Azusa, Lost but Seeking


Format Legality
Vintage Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Modern Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Set Rarity
Commander's Arsenal Rare
Champions of Kamigawa Rare
Promo Set Rare

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Azusa, Lost but Seeking

Legendary Creature — Human Monk

You may play two additional lands on each of your turns.

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Azusa, Lost but Seeking Discussion

RingoDingo92 on Borborygmos Enraged: The Breaking of the World

15 hours ago

Haha, sounds like it's rolling on all cylinders. Yeah copying a lot of those cards would be pretty great. You wouldn't want to copy Azusa, Lost but Seeking and Dark Depths since they'll just blow each other up because they're legendary, right? I'm pretty sure you wouldn't want to with Azusa anyway, but does the Dark Depths copy still get the Marit Lage effect? I'm guessing it does.

It's tough to say what you should remove since the decklist seems pretty tightly planned as is. Might have to go with one of your targeted removal cards, which would suck but I doubt you want to give up a ramp card either.

alfindeol on Borborygmos Enraged: The Breaking of the World

17 hours ago

RingoDingo92 Mirage Mirror has some obvious synergies with cards already in the deck. Here's a short list of cards I'm looking forward to mirror-ing...

Dark Depths, Valakut, the Molten Pinnacle, Horn of Greed, Azusa, Lost but Seeking, Courser of Kruphix, Lotus Cobra, Oracle of Mul Daya, Tireless Tracker, Exploration

Not to mention just copy-ing the best thing my opponents are playing (especially if it draws me cards).

And if there was any doubt. I cast Hour of Promise in both games I played with the deck last night. I won them both fairly easily. I also kept a hand with 6 lands and an Exploration in the first game. I proceeded to draw Azusa and Life from the Loam... It was... not fun for anyone expect me.

kbrauner3005 on kara-doom

1 day ago

This list looks sweet, even though it is very far from mine :) The World Breaker is very interesting!I miss Azusa, Lost but Seeking, Tireless Tracker, Crucible of Worlds, and the new Ramunap Excavator! Those are some of my favorites.

Since you play the Emeria Shepherd + Sakura-Tribe Elder and also have Burnished Hart you may consider running Meren of Clan Nel Toth and with him Solemn Simulacrum. You also already have the Viscera Seer and Merciless Executioner and which is great with these as well! If you go all out on this plan, you may consider Spore Frog and/or Kami of False Hope aswell. I found bot was to much so I went with the frog.

ibstudent2200 on Wizards R&D to take over ...

3 days ago

The RC doesn't typically ban cards based on pure power level (otherwise Sol Ring would be pretty high on the list of cards to ban). They tend to ban cards that are oppressive in virtually all scenarios. If a card is overpowering when built competitively, but reasonable in a more fair deck, the RC is unlikely to ban it. For example, there's no real way to make even a semi-decent Rofellos, Llanowar Emissary deck without it ramping way too fast. On the other hand, Hermit Druid can end games on turn 3 if not killed immediately, but I run it in my Azusa, Lost but Seeking list because it provides a steady stream of lands and lets me reset the top card of my library.

That said, the RC has some very clear biases. For example, Sheldon Menery has mentioned that Tooth and Nail is unlikely to be banned because he's had hilarious experiences where the card backfired on the person who played it. I absolutely disagree with this mentality, but all applications to join the Rules Committee are currently being forwarded to an entirely different organization, so there's very little I can do to change things.

LordMithos, According to Sheldon Menery, colors aren't a consideration when the RC decides whether to ban a card. I don't think he's being entirely honest in that regard, but that's what he said on a podcast earlier this year. In that episode of Commanderin', he claimed that Leovold, Emissary of Trest would have been banned even if the card was mono-white instead of BUG.

VoidCaster113 on Staples for Gitrog Monster?

3 days ago

Yeah, Ramunap excavator's definitely a must if you can't have Crucible. Exploration, Burgeoning, Azusa, Lost but Seeking are all great for bonus land drops.I've won many times just by Skirge Familiar + Dakmor Salvage when Gitrog's out, with an eldrazi Titan in the deck to reshuffle everything. Basically make infinite black and draw however many cards you want! If that fails, Devoted Druid + Quillspike is always a backup option, but it's best to tutor the signature combo up first.

Good luck with the froggy!

bgijy1 on Omnath REW (Red Elemental Wins)

1 week ago

If landfall-ramp is what you're looking for, and money is no object, then you definitely need an Oracle of Mul Daya, and an Azusa, Lost but Seeking. A Courser of Kruphix would also be pretty helpful, and is much cheaper than the other two. Rampaging Baloths will also probably be useful in a landfall heavy deck.

A finisher like Overwhelming Stampede might also be useful. And something like Stonehoof Chieftain is helpful in getting damage through while retaining your board-state.

Username_Elemental on In Response, Lands

1 week ago

Thanks for the comments, Patron of the Moon is pretty fun to play, but he does suffer from running out of lands to play, especially in a deck like yours that runs both Oracle of Mul Daya and Azusa, Lost but Seeking.

Bababad on Kruphix and the Value Town Toolbox (Meta Shift)

2 weeks ago

Oracle of Mul Daya is amazing, tends to net me more ramp than Azusa, Lost but Seeking because of that extra deck peek and scry abuse. The thing is....them knowing you have an aggressive control spell or counter in hand doesn't really augment how you will play it if you know how to spot counter bait. Heck the table might make brief political alliances with you because of what they know is in your hand, which buys you time...time wins you the game. The reveal rarely hurts you because there's really not much they can do to stop it, plus the board tends to get wiped every 6 or so turns so its not like its an effect that lasts all game, even if you don't chump block with it after you've emptied your hand of lands.

Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir gives your creatures flash and makes everything you play uncounterable, which is indispensable against blue decks and comes in extreme handy more than you'd think. Him having flash built in lets you vomit your hand on their turn after flashing him in (oh how i miss the bygone days of yore with Prophet of Kruphix). Depending on your brew Leyline of Anticipation, Vedalken Orrery, or having both Alchemist's Refuge and Winding Canyons might serve you better. Having some flash tech with this commander is almost essential

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