Seeker of Skybreak


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

Printings View all

Set Rarity
Seventh Edition Common
Tempest Common

Combos Browse all

Related Questions

Seeker of Skybreak

Creature — Elf

Tap: Untap target creature.

View at Gatherer Browse Alters

Price & Acquistion Set Price Alerts

Cardhoarder (MTGO)

0.03 TIX $0.03 Foil


Seeker of Skybreak Discussion

Rzepkanut on Selvala, friend to elves and beasts

1 month ago

I love playing this commander, mine is one of my favorite decks. Plus I love Elf decks, I've even got 2 currently (one paper one online). A few of the super synergy cards you will love using are missing. First off Elvish Guidance is another Priest of Titania. Ways to give haste and have more Selvala untaps per turn like Instill Energy, Nature's Chosen, Seeker of Skybreak, & Thousand-Year Elixir can also combo with mana elves too. Then there is Great Oak Guardian, which usually also truly ramps you from casting it in an elf deck even though it costs 6 mana, plus its a combat trick if needed. If you need to find space I think your card function groups (removal, draw, ramp, etc.) are fairly balanced, and the untap effects are essentially ramp/draw spells. So I would sub out those kind of cards for them. Here's a link to my lists for convenience:

Selesnya Selvala is my favorite mana dork ever.Selvala's Army of Infinite Mana Generating Elves

Happy Gathering!!

GabeCubed on Pipe it up (pipe it up)

1 month ago

To be honest, as you have predicted, Elvish Piper is a pretty fragile way to cheap out some big Eldrazi.

If you gave it haste (Akroma's Memorial, Mass Hysteria), that could help a bit. Chord of Calling can help you retrieve it, but that's about all you got.

The more efficient ways of doing these things is the Urza Lands (Urza's Tower, Urza's Power Plant, and Urza's Mine). You could also use Through the Breach and Goryo's Vengeance.

But, if you do want to keep it this way, there are some things you can do. Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx is a good addition. This means that upping the amount of Garruk Wildspeaker wouldn't be a bad idea.

Get rid of Vile Redeemer, Seeker of Skybreak (not Modern legal either), Hydra Broodmaster and Prowling Serpopard. More mana ramp could be used, Chord of Calling, Burning-Tree Emissary, Eternal Witness, and Birds of Paradise.

Hope some of that helps!

PookandPie on Legacy Combo Elves

1 month ago

I've played Legacy Elves (a full Elves deck, with 4 Gaea's Cradle and all) for about four years now, so I'm going to weigh in a bit:

You have two paths you can take this deck. Full, legitimate Legacy Combo Elves, or a casual Combo Elves deck. If you want to do casual Combo Elves, remove the Timberwatch Elves for Green Sun's Zeniths and then drop Wellwisher for Staff of Domination. Staff is basically better Genesis Wave in this deck and gives you 7 outlets for big mana- if you control either Priest or an Archdruid plus four other Elves, you now have infinite mana, card draw, untaps, and life gain. Landing it with 5 Elves simply means you should win, lol, and Ezuri can pump your Elves to ridiculous numbers, so no need for Timberwatches anymore. GSZ's help make sure you can grab a Priest or Archdruid every game, which will aid your consistency. Boom- decent casual deck though lacking in interaction. You should be able to turn 5 everyone regularly, anyway.

If you decide to do legit Legacy Elves: You don't need Wellwisher. Drop it. There's your Heritage Druid slot. Life gain is nice, but it's unnecessary when you just drew through your whole deck on the third turn. Seeker of Skybreak needs to go, as well, because Nettle Sentinel does a similar job for half the cost and usually will produce more mana with Druid. Asceticism is unnecessary, and can be your slot for Natural Order, which is important and I'll explain why in a bit.

Green Sun's Zenith still needs to be in the deck, so that could easily take the place of Timberwatch Elf. Elvish Visionary and Wirewood Symbiote have insane synergy, so I'd highly recommend the Visionary. Glimpse of Nature will draw you into more of your library early than Genesis Wave can (as you only really need to land 10 or so Elves and then fish out your Behemoth for the win in a Legacy game). Elvish Mystic can be Deathrite Shaman, and Quirion Ranger should probably be put into the deck in some fashion, probably over Taunting Elf.

