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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
( can be paid with either or 2 life.)
Put target card from a graveyard on top of its owner's library.
3 days ago
Really love how this deck played last time. Some potential suggestions (not even necessary really) but anyway:
Titan of Industry serves the double purpose of artifact/enchantment removal and protection for Omntah.
Triplicate Titan as another late bomb for your top end.
Noxious Revival could be an interesting way to get omnath back cheap, but also has other versatility to grab your own creatures or stall an opponent with a bad draw in a tight situation.
Lesser stuff that could maybe work
Llanowar Visionary could be low-key good here as it replaces itself.
Squall Line if you think you need it, could be good to clear annoying creatures and win late game if u have a mana store.
Blackblade Reforged it's budget and could give the Nath a big punch late game.
3 months ago
Dead_Blue_ as an example for Liliana of the Veil, lets say we’ve turn-2 Smallpox into turn-3 lili. Our opponent is low on lands, so they can just discard something they’d never be able to realistically cast anyway. Meanwhile we also have to discard - and what we’re losing is relevant because we need as many cards as possible to maintain the lock. She just isn’t helpful, because she’s only ever making us discard relevant cards. Ideally the opponent has a full hand they can’t use, so their discard means nothing.
Noxious Revival is definitely interesting and might be worth some playtesting - though i’m not sure what i’d drop. It might be a good reason to play less lands, but i’m not sure its worth cutting any of the existing spell suite for.
3 months ago
I think you’re greatly undervaluing Liliana of the Veil but anyway
How about Noxious Revival? In addition to reoccurring answers or control pieces you can also use it to lock the opponent out of plays late game by forcing the to top deck trash or unplayables
4 months ago
Hey Profet93! I've been looking to speed up the deck lately and get the cost lower to the ground. Seasons Past was also helpful, but I opted to replace the card with Noxious Revival since getting one impact card that can win the game for just 2 life is a little better than 6 mana. Seasons Past is better when I played in slower play groups. As for Turntimber Sower, I could never get enough enough value out it. Most of the time, it's just generating a couple blockers.
I apologize for no response yet to your previous comment! I wish I played as much Magic as I used to. It's been a busy life, but hoping to get back in more over the next few months.
I ran Rishkar's Expertise up until end of 2017 and ended up cutting it for more search cards because I had shifted the deck towards a Food Chain combo deck. At this point, there are no combos in the deck anymore. I still prefer the ability to search for what I need rather than drawing in the hopes of get a card I need. Doesn't change the fact that Rishkar's Expertise gave a guaranteed 5 cards most of the time isn't nothing. :)
5 months ago
Add graveyard recursion for more redundancy. (Likely reduce elf tribal more for this)
Then adding ramp through big value, dorks and instants is probably needed as well
6 months ago
I am tinkering around with an Old Rutstein deck but I am unsure about the timing of specific cards for the deck. Ex: I want to Cast Noxious Revival targeting Lord of Extinction to ensure I draw it at my draw step. Old Rutstein would mill this into my graveyard with his upkeep trigger. Am I able to Cast Noxious Revival AFTER Old Rutstein's triggered ability to set up my next draw with Lord of Extinction?
8 months ago
Dismember for added removal.
Noxious Revival might be worth considering as a sideboard.
9 months ago
Alright I suppose these are what I'd choose to keep then- Teneb, the Harvester, Pull from Eternity, Harness Infinity, Planar Birth, Eerie Ultimatum, Sun Titan, Minion's Return, Unholy Indenture, Emeria Shepherd, Splendid Reclamation, Animate Dead, Eternal Witness, Timeless Witness, and Noxious Revival. This is if you want to lean fully into those cards that win the game.