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Altar of Bone
As an additional cost to play Altar of Bone, sacrifice a creature.
Search your library for a creature card, reveal that card, and put it into your hand. Then shuffle your library.
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Altar of Bone Discussion
3 months ago
Im counting 85 cards listed so far. Of this only 10 are lands and if you divert all open 15 slots to lands then youll sit at 25 lands which is not enough.
You are also missing mana rocks better suited to ramping like the Signets. Golgari Signet, Orzhov Signet, Selesnya Signet are a must. Druidic Satchel, commanders sphere, sarpadian empires, vol. vii are all cards Id consider cutting for the signets.
Also, Id consider adding Life and Limb and Terra Eternal. This will secure mana, and an indestructible army on the cheap. Mirari's Wake also will aid you in mana ramp and enhancing your creatures. Goes well with the above mentioned.Land Tax could help at the beginning and also at late game if Terra is destroyed and you lands are board wiped. There are plenty of grave recursion options to belting back lands if this is a worry.
Doubling Season is greatly needed for this deck.
Aura Shards is a must.
Craterhoof Behemoth is an amazing finisher for this deck.
There is a lot more Id do to this design but Ill stop here for now.
4 months ago
Hello, thanks for the upvote and comment on my deck! Imperial Seal is not required at all, your deck will still function excellently without one. In fact, I don't find myself playing my deck very often because of how linear it is. That's my biggest complaint about the deck actually, although it's a complicated combo, it always wins in the same way (usually starting with Protean Hulk). It's sort of like playing Ad Nauseam in Modern. Oh well.
Anyways, here's my suggestions for your next upgrades: Eternal Witness, Birthing Pod, Dance of the Dead (I like the enchantment reanimate spells because of the interaction with Leonin Relic-Warder), Life/Death, and maybe a Journey to Eternity Flip. If you get a Birthing Pod, Felidar Guardian becomes amazing, allowing you to turn any 3-drop into a 5-drop. Recruiter of the Guard is great at finding combo pieces and not too pricey. Altar of Bone and Eldritch Evolution are great ways to add consistency to your combo as well.
For cuts, I would suggest Will-o'-the-Wisp, Angel of Glory's Rise, and maybe Utopia Sprawl (looks like you sometimes won't have a forest when you want to cast this). I think Selvala and Yahenni are OK for now, but I like Caustic Caterpillar more than Qasali Pridemage. I also think some of the above suggestions are better than Breath of Life, Zombify and Reclaim.
One more thing, I like the idea of Entomb in this deck (yours and mine), mostly because having a Blood Artist in the 'yard is nearly always better than having it in the deck. I think I will add it to my list, so I appreciate that. I'll subscribe to your deck and try to keep up with any changes, and remember that my suggestions are just a quick takes and you always have the right idea for what will work best in your deck!
5 months ago
Suggested Add: Sphere of Safety, Seasons Past, Simic Charm, Wargate, Altar of Bone, Eladamri's Call, Selfless Spirit, Stifle, Pull from Tomorrow, Disallow, Blue Sun's Zenith, Nature's Lore, Oracle of Mul Daya, Citadel Siege, Teferi's Protection, Argothian Enchantress, Bruna, the Fading Light, Gisela, the Broken Blade, Archangel of Tithes, Umezawa's Jitte, Sword of the Animist, Misdirection, Wild Growth, Utopia Sprawl, Ramunap Excavator, Primeval Bounty
5 months ago
Eladamri's Call is a strictly better Altar of Bone. Time of Need is a great tutor for your legendary creatures. Gavony Township is also a great mana sink land card. If you need more card draw that is easier try for Sylvan Library. With your small but still useful life-gain from Selvala you can mitigate the life loss of the library with ease.
10 months ago
The reason half of the cards are banned is because you have the deck listed as the Modern format. Cards like Survival of the Fittest Altar of Bone and Captain Sisay have never been printed in a modern legal set, which is any from 8th edition on. It's also safer to check the gatherer and wizards websites to get accurate banned list info as tappedout is not accurate.
1 year ago
Alright, understandable. The way I look at any deck is I give myself a set number of cards for each type or what each card offers. So since you want Treefolk/fatty bootied plants, I'd go with... 25 "theme" cards. 35 lands is my go to which would put you at 60 cards with the rest being support/fill. Of those remaining 40 I'd go, 5 wipes 5 spot removal, 10 draw, 10 ramp, and 10 general support. Of course you can tweak those numbers however, but it's good to have a basis. Once you start doing that you might realize you're going total overkill on one category and swapping cards around isn't as hard as it was (sometimes it is harder though lol).
All that said, a rough list I'd go with is something like this (again this is your deck and by all means take this with a grain of salt and/or ignore it if you see fit):
- Doran, the Siege Tower
- Black Poplar Shaman
- Bosk Banneret
- Great Oak Guardian
- Heartwood Storyteller
- Indomitable Ancients
- Kalonian Twingrove
- Leaf-Crowned Elder
- Magnigoth Treefolk
- Oakgnarl Warrior
- Orchard Warden
- Reach of Branches
- Sapling of Colfenor
- Seedguide Ash
- Thorntooth Witch
- Timber Protector
- Tree of Perdition
- Tree of Redemption
- Treefolk Harbinger
- Ulvenwald Observer
- Unstoppable Ash
- Verdeloth the Ancient
- Woodfall Primus
Regardless of what you do with any/all of that, good luck and hope you enjoy playing your deck!