Thassa, Deep-Dwelling

Thassa, Deep-Dwelling

Legendary Enchantment Creature — God


As long as your devotion to blue is less than five, Thassa isn't a creature.

At the beginning of your end step, exile up to one other target creature you control, then return that card to the battlefield under your control.

[[symbol:3]: Tap another target creature.

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Format Legality
Vintage Legal
Pioneer Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Custom Legal
Leviathan Legal
Gladiator Legal
Arena Legal
Limited Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Brawl Legal
Historic Legal
Casual Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Unformat Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Standard Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Pre-release Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Oathbreaker Legal

Thassa, Deep-Dwelling occurrence in decks from the last year

Thassa, Deep-Dwelling Discussion

Osbert on Yasova Dragonclaw EDH

4 days ago

I would trade out Control Magic for Chamber of Manipulation which can turn any card in your hand into a control magic. It doesn't give it haste and it doesn't untap the creature so it isn't a Threaten effect but it essentially is 1 mana and a card to yank something.

Bazaar Trader is kind of a unique card that can let you keep a stolen creature after borrowing it by targetting yourself with the effect. This is cheeky just like a goblin should be :) Thassa, Deep-Dwelling performs similarly by blinking the creature and then returning it under your control.

Hexproof is going to be one of the bothers to this deck since it wants to constantly target your opponents creatures so maybe try Shadowspear to get around it.

Suggested cuts:

Rekindling Phoenix: This doesn't seem to add a lot to the deck and seems like an easy cut.

Savage Twister: maybe it's a meta call by you but this is a bad board wipe. If you need to shoot a lot of little things maybe consider a one sided wipe like Mizzium Mortars.

RambIe on Best Creatures to Copy?

1 week ago

I feel like Thassa, Deep-Dwelling would be the best card
not as the target of the copy but to trigger Riku of Two Reflections ability to copy at every end step
this would be good with almost anything that has an ETB trigger
getting two etb triggers every end step on cards like
Dockside Extortionist, Spellseeker, Palinchron, Agent of Treachery, Spark Double,Avenger of Zendikar,Imperial Recruiter,Reclamation Sage,Eternal Witness,Demanding Dragon
omg i could go on forever with this

Elasar99 on POV: You're God

2 weeks ago

Have you thought about trying Thassa, Deep-Dwelling? It could be a second Conjurer's Closetfor your deck, letting you keep the creatures that you've gain control permanently instead of until end of turn.

BlueStar220 on Yarok and a Hard Place

1 month ago

I would recommend maybe some of these creatures:
Brood Monitor, Caligo Skin-Witch, Duplicant, Entomber Exarch, Gilded Drake, Palinchron, Phyrexian Ingester, Rune-Scarred Demon, Selvala, Heart of the Wilds, Solemn Simulacrum, Terastodon, Thought-Knot Seer, Vendilion Clique, Venser, Shaper Savant,
As well as these cards that can help abuse ETB affects:
Deadeye Navigator, Followed Footsteps, Mirror Mockery, Rite of Replication, Strionic Resonator, Thassa, Deep-Dwelling,
If you want more suggestions, feel free to look at my deck:


Commander / EDH BlueStar220


Omniscience_is_life on Court of Grace, the best …

1 month ago

Peligrad I think it's important to count up just how many cards Court of Grace will draw you over the course of a game... let's imagine you get the Court by T4. Good start, not impossible by any means. Let's also say we choose to cast it over Solemn Simulacrum, Smothering Tithe, or Alms Collector--or even a three-drop like Burnished Hart, or Generous Gift. All that said, let's go with that we cast CoG on T4. We draw one card off it. Move to T5, people have likely stopped ramping (in a typical EDH game) and are now building value engines: such as Thassa, Deep-Dwelling and Mulldrifter. You are now drawing 1 (maybe) card to that players' 2, and you have a target on your back because of your flyers. T6, what's that? Austere Command, Bane of Progress, Cleansing Nova, Tranquility, Child of Alara, or Nevinyrral's Disk? Darn!

PolarPuffeen on Attack of the Clones

1 month ago

Super cool deck! I pulled a Sakashima in a draft and was thinking of partnering with Rehyan just for the colors too.

I think adding Thassa, Deep-Dwelling to the deck is a must. Allows you to bounce your clones so they re-enter targetting a new creature. A few flicker effects could go a long way in this deck. Helps easily transition from mid to late game.

You can take out some of your ramp sorceries and swap in creature ETB ramp like Solemn Simulacrum and Wood Elves. They are excellent targets for clones in the early game to set you miles ahead. Wood elves might not be as good as Cultivate, but being able to essentially cast it 3 times is huge.

It'll allow you to drop out Rampaging Brontodon super early, then flicker a few clones to get your army up and running.

ApexPredator109 on

1 month ago

Most of the good blink is in blue, like Brago, King Eternal, Yarok, the Desecrated, and Thassa, Deep-Dwelling, but white still has some good blink. If you want repeatable blinking, you can run Conjurer's Closet, Angel of Condemnation, or Galepowder Mage.

KorvoldMizzet on Sakashima, of a thousand faces …

2 months ago

Conjurer's Closet and Thassa, Deep-Dwelling are musts. I considered doing white+green for the second commander so I could carry cards to protect and recoup, like Eerie Interlude.

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