Satyr Wayfinder

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Frontier Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Noble Legal
Hero Legal
Magic Duels Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
MTGO Legal
Vanguard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Heirloom Legal
Modern Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Casual Legal

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Set Rarity
Ultimate Masters (UMA) Common
Commander Anthology (CM1) Common
Commander 2016 (C16) Common
Commander 2015 (C15) Common
Magic 2015 (M15) Common
Born of the Gods (BNG) Common

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Satyr Wayfinder

Creature — Satyr

When Satyr Wayfinder enters the battlefield, reveal the top four cards of your library. You may put a land card from among them into your hand. Put the rest into your graveyard.

Satyr Wayfinder Discussion

multimedia on Muldrotha, The Budget-Conscious

4 days ago

Hey, sometimes it's not good to have so many ideas because then you feel you have to put them all into one deck, which is not necessary :)

Budget cards ($1 or less each) to consider adding:

Budget cards ($4 or less each) to consider:

Opponent mill is not worth it in multiplayer Commander; it's too slow, not reliable enough unless infinite combo with Altar of the Brood or Altar of Dementia . Self-mill however is good especially with dredge. Consider Grave-Troll and Thug? These along with Stinkweed who you're already playing give a lot of budget repeatable self-mill. Buried is a powerful budget spell especially with these dredge creatures since you can tutor for and put all three into your graveyard with one card.

If you're willing to add a few other cards that are over $1 then consider adding Eternal Witness , Fauna Shaman and Protean Hulk ? These three are powerful and do different effects that are good with Muldrotha. Witness can recur any card from your graveyard. Fauna is a repeatable creature tutor while also an enabler to get creatures such as dredge creatures into your graveyard. Hulk has budget combo potential.

Consider Flash + Protean Hulk + Phyrexian Delver + Carrion Feeder or Viscera Seer + Body Double ? It's a budget combo to tutor for creatures by sacing Hulk and repeatable with Muldrotha.


Cards to consider cutting:

  • Golgari Guildgate
  • Thornwood Falls
  • Jwar Isle Refuge
  • Ambush Viper
  • Fleet Swallower
  • Scribe of the Mindful
  • Dreamborn Muse
  • Manic Scribe
  • Chronic Flooding
  • Mirror-Mad Phantasm
  • Necrotic Ooze
  • Werebear
  • Carapace
  • Mind Grind
  • Tolarian Winds
  • Villainous Wealth
  • Bloodchief Ascension
  • Mindcrank


99LandOTK on Muldrotha, The Budget-Conscious

6 days ago

I like the look of this deck, I took a more combo-orientated approach to my Muldrotha deck, Finalized Muldrotha, but yours is definitely better on a budget. Something I'd recommend is adding Satyr Wayfinder , it's a great two in one ramp / mill card.

Pull from the Deep isn't necessarily a great card, but it can be useful if you mill an instant or sorcery you wanted to keep.

I've dealt with a bunch of graveyard hate in my playgroup, so cards like Noxious Revival (not under $1) or Reclaim (budget version) can be useful tools if you face the same problems.

Freed from the Real can go infinite with your Kiora's Follower and a bounce land, though many other untappers can do the same thing, ex Voyaging Satyr . With infinite I'm sure you can find a way to win.

Good luck!

SpectreFusion on Golgari Graveyad

6 days ago

Splinterfright might replace some copies of Ghoultree since it keeps building your yard and has trample. Boneyard Wurm is similar cheap alternative but lacks the extra abilities. Grim Flayer , Satyr Wayfinder , and Glowspore Shaman could also be useful. A copy or two of Vengeful Pharaoh can be a good deterrent if it fits your deck. Gnaw to the Bone might be useful against burn or aggro. Grisly Salvage puts 4 or 5 cards into the grave instead of Corpse Churn 's 2, but it has a harder casting cost and you have a smaller selection of creatures to bring back to your hand. Lastly Tombstalker might also be an interesting addition. Best of luck man.

triproberts12 on Mimeoplasm something

6 days ago

The reason why you're having mana problems is that you are only running 33 lands. And, yes, I mean 33, not 34. Temple of the False God is a free 4-mana rock, not a land. God, I hate that card. In a 99 card deck, that's the equivalent of running 20 lands in a 60 card deck. Add in 4 more lands minimum, or at least 3 if you swap out Temple for a basic. Run Mulch , Satyr Wayfinder , and Grisly Salvage . Swap Sign in Blood for Night's Whisper , since it's easier on the mana when you need to hit your land drops.

