Jungle Lion

Jungle Lion

Creature — Cat

Jungle Lion can't block.

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Set Rarity
Masters Edition III (ME3) Common
Portal (POR) Common

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Format Legality
Legacy Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Noble Legal
Highlander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Leviathan Legal

Jungle Lion Discussion

nayrash5 on Cat Plains

1 year ago

You need more mountains to get the most out of Wild Nacatl, having just 1 means you'll rarely ever see it in game, and using Evolving Wilds to grab it seems really wasteful. I would cut the Nacatls and the Mountains for more consistent mana. You have way too many lands in general, in a 60 card deck you really don't need more than 24 unless you're playing that really requires a lot of lands, like a ramp deck. Savannah Lions is worth being a 4 of, it's a really strong creature for one mana. Jazal Goldmane is a good 1 off to pump the entire team into a big push. Jungle Lion is Savannah Lions but in green, which is good for the aggressive game plan you're using. I'm not really a fan of Jareth or Phantom Nishoba since you'll likely either win or be close to it by the time you get to 6-7 mana, they can be cut for cards of lower mana costs that help you attack with more cheap cards, like Oreskos Swiftclaw This is a pretty solid list for a first couple attempts, better than any of my early lists.

5finga on G/R Ponza

1 year ago

probably this ones is better than Jungle Lion & Arbor Elf

Young Wolf & Werebear

JonAvon on Jungle Cats

2 years ago

I like the deck concept a lot. I'd suggest to reduce the number of Regenerations in favour or more low cmc creatures, as they only clog your hand if you don't have a valid target; plus, you may want more creatures to keep the fight going anyway.

Given your thematic choice for this deck, it is not easy to find more creatures to squeeze in, but… Why not considering some from 5th Edition and the first Portal series? They were both contemporaneous to the Mirage block. Jungle Lion would be a great addition.

sylvannos on Ixalan Spoilers

2 years ago

I actually like the 3/3 but only in Legacy where I could build a really shitty, janky, old-school Mono-Green Stompy deck with Rogue Elephants, Mtenda Lion, Jungle Lion, Invigorate, Berserk, and so on.

Just play 9 lands, Land Grant, and Elvish Spirit Guide to dump my entire hand on the table turn 1 and start smacking things. Giving your opponent extra lands isn't really going to matter if you go Invigorate -> Berserk -> Berserk on your 3/3!

The7thBobba on

3 years ago

Whilst it's not a very good card, it certainly is a lion: Guardian Lions. Also, Jamuraan Lion could actually offer some tactical advantage. An early beater could be Jungle Lion. Marisi's Twinclaws looks good and oacks some power. If your opponent doesn't play blue Mtenda Lion pscks a punch (sidenote: quite a few cheap green critters that psck a pinch for a small drawback. I'm seeing potential for a green deck that plays as a red deck). Nylea's Emissary is rediculously majestic. Pride of Lions has lion in the name, and the possibility of being a game-ender. Spirit of the Hearth might be manaheavy, but damn!

That's it for creatures from me. I'll get back to you on noncreatures