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Leviathan Legal
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Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
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Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
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Planechase Legal
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Pauper Legal
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Innistrad (ISD) Common

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Transform all Humans. Prevent all combat damage that would be dealt this turn by creatures other that Werewolves and Wolves.

Moonmist Discussion

Akromathia on Werewolves - Beleji Sirieten (3.0)

1 week ago


Reckless Waif  Flip has always been part of the “maybe list” for this deck. I really like her, but in practice she was usually “dead meat”. She would die so easily that sometimes she was not even worth the trouble. In comparison Village Messenger  Flip had haste and evasion once transformed, this replacing her for good. Now with the inclusion of Rhythm of the Wild , she is way more appealing, and she has been moved to the side board. This lets me “transform” the deck into a way more aggro deck if needed, replacing some 3 or 4 mana drops.

Again, on Moonmist , great card, but not as good as a remove spell on the spot, or that burn spell that gets the last couple of life points off your opponent. However I have found it to be an amazing sideboard option.

I have been testing Wolfbitten Captive  Flip extensively. So far the results are a mixed bag, but I am definitely considering to add him as a main deck or at least as a side deck option.

Thank you very much.

Akromathia on Werewolves - Beleji Sirieten (3.0)

1 week ago


Solitary Hunter  Flip is there for the extra punch that gives the deck later in the game. What should I replace it with? Wolfbitten Captive  Flip?.

Moonmist is great indeed, however I have found myself needing more the spot removal. While playing the deck, I usually mix 1-3 copies of this for the second or third match depending on the kind of deck I am facing. If I were to put it in the main, what would it replace?

Thank you.


3 weeks ago

I've got two for you.

First deck idea is a deck that tries to benefit from being hellbent, using cards like Brink of Madness , Gibbering Descent and Null Brooch , as well as cards with madness.

The second deck idea is a deck that focuses on transforming cards, mainly by using Moonmist and Waxing Moon to transform cards that would normally have hard transform conditions (like the planeswalker creatures, Chandra, Fire of Kaladesh  Flip, etc). The deck must include a way to cheat Azor's Gateway  Flip to transform (i.e. using Xenograft / Arcane Adaptation and Mycosynth Lattice / March of the Machines with Moonmist / Waxing Moon ).

AdvancedSteelGuard on Werewolves

3 months ago

Of all the mythical creatures werewolves were, for as long I can remember, my favorite of all the species.

My problem for the transform mechanic of this game is that I play 4v4 edh and everyone is always casting spells. Is there a way to reduce my opponents resources or abilities to cast spells?

Also is there anymore cards like Moonmist or Waxing Moon that can transform cards?

Or cards like Immerwolf to keep them transform?

I have not picked the General yet.

I have no specific color in mind (although gruul seems to be the best pick or at the very least a color combination that can include gruul).

No limit in the budget, old cards, new cards, cheap and new cards are all accepted.

wallisface on "Grandma why is your tongue green ?"

4 months ago

Consider some Moonlight Hunt to deal with threats your opponent plays (otherwise it’s just a race).

Moonmist might also be worth a thought. Although you don’t benefit from the transform nonsense, it does protect your doggos while also potentially putting your opponent in a strange situation mid-attack/block. Feels better than Privileged Position.

CasualCucumber on Werewolves - Beleji Sirieten (3.0)

5 months ago

I would personally cut Solitary Hunter  Flip.

Wolfbitten Captive  Flip is a nice turn one card and Moonmist should be moved from your sideboard to your main deck.

DragonKing90 on Wolf/werewolf budget deck

5 months ago

Moonmist is actually a pretty good combat trick. wait until an opponent attacks you, then Moonmist and block.

BlackoutX on Wolf/werewolf budget deck

5 months ago

I know Moonmist is necessary to run the deck consistently witch makes the deck kinda annoying to play.

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