Gruul Turf

Legality

Format Legality
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Pauper Legal

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Set Rarity
Planechase Anthology Common
Commander (2016 Edition) Uncommon
Modern Masters 2015 Edition Uncommon
Planechase 2012 Edition Common
MTG: Commander Common
Planechase Common
Guildpact Common

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Gruul Turf

Land

Gruul Turf enters the battlefield tapped.

When Gruul Turf enters the battlefield, return a land you control to its owner's hand.

: Add to your mana pool.

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Gruul Turf Discussion

Jagd_Tallgeese on How to Steal A Dragon

1 hour ago

Hold on to your butts folks, for their are lot of revisions in this comment:

replaced Blightsoil Druid with Somberwald Sage;replaced Dragon Egg with Dragonmaster Outcast;replaced Hanweir Garrison with Dragonspeaker Shaman;replaced Hanweir Battlements with Gruul Turf;replaced Phyrexian Juggernaut with Kozilek, Butcher of Truth;replaced Polukranos, World Eater with Conduit of Ruin.

Grandmasterdel on Rage Tendencies

1 month ago

Thanks for the tips MagicalHacker, I DO need Gruul Turf!!

Actually, I did remove Blessings of Nature a while ago but made a mistake editing.

As of today, I got rid of Crater Elemental and Lightning Bolt and replace them with Goblin Bombardment and Liege of the Tangle.

shiftertjc on Uril, herald of Naya's aura [EDH]

1 month ago

Bear Umbra so you can cast on your second main phase.
Sublime Archangel since this deck is a voltron (commander only) based deck.
Swords to Plowshares is a cheaper alternative to Path to Exile and let's face it, you'll be hitting hard enough!
Enlightened Tutor because aura decks are meant to make one big, unstoppable creature fast, and tutoring is the way to get that.
I also recommend removing taplands and return lands like Gruul Turf, they slow you down to much.
Chromatic Lantern instead of Obelisk of Naya for consistency.
Angelic Benediction another good exalted card.
Cultivate and Kodama's Reach are required cards for green decks, they're just TOO good. Explosive Vegetation is also a good one.

I know it's not exactly a good suggestion, but if you want to build a deck around attacking with a really buffed up aura creature, you could try switching commanders to someone like Rafiq of the Many. Running blue will allow you auras like Steel of the Godhead and Aqueous Form, as well as Finest Hour. Creatures like Bruna, Light of Alabaster and Sovereigns of Lost Alara are amazing aswell, especially Bruna as a commander.

Good luck sir!

MagicalHacker on Rage Tendencies

2 months ago

This is a great start, but allow me to provide a couple of replacements that will make this deck even scarier:

Gruul Turf is not only a color fixing land, but if you don't have any lands to play, it can bounce itself, meaning you get landfall every turn.

Blessings of Nature, Crater Elemental, Generator Servant, Lightning Bolt, Nova Chaser, and Hornet Nest are all effects that don't synergize with your commander in that big of a way, so I'd suggest replacing those with Evolutionary Leap, Nissa's Renewal, Rampaging Baloths, Khalni Heart Expedition, Courser of Kruphix, Where Ancients Tread, and Warstorm Surge.

Pommesmitsenf on Hell Hath No Fury

3 months ago

You said you are concerned with your mana base. Here are some considerations for you:

ADD: Reflecting Pool, City of Brass, Mana Confluence, the off color fetches Polluted Delta and Flooded Strand (more if you have them), Krosan Verge, Murmuring Bosk

REMOVE: Ash Barrens, Gruul Turf, Orzhov Basilica, Naya Panorama, Jund Panorama and Jungle Shrine

sadcasual on Combros Ultra Low Budget Version

3 months ago

Hi Aethos! Blind Obedience is playable because Extort is considered reminder text of the mechanic, not card text, for the purpose of color identity. It's a pretty odd rule, but a helpful one for decks like these! The core combo is flexible, which is part of the reason I used this general. The most obvious variation is Jeskai Ascendancy + Sprout Swarm , with a few creatures on the board. Playing the 'swarm with buyback untaps all your creatures, who can then tap to play it again. This draws through your entire deck, creates unlimited tokens, which themselves have arbitrarily high power and toughness. When you draw Ulamog, the Infinite Gyre, you hold him until you get Anger in hand, then pitch Ulamog, getting your graveyard back in the deck, and then pitch anger on the next cycle, giving your saprolings haste. If you don't have a mountain, you dig until you find a relevant land or a land tutor, if you've already dropped your land for the turn. As a side effect, if you have the critical mass of creatures to repeat Sprout swarms,you will also generate unlimited mana, which makes it possible to also win by targeting opponents with Blue Sun's Zenith, or by digging until you find Laboratory Maniac. There are other variants on the combo though. Flame Jab + Jeskai Ascendancy + Life from the Loam is also infinite, replacing the draw trigger with a dredge, then casting life from the loam to get 3 lands, then casting Flame Jab either once or twice, depending on how many cards you want to draw on the cycle. This can also generate infinite mana, draw your entire library, and requires fewer mana generating creatures on the board, being possible with only a Fatestitcher and Gruul Turf. The fact that it can go off with only a single piece in play(ascendancy) and two to three in the yard is what drew me to this deck in the first place! Obviously Intuition would be massive in this deck, but the price limitations this version operates on necessities cutting it. Since I started working on it, more possibilities have emerged. Jeskai Ascendancy + Life from the Loam + Selvala, Explorer Returned is infinite as well, assuming you get reasonably lucky with your Selvala activations! Rather than relying on Flame Jab + Jeskai Ascendancy to get a draw for dredge, you use Selvala's activation. This is a bit risky, since giving your opponents massive portions of their deck is dangerous.I really should have put this stuff in the description, shouldn't I?

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