Rhythm of the Wild

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Legality

Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 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
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

Rhythm of the Wild

Enchantment

Creature spells you control can't be countered.

Nontoken creatures you control have riot. (They enter the battlefield with your choice of a +1/+1 counter or haste.)

Forkbeard on Miirym, Sentinel Wyrm: Double Dragon

2 days ago

Oh this is a lot to process, ha. Here's some thoughts around the suggestions.

  • Genesis Wave - love the card, definitely tempted as another 'sneak into play' option.
  • Equilibrium - also love this card and use it to great effect in my simic elf deck, but I'm not sure that I can justify it in here due to the already hefty casting costs on all these dragons. More on that later...
  • Sylvan Library & Mana Vault - undeniably amazing cards, I just don't have spares laying around just now. Our play group allows proxies but we have specific rules around them; a maximum of 3 nonland proxies per deck and you have to own a real copy of it. I've opted for Doubling Season, Parallel Lives & The Great Henge for those slots. I'm already running Worldly Tutor in here.
  • Shifting Shadow - this is a VERY interesting card, I've never seen it before! I wouldn't play it without Miirym on the table but I do think this card is neat.
  • Mana Echoes - an awesome card and I've used it to great effect in mass token swarm decks + sliver combos, but I'm not convinced it's a great call in a dragon brew. Might be worth trying but I'm not sure what I'd cut for it.
  • Rhythm of the Wild - another beaut of a card and I had it in here, but having played the deck a few times now I absolutely want/need my tokens to have haste as well.
  • Spectacular Showdown - in my experience with the deck so far, win-more stuff like this isn't needed. The dragons _are_ the finishers.

  • Alright so about the hefty casting cost problem of dragons in general. Yeah. Now that I've had a chance to play the deck a bit, I'm running into the same problems I had with Atarka. With so much ramp + treasure support (treasures are particularly rampant in my playgroup), Commander in general is so fast these days and this deck had a very difficult time keeping up. I really like the brew I have here, but I need to consistently ramp to have any hope of getting this battlecruiser off the ground. I need to start thinking about fast mana (Ancient Tomb, Mana Crypt etc) because I'm finding that some games don't go beyond 5 turns these days. Dark times for a Timmy like me.

    DareiJuxis on Miirym, Sentinel Wyrm: Double Dragon

    2 days ago

    I know Rhythm of the Wild doesn't give tokens haste, but I think getting big creatures onto the board is important. I suppose it isn't "just" better like I said, but I think it's worthwhile. But maybe that speaks more to my meta. Also, there could be finishers added to the list. Something like Spectacular Showdown?

    DareiJuxis on Miirym, Sentinel Wyrm: Double Dragon

    2 days ago

    Well, I think I will stick to what I said before, even in light of my oversight. Regardless, another card to consider would be Mana Echoes, seeing as this list is mana hungry, and every single creature is a dragon. The commander also makes more dragons for more mana. Also, isn't Rhythm of the Wild just better than Fires of Yavimaya?

    seshiro_of_the_orochi on Curvy Badgers (RG badger tribal)

    1 week ago

    Stardragon: Thanks for the comment. Maybe Rhythm of the Wild would better fit that slot. Great idea, still. Rage is in here for the tiny madness theme around Badgersaur. But maybe, Rancor would actually be better.

