Nature's Claim

Nature's Claim

Instant

Destroy target artifact or enchantment. Its controller gains 4 life.

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Nature's Claim Discussion

gingerthewritingdog on Tuned Tasigur

3 days ago

2 Copies of Nature's Claim?

Sheldaconda on Arcades - Quarantine King

2 weeks ago

Peoni,

I'll be leaving Curse of Verbosity (love that card) and the interaction in but I do agree I need about 40 more walls in this deck to really fit the theme lol.

I actually had Nature's Claim in the deck up until the last update. Got replaced with Nature's Chant for the time being. Will be doing more play testing to see which works out better.

All about the pillowfort fort cards in this deck so I'll try to find a spot for Crawlspace.

Thank you for the comment and suggestions!

jaymc1130 on Kinnan the Incredibly Frightening

2 weeks ago

From a competitive standpoint the deck is running so little interaction and protection as it stands that it won't ever be able to hold up in competitive settings.

You'll definitely want each of these pieces of interaction in a Kinnan helmed deck at a minimum:

xCounterspell xMental Misstep xDispel xFlusterstorm xMuddle the Mixture xCyclonic Rift xChain of Vapor xNature's Claim xFierce Guardianship xVeil of Summer xPongify/Rapid Hybridization

As it stands that won't be quite enough pieces to consistently have the access to permission and protection elements to remain in a competitive position in most game states and these pieces are worth running much of the time:

xNegate xDelay xInto the Roil/2cmc bounce spells (UG has very limited access to tools that can remove hate pieces from the board that prevent a win like Grafdigger's Cage, Notion Thief, or Narset, Parter of Veils.) xBeast Within

As an additional note about competitive Kinnan builds, you can lose the Dramatic Scepter stuff entirely. There's no need in a Kinnan deck. The most effective and efficient method of generating the infinite combo needed to win is any dork that can produce U and G mana combined with Freed from the Real and Pemmin's Aura. Basalt Monolith is worth running in Kinnan decks because it generates infinite colorless with just Kinnan out on the field also, so you can usually get a couple of Kinnan activations off to dig for Thrasios. For the mana dork complement it's best to stick with BoP, all the 1 cmc tap for G elf dorks, and then a handful of 2 cmc "tap for any color" dorks. The most effective back up infinite mana engines for a Kinnan deck are typically Simic Ragworm or Horseshoe Crab paired with Paradise Mantle and the Monolith (which is often why the deck runs Staff of Domination as an additional outlet that's easy to tutor for in the colors) rather than Dramatic Scepter combo as the Scepter combo relies on density of dorks and rocks to be engaged and this can be more difficult than a less card intensive engine (Crab, Mantle, Kinnan is 3 cards with one from the command zone compared to Kinnan, Dramatic Reversal, Isochron Scepter, 2 mana rocks/dorks at 5 cards to engage) and thus less reliable for the game play patterns Kinnan wants to ideally play from. Shapers of Nature and Thrasios, Triton Hero are the standard outlets that will eventually be found from Kinnan activations that allow you to draw the whole deck. From there winning is easy, so stick to win conditions that are more live than things like Blue Sun's Zenith and run Thassa's Oracle plus a looping mechanism (such as Narset's Reversal and Timetwister or Elixir of Immortality) to use the interaction pieces like Swan Song and Pongify as the win conditions (this helps to avoid other issues too, like not being able to win with Oracle due to Angel's Grace, etc, in addition to improving card slot efficiency). Green Sun's Zenith and Drift of Phantasms are generally considered must runs as tutor options for competitive Kinnan lists, but a good number of quality tutor options are available to provide consistency. Incubation Druid+Vigean Graftmage is somewhat popular as another back up 3 card game winning infinite combo line.

Peoni on Arcades - Quarantine King

2 weeks ago

I decree that by running Curse of Verbosity you are encouraging your opponents to spread their germs and break social distancing regulations, and that neither very responsible of you, nor is it something a good noodle would do.

Actually now that I think about it you should just take all of your interaction out of this deck to fit the theme. No counters, no removal, no nothin. Just walls.

Now as for playable additions to this deck I'd recommend Crawlspace as an addition to your pillowfort. This is also a personal thing but I'd prefer Nature's Claim over either Krosan Grip or Return to Nature. Cheaper, negligible drawback, and it does basically the same thing. It's a preference thing though so it's all up to you.

