Rain of Revelation

Rain of Revelation

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Rain of Revelation Discussion

Optimator on Frugal Faeries

6 months ago

Drop Faerie Tauntings , Ashiok, Nightmare Muse , Traumatize , Trepanation Blade , add about one or two more ramp and two more card-draw at least. I almost always run 8 pieces of ramp and the prevailing wisdom is 10. Same for card-draw: I aim for 8, many aim for 10. Extra ramp is great with Oona's ability and card-draw can draw you into lands and just generally smooth everything out.

Reconnaissance Mission would be good. Treasure Cruise is often almost an Ancestral Recall and is budget too. Even though you're running Blue , Read the Bones is a great rate, as is Night's Whisper . Divination , Concentrate , and Tidings are all great on a budget, if a bit unexciting.

I love Keep Watch , Borrowing 100,000 Arrows , Theft of Dreams , Insight , Windfall , Plea for Power , Curse of Verbosity , and Manifold Insights but they are swingy. High ceilings, low floors. The mana cost on them is what makes them so good.

Midnight Clock is budget right now but it's starting to make waves. Get yours now while they're cheap. Ramp AND draw! Great on a budget.

Secrets of the Golden City and Kumena's Awakening should usually be City's Blessing-ed. I like Kimena's a lot on a budget (along with Patient Rebuilding ). Rush of Knowledge is decent if you have Oona out. Fathom Trawl is a guaranteed three non-lands, though it might be a bit lackluster with so many faeries. Not a bad card though. Mind Spring is great with ramp.

Drawn from Dreams and Dig Through Time are probably better than Diabolic Tutor until you have a game-winning card in the deck like Coat of Arms or some combo pieces (of which all are out-of-budget). I'd say drop Diabolic Tutor . Diabolic Vision is all right on a budget, as is Pilfered Plans , Forbidden Alchemy , and Notion Rain . We can probably do better, even on a tight budget.

Soul Ransom is kind of faerie-ish. Pact of the Serpent maybe?

With all your fliers, Rogue's Gloves and Mask of Memory are fantastic card-draw cards. Mask of Riddles is cute. Curiosity and Curious Obsession are decent but dangerous. Chart a Course is decent with fliers. Whispering Madness can be good with fliers too.

I have mixed feelings about Opt , Serum Visions , Sleight of Hand , Ponder , Preordain , Portent . They certainly don't hurt but they're bad late-game. I run them in some decks. Consider them if most of your card-draw is expensive. Brainstorm is a bit of a trap unless you have ways to shuffle your library and get rig of unwanted cards. This usually requires fetch lands like Polluted Delta and is better in 60-card formats.

Rain of Revelation , Archmage's Charm , Fact or Fiction , Succumb to Temptation , Precognitive Perception , Frantic Search , Pull from Tomorrow , Gush , Village Rites are all good for being instants so you can leave counterspells up and if you don't need them you can draw. That's one of the reasons a card like Anticipate looks weak but is nice for keeping counterspells open. Fact or Fiction is particularly good and is considered a staple in many formats, including EDH.

I would swap out Dimir Locket and Dimir Cluestone for Mind Stone and Prismatic Lens . Maybe Star Compass if it is in budget. I know you need your colors but 3-mana mana rocks that don't have huge upside are sooooo slow. Arcane Signet is probably out of budget, which is too bad. Is Wayfarer's Bauble still expensive? Probably. Worn Powerstone and Hedron Archive maybe? Oona isn't cheap and you want mana for her ability if push comes to shove. Trinket Mage is ramp because it can snag Sol Ring , making it the same rate as Explosive Vegetation and Hedron Archive .

Optimator on Rooftop Experiments (Zombie Tribal)

11 months ago

So the problem with those cards for me and this deck is I don't run a ton of graveyard recursion other than GnG, so a card like Sift is identical to Concentrate. I'd just as soon draw the cards normally in case I whiff on a creature to put in the bin. In my research I've found that almost all Blue cards like Sift are costed at the Common rarity, so non-discarding card-draw cards are often better on-rate.

Rain of Revelation is strictly better than Sift too, but this deck doesn't really play at instant speed so the effect is diminished once more. I could see Pull from Tomorrow being more of a stand-out now that I think of it.

Optimator on Gisa and Geralf EDH V.2.2

11 months ago

I have a Gisa & Geralf deck too! Rooftop Experiments (Zombie Tribal).

So you say this decks needs some help. I've looked over it and here are my thoughts:

First off, it looks really good. I love your creature selection. It appears you're going somewhat wide with a "regular" aggro plan, so I'll be basing my suggestions off that. From what I've seen of your other decks you have something of a budget (as do I!) so I'll refrain from just suggesting every big-time upgrade on EDHREC.

One thing is it looks like you only have four or five ramp pieces. Personally I aim for at least eight in all my decks that don't have a ramp strategy, and more for those that do. Perhaps three more? I've found that I really like casting a spell from hand then casting a zombie from the graveyard as much as possible, so you'll be happy with the extra mana. Fellwar Stone is good for the Havengul Lich. Consider Mind Stone, Wayfarer's Bauble, Talisman of Dominance, Star Compass, Sky Diamond, Charcoal Diamond, or perhaps Black Market.

You're also at around five or six card-draw cards. Could be better, but it's not bad--especially since you have so much card advantage coming from the graveyard. Still, hand refills are always nice and it's nice to draw into answers. Windfall is good for graveyard-y decks. Perhaps a big hand-refiller like Mind Spring, Tidings, or Overflowing Insight? You would often have The City's Blessing for Kumena's Awakening if you can't afford a Phyrexian Arena and/or Rhystic Study. Rain of Revelation has a hint of graveyard synergy, and stuff like Reconnaissance Mission and Keep Watch synergize with your go-wide build.

Sidisi, Undead Vizier is premium in Gisa & Geralf decks. Can't recommend her enough. Great way to get Rooftop Storm out!

Gattison on The Spell-Slinging Slasher

1 year ago

I could come up with a few ideas, yeah. Browbeat, for one. Maybe Foresee, Rain of Revelation or Sift. Secrets of the Golden City? Tezzeret's Gambit?

Shrektheogrelord on God-Eternal Kefnet cEDH

2 years ago

I am looking over the deck and noticing a lack of big draws, as in Timetwister / Time Spiral and a huge commitment to artifacts, typically the combination of those archetypes are what makes them potent strategies. My observation is that we get lots of hands that have the ramp we want, but not enough draw power to sustain the mana advantage we got, or vice versa, good cards and draw, but we will be a little behind our table on the mana curve. I suggest taking a few artifacts out that are less conducive to a grindy game, such as mana vault, and basalt monolith, to slot in some mass draw spells so we arent gassed out. Since we are running baral, and lots of interaction what are your thoughts on adding library of leng, as it allows loot effects to become brainstorm effects and allows us to run cards like Frantic Search , Thirst for Knowledge , Rain of Revelation etc. more effectively and keep our hand full of answers until we are ready to combo out. Looking at your video, we lean more towards a baral style of deck rather than teferi. I have a list I have been working on and discovered that kefnet wants a much longer game than teferi, we are consistent because we only aim to combo out when everyone else is out of answers, or when we think it is safe. We dont need to luck into the combo if we can force the game to go long enough that we draw into it naturally so that our tutors can be used to toolbox our necessary hate pieces to answer our opponents strategy. Let me know what you think, I am a person who tends to spend an above average amount of time building testing and researching commanders and would love to work with like minded individuals to create the best decks possible.