Woodland Cemetery

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Dominaria (DOM) Rare
Innistrad (ISD) Rare

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Woodland Cemetery

Land

Woodland Cemetery enters the battlefield tapped unless you control a Swamp or a Forest.

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Woodland Cemetery Discussion

PlattBonnay on 8 crack elves

1 day ago

The bounce lands should definitely come out. You lose a lot of tempo by playing those without a way to abuse them. Woodland Cemetery is pretty cheap, you could reasonably replace the rot farms with them.

corboman on Competitive Mono Green Face Punch

4 days ago

I've definitely thought about adding some Woodland Cemetery so I can add some black removal to the sideboard.

I recently added the 3 Brontodons and I just haven't figured out what to replace the Naturalize with. Certainly open to suggestions for sideboard replacements.

QuantumSkies on Grisly Graverobbers 2.0

1 week ago

I would choose the essential cards and but them at four for consistency. Buying lands like Woodland Cemetery and Llanowar Wastes are definitely worth it.

tyrannotycoon on Ur Dragon (Needs Help!)

1 week ago

I'm not sure if they'd be breaking the bank, depends how strong one's bank is but I run the full cycle of check lands: Woodland Cemetery Clifftop Retreat etc etc

Could also try going for the lairs maybe? Crosis's Catacombs. They enter untapped and tap for three colours, but you gotta bounce a land back but that might be worth it for the colour fixing.

Jthulhu on B/G +1/+1 Counters

2 weeks ago

Have you considered Hardened Scales? You could cut Mer-Ek Nightblade, the illegal Spiritmonger and a Journey to Eternity  Flip. You might also go down to just two Vigor Mortis, cut New Horizons and one Corpsejack Menace for a play-set of Avatar of the Resolute. If you wanted to make the deck lower to the ground and aggressive you could add four Servant of the Scale. You could also improve your mana with a play-set of Woodland Cemetery.

+1 though, I love counters and your deck seems sweet.

Rusty_Shackleford on Caution Slime ahead

2 weeks ago

Fecundity and Skullclamp would be good card advantage engines in this deck.

Doubling Season is good redundancy with your Parallel lives for tokens, puts extra spire counters on your Thallid creatures, and also allows you to go infinite with Slimefoot and Ashnod's Altar--plus it was just reprinted, so now's about as good a time as ever to pick up this EDH staple.

Demonic Tutor, Vampiric Tutor, and the certainly more budget-friendly Dark Petition and Diabolic Tutor help you find your key cards.

Woodland Cemetery and Llanowar Wastes are both relatively cheap dual lands at the moment (< $3) that could help you fix your mana.

multimedia on BG Constrictor (Deck Challenger upgraded)

3 weeks ago

Hey, looks good nice upgrade.

Consider Merfolk Branchwalker? I think Branchwalker is a better two drop here than Longtusk Cub. I don't see enough energy producers to make Cub worth it. Energy is better spent to draw a card with Siphoner, make mana for Servant or Hub and use it with Aethersphere. Explore can help to find lands or if you reveal a nonland card Branchwalker gets a +1/+1 counter without needing energy.

Consider Jadelight Ranger it's also a powerful card with the Snake. Currently you have 16x two drop creatures consider cutting one of these, Cub, for Jadelight? Consider 3x more Woodland Cemetery to help the manabase. Cemetery is a good investment right now.

Walking Ballista is a great card with the Snake, but I don't think investing into them now is a good idea. If you have them play them for sure, but I wouldn't buy them. Ballista rotates out of Standard in three months and five days, October 5th. Spending $60+ for three Ballista for only three more months of play is something to do only if you have extra money for cards. If you don't then I suggest investing in Dominaria staples. Ballista's value will massively drop when it rotates out of Standard. The card is oppressive in Standard, but not other formats. It won't hold the value after rotation.

Cards in Dominaria will not rotate out of Standard until October 2019, lots of time to play them and get your money's worth. Staples to consider investing into for your deck are Woodland Cemetery, Vraska's Contempt, Jadelight Ranger, Merfolk Branchwalker, Cast Down, Vraska, Relic Seeker and Karn, Scion of Urza. The Check lands are the best bet to invest into right now because they are all pretty cheap with Cemetery only $4.

The Check lands should go into every Standard deck you create after post rotation, they're great lands. Guilds of Ravnica is the Fall October Standard Magic set, it's possible the Shock lands, Overgrown Tomb, get reprinted making Check lands even better, more in demand, thus more expensive for manabases.

Good luck with your deck.


BioProfDude on Deathtouch Abuse

1 month ago

I think both Woodland Cemetery and Blooming Marsh are good to have. Blooming marsh can be a great turn 1 through 3 card as the dual land can facilitate plays from either color so well-- versatility as the early game goes. Sure, it comes in tapped later, but by that point it normally isn't a problem. Moreover, more dual lands just add more versatility throughout the game. If you really want to go full on, even one of the expensive fetch lands could be played to time exactly when you need one color or the other (and trigger revolt), though I think fast lands (like Blooming Marsh) and check lands (like Woodland Cemetery) are better for this deck.

Just a thought. Others, particularly with more knowledge of Modern, may have other opinions worth more, to be honest.

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