- Add one colorless mana.
- Tap any land for the cost of 1 mana.
While most basic lands will provide one colored mana per tap, this land only produces one colorless mana. But it also serves a dual purpose: to deny your opponent the use of mana. It’s especially useful in a non-blue deck going up against a blue or or black deck that makes heavy use of instants. Paranoid that your opponent might have a counterspell up his sleeve with the 2 spare untapped islands? Tap one of his islands to be sure your plans won’t be derailed! Want to use 2 giant growths on your war elephant to make it an 8/8 trample but you’re afraid he’s gonna use his last 2 untapped swamps for a Terror? Tap one of them to insure against such catastrophe!
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If you’re playing a Blue-Green Elf deck, play Rising Waters which prevents players from untapping any lands except a single one. You’ll need Rishadan Port and some mana-producing elves, say, Llanowar Elves. Untap your Port every turn and whenever your opponent untaps a land, use your Port to tap it back. Pay the 1 mana using any of your mana Elves.
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