Loaming Shaman


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan 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
Commander 2015 (C15) Rare
Dissension (DIS) Rare

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Loaming Shaman

Creature — Centaur Shaman

When Loaming Shaman enters the battlefield, target player shuffles any number of target cards from his or her graveyard into his or her library.

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Loaming Shaman Discussion

Streakist on Spy Cat (with Primer!)

1 week ago

Loaming Shaman acts a bit like Worldspine Wurm and Arashin Sovereign, if you sac him with the ETB trigger on the stack you can shuffle him back in like he has a built in Soldevi Digger. Plus it has applications in other scenarios.

Loyaldingo on Ishkanah, delirious spiderz v2

1 month ago

I like this deck's mainboard build. I honestly can not find anything wrong with it. My only suggestion is to maybe sideboard a copy or two of Loaming Shaman since it offers a extra bit of graveyard control.

xaerusblade on Sideboard for the poorest elves

4 months ago

if you want a graveyard creature hate that takes out a lot of specific cards away from the graveyard and fast you are looking at Loaming Shaman otherwise you can stick with Scavenging Ooze

IlGuale on Sideboard for the poorest elves

4 months ago

Thanks everybody. About graveyard hate, i am looking for a creature so i won't reduce my threat density and i won't riks to shuffle it away with Lead the Stampede ecc. So far, i found no elf with that sort of ability on gatherer and the only creatures i deem good enough are Scavenging Ooze and Loaming Shaman, but they're still no tutor target.

BabyK on Draw Engine Commanders

5 months ago

Edric for sure and even sub-optimal budget builds can be annoying to play against, if not overly competitive. A $50 edric deck beat my $600 Kaalia deck for instance. Counterspells, bounce effects and near endless card draw put that deck where it is.

Selvala is best used as a combo deck. Umbral Mantle can potential go infinite with her, or, if you have already generated infinite mana with a Priest of Titania and the mantle, you can attach the mantel to selvala and make everyone draw their decks. Of course you would want a safeguard here with (if looking for budget options) Elixir of Immortality or Loaming Shaman

TheTeddler on Madd Gaddz

5 months ago

Leaning into the enchantress package and adding more controlling pieces could be great. eg:- Ethersworn Canonist- Hokori, Dust Drinker- Imposing Sovereign- Loaming Shaman- Choke

Other general notes:- Oblivion Ring effects fit with enchantress theme- Oust is good- Fiend Hunter and similar effects could be good tempo plays- new 3 mana dinosaur which sacs to kill an artifact is good- Fauna Shaman, Eldritch Evolution and Chord of Calling helps the toolbox side- Samurai of the Pale Curtain is better than Stonecloaker most likely- Dauntless Escort seems fine to prevent wraths- having Yisan, the Wanderer Bard and a few pieces for him to tutor is good too - if your curve is quite low he can hit a lot of different stuff quickly

Some ideas more in this list too: Explorey-Os! Selvala Combo/Stax

multimedia on Goddamn Mongorians! Temur EDH

6 months ago

Hey, I have several suggestions.

You don't need 41x lands since you're only three colors. 36x lands is enough especially since there's already land ramp, Signets (very good adding Signets). I suggest replacing some two drop dorks, Zhur-Taa Druid and Whisperer of the Wilds with one drop dorks.

For the manabase I recommend these budget lands:

These land suggestions are lands that ETB untapped you can use them for mana the turn they're played. Command Tower is one of the best lands in Commander budget or not because it can make any color that your Commander is as well as always ETB untapped.

I suggest adding the mana dorks:

If you ask me what's the best card for Temur? I would say Rattleclaw because it's a two drop dork who can make one mana or any of the colors you need. The runner up would be Temur Ascendancy which you're already playing, very nice.

As you play more Commander you'll understand how important the avg. CMC of the deck is. This deck is 4.15. What this means is consistently you will not have anything to play until turn four. This is a causal deck and not being able to consistently play any cards until turn four is okay, but even causal budget Commander decks I make the avg. CMC is 3 or below. I recommend trying to reduce it to 3. The only way to do this is to cut a quite a few high casting cost cards for lower casting cost cards such as two drops, three drops and four drops.

One thing that excited players just learning Commander and building decks for the first time tend to do is jam all the biggest best creatures/cards into a deck. But you don't need or really want to do this because it completely destroys the mana curve. The mana curve is important because it's how you determine the avg. CMC of the deck ultimately determining how fast you can consistently play the cards in the deck. The approach I use when teaching new players Commander is pick 10-12x big creatures/cards you want to play. When I say big I mean cards with five to six plus mana costs. Here you're playing 25x cards that have five or higher costs, this too many. You risk consistently getting many opening hands with nothing but these high cost cards which you won't be able to play until the late game.

Examining the high cost cards here these are in my opinion the best ones:

  • Acidic Slime
  • Sarkhan Unbroken
  • Xenagos, God of Revels

  • Hellkite Charger
  • See the Unwritten
  • Ruric Thar, the Unbowed
  • Savage Ventmaw
  • Intet, the Dreamer

  • Dragonlord Atarka
  • Atarka, World Render

  • Stonehoof Chieftain

To help the mana curve start with keeping these good high cost cards and cutting all the rest I didn't list.

What can you add in the place of the cards I recommend you cut? Here are some budget Commander staples in Temur colors. Each is less than $1:

These suggestions are mostly two drops, three drops with three four drops, one five drop and one six drop. Adding these cards will drastically reduce the mana curve. You're not playing very much draw other than Ascendancy I suggest adding Bond, Bestiary and Harvest to help with this.

Good luck with your deck.

clayperce on "New" format: Diminishing

7 months ago

This sounds really fun. Do y'all think shuffle-graveyard-into-library effects (e.g., Primal Command Mode 3, and Loaming Shaman) would be too strong?

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