Voyaging Satyr

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Conspiracy: Take the Crown (CN2) Common
Theros (THS) Common

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Voyaging Satyr

Creature — Satyr

{T}: Untap target land.

Voyaging Satyr Discussion

XaiLo on Selvala Brostorm

3 days ago

Would Voyaging Satyr be worth inclusion? It only costs 1 more than Llanowar Elves but can untap cradle ot shrine or lodge for a lot of value.

Also, what do I do if Temur Sabertooth gets exiled?

Higenoaka on Budget Gruul Rampflood

1 week ago

Turn 1- Forest, Arbor Elf ... Turn 2- Mountain, Voyaging Satyr ... Turn 3- Forest or Mountain, Mirrorwing Dragon or Zada, Hedron Grinder ... Turn 4- The craziness can begin: 2x Aggressive Urge (makes 6 copies) or Wildsize (make 3 copies). Chances are good that I draw land and Swell of Growth for more land drop/buffs. More buffs/draw > more land/buffs > more buffs/draw

Higenoaka on Budget Gruul Rampflood

1 week ago

Lanzo493 - If an opponent casts Lightning Bolt on my Mirrorwing Dragon , the spell will copy for each of my opponent's creatures and target his/her creatures. I will definitely add Apostle's Blessing or another protection spell in there. Thanks for the advice.

PlatinumOne - This deck was made on a budget and to be used in casual play. I don't plan on taking it to tournaments. All those lands are very useful, as is Utopia Sprawl and Birds of Paradise , but again this is a budget deck. I may even drop the Sylvan Caryatid for Voyaging Satyr . However, you are right about creature removal. I may add a few Prey Upon so that I can play one on Mirrorwing Dragon or Zada, Hedron Grinder after I buff up my field.

Inkmoth on Yeva Draw-Grow

1 week ago

Good morning, gentlemen!

CyborgAeon: I'm really glad you like the deck! I'm also very happy to hear you've been playing it! Let me know how your games have gone, so that continue to improve upon the list. Glad I could show you Dryad Arbor 's practicality in tandem with Fetches, it's truly come in handy (to a point it's essential).

Brown Ouphe - It's neat that it can stop Isochron Scepter , however, I can't instant speed cast it to stop scepter unless Thousand-Year Elixir is on the field. Otherwise, I have to hope the scepter player plays into it. It's the primary reason Ouphe Vandals is enticing, even though 4 mana for that effect is.... clunky? My testing hasn't found him too useful YET (not giving up hope, I like this card). Not aware of what YMMV means, sorry.

Soren841: It's not your Windgrace deck, it's more of a heavy control deck that works its way up to MLD or T&N into Kiki+Zealot. I will see if my buddy would be willing to post it for you guys.

The fundamental difference between Yisan and Yeva, is that Yeva is literally just a Vedalken Orrery with flash in the CZ, whereas Yisan has value built in. Yeva relies on what's in hand in order to do anything.

Shaman of Forgotten Ways - My experience with this card is phenomenal and he's probably a main-stay for the forseeable future. While the deck has the ability to put everyone in a situation where scooping is the only viable option, you sometimes need to kill the table on the spot and Shaman is the main and most effective way to do it. His requirements to pop off are entirely negligible, since you're at infinite mana when he's being used for that purpose.

Voyaging Satyr : Satyr works in this context cause he's extremely cost efficient and the deck runs every Cradle land+ Crop Rotation , Wild Growth , Utopia Sprawl , and Ancient Tomb . He can fly under the radar until he needs to be exploited all while remaining a 2 drop dork. The problem with Satyr's friends is that I need to commit a land slot to pull off anything worthwhile and the deck only has one land tutor and 31 lands. Last but not least, my combo dorks are quite plentiful, so I can't even begin to wonder how much of a struggle it would be to find 2 slots for even one of them.

Thanks for the comments, guys!

CyborgAeon on Yeva Draw-Grow

1 week ago

Hi, Inkmoth - honestly it's no trouble. As a lover of niche builds (like Gonti food chain, venser food chain, yisan etc.) I can't help but love the idea of mono green combo-control.

