Storm the Festival

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Brawl Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Planechase Legal
Pre-release Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Standard Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Storm the Festival


Look at the top five cards of your library. You may put up to two permanent cards with converted mana cost/mana value 5 or less from among them onto the battlefield. Put the rest on the bottom of your library in a random order.

Flashback (You may cast this from your graveyard from this card's flashback cost, then exile this.)

SufferFromEDHD on March of the Trees

21 hours ago

Interesting list. I'm a huge fan of land strategies in EDH. I typically build around the legacy 43 Lands.dec shell.

Dust Bowl is crucial late game alongside a lot of basic lands.

Elvish Reclaimer you have some stuff to tutor for.

Eternal Witness, Holistic Wisdom and/or Turntimber Sower solid recursion.

Creeping Renaissance, Storm the Festival, Moment's Peace and Soul of New Phyrexia are neat discard fodder.

Your maybeboard is full of power. I'd cut like 10 forests to add the good stuff like Constant Mists, Crucible of Worlds and Timber Protector

nbarry223 on Viga-BOOM!

4 months ago

Timeless Lotus version, there's actually quite a few directions the deck could go, thanks to Storm the Festival.

Gleeock on Tutorless Commander?

6 months ago

Crow-Umbra funny you should mention Sterling Grove as an example of what type of tutor I keep around, because that was one of the other ones I left in that same deck for that exact reason :) . I rarely pop it for its' tutor ability.

Hard to say card draw compensation occurs hard (maybe a little), hard card draw is one thing I see popping up in our low-tutor total meta, but we actually usually see more: "to the battlefield" bombs to make up for suboptimal setup-fixing at times.

Last outing, I won about 3 games of 6 with suboptimal min-tutor decks & they were mostly back-&-forth affairs which could have gone either way (the best environment for little incremental damage pieces). One game I won after an Obliterate by the skin of my teeth by opting to pull Kroxa, Titan of Death's Hunger instead of another land & then gambling that my opponent would discard his last 3 life :) . The other game I caught up in a big way with flashback on Storm the Festival & that put me over-the-top to overcome early game enchantress removal. Lastly, my Breena deck somehow ran roughshod over everyone with Heliod vigilance-ing all my white weenies. So a lot of aggro & midgame fun in that playgroup with a smattering of catchup spells instead of tutors.

Gleeock on Win Conditions / Near-whining Musings

1 year ago

It has been kindof nice for my usual meta that about 1/2 of our decks have converted over to a groupslug or goad element. Those inherently allow for more midgame combat & chip dmg with a "we can deal with it later" attitude instead of the amped up "every player needs to be stopped" games. We play some of those too, but it is nice to have a couple of lower synergy disruption decks that sneak a backdoor win here & there just off playing more mid-tier threats or sudden Timmystuff plays that have a high impact but also aren't must play scenarios. Removing some must play/must tutor things has allowed me to play more undervalued bombs like Storm the Festival or Creative Technique... with massive impact + high variance

janederscore on Obliterate (Golgari Ambush Ramp)

1 year ago

Oh you're good don't worry lol, I'm glad you like the list. I think splashing blue is gonna be a little too tight on the mana base since I'm already squeezing out a lot of my snow mana for utility.

Storm the Festival was in here before actually, I keep going back and forth on it because being able to coco for Obliterator and lands is pretty nice, but in the version I've been running in arena I find myself rarely able to use it when I need it the most (3 green symbols is Brutal in this list without Yavimaya) and most of the time I really don't since Obliterator, most of the time, operates more like a spell than a creature in this list. If there was a little more wiggle room I'd definitely put it in, and it's good enough that I'd be willing to throw it in the sideboard, but on the whole I think it's probably just not quite good enough to make the cut.

GrimlockVIII on Obliterate (Golgari Ambush Ramp)

1 year ago

Yo just coming back in to also suggest Storm the Festival to potentially bring out two Obliterators with one card.

If you also want even more obliterators, splashing in blue with Croaking Counterpart would be pretty funny.

I realize deck space is already tight as it is, so take these suggestions with a grain of salt. I just like this deck a lot lmao.

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