Please consider subscribing to a premium account, which provides useful features and removes ads. View More Details
Type: Deck Idea
Variant Tag: conConstructed
Format: Modern (More Info)
Approx. Value:
$75.80

0 Likes 0 Comments
Mana Curve
Card Color Breakdown
Card Type Breakdown

Main Deck - 60 cards, 28 distinct
Columns
Name  Edition Price Type Cost
Rarity Color
Creature (25)
1 Cloudblazer
$0.24 Creature - Human Scout
4 Felidar Guardian
$0.72 Creature - Cat Beast
2 Filigree Familiar
$0.24 Artifact Creature - Fox
4 Glint-Nest Crane
$0.25 Creature - Bird
1 Noxious Gearhulk
$3.67 Artifact Creature - Construct
1 Pilgrim's Eye
$0.24 Artifact Creature - Thopter
4 Rogue Refiner
$0.23 Creature - Human Rogue
4 Servant of the Conduit
$0.29 Creature - Elf Druid
1 Verdurous Gearhulk
$1.12 Artifact Creature - Construct
3 Whirler Virtuoso
$0.22 Creature - Vedalken Artificer
Sorcery (2)
2 Eldritch Evolution
$4.88 Sorcery
Artifact (9)
1 Gonti's Aether Heart
$0.64 Legendary Artifact
4 Panharmonicon
$7.46 Artifact
4 Prophetic Prism
$0.18 Artifact
Land (24)
4 Aether Hub
$0.30 Land
2 Botanical Sanctum
$3.64 Land
4 Evolving Wilds
$0.21 Land
1 Forest
$0.22 Basic Land - Forest
1 Hissing Quagmire
$1.74 Land
3 Holdout Settlement
$0.21 Land
1 Island
$0.22 Basic Land - Island
2 Lumbering Falls
$0.56 Land
1 Mountain
$0.22 Basic Land - Mountain
1 Needle Spires
$0.89 Land
1 Plains
$0.22 Basic Land - Plains
1 Shambling Vent
$1.44 Land
1 Swamp
$0.22 Basic Land - Swamp
1 Wandering Fumarole
$1.12 Land
Sideboard - 15 cards, 6 distinct
Name  Edition Price Type Cost
Rarity Color
Instant (11)
2 Appetite for the Unnatural
$0.18 Instant
2 Ceremonious Rejection
$0.74 Instant
4 Harnessed Lightning
$0.33 Instant
1 Natural State
$0.21 Instant
2 Negate
$0.21 Instant
Sorcery (4)
4 Radiant Flames
$0.33 Sorcery
Scratchpad - 0 cards, 0 distinct
Cards in the scratchpad represent cards that you are considering for this deck, but are not actually in the built deck. They do not count towards the in built decks count shown in your inventory. If you are using the Auto Trade feature, they will be still be marked for trade although cards in your main deck and sideboard will not.
No cards here. :(

Notes
 
https://www.mtggoldfish.com/articles/aether-revolt-budget-magic-updates

The biggest question about Five-Color Panharmonicon is what the deck could do to replace Reflector Mage, and my answer is to just overload the deck with value and infinite combos. Felidar Guardian is absurd in the deck, not only blinking creatures for value but also letting us go infinite with cards and mana if we get two copies on the battlefield along with a Panharmonicon, by using one trigger to blink the other Felidar Guardian and the other to blink something that draw us a card (like Rogue Refiner, Cloudblazer, or Prophetic Prism) or a land.

We also get the Whirler Virtuoso / Gonti's Aether Heart combo that we talked about while discussing the Reckless Panharmonicon upgrades—a combo that gives us an infinite number of 1/1 flying Thopter tokens, assuming we get the cards on the battlefield alongside a Panharmonicon.

Otherwise, Rogue Refiner gives us a solid three-drop to replace Reflector Mage. While it isn't as good on defense, it does help us keep cycling through our deck to find our infinite combos, and it generates some additional energy, which helps power up our Whirler Virtuoso or even Servant of the Conduit!

As for cuts, apart from the banned Reflector Mage, we mostly just streamline the deck a bit, cutting back on some of the worst Gearhulks and trimming the number of Filigree Familiars. All in all, I'm super exited for this build of Five-Color Panharmonicon. While Reflector Mage is a major loss, in some ways, this build is even better than the old build. One of the problems with the original build is that it wasn't that good at closing out the game; now, we have multiple ways to slam the door shut in a single turn with an infinite combo, which means no more long drawn-out matches where we sometimes even deck ourselves if our opponent has a lot of removal and sweepers.
Comments
Log in to comment
Please consider subscribing to a premium account, which provides useful features and removes ads. View More Details