Nature's Way


Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Frontier Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Standard Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Kaladesh (KLD) Uncommon

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Nature's Way


Target creature you control gains vigilance and trample until end of turn. It deals damage equal to its power to target creature you don't control.

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Nature's Way Discussion

CheeseE on standard elves

4 days ago

Ok, here's some more suggestions:

First of all, I see no real reason for you not to run a playset of Hashep Oasis, as it is a mono colored deck.

Another thing is that you don't really have any removal aside from Walking Ballista. Savage Stomp is synergistic with your +1/+1 counter cards, as well as Carnage Tyrant for whatever it's worth. Nature's Way is also just a powerful card. Against control decks you might not want these cards however, which is why I suggest a sideboard. You could swap in a couple Carnage Tyrants in those cases!

brandonsperry25 on nayasaurusrex {updated 10/11}

6 days ago

Argy Nature's Way doesn't trigger enrage though. You deal damage to target creature you don't control. It's not like Prey Upon, for example. Ripjaw Raptor is not going to get the enrage benefit unless it's blocked in that scenario.

Nature's Way could also work well. Just pointing out why Rile would be considered.

Argy on nayasaurusrex {updated 10/11}

6 days ago

I think I am the lone wolf who DOESN'T like Rile.

I would much rather see something like Nature's Way to positively trigger Enrage.

yoni24 on River Heralds' Boon

1 week ago

Time Warp isn't standard legal, and Silvergill Adept will only be legal after rivals of ixalan

switch savage stomp to either Nature's Way if your'e looking for removal or maybe Durable Handicraft\ Lifecrafter's Gift if you need it for the counters

maybe add more Herald of Secret Streams and Botanical Sanctum(if you have the budget for it).

definitely go up at least one Unclaimed Territory, and maybe even some normal tap lands such as Woodland Stream if you don't have budget for the good duel lands

otherwise, nice deck!

djnewellmit on Green Energy Build a Better Future

1 week ago

Nature's Way is a good option in place of Prey Upon. Both are sorcery speed. Prey Upon is one CMC cheaper, but Nature's Way is one-sided (your creature doesn't take damage) and gives both trample and vigilance. I would only recommend Prey Upon in a deck where you are playing Ripjaw Raptor or another Enrage dinosaur.

Ares666 on Giant Snake! Slithery Mighty Friend.

1 week ago

Shaper's Sanctuary, Stinging Shot, Aethersphere Harvester, Nature's Way. I would really think about putting some of these cards in: whether in mainboard or sidedboard to get some control while dealing much damage.

Rivu-Aiasan on Naya Dinosaurs

2 weeks ago

I went with Nature's Way because then the damage won't be dealt back to my creature, making my creatures vulnerable to burn spells.And i like Huatli, Warrior Poet but I haven't wanted to drop the money on her just yet.

DeepbloodEclipse on Thousand Head Hydra

2 weeks ago

Also, I forgot to mention, but green actually has some pretty decent removal, some of the best even. Beast Within to destroy ANYTHING, Nature's Way is great single target removal, altho it's sorcery speed, it is still better then force fighting, because enemy creatures might have Deathtouch or Lifelink, and you don't wanna lose your hydra's and again, because your hydras almost always will have +1/+1 counters on them, Mutant's Prey might be a better choice compared to your Prey Upon, because it is instant speed and not a sorcery, allowing you to use it whenever you want. Naturalize to get rid of pesky Artifacts and enchantments, Raking Canopy if flyers are giving you trouble or instead Aquastrand Spider. Bonds of Mortality if you are facing somebody that likes to ruin your day with Indestructible and Hexproof cards.

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