Land — Mountain Forest
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As Stomping Ground enters the battlefield, you may pay 2 life. If you don't, Stomping Ground enters the battlefield tapped.
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|Ravnica Allegiance (RNA)||Rare|
|Zendikar Expeditions (EXP)||Mythic Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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Stomping Ground Discussion
6 days ago
due to the presence of effects like Blood Moon or Back to Basics. I'd rather keep the basics intact. What in my opinion should be cut are instead least important shocklands (giving or mana) and every land that comes into play tapped like BFZ lands.
6 days ago
Since my last posts were not helpful, I tried doing some research to see if I could actually come up with something useful, and I did, albeit janky.
Firstly, Blazing Volley only targets the opponent and kills un-buffed spirits. So you may want to run several copies in the maindeck or sideboard.
Secondly, the most accessible spell in Pioneer for neutralizing flyers is Gruul Charm, so if you really think spirits are that problematic, you could run 3-4 of them on the sideboard, and maindeck some green mana, like Mana Confluence, Stomping Ground, Overgrown Tomb, etc. Maybe even some cycling lands like Sheltered Thicket. Janky, I know. But there aren’t many options for Rakdos in Pioneer to deal with fliers.
2 weeks ago
Hey, with such a high budget consider cutting a few of the least good cards for some tutors to search for the better creatures/cards?
- Eladamri's Call > Courser of Kruphix
- Enlightened Tutor > Spitfire Lagac
- Wargate > Decimate
- Chord of Calling > Path to Exile
For landfall Harrow and Roiling Regrowth are both better than Cultivate and Kodama's Reach since they put two basic lands onto the battlefield at once. Even at instant speed to trigger Omnath twice on an opponent's turn.
I'm a little confused by the manabase. You have many great Fetch lands, but no Shock lands to search for with Fetches? That's the power of Fetch lands is they can search for dual lands that are two or more different land types. You pay 2 life to have a Shock land ETB untapped and that's nothing when you can gain 4 life each turn with landfall from Omnath.
- Hallowed Fountain > Seachrome Coast
- Stomping Ground > Timbercrown Pathway
- Temple Garden > Branchloft Pathway
- Steam Vents > 1x Island
- Sacred Foundry > Pillarverge Pathway
Good luck with your deck.
2 weeks ago
When playing four or more colors, it's always handy to have some more lands that can give you any color! City of Brass, Mana Confluence, Tarnished Citadel, MAYBE a Gemstone Mine or Gemstone Caverns could work! You also really should include shock lands. The fetch lands say search for a x or a y, but they do NOT say basic. Thus, if you had a Wooded Foothills you could search for a Breeding Pool, etc, giving you two color choices. Thus, it might be nice to add more fetches, even if they aren't in your exact colors! Why? Well, there's two reasons. 1, a Bloodstained Mire can still give you virtually any color you need if you include the shock lands, as it could search for a Stomping Ground, Sacred Foundry, or Steam Vents. These also will give you TWO landfall triggers, because the fetch land enters and then the shock land! Thus, adding some more fetches might prove to be very useful! Maybe fabled passage too, because it will also give you two triggers. Also, if you are going to include pain lands (like Shivan Reef) and filter lands (like Wooded Bastion), I would consider putting the rest that are in your colors in the deck as well. Also, you may want to consider cards that can get you extra triggers for landfall like Burgeoning, Azusa, Lost but Seeking, and Oracle of Mul Daya! And before I forget, Ramunap Excavator is like a second Crucible of Worlds, and lets you use a fetch land infinitely, meaning two landfall triggers per turn without needing any more lands: just one fetch and itself.
In the end, I mainly think you should add other fetches that are not in your colors, adding shock lands because they are good and can be searched for with the fetches, adding multicolor lands like City of Brass, and possibly adding the rest of the filter lands and pain lands! This may have been a bit confusing, sorry I'm in a rush, but either way hope it helps and have a great day!
2 weeks ago
Feiryn Ok thanks a lot! I Actually have a Path to Exile on the way (referring to your previous comment). I have an Arcane Signet on the way already too. I have a Coalition Relic on hand atm. Will likely get a Fellwar Stone and Nature's Lore too. Also actually have a Smoldering Marsh that I didn't realise I had coming. Also I'm in the process of updating the deck!
OK, now onto the meaty stuff... I'm about to spend more money LMAO. I want to get your opinion on which of these cards I should use in THIS deck, or which ones I shouldn't bother with in your opinion -
Blood Crypt, Breeding Pool, Canopy Vista, Demonic Tutor, Dromoka, the Eternal, Fellwar Stone, Future Sight, Hallowed Fountain, Herald's Horn, Kaalia of the Vast, Marsh Flats, Maze of Ith, Mirari's Wake, Nature's Lore, Nesting Dragon, Overgrown Tomb, Polluted Delta, Steam Vents, Stomping Ground, Temple Garden, Urza's Incubator, Windswept Heath,
3 weeks ago
Hey, nice Scroll Rack Invention :)
Some budget cards to consider adding:
- Sol Ring
- Command Tower
- Congregation at Dawn
- Forerunner of the Empire
- Quartzwood Crasher
- Ripjaw Raptor
- Garruk's Uprising
- Rhythm of the Wild
- Elemental Bond
- Orcish Lumberjack
- Faeburrow Elder
- Canopy Vista
- Cinder Glade
- Exotic Orchard
- Naya Panorama
Sol Ring and Command Tower are some staple budget cards in Commander. At TCGPlayer you can find Sol for less than $3 and Tower for less than $1. Congregation at Dawn is a good budget creature tutor with Gishath. Cast it the same turn you want play Gishath or the turn before to tutor for and arrange the top of your library with any three Dinos to cheat onto the battlefield. Forerunner of the Empire is a Dino tutor (puts the Dino on top of your library) and a repeatable enrage enabler when a Dino you control ETB.
