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Creature — Minotaur Shaman
Minotaur spells you cast cost BR less to cast. This effect reduces only the amount of colored mana you pay.(For example, if you cast a Minotaur spell with mana cost 2R, it costs 2 to cast.)
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6 days ago
3 weeks ago
If you want Minotaur Tribal, then you should definitely consider Kragma Warcaller, Rageblood Shaman, Ragemonger, Felhide Petrifier, and Didgeridoo. Maybe you can consider Heartless Summoning for cheaper creatures at a minor cost to power/toughness.
3 weeks ago
NuclearSmiles Felhide Petrifier has been a card I've considered but never really tested out. It seems underwhelming in comparison to the +1/+1 trample, and +2/+0 First strike abilities of Rageblood Shaman and Neheb, the Worthy respectively. It also has poor synergy with Fanatic of Mogis and doesn't work as well with Ragemonger as the previously listed lords.
4 weeks ago
2 months ago
2 months ago
O hey, nice to see another one attempting a modern, minotaur deck. One of the things I've realized is that most people are turned off from minotaurs because of its relatively high mana curve for an aggro deck, and its lack of decent 1-drops and 2-drops. :)
When I started, I was frustrated with how slow minotaurs were for aggro. So, for my deck ([B-R] Minotaur Aggro Tribal) I removed most cards with 4 CMC and above, only retaining Mogis, God of Slaughter. I also added Metallic Mimic as a much-needed 2-drop minotaur lord. Instead of first strike and death touch (which is cool btw), I focused on trample and lords (+1/+1). Also, instead of Madness (which is also cool), I also put in 12 Scry cards and a pair of Infiltration Lens just to improve draw, and take advantage of Ragemonger's ability by maximizing the number of minotaur drops per turn.
5 months ago
What is the goal of this deck? As in, how does it win, what is it trying to do? Right now, you have a few artifacts, a few minotaurs, a few zombies, and some others as creatures - maybe try and make it a bit more based on something specific, have one or two types of creatures.
If you go for full minotaur, you could use Rageblood Shaman, and a lot of minotaurs are black, so if you added black and maybe removed blue - I don't see much blue used - you could add Ragemonger. This deck has some pretty budget minotaurs that you could use.
If you decide on artifacts, keep Chief of the Foundry and Filigree Familiar, you can probably take out Snare Thopter. Cryptolith Fragment Flip is alright, just for mana and chip damage. Throne of the God-Pharaoh is fine, but I don't see it being too useful, since you likely wont have many creatures. Crypt of the Eternals could be replaced, since it's just mana exchange and not actual mana, except colorless. Hangarback Walker is fun, if you have a way to buff it, and Memnite is good too. Tomb of the Spirit Dragon would work well for an artifact deck. This deck has some ideas you could look at, but isn't super budget.
All in all, make your deck more simple, because right now it's a mix of ideas rather than having a set win condition.