Sandwurm Convergence

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Vintage Legal

Sandwurm Convergence


Creatures with flying can't attack you or planeswalkers you control.

At the beginning of your end step, create a 5/5 green Wurm creature token.

Hi_diddly_ho_neighbor on Belbe is watching you

11 hours ago

Statue is more about slowing your opponents down then the damage effect, but yeah if the damage was on upkeep that would be much better for Belbe. I think you could cut Sandwurm Convergence. It's expensive, slow, and you don't really need it as a finisher. The anti-air effect is nice, but unless you meta is super flyer heavy (and if that is the case, let me introduce you to Whiptongue Hydra), you have enough creatures with flying to protect yourself.

Hi_diddly_ho_neighbor on Altered Landscape (most fun EDH deck.. ever)

3 weeks ago

Profet93, Sandwurm Convergence doesn't make creature land tokens. They are just wurms, however, I can confirm that the anti-air clause is actually really strong. With that being said, since you are a lands deck PickleNutz, you could instead rely on cards like Constant Mists or Glacial Chasm to stay alive until you are ready to kill the table.

Have you seen any of the new cards from Brothers War? Awaken the Woods and Titania, Voice of Gaea  Meld + Argoth, Sanctum of Nature  Meld look like great fits for this deck.

Speaking of Titania, the O.G. Titania, Protector of Argoth and Zuran Orb combination works really will with Ashaya's "creatures are lands" clause.

The same can be said for Tireless Tracker and Scute Swarm

If you need another board wipe in mono-green, Ezuri's Predation is great.

Rude Awakening is a another Sylvan Awakening that lets you tap all your lands to cast all your spells while providing a way to untap them so you can still attack. Jolrael, Empress of Beasts is the O.G. of this effect. She is an interesting consideration since you can hold an opponent at ransom with her ability. I had an old commander deck built around her where I routinely thwarted board wipes by threatening to animate peoples lands in response.

You also have huge creatures so Rishkar's Expertise and Garruk's Uprising could bolster your card draw package.

Awesome deck! +1 from me

AstroAA on Bant enchantmentz

4 weeks ago

From here, most of my suggestions are towards just making your deck more efficient and better equipped to deal with potential threats.

Yeah, as shadow63 said, you don't have nearly enough ramp. Personally, I would cut Ormos, Archive Keeper, Nyxbloom Ancient, Dragonlord Dromoka, and Avacyn, Angel of Hope right off the bat and replace them with the likes of Birds of Paradise, Elvish Mystic, Noble Hierarch, and maybe even Sylvan Caryatid. If you wanted to keep a similar effect to Dragonlord Dromoka, I'd advise running Grand Abolisher instead as it's much cheaper CMC-wise.

In addition, I'd completely redo your mana base. I'd recommend things like Command Tower, Mana Confluence, City of Brass, Reflecting Pool, the three shocklands in bant colors, and at least the three fetch lands in bant colors. These would make your deck much more consistent. I'd also work to add in more spot removal like Swords to Plowshares, Path to Exile, Generous Gift, and Beast Within.

You can also cut stuff like Decree of Silence for cheaper yet similar options. Glen Elendra Archmage is a good and cheaper alternative that does something kind of similar. For Force Bubble you could potentially get away with running Elephant Grass instead. Instead of Sandwurm Convergence you could run something like Norn's Annex. Instead of Open the Vaults you can run Replenish.

DaigarStrasis on I Got Wurms

3 months ago

Forgot about Sandwurm Convergence so thanks!

Gibsby on I Got Wurms

3 months ago

I was gonna build a budget version of them as well. Have you given any thought to Arachnoform, Runed Stalactite and Amorphous Axe? I was going to run Maskwood as well. Sandwurm Convergence and Unnatural Growth are also pretty good.

ReticleMouse on Grothama's Ruin

3 months ago

This deck is awesome, plain, and simple. the plan is simple (like all green decks should be) and powerful when executed, you have backups and alternate strategies for if your main fails and you have a decent amount of answers to your opponent's threats. EXCEPT for the one that matters most in my opinion.

I can't tell you how many times I have lost in my own Mono Green Deck simply because my opponent flies over me earlier than I can get my plan going.. for that reason, I think cards like Gravity Well are a must. it's cheap, and can be absolutely damaging to your opponent should they be relying on flyers to win the game. Sure they won't be able to fight Grothama, All-Devouring but you don't need them to win the game so, I think it's worth it.

I would also consider adding Sandwurm Convergence since you can still generate large amounts of mana easily enough. Katabatic Winds is another option but personally I think its to unreliable.

DreadKhan on green machine

7 months ago

Elves of Deep Shadow are a bit more money than Elvish Mystic, but give you access to Black mana instead, if you're concerned your ramp is mostly in Green.

Vs flying heavy metas, I do like Spidersilk Armor, but I also like Silklash Spider and Squallmonger as repeated answers to as many flyers as they have. I also run Sandwurm Convergence, and am back and forth on Katabatic Winds, which is much less mana but is a Reserved List card, the makers of Magic have 'promised' way back they wouldn't reprint any Reserved List cards (they stopped putting cards on the Reserved List in 1999 IIRC). I haven't fit Winds in anywhere yet, but it's a strong enough effect to look at. If you like the effect, I'd buy it sooner rather than later, it's price could 'spike' hard at any time, because there are so few copies of it that were printed compared to any Modern playable cards. Most Reserved List cards aren't super-good, but the odd effect was underpriced enough to be playable.

Still, Dreadlord is pretty neat, and if you can hit 7 mana it's a pretty good wipe to have around. I think that's a stronger card than Findbroker, which feels really bad when you have no synergy pieces out.

LBOfFlesh on Selvala, Heart of the Wilds BIG GREEN MANA

8 months ago

Sandwurm Convergence That is a great way to deal with flyers and sac decks simultaneously.

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