Cleansing Wildfire

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Brawl Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper Duel Commander Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Pioneer Legal
Planechase Legal
Pre-release Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Standard Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Cleansing Wildfire


Destroy target land. Its controller may search their library for a basic land card, put it onto the battlefield tapped, then shuffle their library.

Draw a card.

MollyMab on Card ideas/suggestions for a pauper …

1 month ago

Sounds like you want a Cleansing Wildfire core. This has the added benefit that you don't need to run Sentinals Eye cause the mana fixing and ramp is good.

lcarl3035 on Momo: Twice the horns, twice the fun

6 months ago

I would add Darksteel Citadel and Cascading Cataracts just so you can "destroy" them with Cleansing Wildfire and Geomancer's Gambit without actually losing lands.

Icbrgr on Dragon Control

9 months ago

Absolutely LOVE it... I have a Jeskai variant and some tools I use that I really like are Mission Briefing to be used as as a Snapcaster Mage value effect and Consider along side it... because im in I use Dragonlord Ojutai for my finisher but I think Iymrith, Desert Doom could be really good to maybe split with your Dragonlord Silumgar.

some juicy Sideboard tech you can consider is Sweltering Suns for a sweeper that cycles if its dead and Narset, Parter of Veils...Alpine Moon/Cleansing Wildfire I guess?

Overall i really love the bones of this build... i wish you success and happy brewing!

Ev1_ on New Capenna sac lands and …

10 months ago

Cleansing Wildfire is given flash speed.

Smashing Success is another card that can be used instead i belive.

Ev1_ on New Capenna sac lands and …

10 months ago

If in response to the ETB of one of the new sac land (like Brokers Hideout) the land is removed, will i still fetch a land? i.e. if Cleansing Wildfire is cast in response of Brokers Hideouts ETB will i fetch 2 lands?

Cheiromancer on Food n' blood for breakfast Pezzent!(10/12 euro/$)

10 months ago

Why doesn't it work with Rampage of the Clans? It doesn't go to the graveyard, but it should still count as destroyed. Look at the notes for Cleansing Wildfire.

"If the target is legal but not destroyed (most likely because it has indestructible), its controller does search for a basic land card and you do draw a card."

lagotripha on BOROS BURN AIKIDO

11 months ago

9-lives Ok, so the turn order goes untap, upkeep, draw, mainphase, attack phase, main phase, end step. Whenever you go from one step to the next you lose any mana you've added to your pool.

Upkeep basically exists for things that happen once at the start of a turn, after you untap your lands, before you draw a card. A lot of cards literally had 'upkeep' which makes you pay every turn to keep them (eg. Brand of Ill Omen back in the old days)

Braid of Fire was printed to help pay these, pay for instant speed effects like abilities (eg pump on Shivan Dragon) or actual instants.

If you want to play a big instant speed spell like Searing Wind, pay full price for Thunderous Wrath, or activate Soulfire Grand Master its great because you don't need to play a ton of lands.

Harsh mentor is in the same category as Ash Zealot, Immolation Shaman Tunnel Ignus and Ishi-Ishi, Akki Crackshot- they care about your opponents doing very specific things, which most opponents can just ignore.

Effects like great revel deal damage no matter what deck your opponent plays. Even more, compared to things like Young Pyromancer that care about what you are doing, they are a lot less reliable.

You can build decks around and that use them - I have in the past, especially for budget brews, but it takes planning. Tunnel ignus feels bad until you start playing Path to Exile, Cleansing Wildfire and Geomancer's Gambit, but its rare that you want to just put one in there - its home is usually in the sideboard.

Someone whose combo casts a billion cards from the gravyard will hate losing game two to a single ash zealot, and harsh mentor is in the same category.

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