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.)
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
Ashaya, Soul of the Wild Discussion
1 week ago
Sure! Your main idea is to get out a creature with power six or greater, from there your infinite mana sources are Selvala, Heart of the Wilds or Priest of Titania or Circle of Dreams Druid combined with Staff of Domination, Umbral Mantle, Kogla, the Titan Ape/Hyrax Tower Scout, Ashaya, Soul of the Wild/Quirion Ranger or Scryb Ranger, Temur Sabertooth/Hyrax Tower Scout or Great Oak Guardian or Wirewood Symbiote. After making so much mana your outlets are... Duskwatch Recruiter Flip, Relic Golem, Walking Ballista,Finale of Devastation. Also Temur Sabertooth can be used to trigger selvala's draw trigger if you have the larges creature on the field. A few interesting techs I've found are using Temur Sabertooth or Kogla, the Titan Ape and Eternal Witness to loop any instant or sorcery from your graveyard, and using Green Sun's Zenith on zero to get Dryad Arbor turn one as a dork if you really need it. Hope this helped!
2 weeks ago
brandonplaysmagic Thanks for the suggestions! Tireless Tracker, Ashaya, Soul of the Wild, Veil of Summer are all on my list for things to get, I was focusing more on some of the cheaper new options that were staples first but they all seems like super good options. The Great Henge is also something that I'll look at post standard when the price drops like you said, looks like exactly what this deck wants as well.
2 weeks ago
Love mono-green! This is a very fun deck here! Here are some recommendations you may want to consider:
2) Card draw in green is really interesting. I’ve found that cards like Tireless Tracker and Greater Good are really fantastic engines that can help propel you mid-game when your hand starts to empty out. As of right now, The Great Henge is starting to drop in price due to it rotating out of standard, so there’s another fantastic stand-alone engine.
Looks like super fun to play!
3 weeks ago
4 weeks ago
Ashaya, Soul of the Wild turns your nontoken creatures into forests. A sneaky way to get around the wolf's exile ability if you wanted to add some more creatures to the deck.
1 month ago
I totally forgot about shroud, lol.
I know what you mean about the mass card draw. I run an Ashaya, Soul of the Wild deck and a super high-risk, High-reward backup card draw engine I’ve put it includes cards like Momentous Fall or Greater Good . If I have the board state for it and have a Nykthos or Gaea’s, recasting isn’t that difficult.
Also, Ashaya + Horn of Greed is a fun combo for getting more value out of your creatures.
1 month ago
Hello again. I’ve commented on your deck before. I’ve got a few card suggestions I’ld like your thoughts on. First is Ashaya, Soul of the Wild who gives you a lot more landfall triggers and pairs well with the cloudstone curio. The next one is a two card combo that will give you infinite creature tokens and infinite landfall triggers. Meloku the Clouded Mirror + Kodama of the East Tree works by returning a land to your hand to create a token which triggers Kodama which will let you put the land you just returned to hand back into play to be bounced back to create another token and rinse and repeat for infinite tokens and landfall triggers. Thespian's Stage and Vesuva for copies of your field of the dead or any other lands you may want multiples of and Mirage Mirror to copy anything you want really, except for legendaries obviously.
1 month ago
Thank you brandonplaysmagic! Ashaya, Soul of the Wild and Horn of Greed sound like interesting additions, I'll definitely look into them. I did run Stone-Seeder Hierophant for a while before, but I opted to cut it to lower my mana curve a bit (which I still have some ways to go haha).