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
1 week ago
Now, whenever somebody is building enchantress, the key cards are Mesa Enchantress, Verduran Enchantress, Eidolon of Blossoms, and Argothian Enchantress. I left out that last one because it's a tad spendy, but from the looks of your deck, you should be fine with it.
An important resource for enchantress decks are the enchantment creatures released in Theros. There are many cards with the bestow mechanic that allow the versatility of using them as creatures or auras. Notable ones are Boon Satyr, Eidolon of Countless Battles, and Celestial Ancient.
Finally, the actual god cards released in Theros are total powerhouses. Purphoros, God of the Forge is amazing at busting your opponents when you play tokens. Xenagos, God of Revels is actually super handy when it comes to smashing opponents in the face with a fatty (plus it gives haste to your commander). Finally, Karametra, God of Harvests is especially useful in your deck, because it helps tutors for more lands. The other god options that I haven't included in my deck are Iroas, God of Victory, Nylea, God of the Hunt, and Heliod, God of the Sun. All those are up to you; none of them are strictly bad options, but I felt like I had better things to do.
But yes, take a look at my deck. I'm trying to transition to less of the auras and more of the general enchantments benefiting my creatures, like Beastmaster Ascension and Cathars' Crusade. Take a look and see what you like!
1 month ago
1 month ago
So, I've been considering tournament play for some time now as kitchen table casual Saturday's are becoming boring. Not boring because of the game itself, but because the 2 other people I play with do not care about competitiveness. They're the type to just buy a few packs and string together a deck or two with a bunch of useless commons/uncommon. While this may be fun, and yes, I understand that one person's play type doesn't trump another's idea of what is fun. I respect casual players just as much as competitive players. At the end of the day, we're all supporting this awesome game, regardless. Anyways, I need some help, tips, ideas, critique about one of my decks that I'm thinking about entering some of the local tournaments here with. Some fine tuning if you will. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I crush the guys I play with but it's not a brag as I've already said, they don't keep up with the metagame nor do they give a rat's you know what about spending $ on singles to make their decks better. Lastly, this is my first post and I'm sorry if it's in the wrong place, I read the rules and I'm thinking it's not. If it is, mods please move it and I apologize in advance.
3x Domri Rade
4x Kird Ape
3x Boon Satyr
1x Cinder Glade
That's pretty much it, I haven't really started on a sideboard quite yet because the way it stands, I never lose so I guess I should playtest some at my local game store against better players to find its weak points. I have Mizzium Mortars and Scavenging Ooze in mind but not quite sure where I'd put them. I'm also not sure if I should have both Kessig Wolf Run and Skarrg, the Rage Pits or drop one or the other. Again, sorry if I've posted this wrong and thanks for any critique and help.
1 month ago
Swaping in Magma Jet to help hit the lands you need, or pull creatures you can cast, might go a long way.
1 month ago
For kitchen table you can build a fun Chromanticore deck for cheap:
Card Draw Engines:
Mesa Enchantress (Good)
Verduran Enchantress (Good)
Eidolon of Blossoms (Ok)
Argothian Enchantress (Expensive!!!! But the best one ever...)
Enchantress's Presence - Like Eidolon, but not not as vulnerable. The upside to Eidolon is it draws off itself.
Card draw Auras:
Abundant Growth (Helps you get to 5 color and replaces itself)
Dragon Wings (Not my cup of tea, but cool)
Chosen by Heliod (Get em out of Lightning Bolt range)
Karametra's Favor (Amazing way to use your card draw engines!)
Spreading Seas (Mess up their mana or fix your own + draw)
Stratus Walk (Kyah!)
The only instant in the whole deck:
Hubris MUST HAVE
1 month ago
Never mind. Figured it out. Bear in mind apostrophes in Google Docs don't like to transfer over to TappedOut, so any weird number; type-thing you see is probably just that or another punctuation mark. Also, I don't claim to be a master with HTML or anything, so there may be easier ways to do this. This is what some cursory Google research revealed to me.
