Temple of Plenty

Temple of Plenty


This enters the battlefield tapped.

When this enters the battlefield, scry 1. (Look at the top card of your library. You may put that card on the bottom of your library.)

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Temple of Plenty Discussion

BotaNickill on Sex-Proof Selesnyabians

6 months ago

king-saproling Thanks for the suggestions! I've had mana dorks in the deck in the past, and artifacts, but I've found it performs best with more enchantments to trigger card draw mechanics instead, which is why I have all the enchantments possible in the deck To compliment my Enchantresses! First turn Land Tax is my go to play. It makes the opponents play more conservative and all it has to do is activate once and I make my next three land drops no problemo! Mirri's Guile is my other first turn favorite. It lets me dig for what I need. If I don't like what I see, hopefully a fetch land in the hand or on the field will remedy that for me. Temple of Plenty is also a good first turn play. Although , upon further review, that's really my only 3 shots at a favorable first turn play for me, sooo.. I'll consider adding the Birds of Paradise back in. Already has evasion, and can be easily made larger with enchantments. The enchantment ramp in the 3 spot might be good too, It's just hard for me to make cuts to the deck to add other things. I you have any cut suggestions, I would love to hear them. I'll have to check and see if I have the Wellspring , that seems interesting and possibly annoying for the opponent if you happen to get something good with it. Sram, Senior Edificer I would consider, it's basically another enchantress, But I know I don't have that one. I'll keep an eye out. Anyways, right on, thanks for the insight! Much appreciated!

nathanielhebert on

6 months ago

The efficient land cards are what make this set more expensive, but the sturdy defender deck can afford to slow things down with cheaper mana alternatives. On the plus side, the guild-gates at our disposal look like we're building up more walls, and the scry from the various Temple of Mystery 's helps to put the combo pieces we need into our hands.

A slimmer version:

1x Botanical Sanctum , 3x Temple of Mystery

1x Fortified Village , 3x Temple of Plenty

1x Glacial Fortress , 2x Temple of Enlightenment

1x Hallowed Fountain , 3x Azorius Guildgate

1x Wooded Bastion , 3x Selesnya Guildgate

1x Island 1x Forest

danthecolombian on Jumanji Aggro || Selesnya Surprise

10 months ago

thanks psionictemplar!

yeah, I caught that after it was cycled, so I added it to the Maybeboard for a Legacy flex. In it's place, I added Unflinching Courage which allows for the same minus the stacking ability of the non-Lifelink language available in Armadillo Cloak.

lastly, would you recommend Temple Garden over Sunpetal Grove, Graypelt Refuge, or Temple of Plenty?

multimedia on Gishath Dinos V1.5

1 year ago

Hey, nice first budget version of Gishath. Good job on the win.

Some budget cards to consider adding:

Several of these cards are in Commander Legends, the new Magic set just released. The prices of these cards will be decreasing.

Cards to consider cutting:

Good luck with your deck.

multimedia on Don't touch my Throne

1 year ago

Hey, nice version of Jared. I'm not a fan of Jared, but I can see you have put a lot of thought into your deck and you have overall very good card sense on a budget. Card draw shouldn't be a problem as long as you can keep the monarch :)

The manabase is lacking which is understandable because of the low budget. Cinder Glade and Canopy Vista are two of the better budget lands for Naya because they are two different land types, have interaction with lots of basic lands and they're Forest lands. Farseek, but also Nature's Lore, Three Visits (Commander Legends version), Skyshroud Claim and Wood Elves can all search for them and these five land ramp spells are among the best in Commander because they can ramp with a dual land. Some other good budget lands are: Battlefield Forge, Path of Ancestry and Naya Panorama.

Crop Rotation can tutor for Throne of the High City. Open the Armory can tutor for Pariah, Shield of the Oversoul or one of five equipment. Pariah is an important card to have more access too because you can't lose the monarch when Jared is enchanted with it.

Kami of False Hope is the white Spore Frog. Sun Titan is now less than $1 and is quite helpful since it can be repeatable reanimation: Jared, Pariah, Throne, Frog, Reckoner or any other 3 CMC/less permanent. Dromoka's Command is a good instant fight spell since it also gives another mode.

Cards to consider cutting:

Good luck with your deck.

Omniscience_is_life on Zendikar Spoilers!

1 year ago

Yeah, but tapped lands are tough... IDK I do like my one Temple of Plenty... mayhap I'll pick up a few more

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