Creature — Frog
Sacrifice Spore Frog: Prevent all combat damage that would be dealt this turn.
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|Want (2)||karma113 , dahlilamarama|
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|Modern Horizons (MH1)||Common|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Spore Frog occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.03%
BUG (Sultai): 0.7%
Spore Frog Discussion
4 days ago
You should add a Spore Frog as it works fantastic in a Muldrotha deck
1 week ago
Skirk Prospector Armillary Sphere Grimoire of the Dead Utopia Sprawl Plaguecrafter Apprentice Necromancer Regrowth Fecundity Traveler's Amulet Spore Frog Feel good about it Shriekmaw God-Eternal Rhonas Heap Doll Farhaven Elf
These are ideas. Don't know if anything here looks interesting, bnut can find more.
Szavor on First Deck
4 weeks ago
Hey friend! Just a few things of note: - You don't need 40 lands. I'd drop it down to 37 or even 36. - 40 creatures is WAY too many. I'd take out some of the higher converted mana cost ones. - What Muldrotha wants to do is cast one type of permanent from your grave each turn. So you should have more artifacts, enchantments, and plainswalkers. - Maybe consider some self-mill? This gives you some ammunition for Muldrotha once she hits the field.
My Muldrotha deck (before I dismantled due to power level) had some nice self-mill, reanimation, and cards that had solid ETB triggers or sacrifice abilities (i.e. Archaeomancer , Spore Frog , and Pernicious Deed ). this way you get the most bang for your buck.
1 month ago
You should seriously consider replacing most or all of your fogs with Genesis , Spore Frog , and Kami of False Hope . A Green/White shell with Eladamri's Call and maybe Chord of Calling if you want to go really creature heavy. You would need discard of some sort, I think a jump-start spell like Radical Idea or Chemister's Insight would be the best option in your main Bant colors, but Raven's Crime , Collective Brutality , and Liliana of the Veil are fantastic options in black. Running counters may also be nice, Nimble Obstructionist is especially interesting.
1 month ago
You're very welcome for always responding, you always have great suggestions, whether I end up using them or not. I always appreciate constructive criticismMy meta is definitely creature/combat heavy with some control decks and very little in the way of true combo. With that said:
- Moment's Peace - I agree with cutting this, i used to run a lot more fogs with isochron scepter years ago to have psuedo turbo fog, now with Spore Frog and Spike Weaver , I can finally cut the last fog spell.
- Asceticism - this card helps tremendously whenever I get it on the field, so for now I'm keeping it. My deck probably sees the most targeted removal thrown at it and for good reason.
- Staff of Domination - definitely winmore, but it allows me to win the turn I'm able to go infinite because of its draw ability. I know it works against the ouphe, but I've used it as a deterrent to keep someone from killing the ouphe, because I'll go infinite and win my next turn. Between my 2 artifacts that give me infinite mana, I'd be more apt to drop Rings of Brighthearth because I need more for the combo. Staff can go infinite with 3 mana dorks and 2 lands if I turn them into creatures.
1 month ago
Ok, now I'm off my phone and on my computer, and this goes a bit easier. There are a lot of budget cards that are solid for Meren. Caustic Caterpillar and Viridian Zealot are great self-sacrificing utility. Spore Frog can really lock down a table. Cards like Fleshbag Marauder , Plaguecrafter , and Shriekmaw are all good removal spells that help put counters on Meren. Butcher of Malakir is budget Grave Pact you can run.
Now, that all said, I'm not sure how exactly you want to win with the deck, but Aristocrats tend to be budget, and you can run several of them to bleed the table dry that way doing what Meren wants to do; have critters die. Blood Artist , Zulaport Cutthroat , Poison-Tip Archer , Syr Konrad, the Grim , Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord are all good budget options for this strategy. But there are other directions you could go; it's up to you. What do you want your deck to do?
I hope this has helped out a little more.
1 month ago
@abbatromebone I agree... maybe Veil of Summer mist be the "new" or "better" option for Turbofog over Dispel / Negate ...can also slap down Thoughtseize so i like that a lot... or perhaps just in the SB along with the others depending on the matchup... ill look into it for sure.
currently this is what my sideboard is shaping up to be
4x Beast Within For addressing resolved permantants that just need to go... i figure the 3/3 token should be completly negated in turbofog so that should be golden removal in theory.
2x Mindbreak Trap I think could be good to just slow down anyone with lots of cantrips or stormy decks.
3x Negate : straight up noncreature counterspell.
2x Pithing Needle resolved planswalkers primarily.
May be Kiora, Master of the Depths could also help out with Genesis and Spore Frog ?... and if i splashed white i can see the possibility of integrating Kami of False Hope too...I currently dont think this is the way i wanna go because i really wanna try to stay simic for budget reasons (mostly mana base issues); but definitely an idea to be explored.... ill work up a theoretical "fog re-animator style" decklist and see where the price tag would end up.
2 months ago
- Turbo fog loses to counter magic a lot so preventing that is a good sideboard card like Veil of Summer
- Spore Frog is an amazing card especially when you can reanimate it every turn. It creates a combat damage lock which is super powerful against a lot of decks. This can be done with Kenrith, the Returned King but requires black, or Genesis which must be in your graveyard.