Destroy target creature with flying.
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6 days ago
I love the title of this deck.
For Sideboarding, know the cards/decks this deck is weak against and put cards in that will answer those.
I would never Side lands in, but that might just be me.
A Sideboard changes based on the decks your local Opponents are playing. It will need to be constantly tested and re-adjusted.
1 week ago
Lets start with this.
Courser of Kruphix- Honestly it's not really worth while in this deck
Genesis Hydra- You are running hydras so you very likely won't be able to play them through this method and it doesn't have any other good effects once it hits the field
Hydra Broodmaster- Far too expensive
Voyaging Satyr- I'd replace this with two more Sylvan Caryatid. I know you are running this for Nykthos, but sylvan is a bit tougher to kill and keeps your ramp up. Alternatively, you could replace it with Elvish Archdruid or another elf as they often have a lot of ramp.
Unravel the Aether- I'd swap this for naturalize at the very least.
Scavenging Ooze- Sideboard
Wasteland Viper- Slow your opponent down a bit early game until your counters and hydras really get underway
Gyre Sage- This is up to you, but if you can add or shift counters it'll be great
I'll be honest, budget and mono colored decks were never my strong-suit, but these should be a start. My recommendation is to also look through the non-budget hydra decks on Tappedout and either take some of their cards or ideas, or even better post a comment or request for their help on their deck. They know them best and should be able to help you out.
2 weeks ago
I would definitely up the number of Sword of the Animist to two. Nissa, Voice of Zendikar should be put to 3. Retreat to Kazandu and Nissa, Vastwood Seer Flip should be put up to 3 as well. On the cut list I would have: Tajuru Pathwarden, Plummet, and Mantle of Webs. Also add 4x Collected Company
2 weeks ago
I've playtested a little bit against my own decks (Mardu aggro most notably) and it holds off that deck fairly well. The biggest weakness I've noted is flying. Atarka's Command helps slightly, but with the new set, there's lots of combat tricks especially because most of the new Izzet decks feature Stormchaser Mage.
Here's a couple suggestions for empes: I think there could be more Tears of Valakut in the sideboard, or even Plummet. I would like to mainboard that (because the deck seems so weak to flying), but that becomes a dead card when there's no fliers, and nobody likes that. So I would suggest sideboarding more I guess. I don't mean to boss you on your own deck, just a suggestion. I've actually built this deck with my own cards and I think I'll do that.
Like I said, I've playtested it and I really enjoy this deck. It's fun to play and really strong. I love the mana explosion turn 3-4 with Rattleclaw Mystic, Shaman of Forgotten Ways, Atarka's Command, and Embodiment of Spring.
2 weeks ago
P.S., though it costs more and rather than , Plummet is a flyer remover and doesn't come at the cost of that of a creature, unless you're sacing seed guardian...
2 weeks ago
2 weeks ago
RyebreadOG Well in modern a couple deck tech you might want to google are tron, Jund, zoo, and affinity just as a couple common, but strong decks. Modern is a format that you need to either be fast or resilient, or both. Your sideboard is a very important part of modern and what will help you win a lot of games. Now if your just going to casually play or play at an FNM some of the stuff the internet will tell you is a bit extreme, but making sure your deck can take down some of the pillars is good. Also Plummet should be in the sideboard if you want to run it, because most modern decks don't have fliers.
Also I really like what you did with your manabase!
3 weeks ago
sorry to say, but it looks like you just picked the deck from what you had at the moment, like sealed it from booster packs. there are some tips: if you're making an elves deck there must be a reason for any creature ignore being an elf; you must follow some elves win condition sample (i mean standard elves); p.s.: you don't need to deal a combat damage to a player since you have Shaman of the Pack and Foul-Tongue Shriek; at that point your scenario is to get as much elves in play as you can as fast as you can and get the damage of those masses (Might of the Masses is welcome as well). oh, it's about budget deck. i would pretty nuch offer you running about 3 or 4 Collected Company's. and since elves almost don't have access to flying you will need Plummets. and another removals as well.
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Printings View all
|Battle for Zendikar||Common|
|Modern Masters 2015 Edition||Common|
|2012 Core Set||Common|
|2011 Core Set||Common|