Here's the actual code I made:
<table width="780" style="table-layout:fixed"> <tr> <td valign="top" width="260"><font size=”3”> <b>[[zandls-temur-combo-1st-scg-iq]]</b></br> <b>Creatures: 33</b></br> 4 [[Elvish Mystic]]</br> 4 [[Voyaging Satyr]]</br> 4 [[Genesis Hydra]]</br> 1 [[Sylvan Caryatid]]</br> 4 [[Courser of Kruphix]]</br> 2 [[Boon Satyr]]</br> 4 [[Eidolon of Blossoms]]</br> 4 [[Temur Sabertooth]]</br> 2 [[Polukranos, World Eater]]</br> 1 [[Nylea, God of the Hunt]]</br> 1 [[Nyleas Disciple]]</br> 1 [[Arbor Colossus]]</br> 1 [[Hornet Queen]]</br> <b>Other spells: 4</b></br> 3 [[Temur Ascendancy]]</br> 1 [[Chord of Calling]]</br> <b>Lands: 23</b></br> 4 [[Frontier Bivouac]]</br> 4 [[Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx]]</br> 4 [[Wooded Foothills]]</br> 4 [[Yavimaya Coast]]</br> 6 [[Forest]]</br> 1 [[Mountain]]</br></br> <b>Sideboard</b></br> 3 [[Nyleas Disciple]]</br> 3 [[Reclamation Sage]]</br> 2 [[Hornet Queen]]</br> 2 [[Arbor Colossus]]</br> 2 [[Mistcutter Hydra]]</br> 1 [[Sagu Mauler]]</br> 1 [[Colossus of Akros]]</br> 1 [[Setessan Tactics]]</br></br></font></td> <td valign="top" width="520" style="white-space:pre-wrap;white-space:-moz-pre-wrap;white-space:-pre-wrap;white-space:-o-pre-wrap;word-wrap:break-word"><font size=”2”>I suppose I should clue in those of you who may not understand the combo. Once I have a devotion to Green of 7 or higher, I can tap [[Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx]] for 7 mana. Assuming I've used my [[Voyaging Satyr]] to get there, I can use [[Temur Sabertooth]]'s activated ability to return the Satyr to my hand (5 floating), re-cast it (3 floating), and untap Nykthos right away with [[Temur Ascendancy]] giving everything haste. At that point, I can activate Nykthos again (1 floating) to generate another 7 mana (8 floating). Now, I can keep repeating this process indefinitely and retaining 1 extra mana each time I do for what is, in essence, <i>infinite Green mana.</i> From there, the win can essentially come from anywhere. I can make an <i>infinite/infinite</i> Polukranos with haste to kill everything, pump everything infinitely with [[Nylea, God of the Hunt]], bounce and cast [[Eidolon of Blossoms]] to find whatever I need, or gain infinite life by bouncing and casting [[Nyleas Disciple]] over and over. There are other options, as well, but these are the most common.</br></br> Most [[Temur Ascendancy]] decks of the past were running 3 [[Arbor Colossus]] and for good reason: it gives 3 Devotion and it's a 6/6 that's easily cast on turn-3. I've shied away from it of late with the recent trend toward ground-based combat and cheaper removal seeing play (i.e. [[Valorous Stance]] and [[Ultimate Price]]). It's a nice one-of in case I need to dispose of a flyer or just need a fat body right away and I'm still packing 2 more in the sideboard for Stormbreath-heavy matches.</br></br> [[Hornet Queen]] is a card that has saved my butt several times but lacks offensive pressure when compared to everything else in the deck. It gives 3 Devotion and can wall up my opponent pretty efficiently, but I'm not a fan of it versus Red. It's too slow and, by the time it comes out, I'm probably beyond saving or winning already.</br></br> I wasn't too up-to-date on the competitive Standard meta on the day of the IQ/GPT, but I was at least aware of Mono-Red's recent - and ongoing - domination. Because of this, I opted to add a [[Nyleas Disciple]] to my mainboard about 5 minutes prior to turning in my deck-list sheet. As luck would have it, that was the correct decision.</br></br> With control being absent from the 5-or-so Top 8 lists I casually glanced at prior to the tournament day, I decided I could gear my sideboard against mid-range and aggro rather heavily while still keeping cards for the control matchup just in case. [[Sagu Mauler]] happens to be a pain in the ass for any mid-range deck to tackle in addition to giving control a tough time. The fact that it can even Morph in and cheat its way around [[Disdainful Stroke]] was the selling point for me. [[Colossus of Akros]] was more of a fun one-of, but I'm more than aware that U/B can't do a single thing about it without [[Perilous Vault]] or [[Silence the Believers]].</font></td> </tr> </table>
2 months ago
Ok bro, I have a few suggestions for you. In general I would look to play stuff that has effects other than just being vanilla (Boon Satyr for example is very vanilla), there are a good number of things in R/G that have sweet effects and are also big hitters. You want plenty of ramp in this, to get big creatures out quick, and you want to make sure you have ways to draw your fatties too. As one final general point I wouldn't include Ruric Thar, the Unbowed unless you build around him as he can do you more harm than good, unless you plan on just running creatures?
Sylvan Scrying note this can fetch none basics for you
Plus all the usual mana rocks you don't need me to tell you about.
Fierce Empath Go find the fatty you want.
Krosan Drover Make those big monsters for cheap cheap!
Artisan of Kozilek Really horrible with haste and double power!
Hellkite Charger can be really backbreaking with Xenagos.**
Other useful cards:**
Hammer of Purphoros If you want another haste enabler.
Fires of Yavimaya Same kind of thing.
Domri Rade Can use his minus ability as removal with your fatties.
Hull Breach great for removal!
Berserkers' Onslaught Makes combat very difficult for your opponents along with Xenagos.
Evolutionary Leap A sacrifice outlet that gets you more creatures? Ok then!
Decimate Another good R/G removal card.
This is just a few starters, honeslty I can suggest tons more if you want? Let me know.
2 months ago
Thanks for good suggestions :-). I would like to have Atarka's Command instead of Lightning Strike. The problem is money :-(. My plan of win is by Crater's Claws or by Icy Blast or Temur Charm and overrun opponent or Ashcloud Phoenix + Boon Satyr :-).
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- Boon Satyr + Bow of Nylea + Eidolon of Blossoms
- Boon Satyr + Den Protector
- Boon Satyr + Bow of Nylea + Fanatic of Xenagos
- Boon Satyr + Courser of Kruphix
- Boon Satyr + Fabled Hero
- Boon Satyr + Heir of the Wilds
- Boon Satyr + Temur Battle Rage + Savage Knuckleblade
- Boon Satyr + Bow of Nylea
- Boon Satyr + Oakheart Dryads
- Boon Satyr + Feral Invocation