Creature — Elemental Beast

Mutate (If you cast this spell for its mutate cost, put it ontop or underneath target non-Human creature you own. They mutate into the creature that is on top and that creature has all the abilities of every card that is underneath it.)

, : Look at the top card of your library. If it's a land card, you may put it onto the battlefield. If you don't put the card onto the battlefield, put it into your hand.

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Pre-release Legal
Historic Legal
Arena Legal
Highlander Legal
Custom Legal
Legacy Legal
Pioneer Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Unformat Legal
Leviathan Legal
Brawl Legal
Casual Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Modern Legal
Vintage Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Limited Legal
Standard Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Oathbreaker Legal

Parcelbeast occurrence in decks from the last year

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Parcelbeast Discussion

RambIe on Manascape Refractor

2 weeks ago

o wait lets make it worse
Parcelbeast mutate on Sarkhan the Masterless then tap sarkhan for 1 and activate Manascape Refractor to Look at the top card of the library.....

ThePman on Ramp, Ramp, Clone. Clone, Draw, Win.

2 weeks ago

Thanks for the suggestions TheoryCrafter! I've thought about Soul Foundry before but it never quite made the cut. Activating it for 6 mana as opposed to just playing more clones at around 4 CMC just seems a bit too steep, but I can see the upside so I'll give it another look. As for Spellbook I definitely love holding more than half my deck and having access to an answer for pretty much any situation, but I've never felt like I could justify taking up an entire slot with it for just that effect. Parcelbeast is veeerrryy interesting, I kind of slept on Ikoria as a whole and have never seen this card before now. It seems like a very nice package of card draw/pseudo-ramp, and feels like it would slot in perfectly here. Not sure what I'll cut for it given that it's competing with the various clones at the 4 CMC spot on the curve, but I'll definitely find a way to slot it in and test it out. Thanks again!

TheoryCrafter on Ramp, Ramp, Clone. Clone, Draw, Win.

2 weeks ago

Have you considered Soul Foundry ? Not only could it be used to make copies of Biovisionary each turn, if you can get PSZ into your hand you can exile her and make as many PSZ's as your opponents will allow you. Not only will this give you card draw but a growth counter generator for Simic Ascendancy.

If you're still looking for cards to inflate your maximum hand size, then you may want to consider adding a Spellbook .

Also, for ramp, I'd recommend Parcelbeast . While not technically card draw, it does function as such. Plus the mana cost to activate the ability pays for itself if you reveal a land.

Happy Hunting!

Omniscience_is_life on Omnath, A Song of Creation and Chaos

3 weeks ago

unwucht why not have another Cradle , though? Two heads are in fact better than one!

I missed the Scute combo, but I think my comment still stands. Parcelbeast is too weak on its own to warrant an include even with a combo (IMO, ofc! I can understand it either way)

unwucht on Omnath, A Song of Creation and Chaos

3 weeks ago

Omniscience_is_life Those are decent observations but I fear you are missing two facts:

Omniscience_is_life on Omnath, A Song of Creation and Chaos

3 weeks ago

How helpful has Moraug been for you so far, given that this isn't a combat-oriented deck? Would you consider swapping it in favor of a Evil Swirly Boi , or is that card too win-more for your tastes?

You have enough creatures that I might actually consider adding Growing Rites of Itlimoc  Flip, but that one can be a bit slow so I would/do understand not running it.

Parcelbeast is a beautiful card that we all love (come at me), but given you're playing UG you have SO many options for card draw/ramp. Like the newly nearly-universally (god I hate how adverbial that was) banned powerhouse, Uro .

I love what you've done with this deck, the power and flavor are immense!

4to16characters on Omnath, A Song of Creation and Chaos

1 month ago

Also I just noticed how awesome the combo of Parcelbeast on Scute Swarm + Risen Reef since they all become elementals.

Azeworai on Illuna, Apex of Blue Shenanigans and Stompy Boys

1 month ago

Ah, Illuna is a commander that has become a favourite of mine, for manipulation of the top leads to quite a bit of value.

I am notably bereft of much experience with the Mutate mechanic, as my list has only had a Parcelbeast, which was thusly removed, but I may offer insights upon the top of the library.

Momir Vig, Simic Visionary is quite the terrifying engine for this deck. It is a Mutate target if it must be, and it combos with the commander directly. It tutors for a big idiot to cheat upon the field, whilst working with the rest of the deck most splendidly.

I have found Thassa's Oracle to be a fine value card, oft sieving through the top four cards of the library, only to find a cataclysmic ten-drop. Moreover, Illuna may Mutate unto it.

Dream Cache is a card I used to run, yet shall admit to ablating. It does the job quite well, but was insufficient in the wake of Brainstorm.

Whiles being rather expensive, Scroll Rack, Mirri's Guile, Sensei's Divining Top, and Sylvan Library are each some of the greatest engines in the entire deck. Bother not with questioning their inclusion. If you get ahold of one, use it.

Cavalier of Gales is an extremely efficient flyer and put a big imbecile atop the library.

Prognostic Sphinx grants a deep scry each turn and Hexproof, thence being a fantastic card upon all fronts.

One of the most condign secondary win conditions in my list is Lurking Predators. 'Tis as powerful as it reads.

Perhaps the best card in my entire deck is Future Sight, with a worsened version being Magus of the Future. These provide a heaven-high amount of card advantage. Everything cast from the top essentially draws a card, additionally providing information of when to cast Illuna.

Courser of Kruphix is just a fantastically efficient creature, attributing defensive value and information.

Long-Term Plans grant an instant-speed tutor for the most devasting card in the entire deck. Try it and love it.

Lastly, Dream Eater has become a favourite of mine, being a splendid combat trick and top-of-the-library aid, whereupon always bringing a sense of dint and defense.

That shall be all from me, sire, but I do hope that you would deign to peer upon my list, being as such:

Idoneity's Deliverance

I have become most pleased with it.

Fare thee well, and might the best of fortune betide.

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