World Shaper


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Arena [BETA] Legal
Brawl Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Rivals of Ixalan (RIX) Rare

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World Shaper

Creature — Merfolk Shaman

Whenever World Shaper attacks, you may put the top three cards of your library into your graveyard.

When World Shaper dies, put all land cards from your graveyard onto the battlefield tapped.

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World Shaper Discussion

The_Hunter on Windgrace Ponza Need Help

3 hours ago

Hi, so I see what you are trying to do here but I think you went to all in on destroying lands. What I mean by this is there are too many Stone Rain effects, not enough ways for your deck to operate. For a deck like this to win you need to be able to draw a lot of cards and sustain your own game. A lot of the times a deck like this will draw a lot of aggression on a table, so you need to be able to protect your self and make the most out of a low land count and a lot of enemy's. Dingus Egg can help you actually kill players instead of just annoying them,Jokulhaups will neuter the table, but keep your "do stuff" enchantment and planeswalkers alive. These cards are a little protection for you Polluted Bonds,Ankh of Mishra,Crawlspace,Price of Glory,No Mercy,Burning Sands,Smoke, Tainted AEther, Rain of Gore, War's Toll. You also need more card draw so Necropotence, Underworld Connections, Greed, Phyrexian Arena,Erebos, God of the Dead, Solemn Simulacrum,Yavimaya Elder,and Memory Jar are good inclusions. Some other just good cards for you are Thaumatic Compass  Flip,Borborygmos Enraged, Multani, Yavimaya's Avatar,Creeping Renaissance, Praetor's Counsel,Burgeoning,Tilling Treefolk,Krosan Tusker,World Shaper,Constant Mists,Tempt with Discovery,Horn of Greed,Vaevictis Asmadi, the Dire. There are a lot more cards that would make this deck much more explosive and be more punishing. I would go on and look at the commonly used cards of Vaevictis Asmadi, the Dire,The Gitrog Monster,Mogis, God of Slaughter and Borborygmos Enraged to focus your list.

Philoctetes on Lord of the Flies: Sek'Kuar Lands Primer

1 week ago

@Errast - I think Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker is an excellent consideration for the deck. I go on about how my meta doesn’t allow infinite combos, but I’m mostly playing in a different meta now that does. It’s probably a worthy inclusion.

@Panas - Blood Moon is basically just hope the table can deal with it, or if I have a basic Forest in play Reclamation Sage I guess? No one plays Moon in my meta.

Ruination - it’s very possible to rebuild after MLD with this deck, between Life from the Loam, Crucible of Worlds, Splendid Reclamation, World Shaper, Ramunap Excavator, Oracle of Mul Daya all help build back up to varying degrees.

CasterMilo on G/U Benthic Scapeshift

1 week ago

SynergyBuild so World Shaper was in for a few games, the problem was it did the same thing, for this deck that Champion of Wits did. Champion enters and we pitch 2 lands. Shaper enters sick, attacks the following turn, we bin lands, and then we get our reward when he dies. The Mending of Dominaria serves us to retrieve the lands untapped at a main phase, World Shaper was just hard to use since we dont get to plan when he dies. Maybe Sultai in Fall Set when parts of this list drops.

Im at the point now I am thinking Dropping Elvish Rejuvenator in favor of Wayward Swordtooth.

landofMordor on How do you deal with ...

1 week ago

My Karador build is based around land recursion (The Gitrog Monster, World Shaper, etc), which dodges Anafenza. It still has tons of utility creatures, but they're more to stabilize until I can get tons of lands and win out of nowhere.

jdmcdowell93 on Muldrotha M19

1 week ago

thekeithmacdonald, I have a similar deck build and i'm running World Shaper and rushing Demon of Catastrophes, along with Song of Freyalise it makes for a great 7/7 swinging early game and still have the redunency if you don't win at that point. It's a super fun deck and i really like it. glad to see someone who has the same idea as me except way more indepth lol

This is mine, so if you want to compare and have any suggestions it would be nice. Muldrotha's one way Ticket (feedback)

SynergyBuild on G/U Benthic Scapeshift

2 weeks ago

+1! Love the decklist!

I think World Shaper would be a great inclusion in the list!

elgosu1337 on Sac-attack

2 weeks ago

Some notable land cards you could add are Exploration and Oracle of Mul Daya. World Shaper is amazing for recursion since you can sacrifice it easily. Skullclamp is great for card draw if you are sacrificing. Mana Echoes gives ridiculous ramp for a token strategy.

Life and Limb gives infinite tokens and infinite landfall with Sporemound, and you can sacrifice Sporemound to end the loop. Living Plane and Nature's Revolt are also good for animating your lands. These can give infinite mana with Aggravated Assault. Massacre Wurm kills opponents' lands if animated, and burns them when their creatures die.

Pitiless Plunderer gives additional mana when sacrificing creatures. Zulaport Cutthroat is helpful to drain opponents from sacrificing.

Skirge Familiar is a good way to ramp up mana for your Exsanguinate, especially if you are discarding Dakmor Salvage and you have Gitrog.

Amulet of Vigor is helpful if you have lots of tapped lands and effects that put lands in play tapped.

chadjshonk on Jarad : No Rest for the Restless

2 weeks ago

Zachmarshall91 Out of ten? Maybe a 7.5 or 8 in a high-end casual meta? Compared to Tier One CEDH... no clue. It certainly isn't a fast deck, but it is competitive in a good four-player game. It plays for the mid-game as you use your utility creatures to ramp and play a little control while filling your graveyard. When you win with Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord's ability, though, it seems to come out of nowhere. It doesn't take too many sacrifices to end the game.

This build is suited for my playgroup, where we want the games to go on at least 30 minutes and no one really goes infinite. But it is very good in that type of long game meta.

You can kind of draw the entire deck with Greater Good and Deathrender, setting up a great Living Death or I've been thinking about putting in a Poison-Tip Archer or Zulaport Cutthroat.

If you want to kick it up a notch I would drop some of the cute cards like Kessig Cagebreakers, World Shaper, and Bane of the Living for perhaps some Grave Pact effects, a Hermit Druid (with the appropriate adjustment of the mana base), some Protean Hulk combos (like Mikaeus, the Unhallowed + Walking Ballista) and a Necrotic Ooze plan. I also cut Lord of Extinction because I won like 8 straight games with it but I would put that in the deck too if I was tuning it up.

I love the deck. It wins a lot. But it really depends on how insane your meta is. My deck will not be going off turn 4. It wants to win turn 15 or later. But there are ways to spike it up.

Thanks for the comment.

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