In a typical 60-card deck, you’ll want to play around 24 lands. Of course, the number of lands that you’ll have in your commander deck will depend on how many colors are in it and how expensive your cards are. But as a general rule of thumb, if you’re playing three colors or less, then 20 is about right with an average cost per card lower than $1. If you’re playing four colors or more, then I recommend 25-30 lands to avoid mana issues.
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Blog post content: then I recommend 25-30 lands to avoid mana issues.
This is a long form blog post that has been cut down into sections. The tone and style is written as if the author was hand writing this article with pen and paper. It starts off with an introduction paragraph explaining what the article will be about, then goes into three paragraphs describing different topics related to developing morning routines which ties together later in the article. It ends with a conclusion paragraph describing how this is important to life and what you should take away from it all.
Introduction: Morning routines are something I’ve been thinking about for awhile now, but never really followed through on anything specific enough that would be considered a morning routine until very recently when my girlfriend told me she had read up on developing one specifically for writers. Not long after reading about this idea, I decided to make some changes in an attempt at following her advice and see if there was any noticeable improvement in not only how productive or creative I am during the day, but also how well rested I am at night. The whole process of changing everything has taken just over two weeks so far- still early yet too see if anything sticks.
This morning routine has been framed by the idea of becoming more productive and creative during the day, as well as improving how rested I am at night.
The whole process of changing everything has taken just over two weeks so far—still early yet too see if anything sticks.
One thing that was given a lot of praise in this particular article is writing 500 words first thing in the morning before doing any other work or checking social media or emails etcetera (which usually happens). It’s hard to do because it does take time out from your day, but I feel like when you have something written down on paper already for an hour then you can move onto other things with less mental resistance which is good because it’s also been shown that the more you do something without resistance, the easier and better.
I’m not a morning person myself but this has so far helped me feel much less overwhelmed when starting my day which is what I really needed on days where there are too many things to get done in one day or if I have lots of ideas for blogs posts etcetera.
For now though my plan is just to keep doing these different bits every few weeks until something sticks—if anything does at all! At least they’re small changes?
It could be worth noting (though it isn’t necessary) that changing your routine from being unproductive first thing in the morning to productive could take some time as well.
It’s not easy to make something ingrained in your routine just because it sounds good on paper. We’re creatures of habit, after all! I want this blog post about how many lands you should play in a commander deck to be as helpful and insightful for others so that they can learn from my mistakes (or successes) but the reality is that there will always be certain things we needlessly do or are too afraid to try even if those routines aren’t serving us well.
How Many Lands Should You Play In A Commander Deck?
I’ve been playing MTG: Commander since around Beta and have experimented with different numbers of lands over time. At first I would run 40/80 then 60/120 which was the norm for a while. I was under the impression that more lands gave you an advantage by always having access to your mana in any situation but then the format changed and we were able to run cards like Mana Reflection which reduced how many times we needed to draw land from our deck.
In general, running about 60% of your commander deck as lands is enough though there are some exceptions when it comes to control decks where this number may be lower or higher depending on what they’re trying to do with their specific strategy but let’s save those discussions for another day! Today, I want talk specifically about how “too much” can actually hurt your game.
So back when I first started playing Commander, 40/80 was the norm. That seemed like a good ratio to me because I got enough cards while still being able to put some mana production in my deck.
But then we started playing with Mana Reflection and other similar effects that allowed us to reduce how many lands were needed in our decks, so players could run what felt was “too few” or even none at all!
It wasn’t until recently when I discovered this one card called The Gitrog Monster that it finally clicked: you should not play too many lands in your Commander deck!