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Rampant Growth Discussion
5 days ago
Ok, so, first thing to do is to focus on what green cards you have that let you ramp. As said: Sakura-Tribe Elder, Explore, Utopia Sprawl, Farseek, Oath of Nissa, Search for Tomorrow, Birds of Paradise, Cultivate, Rampant Growth, Beneath the Sands, Burnished Hart, Dawntreader Elk, Expedition Map, Font of Fertility, Wayfarer's Bauble, Sylvan Scrying and Harrow are good options.
Of this, you should put at least 8 cards (I suggest Sakura-Tribe Elder, Birds of Paradise, Farseek, Oath of Nissa or Sylvan Scrying). I don't really like From Beyond, Blisterpod, Catacomb Sifter, Void Attendant, Warden of Geometries and Grave Birthing, since they cost too much and they let you have only colorless mana, thing that you don't need since you are three-coloured.
Then, as said before, I'd increase Gonti, Lord of Luxury and Ashiok, Nightmare Weaver up to 2x copies and I don't really like Nightveil Specter, alternatives could be: Circu, Dimir Lobotomist, Bribery, Praetor's Grasp, Psychic Intrusion, Stolen Goods. Oblivion Sower it's a funny card, I'd put in in 1x.
Another thing: You have some big creatures and you are black-green-blue, I'd increase your land number up to 22. Remember also to choose lands that could be searched when you are ramping (if you have chosen to ramp only with cards that search for BASIC lands, well, put at least 4x basic lands of each type). Some lands you could might consider: obviously fetch lands and schocklands, Darkslick Shores, Blooming Marsh, Botanical Sanctum, Drowned Catacomb, Woodland Cemetery, Hinterland Harbor, Fetid Pools, Underground River, Llanowar Wastes, Yavimaya Coast, Sunken Ruins, Twilight Mire, Flooded Grove , Sunken Hollow. For all the rest of the cards that could enter your deck, I'll wait to see if you like the direction your deck is going and, most important thing, what types of cards you have chosen to ramp, to be your manabase and wich cards will steal your opponent's cards.
1 week ago
These are what I'd look at changing first, then give it a go a few times and see how its playing.
1 week ago
Welcome to the format! The first thing thats jumping out at me is this deck needs ramp. The good thing is you're in Green, so you have a lot of nice options for ramping and colour fixing. Traveler's Amulet is something I'd cut, because you have access to spells that put extra land directly on the battlefield. Rampant Growth, Cultivate, Kodama's Reach, Grow from the Ashes, Harrow and Natural Connection are the types of cards you should be considering. Emmara has lovely Mark Winters art so lets try and make sure we can pay to get her out on the battlefield! Growth Spasm finds land and gets you a token! I try to run 36/7 lands and at least 6 pieces of ramp, but prefer 8-10. The most important thing in EDH is getting to cast your spells.
Sundering Growth fits your populate theme and you're going to find that SO MANY decks in Commander have problem artifacts and enchantments you're going to want to destroy.
Another fun (and very cheap) effect for GW tokens is Glare of Subdual. I don't think its essential, but its a nice trick.
When I had a token deck, if I was running Decimator of the Provinces like you are I liked to run From Beyond. Gets you a token every turn but then searching out your big eldrazi when your ready for a big attack is great. Awakening Zone also gives you a free token once a turn. AZ is like $3 as of this posting, most everything else so far I've mentioned should be a buck or under. Going up in price to $7 or $8 is Anointed Procession, which is the cheapest token-doubling effect I think you can get right now.
As a general rule for Commander, always make sure you run ramp removal. Things like Swords to Plowshares and Return to Dust are really good in the format and will almost never be a dead card. If theme is important, something like Feral Incarnation (or any other high cmc spell) can become Ezuri's Predation.
1 week ago
All these are tentative cuts.
1 week ago
Good start, a few cards don't seem to fit the goal of the deck.
Laboratory Maniac - I dont see a infinite draw engine to make this a viable win condition.
Teferi, Hero of Dominaria - You have an okay amount of instants (It's just how the deck wants to be built), but I think you're a little short on benefiting from his + enough for his cost.
Sigarda, Heron's Grace - You're got 6 Humans and Tuvasa ain't one.
Acidic Slime - Great removal, but because it costs so much it's only worth it in decks that can consistently bring it back from the grave or blink it.
Aura Shards - I don't think you have enough creatures to really abuse this, but it is still really good.
Abundant Growth - Great color fixing, but not ramp.
Luminarch Ascension - You might have enough protection to get this going, maybe.
Estrid, the Masked - She's still great protection for your Enchantments and your commander.
