Splendid Reclamation

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Eldritch Moon (EMN) Rare

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Splendid Reclamation

Sorcery

Return all land cards from your graveyard to the battlefield tapped.

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Splendid Reclamation Discussion

hkhssweiss on Muldrotha, the Gravetide

4 days ago

Yo WarriorMagic, based on the list you sent me it seems like you want to go with the value route. Is there a particular budget that you have in mind? Muldrotha has access to a plethora of colors, I can help you get like a defined list of core cards and packages that would be great and than you can add in your particular flair that you like to make it more personalized for your meta or style.

Right away from what I can see these are already a list of cards you can cut due to inefficiency.

Cut these cards away first so we can see the deck in a 100 cards first than we can work from there~

Thurbajen on Omnath Is One Angry Boyo

5 days ago

triproberts12 Thanks! These are all cards that I've tried out which shows that we're own a similar page!

Exploration is excellent, but I don't own a copy and it is expensive.

Verdant Confluence I found a little expensive and that I didn't need the recursion it offers.

Pir's Whim I found good, but I haven't played it in a game yet so I'm finding it difficult to tell whether it's worth it and what to cut. I agree it's underplayed!

I don't think I need the tutoring of Hour of Promise unless I run Gaea's Cradle , and that ones a little out of my budget! I don't lean very heavily on Kessig Wolf Run or Temple of the False God .

I didn't find the panorama's very good! The point you make about being able to have them on the field before getting Omnath, Locus of Rage to the battle field is a good one, so I might need to test them out again, but the no cost of Terramorphic Expanse and Evolving Wilds is incredible in combo with Ramunap Excavator and Crucible of Worlds , especially with Exploration type effects.

I only recently got my hands on a copy of Ashnod's Altar so I think I should put World Shaper back in as Splendid Reclamation is one of the best cards in the deck, thanks for reminding me!

Field of Ruin actually ramps everyone else which I didn't get when I read the card, and I don't think I need anymore land destruction as Strip Mine has done the job for me, but I will consider it if I think I need more in future.

Explosive Vegetation I think actually has a home here, and is hence an exception to the article! He mentions that it shouldn't be in the other Omnath though! The two landfall triggers are much better than the one of a Rampant Growth .

Bane of Progress is in the sideboard for that reason. I normally prefer a Vandalblast though in most situations.

Cheers! Appreciate the help!

P.S. Roil Elemental is blue unfortunately! Haha one of those days eh?!

triproberts12 on Omnath Is One Angry Boyo

5 days ago

This deck definitely looks a lot more tuned. Good stuff. You might consider Exploration if you find Burgeoning performs well. I really like Verdant Confluence in my Tatyova deck. I don't have a lot of room for recursion, so it's function as a split card is great. Pir's Whim is another new card that has overperformed for me for the same reason. Like with Gishath, I think this deck is a good candidate for Hour of Promise you can get your (vomit) Temple of the False God to get directly to Omnath Mana, as well as Kessig Wolf Run .

I like Naya Panorama and Jund Panorama better than Evolving Wilds and Terramorphic Expanse in 2-color landfall decks. Your mana is slanted super hard green, so if you don't need a red source, it comes in untapped, PLUS you can hold off on sac'ing it until you have your commander out. I've found that Bant Panorama and Grixis Panorama have overperformed in Tatyova for me for those exact reasons.

World Shaper is a Splendid Reclamation on a stick, so that's a thing. Field of Ruin would also be a great card to deal with troublesome lands. If you like Fires of Yavimaya , the new Rhythm of the Wild is better, or a second copy is you like both- they even stack well. Finally, I would keep in mind that EDHREC article about land ramp, since I see Explosive Vegetation lurking here, as well.

