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Sasaya, Orochi Ascendant
Legendary Creature — Snake Monk
Reveal your hand: If you have seven or more land cards in your hand, flip Sasaya, Orochi Ascendant.
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Sasaya, Orochi Ascendant Discussion
1 month ago
Yo man, Sasaya, Orochi Ascendant would be perfect for this deck!!!
1 month ago
Ooh, I didn't think of Rofellos, I definitley gotta find a spot for that! And I do want an Oracle of Mul Daya, it's just a matter of making myself buy one lol. Druids' Repository looks good on paper, but I typically don't swing much until I'm ready for lethal, because doing so only makes that person target me harder since they know thier turns are numbered. Same situation for Elemental Resonance. It's good, but all it'll end up doing is painting a target on the back of one of my fatties. Since all my land tutors go to the field and not my hand, I don't see myself ever getting Sasaya, Orochi Ascendant to flip. Extraplpanar Lens is another "would be nice", but that likely wont happen unless I decide to pimp it out with snow forests, becuase if I'm spending that much on a card I'm damn well going to make sure no one else will benefit from it too
1 month ago
Rhonas monument might be able to help the green creatures. Champion of Lambholt would be great for any time you do pull tons of green insect creatures out of the Ant Queen. In responce to my comment above, here are some convenient mana ramp cards for your deck. Oracle of Mul Daya would be a help for mana if you are willing to sacrifice some privacy. Druids' Repository would recover a ton of mana after a full swing, especially if you had done some token ramping. Elemental Resonance would follow the Artisan of Kozilek quite nicley with some mana gain. Rofellos, Llanowar Emissary is great for a long-haul mana gain, he follows things like Boundless Realms and other mana ramp cards without much drag. Sasaya, Orochi Ascendant is a 75 cent 3 cost that does great later on if you use something like Boundless Realms where you have a lot more basic lands than usual. Vernal Bloom is a little Costly but is worth it late game. Lastly, Extraplanar Lens is something that would help your forests, but it does cost a pretty amount.
3 months ago
Although I know you want 60 lands, Crucible of Worlds and maybe even a Azusa, Lost but Seeking would be killer in this deck. If you really wanted to make this deck more competitive you could add board wipes like Damnation.
5 months ago
Hi, I too play a Sasaya-deck of my own. Would suggest the Patron of the Orochi + Temur Sabertooth-combo, with Sasaya, Orochi Ascendant flipped and atleast 4 lands on the battlefield and a haste outlet it will generate infinite mana. Better, with 5 lands and Tooth and Nail in your hand + haste you can tutor the combo straight onto the battlefield. Then you can use the mana (for exaple) to make a infinite Genesis Wave. And fore more haste Concordant Crossroads could do the job. Here's a link to my own deck Go Big or Go Home!. Hope this was helpful.
6 months ago
6 months ago
that is very true, but she does make defenders for herself. and yes, i did not notice the fact that you can get an emblem the turn after you play her. I'd recommend cutting five lands to put in some more bombs. while you may get plenty of draw effects, you are very likely to draw lands non-stop. If Primeval Titan wasn't banned, I'd recommend him. but I'll put a few suggestions out there. Beacon of Creation, Howl of the Night Pack, (a personal favorite as I'm a wolves player) Sasaya, Orochi Ascendant, (Very easy to flip in a deck like this one, and then you have infinite mana) Kalonian Twingrove, and of course you cant have a deck named lost in the woods without Lost in the Woodsalso, with all those lands, put a few x drops in there, such as Endless One, Wurmcalling, Genesis Wave, or Lifeblood Hydra
8 months ago
White: Oath of Lieges
Black: Herald of Leshrac
Simic: Plasm Capture