If an artifact or creature entering the battlefield causes a triggered ability of a permanent you control to trigger, that ability triggers an additional time.
|Have (3)||metalmagic , gildan_bladeborn ,|
|Want (4)||Commissar_Crush , BasedNorseman , Dragonalex , Pyrezz|
Printings View all
Combos Browse all
- Panharmonicon + Wispweaver Angel
- Gonti, Lord of Luxury + Panharmonicon
- Panharmonicon + Solemn Simulacrum
- Master Transmuter + Panharmonicon
- Filigree Angel + Panharmonicon
- Noxious Gearhulk + Panharmonicon
- Panharmonicon + Sharuum the Hegemon
- Deadeye Navigator + Panharmonicon
- Evacuation + Panharmonicon
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Panharmonicon occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.07%
5 days ago
As for the Reflector Mage and Phyrexian Revoker, I personally prefer the mage. Just because Revoker can be situational, and can not really be abused in the same way the mage can, as Revoker can only have one target unless you have a Panharmonicon on board or clone its trigger with Strionic Resonator.
Reflector Mage just seems a little more valuable in my opinion. Especially against tribal decks (ie. Slivers, that give each other additional effects or strength. Reflector can at least remove them for an entire turn, removing the effects from the other remaining ones).
Again though, it is all based on how you gear your deck. :) I like trying to put as much as I can back into your hand, and removing mana sources (rocks, lands) to force discards. Or just counter their synergy cards as they come out!
1 week ago
Since you’re going the etb route with him here’s a number of cards to consider:
1 week ago
Panharmonicon works with some of the hydras, the ones that have triggered effects. Managorger Hydra for example already triggers once every time any player casts any spell. With Panharmonicon in play, any of those spells that are creatures or artifacts will trigger twice. Forgotten Ancient works the same way, though it is not a Hydra.
Hydra Broodmaster compliments Panharmonicon as well. It doesn’t have a triggered effect, but when it goes Monstrous it will set off the trigger for Gyre Sage x2 times! Imagine the size of the Hydras you’ll be able to cast with that much mana from your now ginormous Gyre Sage! Granted the Sage has to have lower power than the created tokens, so this three card combo is not going to occur frequently.
Besides creatures, there are other cards that have great synergy with Panharmonicon: The Great Henge and Kiora, Behemoth Beckoner each trigger twice for two cards drawn instead of one. Warstorm Surge and Unbound Flourishing triggering twice are game winners!
I added Inexorable Tide (gotta love doubling that proliferation) but I also removed two cards that work well with Panharmonicon: Rhystic Study would trigger twice, but I’m not a huge fan of taxing my opponents unless I’m playing Control (one permanent in 100 card deck isn’t enough for taxing to work imo) and Zendikar Resurgent which I debated long and hard about. In the end I took it out to make room for Inexorable Tide but perhaps there’s room for both?
I love deck building, especially the fine tuning aspect. I welcome more dialogue about this, or any other deck. Hope to hear more from you soon!
1 week ago
Nice list! You might like these: Tome of Legends, Phyrexian Altar, Shivan Harvest, Dark-Dweller Oracle, Panharmonicon, Aetherworks Marvel, Heirloom Blade, Locket of Yesterdays, Treasonous Ogre, Hissing Iguanar, Lightning Coils, Goblin Matron, Bottled Cloister, Neheb, the Eternal, Thornbite Staff, Coveted Jewel (for welder shenanigans)
1 week ago
I suggest Panharmonicon, it would be perfect for an etb effect based deck.
2 weeks ago
Such a great commander! When it was first announced I immediately started building the deck, it is so fun to play. The drawback is that the deck is very commander-dependent.
You absolutely need to add High Alert as a redundancy, it is much better than Assault Formation, although you could keep both and lose something with less value like The Birth of Meletis. Then lose your least-favourite wall and add Chulane, Teller of Tales, which will add draw and land drops.
You will need to protect you board; I see you have a few cards in that price range, so I would highly recommend Privileged Position. You may also want to have Diplomatic Immunity to protect Arcades or Chulane.
I hope some of these suggestions are helpful; if looking for inspiration you can consult We Don't Need No Education.
2 weeks ago
SirChris39 yes, I do. Reverse Panharmonicon on a commander is absolutely insane. I still have the old Teysa in my list but she’s a combo piece now. The value generated by Teysa Karlov outweighs her, especially if you don’t focus on tokens.
3 weeks ago
So it really depends on what direction you want the deck to go. Mistmeadow Witch, Brago, King Eternal, Eldrazi Displacer, Roon of the Hidden Realm, Thassa, Deep-Dwelling, and Soulherder are good enablers to get more ETBs. Yarok, the Desecrated is just another Panharmonicon so another great choice. If you want to lean more on Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker, Zealous Conscripts, Restoration Angel, and Felidar Guardian go infinite with Kiki and are also good on their own. Some solid ramp/utility creatures are Agent of Treachery, Coiling Oracle, Peregrine Drake, Dockside Extortionist, Lavinia of the Tenth Golos, Tireless Pilgrim, Gonti, Lord of Luxury, Sepulchral Primordial, Pramikon, Sky Rampart, and Stonehorn Dignitary, Dockside and Peregrine being able to go infinite with Deadeye Navigator. Some good removal are Hostage Taker, Knight of Autumn, Meteor Golem, Reclamation Sage, Reflector Mage, and Venser, Shaper Savant. And that's just scratching the surface. What are you looking to do in particular?