Nahiri, the Lithomancer

Nahiri, the Lithomancer

Planeswalker — Nahiri

+2: Put a 1/1 white Kor Soldier creature token onto the battlefield. You may attach an Equipment you control to it.

-2: You may put an Equipment card from your hand or graveyard onto the battlefield.

-10: Put a colorless Equipment artifact token named Stoneforged Blade onto the battlefield. It has indestructible, "Equipped creature gets +5/+5 and has double strike," and equip .

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Format Legality
Canadian Highlander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Vintage Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Limited Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Leviathan Legal
2019-10-04 Legal

Nahiri, the Lithomancer occurrence in decks from the last year

Nahiri, the Lithomancer Discussion

legendofa on Using Faction Names for Color …

1 week ago

For , is there any way to tie stone/rock into a unique focus? There are a lot of cards in that theme and color combination - Chained to the Rocks , Earth Servant , Nahiri, the Lithomancer , Calciderm , etc. It seems like a good place to develop, but I have to admit, I can't think of anything for this theme that isn't combat oriented.

In a game about combat, the two colors with a biggest focus on direct confrontation combine to make a set dedicated to direct confrontation in combat. They've gotten some other tricks with Outlaws' Merriment and Zenith Flare , but not much.

Here's a thought: self-sacrifice tricks. is willing to sacrifice itself for its community. is willing to sacrifice itself if it's exciting enough. I can envision a red-white card that says something like "Creatures you control have 'Sacrifice this creature: something something damage something protection from whatever.'" They have the small creatures to make it pay off. It might be moving into a little bit, but that's happened before, most obviously with Smiting Helix . To quote DemonDragonJ, what does everyone else say about this? How do you feel about getting self-sacrifice tricks as a unique non-combat ability?

StasisAbuser on Knight Rush

4 months ago

Pretty solid list here.

I'd probably take out Legion's Landing  Flip and replace it with Leonin Shikari.

If you're keen on having a PW in the deck, I'd switch Gideon out for either Nahiri, Heir of the Ancients or Nahiri, the Lithomancer.

Kaweiwu on Pattern Recognition #168 - Nahiri

5 months ago

Very cool article! :D Exept one thing. How is Stoneforge Mystic not Nahiri, the Lithomancer?!! They wear the same outfit. It even has the same red ribbon on the left arm.They have the exact same face and Stoneforge Mystic is floating rocks (the litho.. mancy thing) xd Like at the very least, Its Nahiri depicted on the card. Maybe Wizards of the coast later decided to use the art of stoneforge for nahiri, but its literally the same person

Justinoxs on Aurelia's Kappa 123

6 months ago

jakeyuki12 hey, glad you like the deck :)

Here's why I like it in the deck:

Firstly, Argentum Armor's effect can hit lands, and it is that one backup equipment in the deck that is sort of an answer to almost all your problems in a late game scenario, and is kind of a win condition if your Helms/Swords are in exile/graveyard.

it's effective against stax once you've run out of enchantment/artifact removals; it's great against Humility and Karn, the Great Creator if you can get it on your creature.

Not gonna lie some games it'll be clunky but more than often you should have a window with Sigarda's Aid or Puresteel Paladin; not to mention it'll win you the game if it's in your graveyard/battlefield should you ever find yourself in a position with Nahiri, the Lithomancer on board after Obliterate or similar other board resets (destroy your opponents' lands lul).

JRaynor on Syr Gwyn and the weapons of a woman

9 months ago

I have tried to get Nahiri, the Lithomancer to work so many times and in so many decks. Never seems to work out.

Deck looks great.

Mulinn on Syr Gwyn and the weapons of a woman

9 months ago

Hey, thanks for your input!

I haven´t really tested Argentum Armor, yet. Yes it is very stong, especially with cheating equipment-costs, but in the games I had so far, I just didn't really need the extra removal from it. Instead I was able the keep myself safe through reusing my Instants over and over again, thanks to Sunforger + Mistveil Plains.

Also the +6|+6 from it didn´t feel that appealing to me, since I tend to close out games through Grafted Exoskeleton, Colossus Hammer, Blackblade Reforged or Chandra's Ignition.

Nahiri, the Lithomancer on the other hand I tested a bit and on paper she looks great!

In the games I used her she had little to no impact on the board or she just didn't "fit" into the boardstate. More often than not she was just a "dead card" for me so I cut her after a couple games.

rdean14 on Card creation challenge

10 months ago

I imagine Vivien becoming Temur, as she is both inquisitive and I can imagine her becoming enraged by the abuse of animals, as with Ixalan's Vampires. Sarkhan Unbroken is the sole Temur Planeswalker.

Vivien of Qal Sisma

Legendary Planeswalker - Vivien

+1: Create a 2/2 green Archer Shaman creature token with Reach. Draw a card.

-2: Vivien of Qal Sisma deals 3 damage to either each creature with flying or each creature without flying.

-9: Draw a card for each creature you control, then each player may put any number of creatures from their hands into play. Creatures you control gain haste and you may have them fight any number of target creatures.


I'd like a companion for a planeswalker commander (sentient or non-sentient, as Planeswalkers are kinda next-level) Ten options:

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