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As long as Brawn is in your graveyard and you control a Forest, creatures you control have trample.

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Auriel on Omnathian Hydras

1 week ago

Hydras are gonna need trample so that they aren't chump blocked. Nylea, God of the Hunt and Brawn are good for that. I also have a Savageborn Hydra and Apocalypse Hydra for you. Hydra Omnivore Is probably a must. We should look into things that interact well with counters. Doubling Season Is the high end of this. Rosheen Meanderer Or Xenagos, God of Revels would probably be a better commander so you can have access to red. That will give you access to things like Mina and Denn, Wildborn and Clan Defiance as well as Neheb, the Eternal and Decimate and Signal the Clans. Hindervines and Archetype of Endurance can help protect your creatures. The only other thing I would really change is to give yourself ways to deal with fliers! I have a lot of those cards. Looks good man! I'm excited for it to be done.

Hi_diddly_ho_neighbor on Boss Battle

3 weeks ago

Thanks ShreddedByCrows. Yeah, it took me a couple iterations before I landed on this build. At one point this was a mono-green bounce deck with a ton of trolls (for the regeneration) but it was just was too clunky. I am hoping this version works out.

Brawn, Roar of Challenge, and Nylea, God of the Hunt seem like great additions. I'll definitely look to try those out.

I'd really like to run Vigor, but as of right now it is too high of a cost. I am hoping that with the release of Battlebond and Vigor's reprint, the cost of the card will decrease. Garruk Wildspeaker and Asceticism are two cards I'd love to add but are a bit cost prohibitive.

My LGS has weird infect rules making cards like Triumph of the Hordes and Grafted Exoskeleton less impactful.

ShreddedByCrows on Boss Battle

3 weeks ago

I was trying to figure out if it was possible to build up a funny list with this fat Grothama, All-Devouring and then I fell there on your deck... and dude, it's just awesome! And it's even fully flavorful, as Grothama devours other players boards.

Here are some ideas I had in mind looking at your built. Some of them are not budget, so I'll put them in 3 different categories.

1) Budget :

  • Brawn / Primal Rage: giving Grothama trample seems pretty essential if you want to be able to push enough pressure, especially against token decks. I really like the Mossbridge Troll you put in there, and this will just make it even more effective!

  • Roar of Challenge: basically cleans most of the time one of your opponent's board with Grothama.

  • Vow of Wildness: not so sure about this one but, on the paper, it could give Grothama trample, it could ''nullify'' a bit thief spells, and used on an opponent creature it could push someone into fighting Grothama with a creature he doesn't want to die.

  • Revenge of the Hunted: brutal.

2) Medium budget (still affordable):

  • Heroic Intervention: basically does everything you're seeking for there.

  • Asceticism: same as Heroic Intervention, but just even better as it's an enchantment.

  • Nylea, God of the Hunt: provides combat's tricks and trample to Grothama. She's certainly a staple in this kind of deck if your budget allows you to play her.

3) High budget (still affordable, but a bit more expensive):

  • Vigor: as someone already mentioned it before, he has to be a blast there. Definitely, a card you should keep in mind for the future if you can't buy it now.

  • Garruk Wildspeaker: does really nice here. He curves perfectly with Grothama and untaps two lands so you can play your instants. Both other options are still good.

  • Triumph of the Hordes: unfun card, for sure, but damn... it's just too good not to be played.

kamelyan on Purrfect Upgrade

1 month ago

Felidar Sovereign is a beast of a cat; and Nacatl War-Pride is fun, especially with Regal Caracal, Bow of Nylea, and a trample-giver, like Brawn or Nylea, God of the Hunt.

SourApple84 on Trample Tribal

2 months ago

Add Brawn and Ulvenwald Tracker

Also a Reliquary Tower would be nice

Ruyen on Muldrotha: Recursion, Reanimation, Repeat

2 months ago

Any Sultai graveyard deck needs a copy of Wonder or Brawn to give all of your big stuff flying and/or trample. For maximum mill-age, you could put in Mirror-Mad Phantasm

Warhammer39999 on Splinterfright's Something-or-Other

2 months ago

Sorry, meant to put bullets to make examples easier to read:

Warhammer39999 on Splinterfright's Something-or-Other

2 months ago

I like the twist on the theme, though I wonder if it's not playing too hard against itself. For example, Gurzigost is counter intuitive to this deck as he plays against the Splinterfright. While you might want to retrieve some items from your graveyard, you may be better off just sticking things there that you're happy putting there.

Abilities that work well with this strategy include: Cycling, discard effects (including Spellshapers, & Grandeur, & Dredge) and effects that also benefit from having things in the graveyard (Threshold and Delirium). Other cards that boost themselves based upon graveyard contents (since you're already B&G, I'd suggest Lhurgoyf, Mortivore, and Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord).

I also would tend to eschew non-creature spells, as they don't help pump Splinterfright. For example:

Bow of Nylea (grants deathtouch) -> Archetype of FinalityReito Lantern (fills library) -> Epitaph Golem, Junktroller, or Canal DredgerRing of Kalonia (gives trample) -> Brawn

Those are just some ideas. If you'd like to see what I did with this deck, you can see it here:

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