Mycosynth Golem

Mycosynth Golem

Artifact Creature — Golem

Affinity for artifacts (This spell costs (1) less to play for each artifact you control.)

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Fifth Dawn (5DN) Rare

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Format Legality
Block Constructed Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Highlander Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Unformat Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Noble Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Leviathan Legal

Mycosynth Golem occurrence in decks from the last year

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All decks: 0.01%

Mycosynth Golem Discussion

JRaynor on Breya, Master Thopterist

1 day ago

This is my first time seeing Mycosynth Golem... Just... what? <3

Magic never ceases to amaze me.

Chromium_Overseer on Other Epiphanies

2 weeks ago

Illuminated Epiphany is a bit op. I think going to the hand is better and fits the rarity better. It'd probably be banned for tutoring Blightsteel Colossus or Mycosynth Golem, or literally anything with Mycosynth Lattice. They look good though! Good job!

Moriaatti on Muzzis oli

4 months ago

kpres

Thanks for the comment and the feedback!

Illusionist's Bracers and the aforementioned Pemmin's Aura are both meant for double Muzzio shenanigans. Clock of Omens has been on the deck before, but I switched it for Voltaic Key. The Clock doesn't really help with untapping Muzzio, since he is not an artifact creature. I'm also thinking of getting Rings of Brighthearth for more ability trigger doubling, but it's a bit too pricey for now.

I'll think of switching Ulamog for Blightsteel when I get my hands on one. Altough Ulamog is not an artifact creature, its still a REALLY strong card in the deck. It's bit risky if you have Emry in play, but in the other hand, that should not be a problem anymore if you get to cast Ulamog :D

The deck also has many other high CMC artifacts, so one Ulamog here and there should not be a problem. I'll probably end up getting Mycosynth Golem and a couple of other big artifact dudes also.

Lanzo493 on

6 months ago

My brother also has an esper artifact combo deck, although the commander is Sharuum the Hegemon . The commander is a combo piece. He goes infinite with Disciple of the Vault and Sculpting Steel or Phyrexian Metamorph due to how the stack and legendary rules work. Sharuum and Emry, Lurker of the Lock would be good adds in case a key artifact like Scrap Trawler got countered. Or milled. Plus, they're good anyway and it's really useful to have more than 1 combo to rely on. Especially when the combo pieces are interconnected and generally useful anyway. Skullclamp works great with Alela. It's an artifact, and it generates massive draw, even more so with Alela out. Another good infinite combo with Ashnod's Altar , and Krark-Clan Ironworks as well, is the old Thopter Foundry and Sword of the Meek combo.

I'd like to give you a helpful hint regarding Ashnod's Altar . I learned how this worked when Krark-Clan Ironworks was not banned in Modern. When you cast a spell (it's very important that you have a spell that you can actually cast), you have the opportunity to activate mana abilities. What's important to note is that mana abilities don't use the stack and are all done at the same time. Ashnod's Altar has a mana ability. So, you get to sacrifice both myr retriver and Frogmite at the same time, and they enter the graveyard at the same time. Then the abilities of Myr Retriever and Scrap Trawler go on the stack at the same time, allowing you to retrive both the myr, the frog, and 1 extra artifact less than Myr Retriever 's mana cost. If you have Mycosynth Golem out, you can go infinite with just myr retriver and Scrap Trawler returning each other back. Here's the catch though. Remember that bit earlier where I said you can get 1 extra artifact back less than Myr Retriever 's mana cost due to that extra trigger from Scrap Trawler seeing it die? You need to use that to bring something back like Ornithopter . The reason why is it's very important to have a spell that you can cast in order to be able to activate mana abilities without using the stack. That spell needs to be something you can cast, sacrifice, bring back, and recast, such as an artifact creature you can sacrifice to the altar which can be brought back by scrap trawler. Only then can you go infinite. It's a really tricky combo that abuses the fundamentals of the stack and mana abilities, so if you didn't understand my explanation, I'd suggest you look up the KCI combo. If you add Krark-Clan Ironworks to your deck, you'll be able to go infinite with Sol Ring , Spellbook and your other low cost artifacts.

Although, whether or not you go combo heavy is your decision. If your main win con is an artifact combo, then you're playing one of the most abusable, synergistic, resilient combos, and I'd suggest you play all the artifact combos you can.

EldraziOfRavnica on Going for a Jhoi Ride!

10 months ago

Mycosynth Golem is absurd in some Jhoira decks. I don't know how many artifacts you usually have out but it might be good.

McToters on

1 year ago

Cool deck! A hearty upgrade could be Mycosynth Lattice which can slightly widen the scope of what Tawnos’ ability can target. I know lattice isnt cheap but could find a spot in your line-up if you decide to go that route. Mycosynth Golem is great too. But also $$. Could help cheapen cmcs down significantly.

Now this is a bit janky but There’s a cycle of Towers: Tower of Fortunes , Tower of Calamities , Tower of Murmurs are what i can remember. I’m pretty sure it’s a cycle. Anyway, expensive to activate but could be awesome/funny to pull off.

Reshape and Acquire are great tutors for decks like this as well.

I love seeing Aetherflux Reservoir and Illusionist's Bracers in here!

Good luck! +1

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