Azusa, Lost but Seeking
Legendary Creature — Human Monk
You may play two additional lands on each of your turns.
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|Core Set 2021 (M21)||Rare|
|Masters 25 (A25)||Rare|
|Commander's Arsenal (CMA)||Rare|
|Champions of Kamigawa (CHK)||Rare|
|Promo Set (000)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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Azusa, Lost but Seeking Discussion
4 days ago
Week of 9/21/2020 Combo
This is more of a synergy than a combo, but it's something I've been loving with the prerelease of Zendikar Rising:
Azusa, Lost but Seeking (or anything that gives you multiple land pays) + Ancient Greenwarden + Scute Swarm + Fabled Passage (or any fetch land) = 12 landfall triggers per turn, which means 2,048 bugs the first turn, 8,388,608 bugs the second turn, 34,359,738,368 bugs the third turn, and so on. Add in a few Roiling Regrowths or Oracle of Mul Dayas, and you've got a pretty spicy engine.
I built a deck around this beautiful combo, which is currently legal in Modern: This May Bug You
enpc on Mono green
1 week ago
DO you know who you want as your commander? This might help dictate the line of the deck. Because for a landfall list, if you're running Titania, Protector of Argoth as your commander, your deck will look very different to Azusa, Lost but Seeking. And these are both landfall commanders.
But if you're playing Yisan, the Wanderer Bard, you probably don't want a huge amount of high end creatures like Woodfall Primus (who is ok but not a staple). You might only end up running one eight drop which is Craterhoof Behemoth.
And then there's elves, which produce a bunch of mana but is completely different again.
1 week ago
I think the weak link in your deck is probably Kalonian Behemoth. It's almost never going to be better than either baloth despite costing more. If you're looking for protection against removal, I've had fun with Whispersilk Cloak on Baloth Woodcrasher in the past. If you want another beast, Leatherback Baloth can come out on turn 2 and still draw a card with its 4 power late game. Spearbreaker Behemoth is another expensive option that offers protection to your largest threats.
More than that though, I'd want more ways to trigger landfall or take advantage of it. Harrow, Explosive Vegetation, New Frontiers, Oracle of Mul Daya, Courser of Kruphix, Dryad of the Ilysian Grove, Azusa, Lost but Seeking, Frontier Guide, Sakura-Tribe Scout, and Budoka Gardener Flip are all options for various budgets. The best include would probably just be fetchlands. The expensive ones are obviously better (ie: Fabled Passage and Prismatic Vista), but Evolving Wilds, Terramorphic Expanse, Myriad Landscape, and Field of Ruin are all fine choices for casual games.
1 week ago
SnakeByte77 Also good idea! I would consider Azusa, Lost but Seeking and Wayward Swordtooth for the Explore slot. I just don't know if I would consider the card draw on Explore as more important, but then again it's only two copies...
1 week ago
Profishkeeping Thanks for the feedback! Both cards would definitely be viable options. I went for Territorial Scythecat instead of Scute Swarm because it's quite decent against token-/weenie-decks (because of trample), but I guess this is a matter of taste. Azusa, Lost but Seeking is a nice idea, but with her in the lineup the deck would be even more susceptible in the early-game for it would lack a 3-Drop threat. But I'll playtest her to see if I can ramp with her so fast, that the deck will transition into the late-game way earlier. Then she would be absolutely worth mainboarding.
1 week ago
3 weeks ago
BenWin: Sorry for the delayed response! I think there it is important to note that including worse versions of a card in a deck is alright while the "better card" is in the list as well. Evolving Wilds and Fabled Passage are perfect examples. Why not run both if you can? Hitting landfall at least twice a turn is a key feature of this deck. That is why we run 42 lands to begin with. I don't blame anyone for omitting Wilds, I just don't see the need to do so at this point.
The key reason I swapped in World Shaper is the crazy amount of creature ramp this deck runs now. I slotted in Dryad Arbor which turned Green Sun's Zenith and Finale of Devastation into great ramp spells early game. This increase in tutors paved the way for the Shaper change.
When it comes to my thoughts on Doubling Season, yes it is just a worse Parallel Lives, but that's ok. Just like the Wilds example above, and like DasTree and Rasaru said, redundant effects are great for us. You have no idea how happy I am that Terror of the Peaks is a card now! I will take all of these effects I can get. In fact, I find myself winning off non-combat damage A LOT more now!
My Om_rath deck is sitting at 10 draw spells, Return of the Wildspeaker being the weakest one. That being said, it is on the short list to be cut from the deck if a better draw ability is released. I do however think it is better for us then Life's Legacy and Momentous Fall do to its flexibility and also being instant speed.
Personally, I have won way to many games with Genesis Wave to cut it. Hitting even a bunch of lands is a great thing in this deck. I would also say the same thing about Command Beacon, it has to be my favorite land in the deck. Being able to skip commander tax for a commander as feared as Om_rath is amazing!
I hope you don't feel like am knocking back your ideas. The great thing about this commander is the vast amount of card options that are out there for us to pull from. I don't think a single card to added is without merit, I just like the way my deck is functioning right now. Thank you for the feedback!
Savag3B3ast: I think the deck is at a critical mass when it comes to wincons and sac-outlets so that is the only reason why those two cards are not in my list. They are great for sure, and can see why you would run them!
Savage1988: Congrats on upgrading the list! I am also a bigger fan of Life from the Loam however, Exploration is at a very low price right now do to the recent reprint, so it might be wise to get that now. Nevertheless, that effect exists on many cards, although not 1cmc, so there are many ways to fill in that gap at a budget. I would as strongly suggest grabbing an Azusa, Lost but Seeking right now! It nuts how cheap she is right now! OH, and you won't have to wait long for Lotus Cobra to be really cheap!!! (I will definitly be getting the new fancy one in foil!)
Also, if your going the Snow-land route, I can see Into the North being a good include for sure!
We got a couple spicy spoilers from the new Zendikar set for sure. Valakut Exploration seems cool, but putting a deadline on the cards drawn makes me unsure. Roiling Regrowth is a worse Harrow that might be worth looking at though!
AND just in case anyone doubted, I am for sure making a Omnath, Locus of Creation deck! To make it different then my other three Omnath decks, I am building him as a "multi-color creature tribal" deck, focusing on the second landfall trigger to get big splashy creatures out. I am also making a sideboard of any cool gold framed creatures I get hands on, sorted by cmc. Before a game I will pick randomly set amount from each cmc and fill out the deck. It seems like a fun new way to add some variety to games!
3 weeks ago
Thanks bushido_man96 And IrateWarrior, I hear mana is important ;). On that note, I should probably put in Azusa, Lost but Seeking as well. If I get a bunch of draws, the couple more lands to drop may be just what I need to keep the storm moving. I also have a few of the cheaper free mana rocks like Lotus Petal.
I know it’s hard to do when you haven’t played the deck, but could you recommend anything to remove?