Evolving Wilds

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy 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
Pre-release Legal
Standard Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

Evolving Wilds

Land

, Sacrifice Evolving Wilds: Search your library for a basic land card, put it onto the battlefield tapped, then shuffle your library.

TypicalTimmy on Does Pitiless Plunderer and March …

1 week ago
  • "whenever a permanent is moved from the battlefield (specifically) to the graveyard (specifically) it does in fact "die"."

Correction: Whenever a CREATURE or PLANESWALKER is moved from the battlefield to the graveyard, it does in fact "die". An Evolving Wilds, under normal circumstances, does not "die", as an example.

Tic12 on Titania EDH

2 weeks ago

Hi, nice deck list, looks like fun to play.

What about Brokers Hideout, Cabaretti Courtyard and Riveteers Overlook. In fact, they are Evolving Wilds/Terramorphic Expanse + 1 Life.

tonylomas on Rootpath Purifier

3 weeks ago

So Rootpath Purifier (lands you control and lands in your library are basic) in a decent built edh is there a place for this card? i mean besides Cultivate or abusing Evolving Wilds cards...not to mention Scouting Trek is there really an absurd, cool, WOW use for this? at first sight i was like wow i want this, but now im like...itll only interact with literally 2 cards and both are fetchers :S

Max_Hammer on Shorikai go vroom

3 weeks ago

So, right now, Commander included, you've got 126 cards. Seeing as you're only 26 over the cap, this shouldn't be too bad.

This is a low mana cost deck with a lot of draw, you probably only need 34-36 lands if you're being generous. If I were you, I'd drop some of the slower lands, such as Temple of Enlightenment, Skybridge Towers, Prairie Stream, Azorius Chancery, Castle Ardenvale, Castle Vantress, or even Port Town.

You might also want to include more fetch lands, too. Flooded Strand, Fabled Passage, and Flood Plain all come with a pretty high price tag, but they're all good.

On the other side of the coin, Brokers Hideout, Obscura Storefront, Evolving Wilds, Terramorphic Expanse, Myriad Landscape, Esper Panorama, and Bant Panorama are all cheaper fetch lands that you could use.

Drawing mana late game can be a dead draw a lot of the time, so being able to remove that excess from your deck can be a really nice tool to have, so you can draw just what you want. Maybe take out cards that are fast, but not necessary such as, Skycloud Expanse, Sea of Clouds, Mishra's Factory, and Crawling Barrens.

Changing it to this (or a list of just 35 mana), should bring us down to 122 cards.

As for non-land ramp, you have a lot. I’m going to say you want to kick out Silver Myr, Gold Myr, Mind Stone, and Ornithopter of Paradise. Normally I’d say more, but for this specific deck that seems to love ramp, this seems more than fine.

118 left.

For the rest, I’d say Ondu Inversion  Flip, Access Denied, Tezzeret the Seeker, Tezzeret, Artifice Master, Phyrexian Metamorph, Cultivator's Caravan, Invoke Justice, and An Offer You Can't Refuse, all mostly because they’re too expensive.

That leaves you with 109

Okay, so, this decklist is surprisingly tight for being 30~ cards over and I don’t know where to kick the last 9 off. Maybe Artificer Class? Maybe some of the creatures/vehicles? Idunno, good luck.

Poolplayer on Fun with Nacatl

1 month ago

Updating to Alpine Meadow was a great call for Wild Nacatl being 3/3 on turn 2 with the right draw and came up quite a bit and with a forest in play ambusher surprised haste goblins on return attacks. I tried putting a plains and mountain alone but the cursed draws would give me those and no forests to power the deck from behind. Evolving Wilds is the cheap way to thin the deck and either Sol Talisman or Mox Tantalite work well by turn 3 to get an advantage without tapping out for artifacts of the same power. I was trying Gift of the Gargantuan but the rate of not drawing land wasn't working well and being stuffed with creatures I couldn't afford to play wasn't working as well as Kodama's Reach.

Anyways, a fun deck. Comments are welcome!!

wallisface on Boros Burn

1 month ago

There's a good article on running burn at various budgetary levels here. If you do end up running stuff like Shock, Monastery Mentor, Vexing Devil, Lightning Strike, Deflecting Palm, Risk Factor, Rip Apart etc, then by all means live your dreams, but do be aware you'll be running a brew that is strictly worse than what you could be for that same budget. Rip Apart, Monastery Mentor, and Shock in particular are all terrible cards for burn and will make it a LOT harder for you to reliably win games (Rip Apart is at least playable in the sideboard).

In any case, you should definitely take on the advise of jethstriker and fix up the manabase. Burn generally needs 20 lands to begin with (so your land count is too low at the moment), but then you should always be aiming towards lands that don't enter tapped. Even Clifftop Retreat is too risky to be useful, and you'd be better off just playing all-basics than either that or Evolving Wilds. Battlefield Forge is a really good budget option for providing two colours.

jethstriker on Boros Burn

1 month ago

One thing I may add, pay attention to your mana base. It's understandable to skip the fetch-shock mana base for budget reasons, but don't try to replace it with Evolving Wilds. Instead try to use Inspiring Vantage and/or some number of Battlefield Forge, then adjust your basic land count accordingly.

wallisface on budget token sac

2 months ago

Some thoughts:

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