As for cuts, I'm a little less confidant on that one. I've never played against Angry Omnath, so you're in a better position to know what you're unhappy to see. Good luck!

multimedia on Windgraces vengence

1 week ago

Hey, this is a good start and much better than the precon, good job, but I think you can take this much further even on a budget especially the manabase and creature base. There's honestly a lot of cards that I can suggest be added and cut, but instead of doing that I'll give you some suggestions of good cards to add that are included in the precon, but you're not playing them. My other suggestions are to make two of the best cards here even better. Very nice Ulamog, the Infinite Gyre , Dark Depths and Sword of Feast and Famine :)

Good cards in the precon that you aren't playing to consider adding:


Depths has very good interaction with Windgrace's -3 ability to reanimate lands, but you still have to be able to removal all the ice counters from Depths before you get Marit without having to pay each time to remove a counter. Consider adding Thespian's Stage ? Stage can copy Depths and the copy doesn't get ice counters thus once you copy it you can sac Stage which is now Depths and get Marit. Stage is a land with Windgrace's -3 ability you can reanimate both Depths and Stage at the same time and that's powerful. Consider Sylvan Scrying ? It's a low mana cost budget way to tutor for Depths or Stage.

Ulamog is 11 mana to cast and you want to cast him because of his powerful cast trigger. Ulamog requires a lot of ramp and cards that can search for him when you are set-up with enough mana to cast him. Cards to consider adding:

These cards are not just good with Ulamog, but many other cards, they're all just good budget cards.


Commander of Landfall is my budget causal Windgrace deck. Maybe it can give you some ideas, feel free to use it as inspiration. Some differences between my deck and yours are first the manabase. I'm playing a lot more lands for landfall and I've made it a priority to play as many budget dual lands that can that ETB (enter the battlefield) untapped. I'm playing many budget duals that interact well with basic lands because the manabase has 18-20 basic lands. I've made dual lands that are two different types of lands such as Cinder Glade a priority to take advantage of Farseek , Nature's Lore and Wood Elves . These three are excellent cards for ramp because can search for and put a dual land onto the battlefield.

Green is the most important color with the most sources in the manabase to take advantage of green's ramp, more specifically one drop mana dorks. Red and black are only splashes mostly for Windgrace. Good landfall creatures or creatures who interact in some way with lands are the priority for the creature base. There's creatures that let me play an additional land per turn or can put a land from my hand right onto the battlefield; these cards are the reason for 44 lands. I've reduced the high mana cost win condition creatures to just four, who all have great interaction with lands.

I'm playing other draw sources than just Windgrace because I can't rely on him staying alive. Budget tutors are in my deck, they help me search for a specific creature. There's recursion for other cards (any card or permanents), not just lands. This lets me safely discard a card that's not a land when I use Windgrace's +2 ability because I can get the card back if I need to.

If you have any questions I offer more advice.

Good luck with your deck.


multimedia on Tatyova's Bountiful Paradise

2 weeks ago

Hey, this is a good start, but I think you're including too much fat and not enough sustenance. There's several really good cards here: Thrasios, Safekeeper, Azusa, Cobra, Baloths, Excavator, Muse, etc. Command Tower is however missing :) All my cards suggestions are budget ($6 or less).

Cards to cut to make 100 cards:

  • Baloth Woodcrasher: this is a worse Rampaging Baloths.
  • Arcanis the Omnipotent: too expensive card draw which you don't need because of Tatyova.
  • Archetype of Endurance: not worth eight mana.
  • Polyraptor: not worth eight mana.
  • Patron of the Moon: not enough Moonfolk.
  • Fleet Swallower
  • Desolation Twin
  • Tromokratis

Consider reducing what creatures/cards you want as your win conditions because you don't need as many win condition creatures as you have here. All the cards I suggest to cut to make 100 are high mana cost creatures to help to reduce the high avg. CMC here which is 4.2. Choose a few win condition creatures who can benefit from the strategy of playing a lot of lands before and after the creature is on the battlefield.

I see Thrasios, Triton Hero and overall it's the most powerful card in the entire deck. Adapting the land strategy to also support him is a good plan to consider. Thrasios wants a combo that makes infinite colorless/colored mana because this lets you draw your deck and put all your lands onto the battlefield. Most infinite colorless mana combos consist of expensive price cards such as Rings of Brighthearth or Power Artifact with Basalt Monolith . There are however some budget two cards + Thrasios combos to consider:

  1. Krosan Restorer with threshold + enchanted with Pemmin's Aura or Freed from the Real : equals unlimited mana from tapping and untapping three lands. These auras let you untap Restorer which then lets you untap three lands gaining you two mana each time Restorer is untapped. Threshold is not difficult to enable (getting seven cards in your graveyard) with all the land ramp spells as well as Wilds, Expanse, Blighted, Bant Panorama, Ghost Quarter, etc.

