Civic Wayfinder


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

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Set Rarity
Duel Decks: Nissa vs. Ob Nixilis (DDR) Common
Eternal Masters (EMA) Common
Duels of the Planeswalkers (DPA) Common
Tenth Edition (10E) Common
Ravnica: City of Guilds (RAV) Common

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Civic Wayfinder

Creature — Elf Warrior Druid

When Civic Wayfinder enters the battlefield, you may search your library for a basic land card, reveal it, and put it into your hand. If you do, shuffle your library.

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Civic Wayfinder Discussion

ERoss8 on DJ Najeela Running It Back

6 months ago

Reconnaissance has been great for me as a way to make a risky attack for combat triggers without risking your creatures. I’m also not a huge fan of cards that tutor lands to your hand, like Civic Wayfinder even with tribal synergies. Wood Elves is a worse body that’s not a warrior, but actually ramps you.

hnki on Upgraded Nissa (Duel Deck)

7 months ago

The immediate standout changes are to green's low-drop commons. Gone are the days of topdecking junk like Civic Wayfinder or Gilt-Leaf Seer. In place of crap cards are tried-and-true staples like 4xLlanowar Elves and 2x Wall of Roots. A total of ten mana dorks plus the acceleration from one Wood Elves, four dorks each to the 1-drop and 2-drop slot, dramatically transform this deck's image from that of a clumsy Wood Elemental to a a sleek Craterhoof Behemoth. Very few mana acceleration was present in the original deck and I suspect that if it was playtested very much (spoiler: it probably wasn't) they would've balanced for green being uch, much slower than it now is, which will present a future balancing conundrum.

Green's ramp payoff is mostly evenly distributed among the 5 to 8 drop slots. This is the opposite of a focused ramp deck, which will pay attention to specific drop slots with its specific dorks in order to get maximum consistency. I'm okay with this since this deck is meant to be played with beginners in a modest casual setting.

Coyotl on Druidic Vengence Mk6

7 months ago

Hmmm... Druid's Deliverance sounds pretty neat, but I don't know what to take out. After some play testing I find that I can generate tons of mana, but generally prefer to need more forests. I swapped out one Elvish Mystic with Civic Wayfinder for that purpose. I like Gilt-Leaf Archdruid but unsure of how to make it work with the already existent saproling swarm of doom.

golgarigirl on Meren Madness

7 months ago

Black/Green (as you can guess from the username) is kinda my jam, and reanimator is one of the things it does best. Your Meren actually wants similar things to my Alesha deck...a creature has to die for it to come back and be reused, and creatures that have great effects that you can reuse are going to be the best.

Look for good Enter the Battlefield (ETB) and Leave the Battlefield (LTB) effects at a variety of mana costs to trigger Meren's experience tokens. Look for mana ramp creatures that put lands into play instead of tap for mana such as Sakura-Tribe Elder, Farhaven Elf, Yavimaya Elder, Civic Wayfinder. What you want to ramp into are all the fun different things you can do and then recur. Thragtusk, Woodland Bellower, Greenwarden of Murasa, Agent of Erebos, Priest of the Blood Rite, Ravenous Chupacabra, Fleshbag Marauder

Also look for fun creatures that care when other creatures you control die, since you want that to happen.

Most importantly, sacrifice outlets to a.) stop your creatures from being exiled b.) get that experience as fast as possible and c.) keep reusing those ETB/LTB abilities. Look for cards like Nantuko Husk, Disciple of Bolas, Blood Bairn, Viscera Seer, Ashnod's Altar

One more note... Elixir of Immortality is your friend. Many players know how dangerous a well-stocked graveyard is, and getting yours exiled can knock the wind from your sails. It's 100% better for it to get shuffled into your library that be gone for good!

ZendikariWol on Who Needs $150+ Decks???

8 months ago

Okay this is pretty good. Love the new update. But Explosive Vegetation may not be quite as good as Borderland Ranger/Civic Wayfinder or Viridian Emissary. And certainly not, if you can spend the money, as good as Solemn Simulacrum.

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