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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
5 days ago
I made a deck with Silverfur Partisan as well some time ago, if you want to take a look at it i can link you to it, it is about 50$ as well, so it might have some budget cards you could be interested in.
I think Silverfur Partisan + Zada, Hedron Grinder is an amazing combo and should be considered if you try to pump out wolf token for good.If you dont want/have Zada, i think a neat option is to incorporate Strive spells into the deck. Cards like Twinflame, Colossal Heroics, Nature's Panoply, Setessan Tactics, Harness by Force and Rouse the Mob come to mind if you want to get more than one trigger out of one card.
Warriors' Lesson also gives you more than one trigger, and draws you cards as well, so i think that might be interesting to you as well.
The other option i see is to splash white by adding Jungle Shrine instead of Rugged Highlands and perhaps one more Evolving Wilds and 1 Plains instead of 1 Forest/Mountain each, to gain access to cards like Watchwolf, Reap What Is Sown, Seeds of Strength and Travel Preparations and powerful sideboard options like Condemn or Feat of Resistance
I hope some of my rambling was of help to you =)
5 days ago
clayperce Although Samut, Voice of Dissent has a white ability she is definitely worth a maybeboard just because she is just such a strong card. oh and if you want to keep it tribal a Silverfur Partisan is worth a good mention.
This is a rather interesting deck I made based around -1/-1 counters and tokens. It is a pretty quick deck and i like it but am always looking for suggestions and would love it if you +1'd it. :)
1 week ago
Here's my wolftoken spawning mess http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/04-04-17-wolves-for-days/. The idea is to stay tribal with wolves/werewolves and to keep targeting Silverfur Partisan for tokens. 3 cards I'm thinking about ditching are Impact Tremors (though 1 damage for every token is nice) Assembled Alphas, and Uncaged Fury. Tempted to bring in Thrive or Predator's Rapport comboed with Raised by Wolves for some good healing. I do have Arlinn Kord Flip but what is a good card to replace with her
2 weeks ago
DanteBeleren I do definitely want to stick with the (were)wolf theme, as setting up a situation where my opponents really don't want to play any spells, and I'm content to just smash them with werewolves, or Helix Pinnacle as much as I like.
If I'm narrowing down what wolves I really want, then I suppose I have:
Also Wolfir Silverheart because an 8/8 and at the least a 5/5 for 5 mana seems pretty great.
I think those are the wolves that I really like, and I think they'll work well together, along with some other stuff. Ulrich isn't on that list because he's gonna be the commander.
This is ending abruptly now because I need to go sleep.
2 weeks ago
That really depends on how you wanna play the deck. Typically when I go for theme decks, I focus on the creatures being in that theme and cutting the rest. Relaying on the rest of your deck to support your theme (good or bad) isn't the worst thing to do. Since you're playing Gruul I would go for 25-30 creatures (including general) with 32-35 lands depending on how much ramp/rocks you end up running. Of your creatures, if you end up going with 30, try for ~25-5 (were)wolf-support average.
Something I always want to make sure people understand, this is you deck. If you disagree with any suggestions, and/or feel a card is terrible or fully deserves to be in the deck, by all means do as you see fit.
Personally I would go with the following creature base:
- Pyreheart Wolf
- Silverfur Partisan
- Spirit of the Hunt
- Somberwald Alpha
- Ulrich's Kindred
- Wolfir Silverheart
- Instigator Gang Flip
- Sage of Ancient Lore Flip
- Geier Reach Bandit Flip
- Ulrich of the Krallenhorde Flip: (Side-note: This guy makes me so sad...)
- Mondronen Shaman Flip
- Kruin Outlaw Flip
- Kessig Prowler Flip
- Lambholt Elder Flip
- Scorned Villager Flip
- Huntmaster of the Fells Flip
- Reckless Waif Flip
- Daybreak Ranger Flip
- Breakneck Rider Flip
- Mayor of Avabruck Flip
- Hermit of the Natterknolls Flip
- Duskwatch Recruiter Flip
- Kessig Forgemaster Flip
- Wolfbitten Captive Flip
2 weeks ago
This is a reboot of the original Solving Mirrorwing thread.
Archetypes that need optimization ...
- Artifacts: Abuse Investigate effects and Artifacts-matter cards
- Blink: Abuse Blink effects and ETB Creatures
- Counters: Abuse +1/+1 Counter effects and Counters-matter cards
- Energy: Abuse Energy counters and Energy-matters cards
- Prowess: Make a good deck even better with Zada/Mirrorwing
- Tokens: Abuse Token-makers like Silverfur Partisan, Strength of Arms and Make Mischief
- Something else entirely?
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2 weeks ago
@ChrisKrow: In the future, please ask new questions in new threads rather than replying to old ones.
In Magic, when an effect references a permanent type or subtype (such as creature, Werewolf, etc.), it refers to a permanent of that type. A permanent is an object on the battlefield. When a card is on the stack, it's a spell. When it's in other zones, it's a "[type/subtype] card."
Silverfur Partisan's ability only triggers "when a Wolf or Werewolf you control becomes the target..." Because it doesn't reference Wolf or Werewolf spells, or Wolf or Werewolf cards, it refers only to Wolf or Werewolf permanents.
Also, it would be hard to counter something with a sorcery, as sorceries cannot be cast in response to anything (at least not without some other effect that allows you to do so).