Back to Nature

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Format Legality
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Magic 2015 (M15) Uncommon
2011 Core Set (M11) Uncommon

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Back to Nature Discussion

juanchite86 on Mono-Green Devotion

6 days ago

Dorotheus, thanks a lot for your comments.

I will try Fracturing Gust in my sideboard in replacement of Back to Nature and Creeping Corrosion.

I will love to include Gigantosaurus, but I am not sure how it fits here. I will give it a try anyway.

The reason I like Khalni Hydra is that most of the times I can cast it for very little mana (sometimes for free) and after that generate a ton of mana with Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx. Usually after that I cast Primal Command and the rest is history.

As for Great Sable Stag, I like the fact that is unblockable when used correctly and comes in play early. I agree that Carnage Tyrant is better in most of the cases, but sometimes I like to play cards that are not what it is expected.

Finally, as for Garruk Wildspeaker, I am not a big fan of planeswakers, but I will definitely add one more.

Will update the deck list shortly after some trial.

Thanks a lot!

Dorotheus on Mono-Green Devotion

6 days ago

Gigantosaurus with Primalcrux is probably where the deck is going to end up, Khalni Hydra is outclassed by them. Heroic Intervention is a good SB card but Blossoming Defense or Vines of Vastwood gives the better protection against MB things like Bolt, Push, and Path.
Fracturing Gust also just better than Back to Nature, Creeping Corrosion and similar things, but I get if your meta is heavy in Bogles that Back to Nature would be good.
Great Sable Stag is just all kinds of not good enough anymore, Carnage Tyrant and Gaea's Revenge fit the bill much better.
And yea it's really weird to see less than 4 Garruk Wildspeaker.

kamarupa on Might of the Masses ($13)

1 month ago

it's probably not "budget" but Heroic Intervention would go a long way against any deck packing Ratchet Bomb.

Some draw card is always good: Harmonize is my top choice, but something like Revive might be really nice here, too.

sideboard: Elixir of Immortality, Sundering Growth, Oblivion Ring, Celestial Flare, Beast Within, Back to Nature

TristanTaylorsVoice on

1 month ago

I tried a Courser build of this deck myself, and while sick with Jace, the Mind Sculptor, I like having the additional threat package of tracker + Karn much better, sweet innovation!

I'm a huge fan of Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet in the sideboard (probably cutting Thrun, the Last Troll). Turning all your removal into exile effects is incredibly powerful in a meta with a lot of sticky threats like Bloodghast, Kitchen Finks or Voice of Resurgence, it trumps burn, after a single activation it beats Gurmag Angler, it's utility can not be understated.

Naturalize is 99 percent of the time worst than Deglamer/Unravel the Aether, Trinket Mage is the only counter example I can think of. A split on those spells is better too: while you don't board then against Aether Vial to avoid Meddling Mage, you will appreciate it against Runed Halo out of mono white stax.

Furthermore, because Jace, the Mind Sculptor helps you find sideboard cards and 1 ofs pretty consistently over a longer game, I would consider some more narrow but powerful options such as Damnation, Creeping Corrosion, Back to Nature, Flaying Tendrils, or Jace, Architect of Thought to supplement the versatile 2 ofs in your board. This strategy can ensure you have plenty of cards for most of the format, while not taking too much room in your sideboard for narrow hosers, yet you still have access to them.

mmcgeach on Control Zur

1 month ago

Heya. I sort of disagree with VelvetVendetta here. I think greater auramancy is fine if your meta has a ton of targeted removal for Zur and for your enchantments. I've tried diplomatic immunity as a meta response to a lot of spot removal, and it's fine at locking the game up. If your meta is evoloving toward a lot of extra enchantment removal, I'd try greater auramancy. Although, if people are playing enchantment wipes like Back to Nature then you're probably better off with Spell Snare, or Replenish.

As for Tabernacle replacements, my only thought is a creature wipe... Which you're already doing. How has it been?

APPLE01DOJ on Hardened Constrictor

2 months ago

Like above, Golgari as counters is a really bad strategy. It plays a much stronger midrange game. Stuff like Tarmogoyf, Dark Confidant, and Liliana of the Veil.

Anyway some good SB options: Back to Nature, Creeping Corrosion, Maelstrom Pulse, Damnation, Leyline of the Void, Fulminator Mage, Choke, Spellskite, Golgari Charm, & Sword of Fire and Ice

LuxCannonator on The Government Can!

2 months ago

budlaorf Glad to see you added Replenish. I really think Academy Rector needs a spot especially if your going for the Combo Wombo. I also still think maybe a 1 off of Privileged Position(since you're mainly white).

I also forgot about Opalescence. Seems like it would be really good here just to finish them off. And if you get hit with a Back to Nature or the likes, you just replenish and call it a day lol

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