Prismatic Omen

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Legality

Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

Prismatic Omen

Enchantment

Lands you control are every basic land type in addition to their other types.

Emberalus on Child of Alara

2 months ago

Update:

OUT:

  • Sol Ring
  • Goblin Engineer (It does not really synergize with the combo, it was in to find Zuran Orb but I kind of have enough ways to find it and not enough artifacts to sacrifice.)
  • Roil Elemental (It was a cute card but I had to cut one more card for some more consistency and with the amount of tutors I play generally I will always rather have Tatyova or Gitrog Monster which are both tutorable by Bring to Light.)
  • Pact of Negation (Pact of Negation is kind of an expensive card and I think I like Pyroblast more, it's mainly to combat counterspells on the second sunrise anyway and Pyroblast has some added utility to it which I think makes it better.)
  • Mana Vault
  • Overgrown Tomb (Decided I want to run just 3 shock lands, this one might get back into the deck but I opted for others first.)
  • Mox Diamond
  • Mana Crypt
  • Krark-Clan Ironworks (Decided to get rid of the KCI saccing mana rocks before second sunrise plan, it was too convoluted and I want to go for a more land centric deck.)
  • Valakut Exploration (This was also one of my other win conditions, and I liked Roil Elemental first above this but decided to cut both.)
  • Izzet Chronarch (Got replaced by Timeless Witness.)

IN:

  • Krosan Wayfarer (Has some early game utility while still being excellend in the Combo.)
  • Pyroblast
  • Cosmic Intervention (I somehow overlooked this card but I am really excited to add this as an early game play for value.)
  • Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath (Uro is already an insane card, it sacrifices itself which is great, it's basically a recurrable Explore with the added bonus of sometimes being a powerful body, I think it will work excellend in the deck.)
  • Farseek
  • Explore (Both replace my mana rocks for some early mana ramp.)
  • Breeding Pool
  • Temple Garden
  • Hallowed Fountain
  • Timeless Witness
  • Unbridled Growth (Fixes mana and sacrifices for a card, the other candidate was chromatic star which would also be good but I think Unbridled will have more value as you don't need to sacrifice it to gain it's fixing effect.)

I decided to cut my mana rocks that don't provide a color except for when they have a way to sacrifice themself which also made me cut my KCI from the deck.

Other Ideas: + Valakut, the Molten Pinnacle + Vesuva + Prismatic Omen

Icbrgr on

4 months ago

I have never played scapeshift personally but have always thought it looked fun. Would something like Coiling Oracle put in good work here being a means to play an extra land and be a chump blocker? Otherwise Dryad of the Ilysian Grove seems like it'd be fantastic as its Prismatic Omen for your Valakut, the Molten Pinnacle and more ramp put together.

NV_1980 on JOJO'S BIZARRE ADVENTURE

6 months ago

Hi,

This looks fun! Not sure if your deck needs more mana-fixing but if it does, you could look into Prismatic Omen.

Regards,

NV_1980

drwombat on My edh dragon deck

6 months ago

I have a dragon deck I love tweaking. I may use your ideas of Monastery Siege and Prismatic Omen for mine. Great stuff.

I will say for a commander deck you may want to think bigger - Burst Lightning and Lightning Bolt are very limited removals for a big game. And I say that where Lightning Bolt was one of my favorite cards for a long time when I first started playing - but so much has changed since Lightning Bolt was the go-to burn spell. You won't hurt a player in edh with 3 damage. And you won't be able to kill most creatures. Maybe look at things like Putrefy or Hero's Downfall that, while CMC cost is 3, offer you much better value in effect.

Meanwhile, check out my dragons - appreciate any thoughts you might have: Ramos's Dragon Horde

Unlife on Jund Dwarven mining company

7 months ago

If your already running Scapeshift, I'd recommend Valakut, the Molten Pinnacle and Prismatic Omen/Dryad of the Ilysian Grove as a backup wincon

KingZukk on Win with the RAINBOW!!!

8 months ago

How about some Prismatic Omens?

NV_1980 on Jodah Cascades

10 months ago

Hi m8,

I've play-tested this a few times and its main problems is its speed. In seven out of ten games, I could not do anything useful until turn 5. To improve on this, I would definitely include Chromatic Lantern, for similar reasons you've already included Prismatic Omen and Dryad of the Ilysian Grove. Also, I would replace some of the cards in your deck with some more ramp spells or land-fetching of whatever sort. Some more opportunities for card-advantage would also really help out. I'm thinking Phyrexian Arena, Rhystic Study or something similar.

I should also point out that Jodah is instrumental in your strategy (at least in the early-mid game, until you have something on the board that allows you to cascade for free), but you've not included any protection for him. In my play-group, this guy is a primary target as soon as he hits the battlefield. So stuff like Lightning Greaves, Swiftfoot Boots, Mother of Runes or other cheap stuff like it would be highly recommended too.

Hope the deck works out for you.

Kind regards,

NV_1980

Polaris on Does Pact of Negation / …

11 months ago

Pact of Negation, Sudden Substitution

Yes, this works. It's evil, but it works. Pact of Negation sets up a delayed triggered ability when it resolves, so if it resolves under another player's control they'll have to pay the cost.

However, there are a few ways around it. Once upon a time this would be a guaranteed kill on a player that didn't have blue (assuming Pact resolves, of course), but under current Commander rules, lands or creatures that can tap for mana of "any color" (i.e. Archway Commons), Treasure tokens, an effect that gives lands all types like Prismatic Omen, or an effect like Chromatic Orrery will let them pay the in the cost.

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