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When Protean Hulk is put into a graveyard from play, search your library for any number of creature cards with total converted mana cost 6 or less and put them into play. Then shuffle your library.
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Protean Hulk Discussion
1 day ago
So let's say that I sacrifice Protean Hulk, and search my library for Essence of the Wild, and multiple creatures with zero CMC and toughness such as Phyrexian Marauder, Shifting Wall, and Endless One.
Do all of the zero CMC creatures die when they enter the battlefield, or do they enter the battlefield as a copy of Essence of the Wild? I understand that they all enter the battlefield at the same time, I just don't know if they die because Essence of the Wild wasn't on the battlefield first (due to a state-based action of zero toughness), or if they enter as copies.
3 days ago
Hi! Great deck! Tough one for me!
What I like:
Your love of Ad Nauseam.
Good lord that curve is beauuuutiful.
Some suggestions to put in:
Noble Hierarch I'm sure you know about. Just an expensive upgrade :)
Protean Hulk could help fetch some of your combo creatures. Wacks your curve though.
Chromatic Lantern is necessary I feel for extra consistency.
And some to take out:
Avacyn's Pilgrim if you put in the Hierarch.
Carpet of Flowers may be here because you have a lot of blue player in the meta, but it seems like more of a sideboard card.
Otherwise... looks sweet. Hope some of this helps!
1 week ago
Hey! I play almost exclusively cEDH. Nice to see cEDH get a mention and some tread on t/o. Here are my current decks if you're looking for something new.
My pride and joy Rafiq deck. This deck loves to get under people's skin by winning through combat damage and going for the long game. I've spent about 7 or 8 years tweaking this deck or starting over from the base up literally hundreds of times. It's an obsession and this is my best list to date results wise. Very fun and challenging to play; it requires minimal errors on your part and attempting to knife into your opponents by hitting them in their most critical weak spots. Can really punish greedy decks with a well timed stax piece or counterspell. Essentially plays as a control deck that shifts into a tempo deck once you land an engine like Cold-Eyed Selkie. Think of a hybrid between rashmi control and edric turns.
My take on the infamous blood pod deck of recent popularity. However, this deck is unique in the sense that it plays Sneak Attack and Protean Hulk lines. At it's heart it is an adaptive combo deck that can win out of nowhere as soon as t3. It can easily grind out opponents with tymna and a plethora of stax pieces you can easily work around as well. It utilizes a layered combo system that ultimately wins of a kiki-jiki combo with Grand Abolisher protection and/or with Zulaport Cutthroat without combat damage!
It's boring, predictable, and easy mode (for you). Just a run of the mill Kess deck. Runs storm lines, high tide lines, and control options to make Kess stand out in light of her heavily debated twin, Jeleva. Pretty standard list though for when I want to feel like a villian. Usual broken cEDH MVPs ad nauseum and Yawgmoth's Will.
2 weeks ago
2 weeks ago
maybe these might be useful?
- Voice of Resurgence
- Aether Vial
- Emrakul, the Promised End
- Liliana of the Veil
- Siege Rhino
- Noble Hierarch
- Birds of Paradise
- Lingering Souls
- Karn Liberated
- Protean Hulk
- Rampant Growth
- Young Pyromancer
- Delver of Secrets
- Dark Confidant
- Kitchen Finks
- Cavern of Souls
- Collective Brutality
- Master of Waves
2 weeks ago
Yeah it would really be great. In a deck that never ever hardcasts Protean Hulk or a deck like my Braids, the bitter hugger deck where I don't pay for cards ideally, cmc as it is makes no sense. Oh well, tappedout is awesome as it is, so I probably really shouldn't complain xD
2 weeks ago
3 weeks ago
As a Druid player, Skithiryx, the Blight Dragon is a late-game finisher. You cast Scion of the Ur-Dragon, use his ability twice to get Moltensteel Dragon (pump +6/+0 with 12 life), then get Skittles. This makes Scion a 10/4 flying infect. Protean Hulk requires too many cards that don't do anything without the hulk himself, and you'd rather just tutor for Hermit Druid. I took Cephalid Illusionist out because my version doesn't play enough creatures to support the combo, and rather just play more ways to get hermy back if it dies (would highly recommend Claim / Fame). Necrotic Ooze doesn't need haste because Devoted Druid, Morselhoarder, and Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind don't need to tap to make infinite mana. To answer my own question from a lot earlier, Caustic Caterpillar is good if you topdeck a creature tutor and have to kill a Leyline of the Void or something.