Nissa, Who Shakes the World

Nissa, Who Shakes the World

Legendary Planeswalker — Nissa

Whenever you tap a Forest for mana, gain an additional .

+1: Put three +1/+1 counters on up to one target noncreature land you control. Untap it. It becomes a 0/0 Elemental creature with vigilance and haste that's still a land.

-8: You get an emblem with "Lands you control have indestructible." Search your library for any number of Forest cards, put them onto the battlefield tapped, then shuffle your library.

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

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Nissa, Who Shakes the World Discussion

NicodaPico on Vorinclex, Green Goodstuff

2 weeks ago

Some of your planes walkers are pretty good but some are not the best. Nissa natures artisan is just not a good planeswalker in this deck. Might i suggest some Nissa, Who Shakes the World , Vivien, Champion of the Wilds , Nissa, Voice of Zendikar , Jiang Yanggu, Wildcrafter , Vivien, Arkbow Ranger to name a few. They all go great with the double counter or double token with vorinclex.

For lands green has tons of good utility lands that can benefit from counter and token doubling. Oran-Rief, the Vastwood , Blast Zone , Khalni Garden , Llanowar Reborn , Field of the Dead to name a few. And green also has tons of land tutors to find these lands when you want them.

when when you're not getting planeswalkers going you can always go for the classic Rampaging Baloths , Helm of the Host to go crazy, Myr Battlesphere , Tendershoot Dryad , Mycoloth , Bane of Progress , Vigor . You can really just go crazy with tokens and counters here my guy

razelfark on

1 month ago

Hello rog0325. Sorry for taking a while to respond.

It looks like you made some adjustments to your deck already and it is looking better. I Would try to add another copy of Nissa, Who Shakes the World to your deck and maybe 1 more Cultivate . The reason for these additions is they will help your Hydroid Krasis become a much stronger payoff if you play it after resolving the previously mentioned cards.

To make room for the cards, I would personally cut Courage in Crisis or Stealth Mission .

I hope the deck is working out for you if you have had a chance to try it with the changes.

razelfark on

1 month ago

Hello. Looks like you are just getting into the game with an intro deck and want some suggestions on how to upgrade your deck. I will try to give you some upgrades that will hopefully not be outside your budget.

First suggestion for your deck would be to focus on being either a deck that wants to mill or be an aggressive deck. Since the only card you are running that allows you to mill is Jace, Wielder of Mysteries , we should probably consider focusing on the +1/+1 counter theme you have going.

Considering you are running cards that have a relatively high mana cost on average, I would suggest adding some ramp cards. There are three cards I would highly suggest.

Cultivate - Searches for two lands and puts one into play right away making it so you will be able to play a majority of your cards from then on. Suggest adding 4 copies to the deck.

Llanowar Elves - is a great 1 drop creature that will help boost your ability to cast spells.

Nissa, Who Shakes the World - A strong planeswalker that will make your "Forests" tap for extra mana giving you a large boost in your mana generation and allow you to transform your lands into aggressive creatures that use +1/+1 counters. These lands will now also benefit from your proliferate functions. If you create a copy of it with Spark Double then the mana production passive is increased even more. This rare does cost about $6 as of this post and is the most expensive card I will try to recommend. Would suggest 2 copies at least but would say you would be fine adding more for the deck as it can runaway with games by itself sometimes.

To make room for all the suggested cards I would cut both your Jace planeswalkers, Jace's Ruse , Benthic Biomancer , Merfolk Skydiver , and Primal Empathy

I would also suggest trading the Simic Guildgate out for Rimewood Falls if you get decide to pickup Nissa, Who Shakes the World for the deck as they do count as forests. This means that even if you do that them for blue mana, you will still get one green mana when used for mana. You will also be able to search your deck with Nisa's final skill to add them to the battlefield which can be convenient.

Hope these suggestions help. Feel free to let me know if you have any questions about the suggestions or might be looking for different style of cards to adjust your deck for the mill angle.

Side note - You should mark your deck as casual format instead of standard for the site if you want to make it so your deck list doesn't light up in red as standard is a format for the most recent sets of cards.

DevoMelvminster on The Power of Draw

1 month ago

I do like Nissa, Worldwaker , as well as Nissa, Who Shakes the World , but every time i run them in this deck they feel... unnecessary? I don’t know. Definitely strong, but I always end up cutting them.

Primal Bellow is cool, but not sure what i would replace for it. I generally only run repeatable or game ending effects that will outright double an already huge creatures power.

Thanks so much OatmealBear and LilMissWiz for checking it out, and for the suggestions!

ElijahCallahan64 on Mono G ramp

1 month ago

Lotus Cobra , Evolving Wilds , Explore , Nissa, Who Shakes the World can make this deck flawless. . . and Explore if your down to spend the money for it, + Azusa, Lost but Seeking

plakjekaas on None

2 months ago

Back to two set blocks would mean getting rid of Core Sets again, I feel like that would be a shame, the core sets feel really good since they returned. And there's a format where every mechanic can be played: Limited. I thought "One set blocks" were only a limitation in draft format, so the second and/or third set don't need to be constrained by being compatible with the previous (two) set(s) and can focus on being a self-contained format. Guilds of Ravnica/Ravnica Allegiance/War of the Spark felt like a classic three set block, but I'm glad the draft format didn't include 1 pack of each, it would mean War of the Spark would have been opened a lot less, and cards like Nissa, Who Shakes the World and Teferi, Time Raveler would have been a lot more expensive during their Standard run as a result.

On top of that, Wizards has never limited themselves to printing synergistic cards only in blocks that should focus on the mechanics they contain. Some of the best Landfall creatures aren't from Zendikar, just look at Courser of Kruphix and Tireless Tracker and how playable those have been in other formats.

I started actively playing Magic with the introduction of two block sets (Battle for Zendikar) and I feel like availablity of the cards, and consistency of good draft formats, has been greatly improved since then. It's probably more creatively constraining to have to find more unique mechanics to focus an entire set in that go well with Mutate for the second Ikoria iteration, than it would be to just move along and print something like Scute Swarm which happens to work great with Mutate, without the in-plane connection.

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