18.00 - 29.99  Flip have been absolutely fantastic for me. Ashaya, Soul of the Wild is interesting. Maybe something based around Hour of Promise and deserts? Field of the Dead’s last ability counts itself and the land entering the battlefield in addition to whichever other lands you control. It has saved me in several instances, others it wasn't needed. His idea is boarding in 1 (or more) Field of the Dead.You don't take out valakut or otherwise compromise your game plan to do so. Articles and comments are user-submitted and do not represent official endorsements of this site. by kevindeleon, You might like these: Reckless Fireweaver, Valduk, Keeper of the Flame, Inspiring Statuary, Blinkmoth Urn, Kamahl's Druidic Vow, Genesis Wave, Reshape the Earth, Boundless Realms, Traverse the Outlands, Scapeshift, Mana Seism, World Shaper, Splendid Reclamation, The Mending of Dominaria, Creeping Renaissance, Mina and Denn, Wildborn. You have to play a fair amount of good cards to justify the lost of an "I Win on the Spot" button. by Greecenrome, Muldrotha Lands Scapeshift - I've had my eye on this card for a while for all the reasons mentioned, I want to add this in. Lastly, I am surprised to not see Nissa, Vital Force or Field of the Dead in here. What I like most is the confidence this build exudes, you're very clearly stating "I am going to ramp, you won't be able to stop me, and then I'm going to cast massive spells." Privacy statement | Worldly Tutor - I just recently added Finale and Green Suns which have been more than enough. 17.24 - 30.03 Nature's Claim - Very good card, in this build, I'm allowing my opponents to hurt each other while I ramp. In standard, I liked playing sultai field of the dead with [[yarok, the desecrated]] and [[risen reef]] but I’m not sure if that would be quick enough here. [Sign Up], All original content herein is Copyright 2020 TCGplayer, Inc. TCGplayer.com® is a trademark of TCGplayer, Inc. In casual setting however the lock piece with it is much more concerning. We don’t need no stinking Scapeshift. You are correct, this deck prioritizes big mana over interaction. • Core Set 2020 (M20) #247 • Illustrated by Kev Walker • Magic: The Gathering, MTG I am Curious to see why no MDFC's are included? Valakut Exploration and Ancient Greenwarden have both performed pretty well for me as well. [[golos, tireless pilgrim]] works well in those versions as well. ), Kinda dislike Fall from Favor as it mostly hates on (voltron) combat, Archelos, Lagoon Mystic: you should probably make sure you have a way of tapping him on the turn you cast him so that you don't accidentally supercharge an enemy Scapeshift. Printed in Core Set 2020, Field of the Dead is similar to Valakut, even if it’s a little slow. Field of the Dead and Scapeshift in Pioneer. :). It shall come in the deck soon :). In lower levels, it's a pest. Worldly Tutor - I just recently added Finale and Green Suns which have been more than enough. Wasteland - I've tried not to go the LD route unless I really need to, as such, have avoided adding wasteland. Deck. Hi! The fact it taps for colorless precludes the viability in the BtL variants, that could've had no problems otherwise with the different lands clause. Which you want to tutor anyway because they trigger the land again...2+fetches, 2-3 basics, valakut, 2+ duals, the new land itself. I am a little late to this Zendikar Rising discussion, but I had some thoughts after seeing what was said here and playing with a few of the cards. As such, I see it being more like Flash in that the cEDH community is going to have to prove how backbreaking it truly is before the rules committee will consider a ban. Field of the Dead is just free real-estate (pun intended) that builds up an army quickly. Discord Server | If multiple lands enter the battlefield simultaneously, possibly including Field of the Dead itself, all of those lands are counted. (I can pay for a recast tax and a half, whoop-de-do. Having Amulet of Vigor provides tons of value after Scapeshifting or Nahiri's Lithoforming. For the rest of us, how useful is it really outside of really specific builds (I do kind of wish it only had 2 power...Alesha is slighted again!)? The minimum bar is getting seven lands in play. Add C Whenever Field of the Dead or another land enters the battlefield under your control, if you control seven or more lands with different names, create a 2/2 black Zombie token. For example, if you sacrifice eight lands while resolving Scapeshift and search your library for five different basic land cards, two Field of the Dead cards, and one other land card with a different name, you’ll create sixteen Zombie tokens. Petrified Field - I already run it, it's a great card for the reasons you listed! At first I felt like playing gruul similar to titanshift in modern, but playing 4 shocks, a sweltering sun and a Chandra didnt real feel worth it. Scapeshift is a longtime combo enabler. I have been trying to make Field of the dead decent in Pioneer. This is an awesome primer by the way. Yeah I'm not a fan of the Lotus either, especially since the competitive top/high tier partners are all individually 2-color yet can give the color identity benefits of a 3/4 one. question about scapeshift and flagstones of trokair. Personally, I think like the lotus, people are overreacting, probably because they are looking at it purely from a best-case scenario cEDH perspective. In this case, Valakut would check to see if a Mountain entered the battlefield, and if 5 other Mountains are also in play, for each land that enters play. Could include [[maze’s end]] as well. Then, any application triggers from that effect would be checked. Idk why but cards like Dryad Arbor and Craterhoof never felt right to me in green (blasphemy, I know!). Dryad doesnt make mana the turn it comes down and is susceptible to removal/wipes which are prevalent in the meta. That said, Nature's Claim is (in my humble opinion) one of Green's best spells, and worth consideration here. While I have almost half my deck as lands, I still sometimes have trouble getting lands (crazy no?). How much of Valakut's damage does Intervention Pact stop? Field of the Dead enters the battlefield tapped. Allosaurus Shepherd - Blue isn't a huge issue in the meta, but I have Cavern and Boseju with work as land slots to deal with blue. Really swingy too; it'd be underwhelming to draw it when you've already cast your commander. https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/field-of-shift-bant-ramp/. This is my take on the Scapeshift deck that's dominating Standard. rkjunior, I agree with unwucht. The OP Agent Chaining is my bigger issue, as the card is insanely good, and gets better the more opponents that run it.  Flip for Scute Swarm - Crazy potential, fuel cradle, etc... Cut Snow-Covered Forest for Castle Garenbrig - "Upgrade". Given I'm adding ancient greenwaren with 2 tutors (finale + GSZ), that should remove my need for life from the loam. No, just play karn if you want a different win Con. Format: Standard. Regarding life from the loam, I'm unsure. Some enterprising beatdown mages have cast Scapeshift with Steppe Lynx in play to get a ton of short-term buffs. Windgrace Real Estate Latest Set: Core Set 2020. They both provide excellent additional value and Scapeshifting into an active Valakut Exploration is just amazing. by battle_jelly, Omnath, Locus of Creation Do you have any suggestions regarding the color and cards I should be looking at? Even if you can't protect her, the Regrowth effect is pretty nice. You need to protect your Scapeshift from being countered. Search your library for that many land cards, put them onto the battlefield tapped, then shuffle your library. You could also go 5 color and add all the gates pay off.

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