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3 hours ago
Burgeoning isn't super pricey these days. Might not mesh well with Gitrog unless you can keep your hand full though. I know you said you want to keep this budget but a Life from the Loam would really be worth it in my opinion. Retreat to Hagra would be mean with the mad landfall too. I like what your deck does though.
2 days ago
Dropping these and leaning more heavily on the commander for ramp (maybe a mistake)...
3 days ago
Natural Order and Pattern of Rebirth are cards I run in my own Ghave build and they're phenomenal at tutoring out Protean Hulk. You have enough small dorks that any sac outlet on board + Order/Pattern wins on the spot by tutoring out Hulk, which between these and reanimation is basically as fast as Hulk can get without running Flash (which you can't, since Abzan). You can tutor Pattern with Academy Rector, which I've had to do, sometimes, so you can chain straight into a Hulk with Rector if you have a sac outlet.
To make room, I'd suggest removing Skyshroud Claim (way too slow when these other 4 mana cards enable a win) and Phyrexian Arena (also too slow, if aiming for t3-t4 wins. Library, Necro, etc., are absurdly better and having tutors that can let you straight up win seems better).
Other, random suggestions:
Seems odd to have Exploration/Oracle of Mul-Daya and not Burgeoning. Is the additional three mana cost of Oracle really worth being able to see/play your topdeck? If aiming for t4s, I'm of the mind that he's too expensive.
Why Phyrexian Delver over Dance of the Dead or Necromancy? At 5 mana, Karmic Guide does it better (so you have a reanimation method you can Pod into already, and having 2 at competing mana cost doesn't seem to make a huge amount of sense, IMO).
Love the deck though. Enjoy that Hulk!
4 days ago
Sorry but the best answer is Edric, Spymaster of Trest.
Critical mass of 1 mana fliers / unblockables, good rampy 1 drops like Burgeoning, Exploration, Sakura-Tribe Scout, etc. Pair it with good 1 mana control like Swan Song, Rapid Hybridization, Nature's Claim, even wrath stoppers like Invasive Surgery.
Super aggressive, draws tons of cards, resilient with the right counterspells, and explosive when it comes to finishing out thr game. One of my favorite commanders period, but definitely the best commander for a one drops deck.
List if interested (hasn't been updated with some new cards, but-) Edric's Weenie Horde
5 days ago
Yeah, Ramunap excavator's definitely a must if you can't have Crucible. Exploration, Burgeoning, Azusa, Lost but Seeking are all great for bonus land drops.I've won many times just by Skirge Familiar + Dakmor Salvage when Gitrog's out, with an eldrazi Titan in the deck to reshuffle everything. Basically make infinite black and draw however many cards you want! If that fails, Devoted Druid + Quillspike is always a backup option, but it's best to tutor the signature combo up first.
Good luck with the froggy!
1 week ago
SaifurCommander - I do have creature recursion in Volrath's Stronghold, and nondiscriminatory recursion in Regrowth and Eternal Witness. Since this is a Child of Alara deck, I have tried to limit the number of non-land permanents that need to stick around to get value. The edicts are pretty underwhelming in this deck, since when Child dies, it takes everything with it.
1 week ago
realBorborygmos I've never even seen Ghost Town and it looks rather cool, might see if I can pick one up at some point, and it has rather decent synergy with Burgeoning. As for Ramunap Excavator, I had planned on getting one as it's basically a Crucible of Worlds and would be rather useful, since I don't have easy access to one. Thank you very much!