Gilded Goose

Gilded Goose

Creature — Bird

Flying

When Gilded Goose enters the battlefield, create a Food token.

, : Create a Food token.

, Sacrifice a Food: Gain one mana of any colour.

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Throne of Eldraine (ELD) Rare

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Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Arena Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Standard Legal
Pioneer Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Brawl Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Gilded Goose Discussion

Chaine351 on Garruk´s Hungry Wolves

1 week ago

Actually Savvy Hunter serves a few purposes in the deck: It smooths out the curve, creates food and it draws cards. I´ve played this deck for a long time now, and it is hands down one of the most valuable cards in the deck.

The deck honestly needs a high amount of food generation to keep it running smoothly, and while the Gilded Goose is a great generator, it gets hit by removal quite often, while people underestimate Savvy Hunter A LOT.

Also, when Tolsimir, Friend to Wolves hits the table, the deck has way more than enough removal. The sideboard has Conclave Tribunal for exile, and its a great card for this deck with the amount of tokens and creatures you usually end up with on the board.

Spell_Slam on The Pack Approaches

3 weeks ago

Howl of the Night Pack is definitely a card you should have. This is one of the best ways to end games with your wolf deck. Most of your spells and creatures are green, so I would definitely run less white sources and run more basic forests. You have so much fixing already with your ramp and duals that plains could be easily cut to 1-2 copies.

Arlinn, Voice of the Pack is an excellent way to grow your wolves as they enter play and works very well with your commander. In the same vein, running lots of anthem effects will also allow you to control the board by being able to fight creatures while still having your creature survive. Green and White have tons of anthem effects; take your pick.

Wicked Wolf is great, even if you don't have a food token. I would definitely run it, Gilded Goose, Fierce Witchstalker and Gingerbread Cabin over Tundra Wolves, a land, Tel-Jilad Wolf and Mana Geode.

Sorin_Markov_1947 on Thassa and Yarok

1 month ago

I think this deck needs too many pieces to get off the ground, and can't ramp or draw fast enough to do what you want it to do. I used TappedOut's playtest feature, and repeatedly it was turn 6-8 before I could get anything going, because I had to spend everything on ramp. That was without an opponent trying to kill me or disrupt my strategy.

Honestly, we could try to fine-tune the deck and make it faster (have some kind of one-drop ramp, like Arboreal Grazer or Gilded Goose), but there aren't a lot of good pay-offs for Yarok, the Desecrated. I like the idea of using cavaliers and Agent of Treachery, but they're all slow and not that great at value.

MangaVentFreak13 on Sultai Superfriends: The Sequel

1 month ago

Honestly, your deck seems interesting, and I look forward to seeing what you will do with it, but at the moment it desperately needs more lands.

More specifically:

Since you are running cards like Liliana, Dreadhorde General, Garruk, Cursed Huntsman and Casualties of War your land count should be somewhere around 25 or 26. If you haven't seen this article I would recommend you read it, there is a lot of helpful information in here: Consistently cast your spells

Since you are playing a 3 color deck, and Arboreal Grazer doesn't fix your mana, I think you should actually be running Gilded Goose in that slot instead.

Yarok, the Desecrated's effect only triggers on 3 of your creatures, Arboreal Grazer, Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath and Cavalier of Thorns. That is such a small section of your deck, I think you should probably be running something else in that slot.

MangaVentFreak13 on Advertise your STANDARD deck!

1 month ago

Honestly, your deck seems interesting, and I look forward to seeing what you will do with it, but at the moment it desperately needs more lands.

More specifically:

  1. Since you are running cards like Liliana, Dreadhorde General, Garruk, Cursed Huntsman and Casualties of War your land count should be somewhere around 25 or 26. If you haven't seen this article I would recommend you read it, there is a lot of helpful information in here: Consistently casting your spells

  2. Since you are playing a 3 color deck, and Arboreal Grazer doesn't fix your mana, I think you should actually be running Gilded Goose in that slot instead.

  3. Yarok, the Desecrated's effect only triggers on 3 of your creatures, Arboreal Grazer, Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath and Cavalier of Thorns. That is such a small section of your deck, I think you should probably be running something else in that slot.


HeliodxLinden, the match made in Theros

Standard* MangaVentFreak13

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My deck is a white weenie build with lifegain payoffs (Heliod, Sun-Crowned). I'm really not sure what the deck is missing. I've played a lot of games with it and I keep tweaking the list and this is what I have come up with. Let me know what you think.

pistolpeteiii on Chance For Glory Aggro (post-Theros)

1 month ago

Oh I totally had a brain fart lol, I read that as not . I saw what you were going for but thought it was 2 mana, but you're right it is a good inclusion to trigger Hero.

Not sure about Hero of the Pride over something as powerful as Fervent Champion , seeing as you have no board presence until T2. First Strike is awesome with pump spells! Footlight Fiend is an option if you're looking for another Hero trigger, and can ping something upon death.

Also, not really any interaction besides the split card. 2 copies of Shock might fit nicely if you cut 1 copy of Tajic, Legion's Edge (since it is legendary) or Feather, the Redeemed along with 1 copy of Gods Willing , or just 2 copies of Gods Willing and no creature cuts. Could help you power through a Knight of the Ebon Legion , kill a Gilded Goose , or go face for 2 more points of damage.

pistolpeteiii on Gruul Aggro: Theros Beyond Death

1 month ago

Boza thanks for your suggestions!

Thank you again for your suggestions! Like I said I think they might be suited for a similar deck but aren't the exact effects I am looking to pull off with this build. I hope I explained my decision making well enough, feel free to disagree or build one however you see fit!

pistolpeteiii on Bant Thassa

1 month ago

I like this build, it reminds me of the popular Roon of the Hidden Realm EDH decks. I have a few thoughts that you might like to consider:

  • First off I think reducing the number of high end cards, and smoothing out the curve a bit will help you out alot here. Meteor Golem really isn't needed if you are using Agent of Treachery to steal everything, and I would much rather devote those 4 slots to something like Cavalier of Gales . It is a great target for Thassa, Deep-Dwelling , provides plenty of blue devotion, along with being an Elemental for Risen Reef, and is a major recurring threat that is hard to deal with without exile effects. A straight up swap of all 4 copies would be ideal.

  • I think your card draw is going to be good enough through Cloudkin Seer , Fblthp, the Lost , Risen Reef and Teferi, Time Raveler that you won't need to run Guardian Project . It is at a point in the mana curve where you would realistically like to be impacting the board, and this build is looking to get into the late game quickly. I would rather play a ramp creature such as Leafkin Druid to get your Agent of Treachery out earlier, or a removal effect such as Brazen Borrower to give you more time against any aggressive matchups.

  • Charming Prince seems pretty weak in this build since it doesn't add devotion for Thassa, Deep-Dwelling or have the Elemental creature typing. There aren't too many better options in standard for Elemental creatures without playing , however Cavalier of Thorns is a good card to pair with Risen Reef . The mana is going to be tough though, so sticking to a base and only splashing for Teferi, Time Raveler will help clean up the mana. Alternatively, you could run Gilded Goose instead to get your 3 CMC cards on the board turn 2.

It wasn't mentioned whether or not this was intended to be a budget build, so I am sorry if the cards mentioned are either out of price range or too high of rarity to craft with wildcards on MTG Arena, but the power level in standard is extremely high as of Throne of Eldraine and this deck would need to be tuned pretty well in order to be competitive. I hope you like my suggestions!

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