Boon Satyr


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Hero Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
MTGO Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Theros (THS) Rare

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Boon Satyr

Enchantment Creature — Satyr


Bestow (If you cast this card for its bestow cost, it's an Aura spell with enchant creature. It becomes a creature again if it's not attached to a creature.)

Enchanted creature gets +4/+2

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Boon Satyr Discussion

Moonbar on Big Knucks

3 weeks ago

Pull a Tireless Tracker and both Courser of Kruphix. Replace with 2x Mantis Rider and 1x Boon Satyr (it turns on Rhonas and ups the Goyf count). Remove 2x Chandra, Torch of Defiance and replace with either 2x Elspeth, Knight-Errant or Ajani, Caller of the Pride. Wild Nacatl needs more Plains or to be removed entirely. If you remove it, possibly even Goblin Guide should be in its place. Either that, or Flamewake Phoenix. I can't imagine that Birds of Paradise is better than Noble Hierarch. I think a 4-1 split of Noble to Birds is good. Prowling Serpopard is legit bad and should be replaced with Ancient Grudge or something.

Also, remove basic mountain because it's horrible.

chadsansing on Green Ramp Guide & Deck (303+ Mana on Turn 3)

1 month ago

I played against a similar mono-G devotion list a few standard rotations back, and it was beast.

A few suggestions from that experience:

  • Always keep a 2nd Nykthos in-hand to play for turn whenever you you have enough devotion to warrant an activation, but don't have an untap effect in play. It's only dead when you don't have the devotion or mana to activate it early game.

  • You probably want Craterhoof listed in the mainboard along with Chord of Calling. Only play CoCo if you make the list a more traditional elves list, but definitely play Chord.

  • You can go in 2 directions: elf tribal or mono-G devotion/mid-range. Play Heritage Druid and other elves from stock lists to make Chord-for-Craterhoof better if you go in that direction. If you go towards mid-range, back-up your Craterhoof plan with a few Polukranos, World Eater, and use its Monstrous ability with your devotion mana to clear the board.

  • If you go mid-range/devotion, add a few Eidolon of Blossoms and green enchantments and creatures to trigger it like Courser of Kruphix and Boon Satyr in addition to Nylea.

  • Garruk, Caller of Beasts, may be the better Garruk here.

  • Consider adding a few Bow of Nylea and dropping your sorceries (except for Genesis Wave?) to put more permanents and devotion into play.

  • Sideboard a few Mistcutter Hydra, some graveyard hate (Relic of Progenitus) and artifact hate (Reclamation Sage), and maybe a Choke or two.

I think the big choice here is elves or mid-range.

Happy playing!

WalnutGerm on Uril, the less enraged

1 month ago

Pretty good list. I'd recommend a few bestow creatures like Boon Satyr.

ZorrosRage on Enchantress Zoo

2 months ago

I'm a bigger fan ofBoon Satyr overLeafcrown Dryad

xyr0s on Evolve Deck

3 months ago

Same as I suggested,Xica, or has Gitaxian Probe been unbanned? Anyway, in that version, there are 2 Boon Satyr, and I think they could be replaced with either Greenbelt Rampager or with Nimble Obstructionist.

DeRotto17 on Pieguy396

4 months ago

Thanks again for the help! I'm trying to make a strong Selesnya deck that can compete in Grand Prix-type events as well as being a force at FNM, etc., so feel free to take a look at my deck and let me know what you thinks works well and maybe what doesn't. I've been going back and forth on quite a few cards (I don't list my side board), such as Voice of Resurgence, Congregation at Dawn, Boon Satyr, and Mikaeus, the Lunarch just to name a few. Not sure if having the planeswalker in my deck makes sense either. Before I ramble too much, I let you look it over whenever you get a chance!

snotice on Gruul in Ixalan - The Nature's Fury

5 months ago

I feel your deck just needs more focus. You have several good Gruul cards in the deck, but due to the inconsistency of the draw and ramp, you will have inconsistency with curving out. Based on the majority of the cards in the deck, I'd say this deck is a modern deck. Based on that I would say even if your planning casually, I'd be hesitant to play cards like:

Boon Satyr, Emperor's Vanguard, Grazing Whiptail, Polis Crusher, Snapping Sailback, Charging Monstrosaur, Burning Sun's Avatar

CMC 4 or greater must be very selective, even in green. I would go with a more streamline approach to cards over 4 CMC. Here is an example of your deck:

Creatures (28):

CMC 1 (8):
4x Elvish Mystic
4x Kird Ape

CMC 2 (8):
4x Burning-Tree Emissary
2x Flinthoof Boar
2x Heir of the Wilds

CMC 3 (6):
2x Atzocan Archer
1x Combat Celebrant
2x Fanatic of Xenagos
1x Ranging Raptors

CMC 4 (5):
4x Ghor-Clan Rampager
1x Nylea, God of the Hunt

CMC 5 (0):

CMC 6 (1):
1x Ruric Thar, the Unbowed

Instants (8):
2x Heroic Intervention
4x Lightning Strike
2x Magma Jet

Planewalkers (2):
1x Nissa, Vital Force
1x Samut, the Tested

Land (22):
2x Cinder Glade
8x Forest
8x Mountain
4x Rootbound Crag

andbartwo on Glorious Evolution (Budget)

6 months ago

Explain why you have Boon Satyr in the deck. It just doesn't make sense to me.

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