Pouncing Jaguar


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Urza's Saga (USG) Common

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Pouncing Jaguar

Creature — Cat

Echo (Green) (At the beginning of your upkeep, if this came under your control since the beginning of your last upkeep, sacrifice it unless you pay its echo cost.)

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Pouncing Jaguar Discussion

Austin_Smith_of_Cards on Ajani's Paw, Purr

4 months ago

This list seems kind of hybrid or conflicted. It's got some equipment to help suit up, but it's also got a pretty aggressive bunch of creatures. Seems to be able to swing either voltron or aggro. It would probably be worth it to trim down the list of 1-ofs and really streamline the strategy.

If you want some aggression, Leonin Armorguard seems right up your alley. Nice curve-topper that pumps your team on etb.

Pouncing Jaguar is really aggressive, especially if you drop it turn one. The echo cost is negligible in case you were planning on playing a tapland T2 and didn't have another onedrop. Scythe Tiger is a similar card that's an uberstronk onedrop with a substantial drawback.

Leonin Den-Guard and Sunspear Shikari are the two best equippable cats. If you want to push that archetype more, I'd fill these out to playsets.

Other cards worth considering: Penumbra Bobcat and Sacred Cat both provide resistance to Edict effects, which is super important if you plan going voltron.


ExiliusGallant on Mirri Tiny Leaders

1 year ago

Maybe Nettle Sentinel / Pouncing Jaguar / Plant Elemental

If you want to keep drawing cards Plant elemental is just a more expensive Rogue Elephant

The other two cards don't really do much, just a vanilla 2/2 but does not synergizes that much

ClockworkSwordfish on Pauper Stompy

2 years ago

Looking good! A pauper all-star I loved using was Wild Dogs - two power for one mana is still a great threat to this day. Rogue Elephant and Pouncing Jaguar are also powerhouses, but you might feel uncomfortable supporting them with your mana base.

I always liked Vine Dryad for the potential of having a 3/3 trampler on turn one with help from Rancor.

HairyManBack on May the Rats Eat Your Eyes

2 years ago

Wow, it looks really fun! I remember surprising my local shop with a Cat deck getting 3rd place. Back during Saga block (Pouncing Jaguar + Rancor). That tourney demanded 24 tribal creatures exact.

I reviewed the rules, winners, and schedules. I think an Underdog Tribe would be a good start. I always wanted to try Kavu or Elephant, but I've been out of the loop. I don't even know if it's worth it (in comparison to others).

I've looked at several of your decks on tappedout. Can see you've put thought into them. Maybe you have some suggestions? I like Monsters and Jund and Temur colors. Like Angels, too, but I'm sure that's another animal (no pun intended).