I'll start collating the data, but my testing won't be as close to the mark as somebody who plays this as their deck often (I'd never even thought of fetching to clamp Dryad Arbor - that's genius - using it for EE & friends? Also great thinking).

While you're right about Brown Ouphe needing haste, it's a seriously good option for turning off scepter while they dig for a bounce spell, but using Ouphe Vandals vs scepter builds is still good! It's a very corner-case card, but I play against a lot of storm decks, so I've looked for just about every hatebear I can against these; I hope you find a slot for it though YMMV.

I'd be interested to see this cEDH viable windgrace build as it sounds neat; I see how the suggested lands are likely not ideal for yourself - I just find that in Yisan there are occasions (ie post LED) where the draw is necessary.

How's your experience with Shaman of Forgotten Ways ? I'd not considered it, but against my meta it seems smart in yisan & yeva; but it feels win-more due to needing formidable & 11 mana - is it easy?

Unlikely include, but you mention the use of Voyaging Satyr & friends - I'd recommend trying Magus of the Candelabra with Maze of Ith , as it opens up the possibility for t2 wins with infinite mana (though very rare), but it's also a 3 card way to achieve unbounded mana with gaea's cradle. Conversely you could use Ley Weaver (superior to Argothian Elder as it gives you a free shuffle) as a way to gain wins with Maze of Ith . I'm testing these out atm and find that using ley weaver is simpler in yisan, as you can either naturally draw maze / tutor via Sylvan Scrying .

Ocelot44 on The Old Fashioned Way

1 month ago

@Brutal_B

I’ll think about it. I’m trying to make most of my ramp sources interact with lands because of Nikya’s mana doubling ability. Either things that bring lands to the field like Wood Elves or untappers like Voyaging Satyr

99LandOTK on Muldrotha, The Budget-Conscious

1 month ago

I like the look of this deck, I took a more combo-orientated approach to my Muldrotha deck, Finalized Muldrotha, but yours is definitely better on a budget. Something I'd recommend is adding Satyr Wayfinder , it's a great two in one ramp / mill card.

Pull from the Deep isn't necessarily a great card, but it can be useful if you mill an instant or sorcery you wanted to keep.

I've dealt with a bunch of graveyard hate in my playgroup, so cards like Noxious Revival (not under $1) or Reclaim (budget version) can be useful tools if you face the same problems.

Freed from the Real can go infinite with your Kiora's Follower and a bounce land, though many other untappers can do the same thing, ex Voyaging Satyr . With infinite I'm sure you can find a way to win.

Good luck!

vortexgrey on Turn 2: 939 Damage!! [[With Primer]]

1 month ago

Hey there! So I decided to play around with the deck and rework it a bit and this is what I came up with.

The main issue I was having was that Hornet Queen and Primeval Titan weren't serving as wincons, despite being such high drops, so I decided to trade them in favor of extra ramp and draw power. I HIGHLY recommend the addition of Kiora, Master of the Depths , as she not only can she serve as a second Garruk {if not better), but she also lets you draw into your deck to grab a much-needed land and/or creature such as a Eternal Witness and/or Nykthos.

I do think Wistful Selkie is better than Eidolon of Blossoms (which I'd been playing in my build), as not only is it one mana cheaper, but it also provides an extra symbol for Devotion on Nykthos (though I am still playing one as a tech card for the moment). More and besides, it's rare that you get to draw more than a few cards from Eidolon anyway, and the aforementioned factors far outweigh the extra cards anyway.

I do recommend dropping Burning-Tree Emissary altogether however. The mana is clunky and the two mana symbols for Devotion are better granted through power cards like Acidic Slime or even Fertile Ground . On that note, I recommend swapping the playset of Burning-Tree Emissary for Fertile Ground , as not only does it actually ramp you in the long run, but it greatly powers up your Arbor Elf , Voyaging Satyr , Garruk, and Kiora plays as well.

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Voyaging Satyr occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.02%

Green: 0.14%