Wizards of the Coast, Magic: The Gathering, and their logos are trademarks of Wizards of the Coast LLC. Please enable JavaScript to get the best experience from this site. Scapeshift is the "i win right now", primetime is the slower synergy plan with valakut. Make no mistake though that cards like Primeval Titan RUG (Temur) Very useful card for a lot of situations. you cast Scapeshift, sacrifice all your lands, Due to the sheer amount of ramp in Scapewish, this can start happening as early as turn 3. I Agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. were in standard, I fell in love with this combination and have been a big fan of it ever since. In this case, at some point (provided you have the minimum number of different lands in play) you can make a 2/2 Zombie every turn. When you have multiple 6 triggers per Valakut of 3 damage each to target creature or player. and possibly a few silver bullets in cards like Massacre or Slaughter Games. While the deck typically runs Collector Ouphe The variant was pioneered by Sam Castrucci who has been running Scapeshift in Legacy since at least 2012 for some Mountains and a Valakut, the Molten Pinnacle or two. Finally, a dedicated RG titanshift thread! Scapeshift will, rather obviously, end the game on the spot, while Prime Time can search out multiple Valakuts to provide double or … Cards like Sakura-Tribe Elder which functions as a blocker and ramp are particularly good in Scapewish. Sort of a weird take on tempo twin. Practice definitely makes perfect with this variant. Titan gives the deck another way to play Valakuts without blue to dig for Scapeshift. Valakut’s ability triggers when 1) Valakut is in play, 2) any Mountain just came into play and 3) you control five or more other Mountains. You have 6 Mountains and two Valakuts enter play. The lands all enter at the same time as part of the Scapeshift resolution. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. If you have never played or encountered a scapeshift deck, then you are in for a treat, unless you hate combo, then you're going to be bored or not care. and it turns every land in the deck into a Mountain for Valakut. If you don’t play Modern, this is a pretty common question. That will take time and a lot of money, so as I find better deals for them, I will complete them. This will allow you to deal a total of 84 points of damage (4 Valakuts x 7 triggers each x 3 damage per trigger). in case they have Assassin’s Trophy. . Highlighting the Pauper format where only Commons are allowed. so we can dig for right win con for the win. It still needs to find a Nature's Claim to actually win, but that should be easy after a big Commune with Lava. I think it qualifies as a distinct enough deck from its most similar counterparts (Temur Scapeshift and RG Breach Trap) to merit its own thread. Snapcaster Mage The “Wish” part of the name comes from Burning Wish Not as it is defined by appearance, but by performance, its capacities to do work and create change. is to Burning Wish for something like Slaughter Games. Use the options below to exercise this right, and please review our privacy policy for complete information on how your data is used and stored. Explore When the trigger event occurs, the ability checks whether the stated condition is true. The commune with lava-explore synergy is sweet though. decks that can use any card starting from 2003) dedicate themselves to it. the deck isn’t quite as strong there. Magic the Gathering, FNM is TM and copyright Wizards of the Coast, Inc, a subsidiary of Hasbro, Inc. All rights reserved. This rule is referred to as the "intervening 'if' … Say you sacrifice 8 lands. you’re left with 5 Mountains and fizzled Valakut triggers. I think Repeal and Electrolyze are both valid maindeck options, as they both cantrip and remove stuff (Repeal only does it for a turn, Electrolyze only hits players or kills X/2's or X/1's), and I've occasionally seen them in Scapeshift lists. I feel like destructive revelry is probably a better choice than nature's claim, and that i would want an anger maindeck in place of one of the relics.