Oracle of Mul Daya

Oracle of Mul Daya

Creature — Elf Shaman

You may play an additional land on each of your turns.

Play with the top card of your library revealed.

You may play the top card of your library if it's a land card.

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Oracle of Mul Daya Discussion

Grasshoppeh1 on Lost and Afraid

2 weeks ago

This is a mistake, there is no interactions here.

Earthcraft has interaction with the following:

This will not work or combo with Kamahl’s Will, yet they are both really powerful cards and should be tested. Apologize for any confusion I will proof read another time if I'm editing late lol

That said all those cards need to be tested and I can only find three solid cuts right now. Taking a look at the role of cards tonight instead of interaction.

Grasshoppeh1 on ZUSI

1 month ago

From Azusa player to Azusa player I like GASSSS, rebuilding mine recently and I've noticed something techs. I've been running Ghost Quarter recently. It's a free shuffle, but with land destro utility

  • If you have Courser of Kruphix, Augur of Autumn, or Oracle of Mul Daya on the battle field, drain the lands/cards off the top of your deck first. You're more likely to run into a card.
  • Play Ghost Quarter
  • If you would get more value off destroying a land then do that. (Be aware they will try to balance out their mana base)
  • Alternatively if there is a card on top your library that is a dead draw, pick a tapped land or tap a forest for mana, kill your own land and search out a forest that comes in untapped. (use the float)
  • If you have Ramunap Excavator, Ancient Greenwarden or Crucible of Worlds of worlds on the field you an repeat the previous steps. You can also float the mana from the forests being destroyed for each land drop than play something.

Timeless Witness is an ok tech if you want recurrence. Your not running Woodland Bellower, so its a 1 mana tradeoff to potentially get something later. Best way to think of it, if you feel a four mana green sun is better than a five mana green sun with later recurrence then don't make the trade off.

Good luck

Yumaddah on Te Mana o te Whenua [The Power of the Land]

2 months ago

brandonplaysmagic Thanks, man!

I have not thought about Tireless Tracker at all, so thanks for pointing that out. I agree with what you have to say here, and this might actually work out better than the Guardian Project I've been thinking about.

I find that Multani's inherent Shroud keeps him out of trouble (except for the likes of Cyclonic Rift/board wipes), so Asceticism wouldn't help (Multani can't even be targeted for regeneration).

I had Horn of Greed on my original setup, which run Azusa, Lost but Seeking, Howling Mine, Temple Bell, Crucible of Worlds, Exploration, Oracle of Mul Daya, etc. but I found that this deck's strength comes from drawing a sick amount of cards in one burst and then having a ton of mana to cast as much as possible. Even without this group-hug drawing package, already in a 3-player table, Multani is drawing a sick amount of cards, so instead I opted for ramp to drop him faster.

Thanks for your feedback and suggestions. Funny you mentioned the card-drawing as this is what I am currently working on .

DreadKhan on My Best Elfs Deck

3 months ago

One of the all-stars of my Legacy Elf deck is Once Upon a Time , which is usually the best card I can have in my opening hand. I even cut some lands for it, because I can risk sitting on 1 basic and whiffing on this due to 9 Llanowar Elves almost guaranteeing that I'll see one in my first 14 cards.

Are you sure running 2 Umbral Mantle is enough in here? It sounds like a pretty important card, and elves don't draw a ton of cards usually. I think I'd try dropping Oracle of Mul Daya for 1 at least, I don't think Oracle is a good fit here.

Large But Finite Ramp is my Elf deck, we use some of the same cards, and you might find it an interesting read. Terastodon is a really fun card, certainly suitable for the sideboard.

Cool deck, good work!

blalwach on Destroy your Lands and your Enemy!

3 months ago

Thank you DBCooper for your comment! I think all of this cards would nicely fit in this Deck too. Oracle of Mul Daya is nice but i don´t like it when everybody knows which cards i hold in my hand ^.^

Explore and Boom fits fine. But the deck is already overpacked.

Maybe getting more aggressive with Boom , then i can get rid of Vinelasher Kudzu , which was planned to get an early defense.

Balaam__ on Landfall midrange

3 months ago

Courser of Kruphix says hi. Also, it’s on the pricey side, but Oracle of Mul Daya would also be advantageous here. Either way, both would subtly enhance the capabilities and options of a landfall deck.

DBCooper on Destroy your Lands and your Enemy!

3 months ago

Explore is a cheap and easy way to keep dropping more than one land per turn, which will be a necessity late game after a few lithoforming castings.

Also, Oracle of Mul Daya would be great at getting lands into play faster and getting them ready for sacrifice sooner.

Overall I think that this is a really nique and cool deck idea that I haven't seen before. Great work!

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