☥ Welcome to the Machine ☥ ~~~~~ Mishra, Artificer Prodigy is an incredibly unique commander with an ability that will confuse, befuddle, and amaze your opponents.. Mishra reads: "Whenever you cast an artifact spell, you may search your graveyard, hand, and/or library for a card with the same name as that spell and put it onto the battlefield. Gonti, Lord of Luxury - I honestly ran this card once upon a time. It only costs one less to come into play which is negligible. Muse Vessel - More timing restrictive than Ornate Kanzashi, in regard to its first ability plus requiring to do so. DMCA requests | As a quick side note, to prevent comments on the topic, while Nether Void and similar effects counter our artifacts (Which can be returned to us by Mishra's ability and providing us with a form of "un-counterable" artifacts) this relies on the fact that Mishra triggers after the artifact has been countered and sent to grave or library. Totem allows Mishra to either trigger and net an artifact, usually something common across EDH decks i.e. This ability to provide multiple usage within the deck makes up for its higher cost when compared to Praetor's Grasp. Should an opponent wait for Mishra to trigger first and resolve, they can counter our artifact spell as it has no real protection now. : Add to your mana pool. Darksteel Citadel is Ancient Tomb or Mishra's Workshop or sometimes even better(and it's indestructible) when used with Affinity(Frogmite and friends), gives one or more of your creatures +1/+0(Cranial Plating, is a 5/5 indestructible(Ensoul Artifact), can be sacrificed to give any of your artifact creatures a +1/+1 counter(Arcbound Ravager), fixes your mana(Glimmervoid and Spire of Industry), all at once. This annoying message will go away once you do. by Uraziel, LOOPY LOOPS What deck are you gonna get it for? Artifact Copied to clipboard. Goblin Artisans - The humble origins of this deck, Goblin Artisans inspired me to make a Mishra deck that could work. It might seem crazy, but prepare yourself for some bullshit. Most of these decks don't even use a full playset of Golos, 1 or 2 at the most. by Mortaal, GG Boiz, get smackt! that allow for more interaction with the other players at the table. While one artifact may still be at random, the value here creates an asymmterical board state for our advantage. by Izzy-. Magic the Gathering, FNM is TM and copyright Wizards of the Coast, Inc, a subsidiary of Hasbro, Inc. All rights reserved. This site is unaffiliated. Affinity Planar Chaos - Draws quick hatred from opponents much like Nether Void with the downside of not always countering their spells, and the potential to destroy itself on my upkeeps. Looks good! Commander / EDH* While it serves to remove cards from my opponents it requires a lot of mana to really help, + the mana required to cast the spell removed adds up quickly. The only format with real demand for Golos at the moment is Commander, in which a single copy of Golos will probably do the trick. Possibility Storm - Usually the all-star of the deck, Storm creates some chaos for other players to serve as disruption, while allowing Mishra to gain two artifacts. Terms of Use | Unfortunately for me, I grew tired of spending a slot to have a goblin that only SOMETIMES countered ONLY MY OWN ARTIFACT SPELLS. what I have right now for generating 11 T1 is: Mishra's Workshop, Grim Monolith, Lion's Eye Diamond, Mana Crypt, Mana Vault, Manifold Key. Sol Ring or exile a pesky card i.e Merciless Eviction. That's how I'd sum it all up. Hostage Taker - This is just a fun card by itself providing removal. Mishra's Workshop, Tinker, and Goblin Welder immediately comes to mind. Multiplayer Help | play the Workshop, tap for three and cast the Monolith and Vault. Second, the demand is actually lower than you would anticipate too. This site is unaffiliated. 2711.03 - 9499.99 Under fantastic conditions this and Mycosynth Lattice are a match made in heaven allowing for a Confiscate-like effect. Mishra's Workshop. This site © 2020 TappedOut.net, LLC Articles and comments are user-submitted and do not represent official endorsements of this site. Ornate Kanzashi - Not exactly sold on this card. I think interest in him will continue to rise as we see more big/flashy spell effects, and we get more land printings with abilities. That's not counting Krark-Clan Ironworks and Mox Opal which are banned in Modern, and everything in Legacy and Vintage that I don't know about because I don't pay attention. While one artifact may still be at random, the value here creates an asymmterical board state for our advantage. Articles and comments are user-submitted and do not represent official endorsements of this site. The reason is still gameplay related. It's always interesting to see what people's one deck that they throw their love and money into. Ultimately there wasn't enough room for both it and Grinning Totem and I decided for the artifact version if I could only have one. Privacy statement | Below you can find my reasoning for what made the cut or didn't. Well, go to twelve. Nether Void creates an asymterical board state that hinders opponents while letting the deck run almost as smoothly as it was without it in play. Potentially if I had a means to repeat his EtB effect he could make an appearance back in this deck. However giving my opponents the weapon to counter my non-artifact spells makes it a hard sell. That said, as the deck has recursion for artifacts the concern is there but mainly negligible. Real quick to provide an example of how he works, we cast an artifact and with the proper board have two triggers to consider. I made a relatively similar deck with Kinnan, Bonder Prodigy as commander. Tap Monolith/Vault floating three more, going to four, and use one to activate Key untapping Monolith/Vault. Here it gains the bonus of allowing a Mishra trigger under average conditions. That's just them giving a flavor reason. Golos hasn't and doesn't see play in Modern, but funnily enough it does actually get slotted into workshop decks for Vintage as a way to find the all important The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale for board lockdown, or a Mishra's Workshop to get ahead on the prison/stax components, or even a Mishra's Factory to further beatdown pressure. If you're not interested in sharing, no biggie and I hope to hear from you right away! DMCA requests | Privacy statement | As mentioned there's a small handful of cards that allow for some gimmicky interactions with him. UBR (Grixis). Nether Void, Possibility Storm, etc. Too many ifs ands or buts to find a slot for it.