Needle Spires enters the battlefield tapped.
: Add or to your mana pool.
: Needle Spires becomes a 2/1 red and white Elemental creature with double strike until end of turn. It's still a land.
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|Oath of the Gatewatch (OGW)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Needle Spires occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%
Needle Spires Discussion
2 months ago
This is both a call to the conversation and a shoutout to these other Winota builders! Check out:
At first, I thought Winota decks would be very homogeneous, and while that's mostly true, I'm seeing a lot of clever ideas within her framework. Everyone check out their decks, and I hope all the people I tagged will join in the conversation here! Let's break Winota together friends! For the Legion!
4 months ago
7 months ago
I had a bit of a hunt for lands- any love for Vance's Blasting Cannons Flip, Castle Embereth , Ramunap Ruins , Looming Spires , Needle Spires or Rogue's Passage . I'm not in on any but maybe ramunap??
7 months ago
03 Nov Updates with ELD:
Bounty Agent > Odric, Master Tactician : With our reasonable amount of recursion in the deck, the agent can be a good removal against our opponent's commander or other legendary artifact, creature or enchantment
8 months ago
Also personally my experience with Boros you will want to run 36-37 lands.
8 months ago
You might like these: Burning Earth , Gratuitous Violence , Berserkers' Onslaught , Selfless Squire , Sunhome, Fortress of the Legion , Needle Spires , Insult , Stonehewer Giant , Knollspine Dragon , Spellshock , Angel's Trumpet , Lightmine Field , Molten Psyche , Balefire Dragon , Repercussion
on Naya lands
9 months ago
I did a quick look through budget lands, and had the following observations:
Pain Lands, like Battlefield Forge and are probably the best lands for your criteria. I know several of them are usually around the $1.00 point, and you probably could pick up well-played copies of the more expensive options. These are great budget lands--they fix your mana when you need it but can be activated pain-free when you just need to pay a generic cost.
Check lands, like Rootbound Crag are not quite in your criteria (they tend to hover around the $3-6 range) currently, but they are about to rotate out of Standard, so will almost certainty go down a bit. These are a bit mediocre for a budget three-colour mana base, but they play very nicely with shock lands, so will still be useful to you once you have moved on to less budget-oriented builds.
The Onslaught Filter lands, like Sungrass Prairie , help filter you into the colours you need, but I would recommend against them. They're quite inexpensive, but they can't help you turn 1, and they're rather inflexible and will not always provide the mana you want.
The Battle Lands, like Canopy Vista , can be in the $2-3 mark. Personally, I am not a fan of them for 60-card constructed--they rely too much on playing a lot of basics, so they often can't enter untapped until turn 3-5.
Reveal lands, like Fortified Village , are disproportionately strong in two-colour budget builds that rely heavily on basic lands. However, with three colours, you just can't have the critical mass of basics to really make these lands shine.