Yavimaya Coast

Yavimaya Coast

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: Gain or . Yavimaya Coast deals 1 damage to you.

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Set Rarity
Commander 2020 (C20) Rare
Commander 2019 (C19) Rare
Magic Origins (ORI) Rare
Magic 2015 (M15) Rare
Tenth Edition (10E) Rare
Ninth Edition (9ED) Rare
Ninth Edition Foreign Black Border (9EDFBB) Rare
Apocalypse (APC) Rare

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Legality

Format Legality
Block Constructed Legal
Frontier Legal
Pioneer Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Highlander Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Modern Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Unformat Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Noble Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Leviathan Legal

Yavimaya Coast occurrence in decks from the last year

Modern:

All decks: 0.07%

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.09%

GU (Simic): 1.8%

RUG (Temur): 2.54%

GWU (Bant): 1.08%

BUG (Sultai): 0.82%

Yavimaya Coast Discussion

TriusMalarky on Returning players - where to ...

1 day ago

Since you're just playing with friends, you get the leeway of not needing to spend tons of money acquiring decent cards. That means that, overall, you can get a lot more bang for your buck.

I'll be giving you my personal preferences for a casual player who may or may not ever get into slightly more competitive play, AKA FNM.

  • 1) There are bulk boxes available for $15-20 of a thousand or two assorted cards. Keep in mind a lot of the cards might not be legal in Modern, but they do tend to be acquired from mostly newer sets(from the two I bought, ~70% of the contents were standard legal at the time of purchase). I recommend one of those to just about everyone who's getting into the game. They might not end up giving you tons of great value, but it's solid card fodder to help you learn and explore more archetypes and strategies.

I also recommend picking up cheap staples by the playset. The following are a bunch of cards you can probably get for $2 or less apiece, in many cases for the whole 4 copies.

That's mostly just a pile of suggestions, though. The lands will be absolutely necessary for any multicolor deck you build, although wait a month or three to get the Thriving lands because those currently have an immensely low supply and will be reprinted shortly.

TriusMalarky on Primal Permutations

2 weeks ago

First, needs more 1 drops. I recommend going heavy into the 'ramp a stompy thing out t2' with a playset of Birds of Paradise. Not only ramps and fixes your mana very well, it also has flying and is therefore great to mutate onto.

Second, your manabase sucks. Zagoth Triome is mediocre at best. In Modern, you absolutely cannot be playing taplands anymore. It's too fast unless you're playing a more traditional control deck. Fortunately, there's a couple real cheap cards that will dig you out of this hole: Llanowar Wastes and Yavimaya Coast. $1-2 each, they should be a playset unless you're going with a higher quality manabase. Cut at least one Island and at least one Swamp to add these. There are also other better lands, but those should hold you over. You really should cut Triomes, though, and include either Fastlands(Botanical Sanctum and Blooming Marsh) or Checklands(Hinterland Harbor and Woodland Cemetery). Green t1 is going to be part of your gameplan.

Third, Parcelbeast and Migratory Greathorn are your absolute best t2 plays. Use them to start ramping, because in the end it's the mana you'll need.

Fourth, cut your enchantments and artifacts(except maybe Ozolith) for Sea-Dasher Octopus. Card draw is great, 2-mana mutate is great, it's all-around great.

Fifth, maybe try out Trumpeting Gnarr. Pretty fun card.

All-in-all, just needs an actual manabase and some curve tweaks, but the core of the deck looks at least functional(not super familiar with the modern meta atm, so I'm unsure if it'll actually do well). I like the idea of a lategame Starrix acting as a sort of Genesis Hydra. Going t1 Birds into t2 Greathorn, ramping into a t3 Gnarr and an easy t4 Starrix or Dirge Bat should be game over.

Oh, I forgot -- Starrix is good enough that you should go 4x. Archetype sucks.

Also, cut a couple cards for removal. While Starrix doesn't necessarily hit it, it skips it. Seriously, you can have any number of nonpermanent cards in your deck and it won't hurt starrix one bit. Most of our non-ramp non-land cards are large enough that hitting a handful of them should be worth it.

Sorry for long post, but I got exited over Starrix for a second. It's totally reasonable to play it t4 and get 3+ permanents off it. At least one of those should be a decent sized creature. Then, you'll likely have a couple extra cards in hand and mutating starrix a second time for 4+ permanents is back breaking for any strategy. You just need to make sure you have Parcelbeasts and Octopuses going so that you can keep your hand full -- because you'll have all the mana at that point.

shmamby.tandenbaum on Just dump it in the SINK

3 weeks ago

I'd recommend adding at least one board wipe, obvi Cyclonic Rift is the best in these colors, but there are plenty of good options if you're not trying to spend all that money. Flood of Tears, Evacuation, Aether Gale, or AEtherize if you're in a meta with someone who likes to attack.

Beyond that I would just recommend adding dual lands to smooth things out. I playtested a bit, and I found myself struggling with having the right colors of mana with just basics. I'd start with adding Sulfur Falls, Hinterland Harbor and Rootbound Crag given the number of basics you're running. I'd also recommend the Pain lands Shivan Reef, Yavimaya Coast, and Karplusan Forest. Fabled Passage would also be good as the price has dropped as of this comment (though is still a little pricey), and maybe test adding Evolving Wilds and Terramorphic Expanse.

