|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Magic 2014 (M14)||Uncommon|
|Duels of the Planeswalkers (DPA)||Uncommon|
|2010 Core Set (M10)||Uncommon|
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Howl of the Night Pack
Put a 2/2 green Wolf creature token onto the battlefield for each Forest you control.
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Howl of the Night Pack Discussion
4 days ago
But as far as the type of deck....I have no idea. It's bounced between a bunch of ideas. Originally it had Prismatic Omen and Howl of the Night Pack then some cards to pull Night Pack back from the graveyard a couple times. It was a kinda late game condition but it worked at first. Then it never worked. And that's what the whole thing is. I'll try something and it'll work, then when it stops I'll focus on something else but keep the old thing. So really idk where it's going
1 month ago
Lost in the Woods
Howl of the Night Pack
Beacon of Creation
Life and Limb
Staff of the Wild Magus
Rofellos, Llanowar Emissary
Dark Heart of the Wood+Overgrown Tomb or Utopia Sprawl
Patron of the Orochi
Reach of Branches
2 months ago
Check out my were wolf edh please http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/18-02-18-LSE-werewolf-edh/
2 months ago
Hey thanks a bunch for the upvotes, Death927 and Dismal! This is certainly not the fastest of decks, and I'm still working on it, tweaking the numbers of bit and what not, but it is fun and fairly unique. The primary win con is getting a Feed the Pack down after using Harvest Season to load up on lands with a Traproot Kami or Dungrove Elder down. Then use the Feed the Pack to sac the Kami or Elder for a ton of wolves! Alternatively, a Primal Bellow on a Dungrove Elder could be a wincon, and also, Howl of the Night Pack after a Harvest Season.
I played this three times last on Cockatrice in 3 player. It lost the first game to Emrakul (we were playing sub $100 Modern budget, so Emrakul really shouldn't have been allowed, but we're pretty casual). Then it floundered the second game, but the third game it went off like crazy and annihilated both opponents in short order. Today I'm making some tweaks based on how it performed last night and hopefully it will run a little smoother.
5 months ago
Traverse the Outlands is a super powerful card if you are interested in another ramper I would certainly move it from maybe to main deck. You also might consider Howl of the Night Pack with all those forests and token synergy. Cool looking deck man.
6 months ago
that is very true, but she does make defenders for herself. and yes, i did not notice the fact that you can get an emblem the turn after you play her. I'd recommend cutting five lands to put in some more bombs. while you may get plenty of draw effects, you are very likely to draw lands non-stop. If Primeval Titan wasn't banned, I'd recommend him. but I'll put a few suggestions out there. Beacon of Creation, Howl of the Night Pack, (a personal favorite as I'm a wolves player) Sasaya, Orochi Ascendant, (Very easy to flip in a deck like this one, and then you have infinite mana) Kalonian Twingrove, and of course you cant have a deck named lost in the woods without Lost in the Woodsalso, with all those lands, put a few x drops in there, such as Endless One, Wurmcalling, Genesis Wave, or Lifeblood Hydra
9 months ago
So, I've been taking in all of these suggestions and trying to narrow things down as far as which cards I'd like in the deck. So, these are the cards I'm considering, how much of each, and why. From there, maybe you guys can help me narrow things down..?
2 Wren's Run Packmaster and 2 Howl of the Night Pack has been a good combo, allowing me to get a lot of deathtouch creatures to block with, or to to discourage enemies from attacking while I build up my elves.
2 Jagged-Scar Archers gets even better with more elves on the field. It'd be a great (and so far, only) defense against any flying, able to deal damage without taking any if needed.
2 Overwhelming Stampede. This. This has actually won me the game many times, giving all of my creatures a great temporary buff and trample, allowing my damage to actually go through.
4 Elvish Archdruid can give me a lot of mana to work with, with an added buff to all elves as well!
2 Ambush Commander pairs greatly with a lot of cards, getting a lot more tokens onto the field. The only 'danger' of this card is the enemy having a board wipe or taking out the lands otherwise, which has happened to me once or twice.
2 Wellwisher. One game, I had two of these out and reached about 100+ life. That was pretty fun.
2 Bramblewood Paragon gives a lot of creatures a good buff, as well as the all-important trample condition.
3 Elvish Promenade gives me a lot of tokens to work with, which helps for both blocking and building things up.
3 Elvish Mystic, 3 Llanowar Elves, and 2 Heritage Druid help greatly with accquiring mana; but with 4 Elvish Archdruid, I don't want too much of these cards, otherwise I'll have more than I need and less cards to actually cast from these guys.
2 Ezuri, Renegade Leader could provide me with both a nice buff and an easy way to regenerate creatures. Great card all-in-all for the cost.
2 Dwynen's Elite gets me another token when casting it. Pretty good, but a lot of other things also give me more tokens as well.
3 Elvish Visionary helps me with card draw, giving me a little more to work with.
Eladamri, Lord of Leaves is a great card, but it seems a little too expensive for my taste, heh.
So, this is my thought process so far as I try to narrow everything down. Thoughts, if any..?
10 months ago
Your deck has 2 of my absolute favourite cards in, Master of the Wild Hunt and Howl of the Night Pack, I think it's awesome so you get a +1 from me! My deck uses both of those cards but is way more passive, Howl of the Wild Hunt