|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Printings View all
|Core Set 2020 (M20)||Common|
|Core Set 2019 (M19)||Common|
|Masters 25 (A25)||Common|
|Rivals of Ixalan (RIX)||None|
|Conspiracy: Take the Crown (CN2)||Common|
|Battle for Zendikar (BFZ)||Common|
|Magic Origins (ORI)||Common|
|Modern Masters 2015 Edition (MM2)||Common|
|Magic 2015 (M15)||Common|
|Magic 2014 (M14)||Common|
|Magic 2013 (M13)||Common|
|2012 Core Set (M12)||Common|
|2011 Core Set (M11)||Common|
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Destroy target creature with flying.
1 month ago
Also, if you want to annoy your opponent:
Elegant Edgecrafters has the amusing effect that it can't be blocked by common deathtouching vampires.
Giant Adephage can also trample over deathtouching blockers, and creates a copy of itself, effectively surviving.
Precursor Golem is unusually punishing to non-targeted removal: a Murder will kill all of them, but a Cruel Edict only kills one. They also get really fun with the Prey Upon or Giant Growth you have in your deck.
1 month ago
A little confused why so many sideboard spells deal with flyers but Plummet is nowhere to be seen.
1 month ago
If the opponent is playing black, they likely have very few ways to deal with enchantments. Colossal Majesty or Elemental Bond can get you some additional card draw to power through their removal (and keep your hand full). Beast Whisperer does this too, but is unfortunately very easy to have removed when playing against black.
I also noticed that you're playing a lot of really big creatures alongside a 8 mana dorks. That means that most of your ramp is relying upon the survival of your little dudes, and if they can kill your mana dorks, your game grinds to a halt. Consider something like Nissa's Pilgrimage to get lands into play directly, which is harded for anyone to remove.
Also, you can take out Plummet , since your game plan is to just stomp face faster than they kill you. Your goal is to have so many big guys out constantly that they never stabilize and have spare time to hit you with whimpy fliers in the air.
1 month ago
So, seeing your deck has got some good ramp, it looks like what you really need are big fatties that can survive an edict effect.
I have an unusual solution for you: Tatsumasa, the Dragon's Fang as a 5/5 flying dragon. It would be difficult, if not impossible for your opponent to deal with permanently: they would need to have Vraska's Contempt or Path to Exile for the dragon token (and even then, they have to hope you don't Plummet it in response). The 5/5 dragon can survive any number of sacrifice effects, as long as you have to get it back.
If they have artifact destruction, you activate the ability to get the dragon token in response to the spell, and this saves the sword. To bait them into using their removal on the sword, you just equip it to something.
1 month ago
my deck is 4x Elvish Mystics 4x Llanowar Elves 4x Dungrove Elder 4x Steel Leaf Champion 4x Vorapede 2x Terra Stomper 2x Polukranos, World Eater 1x Skarrg Goliath spells 4x Rampant Growth 4x Plummet 2x Prey Upon 3x Giant Growth 2x Groundswell 20x forests
3 months ago
If possible I'd consider swapping out the Crushing Canopy s plus the multani's or something for a couple copies of both Thrashing Brontodon and Kraul Harpooner . Just a way to cover the same bases while adding to your critical mass of chonkers. New Vivien, Champion of the Wilds might be a sweet include in this also when she becomes available.
That said I think the best avenue for improvement would be the sideboard. There aren't any popular decks that are gonna have consistent targets for Broken Bond or Plummet when it matters and I'm not sure what matchups Silhana Wayfinder and the twins are coming in against. Cards like Thrash / Threat , Sorcerous Spyglass , Shapers' Sanctuary and Find / Finality seem like decent sideboard options.
If wildcards are in short supply you might want to consider the following: - Atzocan Archer (decent against mono tempo+ weenie sometimes) - Colossal Majesty (winmoorish but fun) - Diamond Mare - Dryad Greenseeker (card advantage) - Kraul Foragers - Kraul Harpooner - Thrashing Brontodon
4 months ago
You could also maybe find something better than Burn Bright . It shines best in token decks where you can maximize the +2/+0s, but with this deck featuring mostly large creatures, you're "going tall" instead of "going wide". Maybe you could throw in two Plummet or Rabid Bite for it.
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