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Pauper, by technicality, is an MTGO only mode. So the cards have to have been printed at the common rarity on MTGO. I tried putting it in the deck and saw that it was illegal.
When running the deck with Sacred Wolf in place of Silhana Ledgewalker I saw how incredibly slow the deck runs if all I draw is 3 drop creatures and aggro decks simply anhiliate if I can't get creatures up.
Most people run very few sac effects, usually a playset at most. If necessary I could have Aura Gnarlid in the side against decks that have them
Overall the deck is intended to have some longevity with Asha's Favor as creature dodging and allowing me to block and cards like Divine Favor and Armadillo Cloak for life gain, then using Snake Umbra to draw into more cards. I also think you really underestimate the strength of Rancor with totem armor, especially first strike like Hyena Umbra . The deck is capable of a very fast victory but also surviving against some of the beat down and aggro decks.
Also, Selesnya Keyrune , it gives you mana and can be one more wolf
You need something to help you control the game, white have a lot of spells to do it (you have some good suggestions with what Midwest said above)
Assuming you mean your deck at Green/ White Beatdown & Heroic, it as gufymike says, Sacred Wolf is not legal in Standard. You have the deck set to Standard, so it appears as an illegal card. With just about any other format for the deck (Modern, Casual, etc), it would be legal, because all of the cards are legal in Standard.
If you look closely, you'll see 'Standard' is not listed on the Sacred Wolf page for sets and legality. If you look on t/o's page for it, you'll see the same thing. Basically it's legal for anything not 'Standard'.
There is a better 3 drop wolf than Sacred Wolf and the hexproof is somewhat unnecessary. If a wolf dies here or there its no big deal. I agree with Overrun and Intangible Virtue , although if I go that route I should likely leave out Tolsimir Wolfblood since he's a little pricy mana-wise and was only there to buff creatures. Also, factor in Master of the Wild Hunt ability to basically kill targeted creatures and it just gets silly. It's a crying shame Emmara Tandris is so expensive. Her ability to protect a wolf army would be staggering.
Ok, here goes. For a Ludicrous Lupines deck, take these suggestions:
|Power / Toughness||3/1|
|Avg. draft pick||6.48|
|Avg. cube pick||6.82|
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|2012 Core Set||Common|
|2011 Core Set||Common|