Lotus Petal

Combos Browse all Suggest


Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper Duel Commander Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Premodern Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

Lotus Petal


, Sacrifice Lotus Petal: Add one mana of any color to your mana pool.

Ender666666 on Oloro White Black Blue Creatureless Control

3 weeks ago

Does Lotus Petal deserve a spot in a world of Treasures?

SueMe on Hogaak: My Favorite (Infinite) Combo Deck

1 month ago

Hey, welcome kingc0rn!

I see what you're saying. I probably wouldn't use Hatred in particular, due to the mana cost (also the potential feel-bads of removal in response). A couple more solid options would probably be Boon of Boseiju, or even Vines of Vastwood, which doubles as protection (and triples as a counterspell for auras, haha).

Interesting idea! I'll consider these.

Welcome back killer_eye!

This is probably something I should add in to my description, since I've had someone else wondering that exact thing.

In a situation where you can filter through your deck, but you have zero mana available, you can:

  1. Cast Lotus Petal into Sacrifice into Phyrexian Altar (hopefully by using Zombie Infestation, you'll have enough sacrifice fodder to pay for the Korozda Guildmage combo).

  2. Flashback Dread Return for Bone Miser, and discard lands until Phyrexian Altar.

  3. Flashback Dread Return for K'rrik, Son of Yawgmoth, and pay 2 life for Sacrifice, and get Phyrexian Altar.

Feel free to let me know, anyone, if there's another line I'm missing!

Gleeock on Are Treasure Tokens Now too …

1 month ago

I am not totally sure yet. The speedup/tempo change involved when players are playing a creature spell that ramps, kill spell that ramps, redirect that ramps, etc (that ramps)... may enter the "strictly-better" territory. ___Spell + Lotus Petal is quite potent. I've also mentioned how you can think of Stimulus Package as an enchantment that has an ongoing effect while being a Skyshroud Claim just long enough for you to enable some massive swing plays. Enchantments, in general, that discount themselves or give you future "milk money" are really powerful. I think, they are fine right now, though they probably will cause a general tempo-change in the format. It is not all bad for players to be mana screwed less often or for Timmie-style plays to be more accessible across the format - I think the danger presented is the possibility for storm-decks to start popping up with: "cast x, get a treasure, rinse & repeat" for for 20 minute turns (you see some of this with repeatable recursion with Dockside Extortionist already. Right now the way treasures are at this moment, I do not think they are easily repeated enough for too much hokey-ass-pokey storm-engines with repetition. They are mostly at the sweet spot of enabling timmie plays next turn... but they are coming pretty close. I also feel that Bootleggers' Stash was a mistake as well, regardless of if it may be a "do-nothing" spell when it first comes in. Free-dropping artifacts is so easy & making it is a headscratcher but has Old Gnawbone just doing it better on the treasure front too so I guess they are just the color of "we do treasure better too"


2 months ago

I feel like you need some Lotus Petal in here. They speed things up so much.. being able to draw 7 first turn and then another creature after you draw a lotus and another Dark Ritual , or continuing to rip their hands apart. Likely could drop 3-4 lands…the castle being one of them… grizz b is Going to have your hand loaded… why would you wanna rip all that life just for another card?

LeonSpires on Sexy Bird Boy: cEDH Teshar

2 months ago

@ McToters Thank you for checking out my list and taking the time to comment! Most of the time the goal of my list is to find a loop utilizing Teshar that goes infinite as soon as possible. Example (1) Teshar + Myr Retriever + Ashnod's Altar + Memnite. Example (2) Teshar + Lion's Eye Diamond + Salvage Scout. These are only a few examples of many as the deck gets its consistency by running numerous redundant effects.

The only time this is not the plan is when a silver bullet like Grafdigger's Cage, Rule of Law, or Null Rod is in play. In these cases the goal is to dig for removal for the silver bullet.

I don't often sac my entire board. But I have sometimes sacrificed most of the artifacts I control in response to another player casting Dockside Extortionist.

Roar of Reclamation: Not only is it's CMC too high but in cEDH I would be worried about returning opponents silver bullets or cards like Lotus Petal, Jeweled Lotus or Lion's Eye Diamond.

I do think Second Sunrise is a fantastic card in a casual Teshar list where the goal isn't to combo out as soon as possible but to create value engine and win in the long run.

Metroid_Hybrid on Convoluted Combos

2 months ago

A (relatively) "early" win with the Undying-loop combo with Yawgmoth, Thran Physician sounds rather straightforward, but is actually pretty convoluted in it's execution. It's a 4+ card combo for starters, and then to actually play out all of the moving parts can be quite the pain in the ass for the entire table, especially if you're tapped-out and need to dig through your Library one-by-one until you draw a Lotus Petal, Mana Crypt, and a finisher (in my case either Sickening Dreams or Bitter Ordeal).

Decklist for reference and more detailed explanation..

Load more