Seasons Past

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Legality

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

Seasons Past

Sorcery

Return any number of cards with different converted mana costs from your graveyard to your hand. Put Seasons Past on the bottom of its owner's library

BioProfDude on BG Past

5 months ago

I get that you're trying to build around Seasons Past, but I really don't see any cohesiveness to the deck. There are so many singletons that I think the consistency of the deck must be quite low, including the namesake card, with only 3 tutors to find the card. I think this deck will be very inconsistent. I mean, it might be a blast to play because every game will be different because of the large card variation, but I'm not sure of the win condition (beatdown with creatures? but there aren't very many?).

Could you explain a bit more-- perhaps I'm missing something obvious? You have a lot of cool cards in the deck, but I'm not sure how they're all supposed to function together outside of some hand control (Thoughtseize, Go Blank, etc...).

seshiro_of_the_orochi on Deck building Help

5 months ago

Seasons Past would've been my suggestion, as well. Jodah seems a fine commander.

You could go for a BIG MANA SORCERY theme with some of the Ultimatums that don't exile themselves on resolution, Apex of Power and Double Vision. Maelstrom Nexus and Maelstrom Archangel would be pretty busted in there, as well. Eerie Ultimatum would be especiall especially nasty when combined with Fraying Omnipotence

Solve the Equation is indeed awesome for that, but Diabolic Tutor, Dark Petition, Mastermind's Acquisition and especially Final Parting are powerful tutors that don't cost much.

multimedia on Deck building Help

5 months ago

With Jodah, Demonic Tutor or Solve the Equation or Conflux + Seasons Past. Equation and Conflux are budget tutor options. The tutor keeps tutoring for Past, Past then recurs the tutor and Fraying as well as other cards you discarded because of Fraying.

I use this combo in my Jodah Dragons deck not with Fraying, but for Dragonstorm to assemble Dragon combos and Klauth, Unrivaled Ancient makes the mana.

multimedia on Reign of Fire

7 months ago

Hey, good version on a low budget and nice Gnawbone + Charger combo. If you're making 729 mana then get a Comet Storm in here!

Unnatural Growth can repeatedly at combat, before you attack, double the power/toughness of Klauth and all other Dragons you control. This effect can make a ton more mana, make your Dragon army much more dangerous and 8/8 Klauth is much more difficult for an opponent to favorably block. Dragon's Hoard is an upgrade for a ramp source since it has interaction with Dragons to be repeatable draw.

Anger is a good card and a wanted effect especially when you can get it for paying no mana. You don't want to ever cast Anger though instead you want to discard it or get into your graveyard other ways. Currently there's no way here to discard Anger unless you have 8 or more cards at your Cleanup step. Consider adding some loot that can discard Anger?

By adding loot you also add more draw and two of these spells also create ramp from treasures. Anger is the only haste enabler here and that effect is wanted more with Dragons especially Gnawbone. Consider more haste enablers?


Some Dragon tutors can help to cast your powerful Dragons when you have the mana from Klauth. Consider some Dragon tutors?

Loot goes with any card recursion and green is excellent at it. Consider some card recursion?

Currently there's no card recursion here and that's a strength of green which other colors don't have as much access too. You're stuff is going to die in a game of Commander and being able to get it back is helpful especially when you can make a lot of mana. Seasons Past is a way to use a lot of mana to recur cards and cast all of them. Past is great with Rishkar's Expertise and Return of the Wildspeaker to draw lots of cards.


Some cards to consider cutting are some of the lesser Dragons since there's several Dragons here that are miles ahead in power. By adding draw and tutors in place of some of the lesser Dragons then you have more chances to draw the better Dragons or get them directly into your hand.

  • Decree of Savagery
  • Neverwinter Hydra
  • Taurean Mauler
  • Skyship Stalker
  • Demanding Dragon
  • Hoard-Smelter Dragon
  • Shivan Hellkite
  • Dragon Throne of Tarkir
  • Bogardan Hellkite
  • Commander's Sphere
  • 1x Forest

Mana created by Klauth can't be used to pay for activation costs, even if that mana is turned into colorless by Horizon Stone it still has the restriction of only being able to be used to cast spells. Because of this Dragons who the reason you're playing them is because they have an activated ability are less good then ones who give you value when they ETB or attack.

Good luck with your deck.

griffstick on Phoenix Deck color and commander

8 months ago

I know what you're saying. Green has lots of good card draw and finishers as well. Green has The Great Henge, Rishkar's Expertise, Seasons Past and many more great staples and many powerful cards. Green has Sylvan Library! Green is arguably the 1st best color. To exclude it based off of the reason it only has ramp to offer means you has not look hard enough at Green.

However. I agree that if it's ramp you are after there's plenty of ramp that's great outside of Green.

RNR_Gaming on Best deck?

9 months ago

You have pioneer tournments still? Last time I entered one was when the format just started it was like a local gpt or maybe a game day got secound with a Seasons Past deck - first place was also playing Seasons Past

multimedia on Tiamight

9 months ago

Hey, nice version, solid deck building on a budget. Looks like you got the Draconic Rage Commander precon and upgraded it to Tiamat?

Some budget Dragon upgrades to consider:

Savage Ventmaw + Hellkite Charger is a budget way with Dragons to have many extra attacks. When each of these Dragons attacks both trigger at the same time and you can choose the order these triggers resolve. First resolve Ventmaw to make six mana then resolve Charger and use the six mana + one other mana to pay for an extra attack and repeat. These two let you have a number of extra attacks equal to the amount of mana you have which can be a lot of attacks. Add Dragonborn Champion to draw a lot of cards.


Some budget other spell upgrades to consider:

Crux of Fate is a very powerful for Dragons in multiplayer Commander since it can wreck all your opponents creatures leaving you unscathed to attack. Temur Ascendancy has two repeatable effects that are great with Dragons: a haste enabler and repeatable draw whenever a Dragon ETB. Patriarch's Bidding is a powerful budget tribal card since it reanimates all Dragons in your graveyard for five mana. Seasons Past is any card recursion which you don't have any. Use Seasons Past with Klauth, Unrivaled Ancient to potentially cast all the cards you got back.


Some other upgrades to consider:

Tyrite Sanctum can be a repeatable way to put a +1/+1 counter on a legendary creature you control. Use Tyrite with Vrondiss, Rage of Ancients to first make him a God and then make him indestructible for unlimited enrage.

Good luck with your deck.

multimedia on Klauth Dragons

10 months ago

Hey, well done so far with your version of Klauth.

You have Old Gnawbone, by adding Hellkite Charger then you have an infinite attacks combo that with Klauth can be infinite mana of any colors. Charger could replace Demanding Dragon. I'm a big fan of including green's excellent recursion. Cards that can recur any one card from your graveyard are helpful.

Seasons Past is nice with Klauth's ability along with other Dragons to make a lot of mana to cast the cards you recur. Past and Witness could replace Shamanic Revelation and Explosive Vegetation.

Good luck with your deck.

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