Nacatl Outlander

Nacatl Outlander

Creature — Cat Scout

Protection from blue

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Set Rarity
Conflux (CON) Common

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Nacatl Outlander Discussion

Trained_Orggasm on I hate blue

2 years ago

Suggestions: Sirocco, Bloated Toad, Nacatl Outlander

But I dig it man +1

vissell on

2 years ago

Nice deck, really fun to play. Running budget version for now since Nettle Sentinel and Pyroblast are a bit expensive for me. Use 1 more Horned Kavu and 2 Mogg War Marshal rather than it. Also changed 1 Nest Invader and one more sentinel for Jackal Familiar. Works fairly well, considered about expanding it to Naya Zoo but it seems a bit too inconsistent for me.In sideboard running 3 Electrickery 3 Pulse of Murasa 1 Ingot Chewer (because affinity with 0 lands is fun) 1 Nacatl Outlander and 2 Relic of Progenitus.

elan_morin_tedronai on Nath of the STAX-Leaf | cEDH | Primer

3 years ago

Excellent Commander Deck! Actually, I haven't got time to make a pleasentful Commander deck, I am still building one. It is called: Dragon Defender Utopia. It is work in progress, as of now I have 90 cards, including the Commander Scion of the Ur-Dragon, but I am devoted to my other hobby - collecting animal stamps, and I haven't got the time, nor the budget to build it completely, let alone, test it, as I have 22 ready decks for Modern play. Here in Bulgaria, tours for Commander are sometimes Tuesday, and I haven't ready deck, let alone the time to go there. I believe it is Tuesday or Friday and the end of weekend at other places, but I haven't put it on main agenda as I have so many cards and decks to play in Modern perspective. Actually these Tribe of the Elf of my girl-friend is kinda work in progress, but we'll build it in the next couple of months. Look at her Angelic Charioteers. Amazing putting it. Actually the Geist of Saint Traft hasn't been tested, lol :). Recent edition, but she has won a couple of times. My girlfriend also owns Ajani Brimaz Tribe. To be honest, Wizards of the Coast knows of it. They highly praise her decision to play 1 card of a type. Only 2x Fleecemane Lions, Unflinching Courages and Nacatl Outlanders. Everything else - 1 card. She is amazing and the deck has high scores against challenges in Bulgaria. Look at it and the Synergia Tribalia she is using. They told me they are planning to release her deck as a "Duel vs"-version. Kindest: Chavdar

TheDuggernaught on Temur modern

4 years ago

I reference to the comment you made on my Temur deck, it is not that you deck is bad necessarily. It is just unfocused and is on a budget... as compared to my highly tuned deck that is worth close to $2,000. When I first started, my decks didn't look too different from what you have going on here. Mine is also a tap out control deck, while yours will likely be more of a midrangey deck.

As for what suggestions I would make now that we have the archetype hammered out and that you want to keep your Primordial Hydras:

-1 Apocalypse Hydra

-1 Dragonlord Atarka

-2 Mina and Denn, Wildborn

-1 Omnath, Locus of Rage

-2 Rattleclaw Mystic

-2 Savageborn Hydra

-1 Surrak Dragonclaw

-1 Surrak, the Hunt Caller

-2 Temur Charm

-2 Winds of Qal Sisma

-1 Chandra, Flamecaller

-2 Nissa, Worldwaker

-1-2 land

-4 Vexing Devil. I know you like them (and go ahead and disregard this if you really want to keep them)... but they really are not as good in practice as they are on paper. Giving your opponent a choice is usually not what makes a card good as they will always choose the option that is least harmful to them.

-4 Monastery Swiftspear

And then I will touch your sideboard when we get the main board fleshed out. But usually a sideboard is use to solidify match ups which are common in modern. For example, Feed the Clan is very good in the burn match up and is a good example of a sideboard card.

As far as what to add, I am not going to tell you exactly what to add. but rather, give a list of cards that are good (and relatively budget friendly, but you can further narrow down the list as per your tastes and budget) and say roughly how many cards at each cmc slot you should have. In those 27 spots, I would add:

+4 Lightning Bolt (this for sure)

+4 more 1 drops: Experiment One, Servant of the Scale

+9 more 2 drops: Nacatl Outlander, Stormblood Berserker, Viridian Emissary, Coiling Oracle, Scavenging Ooze, River Boa, Burning-Tree Emissary, Heir of the Wilds, Mana Leak, Izzet Charm, Simic Charm, Vines of Vastwood

+5 more 3 drops: Den Protector (Yes, it costs two to cast, but you will probably want to cast it face down which will cost ), Eternal Witness, Savage Knuckleblade, Fanatic of Xenagos Kitchen Finks

+3 more 4 drops: Mystic Snake, Woodland Wanderer, Ghor-Clan Rampager

+2 5+ drops: Outland Colossus, Arbor Colossus, Thragtusk, Hooting Mandrills, Sagu Mauler

Hooting Mandrills could even be thought of as something more like a 3-4 drop. Sometimes even a 1-2 drop if it is late enough in the game.