Kraken Hatchling


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Battlebond (BBD) Common
Modern Masters 2017 Edition (MM3) Common
Magic 2013 (M13) Common
Zendikar (ZEN) Common

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Kraken Hatchling

Creature — Kraken

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Kraken Hatchling Discussion

TheVectornaut on Dastardly Designs #1: Nautical Nonsense

6 months ago

I'd love to play a crabmander deck.

Tidal Totem is a really interesting design, but I wonder if kraken should be included. Aside from maybe Kraken Hatchling, I find it hard to imagine any of the colossal kraken hanging around tidal regions even at high tide. Kraken also have a fair amount of support already, and I guess octopus do as well. Anyway, I was thinking Homarid would be a great alternative type. Like crabs, these crustaceans could really use some support. Maybe WOTC thinks so too since Homarid Explorer was just released.

Loyaldingo on Don Quixote

7 months ago

First off the pun, though grammatically inaccurate, is terrific. Second, I suggest that you switch out Kraken Hatchling for four copies of Ludevic's Test Subject  Flip or Gomazoa due to their synergy with Doorkeeper.

Skjoldschoennemann on A Caravan of Camel Bois

7 months ago

I Don't know if it ruins the consistency, but have you considered splashing blue for Kraken Hatchling and Sidisi's Faithful?

Maybe even black for Disowned Ancestor. Going into other colors also allows you to play God-Pharaoh's Faithful.

I would also suggest Perimeter Captain in the sideboard against decks that are more aggressive than yours (I know there is few).

Kvothesixstring on Need suggestions for an Ultimatum ...

10 months ago

My suggestion to you is to make this deck blue.

Play play sets of pila-pala, Grand Architect, Mycosynth Golem and Mycosynth Lattice. - that's probably the best way to get enough mana out fast enough to make this work. But it's also expensive as all get out, so the next option is to play cards like Kraken Hatchling Yoked Ox Wall of Fog - then I would run cards like Sprouting Thrinax Captured Sunlight and basically anything else that has "cascade." Then play cards like Oracle of Bones anything that can get you a card for free is good.

Cause honestly the ultimatum cards are too expensive to be used regularly.

OpenFire_V2 on Demonic Maniac Two Card Infinite Combo BUDGET

10 months ago

Yeah, there are a lot of broken cards for cheap you can get. I would recommend against playing Kraken Hatchling and Fog Bank because why spend mana on not dying (and cards that only protect a little against not dying) when you could just play some Dark Ritual and Lotus Petal and go off on turn 1. I also have a folder with a bunch of similar power decks which I added this deck too so maybe you could get some inspiration from that

stevo_bo_bevo on

10 months ago

The flying kraken theme is sick!!

First of all, I just discovered that Standard is not the format we normally play. Vintage is our format, so you'll want to change that to get an accurate list of illegal cards that you might have in the deck.

Consider finding blue cards to replace the green & white ones. The non-basic lands were a clever choice, but I don't think they give you good enough odds.

Your average creature cost is still pretty high. Even if you started the game with 7 lands, you would only be able to play one creature per turn...once you're 7 turns into the game. Consider EITHER finding a wider variety of low cost sea monsters -- Reef Worm is awesome! -- OR adding spells that let you search your library for lands.

Deep-Sea Kraken & Tidal Kraken seem repetitive. Also remember that Flying creatures can only be blocked by other Flying creatures or creatures w/ Reach, so it will usually be unnecessary for your krakens to be unblockable + flying (using Aerial Formation, Aboshan's Desire, etc).

Decide what goal you want your Instants & Sorceries to accomplish. Should they let you accumulate land by drawing cards? Should they buff your creatures? Should there be such a strong focus on defensive, counter spells? If you only have one card for each of these goals, you probably won't be able to pull it off.

Even though it seems cool to have a deck with one of every Kraken, you could build a much more powerful deck using specific strategies of just a few Krakens. Thing in the Ice  Flip seems awesome! Defensive strategy in early game, then transition to huge offensive mid-game. Perhaps you could have 4 of those by getting rid of the Kraken Hatchlings.

For collector value and cool purposes, you could still order one of each Kraken to put in a binder LOL. Most of the cards are cheap, you can see their prices by clicking the orange shopping cart icons on the right site of the screen in this site.

lithium142 on Ula's Quest Combo

1 year ago

I'll do some research for you. This is a deck style I've tried to work with before. I like Kraken Hatchling. A couple copies of Spellskite or Kira, the Great Glass-Spinner would make your endgame only stoppable via a board wipe.

I'll look into it more later, but Vapor Snag, Cryptic Command, and I comepletely forgot about Reality Shift.

Funkydiscogod on Ula's Quest Combo

1 year ago

Pandemonium or Electropotence might be amusing, but not great in a monoblue deck.

What about Kraken Hatchling as an early blocker?

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