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Thirst for Knowledge
Draw three cards. Then discard two cards unless you discard an artifact card.
2 months ago
Thirst for Knowledge, Drake Haven, Trial of Knowledge and maybe Cartouche of Knowledge and Cartouche of Ambition with it. Not sure how good an idea it is to be cycling all your lands. Has that been working in your deck?
2 months ago
Relic of Progenitus - Scourglass - Prodigy's Prototype - Mirrorworks - Welding Jar - Isochron Scepter - Mirage Mirror - Foreboding Statue Flip - Worn Powerstone - Efficient Construction - Mirrormade - Thirst for Knowledge - Dispatch - Path to Exile - Swords to Plowshares - Reality Shift
6 months ago
Hey, nice version on less than $100 budget.
I know this is sea monster tribal, but consider cutting a few of the lesser sea monsters for more effects to enable Runo to transform and some more ramp?
Vile Entomber can first help to setup Runo then Krothuss can copy it to get Wonder into your graveyard while in combat. It's helpful to have a creature who Krothuss can copy to put any sea monster from your library into your graveyard for reanimation.
These card suggestions could replace:
- Wormhole Serpent
- Shipbreaker Kraken
- Tolarian Kraken
- Aethersquall Ancient
- Lorthos, the Tidemaker
- Slinn Voda, the Rising Deep
Legendary sea monsters are less good with Krothuss because can't keep the token copies of them and Lorthos/Slinn don't give you any effect for value when token copies of them enter the battlefield.
Baleful Strix is good with Sea-Dasher Octopus to mutate for a flying/deathtouch 2/2 Octopus who draws a card when a token copy of it is created as well as when it does combat damage to a player. Without Sea-Dasher Strix is still good with Krothuss for repeatable draw. Strix could replace Perplex.
Good luck with your deck.
7 months ago
Ancient Excavation, Dihada's Ploy, Fact or Fiction, Frantic Search, Forbidden Alchemy, Otherworldly Gaze, Thirst for Knowledge, Thirst for Meaning, Winds of Rebuke, You Find the Villains' Lair, Careful Study, Funeral Rites, Notion Rain, Ransack the Lab, Perpetual Timepiece
10 months ago
Personally I think you have good options in both mono and multi colored so try both. Here's more useful Blues:
About Jace, I don't think he's helpful at all. I would much rather try Strixhaven Stadium here. Pandeem is good as a single. Another thing that might be good, especially if you follow the stadium idea, is Blinkmoth Nexus
1 year ago
Thirst for Meaning and Thirst for Knowledge are both incredibly good cards, and if I know EDH I assume you're running at least a couple mana rocks and one or two enchantments you thought were cool. They also only cost 3 mana, which is great.
Additionally, Frantic Search is great to dig really fast, especially if you have a land that taps for multiple mana. Faithless Looting is just great, Brainstorm is a no-brainer, and there's a couple affordable wheels in Windfall , Wheel of Misfortune and Day's Undoing .
1 year ago
Hey! I was building a Living End deck and found your deck in the suggestions. I really like your approach to Living End. I've +1 it already!
Playing with my Living End deck, sometimes I think that putting cards into the graveyard only with cycling effects is pretty slow. The obvious advantage is put cards into the graveyard without "losing" cards in our hand (discard to draw maintains the number of cards in our hand), but I was testing cards that draws and discards a lot of cards with one spell (e.g. Thirst for Knowledge or Frantic Search ). I don't know if is good to have so many cards with cycling inside the deck. Do you have some impressions through the tests you've (possibly) made with this list?
I think that cards like Faithless Looting and Careful Study works very well in your deck. They're sorcery spells with mana value of 1, which is a cost that your deck likes, because of the Codie's ability. Also, Codie's ability lets you cast the spell until the end of turn, so you can delay Living End and cast it after putting cards into the graveyard with the discard clause of those spells I've mentioned.
Another good side of using those spells is that lets you use powerful creatures that does not put themselves into the graveyard. It can increase the value of your creatures and wins you some games. Maybe you don't want to use them because Codie doesn't let you cast them, but maybe they'll work anyway.
I've never played Codie before, but I think that permanent cards can be useful, even with Codie's ability. Codie won't be in the battlefield all of the time, and maybe there're permanents that can help you setup your strategy. If these cards are creatures, you can simply discard them with the draw X discard Y effects, reanimating them with Living End on future turns.
1 year ago
Here are some card that I think are worth considering.