Nature's Spiral


Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
2011 Core Set (M11) Uncommon
Duels of the Planeswalkers (DPA) Uncommon
2010 Core Set (M10) Uncommon

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Nature's Spiral


Return target permanent card from your graveyard to your hand. (A permanent card is an artifact, creature, enchantment, land, or planeswalker card.)

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Nature's Spiral Discussion

samuelmood11 on Which deck should I take ...

3 months ago

Quick revision. Nature's Spiral exchanged for Gaea's Blessing

samuelmood11 on Which deck should I take ...

3 months ago

Dropped Utopia Sprawl and a few extra copies of some other cards to add Harmonize and Nature's Spiral in Creature Breaker.

Freezingfist on The Plants, They're Moving...

4 months ago

Casual office games?!

Are you guys hiring?

With this much plant synergy, I think Descendants' Path could be a fun/janky inclusion.

Can make an interesting combo with and Noxious Revival (which I think is better than Nature's Spiral, but also more costly)

As long as you have a plant in play, put a plant from your graveyard on top of your library, and during your upkeep, put it into play.

Just a thought. Regardless, cool build!

flintshadowrider on Try Stomping These Bugs

5 months ago

Since this deck is mono green, maybe Revive over Nature's Spiral

cbeard on Queen of the Crop

10 months ago

Have you gotten to try Nissa, Vital Force? I have usually favored creatures and enchantments in Karametra, but the synergy between Karametra's ability and Nissa's rather accessible emblem, and utility from expensive and repeatable Nature's Spiral, seem too strong to ignore.

legendofa on Exile Breaker -**On to something here**-

11 months ago

In this deck, I would see green's role as reclaiming cards that you can reuse or don't want to lose , with Nature's Spiral, Eternal Witness, and Riftsweeper. The deck does hold up well on its own, and green might just end up diluting it and reducing its power while increasing consistency.

whoniversereview on Mina and Denn Extreme Budget

11 months ago

wadledo: Stonebrow was just added to give the tramplers +2/+2. Since Mina and Denn, Wildborn can give trample, I just wanted a card that could enhance that part of their ability. I originally thought of having Attune with Aether in the deck, but Savage Ventmaw replaced it.

VanDerTroll: If you want to slightly bump the budget up, you can easily put in more cheap sacrifice lands like Ash Barrens (this card will come down in price soon), Archaeological Dig, Balduvian Trading Post, Jund Panorama, Centaur Garden, Crystal Vein, Throne of the High City, Warped Landscape, Mountain Valley, etc. These can replace some of the basic lands. Then, you can replace some of the "Ramp" cards with a few cards that will get these lands back from the graveyard, like Cartographer, Groundskeeper, Nature's Spiral (Which I might add to this decklist anyway), Pulse of Murasa, Stoic Builder, Tilling Treefolk, Woodland Guidance, and mostly -- Splendid Reclamation. If you go this route, I would definitely consider replacing one of the creatures with Centaur Vinecrasher.
Of course, there are many other things you can do, also. You can switch out Mina and Denn with Omnath, Locus of Rage for your commander. They both pilot the deck in different ways, but I built it to be compatible with both. As I pointed out in the description as well, Restore and Rampaging Baloths are great additions, and both are pretty inexpensive. Restore can steal the Evolving Wilds/Wooded Foothills out of somebody else's graveyard. So, that's always fun. Avenger of Zendikar is a $5 card that's a staple for landfall.
The very first thing I would upgrade, though, would be the land base. There are so many options here, and it all depends on how much you want to spend. If you're in the $10-$15 card range, Stomping Ground is a must-have. If you're looking more in the $1-3 range, Kessig Wolf Run, Reliquary Tower, Tectonic Edge, and Ghost Quarter are all great additions.

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