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Tribal Enchantment — Treefolk Aura
Enchanted creature is a 0/4 Treefolk with no abilities.
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1 week ago
hkhssweiss Thanks for the suggestion! I'd love to make space for Momentous Fall by removing Garruk, Primal Hunter , but the latter has a lot of value in case of board wipe. What would replace the Lignify and Natural Order for?
1 week ago
1 week ago
For mono white weenie approach, Jazal Goldmane would definitely be fun. Definitely a fan, I would support it hands down. Jazal can pump all your weenies and it's pretty open ended how you want to build your go wide strategy, enables a lot of choices and not as narrow and Kytheon or Anafenza.
For mono , my friend had an Etali deck, it's really simple and linear albeit. It's pretty much running extra combat steps, land destruction if you choose to go that route, and ramp. It will get boring fairly quick and you will hate cards like Song of the Dryads , Lignify , Darksteel Mutation , and Imprisoned in the Moon type of cards. Kazuul is interesting and can be unexpected shenanigans, maybe swarm approach?
1 week ago
You can consider adding in cards like Mystic Remora , Rhystic Study , Luminarch Ascension , Smothering Tithe , Lignify , Darksteel Mutation , Nature's Will ...oh man there are actually plenty of options.
You can take a look at my decklist for any inspiration:
Commander / EDH
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Feel free to ask for any help or advice!
2 weeks ago
No problem goldlion! You know your meta the best!
Yeah the meta I come from is super high paced and competitive so everything that comes in mind is all about efficiency, disruption, and protection.
In regards to your response, as I said earlier you know your meta the best, I personally don't like one time use effects for long term board state as I like the reuseability of an effect more than burst advantage unless the burst advantage gives an overwhelming board state. I see your reasoning behind most of the cards I selected to consider taking out. If you are worried about indestructible and hexproof creatures, luckily enough we do have answers for them. If they aren't hexproof here are a couple suggestions.
Now for the hexproof creatures, well we only have a couple ways to deal with them. First and foremost is mass bouncing like Evacuation , another way to deal with them is to use cards similar to Reins of Power to steal their creatures and than get rid of them. The alternative way is to run effects like Arcane Lighthouse to make them lose their hexproof so that you can target them with removals. Other than those the only way is countering them, but since you are only able to run three of them that is a low percentage.
For your shuffle effect since you are gaining a lot of mana, it's not really a budget option but the Eldrazi's are an option to prevent yourself from milling out or reusing cards again. I would recommend Kozilek, Butcher of Truth as he provides CA as well as shuffle effect.
Now for the next part... Prophet of Kruphix is broken, since you are able to play with it again. Use her to your heart's content. It is why I said it will be beautiful with Deadeye, you can use more effects that abuse ETB or LTB triggers. Cards like Mystic Snake will gain more value and be able to be reuseable as long you have open mana. Slithermuse also is fun this way in conjunction with your Psychosis Crawler . The worrying part on your curve also wouldn't matter as 6 CMC for a card that does give you advantage shouldn't matter as also you have access to flash from two sources and you also play in a slower meta.
Lastly, Pemmin's Aura is an absolute house imo. Giving it protection as well as pump and tap/untap abilities all on one cards is pretty bonkers. The thing I love about it the most is that it gives your creature shroud on demand, and if your opponents have multiple kill spells you can also in response activate it as many times to protect itself.
Hope that helps buddy!
3 weeks ago
Hi_diddly_ho_neighbor: Thank you very much good sir, I appreciate the kind words!! Hopefully one day you join the dark side and embrace combos. :)
Winding Canyons : The deck is actually not starved of this ability. In fact, if you think about it, Command Beacon being on the chopping block is a really good indicator of it. The reason why is because getting rid of Yeva is never a factor because I always unload my hand in response to that removal and she is never out unless I have stuff worthy of being played. That land might be going out for Sunscorched Desert as a Plan D wincon since I don't need Shaman of Forgotten Ways to have haste for me to win at instant speed.
Polukranos, World Eater : My heart breaks. He was in the earlier iterations of the deck as a finisher with Kamahl, Fist of Krosa , unfortunatedly Somberwald Stag eliminated the need for both and it still kills Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir and Linvala, Keeper of Silence (which Polukranos, can't). Meanwhile, I already have Lignify , Song of the Dryads , and Beast Within to deal with them. Torpor Orb has no longer posed as much of a threat with the current state of the deck tbh.
Gaea's Herald : I truly wish I could replace the cat for herald, but as it stands, I play against 3 blue players and it sucks to see a secondary counter which happens quite often actually. Prowling Serpopard is definite security against that.
Once again, thank you very much and for the upvote!
DiverDown: Honestly, I was completely out of my element regarding an approachable budget list, cause I didn't know what that was exactly. Abzkaban was kind enough to point me in a good direction and I personally didn't know whether $200 was too much or not. I'm glad of the amount of people that came out of the woodworks to defend the $200 price tag. Made me feel like I hit the right number at $2 a card. I would love to see the lists you're referring to, btw! To return the favor and I am always down to see a new list. :D
I'm glad you enjoyed both variants of the deck, I worked obsessively long on it, that it is just a delight to read all the positive comments.
Thank you all!! :D
3 weeks ago
3 weeks ago
For "removal" options in green and blue I'm a huge fan of dropping a Lignify , Song of the Dryads , and Imprisoned in the Moon on someone's commander. Doesn't kill but it forces your opponent to find an answer to destroy the enchantment or their own commander just to be able to use it again which is arguably better in my opinion.
Lignify occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.04%
GWU (Bant): 0.06%