Second Harvest

Second Harvest

Instant

For each token you control, create a token that's a copy of that permanent.

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Set Rarity
Commander 2019 (C19) Rare
Shadows over Innistrad (SOI) Rare

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Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Heirloom Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Pioneer Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Second Harvest occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.03%

Golgari: 0.19%

Second Harvest Discussion

Snake_Oil on The Bloodhall Season 4 - Baru, Fist of Krosa

4 days ago

With the amount of Saprolings you can generate, Life and Limb might be something to consider for Baru -- It's highly risky admittedly, but if it works the way you think it'd work, something like Spontaneous Generation/Saproling Symbiosis or Second Harvest suddenly becomes an even bigger threat.

Love your work, MH, keep it up!

king-saproling on Tokens Everywhere

2 weeks ago

This is a great start! You might like these:

  • Mimic Vat. Interestingly, if you populate a token that was made by Mimic Vat, the populated token stays indefinitely. This is because the new token was not created by the Vat and does not have the same triggers/restrictions tied to it. However, if you populate a token from Minion Reflector, both tokens are lost at end of turn because the creature itself has the text "At the beginning of the end step, sacrifice this permanent." So I recommend Mimic Vat but not Minion Reflector haha.

  • Similar to Mimic Vat: Twinflame, Flameshadow Conjuring, Helm of the Host, Seance, Feldon of the Third Path, Soul Foundry. These all let you create token copies of your creatures, which can be populated. Imagine having multiple Dragon Broodmothers!

  • Adorned Pouncer, Anointer Priest, Angel of Sanctions. These are all interesting here because after they have been embalmed/eternalized, you can populate them! Populating tokens with powerful effects like these is much better than making vanilla tokens.

  • Second Harvest and Parallel Evolution. Populate on steroids.

  • Eternal Witness, Farhaven Elf, Wily Goblin. These cards are decent on their own and become especially good when you start making token copies of them.

Daveslab2022 on Rando creature token deck

2 weeks ago

First of all, welcome to the game! This is a solid looking deck. There are a few cards in here that either, in my opinion, don’t fit, or there are better versions of, or do really cool things but are really “win-more cards.” A win-more card is essentially a card that is awesome! But it’s only awesome when you’re already doing what you want to be doing. In this case, a win more card is Anointed Procession. It does something really cool (makes more tokens) but really only does it when you’re deck is functioning well. If your opponent is playing a Control deck, and just kills all of your early token producers, it’s a sad day. Also, you really want your plays on Turn 4+ to either immediately affect the board, or present a real threat. I feel that Second Harvest fits this definition as well. If you have a decent board- it’s amazing! But in every other case it’s meh.

Druid's Deliverance doesn’t really fit in this deck. It’s really reserved for “Turbo-Fog” decks who utilize similar effects to stall the game while building up to something stupid like Part the Waterveil or Villainous Wealth. I would recommend some removal spells like Path to Exile for super cheap removal, or Cast Out for more versatile removal, hitting planeswalkers and stuff.

March of the Multitudes seems like it would love a spot here.

Hope I helped!

discipleofgary73 on Emmara, Soul of Beauty [enchantress]

2 weeks ago

I love this style of enchantress. It's a neat approach, going for the token generation!
I think having a way to get around hexproof/indestructible might be helpful for this deck. Bonds of Mortality and Arcane Lighthouse come to mind.
The repeatable tutor potential of Starfield of Nyx and Sterling Grove is also something to consider. They make a perfect target for Plea for Guidance and then you can tutor a card every turn after. A solid way to get the divine visitation, token doublers, and itlimoc all out.
Second Harvest, while a one-off, could be another game changer.
Also, if you have divine visitation out, Thopter Assembly could be a funny way to make an inordinate amount of angles.
Really enjoyed looking through the deck!

Abraxas3719 on Tokens, Buffs, and Burn Oh My

3 weeks ago

king-saproling these are really solid suggestions, I especially like Second Harvest, Herald of the Host, and Anointer Priest. I unfortunately just ordered this list for her yesterday. But I've added the suggestions to the maybes for her to look at and make her own decisions on as time goes on

daMZboi on [PRIMER] See my lands? See them double?

3 weeks ago

These cards are all budget and fit your deck.

Nissa, Vital Force for a one-turn-later ult

Parallel Evolution to double tokens

Second Harvest to double tokens

Spearbreaker Behemoth as boardwipe protection (30 mana for 30 tokens) as even Titania creates 5-power tokens

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