Edge of Autumn


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
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Duel Decks: Knights vs. Dragons (DDG) Common
Future Sight (FUT) Common

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Edge of Autumn


If you control four or fewer lands, search your library for a basic land card, put it into play tapped, then shuffle your library.

Cycling-Sacrifice a land. (Sacrifice a land, Discard this card: Draw a card.)

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Edge of Autumn Discussion

solidork on Ever built a deck you straight up can't run?

3 months ago

It feels a little light on ways to get lands into your graveyard to be running 4 Splendid Reclamation. I tried adding Ghost Quarter (taking out 3 bounce lands) and Edge of Autumn (-1 Amulet, -1 Reclamation, -1 Harmonize) and liked the results.

I love to brew with Greater Gargadon and Second Sunrise and my brain was coming out of my ears one game where I had Gitrog and multiple amulets. Pretty fun!

soymonk on Titania

3 months ago

I'm not a fan of Druid's Deliverance. Fog effects are cutesy; they stall the game for one turn if your opponents are relying on attack damage, but they don't help you win the game or stop combo decks/non-combat damage/life loss.

Some new card suggestions:

Card draw:

Edge of Autumn - Usually early game ramp

Elemental Bond

Nissa, Vital Force

Greater Good

Life's Legacy

Garruk's Packleader

Tireless Tracker

Shamanic Revelation

Sac Outlets:

Evolutionary Leap

Ashnod's Altar

Perilous Forays

Cool Stuff:

Akroma's Memorial

Eldrazi Monument

Homeward Path

Reclamation Sage


Ulvenwald Hydra

Natural Order

Karametra's Acolyte - The only usable, high cost mana dork (only for mono green)

Birds of Paradise - Just because it's mana acceleration

Dust Bowl

greyninja on Omnath, Angry Landlord of Zendikar

3 months ago

Heyyy I upvoted your deck a few days ago but haven't had a chance to comment until now! I like the elemental theme and flavor

You do have a few cards listed that I've never seen before. Flamebreak, Groundbreaker, and Edge of Autumn would be great in a gitrog deck

Last night I updated my omnath deck on here to match the IRL version (link). You should check it out for ideas (and be sure to upvote!). One new card I just added to try out is Mouth / Feed. I just love drawing cards lol


StopShot on Card Suggestions for a theme ...

4 months ago

Background: My favorite time of the year is Fall for various reasons, the biggest is the change of the leaves and scenery and the drop in temperature. Ever since I went off to college far south of where I grew up it's been summer all-year long and I can't ever escape it, so I miss my favorite season.

I want to build a casual 60-card deck with as many cards that depict the fall leaves or autumn forests as I can. (A little bit of snow is okay.) I want this to be a budget-friendly deck, though if you know of an expensive card I'd like it to be suggested so its at least on my radar.

Cards I have in mind are: Trip Noose , Ambush Viper , Autumnal Gloom  Flip , Edge of Autumn, Lambholt Pacifist  Flip , Woodland Patrol , and Young Wolf. If you know of any other cards that fit this theme please make a suggestion. Promos with alternative art that fit this theme are welcomed to be suggested as well, thank you. (Cards outside the color green may also be suggested as well.)

Funkydiscogod on Resounding Kek

5 months ago

Wait...what am I thinking? If you run Selective Memory, pull out every nonland card, except Vizier of Tumbling Sands, Esper Sojourners, an Edge of Autumn for each basic land left in your deck, some graveyard recursion, and the Resounding Keks.

Any other cards in the deck wouldn't make a difference in the deck once you cast Selective Memory.

I guess Selective Memory would let your deck be able to run support cards, but you'd have to find both cards, and cast Selective Memory before you cast New Perspectives for the win, and I'm nut not sure how reasonable that would be.

Funkydiscogod on Resounding Kek

5 months ago

Maybe Selective Memory can be used before comboing out to guarantee no-fizzle, and still allowing you to run any other cards you feel like.

Before you combo out, you'd go through and exile out all non-cycling cards, for example the other 3 New Perspectives, the other 3 Selective Memory, and 2 Edge of Autumn.

xxxavo on Budget Titania EDH

5 months ago


When it comes to Commander one thing I've learned is that Ramp is important. The sooner you can play your big spells the better off you'll be, so as a norm it's good to have a good 10 cards dedicated to Ramp. Playing green means you can have the best ramp spells available, and not rely on artifacts like other decks do.

Also, I'd also suggest checking out www.edhrec.com as they give you good information on what other people are running.

Here's the link for the Titania Page



Rampant Growth - 2 Mana Ramp

Into the North - 2 Mana Ramp, will need a snow forest or 2

Nature's Lore - 2 Mana Ramp for forest

Kodama's Reach - Awesome Ramp

Cultivate - Awesome Ramp

Explosive Vegetation - Sweet Ramp


Thought Vessel



Seek the Horizon - too costly, and doesn't bring them to the battlefield

Edge of Autumn - it's too conditional for it to be good.


Moss Diamond - 2 mana ramp spells based around land are better

Spellbook - Thought Vessel is better


3 x Forest - I think 38 lands it's a good number to run.

Necrisev on Lands matter

5 months ago

Edge of Autumn is a great card and will add that to the deck for sure.

I like Harrow because with Vinelasher Kudzu and/ot Undergrowth Champion on board is basically an istant +2/+2 and 1 more land on board at a cost of 1G basically...notice it's the only instant land tutor; Search for Tomorrow is good, as you said, because it's a turn 1 play but i still prefer Harrow

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