Search your library for a creature card and reveal that card. Shuffle your library, then put the revealed card back on top of it.
|Have (2)||, Mortiferus_Rosa|
|Want (9)||Ryk7 , Crescent , Esbenjohansen , Rabu , chrra , Mussahumano , carpathium , Sejr_Odinsson , AndrewsLuz|
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|Classic Sixth Edition (6ED)||Uncommon|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Worldly Tutor occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.09%
GU (Simic): 0.58%
GW (Selesnya): 0.98%
Worldly Tutor Discussion
2 days ago
Dropped a deuce on some power. Bringing in Worldly Tutor, Green Sun's Zenith, Flamekin Harbinger, Panharmonicon, Skyshroud Claim, Brighthearth Banneret, Rite of Replication, Deadeye Navigator and Seasons Past as soon as they arrive. Will have to go through and reconstruct this deck when I do, since a lot of basic changes will need to be made. I'm excited!
4 days ago
Profet93 I'll give you my thoughts in order, if you don't mind?
Harmonize - a long-time inclusion in the deck, I recently took it out in favour of Voice of Many, which is 99% of cases is the exact same card but with a relevant body attached. Rarely does a deck play out more creatures than I do in such short order, meaning it's still for three cards but also pumps Marwyn, Priest, Archdruid and all the other cards that care about number of elves/creatures in play.
Copperhorn Scout - another that was in the deck from its inception, but was recently removed. I found the effect's timing was too inconsistent with what I wanted to be doing; when so many wins come through Ezuri or Craterhoof, being required to wait until post-combat to storm off leaves the deck waiting for another turn cycle to actually win.
Quirion Ranger - this is a good one and should certainly be in here. I'm not sure how I missed it!
Vines of Vastwood - good shout, need to pick up a copy.
Berserk - another good shout, I'll put it on a wishlist.
Natural Order/Eldritch Evolution - I'm wary of tutors that require me to sacrifice creatures, as a general rule. So much of the deck relies on the sheer weight of numbers that I'd prefer not to sac any Elves if I don't have to. Plus the many mass-draw effects often mean that tutors aren't required too often.
Elvish Visionary - was in, but I think it got cut for another mana-producing Elf.
Lifecrafter's Bestiary - when you need it, it's a bit too mana intensive. Once you've got the spare mana, it's not as necessary. Something of a win-more card IMHO.
2 weeks ago
Austin_Smith_of_Cards nyxbloom seems to me worth the try: it is a very good target for Natural Order and it will be less likely to be removed with respect to Vorinclex, Voice of Hunger . I think I will try it instead of Regal Behemoth . Furthermore, Nylea's Intervention is another card worth trying. For 4 mana it let's you get Gaea's Cradle and Deserted Temple . I still haven't decided yet whether it is better to take out Traverse the Ulvenwald or Worldly Tutor .
FYI, I am currently playing The Great Henge instead of Woodfall Primus and Collector Ouphe instead of Bramble Sovereign . The first swap is due to the fact that woodfall is very heavy on our curve and it doesn't provide much value for that cost. Speaking of the other swap, Bramble is good but it was actually the only flex slot I could think of. The choice was between it or Titania, Protector of Argoth , and the latter provides us more value. Ouphe is a nonbo with our mana rocks and with Birthing Pod , but it is far more troublesome for a lot of other decks so this is why I am currently trying it. I will let you know :)
2 weeks ago
So, +1 for a new deck and for Slivers - because I love Slivers. However, you deck description is very sparse and doesn't really help the user really understand what's going on with this deck. If I didn't know the usual suspects in Sliver EDH I would just assume:
- Play creatures.
- Hope no one plays Merciless Eviction .
As for actual deck/card suggestions, I would recommend you cut some of the Slivers in your deck to make room for additional non-sliver spells. From personal experience I've found that running too many Slivers can hurt the overall quality and consistency of a Sliver deck. I can make a case for what to cut, but if I were you I would think on which Slivers in the deck really fit the Toolkit design of the deck (at least that what I think you are going for). As for an actual card suggestion, I recommend Worldly Tutor , because you are running The First Sliver . With TFS on the field, you could play WT and get the perfect Sliver ready for that first cascade trigger.
2 weeks ago
There was a way for your opponent to get what they wanted, but you were right that it doesn't work the way they say it does. They can change the target of Memory Lapse to Sudden Substitution because Substitution is still on the stack while its effect is resolving (this is a well established trick with cards like Misdirection , etc.). Then when it's finally time for Lapse to start resolving, it fizzles because Substitution is gone.
The concept of "fail to find" only applies when a player is instructed to look through a hidden zone (usually a library, but sometimes a hand) for a card with a specific quality. If the effect making them do that doesn't also say to reveal all the cards in that zone, then the player is allowed to "fail to find" whatever they're looking for. This is because it's possible that there aren't any such cards in that zone, or that the player just missed them, and there's no way for the other players to verify that if all the cards are staying hidden. For example: you can "fail to find" a creature with Worldly Tutor (you're only told to reveal the one card you do find), you can't "fail to find" valid choices that exist for Guided Passage (the entire library is revealed to everyone), and you can't "fail to find" for Demonic Tutor (you're just told to get "a card").
For your follow-up question, you are also right. You can only cast a targeted spell if you're able to choose enough legal targets for it. You're not allowed to cast a Counterspell with no target just because you feel like it.
2 weeks ago
Congregation at Dawn is THE card for topdeck manipulation in Nya creature decks. Cream of the Crop , Sensei's Divining Top and Mirri's Guile will allow you to reorder the top of your deck. Worldly Tutor , Sylvan Tutor , Mwonvuli Beast Tracker , Hua Tuo, Honored Physician , and Brutalizer Exarch tutor to the top of your deck.
2 weeks ago
As for Rahnun's suggestions:
- Grunn, the Lonely King
- Primordial Sage
- Guardian Project
- Gaea's Touch
- Nissa's Pilgrimage
- Llanowar Tribe
- Kodama's Reach
- Frontier Siege
- Greater Good
- Traverse the Outlands
- Grothama, All-Devouring
- Hunter's Prowess
- Evolutionary Escalation
- Cultivator of Blades
- Mossbridge Troll
- Pathbreaker Ibex
- Forgotten Ancient
- Worldly Tutor
- Swiftfoot Boots
- Sylvan Library
- Force of Vigor
- Mirage Mirror
- Strionic Resonator
- Green Sun's Zenith
- Natural Order
- Sylvan Scrying
- Heroic Intervention
- Soul of the Harvest
3 weeks ago
One good interaction with Atla's ability are tutors that put creatures on the top of your library. If your budget allows it, I'd suggest Brutalizer Exarch , Conduit of Ruin , Sylvan Tutor , Worldly Tutor , Congregation at Dawn , Forerunner of the Empire (in case you run dinos), Mwonvuli Beast Tracker (situational). Pick and choose the ones that fit your deck better, if any.