Jegantha, the Wellspring

Jegantha, the Wellspring

Legendary Creature — Elemental Elk

Companion — No card in your starting deck has more than one of the same mana symbol in its mana cost. (For example, you cannot have Kitchen Finks in your deck but you can have Carnival / Carnage ) (You may reveal this card from outside the game before you start and declare it as your companion. If you do, your deck must follow the companion's restrictions. You may pay to put this companion from your sideboard to your hand at any time you could cast a sorcery. This action can't be interacted with or countered. You may only choose one companion for your deck before the start of each round.)

: Gain . This mana can't be spent to pay generic mana costs.

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Legality

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

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Jegantha, the Wellspring Discussion

ImaginitiveRascal on New Standard Shrines

1 day ago

I used to have a 60 card version with Jegantha, the Wellspring . It limits sweepers, but that wasn't a problem because I only have like 2.

libraryjoy on Looking for a fun budget …

1 month ago

Funny you should mention Quartzwood Crasher. He's the star of the Kaheera deck I'm working on.

As for Mono-green 5 color, I don't know how else to say it, and that's how one of my friends described it. It has an all-green mana base and uses Jegantha, the Wellspring, Orochi Leafcaller, and mana dorks to cast the 5 color creatures. Taste the Rainbow - $25 Budget Casual if you're interested.

libraryjoy on Looking for a fun budget …

1 month ago

Thanks for the ideas. I don't play black (except in like 5 color strategies). As for budget, I don't have a lot of funds to sink into Magic right now. I have a pretty large collection, with plenty of pricier cards, but I'm just looking for a little variety I can throw a few dollars at. Last night I started fiddling with a Kaheera, the Orphanguard deck, using it as a companion (Gruul with a lot of beasts). Our power level at a group is fairly low, including teenagers, new players, and other people with limited $. Building on a budget like this helps me to not annihilate everyone and still have fun. It's also a mental exercise - not every deck I build I actually buy.

I forgot to mention another fun deck I built a few weeks back, including Jegantha, the Wellspring as companion. Mono-green, focused on large 5 color creatures with support from Knight of New Alara and Civic Saber, with an Elemental subtheme. I really enjoy playing it, but it kinda wrecked the table a bit the first time and so now everybody targets it early.

I've found a few ideas in here. Skill Borrower looks fun! It's been a while since I tried building a Land/creature deck, so that's an idea, too. I've actually got Kangee, Aerie Keeper, and that might be an option once I tear apart the Sephara, Sky's Blade deck. Keep the ideas coming!

FatMonkeyNutz on Human Legendary Tribal

1 month ago

If you dont want to go the companion route, a few cards to note that you might enjoy. Rick, Steadfast Leader would be really good considering how many humans are in the deck and the buffs. Pemmin's Aura and Freed from the Real while paired to Jegantha, the Wellspring, while Kinnan, Bonder Prodigy is on the field, it becomes infinite wubrg to activate Sisay with. If you did go with the Jegantha companion route, you could still run Freed from the Real and Kinnan, Bonder Prodigy

VeryUnqualifiedDeckbuilder_ on Human Legendary Tribal

1 month ago

With Sisay's ability, you'll be able to get some big creatures out pretty quickly. AS a result, you may want to include more large creatures. Additionally, cards like Jegantha, the Wellspring and Chromatic Orrery could help fuel Sisay. On the whole though, it seems like a really solid and fun deck for its price range!

moo1234 on Multiblades

1 month ago

Love the deck, I'm also pretty sure you can actually have Jegantha, the Wellspring as your companion

plakjekaas on The gods

1 month ago

To be clear after that confusion, Esika, God of the Tree  Flip does violate Jegantha, the Wellspring's companion restrictions, because the front has double pips.

The World Tree is a land, which has no mana cost, therefore not violating Jegantha's restriction, making them a great combo in Golos decks. Add Maskwood Nexus for all the hilarity you could ever ask for.

1empyrean on The gods

1 month ago

Cadois Its likely you are mistakenly applying the 903.4c exception of 711.4a to more than just color identity. The World Tree is the only side checked by Jegantha, the Wellspring.

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