|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Ixalan (XLN)||Mythic Rare|
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Creature — Dinosaur
Carnage Tyrant can't be countered.
Carnage Tyrant Discussion
5 days ago
The 6 mana mythic is a control finisher. I don't know why people are railing against her. She's exactly the kind of thing control wants when Teferi, Hero of Dominaria , Carnage Tyrant , and Chromium, the Mutable rotate out of Standard. She's even more stupid when you have Nicol Bolas, Dragon-God because you're getting to play Shock s every turn.
3 weeks ago
4 weeks ago
I've been finding that there's a lot of removal around, even for my hexproof blokes. Currently testing taking out 2 Ghalta, Primal Hunger , and the 2 Gigantosaurus that was mainly in for ghalta, and instad adding 3 Goreclaw, Terror of Qal Sisma along with an additional Carnage Tyrant taking me to 3 tyrants.
This is to more explosively start
1 month ago
Yes, Evolution Sage needs at least one +1/+1 counter early in the game, or it is vulnerable. I initially played with Stony Strength in place of Bond of Flourishing , just for that early counter from a 1-drop spell. I suppose that that still needs to be an option against super-aggro decks.
Jiang Yanggu, Wildcrafter is great in that if you have a second copy in your hand, you just kill off the first by putting +1/+1 counters on creatures. His static ability can end up giving you a lot of mana ramp. I normally end up using ramped mana, not to ramp into a high cmc spell, but to cast a range of cheaper spells, which is why I have Colossal Majesty in my side-board for extra card draws. More card-draw could be handy.
Yes, Zetalpa, Primal Dawn could easily fit in as the apex creature. Carnage Tyrant also fits, but I would only consider adding in 1 high cmc creature. I like the idea of being able to play any card that I draw from turn 3 onward and never having a card in hand that I can't play almost immediately. Too many high cmc spells just slow down the deck.
1 month ago
Thank's for the feedback! I love Evolution Sage and he can do some nasty things, originally i ran 4, though i found him to be just a little to vulnerable with so many Shock s flying around, running him in the sideboard against decks with a harder time removing him seems very good, especially if i add Pledge of Unity . I like the way you think I'm going to play test -2 Venerated Loxodon , -4 History of Benalia , -3 Emmara, Soul of the Accord , +4 Ajani's Pridemate , +3 Pledge of Unity , +2 Jadelight Ranger and adjust my sideboard accordingly. I had a look at your W L G definitely interesting, how have you been finding Jiang Yanggu, Wildcrafter ? He's one of my favorite cards but i found too often i had an empty board and one in hand! Your Incubation Druid interaction's are solid but you're not really ramping into anything other than Shalai, Voice of Plenty consider maybe a couple of March of the Multitudes , Carnage Tyrant s or one of my personal favorites Zetalpa, Primal Dawn ! (Probably as a sideboard option if anything).
1 month ago
Some sideboard suggestions that might be useful: Carnage Tyrant , if it's not too expensive, would be good against control as a 1 or 2 of. Path of Discovery might be good in conjunction with Shapers' Sanctuary to give all of your creatures a lot of resilience and card draw. Vivien Reid is extremely good against some decks, like Izzet Drakes. Blinding Fog helps against some damage-based boardwipes and removal, but it might be too expensive (I miss Heroic Intervention !).
God-Eternal Rhonas is a really good lategame finisher that might be better than End-Raze just because it's cheaper (for tutoring with Finale). I also feel like people forget about Thorn Lieutenant as a really good elf in standard!
1 month ago
Welcome to MTG! Great deck name, btw.
- replace Acidic Slime with Thrashing Brontodon
- replace Avenger of Zendikar with Carnage Tyrant
- replace Baloth Woodcrasher with Rampaging Baloths
You can find more ideas here: Ugly Frog
Carnage Tyrant occurrence in decks from the last year
All decks: 0.43%
All decks: 0.02%
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%