Early Harvest


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

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Set Rarity
Ninth Edition (9ED) Rare
Ninth Edition Foreign Black Border (9EDFBB) Rare
Seventh Edition (7ED) Rare
Classic Sixth Edition (6ED) Rare
Mirage (MIR) Rare

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Early Harvest


Target player untaps all basic lands he or she controls.

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Early Harvest Discussion

Cloudius on Life is Like A Hurricane

1 month ago

KayneMarco Thanks. These are good suggestions but may not gel well with the central theme of my quirky deck.

Storm Cauldron works well in some Tatyova decks. However, my deck relies on cards like Early Harvest, Rude Awakening and Turnabout to generate a lot of mana by repeatedly tapping and untapping my lands in the same turn, and winning the game with a massive Hurricane (that's how this Primer got its name). Returning the lands actually works against this strategy.

Patron of the Moon has a good ability but is quite costly at and I'm trying to keep my creature count low to adhere more to the Spellslinger theme.

Greatly appreciate the suggestions nonetheless and keep them coming! Thanks again.

lagotripha on The Door

2 months ago

Usually when I'm goofing with door to nothingness its best to focus on making as much mana as possible. Early Harvest or Dictate of Karametra. Casting a bunch of wraths is probably an effective tactic, although I'd run Sakura-Tribe Elder for the free blocker. Bounce lands and Amulet of Vigor was ok, although bloom's banning stopped the titan variants, you can still make a decent go of Explore as a cantrip/ramp style.

luther on Omnath High Tide

2 months ago

How about Snow-Covered Forests and Extraplanar Lens for some more big mana? Also Early Harvest

resplendentobscurity on Wort Deck Wins

2 months ago


I saw your post over on Reddit, and thought I'd take a peek since I also run a Wort deck.

I'm not exactly sure what Red Deck Wins is SUPPOSED to feel like, but... here are some suggestions for combos that I run in my deck.

Kyren Negotiations - looks like you're making lots of tokens, it combos with Throne of the God-Pharaoh, and doesn't require haste.

In a similar vein, Furystoke Giant does the same thing plus it can combo with something like Goblin Bombardment + Fresh Meat and a haste enabler. I also see you have Outpost Siege, which can add that additional damage from the sacrifice, and, to add on that, Vicious Shadows ends games quickly.Fresh Meat is also a great way to recover from a board wipe.

Conspiring something like Clan Defiance and Decimate can be a huge blowout for someone else.

Nullmage Shepherd has also been really good.

Also adding some recursion spells like Revive and Recollect that you can loop with something like Early Harvest to make a huge Empty the Warrens, or burn people off with Guttersnipe might be something to consider? I run a Paradox Engine + Cryptolith Rite for this combo, but may be out of your budget considerations?

Your deck seems to be more dedicated to the attack step than mine is - perhaps consider Chancellor of the Forge or Revel of the Fallen God for more hasty tokens? - Though I find Revel is really only worth it if I can conspire it.

Also, Mogg Infestation for lols - I've used it to wipe someone's board / double or quadruple my tokens - a conspired Mogg with 10 creatures and an Impact Tremors is a win, unless someone is running heavy life gain.

I also have a ton of ramp, so conspiring an X spell is definitely a win con - which also have the utility to be used as removal if need be. Speaking of ramp Harrow is pretty good when copied.

Not sure how combo centred you want your deck, but I do find I win fairly often with the way I'm running things - and it has that 'burn your opponents out' kind of feel. I'm not sure how your deck is currently running so it's hard to make pointed criticisms / suggestions - so take them or leave them :) also here's the link to mine if you're curious.

Cloudius on Life is Like A Hurricane

3 months ago

fuster Fully agree with you on Oboro et al outclassing Simic Growth Chamber. I'm usually not a fan of the Karoo lands too and almost never run them in my decks.

Untap all lands effects are the bread and butter of my deck though so I run 3 copies of it - Early Harvest, Turnabout and Rude Awakening.

Turnabout can be a life saver too, tapping down your opponenent's creatures to buy yourself a turn.

Speaking about buying myself a turn, was playing this deck yesterday and Exhaustion became an "extra turn spell" when my opponent tapped out his mana and attacked me with all his creatures during his turn. As he was very "exhausted", he could only draw a card and pass the turn... I went on to combo off for the win thereafter.


Ender666666 on CTRL-G

3 months ago

Some good suggestions there, worth thinking on. It might even be worth running both Early Harvest and Rude Awakening. Thanks for the suggestion!

lagotripha on Throne of Thorns

3 months ago

I tried this with Natural Affinity and Sylvan Advocate a while back. The haste on Sylvan Awakening makes it a lot better. A beatdown plan isn't off the table. You actually reminded me to look back over the decklists.

Earth Surge/Elemental Uprising/Genju of the Cedars/Early Harvest are all there, and can have an impact, depending on what else you are jamming and what the plan is.

Perilous Forays/Seed the Land can give you quite a lot of range.

Cloudius on Tatyova competitive

3 months ago

+1 I like the direction you're taking with the deck.

I see you running Rude Awakening and Turnabout, perhaps Early Harvest may interest you too.

I've a Tatyova Spellslinger deck too, focusing on combo finish.

Life is like a Hurricane *PRIMER*

Commander / EDH Cloudius


Let's trade pointers going forward.

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