Hazezon Tamar

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Masters Edition III (ME3) Rare
Legends (LEG) Rare
Magic Online Promo Cards (MOP) Rare

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Tokens

Hazezon Tamar

Legendary Creature — Human Warrior

When Hazezon Tamar enters the battlefield, put X 1/1 Sand Warrior creature tokens that are red, green, and white onto the battlefield at the beginning of your next upkeep, where X is the number of lands you control at that time.

When Hazezon leaves the battlefield, exile all Sand Warriors.

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Hazezon Tamar Discussion

Darkshadow327 on Attack of the Horde (EDH Tribal Series #9)

1 week ago

This deck has gone through 3 iterations, each bringing a different color identity. The deck started at Mardu with Zurgo Helmsmasher, then 4 color with Saskia the Unyielding, and now finally full WUBRG with Najeela, the Blade-Blossom. So a lot of the cards you have been in the deck at one point.

Aven Wind Guide is definitely a cards I need to think about, Brighthearth Banneret as well. Champion of Lambholt was in the running during the Saskia stage, but was cut because I didn't think it would do great, but it definitely would now. Rushblade Commander was under consideration as well, but looking back I should have cut Madrush Cyclops instead. Thrasher Brute will be considered as well.

Aura Shards would be a good idea seeing as this deck has the capacity to produce tons of tokens. Settle the Wreckage is a nice instant speed board wipe, and you underestimate Insidious Will. It is awesome to just turn someone's Path to Exile or other ambush effect when you are attacking and turn it against its caster.

Card draw isn't a huge concern, but there is always a place for it. Both Obelisk of Urd and Door of Destinies were in here at a point, they will have to find a spot once again.

You also underestimate Aggravated Assault I won't always have Najeela, and there is a possibility that I won't have WUBRG.

Hazezon Tamar is mostly here for more tokens, and Dakkon Blackblade is a beast, he can get huge. This can draw attention away from other cards, or just do some damage. Ezuri, Claw of Progress, is a nice card. All these tokens that get produced give me experience counters, allowing me to dump counters on stuff until my opponents are forced to get rid of Ezuri. Jazal Goldmane is nice because if I have a lot of tokens it makes them huge.

The +2/+2 affect of Bear Umbra is just a perk, the real power comes from the "When this creature attacks, untap all lands you control"

Thanks for the suggestions, this will help the deck advance and become better!

NapoleonBonaparte on Hazezon Tamar price Spike?

1 week ago

Hazezon Tamar is pretty good in the new Najeela, the Blade-Blossom EDH deck. But as clayperce mentioned pretty much all of the reserved list cards have spiked steadily in the past year or so.

Fizzz on Hazezon Tamar price Spike?

1 week ago

Does anyone know why Hazezon Tamar's price spiked so much?

rockleemyhero on H: random high value stuff, ...

2 months ago

Hey guys, I have some random high value stuff Im not using in my binder

TimetwisterGB (gold bordered/collectors edition and damaged, value at $300 trade value)

Living PlaneIT

Hazezon TamarIT

Unlisted Wheel of Fortune and Grim Monolith to put towards duals

Thalia, Guardian of ThrabenF

Johnny, Combo Player F

Oracle of Mul DayaF

Kozilek, Butcher of Truth

mikeaus, the unhallowed

Kaalia of the Vastfoil icon

Im interested in Tundra, Volcanic Island, Underground Sea (dont care about condition) and Force of Wills and a couple Jace, the Mind Sculptor! I am also open to selling these or stuff in my binder under TCG low so I can buy the cards I want. Thanks for looking!

Agent_Fire on If magic colors were book ...

2 months ago

I kinda think it might be Naya. Hazezon Tamar represents Muad'Dib really well

clayperce on So I Want to Build ...

4 months ago

Arcaneful,
I love Naya colors, and not just for the fatties.
I'm surprised nobody has mentioned the Token theme yet, as it's one of my absolute favorites:

Some already mentioned:

Please let us know what you end up doing! And good luck on the build!

clayperce on Need some help dusting off ...

6 months ago

bushido_man96,
Thanks for the suggestions.

I actually ran Verdant Force in the early days of the deck, but found it EXTREMELY slow. For 8 mana, I was very happy to swap it out for Utvara Hellkite. Unfortunately, Verdant Embrace is just as slow.

I've gone back and forth on Second Harvest, but have never actually tired it out. I'll give it a relook.

I really enjoy Goblin Bombardment (especially when paired with Goblin Sharpshooter) and it's been on Rith's maybeboard for ages now. But I think it's probably just a better fit in my Hazezon Tamar deck than in this one.

Thanks again!

clayperce on Smashface Gardening with Rith

7 months ago

rockleemyhero,
I'll give Heroic Intervention a hard look. I've got a couple (from Standard) so it'd be easy to swap one in. I like Boros Charm in that role (because of all the additional modes), but the redundancy from Intervention could be nice.

That's SO cool to hear you're breaking Rith out again too!

And yeah, Naya has some absolutely insane ETB effects ... I've got those (and also a bunch of sac' effects) in my Hazezon Tamar deck. With Rith though, I basically just have Mana Echoes and some X-spells ... leaving room for a few Dragons :-)
Also, watch out other Token decks if you run Pandemonium, because it's symmetrical. IMO, Warstorm Surge is well worth the extra mana.

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