Back to Nature

Back to Nature

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Destroy all enchantments.

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Back to Nature Discussion

BrassLord on Fear the Night - Werewolf eldrich horror

4 months ago

Possible sideboard includes that are budget Back to Nature for Boggles, Sorcerous Spyglass for a catch all, Ancient Grudge and Smash to Smithereens for Affinity, Tormod's Crypt for graveyard shenanigans, Ghost Quarter for Tron, and Thragtusk or my favorite Bottle Gnomes for any Aggro!

But sideboards are always dependent on what you play against! Hope that gives some ideas!

abby315 on FYNN-ISH HIM!!!

4 months ago

A few suggestions:

Rhonas the Indomitable > Hornet Nest - too hard to set up getting the deathtouchers from the Nest, and Rhonas sets up evasion and pump for your infect creatures, plus has deathtouch himself.

Wrap in Vigor > Back to Nature - unless you're specifically hosing someone's Enchantress deck with this card, it'll be dead in hand too often to be useful and in a green aggro deck you can't afford cards like that. Wrap is an anti-boardwipe, anti-removal spell to keep up the pressure on key turns.

Heroic Intervention > Quietus Spike - Again, I think having anti-boardwipe and removal cards is important, and I don't think spike is a good rate. Almost every creature you run already has deathtouch, and the losing life trigger isn't relevant when you're trying to win with poison.

Shapers' Sanctuary > Harmonize - Sanctuary will be super helpful since everyone will be trying to focus down Fynn, allowing you to keep refilling your hand with cheap creatures. It'll likely give you more cards over the course of a game for less mana.

Vorinclex, Monstrous Raider > Arcum's Astrolabe - Cantrips aren't impressive in EDH and Vorinclex will help win you the game in one swing. If he's out of budget, try Overrun or Overwhelming Stampede .

I would also cut some useless lands that don't allow you to produce G on turn one and just add Forests: Gingerbread Cabin , Opal Palace , Sapseep Forest , and Forge of Heroes . The extremely small benefit these produce in the right circumstances is not worth having it be an off-curve land in an otherwise keepable hand, especially when it's so important that you play a creature on t1 and t2.

wyzeman on Walk in the Vastwood

9 months ago

Sorry, I thought you didn't follow change anymore.

I have cut the last 2 Planeswalker, Vivien Reid and Freyalise, Llanowar's Fury. Primeval Bounty have also been cut in favor of Ashaya, Soul of the Wild, Squall Line and Back to Nature in hope to add more big threat and a possible Wincon and keeping removal and ramp capacity.

cows5467 on EDH Removal Master List

10 months ago

What about Back to Nature

bamichinees on The old ways

10 months ago
  1. Staples:
  2. Maybe:
    • Protection:
      • Sylvan Safekeeper : Creature protection.
      • Veil of Summer : Counterspell protection. Protection against blue and black removal. Most common cards with removal (although meta dependent).
  3. Cut:

Staple cards are cards I recommend obtaining and using, since they are almost always good cards to have in any green deck. The rest is up to preference and should be taken with a grain of salt. I hope I could be of some use to you.

zapyourtumor on Voraciously Reading

10 months ago

For reference: Aether Gust, Mystical Dispute, Noxious Grasp

Leyline of the Void, Grafdigger's Cage

Back to Nature

Thoughtseize, Duress

(Note: I second these all except for Grafdigger's Cage, since it screws you over as well, and Back to Nature since enchantress decks aren't that prevalent)

jink47787 on Otrimi and Friends

11 months ago

i hate Back to Nature, why you gotta be mean to my Zur the Enchanter deck like that ;(

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