Bramble Sovereign

Bramble Sovereign

Creature — Dryad

Whenever another nontoken creature enters the battlefield, you may pay . If you do, that creature's controller creates a token that's a copy of that creature.

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Set Rarity
Battlebond (BBD) Mythic Rare

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Format Legality
Leviathan Legal
Highlander Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
2019-10-04 Legal

Bramble Sovereign occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.02%

Bramble Sovereign Discussion

Kudzuu on Ghired, Conclave Exile Populate

5 days ago

8/8/2020 -

I added Bramble Sovereign and removed Centaur's Herald I felt the Centaur's Herald was too weak.

Added Elder Gargaroth for Kazandu Tuskcaller. I feel Elder Gargaroth has way better value.

I removed Worldspine Wurm because 15 mana is a lot I don't have a way to trick this card into play. I added Quartzwood Crasher in it's place.

I removed Call of the Conclave for a Helm of the Host. Why make weak centaur tokens when I can make tokens of much more powerful creatures.

TypicalTimmy on Uumaka, Nature's Fury

3 weeks ago

I was sitting here watching the War of the Spark Brawl episode of The Command Zone and I said:

  • "Timmy, you love Oathbreaker. You love Planeswalkers. You just built a Riku of Two Reflections EDH deck. If you built a Commandwalker specifically tied to how you derive the most glee from a game, what would that Commandwalker look like?"

Uumaka, Nature's Fury is a Human Shaman / Druid. Shamans are beings who are able to call upon spiritual life forces, and Druids commune with nature. Uumaka is skilled and mastered in both practices. She is designed for an Aggro Timmy-style Stompy deck in which you ramp hard and play big creatures to overrun the battlefield - exactly how I like it.

After thinking about it, I'd say Uumaka is from Alara.

Uumaka, Nature's Fury

Legendary Planeswalker - Uumaka

+1 You may search your library for a basic land. If you do, reveal it and put it onto the battlefield tapped. Shuffle your library.

-4 Until end of turn, the next time you cast a creature spell, create a token copy of it.

-8 You get an emblem with "Lands you control become 5/5 Elemental creatures in addition to their other types. Creatures you control gain hexproof, indestructible, trample and vigilance."

{Uumaka, Nature's Fury can be your Commander.}


The +1 isn't as good as Xenagos, the Reveler nor Domri, Anarch of Bolas, nor is it as overall powerful as Nissa, Who Shakes the World. However, what it does do is thin your deck by tutoring the land. Less cards in deck means better odds of drawing better spells. It also helps fix your mana, allowing you to get the specific color you need at that moment. Basic lands only. While it's not that powerful in some regards, it's also very strong in others.

The -4 is something I am very excited for. You don't need your creature spell to resolve - you merely have to cast it. Think of it like Desolation Twin, in that sense. It means even if you have a large play, such as an Avenger of Zendikar, it's okay if the creature gets countered; You still get the token copy. It also means you can have a buffer on legendary creatures, too. For example, many players won't allow an Omnath, Locus of Rage to resolve. However, if the token copy is created then it doesn't really matter. If the spell resolves, SBA the token out of the game. If the spell doesn't resolve, you still got an Omnath. This also means spells such as Parallel Lives, Primal Vigor and Doubling Season are more impactful. If I cast a Savage Ventmaw, that is some serious board presence. Or I could go unbelievably wide with a Hornet Queen. I'd also still have access to things such as Flameshadow Conjuring and Bramble Sovereign. So the chance to go insanely wide absolutely exists here. Now, personally, with the +1 tutoring out a basic land I would straight up go for creatures with Landfall abilities. Nesting Dragon, Rampaging Baloths, Lotus Cobra, Avenger of Zendikar, Akoum Hellkite, Oran-Rief Hydra, Omnath, Locus of Rage, Tireless Tracker, etc.

Lastly, the -9 sets you up for a huge wincon. All of the lands you've been tutoring plus the lands you've been playing are now 5/5 creatures that are neigh unstoppable (Though not entirely. AEtherize screws you over good.). This also then affects all creatures you control. A giant powerful emblem that should secure you the win immediately, if not putting a hard clock on the game itself.

I lowered the ultimate from -9 to -8, meaning it holds synergy with Doubling Season and is a turn sooner in general. To compensate, I bumped CMC from 5 to 6. Overall, ramping in Gruul is insanely easy so +1 CMC isn't much at all, especially with the land tutor on a +1.

Personally, I think she is immensely over powered, but not broken. I like Planeswalkers that set you up to win, but you still need to put in the effort.

NiftyCheshireCat on I heard you like tokens...

1 month ago

Hey McFuzzleKING thanks for the suggestions! I love Bramble Sovereign, I have never seen that card (which makes sense as Battlebond was during my big break from MTG which means I missed some great stuff) but it's a great addition to this deck. Looks powerful but has the added bonus of being a fun political piece in casual settings, which is where I plan to be playing this deck. I'll definitely be adding Bramble Sovereign once I eventually start messing with this deck a little more.

I do like Artifact Mutation and Aura Mutation too, I just wish they made one x/x token instead of x 1/1 tokens as it would work better for this deck (if I'm copying tokens I would rather have fewer beefy ones than a bunch of little ones). Still, I'll definitely consider both and I appreciate you mentioning them I actually only know about Artifact Mutation (not sure how the other slipped my notice).

What I really wish was that there was something like Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer in these colors, that card would be so good in this deck. It would would made cards like Artifact Mutation, March of the Multitudes, and Aura Mutation so much better here.

McFuzzleKING on I heard you like tokens...

1 month ago

Hey NiftyCheshireCat, some of my favorite token cards are those with dual purpose. Artifact Mutation and Aura Mutation fit that bill and can act as good counters if you feel the need for them.

Advent of the Wurm, Gelatinous Genesis, and March of the Multitudes are other nice options. I'd also recommend taking a look at Bramble Sovereign whose copying ability could be really fun.

Nice job overall!

iammute on I Am Fire, I Am Death

1 month ago

Fuzzlewuzzle I was coming to see if you knew about the new dragons in Core21 and I see you have! I absolutely love Terror of the Peaks and it has inspired to rebuild my Jund dragons deck. It was built around getting lethal damage from reanimating a tonne of dragons with Dragon Tempest or Scourge of Valkas so the Terror is a perfect fit. Molten Echoes and Bramble Sovereign are great new additions to get extra value too.

Big Ur's Discount Warehouse (The Ur-Dragon EDH)

Commander / EDH iammute


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