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Creature — Wolf Warrior
Whenever a Wolf or Werewolf you control becomes the target of an instant or sorcery spell, put a 2/2 green Wolf creature token onto the battlefield.
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Silverfur Partisan Discussion
3 weeks ago
Oh, and Silverfur Partisan can annoy your opponents.
1 month ago
2 months ago
As you said before you really don't need all these creatures, but from my own experience I understand it can be kind of tough to find noncreature spells.
Other suggestions would be more ramp(was said before) and I think Garruk's Horde would be sweet.
2 months ago
clayperce, I'm glad you enjoyed this deck!
Depending on your local meta some cards will perform better than others, thus this deck is more focused on my experience. Vines of the Recluse works rather well in dealing with flyers. I might consider using it if I did not play as much multiplayer as I do. The versatility of Atarka's Command (you get to give all your creatures reach plus a bonus effect) made me use that instead.
I mainly use Silverfur Partisan against removal-heavy mach-ups because he fits the theme. He can otherwise often feel a bit high on the mana curve in this, otherwise more aggressively focused, deck. If the deck needs to be more competetive, then Vines of Vastwood/Blossoming Defense would work great, though it will cost the deck some flavor.
As for Isochron Scepter, I did not test it extensively. Just enough to not enjoy this deck as much as I do without it. But if you'd like to use the scepter, then some cards can both be good and bad to replace with it. The more wolves the merrier, thus the scepter might take Neglected Heirloom Flip's place. On the other hand the scepter might make it easier to flip the heirloom if you did not flip it early. But if you already have an Immerwolf in play then it might not flip at all, with probably most humans already transformed.
You could also take out a few Immerwolf and get more value out of Huntmaster of the Fells Flip (only if you plan to use the scepter on the other player's turn, as the ability will count as a spell cast and prevents you from casting more spells on your turn). Or just take out a few huntmasters instead because they clash a bit with the Immerwolves.
Cards that might be good to add in addition to the scepter could be some artifact recursion or other ways to keep Isochron Scepter in play. Though it might make the deck a bit less aggressive if you add more control cards.
Otherwise you could just pull the card that you'd like to draw the least and just replace it with 1-3 Isochron Scepter.
2 months ago
Thanks so much for brewing this up; it's just a TON of fun!
FWIW, I've been using Vines of the Recluse in the sideboard to deal with Flyers. The Untap effect is just hilarious.
Finally, what would you pull for an Isochron Scepter build?
Thanks again, and draw well!
4 months ago
I'm glad to see that other people are latching onto this deck type. From my experience, you don't NEED any wolves beyond Silverfur Partisan to make the deck function. After a few spell casts, the one or two additional wolves beyond him become trivial anyway. However, increasing the synergy by adding Young Pyromancers and ramp to get the combo on its feet seem to yield better results. Here's my list.
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5 months ago
I almost feel the same with Silverfur Partisan. I have no doubt the card is good but I almost never run into a situation where I am able to trigger it or my opponent is willing to trigger it. Usually it is followed by a board wipe.
6 months ago
I'm curious to know if anyone has incorporated Growing Rites of Itlimoc Flip or Shapers' Sanctuary into their werewolf decks? The former seems solid in any green deck and the latter seems like a suitable form of deterrence for that werewolves could benefit from since Gruul is not the ideal card drawing color combination (plus the Sanctuary with Silverfur Partisan seems like a real solid deterrence package once it's up an running).