Blighted Woodland

Blighted Woodland

Land

: Gain .

, , Sacrifice Blighted Woodland: Search your library for up to two basic land cards, put them onto the battlefield tapped, then shuffle your library.

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Zendikar Rising: Commander (ZNC) Uncommon
Commander 2020 (C20) Uncommon
Commander 2018 (C18) Uncommon
Commander 2017 (C17) Uncommon
Battle for Zendikar (BFZ) Uncommon

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Format Legality
Pioneer Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Modern Legal
Custom Legal
Legacy Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Unformat Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Vintage Legal
Limited Legal
Highlander Legal
Leviathan Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Blighted Woodland Discussion

Profet93 on Xenagos, I've Got You Here For 3 Minutes

1 week ago

You described almost every Xenagos deck, mine included. You hit it right on the head.

As you said, we either have it or we don't. With no way to tutor card draw, adding more helps increase the odds of maintaining gas

Lifeblood Hydra - Not necessary but always welcome on X = 3 or more. Even if they destroy it, you still get value, has built in evasion and has a high ceiling.

Life's Legacy - If blue is too prevalent in your meta, ignore this suggestion

Momentous Fall - Similar to above, but would still put in despite blue, and despite the fact that its hard to have 4 mana after casting a beater. But similar to rishkar's expertise, I argue the potential card draw is worth the risk. You usually use this in response to opponent's removal

Bonders' Enclave - Never hurts, coudl replace a fetch land possibly

Elder Gargaroth - Makes beasts for blockers/draw spells, draws cards and gains life in a pinch.

Harmonize - Reliable draw

Beast Within - Hits lands too. Very versatile

Decimate - Hull breach's older brother

Inferno Titan - Damage

Kogla, the Titan Ape - Fight + Naturalize, pretty good. Very fun if you ran eternal witness

Voracious Hydra - Removal with high ceiling and built in evasion

Selvala, Heart of the Wilds - Ramp on steroids

Ancient Tomb - Ramp for T3 Commander

Turntimber, Serpentine Wood - A better See the Unwritten

Berserk - Don't worry, malignus doesn't have trample. Bonus points if you use it on Selvala or on an opponent's creature who is attacking another opponent.

Yavimaya Hollow - Protection

Blighted Woodland/Myriad Landscape - Ramp

Reliquary Tower - For when you draw 10+ cards

Raging Ravine/Dread Statuary - Manland to be used for a draw spell

Be sure to lmk what you think of each suggestion. Some will work better for you than others. I see you run some dorks so I know you don't want too many nonbasics, but with all the ramp in Xenagos, I think we can be a little greedy. If you can't find room, I have ideas for cuts.

kraizor on Omnath, Locus of Creation feat. Landfall!

1 week ago

Kierane210, THANK YOU! For literally reminding me, that they exist. I dropped Wasteland in my first iteration, as I was not able to get it back most of the time. Though, this has changed since then, in my opinion. I will cut Reflecting Pool for Wasteland.

MoxRavager, I actually thought about which one was more suited for this deck.
While I was putting it together I figured out, that I was more comfortable running Blighted Woodland than Krosan Verge due to already having a good amount of lands entering tapped.
Additionally, I usually do not run into the problem of not having enough mana of a certain kind.
I noticed, that the ability to immediately crack Blighted Woodland brings us ahead of the curve one turn earlier than Krosan Verge.
The up front value from Blighted Woodland is pretty significant in comparison to Krosan Verge, though the latter definitely helps more in the long run.
I will nonetheless reevaluate both cards to see, if I am wrong on this one.

MoxRavager on Omnath, Locus of Creation feat. Landfall!

1 week ago

Have you considered replacing Blighted Woodland with Krosan Verge? You lose one mana the turn you play it (or none if you have amulet of vigor) but you save two mana the turn you crack it. You also get much better selection since you can get non-basics.

Profet93 on xenaghos semi-optimized

1 week ago

+1 the deck looks pretty good. Low to the ground, got some interaction and instant speed protection. I would try to add a few more pieces of draw to maintain gas.

Yavimaya Hollow - Protection

Cragcrown Pathway  Flip - Utility

Dread Statuary - Man land which can be a creature to be used for a draw spell

Blighted Woodland - Ramp

Ancient Tomb - Ramp

Beast Within - Removal

Berserk - Fun with malignus, infect creature, removal of opponents creatures, ramp with selvala, etc...

Deflecting Swat - Redirect targetted removal/draw/extra turns, counter counterspells all for free

Momentous Fall - Draw in response to removal

Return of the Wildspeaker - See above

The Great Henge - Draw, ramp, lifegain

No cultivate/kodama's?

Hull Breach - Removal

It seems you have your preferences on creatures but here are some other ideas as well...

Shaman of Forgotten Ways - Ramp, wincon

Siege Behemoth - Beater with evason

Somberwald Sage - Ramp

Ilharg, the Raze-Boar - Cheating

Spells on Deep Forest: Azusa, Lost but Seeking EDH [PRIMER]

1 week ago

Profet93 Thanks for the recommendations!

I used to run Yavimaya Hollow, but ended up cutting it a while back. This is just me as a player, but I can't resist playing aggressively and dumping my mana on my turn (unless I have a guaranteed reactive play like Nature's Claim or Krosan Grip), and it's for that reason Yavimaya Hollow rarely ever performed for me. The same applies for why I play Memory Jar over Mind's Eye, I'm too addicted to explosive turns.