Nice fun and fair deck. I like it. :^)

unwucht on Elven Warfare

3 weeks ago

Split Second is a sweet ability that can enable really some impressive removals. In my experience Nature's Claim performs better in about 75% of the cases, though. On the other hand, elven decks usually do not have significant mana shortage, so the higher CMC should not bother too much.

C3Bito on Shalai Voice of Bad Decisions

3 weeks ago

I would suggest Sigarda, Host of Herons as its an angel and protects your board. Also when able to upgrade some of your removal and interaction pieces for more in green like Nature's Claim. I would also suggest more land ramp such as Cultivate and Nature's Lore. Depending on what you are doing Armageddon is fun but may hurt your own strat as well, so maybe changing to a different boardwipe like Wrath of God for flavor or Wave of Vitriol to have something different. Also captain sisay is great for the amount of legends you run, but think about more tutors for creatures so you can get your board state presence up really quickly, or be able to find the two pieces of Gisela and Bruna easier. If you can afford it maybe an Enlightened Tutor for enchantments, Worldly Tutor or Rishkar's Expertise or Life's Legacy for creature tutor. Also just neat draw spells since green white doesn't have a lot of draw might be Return of the Wildspeaker or Harmonize. Harmonize is undervalued but it is a solid draw 3 in green for 4 mana with no conditions, and return of the wildspeaker is versatile since you can use ot for draw or to buff your angels and swing in for big damage. I hope this helps in your deck building!

bamichinees on The old ways (WIP)

3 weeks ago
  1. Staples:
  2. Maybe:
    • Protection:
      • Sylvan Safekeeper : Creature protection.
      • Veil of Summer : Counterspell protection. Protection against blue and black removal. Most common cards with removal (although meta dependent).
  3. Cut:

Staple cards are cards I recommend obtaining and using, since they are almost always good cards to have in any green deck. The rest is up to preference and should be taken with a grain of salt. I hope I could be of some use to you.

Peoni on Rampage!!!!!

3 weeks ago

Okay, sorry for the delay. Was in the middle of a move.

So first I think some degree of stack interaction would benefit this deck. I don't know what your meta is like, but dealing with enemy control could be a serious pain as you try to establish yourself, so cards like Pyroblast, Red Elemental Blast, Deflecting Swat (or other efficient redirect effects), or even Veil of Summer and Vexing Shusher (use this guy!) could prove to be worth the card slots when the game comes down to protecting your board state or making sure one of your spells resolves.

As for general upgrades I would consider adding in more removal like Beast Within and swap out Wilt for Nature's Claim for the cheaper cost because I feel like the cycling isn't super necessary and 4 life is insignificant. Then, if losing the cycling really bothers you, you can throw in Runic Armasaur for some really sweet card draw that also fits your theme. Additionally, for some pseudo card draw that also has the potential to mess with your opponent's hands AND is most definitely a puzzle, there's Teferi's Puzzle Box. It's a wheel that keeps on wheeling.. sort of. I would recommend potentially adding in more land destruction like Wildfire, Decree of Annihilation, or Obliterate along with recursion for yourself through stuff like Life from the Loam, Ramunap Excavator, Crucible of Worlds, and Titania, Protector of Argoth. Speaking of her, Priest of Titania could probably replace Llanowar Visionary, and along with that, more cheap elf mana dorks i.e. Llanowar Elves and Fyndhorn Elves would do you a lot of good. If you go the MLD route stepping your ramp up is gonna be really important so you can rebuild your board before your opponents can (which is also why you have land recursion), so you might want stuff like Utopia Sprawl, Wild Growth, Carpet of Flowers, or even Exploration if you can swing it. Finally for some additional creature-based wincons, we could put in Conspicuous Snoop + Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker as well as Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker + Zealous Conscripts . To tutor for these you could use Goblin Recruiter to fetch Kiki-Jiki and Snoop, or Imperial Recruiter to tutor for a specific creature you need or just use him to get his gobbo friend and then assemble your win. Some additional misc. cards you might find fun and want to consider: Magus of the Moon, Bane of Progress, Null Rod, Trinisphere, Urabrask the Hidden, Woodland Bellower, Vorinclex, Voice of Hunger (don't do this to your friends lol), Ruination, Jokulhaups, and Root Maze.

Not all of this is going to fit in the budget you gave me, I just wanted to give you a lot of options and potentially stuff that you can build toward in the future if you decide you want to really invest in this deck. Hope this helps. :^)

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