Tymna the Weaver

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Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Pauper Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Commander 2016 (C16) Rare

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Tymna the Weaver

Legendary Creature — Human Cleric

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At the beginning of your postcombat main phase, you may pay X life, where X is the number of opponents that were dealt combat damage this turn. If you do, draw X cards.

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Tymna the Weaver Discussion

bomb_arie on Rafiq, Tier it up?

1 week ago

rockleemyhero There are two players in special in our playgroup who said goodbye to Casual and hello to cEDH. And both can't resist playing cEDH decks while we often play a more casual setting.

Yesterday I took the challenge to play a few three player games against both of them and the first I won with Rafiq and then I switched to a more casual Commander which was a big mistake.

To give you an idea I played against the following Generals:

I think I saw around five times one of them go infinite, in draw, damage, gaining life or whatever. There was only one game where nobody played a deck with blue so without counterspells. Which I nearly won with my Bladewing the Risen deck.

Normally these guys play fetch and pain (In which I should invest, I know). Counters, draw, ramp you name it. To go short: I know the difference between Casual, Tight Casual and cEDH. These guys seldom play a Commander who is lower than Tier 2 and they know how to play them.

So what I would like to do is make two decks which can compete with them. I don't mind spending money on cards but I am no millionaire so I have to save up. The other deck is going to be Momir Vig, Simic Visionary which I have in a casual setting right now and I am going to rebuild it to the Hack version.

DrukenReaps on Kumena or Derevi for Merfolk ...

2 weeks ago

You should build for fun and since you like the lorwyn guys derevi isn't a bad choice.

Another thought you could do is Sidar Kondo of Jamuraa and Thrasios, Triton Hero since that gives you a merfolk in the command zone gives you your colors and Sidar works with merfolk pretty well.

If you wanted to add black since merfolk have some black Thrasios also works with Tymna the Weaver or Ravos, Soultender.

Personally of the options you gave I would lean towards Kumena, Tyrant of Orazca for consistency.

WarArchangel86 on Devout Insurgency - Tribal Orzhov Clerics

2 weeks ago

Several draw engines available, Tymna the Weaver, Skullclamp, Bygone Bishop, Vanquisher's Banner, Herald's Horn, Many of my creatures become so cheap or free late-game I can abuse them for extra cards.

Also much of the late game is abusing graveyard so part of each turn is returning pieces of my deck that have been destroyed or killed. If the game is still going well into the late-game, I tend to change focus to combo out and kill everyone at that point.

Babe3ruth on Babe3ruth

2 weeks ago

Lilbrudder My opponents really vary, I have faced a wide variety of decks a deck that got Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker out and combo off around turn 5, a Thrasios, Triton Hero Tymna the Weaver deck that combed off at turn 4, a deck that used Shadowborn Apostle to win around turn 8ish, or occasionally I will face a mill or wheel deck that are both pretty slow along with a variety of others. I have never faced a stacks based deck at my local shop or an FNM.

Razulghul on Let's Talk About Esper

3 weeks ago

If you want to try something kind of unique I think you could try Tymna the Weaver and Silas Renn, Seeker Adept. I could see it being good in a artifact storm type deck running Ad Nauseam. It probably won't be as good as zur but in the right meta it might work.

Managem on Divine Machinations (Cleric Tribal)

1 month ago

Must be a mere coincidence, I was thinking last night of making a partnered EDH deck, and thought Ravos, Soultender and Tymna the Weaver immediately, the access to lifegain, removal, and reanimate between white and black is superb. It would fare well against a lot aside from Aunt Ani aka Animar, Soul of Elements being pro black and white

I have to say I'm impressed with what I just saw in this deck, looks like a blast to pilot. If I may make potential suggestions, or future upgrades it would be the following;

Cavern of Souls choosing cleric obviously

Land Tax This can easily help filter/thin out your deck, while providing potential ramp, not that you necessarily need it much, but still.

Rotlung Reanimator despite the fact you have an Angel that wipes zombs. Rotlung could net you bodies for board presence which can help cushion against attacks, or play offensively if need be...

High Priest of Penance removal

Mikaeus, the Lunarch pumps your clerics well enough

Bishop of Rebirth

Sanctum Prelate Stellar control, if it dies you can always play it anew and choose new numbers with Ravos

True Conviction definitely high cmc but can turn tides easily!

Auriok Champion

Archangel of Thune

Debt to the Deathless

Righteous Confluence

Custodi Soulbinders

Felidar Sovereign not a cleric and somewhat high cmc but another alt win con similar to Test of Endurance

Athreos, God of Passage not a cleric but great reanimator and swinger if online.

Just some examples, there are many variations that can be made of this deck. Especially zombie or spirit token generation that can stabilize the board and propel Tymna the Weaver, anything that has ETB effects are great for Ravos such as

Ashen Rider

Sin Collector

Hope this long list of good junk may help you!

SlavicGhaespar on Lifegain of the Abzan

1 month ago

Tymna the Weaver seems like an autoinclude. Draw and lifegain :)

enpc on Final Deck Input

1 month ago

Personally I have found Tymna the Weaver + Tana, the Bloodsower to be one ofthe most flexible commander decks as far as viable strategies. There is the 4C stax combo that a lot of people run in competitive circles, however you can tokens, voltron or even combo.

If you're not as focused on card advantage, Ravos, Soultender will provide a bit more resilience. The nice thing about the deck is that you can devote a few spaces to each of he strategies and they actually pull together pretty well.

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