Ashaya, Soul of the Wild

Ashaya, Soul of the Wild

Legendary Creature — Elemental

Ashaya, Soul of the Wild's power and toughness are each equal to the number of lands you control.

Nontoken creatures you control are Forest lands in addition to their other types. (They're still affected by summoning sickness.)

Ashaya, Soul of the Wild Discussion

PatFiend on Land creatures with card:Panharmonicon and …

1 week ago

Ashaya, Soul of the Wild + Panharmonicon + Omnath, Locus of Rage = disgusting. Just too bad Ashaya's ability doesn't work on token creatures to make infinite 5/5's lol

DareiJuxis on Ctrl-G | The Art of Mono Green Control

2 weeks ago

Looking over the list, there does not seem to be much GY recursion so I would consider Holistic Wisdom in case something important is removed.

Lotus Cobra is also very synergistic with the commander Ashaya, Soul of the Wild. If your commander is on the field, all creatures give you mana when they enter, so it also makes infinite mana with Quirion Ranger and your commander.

Cream of the Crop also filters through the deck fairly well, especially with the bounce effects, or at least lets you know what is coming if a dork is played.

Wilderness Reclamation untaps creatures and lands if your commander is present at your end step, and is an enchantment.

Orb of Dreams is also interesting because you already have ways to untap permanents, so it likely does not hurt you as much as the table.

As far as what I do not like I do not see the use in having Homeward Path in any deck, and I think the 6 mana requirement of Mouth of Ronom is simply too much, even if you have mana doublers and untappers. Considering the card draw, I would rather see a Reliquary Tower than either of these. That's it though, it seems like most of my suggestions would boil down to meta calls, so it is hard to tell what to remove.

brandonplaysmagic on Best Rule 0 Commander

3 weeks ago

When I first learned the format, I actually thought you could use any legendary planeswalker as a commander. So my first ever build was a Nissa, Who Shakes the World deck as it had just dropped. It’s since turned into (fittingly) my Ashaya, Soul of the Wild deck. But yeah, I’d definitely say that Nissa first really got me.

unwucht on Omnath, A Song of Creation and Chaos

4 weeks ago

Well, you know my stance on big spashy Timmy cards. As stated before, we are no longer discussing the most effective combos but a series of switch-in/switch-out combos for the funsies. Cultivator Colossus probably should be paired with Ashaya, Soul of the Wild for maximum effectivity. (/ stats, not the triggered ability).

Kamerot on Titania

4 weeks ago

Ashaya, Soul of the Wild will net you Titania triggers off any creature deaths, you could pair it with Birthing Pod for another tutor.

World Shaper would be a solid addition for getting lands back.

Mana_Mythic_Legendary on Are there any Commanders you'd …

1 month ago

Ashaya, Soul of the Wild and… I’d settle for a lot of things, really. Peak answers, Kamahl, Heart of Krosa for creatures, Nissa, Worldwaker for theme.

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