Gaea's Touch

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Legality

Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy 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
Oathbreaker Legal
Oldschool 93/94 Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper Duel Commander Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Gaea's Touch

Enchantment

: You may put a basic Forest card from your hand onto the battlefield. Activate this ability only any time you could cast a sorcery and only once each turn.

Sacrifice Gaea's Touch: Add to your mana pool.

HippoFalcon on Paws of Power / Bear Token / Budget

1 month ago

seshiro_of_the_orochi

I like the way you think. I've added Primal Order and Gaea's Touch to the maybeboard because I don't have the brain power to figure out what I'd remove right now. But both suggestions are fire!

seshiro_of_the_orochi on Paws of Power / Bear Token / Budget

1 month ago

With that land base, Primal Order would be a neat addition for additional damage. Also, how about Gaea's Touch?

seshiro_of_the_orochi on Petting Zoo

1 month ago

This is similar to Her Royal Fluffness, so let me tell you: I prefer Goreclaw. The deck looks fine, good job. Some cards to consider: Nissa's Pilgrimage is sneakily powerful for mono-G. The same goes for Gaea's Touch. Surrak and Goreclaw are a very powerful addition for the strategy. Finally, I'll never tire of advertising for the versatility engine that is Silverback Elder.

Enjoy the Green!

Squee_Spirit_Guide on Budget Enchantress

11 months ago

Making a deck from cards you have laying around is always the best! If you're looking to pick up anything additional, how about Sterling Grove and Gaea's Touch? And Auratog could be a fun finisher!

NV_1980 on Titania, Voice of Gaea

11 months ago

Gaea's Touch and Crucible of Worlds come to mind.

PrismMTG on The Island Awakened [[Primer]]

1 year ago

@seshiro_of_the_orochi I actually already have Gaea's Touch in my list, though it is an amazing suggestion is I didn't already include it.

Yedora, Grave Gardener and Ayula's Influence are both cards I considered earlier in my building of this list. Yedora I discarded because I am mostly using the tokens I make to be aggressive, the other creatures are more supportive and she doesnt' trigger on the elemental deaths. Ayula's Influence I considered for awhile, but ultimately cut because after some playtesting, it just because more efficient to play the card outright instead of discarding it, as I couldn't always have the setup to take advantage of what I discarded using Ayula's Influence.

All of the card draw you have suggested are all powerful, but they are one time effects, I am more interested in enchantments that draw me cards over the course of the game instead of all at once. Rishkar's Expertise might get me 5 cards when I play it, but Elemental Bond can get me 2-4 cards a turn, every turn.

seshiro_of_the_orochi on The Island Awakened [[Primer]]

1 year ago

This looks really impressive! I still have some suggestions for you:

Gaea's Touch is a very underplayed card. For you, it's another way to play additional lands that can function as a ritual effect if needed.

You have not a lot of land bounce, but otherwise, Yedora, Grave Gardener would a really powerful addition.

For card draw, Return of the Wildspeaker, Shamanic Revelation and Rishkar's Expertise would obviously be powerful. If you want to stay under the radar, Mouth / Feed is similar, but doesn't have the reputation the other three have.

Ayula's Influence works neatly with your ability to play lands from the grave.

I hope this helps. Have fun piloting the deck!

Slashdance on Forest Tribal, LoL

1 year ago

Thank you, both Basshunter & SufferFromEDHD

I may use Gaea's Touch, I think I have one if I search through green box.

I have a love/hate relationship with level-up cards. I love the idea, hate it when I actually play them, so I'm not so sure I'll use Joraga Treespeaker. I have her in my Elfball deck, but it's so mana hungry I rarely get past the first level. In this deck, Llanowar Visionary has a place with the early card draw along with ramp, and Devoted Druid is here for even faster mana ramp that doesn't require additional mana pumped into her to get an extra early green mana. I can also drop a +1 counter on her to reset, and I don't care if she dies because she's coming back (or will eventually come back). Joraga just wants too much from me when I want to cast other things early in the game. YMMV

Yavimaya, Cradle of Growth is indeed good. When I get one, I'll probably add it in, maybe in place of Mosswort Bridge.

Mana Web is brutal, indeed. I'd probably only use it if I wanted to play with a more competitive pod or in a tournament. It's great, but maybe a bit hardcore to play with friends. Although I do have a buddy that loves his $12 counter spell deck that this would be great against, lol. It's situational, for me, based on power level or deck types I expect to play against.

Hidden Path and Nature's Cloak could both be great, and almost feel like cheating in a deck like this, lol. If I find that I can't get my creatures through reliably, I might just do this. However, one of the beauties of this deck is that you almost WANT to get blocked a lot of the time. If I'm attacking with a boatload of lands, and my commander is out, I want my opponent to block so I can kill of his smaller creatures. I want him to make decisions. And I don't care if my Forests die, as they're coming right back to the table ... Untapped and ready to block for me (to which they can die again, come back, and by my turn have lost summoning sickness and I'm ready to read & repeat). By having Forestwalk, I get more damage in, sure ... but I lose my pseudo Vigilance that's built in with the recursion that makes this deck fun. So, for now, I keep the Forestwalk out. That said, I'm more likely to want a sorcery/instant for Forestwalk for a surprise win condition, such as Nature's Cloak.

Scarwood Bandits is always fun. However, it doesn't have much synergy with the deck and I would prefer the deck to stay more focused. Lots of fun cards in green to toss in for flavor, though, and this would be great if I went on a little tangent.

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