Creature — Elemental
(Blue), Sacrifice Hydromorph Guardian: Counter target spell that targets one or more creatures you control.
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Hydromorph Guardian Discussion
2 months ago
I could see dropping the three more underwhelming storm cards, and the (correct me if im wrong) seemingly pointless flicker effects for better cantrips/counter producers/permanents that counter.
3 months ago
I think that including Sleight of Hand was pretty smart. I immediately recall Bruce Lee's coin swap trick upon seeing its inclusion. Now I'm starting to think about including Hydromorph Guardian in my deck to represent his famous "be like water" speech.
Also, I never noticed until now that the Ice Age art for Adarkar Wastes could easily be viewed as a snowy, Chinese tundra. Just look at that weapon! That's straight out of a Shaolin monastery, I reckon.
This is definitely more functional than mine, but there's plenty of flavor for a spell-slinger like myself to enjoy--a fine balance, I think. Well done!
1 year ago
Grave Titan maybe. One of the most powerful ETB effects and insanely powerful.
Eldrazi Displacer is for the most part a worse Deadeye Navigator as you need colorless specific mana, but if you do add Grave Titan, it goes infinite with that and Ashnod's Altar. You already have a ton of colorless-producing cards.
Meren of Clan Nel Toth for redundancy.
More recurrable counterspells! Ertai, the Corrupted, Hydromorph Guardian, Draining Whelk, Kheru Spellsnatcher, Ghost-Lit Warder, Glen Elendra Archmage, Judge's Familiar, Hisoka, Minamo Sensei, Silumgar Sorcerer, Stronghold Machinist. Most of these I wouldn't really play, as there are better slots, but some of them may be worth it.