Mana Severance

Mana Severance


Search your library for any number of land cards and exile them. Then shuffle your library.

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Tempest (TMP) Rare

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Highlander Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Mana Severance occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.0%

Mana Severance Discussion

Destroyerbirb on Cascading Food Chain

1 month ago

stiefanu, after Cascading through your library, you can have a card like Mana Severance to exile the lands in your library (since you will Cascade through your deck (Make sure you have no permanents with CMC 8+)).

Another way to go would be making a huge Walking Ballista and shooting your opponents down, or attacking with all the creatures you cast with Cascade. (Since they have haste thanks to Maelstrom Wanderer.)

beets on The National Library of Elkia

2 months ago

I'm from the big help thread lol. You have two Wash Outs listed, dude! Have you considered Mana Severance? You already have so little lands you might as well! :)

zaneanderman on Frenzmanity

3 months ago

My worry with Eladamri's Call was that it doesn't really do anything with Experimental Frenzy out because it tutors into hand, but I agree it seems quite powerful any other time. As for Seedborn Muse, it still seems very powerful, maybe you could cut one of your Warstorm Surge effects? I do like the tutors, and Mana Severance is incredibly powerful, you won't always have Chulane, Teller of Tales out, so probably keep Mystical Tutor.

As for other additions, maybe some cards that have abilities that can be used from hand? Sky Hussar and Skyscribing both seem like good ways to get lands off the top of your deck, and Sky Hussar is a good human in it's own right.

paytongamer on Frenzmanity

3 months ago

I started building decks on TappedOut in 2013. I played for about a year and then stopped playing for a few years before picking back up during the Ixalan block. When it comes to the technical side of TappedOut I am not very knowledgeable. I notice card links are generally broken in older content but I don't know why old decks wouldn't show up. Those have all been retired for a while, though Frenzmanity is, in a way, a descendant of my earlier attempts to build and abuse human tribal in a fun and unique way.

I haven't actually played the deck since I moved Seedborn Muse to the sideboard to get Eladamri's Call into the deck. It is definitely a move the would need to be play tested.

Based on my last run of the deck, I used Vampiric Tutor to get Chulane, Teller of Tales out and it worked so well I decided to look into some tweaks to support that line of play. In that game I was able to get so many lands out with Chulane I didn't need Seedborn Muse. It was only one game and my opponents simply had no answers for my board state. That won't often be the case.

What do you think about running Eladamri's Call solely as a way to find Chulane? Maybe I put Seedborn Muse back in and cut Mystical Tutor. It only has six targets in the entire deck (five if I cut Eladamri). I put it in specifically to be a second copy of Mana Severance but again, with Chulane, Mana Severance is less important. I could see myself casting Mystical Tutor to get Vampiric Tutor (Or now, Eldamri's Call) just so I can find Chulane.

I'd love to hear your opinions. Thanks!

Phurex on Into the Storm with Jhoira - cEDH Historic Combo

4 months ago

Really love the deck! As a Jhoira player myself I've been considering Mana Severance lately to help the consistency of the deck when I'm storming off, but I really can't decide if I really need it or not (and my build is already running less lands than yours, 27). Did you ever consider it?

blfngl on We Love Freebies! *Primer*

5 months ago

I'm failing to see how Goblin Charbelcher will help you win the game. Wouldn't you want it to instantly one-shot an opponent? I'd play Dramatic Reversal (to activate it as many times as you need to) or Mana Severance to take all of the lands out of the deck.

I haven't playtested it, but I will once I have the opportunity to. I'm building my own Yennett deck as well, but have taken it in a far different direction than you have.

Raging_Squiggle on Question About Scouting Trek

6 months ago

During the resolution of a spell or ability, no player has priority and therefore no player can cast spells or activate abilities.

You must wait for Scouting Trek to fully resolve before you’re able to cast Treasure Hunt .

Also, Treasure Hunt reveals until you hit a non-land, so even if you could somehow cast this with no lands in your deck, perhaps with Mana Severance , you’d reveal the first card and be finished, it wouldn’t draw your library.

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