Rites of Spring


Format Legality
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Odyssey (ODY) Common

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Rites of Spring


Discard any number of cards. Search your library for that many basic land cards, reveal those cards, and put them into your hand. Then shuffle your library.

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Rites of Spring Discussion

Flagellum on Everybody Loves Hypnotoad - The Gitrog [[Primer]]

1 year ago

Basalt Monolith + Mesmeric Orb allows you to dig through your deck. Both work fine by themselves as well.

Rites of Spring allows you to discard your hand for a hand full of basics. Maybe not as useful with this particular deck but you can just do a partial.

ThatGuy4242 on Borby's Boulder Bombs!

1 year ago

I have A Bobo too but mostly based around him.

First, replace Wirewood Channeler with either Priest of Titania or Elvish Archdruid

Things you could take out while keeping the theme would be: Mulch, Into the Wilds, Countryside Crusher, Elvish Harbinger, Wirewood Herald, Constant Mists, Venser's Journal, Urabrask the Hidden, and you don't need 50 land. I'd say 46.

Cards you should put in: Sprouting Vines, Creeping Renaissance, Sol Ring, Praetor's Counsel, Genesis Wave, Green Sun's Zenith, Zealous Conscripts, and maybe Rings of Brighthearth and Hull Breach

And if you want to make the deck more about bobo then add: Keen Sense, Snake Umbra, Illusionist's Bracers, Journeyer's Kite, Knollspine Dragon, Rites of Spring, and Gratuitous Violence

HanClinto on El Cheapo Land Throw

1 year ago

Massive glut of comments incoming:

Satyr Wayfinder seems like a very good fit as well.

Commune with the Gods / Gather the Pack as well. Scout the Borders is almost better because it gives you the flexibility of getting a land (so it's a pseudo-Mulch), but it's three mana instead of two, which is a major drawback. An 2-mana Instant like Grisly Salvage would be perfect, but it adds black which is prohibitive. Tracker's Instincts is nice, but would be nice if we could take advantage of the flashback.

Land Grant is interesting to me here.

For all of the self-mill cards, I think that the flexibility of Grapple with the Past perhaps may be best.

Vessel of Nascency is compelling here as well -- especially with Commune with the Gods.

I really like Rites of Spring in this deck.

Almost makes me think we might be able to shoehorn Borborygmos Enraged in here. Probably not reasonable though.

Any room for Crawling Sensation here?

Titania, Protector of Argoth would be wonderful, but again, very expensive for what it is.

Splendid Reclamation with Aggressive Mining seems like it could be a fun combo.

I was originally thinking that Loam Larva would be a fun / dumb combo with Countryside Crusher -- but then I found Scouting Trek. So much more fun. :D

Nostalgic Dreams is on a similar vein, but lets you just refill your hand with known things.

Journey of Discovery to smooth stuff out? Edge of Autumn seems like a solid card in this deck.

Nissa's Pilgrimage is like a cheaper ($-wise) version of Kodama's Reach that only works on forests, and can sometimes have spell mastery. Kodama's Reach would be super good in this deck though.

Natural Balance is shenanigans.

Blighted Woodland for a bit of ramp and more lands in the graveyard? Blighted Gorge is a bit of removal.

Devastating Dreams seems like it could be fun.

I wonder if Savage Conception is perhaps better than Worm Harvest -- it's $0.50 cheaper, slightly easier on the mana cost, creates 3/3's, but doesn't go nearly as wide. Call the Skybreaker

Call me weird, but I'm intrigued by the idea of Weird Harvest here to tutor for our payoffs -- but that's provided that we don't care about giving our opponent their perfect creature as well.

Nature's Spiral might be a good catch-all way to recover your Elixer from the graveyard, or anything else you might need. Actually, with all of the self-mill, running two copies of Gaea's Blessing instead of Elixer might just be better.

New Frontiers into Natural Balance just seems mean -- especially if you have a way to sac all of the lands that you brought in with New Frontiers, like Aggressive Mining.

Restore doesn't seem horrible in that it's land cycling as well as ramp.

Squirrel_of_War on Jarad Commands the Dead

2 years ago

Below are the cards I think you should remove from your 'keep' list and what I would replace them with.

These changes should make you a bit more consistent and ramp out a lot faster.

WolfWalrus on 7 lands? Good!

2 years ago

Thanks for your comment on my deck. I just had to suggest Rites of Spring for this deck: it turns a seven-card hand into a Sasaya flip!

carpecanum on Machinations of the Draconian

2 years ago

Rites of Spring is one of my cards to put things into my graveyard early but you don't play any basics =(

The Mimeoplasm works in my Scion deck also, with any number of dragons