Evolving Wilds

Evolving Wilds

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

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Format Legality
Legacy Legal
Limited Legal
Leviathan Legal
Vintage Legal
Standard Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Brawl Legal
Custom Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Pioneer Legal
Unformat Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Gladiator Legal
Arena Legal
Pauper Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Historic Legal
Modern Legal
Pre-release Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Evolving Wilds Discussion

TriusMalarky on Blood Moon or Boil??

23 hours ago

Blood Moon is pretty much always better due to the fact that it hits nonblue decks. Which means Jund, and a lot of other decks.

However, you have 4 cards that have double blue. And they're SUPER important to your strategy.

So, what you need is fetchlands. I recommend Prismatic Vista is okay, any blue fetch such as Flooded Strand is fine as long as you find a copy or two of Steam Vents. Evolving Wilds can replace some of your taplands.

This is one of those things where your problem is finding a way to afford fetchlands. Blood Moon is 100% better in this case.

Unless, of course, you splash green and use tri-lands like that Triome and Frontier Bivouac and cut all your islands. Then you can use Choke.

Massacar on chaotic hugs

1 day ago

Any plans to streamline your manabase at all? I know your theme is group hug, but currently you're rocking 4 colors, with 30 basic lands and no fetches, and while you have some rocks your manafixing is going to be a bit rough.

At the very least it might be worth running Fabled Passage or at least Evolving Wilds/Terramorphic Expanse so that you're more likely to be able to grab some of the colors you might need.

EvilG on Mill 'Em or Kill 'Em

2 days ago

Have you thought about Compelling Argument because of cycling and the mill ability. also, I would scratch the Evolving Wilds and just add more islands so that they don't enter tapped

mrdehring on Beauty and the Beast

3 days ago

Deck looks solid. Love the interaction of Lurking Predators and Kodama of the East Tree. You may want to look for other ways to cheat in higher cost stuff. Quicksilver Amulet?

I also think the mini combo of bounceland + kodama + landfall trigger. Do you want to add some life gain Primeval Bounty or Kazandu Nectarpot, damage Ob Nixilis, the Fallen, or both Retreat to Hagra?

You only have a few actual creatures (17, not including the commanders) in the deck so I don't think Zendikar Resurgent and Guardian Project are worth it. Would an Emerald Medallion or other cost reducing spells be better. As for card draw Mentor of the Meek? You are playing green; there has to be something else.

You also only have a limited number of non-land permanents (34) and very little self mill and fetch lands. So I'm not sure if Eerie Ultimatum really deserves the spot. Your permanents are pretty powerful, so you may still want this. If you decide to keep it in you might want to look at Deadbridge Chant and more fetches or Evolving Wilds for your lands.

Duneblast seems to go against your swarm strategy. Hour of Reckoning is amazing.

My only other thought is Entreat the Angels. You are going to draw cards during your second main phase; no miracle is feel bad.

What do you think of Khalni Heart Expedition over Sakura-Tribe Elder? Same cmc, upside of more lands, downside of less consistency.

Other thoughts Ancient Greenwarden and Panharmonicon why trigger once when you can trigger twice.

A55Destroyer69 on general tazri commander in progress

2 weeks ago
some of these cards are control cards, put into an aggro deck. So they may be good in some situations, yes, but in a general circumstance they're more likely to be a hinderance than anything

Wrath of God is an okay boardwipe, but really you don't want to potentially devastate your board AND have to wait a turn to rebuild. Most of the time something cheaper will be better - Pyroclasm if you know you're going to face weenies or RDW or something of the like, or Blasphemous Act for just more general decks. Frankly, Blasphemous Act will potentially be worth a mere most of the time against Krenko or Thalisse even. Plus it hits them as well.

Idyllic Tutor finds you an enchantment, but what enchantment do you need? Again, you're playing an aggro deck so you shouldn't be taking your turn 2 or 3 to set up for later; you should be butting heads with anyone and everyone.

Torment of Hailfire is looking so shady here. It's a mid-lategame card that's meant to be used in tandem with heavy removal and attrition, and you're just chucking it in here as what? some sort of a finisher? Sure, it could be a finisher, but I think it needs to be somewhat built around / synergised with to actually be a viable pickup.

Replace Yarok, the Desecrated with Panharmonicon. cheaper and not colour-reliant. Harder to deal with than just a creature

Rootborn Defenses is to make your stuff indestructible. First off, there's cards that do the same thing for less, and there's even cards that do more for the same price - Make a Stand, Flawless Maneuver, Ready / Willing or even Heroic Intervention. Populate is going to be pretty inconsistent in this deck too, as there's only a small handful of token generators in the deck, so why not swap it out (or remove it, even) for something more efficient

Cinder Glade is a tapland so you might as well replace it with Sheltered Thicket. I think, regardless, switching to Sheltered Thicket will be more beneficial - fetch and eot, on your turn it enters untapped, or it's in your hand and you treat it as you would treat a Barren Moor: cycle if you don't need it, or play if you do.

Jegantha, the Wellspring is 5 mana for a max of 3 mana per turn (estimate). With so few early ramp cards, how do you expect to consistently hit 5 mana on turn 5, 4, even 3? He may be neat, and help you ramp but you need to get him in play first. I just don't think he's worth in this deck. It's a 5-colour deck, but doesn't have a strong mana base. Also an aggro deck, so a 5 mana mana dork will kinda throw off your tempo anyway

Evolving Wilds, Fabled Passage, Terramorphic Expanse, Renegade Map, Burnished Hart, Solemn Simulacrum, Yavimaya Elder, Sakura-Tribe Elder all find little to nothing. Maybe if you add in some more basics, keep Fabled Passage and Solemn Simulacrum but not the others. The reason for these caards is to thin your deck, but thin them from basics, so if you have minimal basics to begin with you're not really consistently thinning (given that the chance of drawing all your basics is exceptionally higher than it would be with, say 10+ basic lands). Fabled Passage and Solemn Simulacrum give, for sure, the highest value so that's why I suggest to keep just them.

Hi_diddly_ho_neighbor on [[Primer v3.5]] - OM_RATH!!! (M21 Update!!!)

3 weeks ago

I haven't seen most of the discussion so I apologize if I retread anything covered, but I'll just chime in here and say that barring a few exceptions, pretty much every deck would be wise to run some sort of Strip Mine variant. I prefer Tectonic Edge but that is simply because I feel it's less mean. Regardless, I would estimate that close to 25-35% of the EDH games I play are decided by some sort of powerful land. Plus there is almost zero cost to swapping in a Strip Mine effect over another land. That's just my two cents though.

Speaking of two lands with low opportunity cost, Field of the Dead and Scavenger Grounds seem like an auto include here. Field plays well with the token/etb effects in the list and there are more than enough utility lands here to ensure that it will always be online. If you are still afraid that it won't trigger, you can always swap 1 Forest and 1 Mountain for their snow-covered variant and still keep the basic land count high for Perilous Forays. Scavenger Grounds just shuts down a huge percentage of EDH decks, and while it also hits our graveyard, that isn't as huge a deal for Omnath. I could see cutting two of the weaker fetch lands (i.e. Evolving Wilds and Myriad Landscape) for both utility lands.

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