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Aspect of Hydra
Target creature gets +X/+X until end of turn, where X is your devotion to green.
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Aspect of Hydra Discussion
2 days ago
Is the Aspect of Hydra worth playing when you can target only about three of your creatures with it?
1 week ago
Heres my list of suggestions
Curve the deck to 60 cards
Strength of the Pack is way too expensive for a deck like this
Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx would be fairly good for dumping your hand due to the amount of devotion in the deck
Aspect of Hydra is bonkers in mono-green decks like this
Since you have no removal, I'd add Dismember
I'd consider Experiment One because it can get big, fast
1 week ago
pokejerk20 i have considered Mutagenic Growth several times and am always on the fence. i prefer the utility that Vines of Vastwood provides. being able to punish a removal spell by not only blanking the spell but also buffing my dude is pseudo 2 for 1. additionally, Aspect of Hydra can generate mad amounts of buff due to the mana requirements of my creatures (most require or ).
i know it's a staple in infect builds, but i find it hard to make cuts for it in this deck.
1 week ago
I have to agree with the comments on your deck's comment page: Where in God's name are your Avatar of the Resolute? Mono-Green Stompy is built around Avatar of the Resolute and relies on it for getting things done. It makes your Experiment Ones, Scavenging Oozes, and Strangleroot Geists do even more work. It even makes Young Wolf viable.
Champion of Lambholt is cute but as you say, it's a pet card. The problem is that it's taking up room.
I also don't think you're getting much benefit from your mana base. Nephalia Academy and Field of Ruin are kind of ho-hum in this deck. You can board in Acidic Slime, Beast Within, or Mwonvuli Acid-Moss. You don't care about counterspells because you can board in Thrun, the Last Troll, Skylasher, Great Sable Stag, and Choke. I'd drop down to 19 lands and play a 3rd. Treetop Village. Everything else should be Forests.
1 week ago
I have been playing with this mono-green deck for a while and it has been doing surprisingly well. Aspect of Hydra is insane in this deck and a single unblocked creature can straight up kill your opponent. Rancor is either really good or really bad. Strangleroot Geist, Garruk's Companion and Leatherback Baloth are all great but can be hard to cast with my insistence on the colorless utility lands. Treetop Village has won games on its own and Ghalta, Primal Hunger has been hilarious against decks that don't run Path to Exile. The other cards have all been fine, except Nylea, which is likely coming out for sure. I think I'd rather run Rhonas the Indomitable if we're comparing God to God. Champion of Lambholt is a pet card of mine and has won a good chunk of games for me.
I'd really appreciate some feedback as the deck is missing something. Perhaps there are too many lands? I also could use some more trample creatures since I often find myself stonewalled by Lingering Souls when trying to eek out the last couple points of damage. Sideboard is also kind of medium. I put in a lot of artifact hate, but it's not as diverse as it needs to be in a metallic such as modern.
I appreciate all feedback and happy brewing!
2 weeks ago
impact tremors is very legit in my book.