Natural State

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Hero Legal
Heirloom Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Standard Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Oath of the Gatewatch Common

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Natural State

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Destroy target artifact or enchantment with converted mana cost 3 or less.

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Natural State Discussion

moonbeee on The Night's Watch

2 days ago

@codpieceofjustice Brave the Elements does not protect from any sweepers as they do not target.

@Sinchiroca The green is for Collected Company, which is a house in this deck. Gavony Township is must have in any deck that is running creatures and G/W. Also this is a modern deck so Swords to Plowshares is illegal, although the Dawn Charm might be decent sideboard tech. Probably better than rootborn defences.

Speaking of which, Sundering Growth is kind of expensive for what it does in this deck. There are not enough token generators to make it's upside count. I'd rather have Natural State or Fragmentize.

Oloro_Magic on Alemanf

3 days ago

For Natural State your only real option is Appetite for the Unnatural, for Lambholt Pacifist maybe something like Rishkar, Peema Renegade or Bitterblade Warrior, and then Nissa, Voice of Zendikar for Arborback Stomper, of course not knowing the Ixalan cards the options are limited.

Alemanf on Oloro_Magic

3 days ago

Hi! Since Lambholt Pacifist  Flip , Natural State , Nissa, Voice of Zendikar are soon going out of standard I was thinking to replace them with other cards. Any suggestion?

goblinguiderevealpls on Ezuri, Simic Schemer

6 days ago

Heres some suggestions in case you start running into orbs, but i see you have Counterspell Krosan Grip and Beast Within, thats already decent if in opening hand.

Anyways, these may be useful in sideboard in case of oppressive artifacts etc without hurting your mana curve

Caustic Caterpillar

Elvish Scrapper

Nature's Claim

Natural State

Ainok Survivalist

Annul

Spell Snare

Ceremonious Rejection

Alemanf on Oloro_Magic

1 week ago

Thanks again man! You're helping me a lot :)red and white decks are not my favourite decks and I would prefer to use B or G.I found this deck and some says is good:

4 Blossoming Defense4 Greenbelt Rampager4 Lambholt Pacifist  Flip4 Resilient Khenra4 Rhonas's Last Stand4 Narnam Renegade4 Longtusk Cub3 Nissa, Voice of Zendikar4 Ramunap Hydra2 Kessig Prowler  Flip4 Hashep Oasis4 Sunscorched Desert4 Desert of the Indomitable7 Forest4 Attune with Aether2 Natural State4 Rabid Bite3 Appetite for the Unnatural4 Clear Shot2 Creeping Mold

What do you think? You also said that mono black zombie deck won't be so good. How can you tell that? Is there already a list of the next expansion's cards? If there is, what decks you suppose are going to be good?

clayperce on Black-Green Pummeler

1 week ago

TuckerMTG,
I'm seeing a fair amount of post-board Solemnity from decks that can play it. If that's an issue in your meta, you may want to find room for some Enchantment hate in the sideboard. I use Natural State whenever I can, but some metas (here's looking at you, Torrential Gearhulk) demand Appetite for the Unnatural.

zapsdiputs on Hapatra's Death Snake Party -1/-1 Counters

2 weeks ago

If you wanted to play a few basic lands and not slower tapped lands Attune with Aether + Aether Hub makes Harnessed Lightning a much bigger burn spell that may be helpful later on that abrade and push can't deal with. Another thing is running something like possible more enchantment removal like Appetite for the Unnatural or Natural State (maybe a two of each in sideboard) to deal with Cast Out's and a number of other stuff that can get annoying (Solemnity,etc) because only 2 artifact/enchantment removals might not get the job done. Also I run Cut / Ribbons in a similar deck and omg is it ever helpful and awesome to have in. Just a few thoughts.

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