The World Tree

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Brawl 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
Pioneer Legal
Pre-release Legal
Standard Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

The World Tree


The World Tree enters the battlefield tapped.

: Gain .

As long as you control six or more lands, lands you control have ": Gain one mana of any colour."

, , Sacrifice The World Tree: Search your library for any number of God cards, put them onto the battlefield, then shuffle your library.

PlebKingX on Wurld Tweeee

4 weeks ago

Yes lol

World tree costs 10 colored mana to activate. the combo is we ramp out into Timeless Lotus or Jegantha, the Wellspring. we tap for 5 WUBRG mana then use one of our untappers (Kiora's Follower or Kiora, Behemoth Beckoner) to tap again for a total of 10 WUBRG mana. Activating The World Tree is almost always an instant win unless you get very unlucky and have too many gods in your hand.

The Purphoros, God of the Forge's will then enter the battlefield as creatures and before they legend rule themselves to death, they send a maximum of 28 triggers of 2 damage each to the dome. (thats 56 damage for my fellow smooth brains out there)

Malsorn on Break Me Off a Piece of That

3 months ago

Depending on how rules-heavy your group is, The World Tree technically isn't legal in this deck since it's got black in its color identity. Additionally, there's a lot of strictly better Explosive Vegetation options. Migration Path is the most obvious 'upgrade' there, sometimes in late-game you just don't need the ramp anymore.

Daevied on The Queen's Egg

4 months ago

Sadly i was looking for a tribal deck, and might be a bit more on the casual side, its just that i recently found out that you could play slivers on the edh version of Mtg Arena and while i was playing it i always felt that there were a lot more variety of slivers available on traditional edh that could make those cascades more interestings, so i was thinking of trying that. Like the idea of being able to play a Plated Sliver for it to then cascade a Wheel of Fate or any other suspend or pact card hehe.

So i was wondering how many creatures a deck like that should use, and if there were cards that fit the theme like Reflections of Littjara and Double Major, and stuff like that.

Anyway, what do you think about The World Tree for Sliver Overlord, i think it has a good ability for fixing mana color and its like a second Chromatic Lantern

Derreavus on Esika God Tribal

4 months ago

Thanks Housegheist for the suggestions, I took out Mimic Vat and Bane, Lord of Darkness because I can see how they wouldn't synergize well. I also made several other changes because there were cards I had originally wanted to add that I forgot about such as The World Tree and Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx. Also your deck did inspire some changes I didn't think of like Resurgent Belief and Idyllic Tutor. Thanks for the suggestions!

faustodemambo on The Ur-Dragon, quest for 100%

4 months ago


I have played around with Sneak Attack it’s a very cool card and can help but I ended up removing it for Monster Manual. I’m trying to let my dragons stick around so this is more on theme with the list. It might make it back in sometime but I’m not sure when.

Im currently not running cards like Dragonborn Looter and Scaled Nurturer as I’d rather be able to play big dragons. And they have anti synergy with cards like The Prismatic Bridge  Flip, Monster Manual and most of my etb draw triggers. In a different build I would play these cards but not in this one, they are definitely good cards tho. Im also not running any mana dorks for this reason.

I have also toyed around with Lozhan, Dragons' Legacy but her ability is sadly a cast trigger and I’m trying to cheat cards in play without casting them. Instead I ended up playing Purphoros, God of the Forge as he triggers on etb’s which has great synergy with all my token makers especially Ancient Gold Dragon as rolling a nat 20 can kill the entire table. It does less damage in some cases but it’s more consistent and it helps that its a god that can be found with The World Tree

For now I’m still playing Manaform Hellkite as the tokens she creates have haste and if my commander is out they generate extra card draw. Or she creates extra etb effects to Ping people to death with my ping bois. She is probably the next one to go tho.

As for the dragon count, I’m trying to keep it at a minimum of 30 dragons which is where I’m at right now. Which might sound a bit low but there are plenty of dragons that create dragon tokens. Right now I have Ancient Gold Dragon which creates on average 11 dragons per combat or over 20 if she has double strike. Dragon Broodmother, Lathliss, Dragon Queen, Manaform Hellkite, Miirym, Sentinel Wyrm and Utvara Hellkite. And ofcourse my reanimation stuff. I’m currently testing a few more dragons that might bumb me up to 31/32 but they have to be better than cards that are already in here which can be quite hard. But Dragonlord Atarka might be coming back soon as he has great synergy with the D20 dragons

The biggest problem is the 100 card limit as I also need to play some more protection spells. Heroic Intervention and Teferi's Protection as my playgroup is playing more board wipes. Counterspells can also be the way to go but I rather not play those as a personal preference

Cowmmunist on Rise and Shrine!

5 months ago

God-Eternal-Magic-Player thank you for the recommendations!

I personally find that Chromatic Orrery is a 7 cost artifact that doesn't really do too much for us. We have so many sources of draw and color fixing already, I'm not even sure what I would personally take out for the general gamelan of the deck.

I think that The World Tree is an awesome card but it enters tapped, I don't think the deck is in need of more color fixing, and there's only 3 gods in the deck that we have other tutors for.

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