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Create a 1/1 black and green Worm creature token for each land card in your graveyard.
Retrace (You may cast this card from your graveyard by discarding a land card in addition to paying its other costs.)
Worm Harvest Discussion
1 month ago
I prefer a good old Exsanguinate or Torment of Hailfire with Cabal Coffers and Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth out. Most windgrace decks I know don't swing for damage, but you can assemble a pretty powerful beatdown and rattlesnake plan with Worm Harvest and Omnath, Locus of Rage .
1 month ago
So, I love my Windgrace deck:
Commander / EDH*
SCORE: 2 | 2 COMMENTS | 105 VIEWS | IN 1 FOLDER
But I am noticing that it struggles to really guide itself into its win conditions whilst defending its own board state. My current strategy is to outvalue my opponents in the long run, via Genesis retrieval or playing Avenger of Zendikar or Worm Harvest repeatedly. I find I either never really "go off" or run out of steam in killing 1 or 2 people, or spend my whole game nuking everyone else stuff and not advancing myself. Any insights would be much appreciated.
2 months ago
Deck's really cool. But I have a few suggestions (Take them with a grain of salt)
Add: Nyx Weaver , fills your graveyard and can get you back an important card. Soul's Majesty , A worse Rishkar's Expertise is still pretty good. Winding Way , Helps fill up your hand and your graveyard. Springbloom Druid , Ramps, provides a creature to convoke, and puts a land in your graveyard to help delve Hogaak. Worm Harvest / Spider Spawning , Puts lands into your graveyard and makes a bunch of tokens. Also can be played from your graveyard when you inevitably mill them. Feed the Pack , Turn's Hogaak into a ton of wolves which you can use to convoke him. Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord , benefits from having a big graveyard and can sacrifice hogaak or any other creature to take out chunks of people's life totals. Regrowth , just a nice card to have when you're milling yourself.
Remove: Golgari Brownscale , it only dredges 2 cards at a time, and takes up your draw to do so. I think it's too slow. Necropolis Fiend , This card's just going to eat away at your graveyard, for not much payoff. You want your graveyard full for cards like Hogaak and Izoni. Slitherhead , Just doesn't do much to be honest. You can do better than a single +1/+1 counter. Viscera Seer , Doesn't do much either. It's basically 2 mana to draw a card, the unearth isn't going to useful very often. Vilis, Broker of Blood , Awesome, awesome card. But you don't have any ways to reanimate him or get him into play otherwise, and 8 mana seems like a lot for a deck with 35 lands. Doom Blade , Not the worst, but there's some better removal spells that aren't any more expensive. Immortal Coil , This card is only good if your graveyard has more cards in it than your life total, and it also is probably going to eat at your graveyard a lot.
3 months ago
3 months ago
- The Mending of Dominaria
- Zendikar's Roil
- Borborygmos Enraged
- World Shaper
- Khalni Garden
- Sylvan Advocate
- Worm Harvest
- (1) Forest
- Khalni Heart Expedition
- Phyrexian Arena
- Wrenn and Six
- Casualties of War
- Assassin's Trophy
- Bojuka Bog
- (1) Swamp
Considering testing Sylvan Scrying just because there are so many targets.
3 months ago
Man Lord Windgrace seems sweet. I've been messing around with building a The Gitrog Monster Land Matters Deck. Having Red gives you access to so many sweet cards you should think about putting in Omnath, Locus of Rage and Decimate .
My Gitrog deck uses The Gitrog Monster to put a bunch of lands in the graveyard and get them back with Splendid Reclamation for a crazy amount of landfall triggers. I'm also considering Scapeshift and World Shaper to do the same thing. Having a bunch of lands in the graveyard makes Worm Harvest amazing too.
4 months ago
Hey bud, just wanted to drop some advice as resident Loam expert.
Your mana base is a little funky for this style of deck. Since you have so many of the triple cost enchantments, Fire-Lit Thicket is a must because it helps you cast either as easily as possible. 2 is enough, but I saw some other guy suggest taking them out without knowing what they're talking about.
You also don't have enough draw lands. I like 5-7 in a two color build. Forgotten Cave , Tranquil Thicket or the horizon lands need to be in here in full force. The cycle lands are about twice as good as the horizon lands, so definitely more of them in the mix.
Some lands to take out: Copperline Gorge and Cinder Glade aren't doing much for you and are kind of a wasted land slot. You're a loam deck, take advantage of that. you can also go down to 2 creature lands.
As far as your main deck goes, Throes of Chaos is a terrible card. Sure, it's fun, but if you want that effect just play Bloodbraid Elf . Throes is really just kind of a waste of mana because you could be doing so many other things. Flame Jab and Worm Harvest can go up in numbers. If you feel like you have to play throes for the fun factor, just play one and use it when you have nothing else to do. Or you can play like Lightning Axe or some other burn.
Anyway, I like the deck, I just think these few little fixes could make it a lot more effective. Have fun Loaming!
5 months ago
I very much dislike evolution sage in these decks as it will never do enough or what you think it will do. Lands seems like it has these types of pitfalls like Worm Harvest , once you play with it you realise it really isn't anywhere near good enough to stay in the deck, but on paper it looks nice, you realistically never have as many lands in the grave as you think you will. Evolution Sage suffers as you really gotta bank on it ulting something which will usually end up as windgrace, which is by no means bad, I just think there are probably cards that would let you win faster rather than the sage who does not really develop your wincon.
Worm Harvest occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.02%