Fecundity

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Ultimate Masters (UMA) Uncommon
Commander 2013 (C13) Uncommon
Eighth Edition (8ED) Uncommon
Urza's Saga (USG) Uncommon

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Fecundity

Enchantment

Whenever a creature is put into a graveyard from the battlefield, that creature's controller may draw a card.

Fecundity Discussion

Beeksie on BR Goblin Control

6 hours ago

JKRice, GwupitSenpai Goblin Storm (aka Dirty Kitty) has traditionally used Fecundity for card advantage, which can lead to the player drawing nearly the whole deck when it goes off with Skirk Prospector and ideally Mogg War Marshal . In past iterations, Dirty Kitty always lacked a way to quickly and consistently assembly the engine, and it folds pretty hard to removal or early hand disruption.

In a goblin deck focused around sacrifice, I could see Fecundity being useful. However, it gives opponents the same effect, which means it could be used against you if your deck isn’t optimized to abuse it.

bushido_man96 on Prossh Budget Sacrific

6 hours ago

That's a good call, Shabompistan. The new Moldervine Reclamation will be very solid for a deck like this. I don't like it's higher mana cost, but I do like that the effect isn't symmetrical, like that of Fecundity (which is still a strong card).

Shabompistan on Prossh Budget Sacrific

7 hours ago

I think Fecundity the yet-to-be released Moldervine Reclamation are better draw effects than Deathreap Ritual . With deathreap you get a max of one draw per every turn, but with the others you get as many as you sacrifice. so if you sac all your tokens with Prossh at once, you'll get to draw a lot more and a lot faster.

Demarge on Marath EDH (work in progress)

1 week ago

there is sparkles of great cards in the deck, but the deck looks more like a Ghave, Guru of Spores deck with spatterings of combo's made more difficult to construct because the missing black. for cuts maybe the rector (no ugin to really abuse the mana cost reduction), most of the planeswalkers (hard to protect in a multiplayer game and doubling season abuse is minimal, samut would get you what two creatures to win you the game for example?) and Fecundity (you have one instant speed sac outlet and a lot of deck archetypes would abuse your enchantment more than you would in most games).

AkrosTheClear on Gob-Kin Frenzy

2 weeks ago

actually, Fecundity and Experimental Frenzy work very well together. If I ever get both out with a Skirk Prospector then I probably win. Fecundity is really good to have during a frenzy to let me draw past the duds that show up on the top of my library such as a second land, an un-castable Empty the Warrens , or another Experimental Frenzy .

Both Fecundity and Experimental Frenzy are powerful cards by themselves, and they work extremely well together, so I think i'm going to keep them in. Thanks for the feedback on the deck though. Impact Tremors is definitely a powerful card, I side-boarded it in during a game, and it did 7 damage in one turn causing the opponent to scoop.

BloodoftheBloodMoon on Gob-Kin Frenzy

3 weeks ago

Fecundity and Experimental Frenzy are a non-bo in this deck. Why sac creatures to draw cards you can't cast? In this deck, fecundity is far better than frenzy, but frenzy is more efficient as in you don't have to sacrifice things to draw cards also fecundity lets your opponent draw lots of cards by letting them take favorable trades (card draw in modern is extremely important, don't let your opponent draw cards). I say pick one or the other and build around that. The only reason I thought you were playing both was because you wanted ways to churn through your deck for a lab maniac kill. There's much better kill cards for this deck than lab maniac, like Goblin Bushwhacker or Impact Tremors , or even just straight up turning creatures sideways.

bushido_man96 on Xenoblade Chronicles Thantis

3 weeks ago

War Cadence is a card that can help you punch damage through, and Goblin War Drums can provide a similarly annoying effect.

You may benefit from more ramp and card draw. Endless Atlas doesn't seem too good. Rishkar's Expertise , Greed , Arguel's Blood Fast  Flip, or even Fecundity would be better in its place (I would probably run all these in a list myself). I'd probably cut Dreamstone Hedron for a cheaper rock, and since you're running Jund, I'd probably run each of the according Signets for fixing/ramp.

With all your high CMC creatures, you could gain help from Elvish Piper and Quicksilver Amulet , and another helpful card for you might be Sunbird's Invocation . I find it to be a very good card in any deck I run it.

Hope these suggestions help!

BloodoftheBloodMoon on Gob-Kin Frenzy

4 weeks ago

The deck feels a bit clunky. Fecundity and Experimental Frenzy do not work together at all. The only reason why its there is to empty your deck for a lab-maniac win. Why not cut fecundity and lab maniac for more bushwackers and win that way? Fecundity also feels real bad when you don't draw one of your 4 Skirk Prospector , as it's your only way to sacrifice creatures. As for sideboard, I think it's fine. Dragon's Claw would be fun in this deck, otherwise take it to modern night at your LGS and build your sideboard to help in your losing matchups (control most likely).

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Fecundity occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.02%

Golgari: 0.14%