I think you should go with the reanimator plan, since it's the most straightforward upgrade to what you have here. You can cut the cards that don't play into that plan for the land stuff I mentioned above. Also, a good way to think of your deck is in packages of 9 cards. In a 99 card deck, you're 70% likely to hit one of 9 cards in your first 4 turns, which is when a casual EDH deck wants to be done with setup and get to its game plan. With the exceptions of silver bullets and "eat your vegetables" cards (removal, draw, or ramp), try to fit your cards into those packages so that you have a coherent game plan you'll reliably have the cards to execute.

If you want to know where to stick your money, pick up a copies of Breeding Pool and Overgrown Tomb . They're not going to get cheaper than they are now, and they'll go in every deck you build from here out. If you do, they your fixing in green becomes much better, since you can run Nature's Lore , Skyshroud Claim , Hunting Wilds , and Ranger's Path . Even without that, you should run Farseek .

As for EDHREC, it really is a good place to get help, although you'll probably want to specifically visit the pages for your commander and the graveyard theme page. I've linked a Scryfall search for lands available in your colors from most to least popular here, as well. Good Luck!

hkhssweiss on Muldrotha, the Gravetide

1 week ago

First off WarriorMagic, we can now start tuning your Muldrotha deck as we have trimmed the excess away right now. The build that you described to me in the link is pretty much a "value" Muldrotha build with resources to abuse effects from your creatures. With that being said I would include several cards like:

A lot of them are just value cards, but with Muldrotha on the field you will be able to abuse them much more efficiently. Certain cards like Attunement are great at filling your grave as well. The main point however is getting Muldrotha on the field fast. If you are going the heavy grave route I would consider adding in mana dorks like Llanowar Elves , Elvish Mystic , Elves of Deep Shadow , etc. with cards like Dark Ritual , Culling the Weak , to get that extra mana to cast her faster.

hkhssweiss on Plunder the Grave

2 weeks ago

You can consider adding in more cards like Animate Dead , Dance of the Dead , Necromancy , Reanimate , or Life / Death to cheaply grab cards from your grave.

Some also good inclusions are Grim Haruspex , Blood Pet , Satyr Wayfinder , Corpse Augur , Eldritch Evolution .

Feel free to take a look at my version as well for some perspective!


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Hope that helps!

hkhssweiss on Death Cannot Escape a Thousand Eyes [Competitive]

3 weeks ago

alexander.rokicki

I would definitely recommend adding in some dredge-esque cards. Since Izoni Undergrowth triggers off cards in graveyard. Cards that can benefit you are Life from the Loam , Golgari Thug , Stinkweed Imp , Golgari Grave-Troll , Dakmor Salvage .

In conjunction with the dredge cards you can use the cycling lands as well to trigger off your dredge abilities like Barren Moor and Tranquil Thicket . While to give off even more synergy, you can use cards like World Shaper to grab back all the lands you dredged away. Cards also like Glowspore Shaman , Satyr Wayfinder , Stitcher's Supplier , Buried Alive , and Entomb are great ways to add more cards to your graveyard.

In terms of your interaction suite, you can add in cards like Nature's Claim or Abrupt Decay . Other than that you are running pretty decent spells. Lastly your land base, if on the budget side you can still definitely add in Command Tower at the bare minimum with the addition of the reprinted shock land Overgrown Tomb and also reprinted Twilight Mire . Llanowar Wastes is pretty cheap for the pain land and will help with your color fixing. High Market is also another recommended land I would add in for protection.

Hope that helps!

Klein_Horus on Sultai Ruinator - Overflowing Grave

4 weeks ago

I have a deck similar to yours Skaab Collector

Like others said having Skaab Ruinator with Splinterfright and Boneyard Wurm seems to me more like a disadvantage.

I would suggest adding Eternal Scourge because it can be cast from exile and maybe Fauna Shaman to tutor for the creatures you need. That way you can discard Eternal Scourge or no longer needed Satyr Wayfinder . If there is no graveyard hate you can even discard Skaab Ruinator to search for other creatures like Sidisi.

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Satyr Wayfinder occurrence in decks from the last year

Modern:

All decks: 0.15%

Golgari: 0.17%

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.1%

Golgari: 0.82%

BUG (Sultai): 0.81%

BGW (Abzan, Junk): 0.15%