I'm taking a new turn on my old Omnath - Wrath of Nature Deck, but this time, he can go infinite! I tried to explain every card choice as good as possible. It was great fun to write this primer and i hope it's fun to read as well!I'm no native speaker but I love the tappedout community so please forgive my mistakes.

Here it is:


The Primer Show


Well, that's it! It took me lots and lots of hours to build this deck. I hope you like it! Of course, any kind of feedback is more than welcome! And if you like it, leave a +1!

Special thanks to all the Omnath players on tappedout with their awesome decks. You all helped me a lot! And double triple thanks to VexenX. Your Om_rath deck is so inspiring! I also took parts of his primer layout to build this description..hope that's okay!

Thanks for reading!


Mina and Denn, Wildborn swapped for Mana Crypt

Evolutionary Leap swapped for Mana Vault

The meta at my place is damn fast.. often times too fast. Those little rocks will help to keep up with their speed.


Mina and Denn, Wildborn:

I had the feeling that Mina and Denn were just to expensive for what they did and up til now I have so many better and faster land enablers that it was just the time to say good bye to those little rascals.

Evolutionary Leap

Most of my games didn't really benefit from it. In my opinion, it's the worst of all the sac engines in this deck and thus I think it's the right decision to cut it.



July 7, 2017 1:18 p.m.

hoardofnotions says... #2

FYI this combo doesn't work, exploration increases the amount of land you can play per turn. bouncing it doesn't change the total number of lands played that turn. Cloudstone Curio+Amulet of Vigor+Gruul Turf+Exploration+Need for Speed:

Play Gruul Turf (GT), it untaps, get an elemental token, tap it for , bounce it, play Exploration, play GT, untap and tap and bounce it, get an elemental, play NfS, bounce Exploration and so on. Infinite tokens!!

July 15, 2017 12:20 p.m.

ScrOuch says... #3

hoardofnotions, you are totally right! I founded that combo on outdated rules where you have to specify if your playing the additional land drop which you hypothetically could do over and over. Just realized that now. Thanks!

July 15, 2017 2:37 p.m.

Ilmu011 says... #4

To be honest I am a noob at MTG, and after I rewinded all my knowledge I have about MTG whatsoever to come up with at least one suggestion, I found out, every single card, which came to my mind, was already included in this deck. xD

Really good job! This deck looks really interesting and I would definetely give it a try! (if I could afford it :/)... but maybe I can convince some friends to rebuild this deck...

July 15, 2017 3:33 p.m.

Ilmu011 says... #5

Actually... did you consider putting in Nissa, Worldwaker? It can ramp your mana as well as your board by transforming your lands into 4/4 Elementals with Trample. As well as the -10, which allows you to put all basic lands card in your deck onto the battlefield as 4/4 Elementals with Trample.

July 15, 2017 3:37 p.m.

ScrOuch says... #6

Ilmu011 Thanks for your comments. I'm happy you like it! Nissa is a cool card but I'm not sure if letting your lands become creatures really is a good idea. That way they are much easier to remove and although I normally possess a huge mana base there is often that point where I need every bit of mana to cast Omnath again..'cause in my meta I think it's the creature that gets removed the most. I will have to playtest her and tell you my results!

July 18, 2017 1:30 p.m.

DrukenReaps says... #7

All I can really say is wow, this looks scary. I found some things that may be of interest: Panharmonicon, Wave of Vitriol, Harvest Season, Budoka Gardener, Malignus, Phytotitan, Bane of Progress.

For removals I'd say you could probably remove some of the things which grab only one land. I think cards like Sakura-Tribe Elder and Farseek while nice are likely underpreformers in your deck. Most decks I'd recommend them but you already have so many cards which grab multiple lands and things like Sakura-Tribe Scout which will put multiple lands into play given the chance.

July 22, 2017 9:25 p.m.

bushido_man96 says... #8

This looks like a ton of fun! +1!

July 25, 2017 5:53 p.m.

Atavistic says... #9

Well, seeing as this is an Omnath deck (and one that, as with any others I've encountered, seems terrifying), I would strongly recommend running Tireless Tracker because the Clue tokens you get from every land drop allow you to draw a card - which could help you find some combo pieces quicker - while at the same time potentially becoming absolutely massive if left unattended.

Also, if you want even more card draw, Regal Force isn't a bad inclusion at all, what with most of your creatures being green (including Omnath's tokens). It also has the minor benefit of being an elemental so you can use Omnath's ability to have it Bolt someone or something troublesome when it does.

August 26, 2017 12:45 p.m.

bushido_man96 says... #10

As from your questions in the advertise your commander deck thread, I would definitely run the Thornbite Staff and company for your combos. I'm personally a big fan of the card. I love the synergy you have there with Gruul Turf and Ghost Town.

August 26, 2017 2:55 p.m.

ScrOuch says... #11

Atavistic, thanks for your feedback! Regal costs 7 which is kind of expensive, even for an Omnath deck and I already play Shamanic Revelation which is simply better. But Tireless Tracker is definitely one of the cards that should fill in here (I want to add this card for half a year or so as you can see from my maybe list)! However, I just can't decide what to swap for it. Any ideas? Or, as stated in the advertise threat, any ideas about what to swap for Promise? Everything might help!

bushido_man96, thanks for your feedback, mate! Great to here, there are fans of my combos!

August 26, 2017 6:17 p.m.

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