Panharmonicon

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

Panharmonicon

Artifact

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.

Forkbeard on Miirym, Sentinel Wyrm: Double Dragon

6 days ago

Thanks DareiJuxis. Strionic Resonator is a great card and I had it in the pile of cards I wanted to include, but choices and cuts were getting really tough so I opted for the static ability of Panharmonicon rather than the pay to activate option of Strionic. Also, there's a few more ETB effects beyond Miirym + the 2 you mentioned: Astral Dragon, Ganax, Astral Hunter, Obsidian Charmaw and Thundermaw Hellkite. Still! There's a bunch of attack and death triggers I could take advantage of with Strionic as well so I might try to sub it in to give it a try.

DareiJuxis on Miirym, Sentinel Wyrm: Double Dragon

6 days ago

I'd consider Strionic Resonator over Panharmonicon. Strionic's cheaper, has the advantage of doubling more than just Miirym's ability (in addition to it) as many of your dragons have triggered abilities. Of course, Panharmonicon can trigger more than once in theory, but it's highly dependent on Miirym being on the board (unless I'm missing something, it's just Terror and Scourge that have ETB's), which likely is not the majority of the game.

MTGBurgeoning on Scion of the Ur-Dragon: Every. Dragon. Ever.

1 week ago

Thank you for your great feedback! It's always appreciated. I did consider Eerie Ultimatum when it was previewed during Ikoria spoiler season. I eventually decided to leave it out of the 99 due to its tricky mana cost in a 5-color deck and, more persuasively, the fact that a suite of mass recursion spells already existed in the deck, like Living Death, Patriarch's Bidding and Rise of the Dark Realms. These spells, of course, return creatures to the battlefield, which Eerie Ultimatum does as well. However, with just 12 other non-land, non-creature permanents in the current 99 of this build, Eerie Ultimatum did not seem valuable enough to squeeze into the deck, and that is considering the potential mana ramp of recurring multiple fetch lands to the battlefield as well (no landfall triggers).

Miirym, Sentinel Wyrm's inclusion into this deck is inevitable. The moment a copy of her becomes available she will become a part of this deck and make it so much stronger. The same can be said for Ancient Copper Dragon, Ancient Silver Dragon and Ancient Gold Dragon. Moltensteel Dragon's presence in this deck is to combo with Skithiryx, the Blight Dragon or Dragon Tyrant for the purposes of one-shotting an opponent, usually a control player or blue mage at the table. Panharmonicon is an interesting card to consider. By my count, in the current 99 of this build, there are four Dragons (Bladewing the Risen, Lathliss, Dragon Queen, Scourge of Valkas, Terror of the Peaks), three enchantments (Garruk's Uprising, Dragon Tempest, Temur Ascendancy) and one artifact (Dragon's Hoard) that could benefit from the inclusion of Panharmonicon. That is a total of eight cards from the 99 (8.08%). That does not seem like a high enough percentage of cards to reconcile adding Panharmonicon to the deck. Yarok, the Desecrated would not approve.

Thank you for your comments and your recommendations! I appreciate them and am looking forward to upgrading this deck with several new cards from Commander Legends: Battle for Baldur's Gate!

Soulus101 on Scion of the Ur-Dragon: Every. Dragon. Ever.

1 week ago

Interesting deck! Have you considered Eerie Ultimatum as a payoff for dumping dragons into your graveyard? I think it's a must-have in any graveyard decks that have the manabase to support it.

Another consideration for you is the new dragon commander Miirym, Sentinel Wurm. Extra copies of all of your dragons seems strong, certainly over Moltensteel Dragon. On a related note, this deck seems like it would really benefit from a Panharmonicon.

All that said, some interesting cards here that I'll try and squeeze into my Miirym deck, for sure.

Commander_JAR on Miirym, Flicker Dragon Tribal *C*

3 weeks ago

May I suggest Panharmonicon with your flicker tactics?

Commander_JAR on dragons edh

3 weeks ago

Panharmonicon is monstrous with this commander

Slashdance on GW Emiel EDH: ETB Toolbox PRIMER

4 weeks ago

Absolutely, love instant or otherwise "no-notice" ETB recursion, it's my favorite type of trigger in the game and it's best out of nowhere.

And I'm sure your deck is super tuned, it would probably be too hard to fit it in anyhow.

Also get that you can snowball into a win from the start of a turn, though I would submit the Closet isn't a win condition or to set up a win that turn, but to get you to the "win turn" sooner and add a little more control, or defense, whatever ... like a poor man's Panharmonicon until you get your wincons in place. With it being at the end of turn, it's something that you never have to worry about, mana-wise (you can tap out). You don't have to worry, attacking wise, or saving a creature for a block, because Closet can reset the creature. You can, sometimes, get the opponent to misplay when you're tapped out, thinking you can't blink anymore and therefore make a play during your attack, or allow something to happen, and then Closet does the job for you in the end.

As for being a target though, I would rather somebody disenchant my Closet than my Panharmonicon, The Great Henge, or Lightning Greaves, which is what would happen had they the means, and those artifacts are win conditions which you wouldn't want destroyed. That said, Closet might actually live longer in your local meta for they'll probably be saving destruction for those particular artifacts, or can function during the turns when Emiel isn't in play (who is probably a huge, huge target for destruction).

I'm not saying you're wrong, just food for thought. I love your deck and if I had the means I would reconstruct it ASAP! As it is, I'll have to slowly work on it while a copy sits in my "inspiration" folder for ... a long time, lol. And, it IS inspiring, so congrats on a great deck! =)

Seriously, nice deck!

(I'll try to play the deck online - without Closet)

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