Wrenn and Seven

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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
Penny Dreadful Legal
Pioneer Legal
Pre-release Legal
Standard Legal
Vintage Legal

Wrenn and Seven

Legendary Planeswalker — Wrenn

+1: Reveal the top four cards of your library. Put all land cards revealed this way into your hand and the rest into your graveyard.

0: Put any number of land cards from your hand onto the battlefield tapped.

-3: Create a green Treefolk creature token with reach and "This creature's power and toughness are each equal to the number of lands you control."

-8: Return all permanent cards from your graveyard to your hand. You get an emblem with "You have no maximum hand size."

IHATENAMES on Rampy Boi

1 month ago

Matca Rioters is land types. So at most a 55. Land types like mountain plains forest ect. I'd cut it.

I'd run cantrips like Elvish Visionary or ramp pay off like Wrenn and Seven or Ezuri, Renegade Leader perhaps a way to get more lands quicker. Like wood elves. There are other potential Boundless Realms effects but most require big changes to the deck essentially going towards amulet titan a modern archetype already in place. I'd maybe use them as reference but you can do something different if you want.

Catpocolypse on The Island Awakened

1 month ago

Profet93 Shorter reply just because I don't think a reply the length of my prior ones is necessary here.

Song of the Dryads isn't a replacement for Beast Within imo, but a situation where I run both of them, I'm just not sure what to cut fit Song of the Dryads.

The PWs are not a staple part of the list, in fact they were cards that I spotted in at the very beginning and have been just good enough to avoid getting cut. Not anymore however, as cutting Wrenn and Seven for Abundance instead of cutting World Shaper. Thoughts?

That being said, there's really not a viable reason to run Doubling Season over Parallel Lives, especially when the main reason for the effect is the tokens, not the counters.

Angel of Jubilation: I didn't realize it cut off fetches, but it's also not a card that is ever going to pop up in my playgroup.

Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx is a card I had in the original concept of the deck, but got cut later as it didn't fit the sac/recursion theme I was building around, especially with the elemental tokens, or any other tokens for that matter, not counting towards the devotion as they don't have green pips.

Profet93 on The Island Awakened

1 month ago

Catpocolypse

I agree with all except world shaper. Worldshaper is redundancy, I feel the redundancy might be worth more than the 2 synergies abundance provides (cultivator and sylvan). If you feel you have enough redundancy in that area, then swap them out. I say it never hurts to test.

Surprised you pulled the trigger on Yavimaya Hollow, but I am confident it will help you out of a jam or 2. Don't forget, politics (assuming your meta does that).

I believe the reason TheoryCrafter mentioned the Angel is due to it's ability to shut off your fetchlands. That being said, meta dependent. Although I agree, having more more removal might be beneficial. For me, I've always loved Song of the Dryads as it is permanent removal. Extra points if you or someone else has a strip mine to respond to their enchantment removal. Even better against mono black and red decks with little to no enchantment removal and even more fun on their commander, especially commander centric decks. Although it does ramp and you already have kenrith's, it might be worth considering should you feel you need more removal.

Doubling Season > Parallel Lives - Unless I'm misunderstanding how doubling season and parallel are worded, but doubling season would allow you to ult 2 of your PW on the turn they come down, all for just 1 more mana. Does having 3 PW's justify purchasing an expensive card that costs 1 more mana, I'm unsure but wanted to bring it to your attention.

Truth be told, I think you should consider potentially cutting Nissa, Worldwaker and Wrenn and Seven. Nissa +1 is okay synergy, her other +1 is better in decks that have cradle (I know you have the enchantment one) or Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx. A PW's ult should not be the reason for consideration. Wrenn and Seven +1 doesn't put lands in the grave, just "Ramps" you after it's 0. It's -3 is okay. How have your experience been with PW's? I do enjoy Nissa, Who Shakes the World as her static ability is very powerful in this deck, allows you to mitigate tempo loss (if not ramp late game) and it's +1 is relevant while her ult is similar to the other Nissa.

immakinganezehaldeck on 4c Pile / Bant Loam

2 months ago

IN - Crucible of Worlds - Why wasn't this included the first time??? - Orcale of Mul Daya - Exploration effect, and playing with the top revealed helps thrasios. - Wrenn and Seven - Helps w/ Lands - Nissa of Shadowed Boughs - Untaps slow fetches as a plus ability + graveyard reuse. - Pact of Negation - Needed another counter, plus no downside if winning

OUT - Cultivate - Whiffs 100% of the time as there are no basic lands in this deck. - Parcelbeast - Expensive effect that exists in the command zone with Thrasios.

Thoughts

In a later edit i'd like to get rid of Nine Lives + Solemnity combo. It is nice but I'd hate to die cuz of an enchantment getting sniped. Solemnity is a combo with Dark Depths, but a non-bo with Aetherflux Marvel. Probably better overall to remove that combo in favor of some other proactive plan.

TheOfficialCreator on Elementaland

3 months ago

Tireless Provisioner is a backup Lotus Cobra.

The Mending of Dominaria, Wrenn and Seven, Cultivator Colossus, and Wrenn and Six are all really good at doing what Splendid Reclamation does. Wouldn't recommend running all of them though.

And once the new set comes out, Titania is going to be a blast.

KBK7101 on Favorite pulls you've had

3 months ago

plakjekaas I have a similar story about that card! My brother got me the DOM Chandra Planeswalker deck for my birthday a few years ago. I joking said "Wouldn't it be crazy if one of the packs from this deck had Teferi, Hero of Dominaria?"... and it did! lol

The times I opened a foil, borderless Wrenn and Seven after again saying "Wouldn't it be crazy if...", the Amonkhet Invocation of Shatterstorm because Invocations are SO COOL and when I got a random three-pack of MH1 from Amazon that had Wrenn and Six, Fiery Islet and some other random sliver or something.

(Slightly off-topic, but I think my actual favorite pulls are from Flesh and Blood. My first two boxes of Uprising got me 2x rainbow foil Crown of Providence AND a cold foil one!)

fuster on Mana flooding is a good thing?!?! (PRIMER)

3 months ago

VexxyPooh Wrenn and Seven does seem interesting; but at 5 mana, it feels hard to justify cutting anything from the deck in order to open up a slot for her. I would obviously have to prioritize playing my commander over her at 5 mana, and it would increase my deck's average CMC. If she was costed at 4 or lower, I think she could be worth it, but not as much at 5.

I'm also not a fan of her +1 putting nonlands in the graveyard, since I don't have that many ways to recur cards from my graveyard in this deck.

NotSquishedYet on Viga-BOOM! (Phyrexia update)

4 months ago

Eh, I feel like Cavalier of Thorns is very little value for 5 mana compared to what a lot of cards in this deck can do with a lot less. It might be better than The Gitrog Monster but what I liked about Silverback Elder was that with creatures it is a fairly powerful land-fetching engine, and it can be used to delete Blood Moon. Long shot because I wasn't sure how often you actually play multiple creatures, especially at a point which would be after you can get a 5-drop on the field. I'm not surprised if triggering on creature casts is a dealbreaker.

I just looked through a few other options like Silverback Elder and Cavalier of Thorns, considered basic search land to battlefield sorceries, felt they didn't measure up against Scapeshift, and landed on Wrenn and Seven. I don't like that he isn't searchable or that it takes two turns to really get a lot of value out of him, but I think he offers more to the deck than Cavalier of Thorns. I could be totally wrong.

As another long shot... Chance for Glory?

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