|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Conspiracy: Take the Crown||Common|
|Battle for Zendikar||Common|
|Modern Masters 2015 Edition||Common|
|2012 Core Set||Common|
|2011 Core Set||Common|
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Destroy target creature with flying.
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15 hours ago
Green has some flying removal (Plummet and similar cards), and blue has some bounces, like Disperse, Select for Inspection and Drag Under. The only real green removal is often "fight spells", like the previous mentioned Clear Shot and similar cards. Green beneficiates from pumps, however, and these are often used to block/attack and remove whatever is dealing damage to you.
4 days ago
ok so as a general basis you want to run as close to 60 cards as possible because it makes you more likely you to see the cards you want in the deck. so the biggest recommendation is reduce the card count by 10. secondly you are playing green and red budget so there are still a lot of good items you can play and you don't need to worry about much, namely your fear of flying creatures is not as dire as it may seam, green is really good at killing flying creatures through spells like Plummet and Firespout plus you have the best burn spell in existence available for you to use to pick off pesky fliers, Lightning Bolt. lastly if you are wanting to play tribal (ie a deck based around a type of creatures, in this case wolves you want to play as many 'Lords' or creatures that increase other creatures of the same types power and toughness like Immerwolf. tribal wolves is really strong because you have access to a lot of good combat tricks from the Innistrad and Shadows over innistrad sets, items like Moonlight Hunt Young Wolf Wolfir Avenger ect. as for lands you want to play "check lands" like Rootbound Crag because they are cheeper. Below is a list of items to add and items to remove, keep in mind these are just suggestions to make the deck more consistent.
additionaly utilize your colors and the idea behind a sideboard to improve your matchups against decks that you have an unfavorable game against like decks that play alot of flying creatures. this is where you would put cards like Firespout , Plummet , Destructive Revelry and Ancient Grudge
5 days ago
-> -1x Briarbridge Patrol for +1x Graf Mole, because i think Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger isn't (shouldn't) the main winning option-> Changed all Invasive Surgery into Negate because of alot new instants and artefacts-> Changed Westvale Abbey Flip into Inventors' Fair to give me more life-> Changed Clip Wings into Plummet
1 week ago
Added a pair of Clip Wings to the sideboard, since it gets past opposing Selfless Spirit, and potentially takes out an Emrakul. I still feel the targeting Plummet is better in 'most' games, however I don't need to use it that often on top of the 4 available Immolating Glare, so this change keeps the options but makes them more multipurpose at the same time.
1 week ago
Good call. I think it'd probably be better than Plummet. Thanks for the suggestions so far everyone.
1 week ago
I actually disagree with dontjudgemyusername. It really depends on the meta I guess whether Clip Wings is superior to Plummet. Plummet DOES kill Archangel Avacyn Flip as you can respond to the ETB trigger. Ormendahlis something we haven't seen in a while. Also not to many creatures have Hexproof. So overall, I think the only way Clip Wings is better; is if you have a lot of decks in the meta that play Westvale Abbey Flip.
I personally think you need a bit more removal.