Winds of Change


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH 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
Masters Edition (MED) Common
Portal (POR) Rare
Fifth Edition (5ED) Rare
Fourth Edition (4ED) Rare
4th Edition Foreign Black Border (4EDFBB) Rare
Legends (LEG) Uncommon

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Winds of Change


Each player shuffles the cards from his or her hand into his or her library, then draws that many cards.

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Winds of Change Discussion

Daedalus19876 on The Ten Plagues: Locust God EDH | *PRIMER*

1 month ago

USA_RGrimes: I ran Tolarian Winds for a while, but it's reliant on having a lot of cards in hand. My wheels these days are mostly "discard, draw a fixed number" to refill my hand when I empty it spamming rocks or whatever. The only exception being Winds of Change, because that ALSO screws over my opponents ;)

Shane.Allen on Doomsday Kess

1 month ago

ChaosArmoury I really like it. I used to play Kess doomsday and won many a war with it. I would think that a few other ways to mill your whole library would be useful. Angel's Grace + Ad Nauseam = great way to draw your whole library. Tainted Pact and Demonic Consultation are both also good ways to make it work. I also personally like Wheel of Fortune and Winds of Change in Kess builds.

Check out one of my top tier decks:

NV_1980 on Locust GODLIKE

1 month ago


I like what you've done here. Might I suggest:

  • Library of Leng; incredibly useful in case you want to wheel yourself (and others) but not at the cost of losing important cards to the graveyard.
  • Tolarian Winds; sort of the Winds of Change for blue, but only affects you instead of everyone. Similar card I could recommend would be Reforge the Soul.
  • Keep Watch; with a bunch of attacking Locusts on the field, this one is just mean.
  • Preordain; just a great card, like Ponder it allows you to both filter and draw.
  • Purphoros, God of the Forge; not exactly cheapish, but imho no red deck involving lots of creature tokens is complete without one.
  • Burn at the Stake; quite awesome with multiple Locusts on the field.
  • Breath of Fury; can mean the end of a or multiple player(s) if you have a nice Locust army.

Hope this helps you. Here's my Locust God deck, in case you're curious. Have fun playing this.



yungjigga on Lord of Cinder

1 month ago

First, wtf you tryna do here? Second, you have only forests and only 29 of them. Third, you're not playing Winds of Change, flavor FAIL.

IsolatoTG on Fumiko

2 months ago

I would make these suggestion.

golgariizzet on Life Burn

2 months ago

NoSoyYucateco yes i like some of it and will consider but blazing volley awe strike and kiln fiend are good with my commander and devine offering and cursebreak don't just gain me life i can bolt people and creatures down with my commander which is why i chose them over disenchant. i will find room for myriad landscape for certain faithless looting and commander's sphere and instead of magus of the wheel i will put in Winds of Change.

TheRedGoat on OH LORD JESUS IT'S A FIRE! | Neheb EDH

2 months ago

(moved my comment here instead of putting it on the group page, just fyi)

I've not had direct experience with the fury, but I imagine it will function in the same way any Winds of Change effect would in EDH. The fact that it has the other option to deal straight damage is useful to a point, but at five mana the best place for it I imagine would be in a Nekusar style build that can take advantage of either choice. Neheb doesn't get enough value unless you build to accommodate it.

Jaya Ballard on the other hand is a great all around type of card, as long as you focus on instants and sorceries. Your build doesn't even have 20 between the two types of spells (at this time), so if you ran Jaya it would be exclusively for her draw effect most of the time. That immediately puts her in a bad place of either being a dead card most of the time, or warping your deck into something you've not designed it to be. Even her three red cost only helps out your Nykthos land so that isn't much of a plus.

All in all I wouldn't recommend either one for your Neheb build, but if you plan on making a mainly red spell-slinger deck then either spell you ask about should be useful.

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