Shard Convergence

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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
Vintage Legal

Shard Convergence

Sorcery

Search your library for a Plains card, an Island card, a Swamp card, and a Mountain card. Reveal those cards and put them into your hand. Then shuffle your library.

ILuvMtg on atraxa super friends

1 month ago

Chromatic Lantern and Chromatic Orrery would help with your mana-base problems, as well as Shard Convergence and Sylvan Scrying. Nissa, Who Shakes the World works best in mono-green decks, so I don't know how nessecary it is here.

Tic12 on MTG list of EDH Ramp Cards | last update: 30-05-22

1 month ago

Nice list and really helpful if you start with a new color combination for the first time.

Some green cards to edit:

Shard Convergence

Sprouting Vines

Kura, the Boundless Sky

Scaled Nurturer

Some Artifacts:

Cursed Mirror

Patriar's Seal

For some reasons, i like the 5 alara borderposts: Fieldmist Borderpost, Wildfield Borderpost, Mistvein Borderpost, Veinfire Borderpost and Firewild Borderpost.

You also missed the 10 Cluestones (Dimir Cluestone...) as well as the 10 Lockets (Azorius Locket...).

Maybe you have to sort the artifacts a bit more (1 color, 2 colors, etc.)

TheoryCrafter on Sliver-Overlord

1 year ago

Have you considered Realmwalker ? Combined with Dormant Sliver you have a combo that will continue to get slivers on the battlefield until a non-sliver card reaches the top of your library or your mana runs out. Another card you may want to consider is Shard Convergence . With your non-basic lands as they are it will be easy to get the color combo you need.

Also, your deck rides heavily on getting enough slivers onto the battlefied in addition to Gemhide Sliver and/or Manaweft Sliver before an opponent plays Blood Moon . May I suggest any combination of cards including, but not limited to, Scour from Existence and Introduction to Annihilation *?

Happy Hunting!

  • Card is found in the yet to be released(as of this post) Strixhaven set.

Epicurus on Ramos Cascade Ramp

1 year ago

abby315 Tome of the Guildpact is actually a lot more useful in here than you might think. Besides the one combo of Dust Elemental and Apex Devastator (with which I can literally cast the entire deck in one turn), the deck sometimes manages to stagnate if I don't get some card draw, and the Tome is one of the best cards for that in here. Likewise, Cryptolith Rite is amazing ramp if I get it early, though it is lackluster later in the game.

You're right about Shard Convergence being too slow to do what I want it for, and Lotus Bloom has its problems, so I dropped those two and the Deathsprout to fit in my protection package. Thanks again!

abby315 on Ramos Cascade Ramp

1 year ago

Epicurus Whoops! Didn't see it there. Yes, I think Lotus Bloom is likely to be underwhelming even if you do get it on cascade. I might also look at Garruk Wildspeaker which is very slow ramp and perhaps Tome of the Guildpact - do you find yourself needing to draw more cards very often? It looks like you have quite the value engine already. Finally, maybe either Cryptolith Rite which is slow or Shard Convergence which comes a little late for colorfixing.

abby315 on Ramos Cascade Ramp

1 year ago

Seems like Averna, the Chaos Bloom will be a good ramp piece for you! Maybe swap out Shard Convergence or Lotus Bloom? Both strike me as underwhelming ramp. Cool list!

leon_bulminot on List of EDH Ramp Cards

2 years ago

FYI, Shard Convergence is something everyone overlooks. Four drop to search out ANY plains, mountain, island, and swamp card. Four basic or nonbasic lands to your hand for 4 mana.

It's a huge game changer. Early game, gets you whatever mana you need asap. Mid game, gets you that extra mana types you need down and cycles mana out of the way. Late game, cycles whatever mana is left out of the deck.

Paired with Azusa or, another creature not here, Mina and Denn, Wildborn or any multi mana dropping per turn card, this four drop is totally underestimated.

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