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Creature — Cat Warrior
Nacatl War-Pride must be blocked by exactly one creature if able.
Whenever Nacatl War-Pride attacks, put X tokens that are copies of Nacatl War-Pride onto the battlefield tapped and attacking, where X is the number of creatures defending player controls. Exile the tokens at the beginning of the next end step.
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Nacatl War-Pride Discussion
1 week ago
Hey, so i finally found some time to look this up. It looks really good, especially for the budget, outside of the suggestions I already made. Grab a Lurking Predators it's a fantastic card, and it fits your theme of cheating creatures out. Genesis Hydra is another great card that fits the bill as well. I would consider Champion of Lambholt, this creature would get insanely big in your deck and would make all your creatures unlockable at the same time. If you can find the budget for it, pick up Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx, it's a staple in mono colored decks and would help your mana generation immensely, especially if you throw in Nacatl War-Pride. Lastly I would drop the less than stellar nonbasic you're running like Tranquil Thicket, Jungle Basin, Fertile Thicket, Hollow Trees, Llanowar Reborn, and Sapseep Forest and replace them with land grab spells like Cultivate, Nature's Lore, and Skyshroud Claim. I'd throw in Karametra's Acolyte as well, she's a beast for mana generation. Overall though it's a great start. Keep up the good work!
1 week ago
Half of those are in already, but I'm liking what I see in the other half. I'll see about making room for Thunderfoot Baloth, Selvala's Stampede, Rishkar's Expertise, and Nacatl War-Pride. My main concern with my Yisan deck as it stands right now is that between Yisan, Hibernation's End, Elemental Bond, Garruk's Packleader, etc. I might have a little TOO much draw. However, I'm scared to take any of it out. Some part of my instincts scream whenever I try.
1 week ago
Yisan is a great card, my only problem is that he can only creatures with cmc equal to the number or verse counters, not equal or less. That's the only reason i don't run him. As for some good green cards that are budget friendly, there's a lot. Nacatl War-Pride is one of my favorites. Rampaging Baloths is great, so is Pathbreaker Ibex. Arbor Colossus, Elderscale Wurm, Engulfing Slagwurm, Foe-Razer Regent, Greenwarden of Murasa, Oran-Rief Hydra, Regal Force, Siege Behemoth, Thunderfoot Baloth, Nature's Lore, Skyshroud Claim, Rishkar's Expertise, Selvala's Stampede, Harmonize, any of the Garruk or Nissa planeswalkers that are affordable. There's a bunch more, but I'm tired and need to go to bed. If you need ideas for cards that do specific things that are budget friendly let me know and I'd be happy to help
2 weeks ago
Thanks for the comment. This is a go wide deck that is sorta token-ish, which is why I originally had it in here. Alongside the two creatures you mentioned the enchantment plays well with Rampaging Baloths, Garruk Wildspeaker, Oviya Pashiri, Sage Lifecrafter, Arachnogenesis and Wolfbriar Elemental, not to mention the fact that Nacatl War-Pride + Parallel Lives basically says "eliminate target player". That being said, it is a bit of an awkward card in this deck and probably will be taken out eventually.
I have been considering Bane of Progress, but I already pack 8 other ways (3 of them are mass removal) to interact with problematic artifacts and enchantments so I was hesitent to add another.
Primeval Bounty is one of those trap commander cards IMO. It seems really good on paper, but never performs well in real life.
I have been considering some haste enablers like Concordant Crossroads, or additional land animators like Natural Affinity, or including Nissa, Worldwaker in the list as they all promote my deck theme. I just need to figure out how hard I want to go into beating down with lands (which this is Jolrael...so pretty hard I guess haha)
1 month ago
If there are multiple requirements and restrictions to take into account when declaring attackers/blockers, you have to make a declaration that maximizes the number of requirements being fulfilled without violating any restrictions. The first ability on Nacatl War-Pride and the token copies it creates is a requirement and the first ability on Mirri, Weatherlight Duelist is a restriction. In your example the only legal declaration of blockers your opponent can make is to block the War Pride (or one of the token copies) with one creature.
1 month ago
There doesn't seem to be a contradiction here. Mirri, Weatherlight Duelist says that the opponent can't block with more than one creature and Nacatl War-Pride says it has to be blocked by one creature if able, it is able (assuming nothing else os going on), so the War-Pride is blocked by one creature and nothing else is blocked.
1 month ago
The ability of Mirri, Weatherlight Duelist when attacking states that each opponent can't block with more than one creature. However if i'm also attacking with Nacatl War-Pride it must be blocked by exactly one creature, which would appear to be a replacement effect for mirri?
1 month ago
One card I really like in Rhys as a token producer is Nacatl War-Pride. By copying the tokens with Rhys you get token copies that produce more copies and that don't get exiled at end of turn. In addition, they can divert your opponent's blockers in order to let the rest of your horde get through unopposed.