Harvest Season


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Arena [BETA] Legal
Brawl Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Amonkhet (AKH) Rare

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Harvest Season


Search your library for up to X basic land cards, where X is the number of tapped creatures you control, and put those cards onto the battlefield tapped. Then shuffle your library.

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Harvest Season Discussion

Eshed on Sidar/Tana

1 week ago

I fell in love with this list when I saw your deck tech video. So much in fact that I decided to build it myself! I had to make a few changes since I didn't have all of the cards you included, but I stuck to your list by replacing cards with close parallels. For example, Mirran Crusader became Silverblade Paladin, Hornet Queen became Deranged Hermit, and Meekstone became Marble Titan. You weren't kidding, this deck is surprisingly effective! It's won almost every time I played it. Harvest Season has netted me up to nine lands! Thank you for sharing this deck!

SynergyBuild on Mycoloth ramp

2 weeks ago

+1! Love the list!

Would you consider Harvest Season or Elvish Mystic?

SynergyBuild on Tokens

2 weeks ago

+1! Love the list!

Would you consider Harvest Season?

Firebird on Modern Elvish Swarm

4 weeks ago

Consider the nut draw, which is actually fairly frequent:

Turn 1: Land, Elvish Mystic or Llanowar Elves Turn 2: Land, Heritage Druid, tap second land + dork for Dwynen's Elite. Tap Elite, token, and Druid for GGG and put out Elvish Archdruid (or you could run something like Harvest Season and have 4 creatures and 6 lands out on turn 2, which I used to do) Turn 3: They'd better have answers, because you now have at least 7 mana. Hardcasting a turn 3 Akroma's Memorial or a CoCo or the like is pretty strong. Or with Ezuri you can go HAM.

I'm considering finding room in my deck for Steel Leaf Champion, too. He's just so strong. Plus, he's an Elf with an eyepatch. An eyepatch Elf! How cool is that?

elgosu1337 on Sek'Kuar, The Meat Master

1 month ago

Really like what you're doing here by repeatedly killing creatures and turning them into tokens. Also a big fan of Ogre Battledriver and Primal Forcemage effects, which I've used to great effect in many decks. Ghoulcaller Gisa is great to convert the pumped tokens into many pumped Zombies (even more so with Coat of Arms). Token doublers like Parallel Lives and Doubling Season also help, especially when you stack the token generation, e.g. Emrakul's Evangel into Descent of the Dragons turns each land into 4 Dragons. They also give infinite ETBs with Tooth and Claw which deals infinite damage with Pandemonium or makes infinite beasts with Fresh Meat or 2 token-doubling enchantments.

If animating lands is the main game plan, you might want a couple more land ramp spells like Skyshroud Claim and Harvest Season (which doubles your lands when you tap all your lands then animate them). World Shaper is great to bring back your lands, and also contributes to the creature count.

I have a very similar deck concept in a General Tazri / Zada, Hedron Grinder shell, do check it out below!

Neon Emrakul's Evangelion

Thermoptic on Can I tap an attacking ...

1 month ago

Say i want to tap when attacking with a creature that have vigilance, is this ok? Or is this not possible? Maybe want to use Harvest Season and have as many creatures as possible tapped.

The http://mtg.wikia.com/wiki/Vigilance says "It is a static ability that means the affected creature does not need to tap when attacking." The text says not need, so I guess i can attack an tap as usual if I choose to do so?

t3hdarkness on Slimefoot beginner

1 month ago

The interesting thing about Slimefoot is just how sufficient he is. All you really need is your Commander and a pile of lands.

First thing though. Did you mean to label this as a Brawl deck, or are you intending to add cards to make it into an EDH deck?

Eitherway, Growing Rites of Itlimoc  Flip will be an all-star. Harvest Season and Hour of Promise will help you play out your lands to power up Slimefoot. Verdant Force and Tendershoot Dryad will put more saprolings on the field each upkeep.

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