I'm building a budget Natural Order deck, so I'm looking for tutors that can find sorcerys in green and black, preferably that have CMC 3 or less. I hope you can help.

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    Natural Order is budget?
    – Hao Ye
    Mar 25, 2015 at 23:21
  • "Budget" natural order use some tutors and 2 Natural Orders to reduce the cost by a bit. Less Natural Orders.
    – BolasStone
    Mar 27, 2015 at 11:40

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The following cards in black and green will allow you to search your library for a sorcery, and possibly other cards:

I've highlighted the cards with converted mana cost 3 or less.

There are also black cards with Transmute, which allows you to pay {1}{B}{B} and discard that card to search for a card with the same CMC:

In addition, Demonic Consultation isn't exactly a tutor, but it does let you get a specific card out of your library into your hand, at the cost of exiling every card above it, and with a chance of exiling your whole library without finding it. Spoils of the Vault has a similar effect, except that you're guaranteed to find the card if it's in there, but you lose 1 life for each card exiled.

  • Spoils of the Vault, "only" one mana!
    – Cascabel
    Mar 26, 2015 at 0:55
  • @Jefromi But if you are really unlucky you can kill yourself with it, or if you misname a card :p
    – Lyrion
    Mar 26, 2015 at 8:46
  • +1 from me. You might mention that you used the advanced search features of the Gatherer to compile this list (teach the OP to fish).
    – Rainbolt
    Mar 26, 2015 at 13:13
  • @Rainbolt I considered it, but most of it was just looking at every card in the given colors with "search your library" in the text. I didn't know until after I compiled the list that every card would be of the "search your library for a card" variety.
    – murgatroid99
    Mar 26, 2015 at 15:14
  • Just for completeness' sake: There are a few more cards such as Beseech the Queen (just BBB!), Phyrexian Portal, Ring of Three Wishes and Maralen of the Mornsong that also work, although they are more situational and/or just plan worse.
    – Yuka
    Apr 1, 2015 at 19:31

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