Oblivion Sower

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Limited Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Highlander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Battle for Zendikar (BFZ) Mythic Rare
Duel Decks: Zendikar vs. Eldrazi (DDP) Mythic Rare

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Oblivion Sower

Creature — Eldrazi

Hooded Hydra enters the battlefield with X +1/+1 counters on it.

When Hooded Hydra dies, put a 1/1 green Snake creature token onto the battlefield for each +1/+1 counter on it.

Morph {3}{G}{G}

As Hooded Hydra is turned face up, put five +1/+1 counters on it.

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Oblivion Sower Discussion

JoosetheMuice on Karador, Ghost Chieftan

1 week ago

So to give this more oomph:

Add Oblivion Sower, Bane of Bala Ged,Breaker of Worlds and Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger (depending on how high your cmc is getting) could all be good adds. I also think you want more speed, you have good creature ramp but I would still run Cultivate and honestly maybe even 1-3 signets; Golgari Signet being the most important. The last category of things are draw to graveyard Moonlight Bargain and Grisly Salvage come to mind. I also kind of link Stinkweed Imp it's a cheap recurrable deathtouch blocker with dredge 5 which I think could be great if you get it in your graveyard early. Other general good things Lightning Greaves for Karador and Ravenous Chupacabra

Cards I really think can go Heartless Summoning Lurking Predators Cauldron of Souls Bloodgift demon Qasali Pridemage Deadbridge Chant (I know I recommended this one, but maybe its a little too slow and too big of a target Sun Titan (you don't have a ton of targets for it) Luminate Primordial seems a little underpowered, especially when down to 1 opponent

hkhssweiss on The Revenge of the Titans

2 weeks ago

Eldrazi cards that can be considered to be cut or swapped:

Addition:

Cut:

You are pretty much running all the good costed Eldrazi, nothing more to add in as you will clog your deck too much. You rather have a few key Eldrazi and ways to accelerate and cheat them out rather than having your hand full of them. Other ways you can cheat them out are like Quicksilver Amulet or Elvish Piper you do miss the cast trigger for some of them though. Albeit a bit jankier, Sneak Attack and using cards like Endless Sands allows you to have the Eldrazi way ahead of time.

shagreel on I will kill myself till you die

1 month ago

Section 1 Get +1/+1 counters other than attacking

Arcbound stuff by CMC (some are in other categories): Arcbound Worker, Arcbound Slith, Arcbound Stinger, Arcbound Crusher, Arcbound Hybrid, Arcbound Bruiser, Arcbound Fiend, Arcbound Lancer, Arcbound Overseer

Creature type based: Metallic Mimic

Just because it is an artifact: Steel Overseer

Creatures that already have counters:

Clock work creatures by CMC: Clockwork Beetle, Clockwork Condor, Clockwork Vorrac, Clockwork Hydra, Clockwork Dragon

Sacrifice outlets to consider:

  1. Culling Dais
  2. Demonmail Hauberk
  3. Blasting Station
  4. Metalwork Colossus
  5. Phyrexian Vault
  6. Spawning Pit
  7. Shivan Harvest
  8. Arcbound Ravager

Value / payoff cards Ramp Scion tokens:Eldrazi Skyspawner, Drowner of Hope, Incubator Drone

+1/+1 Ramp: Crystalline Crawler, Workhorse

Other cool Ramp Oblivion Sower, Pilgrim's Eye

Token time: Pentavus, Tetravus, Triskelavus

Draw: Matter Reshaper Solemn Simulacrum Filigree Familiar

Other: Control: Wizard Replica

Damage: Flayer Drone, Vulshok Replica, Pierce Strider

Gain Life: Peace Strider

Recur: Scrap Trawler, Myr Retriever, Arcbound Reclaimer

Cheating: Summoner's Egg

Other cards I like

Vela the Night-Clad She makes all your colorless permanents only blockable by an artifact

Scarecrone Recursion

Storm the Vault Mana ramp

Liquimetal Coating some of those creature that are not a artifact... now it is

Phyrexian Scriptures Kill all non-artifact creatures / also places a +1/+1 counter

Saint1129 on ELDRAZI TRON WITH ULAMOG

1 month ago

Hi there! Idk if you still care about this deck, since it looks like no changes have been made since you made it, but if you're still looking for advice I've got a few pointers.

First off, ignore that other guy. He obviously hasn't heard of Eldrazi tron, and with Eldrazi Temple in the deck, you don't need to find tron as fast as green decks need to. In fact, it's possible to still win without tron, due to the efficiency of creatures in the deck and the fairly low mana curve.

Secondly, I think it would be wise to add at least one more copy of Mind Stone (replacing your third copy of Oblivion Sower). While Oblivion Sower is one of my favorite Eldrazi to play, being able to still ramp without tron is important, and Mind Stone can even draw you a card when you need one.

And the third thing I have to say is that if you really want to invest in a deck like this, there are plenty of helpful articles online to show what the pros put in their decks, and just general ways to learn more about mtg. I found "Level One: The Full Course" to be a helpful article in learning to step up my game personally, yet I've also read deck-specific articles (Level 1 Modern, on Channel Fireball) to learn how to best use my own deck.

TypicalTimmy on Card creation challenge

2 months ago

SteelZephyr, may I ask what Masterpieces you got?

I don't have the ability to turn this into a card because it'd be way too insane, but I've got a story for you.

I was once in a 3v3 Modern matchup. I was using Selesnay Aggro Tokens, my opponent was using Midrange Dragons, and my other opponent was using White Weenies.

It was a long game. We all kept stalling because we were afraid to attack one another. The Dragon player was not hitting his cards in the correct order, so he wasn't getting anything out. As for me and my other opponent, we kept amassing tokens about the same rate.

Well, I had out cards such as Suture Priest, and plentiful amounts of draw. I also ran cards such as Jeskai Barricade and Avenger of Zendikar. What this meant was, I could blink Avenger because I could pay the cost of both Barricade and Avenger each turn. This gave me an ever-increasing population of tokens, which I would Second Harvest into just an insane amount of even more. Likewise, if Avenger was not on the field and I had the mana via Cryptolith Rite, I could literally just blink two Jeskai Barricade against each other. I also ran Oblivion Sower, which was really beginning to piss everyone off.

I was eventually at 180+ life. My opponent running Dragons was splashing other colors for sideboard trickery, and he hit my entire board with Sleep. Everything tapped out and he swung for a fair amount of damage. My other opponent then proceeded to beat me down as well. All told, I took 140+ damage before it got back to me.

So, I just started blinking my guys again using more tricks and playing a second copy of Avenger and ended up getting 100+ life right back.

I did eventually lose, not because I wasn't large enough to win - oh no I definitely was. I was just having so much darn fun that I wanted to see how long I could make the game last. Eventually I ran out of spells to keep me afloat.

But one of the spells that kept me going was a playset of Dawnglow Infusion, which REALLY fueled their rage toward me.

So there, that's my story :3 Idk how to make that into a card...

OR DO I!?

Savior of Zendikar

Legendary Creature - Plant Angel

Flying, Hexproof

When Savior of Zendikar enters the battlefield, you may put a land you control onto the battlefield.

Whenever another creature enters the battlefield under your control, you gain life equal to it's toughness.

, : Return Savior of Zendikar to your hand.

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