Progenitus

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Custom Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters (MMA) mythic rare
From the Vault: Legends (V11) Mythic Rare
Conflux (CON) Mythic Rare
Promo Set (000) None

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Progenitus

Legendary Creature — Hydra Avatar

Protection from everything

If Progenitus would be put into a graveyard from anywhere, reveal Progenitus and shuffle it into its owner's library instead.

Progenitus Discussion

deaddanster on Golos end

4 days ago

Added Field of the Dead and snow lands to support
Changed Blade of Selves for Scapeshift as it was too slow Changed Progenitus for Shardless Agent as while milled out don't want to draw Progenitus would rather have Nexus of Fate and Shardless Agent can get Amulet of Vigor

KongMing on Card creation challenge

2 weeks ago

Love the card TypicalTimmy. The flavor text goes great with the Pyromancer's Trap too, lol.


Phoenix-Flame Dragon

Flying, Lifelink

At the beginning of combat on your turn, you may pay . If you do, return ~ from your graveyard to the battlefield tapped and attacking.

6/5

Incubated in the cinders of a dying phoenix, these dragons rebirth themselves regularly.


Make a Commander that hates colors. Either selecting color(s) as it enters, or fixed color hate. i.e. Progenitus or Kabira Evangel .

Nerdytimesorwhatever on Land mana (Inner)

2 weeks ago

The mana ratio circle boyo? Shows your mana production ratio. Say you have 36 "green sources" in your deck, just as Enpc said, Simic Signet and Elvish Mystic would be included in the nebulous term "sources".

The outer ring of the mana ratio circle shows your split between card cmc relevant mana (the mana you have to spend of a specific color to cast say Progenitus would be ) that would show up as 2 symbols of each color on the mana ratio circle.

LadyZ on Most Powerful Creature Type

3 weeks ago

in terms of playability maybe, but like, their effects don't seem that... amazing, I guess? like, compare what Heliod, God of the Sun does compared to Progenitus . Heliod might be the better card some cases, but Progenitus's power is on another level.

rathalos3000 on Jodah's Bizarre Adventure

1 month ago

This looks really cool, how about adding Progenitus ?

Funkydiscogod on Amass My @$$

1 month ago

Apathy-Dance Ok, so traditional Polymorph decks work like this: the deck contains exactly one or two creatures. These should be large unanswerably powerful fatty. Emrakul, the Aeons Torn is the traditional choice, but there are plenty of options, like Iona, Shield of Emeria , Progenitus , and Kozilek, the Great Distortion . These must be the only creatures in the deck, or else you risk polymorphing into something else.

Then, the deck will have a 4-8 copies of Polymorph , and/or other redundant effects like Proteus Staff , Indomitable Creativity or Reweave .

Then, there will have a number of noncreature spells that make creatures. This can take the form of permanents that become creatures like Faerie Conclave or Guardian Idol . Or, it will be instants and sorceries that create creature tokens, like Dragon Fodder or Lingering Souls .

Now...the idea is as follows: you create a creature, then destroy your own creature with Polymorph, and find a copy of the big fatty in your deck, and put it on to the battlefield. Yeah, you lose the creature to Polymorph, but it would always be better to have the big fatty than the tiny critter.

But, the biggest problem that Polymorph decks face, is that the opponent can kill the creature Polymorph is targeting, and this will prevent any of the effects of Polymorph from happening. So, Polymorph decks have to pack hexproofing , counterspells , discard , bounce and other things to fight against removal and lock . And they usually need cards that assist finding the combo.

It is at this point that Amass becomes very appealing to me, because there is an Amass card that can fill each of those functions, and this means you don't need to specifically have any token generation, just noncreature amass spells. And then, with so many instants and sorceries, Invade the City could make a solid backup win condition.

sten94 on Sultai Delver

1 month ago

yeah Serum Visions is a bad card but to consistently flip delver you have to run it. The sorcery speed isn't so bad in the deck, especially when you are only running the Thoughtseize as the other sorcery's. The problem with hex drinker is it take you so long in this deck to get the mana to make it good in that time you could have wasted about 4 mana to level it up and taken a tun or to off, then your opponent just kills it before it gets really threatening. I think that it fits better in a deck that can just make it the mini Progenitus the turn it comes down maybe in a deck like elves. The only other option I've seen so far is Ice-Fang Coatl if you are willing to go the snow land rout but even then it means fetching up basics in the early turns, and probably means leaning into Prismatic Vista for your mana base to get there unless snow duels are printed in some way.

------ on Does Morophon + Jodah allow ...

1 month ago

Hello, I've got a mechanics question.

Jodah, Archmage Eternal says you can pay WURBG instead of a spells casting cost.

Morophon the Boundless reads: "When Morophon enters the battlefield, choose a creature type" and "Spells of the chosen type cost WURBG less to cast".

Now, can I chose Progenitus , replacing the casting cost with WURBG with Jodah, and then subtract the WURBG cost with Morophon, casting it for 0?

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Progenitus occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.01%