Tree of Redemption

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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

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Tree of Redemption

Creature — Plant

Defender

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

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Tree of Redemption Discussion

n0bunga on Shields up! Forward!

1 week ago

Shield Sphere should definitely get in here.

Also, you should definitely consider staxier pieces like Meekstone and Marble Titan. You could also do with more wrath effects like Fell the Mighty, Retribution of the Meek and Dusk // Dawn.

Also, Tree of Redemption?

peskychipmonk on Sidar-Ikra, of the Meek

3 weeks ago

Heartless Summoning might actually be pretty good, I might try it out. I ran Behind the Scenes originally and it didn't do that much for me unfortunately. I'm trying to avoid defenders, so probably no Tree of Perdition or Tree of Redemption, but I've been considering them. Originally I was trying to run as few creatures with power greater than two, which is why there is no Ulvenwald Observer. I have been going away from that a bit, so maybe.

Thanks for the recommendations

Daarkest on CAN YOU STOP ASSAULTING ME (v 1.1.1)

3 weeks ago

kohlstech the blue in the mana cost was the one reason I avoided him, although he is great. Also, Tree of Redemption is awesome. Thanks for the tips!

McToters on Sidar-Ikra, of the Meek

3 weeks ago

I think it my be worth trying out a Heartless Summoning since almost all of your creatures have big booties. This will interfere with 4-5 of the 1/1 creatures you have in there but those could always be replaced for more creatures that follow your theme, and any ramp you lose from those 1/1s can become sorcery spells instead like Rampant Growth, or even Yavimaya Elder cause it has benefits going to the graveyard. Behind the Scenes can give all your creatures Skulk. And if you put in Heartless Summoning you can then justify putting in Mirari's Wake for the mana boost and that additional +1+1 pump. Other suggestions: Tree of Perdition, Tree of Redemption, Ulvenwald Observer.

Feel free to check out my Doran deck for some other possibilities. I will say that my deck isn't totally true to his ability because I've had to build it to my meta (my deck has lots and lots of target removal and wipes) because my meta constantly targets Doran when I play him.

Hope this helps!

TehGrief on arcades, the wallflower

3 weeks ago

nmiller on Modern Walls

4 weeks ago

I'd say to add a Tree of Redemption for a good blocker/last resort plan. Great Wall is absolutely broken and is part of a broken combo in Legacy, but it's Legacy. And the combo is the jankiest thing that exists in the MUltiverse, so maybe not.

Mitrian on Nobody has the intention of building a Wall

2 months ago

I’ve been playing a similar list to this and it’s been much better than I expected. Arcades does draw a ton of hate, and as a result I’ve tweaked it to include Swiftfoot Boots and Lightning Greaves along with Enlightened Tutor.

Another couple additions I made were Angelic Chorus and Trostani, Selesnya's Voice. Both of those have done some amazing work. And then, due to their success, I also added Feed the Pack and Phyrexian Processor. Those last two may not stay, but I’m testing them now. I have once gotten the Feed the Pack and Tree of Redemption combo with Angelic Chorus on the battlefield, effectively doubling my life total and creating a ton of wolves. They were board wiped but the lifegain remained and I ended up winning largely because of it. I am also considering Aetherflux Reservoir as an alternate wincon simply because those two life gainers above synergize so well with all the cheap defenders. This does start to take the deck in another direction, but it works really well for only an investment of a couple cards.

I second the recommendation for Muddle the Mixture and would also recommend Enlightened Tutor, Mystical Tutor, and Worldly Tutor.

What to take out for all these? Always the hard part, right? It’s hard to say because everyone has different preferences, but I’m not a fan of the cards that pump defense, especially at sorcery speed. So that’s a couple of spots to start. There’s also a couple defenders in your list that I think are just a bit too weak or too much mana for their body. I think Hobby mentioned a couple of those...

I’ll try to get my full list posted here soon for more ideas if you’re interested.

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