Voyaging Satyr


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.

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Voyaging Satyr Discussion

xannada on Gruul Bloodrush

2 weeks ago

Since its budget, Elvish Mystic would be a better choice than Llanowar Elves. Other possibilities would include Arbor Elf or Voyaging Satyr.

enpc on The Deckwatch [Home Base]

2 weeks ago

TheRedGoat: I never said it was a good combo :P

Sure, you could run Sword of the Paruns, Gaea's Cradle and Voyaging Satyr which would be much better. But it's so generic.

White/Green artifacts sounds great. Hard mode engaged.

Silverdrake on Sylvan Turbo

3 weeks ago

It seems to me you're trying to take two very different directions here - Arbor Elf, Voyaging Satyr, and Utopia Sprawl are all great ramp cards but they do so without putting any lands on the field, meaning your Sylvan Awakening is less powerful. You could consider Search for Tomorrow instead of one of the one drops and Farseek (+ Breeding Pool of course) instead of the Satyr. You could also consider 1-2 Nissa, Worldwaker or Nissa, Vital Force as an extra way to close out the game in case you can't land the Awakening for some reason.

Whatever you decide to do, good luck and have fun!

Arvail on Let's Discuss: Pharika, God of ...

3 weeks ago

She saw some play in RTR + THS standard mainly in Golgari decks that ran stuff like Grisly Salvage, Satyr Wayfinder, Lotleth Troll, Nyx Weaver, Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord, Nighthowler, etc. Some sultai stuff was also around that used her.

People mostly remember that Standard rotation as containing lots of UWx control that absolutely abused Sphinx's Revelation and Supreme Verdict as well as mono B and BW decks centered around Gray Merchant of Asphodel. Cards like Nightveil Specter, Pack Rat, Underworld Connections, and so on proved to be easy ways to increase devotion counts. Mono blue devotion was also a thing around then, as was GR monsters lists that abused ramping with Voyaging Satyr and Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx.

Lastly, that standard era was defined by the insane power of Elspeth, Sun's Champion. Midrange decks that weren't Elspeth decks needed other ways to close games to stay relevant as long as she stayed around.

As far as removal was concerned, no, there wasn't an overabundance of great options. For example, Hero's Downfall was a $15 card when it came out. It's pretty good, but that's the best outside of Verdict. The biggest graveyard abuse that took place during this era came from Whip of Erebos. Still, remember that Rest in Peace debuted in Ravnica and did very little work in the format. It was a junk rare for a long time.

Hope that helps. If you have other questions, I can answer them.

DrewReaLee on ☀ Tuvasa Enchantress | Approach the Second Sun ☀

1 month ago

Enral I should have my final list up in a few days. I need to wait to see how many cards from the pre-con I am running. Currently I'm testing an infinite mana combo with Kiora's Follower, Voyaging Satyr and Freed from the Real with lands that have Fertile Ground type enchantments attached to them. I may even cut Omniscience because of its awkward casting cost and I don't have a Rector of my own.

And you're absolutely right that you need some protection against Merciless Eviction. I may run a Mana Drain or Counterspell to protect versus sweepers, but there isn't enough slots for a dedicated counter suite. I don't want to drop my enchantment level too low as currently I think I'm running like 40+ enchantments since the enchantresses are my primary way to draw in the deck.

Also I highly recommend Clever Impersonator.

GoldenMunchkin on Freed from the Real Combo

1 month ago

So after doing a bit of research I've found that a lot of decks use the likes of Arbor Elf, Kiora's Follower or Voyaging Satyr to untap a land that has been enchanted with Fertile Ground, Sheltered Aerie, Trace of Abundance or Utopia Sprawl, they have the plus of being a turn faster than your 4 mana creature but have the drawback of needing 2 cards (at least there's a few so you are more likely to draw them). up to you how you choose to use this information

RedmundR2 on Ooga Booga: Competitive Mono-G Ramp/Devotion

2 months ago

Blue_Flame thats actually a really interesting idea. My only hesitation would be that could interfere with my Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx plays, but thats not a big enough hindrance for the benefit Blood Moon can have versus so many decks in modern.

The Voyaging Satyr idea is very enticing, especially because it has synergies with most of my ramp. I might replace something different than Noble Hierarch though just because if I don't draw Arbor Elf, the next best thing is a turn 1 mana dork. Exalted is kind of just a bonus effect that I took for granted over the stats of a Llanowar Elves but it might not be the right play. I'll look into adding Satyr for sure.

Blue_Flame on Ooga Booga: Competitive Mono-G Ramp/Devotion

2 months ago

Something I've seen Mono Green Devotion players do is play a number of Stomping Ground/Wooded Foothills in their mainboard so they can have access to Blood Moon in their sideboard for control, 3+ color decks, Tron, etc... It's very effective and usually catches people off guard when they see it.

This might come off as weird to you but I would play 4x Voyaging Satyr over the Noble Hierarchs. Sure, Noble gives you exalted and ramps you 1 mana, but Voyaging interacts with your lands/Utopia Sprawls and multiplies the amount of mana you produce. Not to mention it'll save you $320. :D

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