod for even more redundancy. All of these do not allow the treasure tokens to be used. If you absolutely wanted to use Smothering Tithe, I'd say probably _maybe_ replace one of the aforementioned anti-artifact cards, but we generate enough mana with things like Sanctum Weaver or even Cryptolith Rite I feel as if Smothering Tithe is completely unnecessary.
  • Sylvan Library - This is probably the easiest of the bunch you asked about for me to justify including. I'd cut Ground Seal, as really the only reason I run it is due to the fact it draws a card itself upon ETB. The graveyard hate is negligible, as we run Rest in Peace for that. Really only reason I don't run it is due to the fact I don't have one and can't be bothered to go track one down.

Hopefully this answered your questions! If you have any more, or need help building your list, feel free to ask!

sabisia on Chatterfang 2

4 months ago

I like you deck! It's got some competitive parts and some very very casual parts. Overall I'd put it around like a 5 honestly, because while there's some powerful cards, the deck is not lazer focused on getting them out and disrupting opponents.

If you are wanting to make it up to an 8, you're going to have to cut your mana curve down to about a 2 excluding finishers (Like craterhoof, Mike&Trike) and power cards like Natural Order . All of your 5 drops, 1 of your 6, and all of you 7 drops should be replaced with "interaction" pieces, like Veil of Summer or Assassin's Trophy , Manglehorn , or semi-stax pieces since your deck is slow, like Root Maze etc.

The99 on A Better Rograkh & Tevesh

9 months ago

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Glad you’re enjoying the list! However, I would suggest you do not deviate from what I’ve built. If safety is a concern, adding Dockside - a variable ramp piece - is a bad idea, particularly in a list oriented towards one creature. The combo line with Raza requires two creatures and one black minimum. I know with absolute certainty that I can generate 8 mana going into either PITA or Ad Naus, so if I wanted “safety” I’d play for Ad Naus (3 mana floating). Your opponents will have (or should have) fought the Divergent Transformations or Reality Scramble , so any measures beyond this(?) seem unlikely. On that note, if RS is what I have in hand and the combo’s available but I reveal into a Dockside, I’ve effectively done nothing. Dockside has become the crutch of many a player: 1. If there’s a Torpor Orb , Root Maze , Manglehorn , Null Rod ... It’s not providing acceleration when you need it or at all, 2. Often times it’s only best turn 4+, where this deck has the potential to DT (Divergent Transformation) or RS into a win prior, 3. The uncertain value of Dockside places it low on the totem pole, namely because 3.1 You will not have as much interaction in hand as it can potentially provide beyond what Burnt Offering provides into an Ad Naus and 3.2 Giving opponents the opportunity to copy, reanimate, steal ( Praetor's Grasp ), etc. your Dockside is a bum deal when you don’t need it, 4. When playing for a Reality Scramble build, you need to focus on a singular target to benefit the most from the build, so any additional creature is bad beyond the one. Dockside could be relevant, but this deck doesn’t need that crutch. Focus on a T1 Ad Naus or Tevesh, draw value, play to hard cast PITA/Ad Naus T2-4 or through the DT/RS line of play. I prefer certain things... When I go for Divergent, the worst threats are: Spellseeker , Drannith Magistrate , Collector Ouphe or Opposition Agent . If I know a list doesn’t have one of those, I hit their creature. I’ve yet to hit something “bad,” but I may at some point. That’s why you can always Divergent two thrull and sac Rograkh for Final Fortune .

King_marchesa on The Ghost Of Cards Past

11 months ago

Another piece of recursion is Regrowth. For cuts, I would recommend Sower of Temptation, just because it seems kind of random and maybe Manglehorn because you already seem to have a lot of artifact/enchantment interaction.

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