Tireless Tracker


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

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Set Rarity
Shadows over Innistrad (SOI) Rare

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Tireless Tracker

Creature — Human Scout

Whenever a Land enters the battlefield under your control, investigate. (Put a colourles Clue artifact token onto the battleifled with ", Sacrifice this artifact: Draw a card.")

Whenever you sacrifice a Clue, put a +1/+1 counter on Tireless Tracker.

Tireless Tracker Discussion

Kelvin-escesare on Vannifar Kiki

4 days ago

Hey LAAKIO, Tireless Tracker is mostly here just because it's often considered the best creature ever printed. It's a guaranteed 3-for-1 at minimum if we have a fetchland. Even if our opponent has a removal in hand the moment we play it, we have priority to play a fetchland and get a clue. Then if they try to remove it, we crack the fetchland in response for another clue. Nothing gives better card advantage for 3 mana AND we get a powerful attacker.

If you're wondering about the specific fit in this deck, as a creature based combo deck we're weak to removal-heavy decks, and Tracker singlehandedly wins those games.

TristanTaylorsVoice on Vannifar Pod

5 days ago

Thrun, the Last Troll has lost a lot of luster against UW in my opinion. Terminus and Settle the Wreckage are both clean ways to get around Hexproof and regenerate, it feels so good to resolve against Cryptic Command mana, but he doesn't seal the opponent's fate on the spot anymore.

I prefer Obstinate Baloth as another generic threat against aggro decks, black midrange decks and Burning Inquiry decks. It also still supplements the post board Tireless Tracker midrange plan.

A more janky suggestion is if you're considering Jace, the Mind Sculptor to tuck your pod targets back in the deck, Riverwise Augur is much lower power level, but it is poddable. I don't know how often this would come up, I would personally say either aren't worth it.

Rushsilver on Modern Bant Awaken

5 days ago

I like Wayward Swordtooth over Azusa since it's a threat too. Growth Spiral seems like a must-play as does Tireless Tracker . Tracker would literally be the best card in this deck. Card is insane. 4 Sylvan Awakening is too many. Sylvan Advocate is meh; I'd rather have another Courser or two.

RxPhantom on Goreclaw, Mother of Fatties

1 week ago

Hibernation's End does look really interesting. I think I may replace Genesis Hydra soon, and I haven't settled on a replacement. I'm considering Tireless Tracker to add to my Woodland Bellower package, of maybe even Bonds of Mortality to hose hexproof and indestructible. Or maybe Hibernation's End. So many possibilities.

Catpocolypse on HUMAN ZOO

1 week ago

I can see a lot of potential for this deck. My advice would be to splash Green. You get access to cards like Tireless Tracker and Hardened Scales . It would probably be worth splashing Green simply for Collected Company . I have a deck similar to this: Thalia's Horde of Humans. Using for synergistic cards like Thalia's Lieutenant and Abzan Falconer you can quickly spiral out of control.

This us however, your deck, and as such, these are just suggestions. You get to build your deck as you see fit.

Rzepkanut on The Flung King

2 weeks ago

Twilight Shepherd makes an infinite loop with Mazirek, Kraul Death Priest and an atog. The loop actually works with any creature that has persist this one just seems perfect for the deck

Rise of the Dark Realms . Nuff said.

It also seems like you could maybe use some fodder engines with unusual token types. Things like Faerie Artisans , Ulvenwald Mysteries note that it will trigger even if you sack the clue to an atog, Tireless Tracker same, Smothering Tithe , Dragon Broodmother , Whisperwood Elemental .

Sweet deck. Would love to try it someday.

smackjack on Vannifar Modern

2 weeks ago

JustMeHunter: Thanks. Ive considered him before but i dont like the idea of returning 2 forest to combo in case it gets interrupted. Some decks go only that route for the combo and i think its too risky. Ive added one (removed Tireless Tracker ) alongside my default combo route tho. I like having the option just in case, and the card makes Felidar Guardian i bit better :).

chiddybow on Lord Windgrace

3 weeks ago

Hey ,

I found in my deck some of the following helps: Ulvenwald Hydra - Power/Tough = lands and it tutors you a land to the battlefield. Has reach as well!

The Gitrog Monster - free draws , can get lands back with windgrace. Discarding a land with windgrace draws for 3. Dakmoor salvage should go in if you use gitrog, you sac it , on the draw trigger draw it back with dredge and draw more cards from lands going into the bin with dredge!

Life from the Loam - land engine. Dredge engine.

Torment of Hailfire . Big X spell. Either finishes or cripples opponent.

Oracle of Mul Daya - The dec is half lands. Oracle helps ramp faster and is really consistent. If you use oracle maybe look into getting some fetch lands. Can get cheap off coloured ones that will work great or terramophic expanse for basics.

Nissa, Vital Force - If it lives for one turn you draw a card everytime a land comes into play. Wins games.

Tireless Tracker - draw engine in a land deck

Scapeshift - sac lands for lands. Use to combo landfall triggers

Damnation / Blasphemous Act - better board wipes

Abundance - looks like a bad enchantment on face value but draws you into exactly what you want for the rest of the game !

The ahmonket cycle lands work really well in this deck. You often can cycle them and ramp them back with windgrace. Also they are dual lands which always helps.

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Tireless Tracker occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.21%

Green: 0.94%

Golgari: 0.15%

RG (Gruul): 0.77%

GW (Selesnya): 0.21%

G/U (Simic): 0.07%

BRG (Jund): 0.34%


All decks: 0.62%


All decks: 1.43%

Green: 0.15%

Golgari: 4.95%

RG (Gruul): 1.19%

GW (Selesnya): 0.47%

BGW (Abzan, Junk): 0.65%