Back to Nature


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual 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

clayperce on Triple A [Modern Version]

2 weeks ago

I'm not Argy of course, but I think it's just that she hasn't gotten to comments yet today rather than a 'no' ... esp since it's not in her 'Cards Already considered' list. That said, I don't see how you can say Lantern Scout is strictly better than Kalastria Healer. That term is generally reserved for cards that offer a better effect at the same cost (e.g., Negate > Flash Counter), the same effect at a lower cost (e.g., Lightning Bolt > Shard Volley), or both (e.g., Back to Nature > Tranquility). And of course the Scout offers a VERY different effect (and not necessarily a better one ... the Healer is MUCH better for example vs. Ensnaring Bridge decks), plus it's at a higher cost (which of course raises the mana curve). Please note I'm not saying it's bad. Just that you and I have a very different definition of "strictly better" :-D

MrSilk on Enchanted Spring Cleaning - Bant

2 months ago

Ha! Back to Nature was actually in the first iteration of this deck with Heroic Intervention, but I replaced it with Paraselene and then just said screw it and replaced Paraselene and Heroic intervention with Primeval Light lol.

Thanks for the comment and upvote!

Flooremoji on Enchanted Spring Cleaning - Bant

2 months ago

Better find my Back to Nature...

Eron_the_Relentless on Overwhelming Stompy

2 months ago

Thanks kamarupa for the upvote and the suggestions, reaaly appreciate it! As you'll see, I made some changes some time ago, and fixed a sideboard when my 10-year old son received the deck. Made some changes again lately, and suddenly ended up playing a GP with it! Had Plummet in the sideboard, but removed it before the GP, when I put in three Beast Within as a catch-all. Creeping Corrosion and Back to Nature I already thought of, and did great. I will also consider the other suggestions. Thanks again!

Bevo90 on Tatsuva the Sunlit

2 months ago

ballesta25 you are actually right about both points and I think I may adjust based on these points you’ve raised and replace Back to Nature with Grand Abolisher just for added protection

ballesta25 on Tatsuva the Sunlit

2 months ago

Estrid doesn't seem to do much here - her plus ability won't untap much since your only ways to put Auras on your own permanents are Estrid's masks and bestowing Kestia. You should consider including auras like Fertile Ground and Market Festival as mana ramp that gets better with Estrid's abilities. Alternatively, if you'd prefer to focus on non-aura enchantments, Tuvasa might work better as commander.

I question the inclusion of Back to Nature - unless your local meta is extremely enchantment heavy, your enchantment deck will likely control more enchantments than your opponents most of the time.

dalinius97 on Windgrace v2

2 months ago

So personally my issue when I was looking at the precon is that part of the deck focuses on getting lands into play fast, for that aspect of "lands matter" and the other portion focuses on discarding and trying to get lands into the graveyard. From what I can see, you are focusing on getting lands into play as much as possible and to have a few ways to get lands from grave to the field. Heavy landfall based. Shattering Spree in my opinion is way better than Consign to Dust. So cards that put lands into the grave or are focused about putting cards into the grave is actually going against 90% of your deck, Worm Harvest is a great card but the only thing that puts lands into your graveyard is your commander and your commander himself is going against 90% of your deck. Sure you have so many ways that discarding a land every turn, you should still have a land to drop every turn because of the amount of sorceries you have that give you lands. Therefore the Worm the majority of the time will be pretty meh, other times will be great, and then occasionally be a dead card. Back to Nature is also better than Consign to Dust. Simply taking out Worm Harvest for the Back to Nature would be better. You also lack draw. Your whole plan is to get your commander out so you can have a constant stream of cards, but if you ever get targeted, or your commander gets killed over and over. You will run out of cards and you will have nothing. Also why aren't you running the other omnath?

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