Quartzwood Crasher is one of the better budget Dinos since it can be a repeatable source of Dino tokens since many other Dinos have trample especially with Ghalta. Crasher combines well with Garruk's Uprising which can be a repeatable draw source and can give all creatures you control trample. Ripjaw Raptor has a powerful enrage ability to draw a card when it takes damage. Rhythm of the Wild makes all creatures you cast uncounterable and it gives nontoken creatures when they ETB the option of haste or make it bigger with a +1/+1 counter.
With Orcish Lumberjack sacing a Forest you control can make four mana since you can tap the Forest for mana before you sac it which can be a quick way to ramp into Gishath or other Dinos. Farseek is two drop land ramp that can search for a dual land such as Stomping Ground, Canopy Vista, Cinder Glade. At TCGPlayer can get Vista and Glade for less than $2 each.
Cards to consider cutting:
- Timber Gorge
- Tranquil Expanse
- Gruul Guildgate
- Selesnya Guildgate
- Blossoming Sands
- Nissa's Pilgrimage
- Font of Fertility
- Hunt the Weak
- Insult / Injury
- Gruul Keyrune
- Burnished Hart
- Ravenous Daggertooth
- Raging Regisaur
- Radiant Destiny
- Overgrown Armasaur
- Kinjalli's Caller
- Zhur-Taa Druid
Good luck with your deck.
1 month ago
1 month ago
Hey, some base numbers to consider when starting out a three color casual Temur deck:
- 36 lands: Command Tower, Exotic Orchard
- 12 ramp sources: Simic/Izzet/Gruul Signets, Farseek
- 10 draw sources: Brainstorm, Coiling Oracle
- 8 removal/counterspells: Nature's Claim, Counterspell
- 5 tutors: Shared Summons, Prime Speaker Vannifar
Of course these numbers can be increased or decreased as you build the deck, but this is a good starting point with some cards to consider adding.
Any creatures or instant/sorceries you play think of them has having two additional mana in their mana costs that way you can get value from Riku. This means more creatures and instant/sorceries that are lower mana cost such as Coiling Oracle and Growth Spiral. Oracle and Spiral for two mana can help to get to five or more mana to cast Riku.
Legendary creatures are not the best with Riku because of the legendary rule. Only allowing you to have one card that's the same name in your control meaning you don't really want to copy a legendary creature with Riku. The token copy still triggers any ETB abilities, but then you remove the token copy and keep the original legendary creature.
Some budget win conditions with Riku
Biovisionary + one copy of Biovisionary + Twinflame
At beginning of your end step resolve the Biovisionary win the game trigger before the Twinflame exile tokens trigger which wins the game before the tokens are exiled. Biovisionary is also good with clones such as Phyrexian Metamorph. With Riku in your control get Biovisionary onto the battlefield, make a copy of it, clone it with Metamorph and make token copy of Metamorph gives you four Biovisionarys. Twinflame also combos with Dualcaster Mage for infinite Dualcasters who can attack with haste.
Ral, Storm Conduit + Fork Expansion / Explosion/Reverberate/Twincast
With Ral in your control cast a Fork, copy it with Riku. Let the copy resolve and then copy the original Fork still on the stack. Resolving the Fork copy then copying the original Fork makes a copy instant loop which does infinite damage to your opponents one at a time with Ral. These Forks are good with Riku outside the combo because for four mana you can copy an opponents spell twice. Forks are nice in multiplayer Commander where you have many opponents who are casting instant/sorceries you could copy.
Some of other cards $5 or less each that are good with Riku
- Mana dorks: Kiora's Follower, Paradise Druid
- Land ramp: Crop Rotation, Harrow
- Clones: Clever Impersonator, Progenitor Mimic
- Recursion: Eternal Witness, Regrowth
- Removal: Beast Within, Reclamation Sage
- Draw: Preordain, Serum Visions, Risen Reef
- Tutors: Chord of Calling, Signal the Clans
- Forks: Narset's Reversal can be a repeatable for four mana since the copy of Reversal can bounce the original Reversal back to your hand.
- Tri: Frontier Bivouac
- Fetch: Ash Barrens, Evolving Wilds
- Pain: Yavimaya Coast, Karplusan Forest, Shivan Reef
- Battle: Cinder Glade
- Bounce: Simic Growth Chamber, Izzet Boilerworks, Gruul Turf
- Utility: Mystic Sanctuary, Kessig Wolf Run
- Check: Sulfur Falls, Rootbound Crag
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