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Song of the Dryads
Enchantment — Aura
Enchanted permanent is a colorless Forest land.
Song of the Dryads Discussion
6 days ago
I have been playing enchantment based decks for quite some time now and I got a couple sugestions for you:
- Grasp of Fate
- Oblivion Ring
- Banishing Light
- Journey to Nowhere
- Stasis Snare
- Imprisoned in the Moon
- Song of the Dryads
- Prison Term
- Aura Shards
Hate and Protection
And some amazing non-budget cards:
1 week ago
Genesis Wave is great if you mana ramp a lot. Really is a huge game shifter if left alone.
1 week ago
Cariddis: I believe it would be supplemental. It's a piece of tech that's very difficult to come by in our color. Especially since you're missing Lignify and Song of the Dryads , which is typically an auto include in monogreen decks for this reason alone. I suggested Mouth of Ronom cause it's easier to slot in a land, but if I had to recommend anything it would be to run every cost efficient answer to creatures.
2 weeks ago
Instead of tackling the enemy with stacks of auras bolstering Uril, I have opted for a flavoring of complementary PAIRS of enactments and auras.
Or, for pure beatdown power, I could search for the aura Spectra Ward which gives uril protection from all colors, and in doing so would restrict me from being able to enchant him any further... except from colorless auras. Enter the perfect dance partner Eldrazi Conscription the powerful colorless aura that, together with Spectra, brings Uril to 21/21.
And, where I could have given my deck a one sided board wipe, I instead opted for the more sportsmen sorcery of Single Combat . Where ALL players choose one creature they own... and sacrifices the rest. Leaving my champion Uril a little one-on-one time to show his prowess, and prove that even the strongest creatures stand no chance against an enchanted beast.
Along with other complimentary tricks my version of Uril is a fun waltz of choices. An elegant way to have fun with strategy over slapping on cheap, vapid auras.
This is my Uril.
3 weeks ago
Glad you love the deck, man! :D As for your flying problem, I can't say that I have one. My meta usually consists of fast combo decks that aim to win around turn 5-6 or heavy control and stax decks. The deck currently has the best possible suite for general creature control without compromising the combo and as an added side bonus Great Oak Guardian can also help if absolutely needed.
Furthermore, there are other precautions you can take, like the Thornweald Archer . You can also use Kraul Harpooner and Emerald Charm . Personally, I don't like the other guys cause they do nothing for the combo at hand.
As for the Hexproof, you have access to Lignify and Song of the Dryads which can be brought out via Genesis Hydra . However, this is only relevant when you're trying to wipe the field with a pesky Hexproof creature and you're trying to end with Shaman of Forgotten Ways .
However, if your pod makes you the archenemy because you're playing Yeva Draw-Grow, you might not be in the right arena. This is a deck that should be matched with similarly strong decks that don't rely on damage/voltron-like strategies that can pummel this deck in archenemy-like situations. Though, I promise you this deck will still manage to pull through those situations if played correctly and patiently as is.
I hope this helps!
4 weeks ago
1 month ago
Thank you for the recommendations for the deck! I have thought about both Cephalid Coliseum and Crystal Vein previously. I like the Coliseum for its easy ability to dig through my deck for only one mana. My one problem with the card is that it takes my land spot for a turn and it doesn't give me mana so it slows me down there. As for Crystal Vein I really like how every other turn I can produce 4 colorless mana and if The Gitrog Monster is out then it gives card draw as well. I just need to find a slot for it in the deck. Lastly the Song of the Dryads I hadn't even thought about including it in the deck but I love how devastating it can be if put on someone's commander so I will definitely have to try and fit it in. Thank you again and if you have any other recommendations please let me know!
1 month ago
I'm also really fond of Song of the Dryads here. Very versatile piece of removal that can shut down entire decks.
Song of the Dryads occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.05%