Pollen Lullaby


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
MTG: Commander (CMD) Uncommon
Lorwyn (LRW) Uncommon

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Pollen Lullaby


Prevent all combat damage that would be dealt this turn. Clash with an opponent. If you win, creatures that player controls don't untap during the player's next untap step. (Each clashing player reveals the top card of his or her library, then puts that card on the top or bottom. A player wins if his or her card had a higher converted mana cost.)

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Pollen Lullaby Discussion

chadsansing on Grouphug/Mill Selvala

1 week ago

Very cool to see mill strategy in these colors.

Altar of the Brood might work well with any token production in these colors. Something like a Mycoloth might add pressure to that card.

Mesmeric Orb + Gaea's Blessing might be fun.

Maybe a Path to Exile?

If you want more pillow-fort effects or to save more players, you could add Fog effects in white like Angelsong, Dawn Charm, Holy Day, Kami of False Hope (great with Sun Titan), or Pollen Lullaby.

Finally, some blink effects (like Momentary Blink) or Wastes and other colorless-man-producing lands + an Eldrazi Displacer would make your Sun Titan super valuable through recursion of its ETB effect.

Have fun brewing!

SirFowler on The Turkey fights Back

1 month ago

Some other lockdown cards you could add could be Yosei, the Morning Star, Lavinia of the Tenth, Stonehorn Dignitary, and Pollen Lullaby. If you need to search for equipments, cards like Stonehewer Giant, Taj-Nar Swordsmith, and Enlightened Tutor. And lastly, some more untap effects like Bear Umbra, Awakening, and Breaking Wave could help.

Triton on Do you even fling, bro? - first EDH deck

7 months ago

I saw you mentioned cards to drop in the mainboard, here's my two cents:

  • Fall of the Titans: Good card, but I don't think it fits the theme of what you're trying to do. If you're looking for removal, I'd recommend removal in white, since it tends to have the best removal.

  • Wing Shards: There's better removal in white.

Some others are: Pollen Lullaby and Righteousness, they just either don't seem on-theme with your commander, or are just rather subpar.

I'd recommend removal like Swords to Plowshares, Chaos Warp, and Oblivion Ring-type effects. Return to Dust and Vandalblast are also very nice for the deck. Blasphemous Act?

Hope these suggestions helped!

shaistyone on

8 months ago

No Rites of Flourishing? Blasphemy.. lol j/k

My honest opinions is that you are weakening yourself by double splashing here. I would chop both red and green and just go UW, which should help with consistency and make your manabase massively better.

Pollen Lullaby - Fog-effect that may last 2 turns, and Isochron-able
Rule of Law - helps cut out storm decks and the like, while not really impacting you
Kor Firewalker / Dragon's Claw - sideboard for Red - only go with the artifact if you want to stay purely 0 creatures
Torpor Orb - good sideboard fodder
Sands of Delirium - win-con that gives you something to do with your extra mana each turn cycle

precociousapprentice on Queen Marchesa: Politics, Aikido, and Control

11 months ago

Looking to increase the cards that either discourage attacks against me or come as surprise swings, as well as trim some things that were underperforming.


Assemble the Legion - Too slow. I want turnaround wins. This doesn't do that, and places a target on my head. May need to add another wincon though.

Chaos Warp - Finding I don't play it when I have it. Taking away their options is often counter to the strategy of this deck. Leaving them to overcommit or develop, while laying low myself, leads to my opponents taking each other out. My offense is often letting their offense develop and be used against everyone but me. When I do choose to intervene in their development, I want it to be final, with no upside for them. This is counter to that.

Oblation - Same as Chaos Warp.

Isochron Scepter - Many times a dead draw, and when it comes into play it is less impactful than I want. It also creates too much worry over my board state any time I play it. Counter to my strategy.

Silence - Not the impact I was hoping. Proactive counter does not work the way I wanted. I want turnaround after their deck does what it is supposed to, not just delaying their playing their deck.

Wild Ricochet - Many times a dead draw, many times too expensive, rarely as impactful as I wanted.

Lapse of Certainty - I often let things through because I want them to be used against my opponents, I don't want a target on my head, and I want to use those things against their controllers. I sit on this card too much.

Foreboding Ruins - Almost always an ETB tapped dual with no upside. I can do better.

Secluded Steppe - ETB tapped plains that I rarely Cycle. No combos to take advantage of it.


Temple of Malice - Upside that Foreboding Ruins didn't have.

Temple of Triumph - Replaces Secluded Steppe. Still ETB tapped, but now a dual and with an extra upside of Scry instead of Cycle.

Mystifying Maze - Another Maze. Leads to attacking elsewhere or to overcommitting. Encouraging both is exactly what this deck wants.

Gossamer Chains - Essentially another Maze.

Gift of Estates - Smoothing out the early game, ensuring land drops.

Karmic Justice vs. Martyr's Bond - I will cycle both. Redirecting targeted removal at my opponents would be good. Adding the chump block Rattlesnake of Martyr's Bond may or may not make up for the extra cost.

Some combination of Fogs such as:

May Consider:

Academy Rector - Just a simple Rattlesnake tied to a tutor. Would potentially be great.

False Prophet - Another Rattlesnake card tied to a boardwipe. May be counter to the strategy, but the Rattlesnake may be worth it.

michaellicata519 on Turbo Fog

1 year ago

Instead of a 7 mana win con, i would put in something like Sphinx's Tutelage to weave in with fogs. There's also Pollen Lullaby if you want another fog. I would also put in cards like Howling Mine to make sure you keep getting your fogs. Temple Bell and Dictate of Kruphix also work.

mr_funk on American Scepter of Democracy

1 year ago

other options to consider (depending on your meta, preferences, sideboard, and deck strengths/weaknesses) could be Anticipate, Far / Away, Azorius Charm, Blessed Alliance, Celestial Purge, Cyclonic Rift, Dawn Charm, Dead/Gone, Disenchant, Echoing Truth, Flashfreeze, Hide/Seek, Holy Day, Hurkyl's Recall, Izzet Charm, Profit / Loss, Negate, Pollen Lullaby, Rest for the Weary, Skullcrack, Smash to Smithereens, Spell Snare (i hate this card soooo much, but it's good), Wear / Tear, Vapor Snag,

BeaudaciousGiebs on Trump 2016 To Keep Out the Dirty Creatures

1 year ago

zookyzook I had just figured that while Pollen Lullaby I can use multiple times, I only need a single Rolling Stones in play, so one was better to have. But do you mean that I should replace 2/4 Pollen Lullabies with another 2 Rolling Stones for consistency?

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