Nurturing Peatland

Nurturing Peatland

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, Pay 1 life: Gain or .

, , Sacrifice Nurturing Peatland: Draw a card.

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal

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Nurturing Peatland Discussion

multimedia on golgari elves

2 weeks ago

Hey, consider Sol Ring ? It's a staple mana rock in Commander. Consider less Swamps and more Golgari dual lands? Green mana is much more important than black. 11 Swamps really reduces the consistency of having a green source turn one for a green one drop mana dork. You don't want to draw all Swamps and no Forests.

You can speed up game play and help color fixing by adding more dual lands that can ETB untapped:

Others:

Several of these lands could replace lands that always ETB tapped: Foul Orchard , Golgari Guildgate , Jungle Hollow , Golgari Rot Farm . Elves of Deep Shadow is very helpful since can make black mana. Deathrite Shaman if playing multiplayer since can exile lands from opponents graveyards.

Good luck with your deck.

Metropolis39 on Vengeful Shadow

1 month ago

Nurturing Peatland pretty guud here

Lanzo493 on Modern Elfkind

1 month ago

Kiran_M. That makes sense. Whether you want more Ezuri or Realmwalker is really just up to personal preference. Yes, a vanilla 2/3 is bad, but at least you can play it. Ezuri can't be played. Or, similar to Ezuri, you can just keep it in hand to replace for when the eventual spot removal kills it. Nurturing Peatland is fantastic with Realmwalker, whether it's 3 or 4. I've even seen elf decks start running fetchlands for the free shuffle effect. It's the same reason Conspicuous Snoop decks run tons of fetchlands. Free card advantage means you don't have to fear spot removal much.

Lanzo493 on Modern Elfkind

1 month ago

I want to suggest adding the 4th Realmwalker . Realmwalker is such a powerful card advantage engine. It's great when you're ahead, and even greater when you're behind (such as after a boardwipe). If you do run a playset, I would suggest running a playset of Nurturing Peatland as well. You have mana dorks, so you don't always have to use the land. The real benefit is using the land to strip non-elves away from the top of your deck so you can continue to chain elves off the top. The card is broken. Since you're running 4 Elvish Warmaster already, you can take out 1 Ezuri, Renegade Leader . Yes, I know he's awesome, but he is legendary, which can be problematic. And Warmaster already gives you plenty of backup mana outlets for the games you don't have an Ezuri out. Plus, he provides you with enough bodies to produce that mana either with Heritage Druid or Elvish Archdruid , so he's about equal to Ezuri with some situations when he's better. Of course Ezuri is better for boardwipes and games when you need trample, but that depends on the meta. Elves usually go wide enough that a buff from either card will win you the game anyway. I haven't yet tested my elf deck in modern yet, so I can't say for certain, but I think I prefer this direction.

abierto on The Queen's Egg

2 months ago

Hi Mortlocke! Good to see you've added Carpet of Flowers , not that happy for Mystic Remora , which is a huge card. I was taking a look at your manabase, and I've noticed you're playing filter lands instead of pain lands. Why?

Adarkar Wastes - Underground River - Sulfurous Springs - Karplusan Forest - Brushland - Caves of Koilos - Shivan Reef - Llanowar Wastes - Battlefield Forge - Yavimaya Coast

Filter lands are really suboptimal compared to pain lands: pain lands always give you a color if you need it at the cost of 1 life, which is nothing in EDH. Filter lands might add you colorless if you don't have the right land or mana producer. You can also think about horizon lands since those make you also draw, those are even better.

Horizon Canopy - Silent Clearing - Fiery Islet - Nurturing Peatland - Sunbaked Canyon - Waterlogged Grove

I've also noticed that you're missing Gemstone Caverns : this land is so good when it's in your starting hand, you can be 1 turn ahead of your opponents.

TONYBRUHSCY on ModernGolgariInfect

2 months ago

And taking out the Putrefax and a couple of lands for a set of Rancor would sound good along with for the manabase some Nurturing Peatland for color correction and card draw if needed.

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