Back to Nature


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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

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Back to Nature


Destroy all enchantments.

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Back to Nature Discussion

Xarien on The Gall Ta Play Artifacts in Green!

1 month ago

Nice list! Just off a quick glance I'd recommend swapping out Primeval Protector for Hooded Hydra. You can't always rely on opponents having creatures, and the Hydra replaces itself in the event of a boardwipe. I'd also highly recommend adding a bit more removal to deal with problem artifacts and enchantments. Beast Within, Krosan Grip, Tranquil Grove, Back to Nature, even Elf Replica to keep with the artifact theme, all are good options.

Love seeing decks that don't follow the norm!

Enganeer on Unity

1 month ago

If you have space for Ray of Revelation in your side, then you should run Back to Nature, no question. 3 mana screw your opponent hard vs 2 mana utter blowout. Unless you need to be able to cast it if forced to discard (I suppose if 8-rack's Shrieking Affliction really scares you).

APPLE01DOJ on How do I beat Ponza?

1 month ago

It's part of this current shitty meta that Eldrazi brought. Basically, Ponzu, D&T, Eldrazi, Tron, & Humans, & Aggro. Midrange is in a really bad position right now. Nothing worse than playing against Ponzu on the draw when they T2 kill your T1 land, followed by a T3 Acid Moss again killing your only land.

In your deck I would definitely add an answer or 2 capable of dealing with Primeval Titan and Inferno Titan. Probably go down 1 on the Remand and 1 Collective Brutality for a Go for the Throat or 2. Maybe cut a Spellskite or 2 for additional Fatal Pushes (MB) or an Abrupt Decay.

Consider cutting IoK or the 2nd Thrun from your sideboard for a single Back to Nature and Drown in Sorrow (forget the name of the colorless one)

loricatuslupus on Oozing with Value (Pimped Budget Jund)

1 month ago

@Penguinn552 Yes that is true, only vs Infect though (hence the Sprouting Thrinax in the sideboard. However having the effect on a creature is not to be underestimated in an aggressive deck, and the colour combination is vital for ensuring the trigger off the Bloodhall Ooze - that's why Dark Confidant is so strong. Finally, my enchantment removal is fairly universal in order to keep it cheap, which means that they'd get blasted by my own Back to Nature! May try a couple of games where I substitute two and see if/how it affects the tempo.

APPLE01DOJ on Ob-Rock

2 months ago

Solid build. How about 1x Back to Nature for the side? It never hurts to have a wrath of any sort on hand.

APPLE01DOJ on Vraska Assassins

2 months ago

cool deck!

SB needs some help. How about Creeping Corrosion, Back to Nature, and Bontu's Last Reckoning?

Karueeveedeen on Nylea Devotion

2 months ago

Fracturing Gust to replace Back to Nature will help give you life gain

kamarupa on Mono green control

3 months ago

I think it might be more "controlly" with some disruption like Beast Within, Naturalize/Back to Nature. Fog seems relevant, too. Tajuru Preserver, Heroic Intervention, Bonds of Mortality might all be useful.

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