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Creature — Werewolf
Other Werewolf and Wolf creatures you control get +1/+1.
At the beginning of your end step, put a 2/2 green Wolf token onto the battlefield.
At the beginning of each upkeep, if a player cast two or more spells last turn, transform Howlpack Alpha.
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Howlpack Alpha Discussion
1 month ago
Huntmaster power comes from Flipping to one side then back Immerwolf stops him from flipping. Ravager of the Fells with Immerwolf out is little more then 5/5 with trample for 4 CMC nothing to write home about. That said Howlpack Alpha + Immerwolf has you putting a 4/4 wolf at the end of your turn as long as they stay on the field. Back when IDS/RTR standard I ran with WW and ended up taking out Huntmasters's favoring quick aggro deck that punished your land go opponent and out fogged (Moonmist) aggro.
7 months ago
I think Silverfur Partisan should def be a 4 of since it synergizes so well with your creatures.
I think some of the enchantment are either unnecessary or can be upgraded to enchantments that synergize with your deck. I would drop the Blood Mist, Gruul War Chant, and Gift of Paradise for stuff like Howlpack Resurgence and Full Moon's Rise.
Here are some cards that are budget friendly I would find room for:
For options that are above budget:
9 months ago
1 year ago
Is there a reason you are not using Huntmaster of the Fells Flip? I would think he would be amazing in a werewolf tribal deck. Howlpack Resurgence might be worth considering in the deck. Between it, Immerwolf and Howlpack Alpha Flip you would have 12 werewolf anthems and trample to push that extra damage through.
None of the links you posted are working, can you summarize the local meta you are facing?
1 year ago
1 year ago
Love the idea behind this deck :)
One thing I would snap cut from this list is the Packmaster - by my count on this list you only have 4 Elves total + Rhys so it could be a dead draw alot of the time. And from your maybe board I definetly bring in the Earthcraft + Squirrel Nest + Cathar's Crusade combo. Im personally not a fan of primal vigor since im greedy and want to keep all the doubled tokens for myself so Id also consider axing that for something like Intangible Virtue because big vigilant squirrels or goats.
If you specifically want to stay with forest creatures only - Master of the Wild Hunt is an option - especially with the number of other ways you have to make wolves.
Also since you're playing Squirrel Wrangler you may want to consider Crucible of Worlds or Titania, Protector of Argoth to combo more with it. I know Titania makes the wrong tokens to be on theme but Crucible will at least let you buyback the lands you're sac'ing to create your squirrel army.
1 year ago
Snap157 It could potentially boost this deck, but the card seems a bit slow. Also, he is neither a wolf nor a werewolf so he will not be getting many of my buffs. I will consider it though, but at first glance he might do a better job in standard.
Shimdom It is a bit sad that I cannot continue to flip Huntmaster of the Fells Flip if there is a Immerwolf in play. But a 4/4 trampler, a 2/2, 2 life, 2 player damage and a chance to kill a creature is still very good for 4 mana. Also the Immerwolf is needed for this deck to function properly. I would rather let the Howlpack Alpha Flip pump tokens than letting all my wolves flip back by not including Immerwolf. Because of this I usually just keep both of them in the deck, and sideboard for the other cards as needed.
1 year ago
Fartface31 yeah, it's a little expensive and slow compared to the rest of the deck, but it's good for later turns if the game drags on to give you a creature advantage and it's not so easily removed since you should have some buffs from things like Immerwolf and Howlpack Alpha Flip and defensive plays like Spirit of the Hunt and Full Moon's Rise. The biggest danger for it is having all your tokens bounced and being defenseless. Which is kind of why I steered away from that overall. Maybe he'll move to sideboard, we'll see how often he ends up in my hand and I'll wish I had something else haha.
zigwa I really like Silverfur Partisan but Spirit of the Hunt I just really like for the defensive plays, in particular attacking someone drawing blockers and then buffing to survive although once he's on the field there's not a lot of benefit you're right. Silverfur Partisan could actually be a good sideboard card to play opposite Wolfbriar Elemental if I'm playing someone with a lot of single target removal. We'll see with some more play testing.