Blighted Woodland has been on my watch list, I might give that a go over Crystal Vein. I'm sure I could find a spot for Myriad Landscape too.

Scute Swarm is absolutely, positively, pants-on-head ridiculous. It works like so: When a land enters the battlefield under your control, put a 1/1 insect creature token onto the battlefield. However, if at that time you control six or more lands, instead create a token copy of Scute Swarm (which has Scute Swarm’s ability, and will be able to create copies of itself). IE - Scute Swarm is on the battlefield, you play your 6th land (it's Fabled Passage), you now have two total Scute Swarms on the field. You crack Fabled Passage and get a Forest, which triggers both of your Scute Swarms, and you now have four total Scute Swarms. You play Ramunap Excavator and proceed to play / crack Fabled passage two more times, meaning your total number of Scute Swarms will go from 4 to 8 to 16 to 32 to 64. Here's the scryfall link, which has a good explanation of the rules text: Scryfall

Ancient Greenwarden looks like a boss, I'm just not sure what to cut for him yet.

Titania, Protector of Argoth was cut long ago before I had all the fetches (and prior to Prismatic Vista and Fabled Passage), so perhaps it's time to give her another shot. Spots are a little tight in this deck though, and currently, I'm looking for more cheap draw.

Suuuuuuuuuper smart call on the Snow-Covered Forests, I should do that immediately.

I haven't ran into the Bane / Concordant issue yet, though I'm sure it'll feel bad when I do. G-wave isn't often something I use as a win con, rather, more of a value piece. With the number of tutors I'm running, Craterhoof Behemoth is my win 90% of the time.

Profet93 on Deep Forest: Azusa, Lost but Seeking EDH [PRIMER]

1 week ago

Yavimaya Hollow - Protection

Myriad Landscape/Blighted Woodland - Ramp, nice synergy with crucible effects. Speaking of have you considered...

Ancient Greenwarden - Extra redundancy of ramunap/crucible which triggers field of the dead, Scute Swarm, Tireless Tracker, rampaging baloths and avenger of zendikar.

Scute Swarm - Can you explain how this works exactly? I've been considering to add it in my build but I never quite understood how this worked....

I've seen lots of Azusa lists run Memory Jar, I personally use Mind's eye. Curious how the jar is working for you, I feel in my meta, I would dump my hand, play jar and then they would remove it.

I see Titania, Protector of Argoth in the mayeboard- What was your thought process on excluding it? Its not an allstar but it can pull its weight synergizing with 10% of your deck, providing recursion for field/cradle when they are smart enough to inevitably destroy it.

Why not replace half your forests with snow-covered to more easily trigger field of the dead?

How does G-waving your deck onto the field work, as bane destroys your haste outlet. I'm sure you can win other ways such as E-wit back the outlet and cast it but I took out Bane in my deck for that reason.

Snap157 on Korvold, Fae King, ruler of Eldrazi

2 weeks ago

This is so cool! Have you considered Rapacious One instead of Essence Feed? Maybe Ashnod's Altar? I feel like the altar would be able to net you twice the mana from your eldrazi spawn and can also provide on-demand death to your creatures, and a hit from Rapacious One can easily advance your board state towards something powerful and repeatable.

As backups, I would consider Quicksilver Amulet or Elvish Piper in case you can't get enough mana eldrazi.

Your land base looks good, however Korvold especially benefits from lands that can sacrifice themselves. Fetch lands like Wooded Foothills, Verdant Catacombs, Bloodstained Mire, Windswept Heath, Misty Rainforest,Prismatic Vista, Scalding Tarn and Polluted Delta could really speed up your mana base and let you draw cards at the same time! I get that they may be out of budget- proxies are always an option if your playgroup is cool with them. Additional lands like Spawning Bed, Lotus Field, Jund Panorama, Blighted Woodland and Fabled Passage work well too.

Harrow instead of Wild Wanderer would fit your sacrifice theme. Pitiless Plunderer would give you double value while Broodwarden only buffs some of your creatures. You're not really winning with spawn, and a lot of your best eldrazi produce scions anyway.

I like your removal package, but I feel like there are some unneeded spells that can also be cut for ramp/removal. Things like Fog, Spawning Breath, Prismatic Omen, and Wave of Vitriol don't really advance your game plan (at least not as much as you'd like them to), and I think things such as Breaker of Armies, Nature's Lore, and Corpsehatch, and Commander's Sphere would work some wonders.

This is a super cool concept and I'm eager to see it in the future. I hope this helps!

Moose-Storm on Party Hearty

3 weeks ago

Beatismcscoots This deck wins mainly through combat damage. Beastmaster Ascension can make that easier to do, however, I have won by swinging without it. There is also the Najeela, the Blade-Blossom+Sword of Feast and Famine combo, but this deck isn't tutor heavy because it isn't designed to go for a combo. It's designed to get value and swing with your party.

I plan to keep this deck around the same budget, I originally built it with three fetch lands, but decided to switch out Blighted Woodland for Bloodstained Mire (since I was able to get one for a decent price on TCG player). I don't plan on adjusting the lands anymore any time soon (I'll probably get more fetches if the reprint next year drops their prices decently though). The creatures are pretty set as is currently, I may slightly adjust a creature or two down the rode if I decide I like an effect more than one I have. So overall, I expect the budget to stay the same.

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