    Noholdmine on Garth One Eyed Cheater

    1 week ago

    Some easy ways to add interaction to this deck would be to add some enchantment and creature removal spells. Krosan Grip, Return to Dust, Rapid Hybridization/Pongify, Arcane Denial to replace Dissolve, Anguished Unmaking, Damn, and Swords to Plowshares/Path to Exile are all clean and efficient methods of interaction. Saryth, the Viper's Fang, Lightning Greaves/Swiftfoot Boots, Shalai, Voice of Plenty, and Veil of Summer/Heroic Intervention are solid protection options for your creatures as well. Right now you're running Anger with only 2 Mountains in the entire deck, so that means either the mana base needs to be reworked or Anger needs to be replaced. Some easy ways to rectify the mana base a bit is to swap out some of your duals for the Red/x options (i.e, Blood Crypt, Stomping grounds, etc.). We can also make the deck more efficient by changing up the ramp so that it has utility or generates more than one color of mana. Cards like Deathrite Shaman, Kiora's Follower, Noble Hierarch/Ignoble Hierarch, Faeburrow Elder, and Birds of Paradise are all decent options. Right now Anger and Chainer, Nightmare Adept are the only cards that can give Garth haste. Since we only have a few creatures that actually benefit from the haste, cards that generate value outside of simply providing haste would be beneficial. Rhythm of the Wild would not only give our creatures haste, but would make it harder for opponents to counter the creatures and combos with the persist creatures in the deck by giving them +1/+1 counters. Temur Ascendancy is another decent option since we can draw cards even when our creatures don't benefit from haste and it synergizes with our Flicker and Undying/Persist effects. An infinite combo option would be Jeskai Ascendancy + Garth One-Eye + Any haster + Deadeye Navigator and even if we're not comboing, we can still generate value from each card individually. I personally feel that cards like Frantic Search and Careful Study are too good to not have in this type of deck, since a good majority of our cards benefit in some way from being in the graveyard or we have easy ways of getting them back. In tandem with this idea, I think that cards like Regrowth (even though Garth One-Eye already has a Regrowth) and Eternal Witness are musts, especially since Eternal Witness generates value with the Flicker effects and other revive effects in the deck. An honorable mention that didn't quite make it into my comment but could be effective is Spark Double since it would allow us to have multiple versions of legendary creatures if we so chose, 2 Muldrotha's could lead to quite the turn! Unfortunately, however, Commander has a deck maximum, which means that cards must be let go to make room for all the new fun stuff we want to play with. For this deck I suggest cutting Diamond Lion, Thespian Stage, Dark Depths, Kroxa, Titan of Death's Hunger, Arixmethes, Slumbering Isle, Kitchen Finks, Desperate Ravings, Nim Deathmantle, Harrow, Magus of the Will, Gaea's Will, Scapeshift, Chronozoa, Raving Visionary, Thought Courier, Dissolve, possibly Twilight Shepherd, possibly Rampant Growth, possibly Seize the Spoilsand possibly, Purphoros, God of the Forge. At the end of the day, this deck is yours and you should play it and build it in the way that best suits you! Have fun gayming!

    Slashdance on A Thunder of Dragons

    2 weeks ago

    Removed: Minsc & Boo, Timeless Heroes, Blades of Velis Vel, and Volatile Claws

    Too gimmicky and hard to use, and we really needed to the following cards to make the deck that much more vicious!

    Added: Mage Slayer, Rhythm of the Wild, and Stalking Vengeance

    TypicalTimmy on I have Esix and Ganax …

    4 weeks ago

    This deck is absolutely bonkers. I just finished another playtest (not against any players; Just testing to find themes, synergies, combos, curves, etc) and ended Turn 7 with the following:

    Along with (according to the screenshot) 58 cards in hand.

    I "ended" the turn when I ran out of mana, lolol

    TypicalTimmy on Commander Legends: Battle for Baldur's …

    4 weeks ago

    I just finished making the skeleton of a deck for Miirym, Sentinel Wyrm and playtested it. Created 96 treasure tokens in a single turn because I had out Parallel Lives with my Commander. Ended up getting Miirym to be an 8/8 thanks to Jade Orb of Dragonkind and Rhythm of the Wild. A few turns later, I dropped Old Gnawbone who got me not only the one token from Miirym, but the second from Parallel Lives. Since Miirym makes the token non-Legendary, State Based Actions do not apply to the token Parallel Lives creates. Old Gnawbone was also an 8/8 thanks to Jade Orb of Dragonkind but I decided to give him Haste rather than the +1/+1 counter from Rhythm of the Wild.

    When I attacked with Miirym, as well as Old Gnawbone, I created 16 treasure tokens upon combat damage. Or, at least, I would have.

    For you see, I had THREE Old Gnawbone in play. So that 16 quickly became 48. Then, Parallel Lives kicked in and doubled it to 96.

    Ended up playing an enormous swath of my deck immediately afterwards because of Garruk's Uprising. Every single Dragon I cast, which were unable to be countered thanks to Rhythm of the Wild, ETB and drew me three cards - Once for the creature and two more for the tokens created by Miirym, Sentinel Wyrm and Parallel Lives.

    Eventually I got even more draw online, with Kindred Discovery as well as Temur Ascendancy.

    Ended up closing out the game with copious amounts of choice ETB damage effects, such as Purphoros, God of the Forge and Dragon Tempest.

    That would have been a Turn 8 win.


    And that, my friends, is how a Timmy plays Magic >:3



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