The Mending of Dominaria

The Mending of Dominaria

Enchantment — Saga

(As this Saga enters and after your draw step, add a lore counter. Sacrifice after III.)

, — Put the top two cards of your library into your graveyard, then you may return a creature card from your graveyard to your hand.

— Return all land cards from your graveyard to the battlefield, then shuffle your graveyard into your library.

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Set Rarity
Dominaria (DOM) Rare

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Format Legality
Leviathan Legal
Unformat Legal
Historic Legal
Pioneer Legal
Limited Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Casual Legal
Vintage Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Highlander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Arena Legal
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal

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The Mending of Dominaria Discussion

DeinoStinkus on Hold up... Doesn't having your …

1 month ago

Yes, The Mending of Dominaria really screwed things up. Post-Mending walkers like Chandra (especially Chandra) still have living family. Kytheon has people who knew him on Theros, Chandra's mother (Pia Nalaar) is still alive, and the Gruul still remember Beleren.

Overall, I believe Sorin, Nahiri, Nissa, Liliana, Ugin, Nicol Bolas, Karn, Teferi, and, well, Venser were all pre-Mending planeswalkers. They all have reasons for living longer than a normal lifetime. Teferi and Liliana have outside forces preventing their aging, and the rest are of particularly long-lived species.

DeinoStinkus on UGIN CAN'T BE TRUSTED!!!

2 months ago

There's also the fact that Ugin is the only colorless Elder Dragon. There is evidence to suggest he was still colorless before he died on Tarkir (see Crux of Fate). That is odd considering all of his brothers are shard-aligned. Perhaps his death allowed him to come into contact with the slumbering Eldrazi, and the Dead Ugin was much easier to manipulate than the Live Ugin. Or maybe Ugin has been controlled for longer than that. Emrakul wanted to be Imprisoned in the Moon, so why wouldn't she want to be trapped on Zendikar until something (aka The Mending of Dominaria) brought her planeswalker foes down a hundred notches.

JustDave_ on Lord Graceland

2 months ago

I did run The Mending of Dominaria for a while. It was actually one of my first upgrades. I cut it for Life from the Loam recently. Since removing it I haven't had enough games to determine if I need to put it back in or not. I can't even imagine what I'll need to cut when I finally get more of the cards on my Maybe list. It is always the hardest part making cuts I think.

KIRK77 on Lord Graceland

2 months ago

Yeah the Dark Depths is pretty fun but you do put yourself 2 lands down and become a big target. I keep forgetting how much the price on Cabal Coffers has spiraled. Most people are pretty cool with proxies as long as you own a real version and if it's a nice proxy and not a sticky note with the name scribbled on it, especially if it's to keep up with the power level of the table. On the other side if your deck is spiking above everyone else in power then people probably aren't going to be as ok with it. I like Seasons Past a lot. I've never seen it cast without it being incredible. Depending on what you're getting have you seen The Mending of Dominaria?

Also one more land that would be kinda funny would be Dryad Arbor, just for the Green Sun's Zenith on turn 1 since it's cmc is 0

Epicurus on Klothys Hates Your Lands

3 months ago

casual_competitive, just be prepared for some hurt feels ;) Although, it is a lot of fun to spring this baby on a poor, unsuspecting playgroup that's not ready for it.

tkjanacek, I originally had The Mending of Dominaria in the deck, but cut it because of the mana cost. In fact, there were a handful of other 5-drop spells that were cut for the same reason, and the deck has been a lot better since doing so. I'm killing my own lands regularly, so low CMC is important. By that same token, Keldon Firebombers might work well for multiplayer - and, to be fair, this deck is good, but not great, in multiplayer - but there's still that mana curve problem with it being a 5-drop. I'll think about it. However, Mwonvuli Acid-Moss somehow slipped under my radar. I'm sure that I must have considered it at some point, but I don't recall why I passed it up. I'll take a good, long look at my deck list and try to figure out why it's not in there.

tkjanacek on Klothys Hates Your Lands

3 months ago

This looks like a fun concept. I recommend Mwonvuli Acid-Moss, The Mending of Dominaria and Keldon Firebombers

Zetamie on Lost in my Deck (Multani EDH)

3 months ago

I had forgot The Mending of Dominaria and I was too busy being frustrated that there were no enchantment tutors in green I forgot cards like Commune with the Gods. Thank you, I guess I could cut down off of 60 land, 50 land should still be gimmickey enough for this deck to be silly, maybe 51 so I can say it is mostly land!

Epicurus on Lost in my Deck (Multani EDH)

3 months ago

I think that you could include these or other self-mill type spells, and possibly just cut some forests for them.

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