Creature — Hag
Lifelink (Whenever this creature deals damage, you gain that much life.)
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Nip Gwyllion Discussion
4 days ago
My suggestions would be: Get Bruna, the Fading Light.If you want to run enchantments run Edge of the Divinity + Nip Gwyllion for swing also Hyena Umbra and Ethereal Armor.If you run lifelink always use Cradle of Vitality which can end up with you having 500 hp (Also sideboard something against infect).For removal Swords to Plowshares, for control Deathbringer Liege or Null Chamber, Anguished Unmaking might be better than Mortify
1 week ago
Edge of the Divinity would be really good here - it'll turn your Nip Gwyllion into a 2-drop 4/4 lifelink. Things like Soul Warden, Blind Obedience and Authority of the Consuls could buy you some time - Ghostly Prison and Windborn Muse might also help
1 month ago
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is one of the 10 hybrid mana symbols (there exists one for any combination of 2 colors). It can be cast with mana of either color. Take Nip Gwyllion as an example. You can pay for it using a black mana or a white mana and the card itself is considered to be white and black once in play regardless of how you spent your mana. A card with 2 hybrid symbols like Noggle Bandit does the same thing but the the two mana symbols don't have to be from the same color. It can be cast with , , or but regardless of how you chose to pay for it, it is both a red and blue creature.
I'm not sure if this is relevant in your deck but it counts towards devotion of both colors. (If you don't have anything in your deck that cares about a devotion to color/colors feel free to ignore this paragraph) If you have only a noggle bandit in play and are considering casting a Keranos, God of Storms, noggle counts towards both. Your devotion to blue is 2 and your devotion to red is 2 making your total devotion to red/blue 4 off of just the bandit. As I said not sure if that will be relevant for you but figured i'd mention it.
3 months ago
Suggest removing Acolyte's Reward, Crypt Incursion, Dazzling Reflection, Grotesque Mutation, Hold at Bay, Make a Stand, Necrobite, Pay No Heed, Profit / Loss, Riot Control, Smite the Monstrous, Blind Hunter, Hired Torturer, Nip Gwyllion, and Silent Skimmer.
3 months ago
I think that Edge of the Divinity is better than Gift of Orzhova for this deck because when I attach it to Nip Gwyllion the creature becomes a 4/4 and still has lifelink. This spell is also a third of the cost. I am already getting the Vindicate so that is covered. I usually play with a bunch of friends so Congregate stacks up my health a ton. Thanks a lot for the suggestions though.
4 months ago
At this point, I'm seeing the deck progress as turn 1-3 or 4: drop small creatures with fun abilities. Turn 4-5: cast Odric, Lunarch Marshal. Turn 6+: drop small to medium creatures, allowing some of them to die for Soulflayer's delving. I would reduce the number of 3-drop creatures and some 1-drops like, off the top of my head, Vampire Cutthroat or Nip Gwyllion. Maybe 2-drops like Daggerdrome Imp.
5 months ago
The ultimate draw is this (and I've done it in a tournament.. jaws dropped):
T1: Land - Nip Gwyllion
Granted, I used to run Ethereal Armor which made that combo much more possible (and I think that is what actually happened in the tourney). The point is, Edge of the Divinity is my favorite card in the deck, hands down.