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Creature — Dryad
: Look at the top card of your library. If it's a land card, you may reveal it and put it into your hand.
Dryad Greenseeker Discussion
5 months ago
I think Dryad Greenseeker is too ambitious, would replace with Llanowar Elves , which is a one drop and makes guarenteed mana. Also God-Eternal Rhonas and the Wilderness Reclamation / Biogenic Ooze seem good, but they are not completely budget. Nice deck otherwise, +1 from me.
6 months ago
Looking for any suggestions and upvotes!
Commander / EDH
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7 months ago
7 months ago
Thanks for your comment. Sorry for such a late reply, I was just on a plane and had to go to school the next day, so this is the only chance I've had to write to you. I see your point on a lot of four drops and I agree that I might benefit from having less four drops. I like Storrev, Devkarin Lich because he can return Planeswalkers as well as creatures and they return to the graveyard once they die, allowing me to use them again. I like the idea of Despark , but I really like the lifegain on Vraska's Contempt and the ability to kill any creature or Planeswalker against aggro. So that'll probably be staying in. But I will consider Despark in my sideboard. I really like Dryad Greenseeker , but the thing is that it only puts the land in my hand, and not on the battlefield is really important. I really like Arguel's Blood Fast Flip and I have nothing against it, it's a really good card. I might make out a Vivien and Ripjaw for 2 Blood Fast, I'll have to think about it. I see your point on Bounty Agent , but we'll see weather or not the meta has enough reasons for it to have a spot or two in my sideboard.
7 months ago
Trainyaj, it's around 50% to have one creature but more like 80% to have one or more (assuming 24 creatures).
Hexaflexagon, that's a lot of 4 drops. Storrev, Devkarin Lich could be a Isareth the Awakener and Despark might work in place of Vraska's Contempt . Not saying they are better just your curve might thank you. Dryad Greenseeker or Arguel's Blood Fast Flip could be a nice fit for this deck as early plays that both let you hit land drops and accrue CA. Call me crazy but Bounty Agent might even be a relevant card this season with lyra, niv, search, baby bolas, landing, feather and zombie gods.
8 months ago
Nice! I can see why you wreck control but die to aggro however. Trouble is all of your cards individually (except maybe Quench ) I'd describe as anti-control and not great in faster matchups. Taken together however and you have a real problem.
is notorious for having hardly any removal so my suggestion would be to find alternatives to the cards you currently have that fill the same roll but with a slightly greater anti-aggro slant. For example, Chemister's Insight -> Dryad Greenseeker and Pteramander -> Thorn Lieutenant .
8 months ago
If possible I'd consider swapping out the Crushing Canopy s plus the multani's or something for a couple copies of both Thrashing Brontodon and Kraul Harpooner . Just a way to cover the same bases while adding to your critical mass of chonkers. New Vivien, Champion of the Wilds might be a sweet include in this also when she becomes available.
That said I think the best avenue for improvement would be the sideboard. There aren't any popular decks that are gonna have consistent targets for Broken Bond or Plummet when it matters and I'm not sure what matchups Silhana Wayfinder and the twins are coming in against. Cards like Thrash / Threat , Sorcerous Spyglass , Shapers' Sanctuary and Find / Finality seem like decent sideboard options.
If wildcards are in short supply you might want to consider the following: - Atzocan Archer (decent against mono tempo+ weenie sometimes) - Colossal Majesty (winmoorish but fun) - Diamond Mare - Dryad Greenseeker (card advantage) - Kraul Foragers - Kraul Harpooner - Thrashing Brontodon
10 months ago
Dryad Greenseeker occurrence in decks from the last year
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All decks: 0.0%