The_Fallen_Duke on Eternal Dominion/Villainous Wealth/Torment of Hail

3 weeks ago

Fetch-lands are surely overpriced, but basic lands are almost for free, so I would not refrain to run a couple, especially islands and forests: they are not commonly played cards, but a Back to Basics or a Blood Moon would completely shut down your deck with no chance for recovery. A couple of pain-lands (e.g. Shivan Reef, Yavimaya Coast, etc.) could be considered, as they are quite cheap and do not enter the battlefield tapped.

multimedia on Otrimi's Toolbox

4 weeks ago

Hey, nice upgrades for the precon.

There's several cards that are in the sideboard that are better than cards in the main deck specifically the hexproof creatures. Mutate is very problematic in multiplayer Commander because there's at least three other players who can have removal for the mutate creature. If you're not mutating a hexproof creature then removal options from three or more different players is too much of a problem. Mutating turn four like what you want to do is too risky if you're not mutating a hexproof creature.

The combination of hexproof and regenerate is very good with mutate. Protection from first being able to mutate, then after from targeted removal, then also from most board wipes and combat. Constable, Needle and Selkie are powerful if they connect with an opponent when mutated, but using them as the creature to mutate too for turn four is risky without also having protection.

Some changes to consider:

Good luck with your deck.

multimedia on Otrimi Sultai Mutato Potato

1 month ago

Hey, nice budget upgrade of the precon.

You should avoid the mentality of thinking the manabase will come later. Sure, more expensive land upgrades could come later, but you still want to configure the manabase to reflect the rest of your deck. That's not something you can leave for later. The manabase is one of the worst parts of the precon and you haven't changed it to reflect the upgrades you've made.

The upgrades you've made are good, but they don't help much if you don't also change the precon manabase. Predator Ooze while a good card with Otrimi is not worth playing so many Forests. That's the reason for the high number of Forests compared to all other basic lands in the precon to satisfy one card which is not good deck building by Wizards. Ooze is the only card in the precon and in your upgrades therefore it's not worth hurting your ability to cast Otrimi who needs to cast turn four or sooner.

Priority should be to able to cast Otrimi since he's the Commander who can do Commander damage with and that's your best chance of winning. There's many other creatures than Ooze that have much easier mana costs to mutate too. I would cut Ooze until you can consistently cast it while also being able to consistently cast Otrimi. 11x Forest does not give you consistency of casting Otrimi which is more important than casting Ooze. Nightveil Predator is also not worth it while it may be a good creature to mutate too the casting cost is not realistic with the manabase.

You want a close to equal ratio of each color which comes from basic lands and from dual lands. Until you can upgrade the manabase with more expensive dual lands then use a closer to equal amount of basic lands. More Forests then the rest is fine since a Forest helps to cast early game mana dorks and land ramp spells which can then help to color fix for blue and black, but 11x Forest is way too much. Adding a Farseek and Zagoth Triome, Farseek can search for a Triome, would help with ramp and color fixing in one.


Some budget lands to consider adding:

Jarad's Orders lets you tutor for two creatures; put one into your hand and the other into your graveyard. It can tutor for a creature to mutate to and put a mutate creature into your graveyard to recur with Otrimi. Final Parting also does this except the two cards you get can be any cards. Neoform is sac a creature you control to tutor for a creature with one more CMC and put that creature onto the battlefield. It's powerful for a two drop and less than $1. Of course you don't want to sac a mutate creature because then all the creatures are put into your graveyard, but sacing a creature to upgrade the creature before you mutate could be a strong play.

Vivien, Champion of the Wilds lets you mutate at instant speed with flash. With vigilance she also makes the mutated creature able to attack and then also block on opponents turns. Her last ability can be repeatable way to potentially find a creature to cast. She interacts well with Vivien, Monsters' Advocate who've you've added since then you can cast the creature cards you see on top of your library at instant speed.

Crystal Shard is another repeatable bounce effect for the mutated creature. Having more of this effect is helpful to save the entire mutate pile from removal especially removal that exiles or lets you change the first creature that's mutated.

Good luck with your deck.

multimedia on Lernaea's children

1 month ago

Hey, the manabase could use some improvements. You have Bayou, Tropical, Cavern and the Filter lands which are all great. Why also 18x basic lands? Consider more dual lands?

The least expensive Fetch lands: Windswept, Bloodstained and Strand can search for one of Bayou, Tropical, Zagoth or a Shock land: Overgrown, Watery, Pool. This color fixing from Fetch lands as well as more Rainbow lands especially Command Tower can help your deck.

multimedia on Tuvasa Enchantments

1 month ago

Hey, nice budget version of Tuvasa.

Just about the entire budget here is for five cards: Enlightened, Rector, Copy, Karmic and Dryad. If budget is a concern I think you could cut Copy and Karmic of these to clear some price to upgrade the manabase. Low mana cost auras that can give Tuvasa evasion are important otherwise without evasion she's a huge creature who can just be blocked by a token. Rancor is very good, but consider adding the trifecta of budget hybrid Bant colored cost auras? Because Tuvasa is three colors then these auras give her +2/+2 pump as well two other abilities which is good for their mana costs.

Budget cards to consider adding:


Cards to consider cutting:

  • Azorius Guildgate
  • Selesnya Guildgate
  • Simic Guildgate
  • Blossoming Sands
  • Thornwood Falls
  • Tranquil Cove
  • 3x Forest
  • 1x Island
  • Elderwood Scion
  • Mana Bloom
  • Dictate of Kruphix
  • Omen of the Hunt
  • Ashiok's Erasure

Good luck with your deck.

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