With Unwinding Clock on your side, your creatures are always vigilant and ready to block, and any artifacts with tap abilities are ready to tap once again. That’s right, Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer is up to make some Myr! Let’s find out! Trading Post is in 35% of Brudiclad decks and already shows on their page!” This is true, but look on Trading Post‘s EDHREC page; Brudiclad doesn’t show up as a popular commander for this card, and I think that’s wrong. This is a card that’s rarely anywhere but in trade binders, but it should see play more often. If you aren't heavy on these kinds of effects then I would say it doesn't serve much purpose. What other commanders can you find shopping at this Trading Post, though? Brudiclad is a 4/4 for six mana that gives your creature tokens haste. Unwinding clock only works during the untap step. Unwinding Clock; Magic cards for sale. Or is [[Paradox Engine]] preferable in such a situation? Where other token engines such as Nuisance Engine only make tokens, Trading Post offers extra modes of interaction. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Thank you as always for your support for the series! Feldon of the Third Path can capitalize on the discard by making an artifact copy of any creature you toss into the bin, and sacrificing the token to the Post before the end step to get other important artifacts back from your graveyard, or to draw cards! Please share your thoughts in the comments below, and as always, have a great day! EDHREC relies on ads to pay server costs and fund new features. I hope that you all enjoyed reading this as much as I did writing it! Welcome back to The Toolbox! Elijah is a mildly obsessive EDH player from Georgia. Does it work giving you more mana on opponents turns or is it just not good enough without having an artifact theme? Blue and red offer things like Thopter Spy Network and Scrap Mastery, whereas green has some more limited options. See cards from the most recent sets and discover what players just like you are saying about them. Unwinding Clock untaps them during other players' untap steps so it works just fine Any "mana rocks" you have, such as Commander's Sphere or the Signets, will also be ready to provide you some mana. It’s no secret that mono-black can play a long game and generate an obscene amount of mana, so being able to sacrifice Treasure tokens from King Macar, the Gold-Cursed can be invaluable. I have not yet had an occasion to test it myself, but it sounds interesting to me. What underrated cards do you think others should have in their toolbox? As long as that card is exiled, you may cast it with mana of any color! Plus, once you build a huge board and your hand is running low, you can just sacrifice some of the extra artifacts to draw cards. If you agree, great, take a look at the decklist anyway! Do you think these commanders are good picks to pair with the Post? Maybe Blightsteel Colossus and/or perhaps The Antiquities War to compliment Tezzeret the Seeker. I think you can see where I’m going with this. Trading Post offers a lot of options to its patrons, and each benefit provides you with the cost for another option: you can discard a card to gain four life, you can pay one life to make a 0/1 Goat token, you can sacrifice a creature to return an artifact from your graveyard to your hand, or you can sacrifice an artifact to draw a card! What other crazy combos and interactions are available? You get it already, sacrificing artifact creature tokens to recur artifacts or to draw cards is always a good thing. Karn, Silver Golem - (G) (SF) (MC) (ER)Magistrate's Scepter - (G) (SF) (MC) (ER)Null Brooch - (G) (SF) (MC) (ER)Ring of Three Wishes - (G) (SF) (MC) (ER)Planar Bridge - (G) (SF) (MC) (ER)Grim Monolith - (G) (SF) (MC) (ER)Mana Vault - (G) (SF) (MC) (ER)Basalt Monolith - (G) (SF) (MC) (ER)[[cardname]] or [[cardname|SET]] to call, Unwinding Clock - (G) (SF) (MC) (ER)Paradox Engine - (G) (SF) (MC) (ER)[[cardname]] or [[cardname|SET]] to call - Updated images, Not exactly your question, but I’ve had great success with [[seedborn muse]] in my Rashmi Control, Unfortunately, unless you have an abundance of other artifact synergies ([[mycosynth lattice]] comes to mind) paying 4 mana sorcery speed wont provide you with a better benefit than simply running an additional rock and playing more instant speed effects, seedborn muse - (G) (SF) (MC) (ER)mycosynth lattice - (G) (SF) (MC) (ER)[[cardname]] or [[cardname|SET]] to call, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Press J to jump to the feed. 9 Arcbound Ravager Since you’re in mono-black, you can also discard cards like Sheoldred, Whispering One to Reanimate her. 35% is great, but I think that’s not a high enough percentage, considering all the wonderful stuff this card enables for the token-copier. There’s no denying that Rishkar’s Expertise is a great card draw spell, or that Regrowth is great at recurring a card, but they are one-time use. In that same vein of thinking All Is Dust could be handy as well. Today we are taking a look at Trading Post! Brudiclad makes creature tokens that are also artifacts, so why would this deck want Trading Post? If you disagree, just take a look at the decklist for yourself! Same thing. Stasis says no one has an untap step. Now, I’m sure someone has taken a look at the EDHREC page for Brudiclad and is thinking, “But Elijah! Because synergy! That is, Servos and Constructs. Elijah is currently a full time student looking to go into Computer Engineering but also has a bit of an artistic streak. While Trading Post acted as more of an engine for Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer by making Goats, and the sacrificing ability was more of a backup, for Oviya, the opposite is true, and the recursion and card draw are much more impactful. On the subject of recursion, Trading Post can retrieve many important artifacts for mono-black, from a sacrificed Mind Stone or Nevinyrral’s Disk to that Whip of Erebos one of your opponents destroyed.