Greenwarden of Murasa

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed 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
Penny Dreadful Legal
Pioneer Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Vintage Legal

Greenwarden of Murasa

Creature — Elemental

When this enters the battlefield, you may return target card from your graveyard to your hand.

When this dies, you may exile this. If you do, return target card from your graveyard to your hand.

MeneerDutchy on Henzie “The Toolman” Taylor ETB

6 months ago

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Profet93 on Azusa, Bureau of Land Management

10 months ago


I see the deck changed a little since 2020. I hope some of my previous suggestions are under consideration.

Regarding G-Wave, when you put your deck on the table, a bunch of triggers happen, including regal force's draw trigger which is not optional and will require you to draw into a deck that isn't there forcing you to lose. The only thing that I can think of is adding a High Market to sac Kozilek in response to the draw trigger so that it shuffles in along with your GY.

On another note, have you considered adding Greenwarden of Murasa? It could be a nice synergy with Tooth and Nail. Cast T&N, tutor for GW and another card like vorinclex, return T&N and if you have enough mana (as I'm sure an Azusa deck like yours would), cast again searching for eternal witness and another card, eternal witness returning T&N allowing you to cast it again for a total of 3 times.

High market + Greewarden is a nice synergy on it's own. If you don't wish to remove a basic due to boundless and your 1 cmc mana dorks, have you considered potentially removing shrine of the forsaken, ghost town, rogue's passage or emergence zone? As those are your weakest nonbasics

Three Visits/Nature's Lore > Rampant growth, although personally, I would run neither of the 3 in an Azusa deck personally.

+1 Let me know what you think of each idea

DevoMelvminster on The Panther King of Control

10 months ago

ShredderTTN86 I stated in the description that for thematic purposes (windgrace has a strong hatred of artifacts and artificers) that I run no artifacts or rhings that produce artifacts. If i needed another ‘play lands from your graveyard’ card, I’d go with Ancient Greenwarden, but it feels fine as is since windgrace himself can bring them back in play, plus the few other cards I have to do so.

metalflame on volo guide to monsters

1 year ago

I would say focus on etb effects, and graveyard recursion like Eternal Witness, Greenwarden of Murasa, and Recollect
Use different dorks for ramp since they can be doubled, and add some 2 cmc rocks for ramp.
Finally id recommend getting rid of the counterspells for control, and include a Steel Hellkite, as well as Song of the Dryads among your control cards.

I typically say 35 lands, and 10 ramp will get you out fast, and reliably. Somewhere about as many creatures as lands, and 10 of any theme such as removal, draw, equipment, etc.. will get you to see that kind of effect reliably and generally early. 15 or more if you want to see it multiple times in many games.

Dont forget reusable artifact draw with stuff like Coercive Portal, Cosmos Elixir,Lifecrafter's Bestiary, Liar's Pendulum, and Staff of Nin

and these rocks
Arcane Signet, Star Compass, Coldsteel Heart, Wayfarer's Bauble, Mind Stone

freezerboy on Her Royal Fluffness

1 year ago

Could add in some more cheats and recursion with a Greenwarden of Murasa or Thicket Elemental. Plus they get the buff from Goreclaw and cost just a bit less. Thanks for the upvote btw. You've given me some good ideas with Paleoloth and See the Unwritten. Decent abilities and super cheap price too.

Grasshoppeh1 on Lost and Afraid

1 year ago

TheVectornaut on Insane ramp idea - please help

1 year ago

Yeah, if you are running Fierce Empath , you do want most of your bombs to be at or above that 6 CMC threshold. For instance, that's why I run Greenwarden of Murasa over the usually far superior Eternal Witness and Cyclops of Eternal Fury over say Urabrask the Hidden or Fires of Yavimaya . Running both the Empath and Time of Need will require careful balancing so you don't end up in situations where you need to find one thing and the tutor you draw isn't the one that can search for it. Hypothetically, you can get around that by just running creatures that satisfy both conditions. It is true though that such creatures will often be quite pricey like the Eldrazi titans and Vorinclex, Voice of Hunger . If you do go the Eldrazi route, Artisan of Kozilek and It That Betrays would be some other guys to keep an eye out for, with one being obviously more budget than the other. As for the appropriate numbers of land untappers and land enchantments, you'll just have to goldfish and hopefully also get some real games in to test what ratio works for you. If there is a lot of enchantment destruction being played early, for example, I think running 12 Overgrowth effects would be more worthwhile. Or if creature removal is more of an issue, working in Hope Tender or Sculptor of Winter could be an option.

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