Huatli, the Sun's Heart

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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
Pioneer Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

Huatli, the Sun's Heart

Legendary Planeswalker — Huatli

Each creature you control assigns combat damage equal to its toughness rather than its power.

-3: You gain life equal to the greatest toughness among creatures you control.

9-lives on Big Weaklings [Budget Azorius Jank]

3 months ago

Hahaha! Huatli, the Sun's Heart with Charix, the Raging Isle is nuts. 17 life gain each turn. I once played a game with a very similar toughness-to-damage deck, and while I was losing badly, I just kept on using these two cards to keep the game going on as long as possible, even though I just kept on getting smacked and gaining life.

amarthaler on Within these walls, we will outlast them!

3 months ago

Nice build! I love wall tribal, and with Bant colors there's a ton of possibilities. One major downside to wall tribal is, as you mentioned in your description, the fact that they need to be able to deal damage as well. I recommend running more than two cards in your 99 which allow you to assign damage equal to a defender's toughness. The reason I say this is in most playgroups, you'll run into folks waiting to cast removal on your enchantments (or Arcades himself). That being said, run a lot of counter spells or flicker!

Here's a small sample of cards that I especially like in my wall deck:

Rolling Stones or Huatli, the Sun's Heart for an additional two defender enhancements. Glaring Spotlight or Ghostway for protection. Wave of Reckoning might be less niche than Slaughter the Strong, but both are nice cards. Tetsuko Umezawa, Fugitive and Stoneskin are always a fun combo.

Please stop by my build as well as provide some feedback as well!

Thanks for sharing your deck

Venturub on Monowhite Control Clerics

5 months ago

Thanks for your comment and your suggestion. There are many cards I considered, such as Mirror Entity, Elite Spellbinder, Aether Vial (both for its ‘flash’ effect and as a work around for Chalice of the Void), Huatli, the Sun's Heart (for the combo Daru Spiritualist with Shaman en-Kor), maybe Glowrider, some Wasteland and/or Kor Haven

Bur instead of what?

Dazard on Mono Green Toughness

6 months ago

I'd consider taking one or two Huatli, the Sun's Heart out. Since it's a legendary planeswalker you can only have one copy of it on the battlefield. so having an extra huatli in your hand is basically a dead handcard as long as theres one on the battlefield already.

9-lives on Azorius Testudo Spearhead

7 months ago


I've played with this deck many times. I often miss the chance to draw at least one of the twelve cards of Gauntlets of Light, High Alert, and Huatli, the Sun's Heart. and I used to have Moon-Blessed Cleric in it as well. The spearhead is to deal direct damage, and be unblockable, so if I have Twisted Image, while if I were blocked, the creature would certainly die, but regardless if I have somethings like Aqueous Form, Tetsuko Umezawa, Fugitive, and Access Tunnel, I will have a good chance of not having to worry about it. One direct hit from Charix is good enough.

Squee_Spirit_Guide on Azorius Testudo Spearhead

7 months ago

Priests of Norn might be fun. It's a little higher on the curve, but it's a one-hit kill with Aegis of the Heavens.

I'm not sure about Twisted Image. It's kind of a dead card once Huatli, the Sun's Heart or High Alert is out. It might be worth splashing green for things like Assault Formation and Tower Defense.

TypicalTimmy on seshiro_of_the_orochi

9 months ago

Huatli, the Sun's Heart and Wave of Reckoning wouldn't work likely in the way you are planning, as Huatli assigns damage by the toughness value only when it is combat damage. Wave isn't combat damage, ergo they use their power.

So Huatli would turn a 2/3 into a 3/3 for the purposes of determining it's combat potential, but wave would see the 2 power printed on the card and thus deal 2 damage to it - 1 point short of killing it.

seshiro_of_the_orochi on Why did Oathbreaker die?

9 months ago

I have neverplayed Oathbreaker and I actually knownobody who plays it.

What I always wanted to build is a deck with Huatli, the Sun's Heart and Wave of Reckoning.

Are you sure it's 60 cards? I'm pretty sure I've read about 100.

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