Kalonian Twingrove

Legality

Format Legality
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Magic 2015 (M15) Rare

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Kalonian Twingrove

Creature — Treefolk Warrior

Kalonian Twingrove's power and toughness are each equal to the number of Forests you control.

When Kalonian Twingrove enters the battlefield, put a green Treefolk Warrior creature token onto the battlefield with "This creature's power and toughness are each equal to the number of forests you control."

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Kalonian Twingrove Discussion

ersatz_olorin on Ghalta commander budget deck

1 month ago

Dauntless Dourbark, Dungrove Elder, and Kalonian Twingrove all get huge in this deck.

Strap Blanchwood Armor or Primal Bellow onto Ghalta to cruise into victory.

Hi_diddly_ho_neighbor on The Skund Nature Preserve

1 month ago

WalkingIllusion - That is extremely evil and I love it. I was planning on using Jolrael as a way to hold my opponents' lands hostage in response to board wipes, but the ability to do it myself is actually hilarious. I'll have to think about it though since people get very salty against land destruction, but having a nuclear option like that is awesome.

babushkasara - I honestly hadn't even considered the indestructible lands, good catch! The amount of forests I control no longer really matters now that I have removed both Dungrove Elder and Kalonian Twingrove, but even if those two were in the deck, I think the indestructible lands are worth it.

I had considered some of the permanent land animation cards you suggested, but I am hesitant with those as I am opening myself of for removal. The only time I really plan on animating is at the most opportune moment to overrun someone. That being said, with the indestructible lands then those cards become better.

I agree that replacing Natural Affinity with Sylvan Awakening seems like the best option. Rowen looks great as well with the number of basics I am running.

Thanks for the suggestions you two!

Ser1ousGaM3r on Ghalta Stompy-Storm!

2 months ago

I love the idea of the deck! Even tho usually I play blue, this deck seems fun and powerful even without storming off. I've been playtesting this and the 10 lands that produce only colorless hurt itself and slow down the deck. Also the biggest problem in my opinion is the low land count. I usually would only get 1-2 lands and if one of them was colorless it was very slow. In order to get to the 4-5 mana Ramp spells you need more lands. Lastly, since their are only 20 Forests, Kalonian Twingrove becomes much worse from my experience in playtesting. Love this idea. Its competely unique from other Ghalta deck I've seen.

DanowarElf on Not-So-Jolly Green Giant

3 months ago

Mooncalf1988 - Thanks for the suggestions! I just changed the commander like two days ago and I'm definitely still tweaking it so this helps a ton. I think rather than try to race Ghalta out as quickly as possible, he's mainly just a guaranteed 12/12 for 2 mana whenever I want. The fact that he is able to semi avoid commander tax is pretty broken. I played it this weekend as/is and let me tell you, it felt nice to pay 8 mana for two 10/10s (Kalonian Twingrove and ten Forests) and a 12/12 trample, haha! I'll take a look at your list too! Peace :)

Firebones675 on Mono Green Land Matters

3 months ago

If you're looking for a budget replacement for Oracle of Mul Daya, you could try Courser of Kruphix. They both work really nicely with shuffle effects like Rampant Growth. Top card a land? Play it! Not a land, shuffle your deck and reveal a new top card for a second chance.

Here are a few other cards with landfall or care about the number of lands you have: Kalonian Twingrove, Avenger of Zendikar, Oran-Rief Hydra, Rampaging Baloths, Undergrowth Champion, Tireless Tracker.

Also another thing you can potentially consider are fetchlands and their variants like Windswept Heath, Terramorphic Expanse, Evolving Wilds etc. While they are usually used in multicolor decks, it means you get 2 landfall triggers (one for the fetchland and one for the forest)

ersatz_olorin on

4 months ago

Dauntless Dourbark for maximum smash, Everbark Shaman for crazy ramp (notice that doesn't say basic lands, get duals and shocks if they're in your budget and if not you can still grab murmuring bosk), and Leaf-Crowned Elder is insane.

Treefolk Seedlings and Kalonian Twingrove are two more smash-tastic creatures

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