Primevals' Glorious Rebirth

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Brawl Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Dominaria (DOM) Rare

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Primevals' Glorious Rebirth

Legendary Sorcery

(You may cast a legendary sorcery only if you control a legendary creature or planeswalker.)

Return all legendary permanent cards from your graveyard to the battlefield.

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Primevals' Glorious Rebirth Discussion

TheGeneralAdvisor on Brogenitus

2 days ago

Sisay can tutor up the legendary sorceries btw. Karn's Temporal Sundering is pretty hot and Primevals' Glorious Rebirth fits well here too.

clayperce on Smashface Gardening with Rith

1 month ago

RecklessFable,
I only very rarely play it tbh, since my EDH group all moved away :-(
A bunch of folks were back in town over the holidays last year though; we were able to get together, and Rith was able to do some serious rampaging! I'm hoping she'll get some playmat time this year too.

I kinda hate the BBD Doubling Season art (IMO, it looks like art from a Minecraft TCG rather than from Magic), so I wasn't too bummed to not pull one. If I ever make the upgrade, it'll be with the RAV art for sure. :-)

I still really love this deck, but it'd be fun to brew with an entirely new Rith card. We got Darigaaz Reincarnated and Primevals' Glorious Rebirth, so maybe Rith'll show up the next time we're on Dominaria ...

MillersEdge on Atraxa Superfriends

1 month ago

Pretty sweet list. Always happy to see another superfriend ;D

For the mana base, I'd first get rid of your monocolor taplands. The scry 1 on New Benalia doesn't make it better then just running a plains imho, and in a deck with only 6 creatures Mortuary Mire and Sejiri Steppe just end up without targets too often. Blighted Woodland comes in untapped and can find you whatever you need. Krosan Verge enters tapped, but activating it is cheaper and it finds nonbasics. Things like Evolving Wilds and Terramorphic Expanse are often better than tapped duals, because they find you whatever color you need (once you add some basic forests) and thin your deck. Ash Barrens as well as Bant Panorama and Esper Panorama do the same, but they can also serve as untapped lands once you have all your colors. The Vivid lands (Vivid Grove, Vivid Meadow, etc.) enter tapped, but they fix for any color and synergise with proliferate. All of those are very cheap.

Next you might want to look for the cycle duals from Amonketh (Fetid Pools, Irrigated Farmland, etc.). The cycle ability is way more relevant than gaining one life imho, and they have their land types which means things like Krosan Verge or Liliana of the Dark Realms can find them. The fact they still enter tapped makes them pretty cheap moneywise. Also keep your eyes open for the Battlebond lands (e.g.Sea of Clouds), and the shockduals from Ravnica (Overgrown Tomb etc.). Those are a bit more pricey, but the fact that they are recent (and, for the BB ones, only playable in multiplayer) means that there are quite a few of them sitting in tradebinders, and they are relatively affordable. This only goes for the shocks that have already been reprinted, for the Azorious and Orzhov ones we'll still have to wait a bit. I upgraded the landbase of my Atraxa list pretty much the same way and it worked quite fine throughout.

Something else I'd definitely add to your list that helps with fixing your mana as well is some ramp. Your deck has an avg cmc of 4+, and you want to get to the point where you can cast a walker and a boardwipe / something to protect it with on the same turn asap. The fact that you have green in your color identity gives you access to some of the best ramp/fixing available. Farseek and Nature's Lore can find nonbasics if you have them, but are fine without them. Cultivate and Kodama's Reach can fix you in 2 colors. Grow from the Ashes is a bit more manaintensive, but its kicked form brings the lands in untapped and you might find it in draftchaff-boxes at your LGS. Thaumatic Compass  Flip costs a bit more, but it finds you basics in a pinch and transforms into a land that taps for mana and can protect your walkers.

Then there's manarocks. The guild signets (e.g. Dimir Signet) both ramp and fix you, without requiring colored mana to cast and are very budget friendly. Astral Cornucopia and Everflowing Chalice are very good with Atraxa, and not expensive either. I'd try to run ~10 ways to get ahead in mana, maybe even more in a deck as a manaintensive as this one.

