Doubling Season

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Doubling Season


If an effect would create one or more tokens under your control, it creates twice that many of those tokens instead.

If an effect would put one or more counters on a permanent you control, it puts twice that many of those counters on that permanent instead.

dramaege on Tokens, Tokens, and more Tokens

5 days ago

I'm curious, was there any reason you aren't running cards such as Doubling Season?

Profet93 on EDH - Kill 1 opponent …

1 month ago

"Logic" is nice, I value it tremendously over emotion and it has served me well in all areas of my life, except when dealing with emotional people.

Perhaps it's just me. But from experience, everyone always has some axe to grind against someone else, regardless if its justified or not. For example, the Muldrotha player at the point could aruge they are the lesser of 2 evils by killing the (enter more evil deck/commander here).

Everyone looks out for their own interests, everyone is gonna get mad one way or another. So rather than trying to justify it, I've learned to just give them the same shit back, should I be inclined. I've learned that people play MTG typically to relieve stress and have fun. When they dont have fun and you cause them more stress, they will intentionally or unintentionally let it out on you.

Also, at the risk of being TMI ... I once went to a new shop and was playing with this guy, call him "Bob." Being the new guy, I wanted to be friendly and got to talk to people about MTG and other stuff in their lives (jobs, hobbies, etc...). Bob got mad at me because I play more expensive decks and would always make offhand comments. For my most expensive deck, I ramped into a Gilded Lotus with Mishra's Workshop into a Karn Liberated in order to exile his Doubling Season for his atraxa deck. Solid plan right? 1v1 game, exiling his most important piece. He got up, gave me a death stare and left. Later that night, I had an associate of his come up to my place and threaten to kill my family. While I am/this situation is an outlier, it is important to remember the primary motivations behind this game. The fact that people get so mad over a game to the point they are willing to degrade their own character just to lower your own, or even worse, threaten violence, should not be forgotten, especially in these times

Catpocolypse on The Island Awakened

1 month ago

This deck really values the land recursion, as Titania herself only half counts, as somewhere around 15 of my lands have the ability to end up in the graveyard. I only run 20 Forests, Titania only hits about 50% of my land base and not the "combo" lands. So Conduit and other effects like it are worth doubling up on, especially because I tend to be targeted in my pod simply due to my preference of big threatening decks. Nissa is going to be used as a finisher, similar to Triumph of the Hordes, her other abilities aren't as important because she can insta ult if you play her at 7. This being said, now that there are a possible 3 walkers in the mix, swapping Parallel Lives for Doubling Season isn't off the table, assuming all 3 walkers make it in

brieben on A fistful of Myr [Urtet, Remnant of Memnarch]

1 month ago

My favorite part of Urtet is untapping all the Myrs and finding ways to take advantage of that. To that end, I think Improvise is a great mechanic in this deck (Kappa Cannoneer and Organic Extinction are great examples already in the decklist). Since the artifacts are also creatures, Convoke can be similarly powerful. Both are even more powerful in your list since you are also running cards like Drumbellower and Unwinding Clock.

I mentioned some good Improvise cards in a previous comment, but here are some more fun possibilities:

  • Whir of Invention - 3 blue pips is tough, but perhaps worth it if leaning into blue and you like tutors
  • Saheeli's Directive - 3 red pips this time, but perhaps the upside is worth it?
  • Battle at the Bridge - likely just one black mana to get rid of a creature, even if it has indestructible

And here are some possible Convoke cards:

  • Obelisk of Urd - often "free" while pumping all your Myrs, which can still untap after the Convoke and attack with the pump that same turn thanks to Urtet
  • Return to the Ranks - get back a bunch of 2-mana creatures (I would likely want to pack a few more in the deck to make it worth it, but something to consider)
  • Endless Obedience - recursion from anyone's graveyard
  • Unmake the Graves - more recursion
  • Ephemeral Shields - protection for Urtet
  • Overwhelm - the creatures you tap for the Convoke will get the buff and can still attack thanks to Urtet
  • Lethal Scheme - destroy a creature or planeswalker while improving your hand with Connive
  • Mob - cheap creature removal
  • Sundering Vitae - cheap artifact/enchantment removal
  • Sprouting Renewal - more cheap artifact/enchantment removal (maybe you want the token sometimes?)
  • Venerated Loxodon - a 4/4 body that gives a +1/+1 counter to every creature that Convokes it; seems especially decent since you are also running cards like Hardened Scales and Doubling Season

Tur on Challenging Maarika

2 months ago

Hi hi~

Apologizes for my previous comment, I had to look up the rules on Doubling Season with the new Elesh Norn.

I don't mind offering suggestions with your Challenging Maarika EDH deck. However, the best I could accomplish while inside the Voltron fight theme is 6/10 - Casual. (For my rankings 3/10 is a WOTC preconstructed and 10/10 is cEDH.)

I don't know the strength of your playgroup, but judging by your two favorite decks it's a little more semi-competitive. Would you still like assistance?

Papini on I wanna be a man, mancub

2 months ago

Hi Gleeock

Such a great song :p I was going to say that Structural Assault was a little unreliable as a board wipe, but you make a great point, my apes will get pumped to offset the damage and it becomes a one-side board wipe. I will test it out. Thanks a lot.

I'm scared that Primal Vigor could easily get out of hand ... That's why I'm running Doubling Season and Parallel Lives instead.

I played Return of the Wildspeaker in the deck but then I switched it out for Inspired Tinkering or Escape to the Wilds I don't remember.

Caprice on Planeswalkers Perfected

2 months ago

Surprised to not see Vorinclex, Monstrous Raider in this list. Not only does it provide another Doubling Season effect of planeswalkers entering with double counters, but it also doubles the number of counters from +X abilities, as well as basically removing other players' abilities to get counters on their stuff. It's obviously more fragile than doubling season but I've found that having what is essentially another copy (with the added caveat of extra loyalty from the "cost" of putting loyalty counters on) is invaluable.

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