Tamiyo, Field Researcher

Planeswalker — Tamiyo

+1: Choose up to two target creatures. Until your next turn, whenever either of those creatures deals combat damage, you draw a card.

-2: Tap up to two nonland permanents. They don't untap during their controller's next untap step.

-7: Draw three cards.You get an emblem with "You may cast nonland cards from your hand without paying their mana costs."

Niko9 on Spared No Expense!!!

13 hours ago

Nice dino deck! Honestly, part of me kind of hopes that they don't print newer and better dinosaurs in the future just because of how cool the ones we've got are. Ranging Raptors and Ripjaw Raptor are so good, and I really like your addition of Reckless Rage That's one I always wanted to try and it just never quite made the list, but I bet it can be nuts good.

One that I play in dinos is Ulvenwald Tracker to get another one drop and to have reusable fight effects. I know that it can be hard to find room for non dinos in there, but it's a very good one if you can find space for it.

But yep, I have a sans-red version if you ever want to check it out Dino Stomps To Value and it uses Tamiyo, Field Researcher to great effect and also Enter the Unknown which is one of my favorite ramp/scryish/pump cards. And Archangel Avacyn  Flip as both a flash indestructable to go with enrage, but also when she flips and hits all creatures for enrage effects. Plus a big flash flier is just good : )

But it's just different. Your deck is definitely more synergistic in dinos, and I really like seeing the different takes on my all time favorite magic creatures. They are surprisingly versatile for big bitey lizards : ) Awesome list!

Niko9 on Are Lizard Warrior and Viashino …

3 months ago

It's definitely taxonomic mimicry : ) One of them is clearly an amphibious man pretending to be a reptilian man. Which one it is though? To find out we will need Lonis, Cryptozoologist or maybe Tamiyo, Field Researcher

Niko9 on Y'all ever just... rage?

6 months ago

Dinosaurs! Ixalan is the block that got me back into the game with it's sheer awesomeness. I have a similar but kind of different deck and here's a few things I use. Don't know if it helps, but I figure if nothing else, it's fun to talk enraged :)

Ulvenwald Tracker is always a really nice one drop that can get your dinos to fight, win, and gain value and removal. Enter the Unknown one mana ramp that can give your creatures +1/+1 and let them take more damage to hit more enrages, yep, this might be the sneaky actual best card in my deck. Archangel Avacyn  Flip giving all your creatures indes can be a finisher. I've had this be almost a board wipe that I gain lands and cards off of. But at the same time, I do play a ton of ramp to make it more doable to keep 5 mana up. Plus, if she flips, she does 3 damage to all creatures. Tamiyo, Field Researcher this one might not make the list, but I do love it. You get so much value off doing exactly what you want to do, attacking. Plus the ability to tap down creatures. If I get the chance to fix enough mana, Tamiyo is the most powerful card in the deck.

Untap creature effects are also really good with enrage. Being able to attack with dinos, then untap them and block always feels more powerful than it seems.

Awesome deck.

trocroi on Bant Strixhaven Stadium counters

1 year ago

I really love this idea. I’ve been trying to build a proliferate deck to quickly Ult planeswalkers.

A planeswalker that feels appropriate here is Tamiyo, Field Researcher . You could keep reusing the minus ability to keep your opponents stuff tapped, and your proliferate triggers would bring you back to parity.

enpc on How powerful is this deck? …

1 year ago

legendofa: Quality should always be your guide. If you were using all 10 planeswalkers on a single (non-superfriends theme) like for example if they all pumped out tokens and then buffed them, that would be fine. But here you effectively have:

Looking at the planeswalkers, that's kind of what I see here. And don't get me wrong, repeatability is great. But you have to weigh that up against mana cost and frequency of repeatability.

DemonDragonJ on Utopian Prosperity

1 year ago

I have replaced Tamiyo, Field Researcher with Skyward Eye Prophets, which raised the average converted mana cost of this deck from 3.92 to 3.95, but that is an acceptable increase, in my mind, because of how great that card is; I had been contemplating replacing Tamiyo with Overbeing of Myth, but I already have that card in two other EDH decks, so I instead put in a card that could fit in only this deck.

Also, removing the only planeswalker in this deck allowed me to replace Caged Sun with The Immortal Sun, which I feel is better for multicolored decks.

DemonDragonJ on How Good is Tamiyo, Field …

1 year ago

I have Tamiyo, Field Researcher in two of my EDH decks: my green/white/blue deck and my proliferate deck, and she is in both deck primarily for her final ability, because it is such an awesome ability, but I am wondering if she is a good card, overall, for this format.

I definitely am keeping her in my Atraxa deck, because of that deck's focus on proliferation, but I am less certain about the other deck, since that deck does not have much support for planeswalkers, making her feel more as if I put her in there simply because the deck supported her colors and for any true synergy with the deck's overall theme.

What does everyone else say about this? How good is Tamiyo, Field Researcher in EDH, and should I keep her in my green/white/blue deck?

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