Kami of the Crescent Moon


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

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Set Rarity
Conspiracy: Take the Crown (CN2) Rare
Saviors of Kamigawa (SOK) Rare

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Kami of the Crescent Moon

Legendary Creature — Spirit

At the beginning of each player's draw step, that player draws a card.

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Kami of the Crescent Moon Discussion

Maizena on Nekusar, the Friendship Destroyer

3 weeks ago

Thanks for the comment, luther. I think I'm going to test Sphinx's Tutelage, maybe sacking Kami of the Crescent Moon.

Planar Void will turn my Kess, Dissident Mage useless, but Leyline of the Void is pretty good (I'm thinking about sacking Geier Reach Sanitarium and running 37 lands).

Darth_Savage on Owl-ing Mine

3 weeks ago

Hi DaFerra

I notice your not splashing red (for Sudden Impact or as you mentioned Runeflare Trap and Wheel of Fate might be amusing) or running Kami of the Crescent Moon, is the Ebony Owl Netsuke alone able to provide enough damage?

I also wondered if a black splash might help, I'm thinking of Master of the Feast (5/5 body and the disadvantage plays to your plan) mostly, but maybe Fate Unraveler.

I guess either splash would raise the cost of the deck a fair bit as you would need fetches and shocks... Have a +1 for a different deck that looks fun.

cdkime on Draw, Ping, Repeat

1 month ago

Wheels are a double-edged sword. While they give you a large number of cards, they sometimes force you to discard items you'd rather keep. Enter Library of Leng. This allows you to safely play many wheels--discarding what you do not need, but redrawing the cards you'd rather keep.

Helm of the Ghastlord is a powerful win condition. When you play a wheel effect, they set aside their hand, and then are forced to discard each card they draw. If they cannot answer this card immediately or have no permanents to remove a Ghastlord-enchanted Nekusar, they've lost.

You should add Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind to your main list--he goes pseudo-infinite with Curiosity and Helm of the Ghastlord.

Phyresis is absurd alongside wheels, allowing you to very quickly kill each opponent.

Sigil of Sleep turns each wheel effect into a one-sided wrath.

Whip of Erebos can recover a significant amount of health whenever you play a wheel.

I would not recomend cards like Temple Bell, Dictate of Kruphix, Howling Mine, Kami of the Crescent Moon, or Master of the Feast. They seem like they're good on paper, and fit well with Nekusar. In reality, I've found them to be quite terrible. When Nekusar is not on the field, they're dead draws, and don't further your victory. Further, Nekusar's biggest drawback is his feeding enemies cards, increasing the chance they'll find answers to your deck--when you're giving your enemies cards, you want to do so in big, explosive ways, preferably ones that disrupt their hand. Temple Bell and its ilk end up helping your enemies more than they harm them.

I don't think Spiteful Visions is worth it. It hurts you as much as it hurts your enemies, which can easily get you killed. That said, it's a bit fun to play alongside Whip of Erebos.

IAmTheWraith on Savage Cheeks

1 month ago

I love the idea of Kami of the Crescent Moon as a noninfinite commander! I am in the same boat with my deck, it is currently my favorite deck to play at the moment, but once dom comes out that may change.

The Fat Blue Weirdo

Commander / EDH IAmTheWraith


Take a look at it, I think your rendition of The Fat Blue Weirdo and mine are in the same spirit.

Anyways enough of me. +1!

KumaLKS on Nekusar

1 month ago

Phyresis for nekusar Burning Inquiry Kami of the Crescent Moon are all musts in Nekusar decks

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