With 2 more slots, add in Craterhoof Behemoth. You Natural Order for the Behemoth after drawing/casting 10~ Elves, which makes one or two getting through game.

Still running Priest of Titania is okay when you don't have Gaea's Cradle, so keep that. Archdruid probably isn't necessary and could maybe become Birchlore Rangers to help with Deathrite mana.

The Legacy combo Elves version is fairly resilient (IE, killing one of your creatures doesn't slow you down ludicrously as it has tutors and many of the creatures are lower cost), and goes off on turns 3 and 4, respectively, versus just Genesis Waving for 14+ on turn 5.

If you do multiplayer games, do the casual Elves deck as tuned meta Legacy Elves won't work against more than one opponent. If you're doing 1v1 games, there's nothing greater than the feeling of drawing a ton of cards on the third turn and crushing your opponent.

tschiller on Legacy Combo Elves

1 month ago

Omgawall & Snapdisastermage: well now you got me curious, how would you do changes? Imo Priest of Titania gets me 3-4 mana in turn 3 if all comes along well, if it's going fantastic I'll get 6-8 combined with Seeker of Skybreak. At this point I kinda don't see the benefit of Heritage Druid who would give me let's say 3 mana at turn 2. Or am I just to dumb to see it? :o Primary target is to hit Genesis Wave with as much mana as possible, furthermore tapping my combo elves for producing mana doesn't seem to ideal neither, because I can't rely on their functions anymore. Pls enlight me, I'm for sure willing to change the deck towards even more speed and my wincon Genesis Wave :)

NewAgeDoom on Need help making my deck ...

2 months ago

I used to play a lot of Elves back when I used to play regularly (back around Lorwyn), and I'm trying to get back into the swing of things running mono-green elves on a relative budget (between 20-30 dollars). Would anyone mind taking a look at this deck and giving me some suggestions for cards I can get relatively cheap to make the deck Modern legal?

20 Forest

4 Wellwisher

4 Wirewood Channeler

4 Llanowar Elves

4 Timberwatch Elf

4 Taunting Elf

2 Seeker of Skybreak

2 Lys Alana Huntmaster

2 Imperious Perfect

2 Essence Warden

2 Kamahl, Fist of Krosa

2 Elvish Harbinger

1 Primordial Sage

1 Chorus of the Conclave

2 Elvish Promenade

1 Rite of Passage

1 Orochi Hatchery

dreamistt on

2 months ago

I'd remove

Get Selvala online as soon as possible (T2):

Flavor win

Untapping Selvala/Combo

Card Advantage


Big Guns



SpookyTerry on Yisan, Competitive EDH

2 months ago


Great call on Dosan the Falling Leaf going to order one now. At the store I play in everybody always targets me, even though my friend plays a very competitive Animar and a Sharuum deck that is about to go off (I think it's revenge from a good Meren deck I used to play haha) so Dosan will certainly help :D

For Illusionist's Bracers I think I will have to add Seeker of Skybreak to go infinite. Is this what you are using it for? Do you play Rings of Brighthearth as well?

I was thinking about Eldrazi Monument as well but a little unsure if it is worth it.

Greenwarden of Murasa seems better than relying on drawing Noxious Revival etc. I will order one as well.

There are some nice looking cards in Amonkhet, Manglehorn for extra stax, not sure if it is going to be good enough to replace Reclamation Sage though. Throne of the God-Pharaoh is possibly worth a look too.

I am not too sure about Extraplanar Lens seems by the time I get it out mana is not an issue. How is it working out for you?

Rzepkanut on Selvala, Explorer Returned

2 months ago

The MVPs in my Selvala deck are the cards that let us have more parleys: Instill Energy, Nature's Chosen, Seeker of Skybreak, Thousand-Year Elixir, & Wirewood Lodge. Happy gathering!

Selesnya Selvala is my favorite mana dork ever.

Commander / EDH Rzepkanut


Load more