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Plummet Discussion

HorridBEAST on Green ramp budget

5 days ago

The biggest problem I'm seeing is that Ugin, the Spirit Dragon is the only card you have that interacts with flyers. You should throw in some combination of Arbor Colossus, Plummet, or Windstorm.

GeeksterPlays on That Stings

1 week ago

I had a deck very much along this line until recently, and what I found was anything with first strike, doubles strike and/or trample can just kill you very quickly (I'm looking at you, Atarka, World Render )

I'd at least sideboard for extra removal beyond 2x Setessan Tactics or some lifegain somewhere, it was usually Archetype of Aggression, Plummet and Winds of Qal Sisma that let me live long enough for me Hornet tokens to actually get the damage in the for the win.

HorridBEAST on Side deck assitance in Standard

1 week ago

Against control, you have 2 options: balls to the wall reckless or conservative. In the balls out approach you just play everything as fast as possible and hope to kill them before they get 5 mana for Crux of Fate. There is no middle ground with this strategy you will either wipe the floor with them or get your ass handed to you and you wont know which until it is too late.

For the conservative approach you want to get 2 of your really cheap creatures on the field before they have the mana to counterspell. This isn't hard because they run a lot of tap lands. You need more than 1 so that you don't lose your only creature to Foul-Tongue Invocation, but you don't want more than 3 other wise they just get to much value out of their Crux of Fate. Then just protect your 2 creatures with your protection spells and try to push through as much damage as possible. Because you will be conservative with your creatures and your creatures are so cheap you should be able to rebound from a board wipe easily, but your biggest issue with this strategy will be running out of gas, so be liberal with your Life's Legacy. A potentially amazing play is to swing with the Boon Satyr, cast Titanic Growth, Deal 8 damage, and then main phase 2 Life's Legacy sacrificing the Satyr and drawing 8 cards.

Speaking of Boon Satyr, a really powerful play against control decks is to flash out Boon Satyr on your opponent's end step. This will force them to decide if they want to counter your 4/2 that will be swinging on your turn or if they want to save their mana to counter a potentially more problematic card.

Getting rid of their dragons is also important, you can side board cards like Plummet and Windstorm. You will need to wait till Dragonlord Ojutai attacks in order to target it with Plummet, but Windstorm will get both Silumgar, the Drifting Death and Dragonlord Ojutai

UpperDeckerTaco on Naya Mastery Dragons

1 week ago

JakeKita I find Rending Volley good but only in the decks that don't have different options. Plummet as a 1 of because it deals with our Opponent's Dragonlord Silumgar (which wrecks us), Icefall Regent (which can be annoying), Dragonlord Ojutai (when tapped), Stormbreath Dragon (because opposing SBD is still quite annoying especially if we have no interaction with it early), Dragonlord Atarka (just a straight beater), Mantis Rider, Butcher of the Horde, etc...the list goes on an on. But it just hits some creatures that Valorous Stance doesn't. But it's only a 1 of. I was thinking about taking out both Roast for 2 more additional Valorous Stance, but with Stance being unable to hit Rakshasa Deathdealer, Fleecemane Lion, etc... I find Roast necessary. Also 1 might question the Anger of the Gods in here because of my own Deathmist Raptor, Flamewake Phoenix, and Ashcloud Phoenix...well, the decks that need to have anger brought in against them...won't give me time to just do my Mastery thing so therefore the recurring nightmares I present aren't as relevant.

JakeKita on Naya Mastery Dragons

1 week ago

UpperDeckerTaco I love this list. I have been playing G/R dragons but, found it lacked something. I been messing around with splashing to go Jund or go Temur (again) but, your ability to utilize Mastery of the Unseen in this deck is awesome. I may invest in something like this lol. Plummet is an interesting choice. What are your thoughts on Rending Volley? +1 as well

raphton on Prossh, balls be rekt

1 week ago



-Blood Artist

Because it synergises with the deck so well.

-Xenagos, God of Revels

Haste and kind of doublestrike for Prossh (or any other creature), and yeah it's indestructible.

-Parallel Lives

Like Doubling Season but only with the most relevant part for you.


Who doesn't need cards? This will draw a lot.

-Nath of the Gilt-Leaf

Because you have a Mimeoplasm deck in your meta, will give some tokens and force someone that doesn't want to discard discard.

and another ramp/mana fix card maybe Sylvan Caryatid and/or the other signets :)



Yeah, not the hottest removal

-In Garruk's Wake

Too costy

-Golgari Keyrune

Not very efficient

-Night Soil

You have better GY-hate already

-Sword of Feast and Famine

Great card! Might fit better in another deck though

-Sword of Fire and Ice

Great card! Might fit better in another deck though

-Nature's Claim

Not enough utility

-Utopia Tree

Just go with Sylvan Caryatid

HorridBEAST on Seeking Constructive Criticism / G ...

2 weeks ago

If you want protection you are missing out on some of the best cards in green: Gods Willing, Feat of Resistance, Mortal's Resolve, and Ranger's Guile

Your also missing the greatest card for +1/+1 counter decks Doubling Season and if you are going to splash any color it should be black for Corpsejack Menace or red for Savageborn Hydra and Apocalypse Hydra. Drop the Blue cards, Hydras are big and aggressive monsters that want you to tap out playing them so that they are as big as possible, why would you want to leave mana open to Dissolve your opponent's pathetic creature when you can just run over it with a massive hydra. Dropping to 2 colors also makes the mana base more stable

Arbor Colossus is amazing, but if you really want to get away from him Plummet and Windstorm are good options

joeysweden on Mono Green Big Creature Deck

2 weeks ago

Lol ikr. Okay, so back to the deck:Im definitely going to add a Fog or two to my sideboard because it will definitely help me early game or even late game if needed be.
Plummet is also a good card that I'm going to add to my sideboard in case I play someone who is destroying me with the flyers.I don't I need any enchantment/artifact removal, because with the people I play with that isn't really a problem.Just because I can I'm going to throw in a feed the clan or two, because I will pretty much always be able to use the formidable, and 2 mana for 10 life is pretty good.

Also, if you have any suggestions whatsoever, you don't need to ask if you want to say them. I probably wont use all of them, but as you have seen the majority of what you guys have been saying so far have been really great ideas and have helped my deck out a ton. I think I only have a few cards that are from my original deck that are still here XD.

Color(s) Green
Cost 1G
Converted cost 2
Avg. draft pick 9.11
Avg. cube pick 12.86


Format Legality
Heirloom Legal
Standard Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Modern Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Pauper Legal

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters 2015 Edition Common
Magic 2015 Common
Conspiracy Common
Magic 2014 Common
Magic 2013 Common
2012 Core Set Common
2011 Core Set Common
Archenemy Common

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