Some other budget friendly things i can recommend are:

Primevals' Glorious Rebirth: Absolute blowout card in a planeswalker deck.

Oath of Gideon: Blockers, and a very sneaky buff to your walkers that people are reluctant to use removal on but generates a lot of value over time.

Oath of Teferi: Not as abusable as The Chain Veil but also less expenive both mana- and moneywise, and still very powerfull. The etb effect can bring a walker back to starting loyalty or reuse something like Djeru, With Eyes Open. If nothing else it untaps one of the lands you used to cast it.

If you have any questions feel free to ask, good luck and have fun building and playing!

MillersEdge on The SUPER Ladies & Gentlemen!

1 month ago

Nice List!

Cards I'd consider adding:

Primevals' Glorious Rebirth can be a huge swing.

Aminatou, the Fateshifter has tons of utility for little mana.

Elspeth, Knight-Errant comes down early, protects herself, can allow Atraxa to kill someone with 3 hits and her ult makes any threats you have very hard to deal with.

Oath of Gideon makes tokens to protect your walkers with, generally speeds up your ult clocks, and enables some sneaky combos, like allowing some walkers to instantly ult with doubling season that previously couldn't or allowing Tezzeret the Seeker to find The Chain Veil and stick around to untap it.

Oath of Teferi is a bit expensive manawise, but allows your walkers to go bonkers.

Constant Mists, Spike Weaver, Norn's Annex or Sphere of Safety protect your walkers as well as your face, unlike Propaganda.

Shalai, Voice of Plenty can block, provides hexproof to the team as well as you (it's surprising how many annoying things say "target player") and comes with a built in Gavony Township to pump your tokens with.

This is very meta-dependent, but you look somewhat light on removal. I'd consider at least one 4-mana wipe (Damnation, Wrath of God, Day of Judgment, Supreme Verdict) and one or two more exile effects for hard to remove must-answer threats (Descend upon the Sinful, Swords to Plowshares, Anguished Unmaking, Utter End, etc.) unless you really never feel like you need them.

Potential Cuts:

I've seen Deploy the Gatewatch get bad/no hits too many times to be a huge fan of it. Definitely a flavorwin though.

I'm not sure how necessary Gilded Lotus is, considering all your other ramp. Your Landbase doesn't look like you need the colorfixing, and 5 mana seems like a lot to still be ramping, even if you get 3 mana back.

Vraska the Unseen just ended up being an overpriced killspell most of the times I played her, and even if she ults, the tokens still have to untap, and not be blocked, to kill someone.

Liliana, the Last Hope's ult is very nice, but imho not really worth her other 2 pretty useless abilities.

Ajani Goldmane and Ajani, Caller of the Pride are ok, but I dislike how much they rely on you already having creatures to be good.

Lastly, seeing as how high quality your landbase is, I'd consider carefully cutting back on the basics and replacing Cultivate with a Farseek and maybe a Nature's Lore. I'm running 37 lands with a pretty trashy base and rarely run into problems, but if you're rather safe then sorry when it comes to lands, that's understandable.

Good luck and have fun playing!

Moo on Atraxa's Super F(r)iends

2 months ago

hkhssweiss

Thanks heaps for the kinds words my man!

I've decided once this one is complete, I'll definitely go into a bit of detail in a future discussion post for anyone who's after some tips etc. It would be cool to see some snazzy designs pop up!

In terms of the card suggestions, I cannot thank you enough dude, definitely some ones in there I would have missed out on, and great suggestions in general.

Regarding Primevals' Glorious Rebirth, I saw this one floating around a while ago, but I must have missed the ruling change where all planeswalkers became legendary! I think it must have happened in Ixalan? Regardless, definitely something I want to get in the deck as a result, thank you.

