Seedborn Muse


Format Legality
Vintage Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Modern Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Set Rarity
Tenth Edition Rare
Ninth Edition Rare
Legions Rare

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Seedborn Muse

Creature — Spirit

Untap all permanents you control during each other player's untap step.

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Seedborn Muse Discussion

Luvnarg on Hugs Deck

2 days ago

Looks neat! Prophet of Kruphix is banned in regular EDH. Consider Seedborn Muse instead.

Sgtpopnfreash on Kruphix, God of the big and the dumb

3 days ago

Also Seedborn Muse for sure goes in this deck...

NV_1980 on Samut, Voice of Infinite Combos

3 days ago

Looks pretty damn cool :) If you like untapping stuff as a reaction to one of the things you do (I saw Seedborn Muse and Copperhorn Scout, perhaps you could consider Thornbite Staff. Also, I love Mina and Denn, Wildborn as ramp in a Naya deck.

If you have time, have a look at my Naya deck. It has a different commander, but maybe you can use some of it. Cheers.

Fresh303 on Thrasios and Kydele: Eldrazi Envoys

4 days ago

This deck is sweet! I love the combination of card draw and ramp in the command zone. I would definitely replace Whelming Wave with Cyclonic Rift, you shouldn't have any problems getting to 7 mana and the card is so much more powerful. I would recommend replacing the Serum Visions with Sensei's Divining Top for the repeatable library manipulation. I know many people have said this before, but in multiplayer games, Seedborn Muse can get out of control when you are activating Thrasios, Triton Hero on every turn. I'm not sure Spellbook or Diminishing Returns are cards you necessarily want to be playing even though they have synergy because they both have major drawbacks. Budget allowing, you could replace those two with any of the following: Garruk Wildspeaker, Teferi, Temporal Archmage or Tezzeret the Seeker . All of them are individually powerful cards with ramp capability and additional synergy with other parts of your deck.

DemonDragonJ on Ideas for an Atraxa Deck

5 days ago

I am planning to build an EDH deck with Atraxa, Praetors' Voice as the general, and I know that she is an immensely popular EDH general, but I still wish to make a deck with her, because angels are one of my favorite creature types in this game and Phyrexia is one of my favorite factions in this game.

The idea that I have for my deck will, naturally, be to use Atraxas ability to place additional counters on my permanents: specifically, +1/+1 counters on my creatures and loyalty counters on my planeswalkers.

First, for other proliferation cards beyond Atraxa, I am planning to use Contagion Clasp, Contagion Engine , Fuel for the Cause , Inexorable Tide, Spread the Sickness , Steady Progress , Thrummingbird , and Viral Drake; I will not use Volt Charge, because my deck will not support the color red, Core Prowler , because it simply is too weak, and neither Plaguemaw Beast nor Throne of Geth , because my deck will not be generating large quantities to tokens to sacrifice to the abilities of those permanents. I am currently uncertain about Grim Affliction and Tezzeret's Gambit, so I shall await feedback from other users here regarding those cards.

Second, I will need a method for placing +1/+1 counters on my creatures initially, before I can multiply them, so I am planning to use the following cards to achieve that goal: Archangel of Thune, Ghave, Guru of Spores , Daghatar the Adamant , Kalonian Hydra, Forgotten Ancient, and Echoes of the Kin Tree . If anyone has any suggestions for further cards, I will greatly appreciate them.

Third, for planeswalkers, I will be seeking to use planesawalkers with powerful ultimate abilities, preferably those that grant emblems, and some of the planeswalkers whom I am considering are Tamiyo, Field Researcher , Ajani Steadfast, Ajani Unyielding, Narset Transcendent , Elspeth, Knight-Errant, Elspeth Tirel, and at least one version of Sorin. It is not a high priority, but I would like to ensure that all colors are represented equally, or nearly equally, among planeswalkers in my deck.

Fourth, I have a number of wild cards, cards that do not contribute to the overall theme of the deck but are still very nice to use. Thus far, every EDH deck of mine has both a Gilded Lotus and a Thran Dynamo, but, with a deck that uses the proliferate mechanic, perhaps I could use Astral Cornucopia and Everflowing Chalice in their places, since I will be able to increase the number of counters on them. I believe that every green EDH should contain a Seedborn Muse, so mine shall, as well, especially because she will work well with contagion clasp and contagion engine. I have a Mirari's Wake and Privileged Position in each of my green/white EDH decks and a True Conviction in every white deck, so this one shall, as well. Would Lux Cannon work in this deck? I am considering it, but wish for feedback before I actually purchase it. Also, a deck such as this should definitely have Doubling Season, but that card is currently very expensive, so I shall need to wait either for it to be reprinted or for me to have a great amount of surplus money to spend.

What does everyone else say about this? What ideas can you offer me for an EDH deck centered around Atraxa?

soulwarden11 on Yisan the Library Nerd

5 days ago

No problem! I had some good help from the competitive guys I play with locally. (The guy that has the Jeleva deck said it cost him about $12,000 to get it all foiled...he's also insane and works for a law firm...but he always has the #1 deck at any table and rarely loses a match.)

Some great answers to people trying to steal Yisan from you are things like Homeward Path, Temur Sabertooth, Sylvan Safekeeper, Beast Within, Lightning Greaves and Swiftfoot Boots.

Ideally, you'd have enough mana to just re-cast Yisan after killing him. Personally, I prefer the Homeward Path, Boots, Greaves and Sabertooth since they keep the cost down.

Temur Sabertooth + Yeva, Nature's Herald or Praetor's Counsel or my new favorite Heroic Intervention are fantastic ways to survive board wipes. There's also Wrap in Vigor.

Seedborn Muse is one of the most broken cards for Yisan to make use of, and gives you access to Yisan and friends every turn. The deck becomes super-responsive and you can always wait for their end steps or hold Yisan's ability to respond to problems and it made me feel like the Greenest Blue player ever to play Magic. Just be sure to stay on top of your triggers because there's a lot of them!

Temur Sabertooth became one of my most-favorite cards in the deck though. I was able to bounce-and re-cast Craterhoof Behemoth an infinite number of times with him and have no idea how much damage I ended up punching everyone with. Needless to say, they all DEFINITELY died to combat damage...

Delta-117 on The Queen's Egg

1 week ago

Ixalan has been leaked somewhat, and now there's actually been more cards spoiled for September's set than there has been for the one less than 2 weeks away...

Found this card you might like. It's a rare enchantment that costs 2.

"As Arcane Adaptation enters the battlefield, choose a creature type.

Creatures you control are the chosen type in addition to their other types. The same is true for creature spells you control and creature cards you own that arent on the battlefield."

This means if you wanted you could use something like Seedborn Muse which is now actually tutorable if you wanted to.

Wargru on Selvala Live Build Experiment

1 week ago

You should find room for Mimic Vat. Great with Paradox Engine and Seedborn Muse plus your ways to ramp. Also, a way to benefit from all the resources you are giving your opponent.

You mentioned wanting both creatures and ways to control your opponents. What about Sunblast Angel?

Bow of Nylea could be something flexible to search up with Captain Sisay

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