Part the Waterveil
Take an extra turn after this one. Exile Part the Waterveil.
Awaken 6— (If you cast this spell for , also put six +1/+1 counters on target land you control and it becomes a 0/0 Elemental creature with haste. It's still a land.)
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|Battle for Zendikar (BFZ)||Mythic Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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Part the Waterveil Discussion
3 weeks ago
For more extra turns guaranteed:
- Beacon of Tomorrows
- Stitch in Time
- Temporal Manipulation
- Temporal Trespass
- Time Stretch
- Time Warp
- Part the Waterveil
For more combat:
For mana fixing and protection:
For added wincons:
1 month ago
I like playing turns decks and have found these extra turn spells to perform very well, Karn's Temporal Sundering,Capture of Jingzhou, Part the Waterveil, Temporal Trespass, Temporal Mastery, and Walk the Aeons. Also, Teferi, Master of Time will fit your theme beautifully.
4 months ago
Glad to help, I also made an izzet (blue/red) deck recently that focused on cheating things out so here's a good blue cards I think you could use, Diluvian Primordial. I also know this is a budget deck and extra turn cards are expensive, but extra turns mean extra combats, so here is the cheapest price wise odd CMC extra turn card, Temporal Trespass, and for cheap but not odd CMC there's, Part the Waterveil, Karn's Temporal Sundering, and Timestream Navigator. There all over a dollar but they're cool. Also it's a really cool deck and now I'm thinking about making a deck with Yennett, Cryptic Sovereign.
5 months ago
I wanted to make an EDH deck with Pramikon, Sky Rampart that uses the idea of extra turns, stealing turns from other players, and left/right only combat style. I have the idea for the big part of my deck but cannot seem to fill in the rest...
I will use [Pramikon, Sky Rampart]] as the commander and choose one direction and Mystic Barrier to choose the other so it shuts down combat. I then will use cards with effects like Part the Waterveil, the Ultimate of Ral Zarek, Emrakul, the Promised End, and Mindslaver to take advantage of full on turns. My original endgame move would be Approach of the Second Sun by using draw spells to achieve it through extra turns.
7 months ago
First of all, welcome to the game! This is a solid looking deck. There are a few cards in here that either, in my opinion, don’t fit, or there are better versions of, or do really cool things but are really “win-more cards.” A win-more card is essentially a card that is awesome! But it’s only awesome when you’re already doing what you want to be doing. In this case, a win more card is Anointed Procession. It does something really cool (makes more tokens) but really only does it when you’re deck is functioning well. If your opponent is playing a Control deck, and just kills all of your early token producers, it’s a sad day. Also, you really want your plays on Turn 4+ to either immediately affect the board, or present a real threat. I feel that Second Harvest fits this definition as well. If you have a decent board- it’s amazing! But in every other case it’s meh.
Druid's Deliverance doesn’t really fit in this deck. It’s really reserved for “Turbo-Fog” decks who utilize similar effects to stall the game while building up to something stupid like Part the Waterveil or Villainous Wealth. I would recommend some removal spells like Path to Exile for super cheap removal, or Cast Out for more versatile removal, hitting planeswalkers and stuff.
March of the Multitudes seems like it would love a spot here.
Hope I helped!
7 months ago
Nice list. I'm not sure if you have a budget for this list but it looks like a budget deck to me so I won't suggest anything I think is expensive. Maybe you could fit some extra turn spells into the list. I like to run Karn's Temporal Sundering and Part the Waterveil. They are budget options and if you can copy them with Ral or something you can have some explosive turns. You might want to add some more mana rocks if you have them laying around. Niv Mizzet mana cost is pretty intense, I find that the rocks that make colorless mana with this commander can be rough. Izzet Signet, Wayfarer's Bauble, Fire Diamond and Sky Diamond are all pretty nice rocks that aren't too expensive but I would understand if you couldn't get your hands on them. Burnished Hart is a pretty nice creature that you might be able to slot in. The only other suggestions I would make are for if you ever plan on upgrading it. I would upgrade Repeated Reverberation or Doublecast for Reverberation. It's the instant version of doublecast and you can cast it on opponents' spells as well. I really like Leyline of Anticipation with Niv. It can make everything you play so versatile. Even if you don't plan on upgrading it or adding anthing i suggested, this deck will probably be a lot of fun. I love my Niv Mizzet deck so I'm sure you will have fun playing yours.
8 months ago
Nice. I run a Niz-Mizzet deck but don't have Thousand Year Storm. Mine isn't exactly budget but you can look at it for some ideas. I'll tell you the budget cards that I do run though.
I think you could switch Doublecast for Reverberate or run both of them. Putting some extra turn spells would make for some explosive plays especially if you have Thousand year storm out. I run Karn's Temporal Sundering and Part the Waterveil which are both pretty good budget options. There are more options out there but they can get pretty pricy. I like to run Faithless Looting any chance I can get. It's pretty good here because it triggers Niv-Mizzet and has flashback so you can cast it from the graveyard if you need to. I think Echo of Eons is pretty cheap right now, in a few years that price will go up. If you can't get that card, Magus of the Wheel is a pretty good budget option but it's a creature so you can double it with thousand year storm. I like running card filter effects in my Niv-Mizzet deck so I can get as many triggers on him as possible. Compulsive Research , Drawn from Dreams and Fact or Fiction are all pretty good budget options. Leyline of Anticipation is a little pricier but it just got reprinted so if you can pick it up I would recommend it. Long-Term Plans is a tutor in blue that not many people know about and I think would work super good in Niv Mizzet. I don't run it but I probably should. Last notable mention is Psychosis Crawler . Synergizes super well with Niv-Mizzet and spreads damage out in a way similar to Guttersnipe.
Maybe this was a bit much but if you have any other questions feel free to message me. Good luck with your deck!!