Caller of the Hunt


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Mercadian Masques (MMQ) Rare

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Caller of the Hunt

Creature — Human

As Caller of the Hunt enters the battlefield, choose a creature type.

Caller of the Hunt's power and toughness are each equal to the number of creatures in play of the chosen type.

Caller of the Hunt Discussion

pedroaires on It's OK. They're just elves

5 months ago

I think that cards like Caller of the Hunt, Drove of Elves and Heedless One are average when you are winning, but bad when you are rebuilding your army after a wrath effect, for example. That's why i'm not including them. But Cryptolith Rite is a card to consider, thanks!


Poly_raptor on It's OK. They're just elves

5 months ago

Hey, so I’m not great at mono green but some cards that I would maybe consider are:

-Caller of the Hunt

-Drove of Elves

-Heedless One

Also I’ve noticed you’re consider Paradox Engine - if you include them Cryptolith Rite slows you to go essentially infinite mana

Hope this comment has been helpful


cdkime on Creature-Type Hate Deck

10 months ago

If you want to punish opponents for having creatures and wreck their fun, Stax is really the way to go. While the mutual nature means you're limited in the creatures you can run, it's still a powerful control archetype.

Here's a couple other options:

  • Plague Sliver is a pretty nifty card if you have anyone who runs Slivers, but that's pretty specific.

  • Caller of the Hunt could be a pretty fun card against decks that go really wide.

  • With Olivia, you could capture an opponents creature and sacrifice it to Endemic Plague, but you'll want some way to make your own commander indestructible, lest you kill her as well.

Jmitch1296 on The Poachers (Dual Deck)

1 year ago

I didn't choose Huntmaster of the Fells  Flip mainly because he's $10 and he's a werewolf which is not really on theme. (it's important to note that Caller of the Hunt and Aphetto Exterminator are technically human so this is a human tribal) it was actually unintentional that Kresh became the feature card haha the program kept changing him to foil! The reason I chose Kresh the Bloodbraided was because his flavor text stated that "each of his braids was bound by leather and bone from a foe" which sounded very hunter like to me. I like the idea of Grim Flayer he has a great name and would fit right in

Eiti3 on Golgari Archimas (Suggestions Needed)

2 years ago

A suggestion or two:

  • Aluren
  • You currently run only 7 non-'3 or less' CMC creatures. Sure, it may help others out, but seeing as not only your commander, but the majority of your creatures are super cheap, you could easily cut a ramp spell for Aluren. This card is 100% personal preference.
  • Pack's Disdain
  • Great vs anyone who runs Indestructible creatures.
  • Caller of the Hunt
  • I know you are head over heels going for tribal, and this is a human, so I'm not expecting you to accept this suggestion, but it's still worth a try. Never can really know how lenient people are from the screen of a computer. And if you kind of like it but the non-elf part is really getting you, Conspiracy always works, making everything in your deck, battlefield, graveyard, hand, etc Elves.
  • Alpha Status
  • Is a possible win con.
  • Descendants' Path
  • A way slower Aluren, kind of... But it still works amazingly well in tribal decks. I see you have Sylvan Library in that maybe board (thanks to albert), but I wouldn't add Descendant's Path until you have Sylvan Library, Mirri's Guile, Sensei's Divining Top, or some other way to make sure you can always get the trigger.
  • Steely Resolve
  • As a final suggestion vs players who tend to target your own creatures. I would always have this in a sideboard, especially in a tournament setting. It's a much cheaper Asceticism that doesn't have the regenerate, and could potentially hurt you seeing as you have a couple things that target your own Elves. But adding it is your decision.

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