Tree of Redemption

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy 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
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Tree of Redemption

Creature — Plant

Defender

{T}: Exchange your life total with Tree of Redemption's toughness.

Asder on Card creation challenge

4 months ago

Redeemed Sapling

Creature - Plant

Defender

When Perditous Sapling enters the battlefield, your life total becomes equal to the greatest life among your opponents.

: Transform Perditous Sapling. Activate only if you have the lowest life total.

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Perditous Sapling

() Creature - Tree

When this creature transforms into Perditous Sapling, each opponents life total becomes equal to the lowest life total among them.

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Tree of Perdition and Tree of Redemption pet cards of mine so I jumped at a chance to make an homage to them.

Create red card that interacts with enchantments. Keep in mind that this is something outside of reds colour pie. The only card I'm aware of that does it is Enchanter's Bane.

jdogz32 on The Ring Tempts You With Toughness Matters (LOTR)

8 months ago

I'd diversify by adding cards like Assault Formation and Tree of Redemption or Tree of Perdition. I run a similar deck based around toughness and I have 8 copies of cards that change the way creatures interact with power and toughness with some draw and I still struggle some games. Some other good cards for you would be Tower Defense and Huatli, the Sun's Heart hope this helps.

H1v3l0rd on Life Swap Shenanigans!

1 year ago

Sanguine Bond is half of an instant win combo with Exquisite Blood but also Vito, Thorn of the Dusk Rose and Defiant Bloodlord do the same thing as Sanguine Bond. They're easier to remove, since they're creatures, but multiple instances will proc the effect more often. Consider also Tree of Perdition and Triskaidekaphobia for a laugh, or Tree of Redemption as another source of life swapping. I wouldn't recommend building around it, but if you could play Ikra Shidiqi, the Usurper and somehow let the tree attack without defender, you could swing for something like 30 or 40 damage and immediately gain that much life back, so it's 40+13, then 53+13, then 66+13, and you're killing them with just some plant, some ordinary shrubbery from outside. That's such a niche combo, but if you swap someone's life to 13 that counts as them losing 27 life, so with Exquisite Blood, you would gain that much life as well. This also applies to things like Wound Reflection and my personal favorite best boy, Master of Cruelties

Jabberjaw46 on "Hagrid" Hans Eriksson

2 years ago

You can never forget about your Deathly Hallows!!

Magewright's Stone (Ressurection stone)

Whispersilk Cloak (invisibility cloak)

Sorcerer's Wand (elder wand)

And what about the whipping willow? Tree of Redemption? Or Hagrid's Opaline Unicorn? And what of Dobby's Goblin Game?

legendofa on None

2 years ago

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legendofa on None

2 years ago

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Botanical Gardens

Sprouting Phytohydra , Phytohydra , Tree of Redemption , Tree of Perdition , Doran, the Siege Tower

It's a toughness-based plant theme in . I could actually buy this one, if I like the art.

TheVectornaut on Can't touch this - please help

2 years ago

Garruk Relentless  Flip is definitely worth playing if you keep deathtouch in the deck. Otherwise, the planeswalkers in the side tend to favor the ramp approach.

Just in terms of competitive efficacy, my modern infect deck was the best deck I ever built (and remains the best pauper deck I own). When I was in middle school, I had a win rate against my friends of well over 90%. However, as you might imagine, that was not a fun experience for them. In fact, it was not a fun experience for me either, even if I told myself that it was. Sometimes the best decks aren't actually the best decks. I like decks that try to do something unique and interesting regardless of their power level. Finding that balance is tricky though and depends entirely on the priorities of your group. With that goal in mind, my mono-green defender deck Walled Garden Warfare would be my best and favorite creation. People might get salty losing to Ezuri, Renegade Leader , but people tend to laugh when they get hit in the face with a Tree of Redemption .

TheVectornaut on New hubs to be added

3 years ago

Just gonna throw in my support for defender/walls as a somewhat popular casual strategy across multiple formats. Overgrown Battlement , Assault Formation , High Alert , Vent Sentinel , Phenax, God of Deception , Doran, the Siege Tower , Arcades, the Strategist , Towering Titan , Perimeter Captain , Rolling Stones , Tree of Redemption , and Tree of Perdition are all cards I've tried to build around at some point or another in casual, modern, standard, or commander.

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