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You can't cast noncreature spells.
: Nullhide Ferox loses all abilities until end of turn. Any player may activate this ability.
If a spell or ability an opponent controls causes you to discard Nullhide Ferox, put it onto the battlefield instead of putting it into your graveyard.
|Have (4)||Tiddilywinkus , rebelteddybear , Orypool , bfarber91|
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Nullhide Ferox Discussion
2 days ago
Some inexpensive upgrades to consider:
Hellkite Charger turns that extra mana into extra attack steps [and more mana and more attacks]
Skarrg, the Rage Pits can give a little combat boost plus grants trample.
2 days ago
3 weeks ago
This looks cool. I'd consider swapping some of the removal package for Mortify / Sky Tether . You have 15 4 CMC spells including Conclave Tribunal which can still be essentially a 4 drop in a lot of match-ups. Mortify is almost never dead and sky tether is straight up Swords to Plowshares in a flyers deck.
I've also had some success with Consecrate / Consume in the side. While Carnage Tyrant isn't that much of a problem the ability to curve Resplendent Angel into it and get the free life and token against Steel Leaf Champion or Nullhide Ferox is great. Also being able to play around dive down can be relevant against izzet drakes/mono blue.
Finally, seeing as you've been playing around with the idea of angel stompy for RNA might I suggest a different take on the archetype for when you've finished with the abzan version. I played against a bant angles deck running Biomancer's Familiar , Growth-Chamber Guardian , Incubation Druid type stuff with angels as the top end. The advantage being that both Resplendent Angel and Shalai, Voice of Plenty both have activated abilities that get cheaper with biomancer on board. Havn't actually tried this yet but it could be something to build around if you are interested.
3 weeks ago
3 weeks ago
Consider Nullhide Ferox , even though you’re playing Non-creature spells, it really protects you in a meta full of teferi and counters
1 month ago
1 month ago
Alright, so I think this is a good time for a recap on Ravnica Alligience. I think this is the best standard set in recent memory, and I did not think I would say that after the excellent Dominaria and Return to Ravnica sets. It strikes the balance between power level, good enablers, combo potential, playing well with previous standard sets and flavor very well.
I want to highlight the top ten cards for me as of now in the set, 5 for the guild-colored, 5 monocolored:
Prime Speaker Vannifar - This card strikes the perfect balance between all 4 categories above and for me, it is the best card in the set. Heck, besides being powerful, it is an Elf Ooze Wizard which just tickels the imagination.
Dovin, Grand Arbiter - congratulations WOTC, you finally learned how to make a non-formulaic planeswalker that is actually good! Dovin strikes a very good mix on the above categories, which is a rare occurence for 3 mana walker.
Nikya of the Old Ways - this scores well on all the categories above, while also providing fun little minigame in its first ability, much like Nullhide Ferox from last set. Great in Commander too, which I can say for a lot of cards here, giving the whole set a larger audience.
Theater of Horrors - this scores really high on all the marks above, especially the buildaround part, but even more on flavor. Rakdos are fully embracing their macabre circus roles. It works great with their mechanic and it is well costed to boot.
Teysa Karlov - 3rd teysa iteration is arguably her best. Flavor, good build around, powerful in multiple formats, high marks all around.
Going in wubrg order for the monocolor ones:
Unbreakable Formation - high marks on a lot of scales, but mostly the power level and showing off the new ability in a great way. Great card for many, many decks in a lot of formats.
Verity Circle - never has Blustersquall looked so good. And it stacks. And it enables itself (albeit for a high cost). May look as just a solid limited card, but it has the potential to be much more. Plus, sweet azorious flavor.
priest of the forgotten gods - flavor, power level, combo potential, playability in other formats (mostly Commander). Having a Muldrotha deck in the works, the excitement for this card is only surpassed by Vannifar, and that is very high bar.
Electrodominance - high marks on combo potential, playability in other formats and power level, this card does it all. The only thing I do not like is that we did not have it in the set with all the Izzet. Essentially, this card reads : "give any spell in your hand flash. When you cast it, it deals damage equal its CMC" is powerful and right now, I cannot imagine all the possibilities. heck, you can even overpay to deal more damage. If it wasn't for Vannifar, this would be my top card of the set.
Wilderness Reclamation - high marks on all accounts, but combo potential (by staking multiples of this), flavor and multiple format playability is a great thing for this card. Despite being in another guild, it enables addendum perfectly. The first deck I will build in Arena will be a Wilderness Reclamation + Electrodominance combo deck.
Overall, I think this is one of the best sets wizards has produced. A lot of cards scoring high marks in all accounts, this top ten (I know there are still 2 days of spoilers, but couldn't wait).
One keynote - did you notice how good sets have become now that Wizards has a Play Design team? It is as if players are pretty good at crafting a good playing environment! I think that team is the reason we have such a good set on your hands.
What is your top card, top 5 card, top 10 cards of the set?
1 month ago
Meh. Not a real fan of any of the walkers in this set.
Nullhide Ferox occurrence in decks from the last year
All decks: 0.03%