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Monstrous Onslaught deals X damage divided as you choose among any number of target creatures, where X is the greatest power among creatures you control as you cast Monstrous Onslaught.
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Monstrous Onslaught Discussion
3 weeks ago
Well this is definitely a new take on Progenitus and I like it! Progenitus energy?! Never thought to do that. I am working on a Steampunk deck that plays artifacts and energy with Ramos the Tank Engine dragon as its commander ... but this is just weird and wonderful. A giant Hydra working with energy ... you really have got imagination. I do have a few suggestions you might find worthy of consideration. Monstrous Onslaught is worthy due to the amount of creatures you play. Since you play with energy, Consulate Turret should be a worthy candidate to go into this deck. Lifecrafter's Bestiary permits card draw. But ... other than that I have no idea what you are going for.
Hope these suggestions have helped and I would love it if you have a look at my Greek mythology deck, which has Progenitus as commander.
6 months ago
Try to ramp as much as possible and some landfall creatures like Rampaging Baloths can bring great benefit of such sorceries even in late game. Also some mass removal like Monstrous Onslaught for mono green can be a bless.
For instants you might like to look at Evolution Charm, Setessan Tactics, Crushing Vines and Krosan Grip. In case your meta has lots of boardwipes consider Wrap in Vigor and Fresh Meat for cheap options.
Feel free to pass by my profile and check my Ghalta deck
7 months ago
Your deck is a touch weak on card advantage. By which I mean there isn't any. I see a couple things you could do. Cut the Elvish Visionarys and Monstrous Onslaught and pick up either A) 1-2x Rishkar's Expertise, or B) 3x Elemental Bond.
8 months ago
11 months ago
Love the deck! Don't know if you missed the card Monstrous Onslaught, but it seems too insanely good to not play it. It's basically a green onesided board wipe in this deck!
1 year ago
You could maybe play a Monstrous Onslaught in the sideboard against slower creature-based decks
1 year ago
Anything on the battlefield is a permanent. If you chose any creatures controlled by that opponent as targets for Monstrous Onslaught ("divided as you choose among any number of target creatures") then it can be countered by their Turn Aside.
1 year ago
Had an ulvynwald hydra on the board 11/11 played Monstrous Onslaught chose the hydra's power to deal the damage and opponent played Turn Aside. My dispute is that the text says counterspell that would target A permanent you control.