Wild Pair


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual 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) Rare
Premium Deck Series: Slivers (PDS) Rare
Planar Chaos (PLC) Rare

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Wild Pair


Whenever a creature enters the battlefield, if you cast it from your hand, you may search your library for a creature card with the same total power and toughness and put it onto the battlefield. If you do, shuffle your library.

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Wild Pair Discussion

nintendo917 on A Study In Slivers: Toolkit Sliver Commander

3 days ago

I swapped out Wild Pair for Kindred Summons only because it's funnier

chadsansing on I Bow To No Fools

1 week ago

Mebbe some more ways to cheat creatures into play like:

Happy brewing!

chadsansing on Marath's Enchanted Wilds

1 week ago

You might want even more token producers or a more tribal list of creatures to benefit from Mana Echoes and your tremors effects. Maybe Assemble the Legion and Avenger of Zendikar?

Genesis Wave, Tooth and Nail, Defense of the Heart, Pattern of Rebirth, Garruk, Caller of Beasts, and Wild Pair might all be fun ways to cheat more creatures into play, as well.

Have fun!

chadsansing on Dino EDH

1 week ago

Great commander and colors - there are a lot of great cards for cheating big critters into play. Bestiary is sweet.

Pathbreaker Ibex and Craterhoof Behemoth (or other Overrun effects) might also be non-dino cards to consider in this deck.

To cheat more creatures into play, maybe try some of these cards:

You could also try Steely Resolve naming dinosaurs.

Have fun playing!

chadsansing on Zacama, Primal Big Stuff

1 week ago

It might be fun to test other ways to cheat big creatures into play, as well, like:

If you tighten up the creature list to be mostly dinos, a Steely Resolve might be cool; if not, maybe Asceticism?

Happy playing!

DwaginFodder on The Ur Dragon's Raging Rainbow Party Friends

1 week ago

I love Skyline Despot and Call to the Kindred in my Ur-Dragon deck. The Despot generates good tokens while monarch pulls cards, but since dragons draw such aggro I'm not sure how good it is. Call is just plain stupid, though. Wild Pair I often find is better than Tooth and Nail, even if it is slower. It's comparatively cheap, too.

Also, with Dromoka, the Eternal's triggers, I don't think that they all automatically choose the same creature because you have to order them on the stack so they don't resolve all at once, and you don't choose any targets. This lets you spread your counters around a bit. I'm not completely sure that's how it works, though, so I wouldn't swear by it.

chadsansing on D&D - Demons and Dinos

1 week ago

Cool theme!

Maybe consider some B reanimator spells and Cauldron of Souls to protect against wipes.

There are also a lot of G spells you could play to cheat big creatures into play like Genesis Wave, Kindred Summons, Wild Pair, Tooth and Nail, Defense of the Heart, and Pattern of Rebirth.

Have fun!

chadsansing on Xenagos Commander Deck

1 week ago

I like the suggestions above and might also suggest Genesis Wave, Wild Pair, Pattern of Rebirth, and Sunbird's Invocation as ways to cheat more creatures into play.

Happy brewing!

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