Wild Growth - 1 drop enchantment ramp
New Horizons - Color fixing, ramp, and some pump.
Sol Ring - Come on, Really? xD
Supreme Verdict - Just a good wipe.
One reason why you might not want to go the way im about to suggest is because my Controlling Girlfriend(s) deck does this too. But, feel free to copy me (You always do xD)
Aura of Silence - more tax and can destroy something.
Totem Armor is strong. If you want to go down that path the precon has some good ones, but look up cards that give totem armor, they aren't bad.
1 week ago
Interesting deck. I would give a playset of both Harrow and Llanowar Elves a try to help ramp into Spore Swarm. Or even something like Fertile Ground or Rampant Growth.
Then you can go up to four copies of Spore Swarm as it is your best producer of Saprolings. You could also leave your land count right where it is with that kind of ramping power.
Tukatongue Thallid is a nice two for one, I would go to four copies.
Sporecrown Thallid is your lord in this deck. Need four copies.
Look at cutting Yavimaya Sapherd. With any kind of mana ramp Spore Swarm is strictly better.
Pollenbright Wings seems like a big investment. If they kill your target this just fizzles. At 6 cmc I would cut it all together. Same issue exists with Wake the Reflections.
Intangible Virtue is a four of in most tokens decks however, beastmaster ascension is really cool.
Champion of Lambholt gets insane the longer it's in play.
2 weeks ago
As you mentioned, it depends on a lot of factors. for the difference card types, I try to operate under the philosophy of:
You want at least 10 pieces of ramp. And that's actual ramp - Sylvan Scrying, Yavimaya Elder, Prismatic Omen, these are examples of not ramp. This also applies to cards like Mirari's Wake which is ramp, but is really expensive. Your ramp suite should be anywhere from 0 to 3 CMC, but aim for 2 CMC is a good rule of thumb (unless you're playing competively, then either aim for 1 or 0 CMC). Stuff like the signets (e.g. Dimir Signet), the talismans (e.g. Talisman of Dominance), catchall rocks like Fellwar Stone, staples like Sol Ring, dorks like Birds of Paradise, Elves of Deep Shadow, Sylvan Caryatid, fetch spells like Farseek, Rampant Growth, Nature's Lore, Sakura-Tribe Elder, etc. as wel las extra land plays (e.g. Exploration) are all good. And you want a mix. Try to avoid putting all your eggs in one basket.
Again, at least 10 (but I prefer more, ~15). You want a mix of tutor and draw. Try to have at least a few spells that give you repeatable draw, like Phyrexian Arena, but dont be afraid to play once of spells like Painful Truths. A good rule ofthumb is to either go super efficient on CMC (Ponder, Preordain, etc.) or to go bang for buck (Mystic Confluence, Harmonize, etc.). Tutors are super important, but you want to avoid too many top of deck tutors as they are technically negative card advantage.
This one varies from strategy to strategy and from playgroup to playgroup. Minimum of at least 6 removal spells. And you want options for every permanent type. Swords to Plowshares, Path to Exile, Nature's Claim, Beast Within, Chaos Warp, Anguished Unmaking, Vindicate, Cyclonic Rift, these are all examples of what you're looking for. Efficient removal is generally better than splashy removal as well. Don't be afraid to play spells that make you lose life (e.g. Anguished Unmaking) or spells that give your opponent life (e.g. Nature's Claim) if the spell is super efficient. ETB and LTB creatures can be good too, I would put Reclamation Sage in most green, creature based decks. Again, you generally want a mix.
If you're playing these, the general rule is effieince counterseplls are agian better than splashy ones. As for numbers, 4-6 for a defensive package, 8-10 for a control deck. Aim for 2-3 CMC max.
Hopefully that should give a bit of guidance.
2 weeks ago
Suggestions: Archangel of Tithes, Angelic Arbiter, Angelic Field Marshal, Baneslayer Angel, Emeria Shepherd, Bruna, the Fading Light + Gisela, the Broken Blade , Angel of Serenity, Angelic Skirmisher, Mass Calcify, Swords to Plowshares, Linvala, Keeper of Silence, Cultivate, Mirari's Wake, Asceticism, Return to Dust, Admonition Angel, Archangel of Thune, Resolute Archangel, Deathless Angel, Karmic Guide, Somberwald Sage, Elvish Piper, Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite, Krosan Grip, Heroic Intervention, Enlightened Tutor, Worldly Tutor, Green Sun's Zenith, Rampant Growth, Terminus, Lightning Greaves, Gilded Lotus, Thran Dynamo, and Akroma's Memorial.