|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Modern Masters 2017 Edition (MM3)||Mythic Rare|
|Avacyn Restored (AVR)||Mythic Rare|
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Creature — Beast
When Craterhoof Behemoth enters the battlefield, creatures you control gain trample and get +X/+X until end of turn, where X is the number of creatures you control.
|Have (8)||Brutus1 , , Thorion7 , Rjrbadboy , Luckeyawesome , miracle , shinbatsu , adventfaith|
|Want (14)||greywanderer13 , Lavatails , klassen398 , Nuregami , Philliam , Txport , kiadote12 , 22nht22 , paulcalypse , Vzq , Boomcat12B , wrenemoji , Luxtra , RealTrapSith|
Craterhoof Behemoth Discussion
23 hours ago
Great suggestions, thanks!
Okay, you got me. I was focusing so much on the combo aspect of this deck, that I (for some reason) took out Grafted Exoskeleton , which was a mistake. I need multiple ways of winning. Not just one.
You're right about the Awaken the Erstwhile .
The reason I haven't been putting in cards like Izoni, Thousand-Eyed , Creakwood Liege or even Monkey Cage , is they're on the high CMC side, and I wasn't really trying to go too deep into a token build. I feel like for Izoni in particular, she wouldn't actually give me that many tokens. A lot of the time, there's only 3 or 4 creatures in my graveyard.
I particularly like your Ooze Garden suggestion. 2-mana 8/8s seem pretty good.
1 day ago
I don't think Marwyn gets the credit she deserves. What's also nice is that the deck has multiple different ways to keep going without Marwyn. A couple suggestions:
Dwynen's Elite : cheap multiple elves to pump Marwyn quickly. Not needed but is pure value for 2 CMC. You get two 1/1 elves and Marwyn gets two +1/+1 counters. Also works well for bouncing back to your hand.
With infinite Mana:
Assault Formation : seems like a very odd inclusion. However, with the infinite or near infinite amounts of mana produced it becomes an insane pump spell for all our elves.
- Tap the Big Mana Tap Elf for big mana.
- Use Symbiote to untap the Big Mana Tap Elf and bounce the Random Elf.
- Tap the Big Mana Tap Elf for big mana again.
- Use Temur to bounce the Symbiote to your hand.
- Recast the Random Elf and the Symbiote then rinse and repeat.
If you want any more ideas you can look at my deck here: Nature AND Nurture with Marwyn
5 days ago
JKRice I re-did some of the math and Craterhoof Behemoth does actually do better than End-Raze Forerunners in case 4 that I have listed above. End-raze has 18 trample damage on board, while Craterhoof has 26 trample damage (if there are 2 other creatures on the board already). Thanks for the feedback!
6 days ago
6 days ago
Would Craterhoof Behemoth be better than the end raze forerunners?
1 week ago
1 week ago
Homelessguy I guess main reason I don't run Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger is because I run it in my Lazav, Dimir Mastermind deck.. Ulamog is great, but I like to have different win-cons in my decks (this is why I also didn't include Craterhoof Behemoth , as he is in my Ghave, Guru of Spores deck).
3 weeks ago
I played my first game today with my Muldrotha deck against a Ghave, Guru of Spores and a Lord Windgrace deck. I was well under way to kill the Ghave player (18 Commander damage), having lost only 4 life from my own sources. The Ghave player was slow due to lack of mana, but had a quick Doubling Season in play. Eventually he had a few tokens and ambushed me with Craterhoof Behemoth and I died. It was a cool experience to play though, and I was really happy to have Tamiyo, Collector of Tales against the Ghave player's Grave Pact :D
Thanks for the inspiration, Pikobyte :)
Craterhoof Behemoth occurrence in decks from the last year
All decks: 0.04%
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.07%