Reach of Branches

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters (MMA) Uncommon
Morningtide (MOR) Rare

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Reach of Branches

Tribal Instant — Treefolk

Put a 2/5 green Treefolk Shaman creature token into play.

Whenever a Forest enters the battlefield under your control, you may return Reach of Branches from your graveyard to your hand.

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Reach of Branches Discussion

grizzlebies on Treefolks forest deck

3 weeks ago

I run a mono-green Manlands EDH deck and have found that Reach of Branches comes in surprisingly useful, esp. if you don't have enough draw. Maybe it woulds work here?

MountainMan817 on Overwh-elm-ing Evergreens

1 month ago

Reach of Branches is a card I've found to be very useful in my competitive modern deck: The Gruul Grove and would be even better for this! +1

phyconclone on Suddenly! Trees!

5 months ago

A Treefolk tribal deck was my first deck. Always will have a special place in my heart. Maybe include a Reach of Branches for extra trees and flavor

Azdranax on Unconventional War Tactics

5 months ago

Sure, while I agree certain redundancy in EDH is really important, that redundancy should be based on aspects of the specific build that heavily weight the board in your favor. When those areas are simply complimentary to your build, then there's a good chance there are better options available, especially as the corresponding CMC increases. To that end, here are six changes I noticed from your main and maybe board that I think would result in immediate improvements to your typical game.

REMOVE: Reach of Branches, Gravity Well, Behind the Scenes, Abundance, Angelic Chorus and Dusk / Dawn. Each of these cards is either reactionary or situational in nature, meaning they each can be a dead draw in certain scenarios. Also, the combined CMC of these six cards is 24, so average four mana cost, which is fairly spendy for a reactionary or situational spell.

REPLACE: Crenellated Wall, Rhox Faithmender, Eladamri's Call, Vindicate, Serra Ascendant and Tangle Angler. Instead of reactionary/situational spells, you get four creatures with a reasonable mana cost and additional utility value (flying/lifegain/early board state lead, infect/lure, double lifegain, +4 toughness pump) and an instant creature tutor and any permanent spot removal. Better yet, total CMC drops to 18, lowering your curve to an average of three mana cost per slot.

In my opinion, this gives you better options to your typical board without losing any synergy to your design. While Reach of Branches has great synergy, having 5 mana available is going to be a huge warning sign to your opponents, and if I'm keeping 5 mana available for an instant spell, I'd much rather have a bomb like Hatred that will essentially win the game right then if my attacker is unblocked (except in this deck of course). Hope that all makes sense - and good luck with the deck, I do dig the Doran build.

DexRain on Treefolk: A Forest to Be Reckoned With

7 months ago

Looks like a more focused version of my own G/W Treefolk deck.

Reach of Branches would work well in here being mono green.

I might have to add Assault Formation to my own deck now though

DanteBeleren on

9 months ago

Alright, understandable. The way I look at any deck is I give myself a set number of cards for each type or what each card offers. So since you want Treefolk/fatty bootied plants, I'd go with... 25 "theme" cards. 35 lands is my go to which would put you at 60 cards with the rest being support/fill. Of those remaining 40 I'd go, 5 wipes 5 spot removal, 10 draw, 10 ramp, and 10 general support. Of course you can tweak those numbers however, but it's good to have a basis. Once you start doing that you might realize you're going total overkill on one category and swapping cards around isn't as hard as it was (sometimes it is harder though lol).

All that said, a rough list I'd go with is something like this (again this is your deck and by all means take this with a grain of salt and/or ignore it if you see fit):

Regardless of what you do with any/all of that, good luck and hope you enjoy playing your deck!

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