Tree of Redemption

Tree of Redemption

Creature — Plant


{T}: Exchange your life total with Tree of Redemption's toughness.

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Set Rarity
Masters 25 (A25) None
Innistrad (ISD) Mythic Rare

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Highlander Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Tree of Redemption occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.01%

Tree of Redemption Discussion

Scallywallwest on arcades wall tribal-budget

1 month ago

My goodness, I just realized like two months later what I said... The mana base needs a bit of work, throw in some fetch/shock/check/pain lands and utility lands and it will be better. Teyo, the Shieldmage could work here. Have you considered Hover Barrier? Huatli, the Sun's Heart may be of use. Tree of Redemption would be helpful if you have a low life total or if you want to make a huge creature. I'd say to add some creatures that give others trample, that way you can just use the big boys to start a full-force attack.

Can't wait to wrec---I mean, play against this deck.

Barbarian_Sun_Pope on A Tale of Defenders

2 months ago

Have you considered Tree of Redemption to work with Feed the Pack? Overgrown Battlement can also help you double up on mana with Axebane Guardian. Hope this helps.

rdean14 on Card creation challenge

3 months ago

From Tree of Perdition and Tree of Redemption

Sap of an Unknown Tree


Choose a player at random, that player loses 5 life.


When you cycle Sap from an unknown tree, you gain 5 life.

I'd like another card with cycling.

golgarigirl on Arcades Wall/Flicker

7 months ago

Other defenders to consider: Crashing Drawbridge , Wall of Junk , Geist of the Archives , Resolute Watchdog , Portcullis Vine , Suspicious Bookcase , Wakestone Gargoyle , Grappling Sundew

Ways to Win: Tower Defense , Tree of Redemption , Bar the Door , Solidarity , Slagwurm Armor , Meishin, the Mind Cage , Primal Rage , Sidar Kondo of Jamuraa

Flicker: Ghostway , Panharmonicon

Removal: Generous Gift , Arcane Denial

Other things: Search for Tomorrow , Treefolk Umbra , Brave the Sands , Guardian Project , Darksteel Plate

Notes: This deck has an absurdly low curve, and wants it's ramp in it's 1 slot, if it has much at all. Most good options are going to be a bit expensive if they're any good. Card draw shouldn't be a attention to what problems you run into while playing. Are you stalling for a way to push through? Do you need creature removal that isn't board clear? ETC.

Vlasiax on Impenetrable Shield [Aggro Combo]

1 year ago

Thanks for showing up. I hadn't recently updated this deck so I must reconsider some cards.

Speaking of cards Wall of Swords and Tree of Redemption aren't worth their costs. The former dies to our most one-sided boardwipes while the latter doesn't have Trample so it's 13/13 that gets easily chump-blocked. That's why I'm more excited for cards like Angelic Wall or Wall of Runes since they have very 'low to the ground' CMC and aren't that much weaker.

I also used to run Slagwurm Armor but if you use it after you cast it during the same turn it's for +0/+6 without any protection, which screams "JUST SWORD ME MAN". Better option would be Lightning Greaves , which protects the general and combo pieces if needed.

Consulate Skygate might be an option but this is my more budget-oriented casual-competitive deck. Main reason to use it would be two words: Mox Opal , because it's upping the number of artifacts you play, while still being a Defender with all the benefits that come with it. Until then I'd stick to Angelic Wall since I'm a bit too afraid of creature removal.

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