Oblivion Sower


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Limited Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Highlander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier 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

When you cast Oblivion Sower, target opponent exiles the top four cards of his or her library, then you may put any number of land cards that player owns from exile onto the battlefield under your control.

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Oblivion Sower Discussion

ramuzzini on CHEAP MECHA - ELDRAZI

6 days ago

You could drop 2 Ghost Quarter for 2 Sea Gate Wreckage and drop 2 Oblivion Sower for 2 Endbringer to help with card draw. Warping Wail is a way for you remove small creatures early, ramp into your big creatures, or protect from board wipes or removal such as Dreadbore.

I would recommend to switch All Is Dust to the side for Void Winnower. You can bring it in for the larger threats when you face a creature heavy aggro deck. There are a good amount of matchups where it is a dead draw so it can be better suited as a sideboard option.

Hope this helps!

lilgiantrobot on ooona, queen of the hate

1 week ago

Oblivion Sower is disgusting with Oona. Play it after you've hit someone a few times then get a huge pile of lands to knock out someone else.

ptownazkikr on Face down exile and processing/ ...

1 week ago

You can exile cards your opponents own with cards like Gonti, Lord of Luxury. When I cast Oblivion Sower and I have exiled some of their lands face down with gonti, can I put those face down lands into play? Also, can they be targeted by abilities like the processing mechanic from bfz?

unbiasedcorn on Rakdos, Lord of Eldrazi and...Goblins?

1 week ago

if you play Cloudstone Curio with something like Oblivion Sower and any other nonartifact colorless creature you can just win if you get enough damage on board to free cast them

Delta-117 on Your favorite Expansion MTG

1 week ago

I only started back with Journey into Nyx, and so I would happen to say Oath, of the gatewatch and Eldritch Moon were my favorite sets.

Getting to play with cards like Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet, Reality Smasher, Thought-Knot Seer, Bearer of Silence, Grasp of Darkness, Shrine of the Forsaken Gods and Oblivion Sower (bfz) and others were a lot of fun in this midrange mono black eldrazi deck I use to play for standard.

Eldritch Moon I got to build my most competitive (and expensive) to date standard deck around Delirium, featuring my foil Emrakul, the Promised End I had from a prelease kit, Traverse the Ulvenwald to search up things like Ishkanah, Grafwidow, Noxious Gearhulk, and Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet usually if not Emrakul. It was my first time playing a graveyard centric deck, with a lot of synergy, and overall it was the most fun I had with a standard deck since I started standard close to the end of Khans block being about to rotate. Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet I would say is one of my favorite mythics of all time, I played the card from shortly after the time it was printed to the very day it rotated.

nyctophasm on Assassins

2 weeks ago

Well, unfortunately, Scalpelexis is exile, not mill, so that wouldn't help too much. Honestly, I really don't know if the mill is that strong, but I admit, I really like the look of the card Guiltfeeder. But under all circumstances, I should find room for Ulamog's Nullifier, that just looks amazing. And I have an Oblivion Sower already, so perhaps I could just slot it over. I really like the look of your deck elgosu1337, it's just that I don't have the capacity to spend on that many good cards. A real pity. I like eldrazi a lot, when they're mine, and having ninja shenanigans to go with them is really cool.

ToffMcSoft on Animar, Angry Hemorrhoid

2 weeks ago

Really cool concept, do you play this more in a multiplayer format or 1v1?

I'd consider dropping Blightsteel Colossus & Hardened Scales - Hardened Scales is pretty useless unless it's out super early (I played with this for 10+ games)

Blightsteel Colossus - Great beat stick but the haste requirement really makes this hard to play in a multiplayer format, it's also a target for artifact removal.

Consider Adding: Void Winnower, Oblivion Sower & Trophy Mage.The Eldrazis are awesome because they can be flickered with Cloudstone. Oblivion Sower - when flickering this you're getting a ton of extra lands and milling your opponents. I've won a lot of games because someone will counter the typical win cons Purphoros, God of the Forge, Walking Ballista and then get blindsided by the Oblivion Sower mill.

Trophy Mage - just an outstanding tutor for Cloudstone, it's super easy to tutor for creatures in your deck and this just adds to the ability to get Cloudstone out.

Void Winnower - This shuts down a ton of spells, specifically counterspells and really helps out if you're running a "beatstick" animar strat.

Consider putting Growing Rites of Itlimoc back, the cycling through the top 4 cards is a huge help, I use this a lot to get card advantage, the mana ability is just a plus.

Prowling Serpopard - This is a must add for Animar, this 1 card will win you games.

It really depends on your Meta. Me personally - I'm always up against a bunch of Mono Blue/Stax and serious combo engines. It's very rare for games to go past Turn 6.

elgosu1337 on Assassins

3 weeks ago

Is the mill from Mirko Vosk, Mind Drinker and Scalpelexis strong enough? Guiltfeeder and Graveblade Marauder could be really strong if so.

If you're exiling that many cards, Ulamog's Nullifier, Wasteland Strangler, and Oblivion Sower become really useful, and they benefit from Vela's intimidate as well. I made a Vela deck featuring those Eldrazi cards along with ninjas to bounce and replay them, so you can take a look at the synergies.

Eldrazi Ninja Scroll

Commander / EDH elgosu1337


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