Loaming Shaman

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Core Set 2020 (M20) Uncommon
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 their graveyard into their library.

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Loaming Shaman Discussion

Ninokun on seshiro_of_the_orochi

1 month ago

Thanks, for suggesting Loaming Shaman since seems to have improved competitiveness ratio to my centaur deck. Thanks a lot.

Ninokun on Battalion of Centaurs (Part I: The first clash)

1 month ago

Actually, that sounds very good. I was looking for a 3-drop creature to adjust the mana curve. I was thinking about including another copy of Courser of Kruphix , but it puts me out of my budget. Maybe Loaming Shaman is a possible solution.

seshiro_of_the_orochi on Battalion of Centaurs (Part I: The first clash)

1 month ago

This is a really cool list with some nifty centaur tech. I like it. It seems one big plan is to blow up your own enchantments with Rampage of the Clans ? So you should try some copies of Loaming Shaman to recurr these enchantment.

Chhris on Bad Real Estate

1 month ago

Oh man! Have you built that deck? Would love to play against it when I come back to Adelaide in October!

I have on order The Gitrog Monster , Omnath, Locus of Rage , Ramunap Excavator , and Mina and Denn, Wildborn They are all going awesome in this, and should take the deck from good to great. Underrealm Lich is another I'm getting that you should too. I'm hoping the The Mending of Dominaria is something I'm also hoping will perform.

Having access to red makes a big difference. Tectonic Reformation is a big one. Reap the Past , too and Rubblehulk is so strong. Also Living Twister is a whole lot stronger.

Elvish Reclaimer from the new set is pretty exciting. I also think Loaming Shaman has value.

Dragaan on Lushy bushy

2 months ago

Have you seen the other interesting new green spoils? This set's just getting started and already they've spoiled some BOMBS. WOTC has been doing a great job getting players hyped by raising the power level and with much-needed reprints, etc (ie. Goblin Ringleader is now in m20 and modern legal, just as modern goblins is already looking like a tier1 deck....they give it the main missing-link from legacy goblins that everyone was afraid of - or dying for). Oh yea, and ALL the leylines are in M20! Hurray! "Protection from" is now back "on a probationary status", lol.

New Green Stuff So Far

Season of Growth, Growth Cycle , and Veil of Summer are all quite interesting. Maybe not quite what we're looking for, but they all COULD fit in the deck. Loaming Shaman seems like a cool card for graveyard hate. Like Collector Ouphe , if the/your meta get out of control with graveyard stuff or artifact stuff you could even maindeck those guys, haha. Could. :)

Magraal on Yeva Draw-Grow

4 months ago

Argothian Elder goes infinite with Maze of Ith during combat, or Wirewood Lodge + either Nykthos or Cradle outside of combat.

Elvish Guidance turns any land into a Cradle, which goes great with Arbor Elf .

Copperhorn Scout gives a mana boost mid-combat, allowing you to drop a surprise Craterhoof Behemoth .

Eladamri, Lord of Leaves can be held in the hand until the moment someone tries to kill your elves, then dropped at instant speed to counter the spell/ability. Note that this shuts off Wirewood Lodge so Temur Sabertooth can be necessary to get him back off the field. Heroic Intervention provides a similar effect for the same cost, but only once (unless you have ewit shenanigans ready).

Elvish Harbinger is one of the best tutors going for elfball decks.

Ezuri, Renegade Leader is another infinite mana outlet that wins games.

Heritage Druid gives you the ability to tap elves for mana on the turn they come down, and pairs up with Lys Alana Huntmaster really well.

Joraga Warcaller can be played early as a minor lord to keep your weenies alives, then bounced and re-played later when you have a surplus of mana.

Krosan Restorer is a far better version of Voyaging Satyr even though it costs 1 more.

Loaming Shaman is great grave-hate that can also double up as recursion if you've got the draw engine started.

Nullmage Shepherd will make artifact / enchantment based decks scoop on the spot.

Patron of the Orochi untaps itself every turn along with every other creature you control (but also every green creature and forest at the table).

Realm Seekers often comes down as a huge beater, and tutors up any land at instant speed.

Skyshroud Poacher will win you the game unless it is immediately removed. Best elf tutor ever printed.

Treefolk Harbinger topdecks you a forest on turn 1, also tutors up Lignify if necessary.

Ulvenwald Tracker removes nasty threats, especially in conjunction with Vigor .

spiral_te on In response...permanent-ly!

4 months ago

PS: I forgot to mention about Leviathan: what I'm worried about is: cast Surge, hit labman, then hit Leviathan, you lose. It's kind of a corner case, but it's something I frown at. Also, if you need to bring GY hate back in, Loaming Shaman could come back in and replace Murkfiend Liege or add Scavenger Grounds

lonesentinel on In response...permanent-ly!

4 months ago

spiral_te thanks for comments/suggestions!

I agree for point 1-7.

  • The original reason I put in Expedition Map is that I based the deck around the 6 flash-enablers. Theres no way to tutor for Vedalken Orrery and Leyline of Anticipation , and only Momir to tutor for Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir and Yeva, Nature's Herald . So the Map is my efficient way to tutor out Alchemist's Refuge and Winding Canyons . I would shift over to a Ulvenwald Hydra for this purpose but I do not have one.

  • Void Grafter is just part of the 'my creature can do what an instant can do' such as Dive Down or Mizzium Skin but I guess this is pretty situational and I would have to leave 3 mana open always.

  • I agree for the cuts to Kiora's follower, but not for Gyre engineer. Both were meant to be manadorks and I was guessing I need to ramp fast to be able to cast things on multiple turns. Genesis hydra was just thematic of the 'cheating creatures out'.

  • For Prowling Serpopard/Gaea's Herald, it's not really needed in my playgroup, since I'm the one that usually plays counterspells most of the time.

  • I'm looking to slot in Kederekt Leviathan for a 'cyclonic rift' effect that can be used twice due to unearth. But my considerations are that I'll need to build up my board again, so this would probably be used more when I'm behind. So i've opted to put in Profaner of the Dead and Scourge of Fleets as my AOE boardclear instead. What are your thoughts on adding the Leviathan?

Still need to cut 5 more :(

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