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Target creature you control gains vigilance and trample until end of turn. It deals damage equal to its power to target creature you don't control.
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Nature's Way Discussion
1 week ago
Thinking of potentially reducing the number of Obelisk Spiders and Juvenile Gloomwidows in lieu of more Nyx Weavers, Grisly Salvages, Gather the Packs, and Victimize to capitalize on graveyard shenanigans. Considering swapping Prey Upon and Naturalize for some number of Nature's Ways and Putrefys, although I really like having access to naturalize in casual. Don't know if I should add another one or two Arachnus Webs, if two is enough, or if I should remove them and the Arachnus Spinners entirely. Definitely looking to swap Vivid Grove and a Rootbound Crag for some Savage Lands.
3 weeks ago
EsperHanuman Thanks for the suggestions, I like Vivien Reid because she comes down and just hoses Lyra Dawnbringer. Nature's Way gives trample and since it doesn't fight we don't have to worry about losing a creature. Ancient Animus is a good card, but I feel like I need more legendaries for it to work. I will definitely add Ripjaw Raptor to sideboard, maybe a two of. Yeah I think trimming Gigantosaurus for and extra Vine Mare is worth it or even for Goreclaw, Terror of Qal Sisma.
3 weeks ago
Hi.. I like your build.. my modifications would be:
Trim 1 Gigantosaurus to 3
Adding extra Vine Mare
Adding extra Goreclaw, Terror of Qal Sisma
Adding extra Carnage Tyrant
In sideboard I will consider Ripjaw Raptor to battle Mono-Red
Like those Prowling Serpopard in sideboard
3 weeks ago
I've tried to make the Deathtouch/Viridian Longbow thing work since I started playing magic, its definitely powerful but against non-creature focused strategies it can struggle. I really like how your deck has more solid bodies than the usual 1/1 creatures ive tried in my builds (think Typhoid Rats). Personally I think green works really well with this type of deck, for stuff like Lure and Nature's Way. I would be wary of the decks in modern that don't need creatures to win (or uninteractable creatures like Slippery Bogle, and I would also be wary of decks running stuff like Ensnaring Bridge because black doesnt have many ways to deal with artifacts, and could singlehandedly stop your deck. Splashing green could give you access to stuff like Naturalize as well. Lastly I would have you consider Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx simply because of the current devotion you run.
1 month ago
Perhaps Greenbelt Rampager, Narnam Renegade, Bristling Hydra, or Nature's Way in place of the naturalize. You could also have 1 or 2 pieces of GY hate. I know it isn't as common as it used to be, but Scarab god and GPG decks are on the edge of the meta right now, just waiting for people to forget them. Good luck with the deck!
1 month ago
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3x Channeler Initiate = 15 Cents
3x Chart a Course = 30 Cents
2x Glyph Keeper = 4 Cents
3x Merfolk Branchwalker = 75 Cents
3x Nature's Way = 6 Cents
2x Pull from Tomorrow = 40 Cents
2x Ranging Raptors = 4 Cents
2x River's Rebuke = 30 Cents
2x Scaled Behemoth = 4 Cents
2x Shapers of Nature = 4 Cents
3x Siren Lookout = 4 Cents
2x Spring // Mind = 2 cents
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1 month ago
Very true, though after doing a little testing, Ancient Animus seems to be that card that I would either put into sideboard or not put in at all. I was thinking that placing three of Nature's Way into sideboard instead would be wise and worth a shot, and into a mainboard we can put Territorial Allosaurus making this deck a little more creature intensive. Let me know what you think about that, since my way of thinking is that Rhonas the Indomitable and Rhonas's Monument is enough of trample.
For the other remarks, I have 3 Thrashing Brontodon in the sideboard, I might be able to move them mainboard, but that would mean they would take a spot of Steel Leaf Champion (which is very bad) or Rhonas's Monument (which is more tolerable). I want to do more testing against current top decks to see how this turns out when its sideboarded.
I hate for some reason how Merfolk Branchwalker comes out in this deck. I am afraid to put Drover of the Mighty since if it is put in the mainboard I will have it constantly out on turn 2 and, thus, if opponent goes first (and most probably plays red) will land Goblin Chainwhirler and wipe my Drover of the Mighty. It is not that sad if they wipe my Llanowar Elves since I will have my Steel Leaf Champion on turn two before the Red Beast can come in. Yet I need replacement for Merfolk Branchwalker and since I dropped 3 Ancient Animus and put in only 2 Territorial Allosaurus, I will 4 spots open in the 2 drop spot.
Either way I will post my updates now and I will be grateful to hear your feedback.
1 month ago
I would recommend Drover of the Mighty over Merfolk Branchwalker, and maybe find a way to include Thrashing Brontodon. A T4 Ghalta, Primal Hunger is very easy with this set up. I would also recommend Nature's Way over Ancient Animus since it can give trample to things like Gigantosaurus or Steel Leaf Champion. Even Savage Stomp might work better, as you have enough space for dinos that it would easily come down for just G.