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: Monstrosity 1. (If this creature isn't monstrous, put a +1/+1 counter on it and it becomes monstrous.)
As long as Fleecemane Lion is monstrous, it has hexproof and indestructible.
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Fleecemane Lion Discussion
4 days ago
Ugh, to do the rest, I am just going to drop this text:
Drop 2x Pride Guardian, all artifacts but one Spear of Heliod, 1x Ajani, Caller of the Pride, 3x Ajani's Sunstriker, 4x Ajani's Pridemate, and 3x Healer of the Pride (24 total Cards), add 3x Glorious Anthem, 4x Qasali Pridemage, and 4x Lightning Greaves, 4x Loam Lion, 4x Pride Sovereign, 1x more Fleecemane Lion, and 4x Swiftfoot Boots
2 weeks ago
kaarten die wellicht goed in dit deck zullen zijn zijn kaarten als:
misschien dat je hier wat aan hebt?
4 weeks ago
Hey, to start with, thanks for putting my Kithkin Tribal in wants, second off, I'd like to say you should put in Ajani's Pridemate because Soul Warden and Felidar Guardian doesn't win you the game, but an infinitely large creature will, also throwing in Soul's Attendant will help boost your health and chances of finding a combo piece.
I don't even know what Mirror Entity was used for, so it might have a point, but it to me seems useless.
Nacatl War-Pride is fun, but I don't see it being useful due to it being so expensive.
If you leave in red, then Ajani Vengeant might be better for you. It can hold the board for long enough for you to combo out.
If you put in Suture Priest and Soul's Attendant, then Serra Ascendant may be the way to go. You can even through in Felidar Sovereign for theme with Felidar Guardian and for victory, or any of the great cats below:
Brimaz, King of Oreskos (I use this in my soldier tribal deck)
You can find more, but this is just to head you in the right direction!
4 weeks ago
Alright. The largest issue I see with this deck at the moment, is the sheer number of three drops and lack of answers. I personally would cut Mirri, Cat Warrior, one Brimaz, King of Oreskos, and the Jedit Ojanen of Efrava, as well as the Intangible Virtue. Both Mirri and Brimaz are your only sources of multi green casting costs, and so cutting these cards will allow you to play more powerful cards at the same spots, and be more likely to actually cast them. Additionally, you don't have many copies of these cards anyways, and thus won't be able to reliably draw it. The reason for going down to three Brimaz is that he's legendary, and you don't want multiple copies in hand. The reason for cutting the virtue is that you are making roughly equal numbers of tokens and actual creatures, so the virtue would only hit half of your board.
Additionally, you don't have many payoffs for going tribal cats. Here are some options for you, with some being cheaper than others.
Some Payoffs and other cats you may not have considered Show
And here's some recommendations for removal
And then finally, the deck as it currently stands is a bit lacking in card advantage, so with additional tribal payoffs, the best one I can think of is Mouth / Feed, as it'll allow you to at LEAST draw one card, but usually many more.
Hopefully some of that helps!
1 month ago
There's the new Cat Avatar coming about. He's a catlord and he's White/Green so you can run Pride Sovereign, Fleecemane Lion,Jedit Ojanen of Efrava, Loam Lion + whatever else comes out in the commander set. So maybe look at green cats for some additions too, plus just good green spells that would fit, especially with tokens and lifegain.
1 month ago
Hey Buddy, Love the Abzan build, played a similiar build when Siege Rhino came out and was all the rage. I would say some good sideboard cards would be Voice of Resurgence and Abrupt Decay, maybe Putrefy? And Fleecemane Lion is a beast. Anywho, good luck out there and May The Mana BE with you!
1 month ago
There are a lot of good cards here, but there's a lot of junk you could sweep out to make more room. First thing, assess your win conditons:
Brimaz, King of Oreskos: Massively strong card. Almost overpowered. He doesn't die to lightning bolt, and will probably make at least 1 cat token. Oh yeah, he's a 4/5 for 3. If he wasn't legendary you would need 4.
Regal Caracal: High cost, but carrying just two in the deck can't hurt.
Pride Sovereign: Hard to say if he would be strong in the deck or not. It really depends on how well your cats stick to the board.
Gavony Township: This card will pull the win out for you on many occasions. Turn your cats into a lethal army.
Ajani, Caller of the Pride: Mostly he is interesting for his final ability. If you drop 10 cats and you have a regal caracal down, that's a huge board power jump. In fact, he is MUCH better for this deck than the other Ajani. I would drop the other one and just have two of these.
Now for efficient cats:
Wild Nacatl: That's it. The most efficient cat for 1 mana.
Loam Lion: The second most efficient cat for 1 mana. If you don't want to include red for wild nacatl, then 4 of these is a must.
Fleecemane Lion A 3/3 for 2 is not as fast as wild nacatl, but you are playing more of a midrange strategy, so the monstrous effect can come in handy.
Qasali Pridemage: This guy is a decent size for 2 mana, and is secretly a removal spell. Very good.
Lastly, cards that are not doing you much good:
Longtusk Cub: Pretty much just worse than fleecemane lion. I mean sure it could sometimes get another +1/+1 counter, but so can fleecemane and then he's a 4/4.
Oketra the True: I don't think she's doing a lot for this deck other than being huge. That's not bad, but unless you are guaranteed to make her into a creature every time you play her I'd stay away from this non-cat card that makes more non cats for a huge cost.
Grizzled Leotau: Cats are aggressive. No time for a wall. Make room for more cats with 2 power or more.
Sandwurm Convergence: You often don't even reach 6 mana in modern unless you are playing control. Even if you DID play against control, an 8 mana spell will get countered for sure.
Ajani Unyielding: 6 mana planeswalkers are way too slow. Sure his abilities are nice but this isn't going to even touch the board most of the time, and when he does he is going to take a while to do anything.