Tireless Tracker

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed 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
Quest Magic Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Tireless Tracker

Creature — Human Scout

Landfall — Whenever a land enters the battlefield under your control, investigate. (Create a colourless Clue artifact token onto the battlefield with ", Sacrifice this artifact: Draw a card.")

Whenever you sacrifice a Clue, put a +1/+1 counter on Tireless Tracker.

austintayshus on Greta, Now Serving Beats! (Food Fight!)

1 month ago

looks fun!

I might recommend Feasting Troll King could be fun, though the quadruple black is a steep cost. Still, it makes food and is a decent attacker and blocker.

Shelob, Child of Ungoliant is a fun food generator and a big threat, even if you don't have many other spiders.

Tireless Tracker is a good token generator that at worst will draw you some cards.

fuster on Mana flooding is a good thing?!?! (PRIMER)

2 months ago

Profet93, Let's talk about these suggestions, because I have ran most of these cards in the past and just straight up cut them:

Yavimaya Hollow and Yavimaya, Cradle of Growth are definitely cards I've considered for a while, but I can't reasonably justify cutting any other lands for either of them. I don't feel like I really need the fixing that Cradle of Growth provides, and the only card I'd really want to protect with Hollow is my commander, and I already run plenty of counterspells to protect her anyway.

I don't run enough basic lands for the Eldraine castles to ETB untapped consistently, and I can't justify cutting any other utility land for either of them. Deserted Temple and Gaea's Cradle is such a good combo, but the temple doesn't help me much if I don't have Cradle out already, as there's nothing else in the deck it really synergizes with. Plus, that combo feels very win-more.

As far as your non-land suggestions, I have run Abundance, Snapcaster Mage, Splendid Reclaimation, Tireless Tracker, and Courser in this deck in the past and just ended up cutting them all. Abundance just proved to be too expensive at 4CMC, and I cut it for extra ramp because it would either be a dead card in my hand, or I'd cast it and constantly forget its trigger since I have a lot of other triggers going on too.

I cut Snapcaster Mage because I actually have an easier to tutor, more efficient (and repeatable!) way to recur my instants/sorceries in Mystic Sanctuary. In the context of this deck, Mystic Sanctuary is just straight up a better card for that purpose.

I cut Splendid Reclamation for Ancient Greenwarden because Reclaimation is a dead card if my graveyard is either empty or only has 1-2 lands, while Greenwarden adds consistency even if my graveyard is empty by giving me a blocker for fliers, as well as doubling my landfall triggers.

I cut Tireless Tracker pretty early in my deck's development because it was too slow, too easy to remove before I racked up clue tokens, and I almost never had the spare mana to crack clue tokens anyway.

I went with Dryad over Courser just because the extra land drop is just that valuable to me, and I prefer it over playing lands from the top and gaining life, both of which I can already do with other cards anyway. It being easier to cast and allowing my fetches and colorless utility lands to tap for any color I want is just icing on the cake.

I've never considered using Horn of Greed not just because it's symmetrical, but also because I have no other cards or synergies that can make Horn's effect one-sided aside from Narset.

Realistically the only card I actually do want to try out from your suggestions is Finale of Devastation, and even then, I'm not sure what to cut for it. Craterhoof would be the obvious choice, but it would cost an extra 4 mana if I want to close out a game Craterhoof style using this card.

Profet93 on Mana flooding is a good thing?!?! (PRIMER)

2 months ago

fuster +1 It's hard to provide meaningful suggestions to a deck so tuned but I'll do my best.

Yavimaya Hollow - Protection

Maybe Yavimaya, Cradle of Growth - Or do you not need colorfixing/helping opponents?

Castle Garenbrig - Ramp, or is it considered a tap land?

Castle Vantress - Scry, or is it considered a tap land?

Deserted Temple - Untap cradle

Swap half your basic for snow-covered to more easily trigger field of the dead

Maybe Abundance - Synergy with sylvan library and a decent filter.

Snapcaster Mage - Recursion

Maybe Splendid Reclamation - Although you might not have enough land saccing to justify it's cost/too narrow. Works well with scapeshift and all your fetchlands.

Finale of Devastation - Tutor/alt wincon, especially with avenger and cradle.

Horn of Greed - Or is it too symmetrical?

Tireless Tracker - Or is it too slow/not needed given you draw enough?

Courser of Kruphix > Dryad of the Ilysian Grove ? - Can you explain your thought process behind Dryad > Courser? On the one hand, dryad doesn't reveal your draws, provides an additional land drop and is slightly easier to cast. I don't see any significant benefit to it's other ability. On the other hand, Courser gains you additional life (while not needed), is harder to cast but allows you to cast from the top of your library. It does reveal your cards so perhaps that's the reason? I just assume when I'm against the blue player they always have a counterspell. Been thinking of swapping out Dryad for Courser in my azusa list.

nbarry223 on Viga-BOOM! (MH3 updates)

4 months ago

New Tireless Tracker artwork I actually like, but it is up-shifted to mythic...

Kellan, inquisative prodigy Trostani, three whispers Branch of vitu-ghazi also look to be maybe promising. There's actually a surprising amount of interesting lands spoiled already.

nbarry223 on Viga-BOOM! (MH3 updates)

6 months ago

Echoing Deeps and Sentinel of the Nameless City look like the main cards I’ll be play-testing from the new set so far.

Not sure if I need the graveyard copy land, but it’s ability to be an untapped mana source definitely makes it worth trying. The 3/4 that can grow itself makes me think of Tireless Tracker, so that’s definitely the one I am most excited about.

Both are worth testing, but I see the creature having more value in my iteration of the deck anyway, but not completely sure if either makes the cut.

Crow_Umbra on Smeagol will guide you | **Primer v2.0**

8 months ago

Hi there, thank you for reaching out. I hope my suggestions will be helpful, but here are some things I noticed when I took a look at your deck:

If you haven't already, I would recommend checking out EDHREC's page on Smeagol, Helpful Guide, here are the pages for a Sacrifice themed deck and a more Landfall focused deck. These pages can give you an idea of which effects overlap between the two strats, and what might be within your budget.

I hope these suggestions were helpful.

DarkKiridon on Clue Tracker

8 months ago

Replaced Evolving Wilds with Fabled Passage. It's a double trigger for Tireless Tracker FYI.

nbarry223 on Viga-BOOM! (MH3 updates)

10 months ago

I actually like only running 3 grazers. It’s a great card, but drawing into it always feels bad, and I’d much prefer something like Explore. I only regret trimming it against the other monkey.

Initially, I swapped it for an Elvish Reclaimer because he’s super versatile and does almost the same thing. As long as my extra land cards remain at a high enough total, it is all a matter of preference and/or meta calls, since they all have their respective pros and cons.

I’ve actually come to really like Phyrexian Metamorph in here, although that was definitely my 5th choice. It is so good in the scam matchup, being castable through Blood Moon and able to clear a Fury while becoming its own threat. It is also great against Archon of Cruelty which can be another issue for the deck.

Even against decks without those trouble cards, it allows for some nice tempo plays as an early threat alongside Tireless Tracker when we switch up our gameplan.

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