Literally every single other card has made it onto my maybe-board. I'll be spending some time this afternoon play-testing with those additions. Generally I go by feel, if I get excited to draw into any of those cards, I'll know they're keepers.

Thanks heaps again my man, I'll be sure to flick you a link to the tips post the moment I get round to it.

hkhssweiss on Atraxa's Super F(r)iends

2 months ago

Moo

First off I have to say, definitely love the way you did the CSS/HTML scheme. Just have to +1 just for that!!!

I would love some pointers on how to do the same @[email protected]

But aside from that for some suggestions:

Oath of Teferi

Vampiric Tutor

Grasp of Fate

Primevals' Glorious Rebirth

Arena Rector

Teferi's Protection

Call the Gatewatch

Deploy the Gatewatch

Urza's Ruinous Blast

As Foretold

Hope that helps!

_Delta_ on Envoy of the Praetors'

2 months ago

Hey thanks for the suggestions MillersEdge, I agree on likely cutting Deploy the Gatewatch as I can only see myself using around 22 or so walkers at the maximum here. I don't own an Aminatou, the Fateshifter yet but I do have the Sensei's Divining Top, and what my plan with those is to have a fair bit of top deck manipulation to make use of possibly some miracle cards like Temporal Mastery and Terminus. Additionally I might add a Nexus of Fate to the deck once I acquire one, but that's likely about all I will use for extra turn spells as this deck (the paper version isn't even finished yet) puts a big enough target on me as is lol. Primevals' Glorious Rebirth I have been thinking about, and maybe now on your suggestion I will include that somewhere's once I can figure out what needs to be cut. As for Oath of Ajani you are likely right on this one as you won't ever usually get the full value out of it. I will add however that my current paper decklist for Atraxa is still quite different as it still uses a lot more creatures towards a +1/+1 counters strategy and that is where this Oath of Ajani gets much more use. It's right now more of in-between superfriends and your typical +1/+1 counters build. I'm now leaning more towards entirely superfriends as evidenced by this decklist because I feel any compromise between the two strategies just weakens this deck.

I don't own Tezzeret the Seeker but i'm definitely looking to get one sooner or later for here for sure, and Garruk Wildspeaker I admit I have neglected attention to and so maybe I will add that to a shopping cart eventually. I really should try to make more use out of The Chain Veil and include some combos. Likewise I wish I had a Rings of Brighthearth but they certainly aren't cheap. Although I will keep an eye out for any opportunity to acquire one, and similarly that's why I don't have Vedalken Orrery now here. But tbh I do actually own a Vedalken Orrery that I got when they were much cheaper, but when you own 10 edh decks I don't like swapping cards between them especially when they all have different coloured sleeves to tell them apart. Maybe in this regard my playgroup would be fine with me proxying a few cards that I already happen to own, and so I might include it here also because you're right when it comes to the value of playing a planeswalker on other's turns.

Anyways thanks for all the suggestions as well as the upvote, at some point I will see what I can maybe suggest for your own decklist.

MillersEdge on Envoy of the Praetors'

2 months ago

I'd be careful with Deploy the Gatewatch, as it needs 30+ walkers to really work consistently, and relying on Aminatou, the Fateshifter or Sensei's Divining Top for good hits is a big ask for a 6-mana sorcery imho. Primevals' Glorious Rebirth has been doing a better job as a blowout/gamewinning card for me, but then again, that depends on how many walkers usually hit your yard before you either go off or loose the game. It can definitely be a nice surprise against mill strats ^^

I'd also consider cutting Oath of Ajani (which I found to be the most often dead one out of the oaths you're running) and maybe some of the weaker artifact ramp for combo pieces like Tezzeret the Seeker , Garruk Wildspeaker(mostly additional ways to abuse The Chain Veil) or Rings of Brighthearth(works with all planeswalker abilities, also goes infinite with Basalt Monolith).

Vedalken Orrery is worth considering as well, enabling you to play a planeswalker on your opponent's endstep, use it on your turn, and then have mana open to protect it if needed.

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