Hazezon Tamar

Legality

Format Legality
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal

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Set Rarity
Masters Edition III Rare
Legends Rare
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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

RazortoothMtg on Saskia Points Farming

2 months ago

Nintura: Because I obviously can't count. In you go, Hazezon Tamar!

clayperce on Wolf Run Ramp (Turboland in Kaladesh)

3 months ago

myronrocks,
Yeah the 'fail to find' thing can be a real problem ... I discovered that kind of the hard way with a Hazezon Tamar land-ramp EDH deck!

On thin vs. draw, I'm sure Frank Karsten has done the math, but I usually wimp out and take the "does it feel right" play-testing approach :-)

Here it is: Bad Beats (KLD Energy). I'm also testing Wanderer in my Electrostatic Pummeler deck, but I'm much less sure about it there.

-Bean- on Card creation challenge

3 months ago

Hazezon, Defender of Jamuraa

Planeswalker - Hazezon

+1: Create two 1/1 white, green and red Sand Warrior creature tokens.

-1: Untap up to X target lands, where X is the number of creatures you control.

-5: You get an emblem with "lands you control have ': target creature gets +1/+1 until end of turn'".

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It's Hazezon Tamar meets Koth of the Hammer.

Create some sort of modal card that lets you "Choose two. You may choose the same mode more than once." And let's make it multicolored, too.

HarroHunter on [List - Multiplayer] EDH Generals by Tier

4 months ago

Wee_Dragonaut As a Hazezon Tamar player I won't comment on where I think he should be ranked, however, I do think you're underestimating him. He's in very good colors for tokens, and often times doesn't need to even rely on combat to kill the table. He has access to Purphoros, God of the Forge, Impact Tremors, and other similar effects and a good number of tutors to get them. Also I think a pseudo-Avenger of Zendikar effect in the command zone is more powerful than you're giving it credit for. Like I said I won't say what tier he should go in but I will say that he's far from unplayable.

Wee_Dragonaut on [List - Multiplayer] EDH Generals by Tier

4 months ago

Thanks Ohthenoises!

In addition, as I was browsing through the T3 list, I don't think Hazezon Tamar belongs in T3. He (or they, or it) is expensive, has the worst color combination for a three color deck, and has a relatively irrelevant ability. Hazezon Tamar is not T5 bad, but he probably deserves to be bumped down to T4 in my opinion.

darthskat on The Golden Company

4 months ago

It is a lot of fun to play. It can be surprisingly explosive with a strong starting 7.

Its actually been a while since i've updated the list or looked at new sets but Second Harvest + Goblin Bushwhacker can win a game a turn after casting Hazezon Tamar. thanks for bringing it to my attention.

any suggestions on what to cut to make room for it?

GS10 on Elemental Fireworks

4 months ago

To my experience, Omnath tends to be removed a lot just to avoid the death triggers, but it still leaves behind all the 5/5 tokens. If Hazezon Tamar gets removed you instantly get your gameplan undermined. At the same cost, I'd definitely favour Omnath. I really like the deck and Omnath as a general!

TzickyT on Elemental Fireworks

4 months ago

i m trying to run Hazezon Tamar but am also intrested to build an omnath deck. any suggestion that u would say if u had to choose between the two ?

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