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The version i'm thinking about has some more lands, 4 dakmor + 4 paradise + 2 "free slots" (It could be petrified field, riftstone portal, wasteland and strip mine...) And 4 Diamonds.

As I said, it's more combo focused, but It has 2 FoV, though It could be 4 (i'm afraid not having enough green cards)

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Brawl it's a minicommander, 60 cards. WotC launched for standard, but I suppose that could be adapted to any format

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In the fatesticher version, LED it's the best card you can draw, apart of bazaar. It lets you dredge from t1, and unearth fatesticher. That's a 95% chance of T1 win. I don't know why you would play any other rock over it.

With London mulligan, I'm thinking in play full set of mox diamond and dakmor savage, in addition to the 4 mana rocks (Lotus, LED, shapphire and petal). Obviously it's even a more combo version, with less interaction.

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@blindtherapy

Because survival has other lines of plays. You don't need that bazaar is 100% of times in your starting hand.

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Well, reanimating It gives you 8 cards...

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New Griselbrand for oath. Each orchard gives you two cards. Misstep too. Lose the crypt flip is not as bad as before. Kills baleful strix...

I don't know if he's better than Griselbrand, but he is bigger.

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@vaughnbros

A turn 3 bazaar, doing nothing in t2, and having to have 2 other lands... I can't see It, sorry...

Maybe in survival, but not in dredge.

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@vaughnbros said in [M20] Elvish Reclaimer:

I will definitely play this in Dredge. Or at least try.

Why? It's very bad in the archetype, specially now, that pitch dredge is the best version.

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For that cost, I prefer Fact or Fiction. I think it's not playable in vintage.