Seasons Past

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

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Set Rarity
Shadows over Innistrad (SOI) Mythic Rare

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Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Heirloom Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Pioneer Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Seasons Past occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.03%

Green: 0.14%

Seasons Past Discussion

RNR_Gaming on Scytec's Tasigur [FHD] (Fish-Hulk Druid)

2 weeks ago

Guess I should of given more recommendations; so you're right the mantle is dead without priest. However, there are a few cards that offer a bit of redundancy making it much more worthwhile.

Karametra's Acolyte

Elvish Archdruid

Marwyn, the Nurturer *with 4+ power

Wirewood Channeler

Viridian Joiner *after 1 activation

Bloom Tender *this one is still way out of budget but definitely works

Additionally, if you end up adding more of an elf package Leyline of Abundance is some epic tech that I've greatly enjoyed.

I was unaware that Dramatic Scepter had gone up that much it use to be like 5 dollars; I saw the 710-780 price tag on the deck and thought that it would be fine; but if it's not within the limitations that's understandable.

So, without the scepter the ceiling for Dramatic Reversal becomes much lower; now that there's no inevitable combo. However, I wouldn't say its actively bad. Decks like selvala and urza use cards like this in a pinch as a ritual; (not saying this is optimal but it's an applocation) though netting a positive requires you to already be relatively established on board but getting off a few extra tasigur activations in a turn could warrant some play testing at least.

Typically, Seasons Past is played in conjunction with cards like Wilderness Reclamation and Seedborn Muse to be able to interact on the following turns after recurring all the value. they're relatively budget right now and can definitely help in grinder games.

Lastly, Freed from the Reel is kinda a popular way to net infinite mana in pauper edh with Arbor Elf and Wild Growth on an island. Though almost any land enchantment could be used too for redundancy like Utopia Sprawl.

RNR_Gaming on Scytec's Tasigur [FHD] (Fish-Hulk Druid)

2 weeks ago

I'm actually a fan of the Dramatic Reversal+Isochron Scepter package that was in the other deck; having a different line to win with cards that are good on their own is huge in cedh. I wouldn't cut it. Oh and Priest of Titania and Umbral Mantle have always been great in a deck with 6-8 elves so I'll recommend that again. Seasons Past also over performs but that's already an established cedh deck.

Spell_Slam on Arachnophobia Spider Tribal [Primer]

1 month ago

I have an Ishkanah, Grafwidow EDH deck and I an attribute many wins to Kindred Summons. Doubling your spiders at instant speed and then dropping coat of arms will steal many games. I think you could take out one of your overrun effects for it, since you have plenty of those.

Regrowth is a great way to reuse some of your mass card draw or one of your overrun effects, or a key creature you lost. I think it's too versatile not to run in every green deck (especially mono-green).

In the same vein, I have won a few games on the back of Seasons Past. The amount of card selection and card advantage this gets your is usually back-breaking.

SplendiferousPotato on Windgrace Landscaping Company, Inc.

1 month ago

Hey ThatGrimGuy!

To be honest, you'd probably be fine with a Seasons Past or a Regrowth type of effect. Wrenn and Six is just particularly groovy because of the recurring value and the synergy with fetch and cycling lands, but a Regrowth type of spell won't really put you too far behind.

Happy to answer more questions!

theguy419 on Windgrace Landscaping Company, Inc.

1 month ago

thank you so much for the +1! :D Dryad of the Ilysian Grove is an absolutely fantastic card and i would absolutely replace Wayward Swordtooth with him. He gives you the same land drop that wayward would but instead he also gives you a Prismatic Omen effect that lets you use your cabal coffers and if you add him in Dread Presence. Valakut, the Molten Pinnacle is a really sweet land package to have in a deck where you can copy it multiple times and have different omen type effects. Its one of my primary win conditions in my deck and with Squandered Resources and Splendid Reclamation I can make the triggers go infinite. One other card I've fallen in absolute love with and goes in every green deck as well is Seasons Past. That card is part of my infinite loop to keep getting stuff out of my graveyard and just shoot everyone to death. Ugin, the Spirit Dragon is a really good 8 mana card that can just ruin others game plans and can take over a game all on his own. He had won me so many games by dropping down and wiping a whole table and then just rolling up.

Cards I'm not that big on I see you running are: Burgeoning-it's super good turn one, but starts becoming way worse with every turn that goes by. By turn 5-6 if i peel that off the top i'm really not happy to see it.

Multani, Yavimaya's Avatar- You have so many other win conditions in your deck that although is really cool as a recursive threat, you have so many other win conditions so it ends up being pretty lackluster compared to the others.

Exsanguinate or Torment of Hailfire- I would honestly go with one or the other. It starts to crowd up too many slots in your deck having too many of the same card that does essentially the same thing in your deck. Torment is more big dick energy for the win, but either is fine honestly.

Nissa, Vastwood Seer  Flip- Just as you stated above. She on paper is super cool, but she just ends up not really pulling her weight in practice. I use to run her and she became a cut in my deck very quickly.

Honestly, your deck is a great casual deck already the way you have it. I built mine just to deal with competitive and it has TONS of hate pieces and removal to grind out games. So my version is not something I tend to pull out for fun games and tends to be locked in its box until people wanna play competitive.

Paeldroth on Chunky Omnath Soup

2 months ago

Dropped a deuce on some power. Bringing in Worldly Tutor, Green Sun's Zenith, Flamekin Harbinger, Panharmonicon, Skyshroud Claim, Brighthearth Banneret, Rite of Replication, Deadeye Navigator and Seasons Past as soon as they arrive. Will have to go through and reconstruct this deck when I do, since a lot of basic changes will need to be made. I'm excited!

[email protected]_only on Most underrated commander of all time

2 months ago

edit: just realized that you had Otherworld Atlas, I just missed it. Seasons Past?

Jungle Wayfinder, Ghirapur Orrery, and Weird Harvest aslo fit the aforementioned "helping" theme, and Sage of Ancient Lore  Flip acts as an anti-control card that doubles as a backup general.

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