Shared Summons

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander 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
Penny Dreadful Legal
Pioneer Legal
Vintage Legal

Shared Summons

Instant

Search your library for up to two creature cards with different names, reveal them, put them into your hand, then shuffle your library.

Icaruskid on Azusa, Lost but Seeking Cthulu [Primer]

4 days ago

Thank you Profet93!

Fierce Empath replaces Time of Need. I like the early blocker and the classic synergy with Woodland Bellower.

Seek the Horizon replaces Kodama's Reach. Three lands per card is better than two.

Gaea's Cradle and Itlimoc, Cradle of the Sun are pretty good here. But this deck goes tall with a few creatures rather than wide as you said about Eldrazi Monument. Even though I have the card and there is no budget technically, I can play this deck in more pods when not running the more competitive card that is not at its best here anyway. Leaving it out for now but mostly because I want to play this deck as often as I can.

I'm keeping Shared Summons in for now as well because I like the cast triggers of Kozilek and Ulamog which are my most tutored Eldrazi. I'll try to find a spot for Tooth and Nail too as it helps with velocity even if I don't get the cast trigger.

Harrow and Springbloom Druid effectively give Azusa extra lands, just from the graveyard. They help with consistency when I don't hit Lotus Vale, Lotus Field, or the fetch lands and help justify Ramunap Excavator, Crucible of Worlds, and Perennial Behemoth. Speaking of, Perennial Behemoth's unearth ability is handy when Eldrazi Monument is out and even when I don't have it on the battlefield there are usually some other fodder like Tireless Tracker, Springbloom Druid, or Ramunap Excavator to buy three or more turns of indestructible flying Eldrazi which make the monument more than just a flavor win. If I cut the monument I would still need some protection from boardwipes in that spot. This is why Planar Bridge is so useful as I can grab Eldrazi Monument or Akroma's Memorial to get damage through. And using Planar Bridge to get Mana Reflection is also a near game winning play too. These cards are imperfect but they are hard to replace with single cards. Like Heroic Intervention or Asceticism or even Wrap in Vigor don't give multiple turns of indestructibility and evasion (flying).

I hear you on Desolation Twin. It does do work after a boardwipe though and I don't want to diminish organic threat density too much. Maybe this is where Tooth and Nail belongs. I'll try it out.

I really appreciate your ideas!!

Spells on Azusa, Lost but Seeking Cthulu [Primer]

2 weeks ago

First of all, welcome to the Azusa TappedOut community. :) We’re a small, but mighty bunch.

I see that Profet93 has already beaten me to the comments section! I would wholeheartedly back up everything he already suggested. You have a really cool build here - very heavy on the big Eldrazi, and lighter on the Landfall cards that most Azusa decks steer toward, which makes your list more unique.

If I may make a couple of additional suggestions:

  • I’ve found Mind's Eye to be a little slow, and I personally think Memory Jar is a better choice. It’s more explosive and one mana cheaper.

  • In a deck like this, Genesis Wave can absolutely crush your opponents. As you know, Azusa has no trouble making massive amounts of mana, so casting G-wave where X is 10+ isn’t a big ask.

  • Tooth and Nail is a total slam-dunk. Pay 9 mana, go get your two most favorite Eldrazi and put them on the battlefield. I’d play it over Shared Summons.

  • I know Profit already suggested this, but Field of the Dead is an army in a can. I’ve won so many games with this card, and it pairs very well with your existing strategy of playing fetches from the graveyard.

  • Personally, I’m a big fan of Ancient Greenwarden. It’s another lands from the graveyard effect that doubles your Landfall triggers and is easily tutored for.

  • Concordant Crossroads is a wicked haste-enabler that works for your opponents as well, but if you don’t like your Eldrazi sitting around for a turn, this would be my go-to option. Also, Lightning Greaves.

  • I’m sure I don’t need to tell you this, but Scute Swarm is such a busted card. You may not want to include this being that you’re going for Eldrazi over Landfall, but if you find yourself needing an extra wincon, Scute Swarm is absolutely capable of stealing games.

  • Dryad Arbor can be fetched, and also counts towards your creature count if you decide to include Gaea's Cradle.

That’s all I’ve got for now, but feel free to check out my Azusa build if you want some food for thought! Again, I think you’re off to a strong start with your list.

seshiro_of_the_orochi on Her Royal Fluffness

3 months ago

Profet93:

Elder vs. Wall: Your reasoning makes perfect sense.

Seedborn Muse: Looking at my cardtypes, I realize I indeed only have five instants. Also, I have two activated abilities needing mana. So basically muse mostly gives me vigilance. Then again, Yeva, Nature's Herald is tutorable with Shared Summons. And vigilance isn't bad, either. I'll think about it. I might just add another land for it.

Btw, the snowlands are in here because I had them. Nothing special to see here.

Nylea's Intervention: Flyers are always a problem when they appear in masses, especially in when playing a green deck. It's basically redundancy for Whiptongue while occasionally getting a Reliquary Tower.

Castle: Another surprisingly cheap card. Will remember it on my next shopping trip ;)

Fall: Fine card, not sure if I need it. I'll put it into the maybe board for now.

legendofa on augment/mutate commander deck

3 months ago

You can link decks with

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for shouldnt have to be an un deck or

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for



For non-creature cards (and non-mutate/augment creatures), Congregation at Dawn and Fauna Shaman let you find cards from your deck, Undertaker is a pet card of mine that lets you pull from your graveyard, Primal Command does everything, and Shared Summons is a double tutor. All of these will help assemble the right creature for the job. What are you looking for in your noncreature spells?

As far as mana goes, look for five-color lands like City of Brass or Mana Confluence.

DemonDragonJ on All Creatures Great and Small

4 months ago

I have replaced Shared Summons and Vizier of the Menagerie with Circle of Dreams Druid and King Darien XLVIII, which decreased the average converted mana cost of this deck from 3.77 to 3.66, because, as great as the former cards were, I feel that this deck does not contains a sufficient number of creatures to justify their inclusion, despite the deck being heavily focused on creatures.

DemonDragonJ on Nature's Bounty

4 months ago

I have replaced Shared Summons with Rocco, Cabaretti Caterer, which decreased this deck's average converted mana cost from 4.23 to 4.19, because, as awesome as Shared Summons is, I really wanted to put Rocco in at least one of my decks, and I believe that he is a more efficient usage of mana.

seshiro_of_the_orochi on Most underrated commander of all time

6 months ago

Might I suggest Shared Summons? It's a powerful creature tutor and is even hand positive. Also, as you're already considering Grothama, how about Nessian Boar and Treeshaker Chimera?

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