Wooded Foothills


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

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Set Rarity
Zendikar Expeditions (EXP) Mythic Rare
Khans of Tarkir (KTK) Rare
Onslaught (ONS) Rare
Promo Set (000) Rare

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Related Questions

Wooded Foothills


, Pay 1 life, Sacrifice Wooded Foothills: Search your library for a Mountain or Forest card and put it onto the battlefield. Then shuffle your library.

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Wooded Foothills Discussion

PistonPower on Begone, Thoughts!

2 days ago

Also Remove Arid Mesa , Bloodstained Mire , Scalding Tarn , and Wooded Foothills . Since you are only running Mountains that could be grabbed just put more mountains in. Valakut, the Molten Pinnacle would work also to bolt anything after your fifth mountain.

itachi45 on G/U (Simic) Infect [need help]

5 days ago

I’ll try to answer your questions in order.

In relation to the investment, if you have $30 a month to spend I would spend it like this: 1 Inkmoth Nexus and 1 Windswept Heath 4 times, then 1 Wooded Foothills and 1 Pendelhaven 2 times, both Breeding Pool one time, then the last 2 Flooded Strand the last month. That’s the most expensive part is the land base in 8 months.

If possible, buying all of the inkmoth nexus at the same time would be ideal, but the previous plan I laid out also works. The positive point of that is every month that you invest your deck it’s a little bit better and so you’ll start seeing better results almost immediately.

Definitely get those birds of paradise or noble hierarchs. You’ll start to see an immediate difference.

Slip Through Space is one of those cards that a lot of people have a Lotta different opinions on based on your playing style. Personally, I prefer getting to spell’s for the price of one, just because it makes your creatures that much harder to play around for your opponent.

Become a man’s is, like you said, not terribly essential, but it does make for some seriously busted play.

Mono Redburn isn’t our best matchup, but with my version it is capable to out race their burn. The biggest point with burn is you need to be careful with your own fetch/shock and you need to find a good big turn to go off.In those games, I almost always bring in my three sideboard Wild Defiance to mostly ruin my opponent’s targeted burn. In that kind of game, you’re going to be using a lot of your protection spells like vines of the vast word and Become Immense to save your creatures until you can stick wild defiance. That’s also a really good game to bring in some sideboard copies of Spellskite .

quadmiller7 on Temur

5 days ago

+3 Llanowar Elves @ 0.29

+1 Wooded Foothills @ 21.39 = 10.00

+1 Breeding Pool @ 7.99 =4.00 half price lands =14.87

itachi45 on G/U (Simic) Infect [need help]

6 days ago

Greetings, fellow Phyrexian!

Itachi45, High Counsel of Jin-Gitaxias, coming in for a comment.

The list looks pretty OK for a budget deck. I’m sure you know that tear one will require some upgrades, but what you’re doing is pretty much exactly what I’ve done with my list, and it’s pretty close to the optimal list the pros are playing at GPs and pro tours. Brother, That Looks... Infected

My first and biggest suggestion to make , with any infect list I advise on, is realestate. Breeding Pool , fetches, and Inkmoth Nexus Are the single biggest price cards that you’ll buy for the deck. The reason is because they are really good! Especially Nexus; I ran a version of this deck that had no Nexus and it was positively miserable to play.

My second suggestion would be looking at my list and comparing it to what spells you’re playing, particularly the creatures. The biggest draw that blue green in fact has is the fact that when you are able to get a good hand it is extremely explosive. If you look in my description I even describe a pretty reasonable turn 2 kill that’s possible with the deck. Not with the version that you have currently, but that’s irrelevant.

Your augurs really need to be either Birds of Paradise or Noble Hierarch . I have birds of paradise, because noble hierarchs are $40-$60 a piece and that’s rough. The fact that it is mana fixing plus your cathedral of war in the form of one creature is why it’s so good, but it’s still expensive. I find birds of paradise to be an acceptable budget option. I’m not too big on speaker climber, again because you’re looking for an explosive start and that’s a creature that has an effect that actually wants it to be blocked.

Artful Dodge is cute, but Distortion Strike is strictly better.

Lastly, 4x Apostle's Blessing DOES NOT need to be a 4-of. I’d SO easily trade 2-3 of those in for some copies of Become Immense , especially once you can get your hands on some fetchlands (It just occurred to me that you may or may not know what the twins are, but they are things like Flooded Strand , Windswept Heath , Wooded Foothills , Misty Rainforest , which are the most common ones that you see and infect lists.)

All in all, I like what you got going on and I hope that your additions help you find great success and future tournaments!

Cereal_Killer on Christmas Critters

1 week ago

First of all, what's your budget?

Since it's a landfall deck, I'd suggest some shock and fetch lands ( Stomping Ground , Wooded Foothills )

Could something like Sakura-Tribe Elder or Wild Nacatl be worth? The sakura guy helps chump-blocking and giving lands, while the nacatl could be an alternative to Scythe Leopard , since it's + 1 is permanent (unless you lose control of all mountains), while the one from the leopard is not and so it depends too much on putting a land every turn

Something for sideboard, although Naturalize is a good card, could Destructive Revelry be a valid alternative and substitute it?

Guerte on [[Primer]] - Daretti - Degenerate Artifacts

1 month ago

repkan10: Glad to hear you're a fan! So, the most recent changes I've opted for are:



I've opted to cut all of the fetch lands and Crucible of Worlds, at least for the time being. Being a mono-colored deck means we don't need to worry about color fixing, the fetches aren't necessarily important. Losing Crucible may prove to be a mistake, as we will no longer be able to play lands from our graveyard to ensure hitting our land drops, or reuse our many utility lands.

In their place, I have opted to run four more basic Mountains as well as Forge of Heroes to replace the lands I took out. Forge will hopefully prove to be a worthwhile land, as it should enable us to ultimate Daretti a turn earlier. In place of Crucible, I have chosen to put in Saheeli's Directive. With Directive, we should be able to spam the board with a ton of artifacts, and hopefully get closer to winning the game.

As far as Tron lands and KCI are concerned, I had a lot of utility lands that I ended up not using, so I decided to add these lands to increase the amount of mana I could produce. And KCI is mainly there as an additional sac outlet to save from exile effects or to set up a massive Scrap Mastery.

LizaruInfinity2 on Abzan +1/+1 Counters

1 month ago

Replaced Verdant Catacombs with Wooded Foothills because it's cheaper and does the exact same thing in this deck. Tappedout decided to deduct 7% from my competitive meter so that’s annoying, but the deck costs almost $200 less now which is nice.

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