Rhythm of the Wild

Rhythm of the Wild


Creature spells you control can't be countered.

Nontoken creatures you control have riot. (They enter the battlefield with your choice of a +1/+1 counter or haste.)

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Ravnica Allegiance (RNA) Uncommon

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

Rhythm of the Wild occurrence in decks from the last year


All decks: 0.36%


All decks: 0.06%

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.03%

RG (Gruul): 1.03%

Rhythm of the Wild Discussion

Titus7007 on Gruul Stompy

1 week ago

I love Ilharg. One card that makes him even more amazing is Rhythm of the Wild. I might also suggest a copy of Terror of Mount Velus

SorasOtherForm on Buccaneer's Song

1 week ago

Rhythm of the Wild might be a good sideboard card against control that also enables your Incubation Druid

multimedia on Tyrannosaurus Flex (Gishath)

1 week ago

Hey, Regal Behemoth may out of the price range, but it's a Dino to have for ramp to curve into Gishath and it has trample. It's not a Lizard it's a Dino, it was errata to Dinosaur three years ago when Ixalan was released. It's an expensive price Dino, but try to make room/budget for it.

Quartzwood Crasher is new budget Dino from Ikoria who's very underrated. It can create many powerful Dino tokens with trample. It has trample and so does Gishath, Ghalta, Zacama, etc. It's pretty bonkers with Ghalta. And gives excellent Dino value for five mana when it has haste from Regisaur Alpha. Quartzwood scales very well and can get out of hand quick for your opponents since it and the token it creates have trample. Rhythm of the Wild is another haste enabler for Dinos and it also protects them and Gishath from being countered when cast.

Elemental Bond can trigger to draw any time a creature you control with 3 or more power enters the battlefield, this includes when a token is created. Bond for a three drop over the course of a game can draw you a lot of cards with Dinos. It's good with Quartzwood. Congregation at Dawn can tutor for and setup the top three cards of your library to be Dinos for when you attack with Gishath. Fierce Empath is not a Dino, but it's a budget creature tutor for one of your best big Dinos, it's worth including especially if you add Regal.

I see Farseek and Nature's Lore, but I only see Stomping Ground dual land that they can search for. That's the advantage of these spells is they can ramp with a dual land which is also color fixing. Cinder Glade and Canopy Vista were just reprinted in Commander 2020. I would make room/budget for these two dual lands. Sheltered Thicket and Scattered Groves are two more budget lands that have two different types. Other budget land upgrades are: Exotic Orchard, Battlefield Forge, Fortified Village, Ash Barrens, Naya Panorama.

Wild Growth, Fertile Ground and Trace of Abundance are three more land auras for ramp and these are upgrades because they're less mana to cast. Beast Within and Generous Gift are versatile instant removal spells in Commander because they can destroy any permanent and giving your opponent a 3/3 doesn't matter much when you have much higher power Dinos.

Good luck with your deck.

FreedFox on Korvold Value Town 1.7

1 week ago

Thanks for the upvote and recommendation kpres!

I prefer Fires of Yavimaya in this instance because it can be used as an "emergency" sac outlet in that it can sacrifice itself at instant speed. Is the card draw and +1/+1 counter on Korvold, Fae-Cursed King worth it? I suppose it depends. I don't begrudge you preferring Rhythm of the Wild, for sure. You're right that making your creatures un-counterable can be huge in certain pods/metas.

One of the largely invalid reasons I don't like Rhythm of the Wild is, in an already pretty grindy deck, on MTGOnline the Rhythm Riot triggers would get old FAST if a card like Mycoloth sees your Upkeep step with enough counters on it. And there aren't as many times in this deck where it's to one's benefit to opt out of haste and go for the +1/+1 counter instead (not that you said that).

Often, if I do run Fires of Yavimaya, I'm running Rhythm of the Wild too. For this deck, though, the build is just too tight. I have no idea what I'd cut for the second "haste-granter". I have a similar sentiment towards Fling.


Speaking of Fling, you could conceivably knock one person out of the game with it but without copying it three times taking everyone out at once, I'd rather save the deck slot for something that grants a bit more synergy for consistency's sake.

Don't get me wrong, I love the card. I made an entire deck that's designed to Fling your library at all of your opponents simultaneously using the un-card Animate Library but I just don't feel like it's a silky smooth fit here. For the same surprise factor you might be better off with adding one of those Infect-granting sorceries (shudder).

This is the Animate Library decklist if your curious: https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/throw-your-library-around/


Again, thank you for your input and I hope that I answered your questions to your satisfaction!

kpres on Korvold Value Town 1.7

2 weeks ago

Everything works so well together! DROOOL

Why not replace Fires of Yavimaya for Rhythm of the Wild? I've been replacing Fires with Rhythm in my decks that use it, and it's got the bonus of making your creature spells get past the blue player.

Does Korvold ever get big enough to Fling?

TDemers on The Ur-Companion

3 weeks ago

NeonEndymion Just getting around to look at your comments in more details now.. I remember looking at Magmaquake earlier and it would be great if it wasn't for that double red mana and Jegantha... lol

Considered your advice and made the following changes: Feels like it made an overall improvement to the deck, I will add Dragonlord Silumgar and Fire Covenant when/if I manage to get my hands on them. Thanks again for the help.

In: Heroic Intervention - Out: Arcane Denial

In: Steely Resolve - Out: Path to Exile

In: Morophon, the Boundless - Out: Chromium, the Mutable

In: Ramos, Dragon Engine - Out: Hypersonic Dragon

In: Steel Hellkite - Out: Spellbound Dragon

In: Rhythm of the Wild - Out: Negate

mrdehring on Scion The Win Button

4 weeks ago

Been a crazy couple of months for me here; just getting back to looking a magic. I noticed you added me as a reference and I appreciate it. I'm glad to help. I love the look of the deck and there are so many fun combos.

Few thoughts on the new list. How often does Skithiryx, the Blight Dragon win you a game or kill someone? I find that a lot of the time if I only have one infect creature I get a few counters on a player and never get to finish them off.

A card you may want to think about finding space for is Patriarch's Bidding; it is a blowout with Dragon Tempest.

Speaking of haste, have you looked at Rhythm of the Wild and Anger? You have a few haste enablers, but these are ones I also like. Either of these could replace Xenagos, God of Revels.

Anger also has the added bonus of being a creature early in the game to block and slow down the kill you early plan. Sakura-Tribe Elder, Yavimaya Elder, Dawntreader Elk, Burnished Hart and Sylvan Caryatid are also good "speed bumps" to slow down early attacks.

Looks like you kept Kindred Discovery. Do you need the card draw? Is it drawing you enough cards that it is worth five mana? Just something to think about as you are looking at what you want to cut from the list.

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