  2. Viridian Joiner + Umbral Mantle + two mana: equals infinite green mana. Tap Joiner to make one green mana use it and two additional mana to then untap Joiner giving it 3 power. Tap Joiner to make three mana then use that three mana to untap Joiner giving it 5 power. You can now tap and untap Joiner unlimited amount of times.

  3. Umbral Mantle + Kydele, Chosen of Kruphix who's able to make four mana. If you have Kydele in play and draw four or more cards for the turn then you can tap and untap Kydele unlimited times with Mantle.

There are other budget infinite mana combos, but these are using cards that are fine for ramp without the combo therefore they can be used in other ways here with the land strategy.


There's a few cards to consider that can give you an advantage due to all the lands you're playing and putting onto the battlefield. These cards effect all players, but you can benefit much more from them because of the land strategy.

Overburden and Breach bounce lands that are in play back into their controllers hands this is very helpful because of landfall and you want a lot of lands in your hand to play each turn. These cards alone can really disrupt your opponents which is good for you.

Consider more lands? I suggest 42 lands. 36 lands is low for a land strategy especially when you want to be able to support landfall and play multiple lands per turn as well as use cards abilities to put lands from hand onto the battlefield. You need a lot of lands to be able to do all this each turn.

Lands to consider adding:

Other cards to consider adding:


Summary of all adds and cuts.

Overall cards to consider adding:

  • Avenger of Zendikar
  • Meloku the Clouded Mirror
  • Krosan Restorer
  • Pemmin's Aura
  • Viridian Joiner
  • Kydele, Chosen of Kruphix
  • Umbral Mantle
  • Command Tower
  • Bant Panorama
  • Ghost Quarter
  • Ghost Town
  • Flooded Grove
  • Botanical Sanctum
  • Overburden
  • Mana Breach
  • Horn of Greed
  • Mystic Remora
  • Eternal Witness
  • Nissa, Vital Force
  • Sakura-Tribe Scout
  • Llanowar Scout
  • Courser of Kruphix
  • Wayward Swordtooth
  • Splendid Reclamation
  • Zuran Orb
  • Nature's Lore
  • Nissa's Pilgrimage
  • Dryad Greenseeker
  • Coiling Oracle
  • Farhaven Elf
  • Beast Within

Overall cards to consider cutting:

  • Baloth Woodcrasher
  • Arcanis the Omnipotent
  • Archetype of Endurance
  • Polyraptor
  • Patron of the Moon
  • Fleet Swallower
  • Desolation Twin
  • Tromokratis
  • Archetype of Imagination
  • Artisan of Kozilek
  • Conduit of Ruin
  • Lorthos, the Tidemaker
  • Nezahal, Primal Tide
  • Pathrazer of Ulamog
  • Pathbreaker Ibex
  • Tomorrow, Azami's Familiar
  • Void Winnower
  • Frontier Guide
  • Bident of Thassa
  • Horizon Spellbomb
  • Seer's Sundial
  • Spellbook
  • Swiftfoot Boots
  • Venser's Journal
  • Retreat to Kazandu
  • Zendikar Resurgent
  • Omniscience
  • Peregrination
  • Overwhelming Stampede
  • Harvest Season

Good luck with your deck.


Braingamer on The Golgari Pepe

3 weeks ago

Unburial Rites can't be in the 99 because the flashback cost is white. Also you only have 90 cards total. For cards that you should put it I would defiantly say Worm Harvest Splendid Reclamation Rampaging Baloths and Ob Nixilis, the Fallen . Also in not sure why you're running so much re-animator cards without any pay offs?

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Splendid Reclamation occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.05%

Green: 0.06%

RG (Gruul): 0.31%

Golgari: 0.1%

BRG (Jund): 0.38%

BUG (Sultai): 0.14%