Squee, the Immortal
Legendary Creature — Goblin
You may cast Squee, the Immortal from your graveyard or from exile.
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Squee, the Immortal Discussion
2 weeks ago
2 weeks ago
I got inspired to build a Squee, the Immortal exile tribal deck because of this. I remember playing against your exact deck while in naval nuclear power school. The memories were great. Can't wait to see how this deck upgrades through the years.
3 weeks ago
Feels like a mash up of a bunch of decent-good creatures without much of a direction. Not that this is a bad thing, just an observation. Switching your commander to Golos, Tireless Pilgrim could help bring this together a bit more or maybe you could go the foodchain route with Eternal Scourge, Squee, the Immortal and Misthollow Griffin and poop your deck onto the table.
1 month ago
I'm surprised no Cabal Coffers to really burst up the mana.
Tentative Connection is a great ol' "one turn steal and sack" trick that synergizes amazingly with Greven, but there's one more that I throw in so I can have more fun: Act of Aggression. I'd give up some of those homespun sacrifice targets and enjoy sacrificing other people's creatures! ;-)
On the life gain side of things, you gotta want Exquisite Blood no? Throw in a Tree of Perdition and you can do horrible, horrible things to people: the Tree swaps their health down to 13, and that counts as life gain for you, and then you sack the Tree, giving up all that life you just gained, but now Greven is this unholy monster that just levels the playing field (and ironically, if that wasn't lethal, you'll get back all the life loss they get again). It also pairs similarly with Heartless Hidetsugu (though the Whip of Erebos you've got already in there makes it work well enough).
Some things are just better in graves, like Filth and Anger... and if you aren't going to have much in the way of reanimators, Necrotic Ooze comes in handy... just in case someone somehow dodged a bullet with the first use of Tree of Perdition's active ability... now you can try taking them down to 3 health! ;-)
Pro-tip if you play multi-player games: the myriad mechanic is your friend. Banshee of the Dread Choir and Warchief Giant let you trigger any ETB effects, and then you can play politics with your opponents trading favours for which token you are going to sacrifice to boost Greven.
I love pairing Greven with Flayer of the Hatebound as you do. Even more fun is bringing in K'rrik's old man, Yawgmoth, Thran Physician, because at the cost of 1 life (yeah! Greven and Font of Agonies get even more charged up!, and a minion sacrifice, you can cancel out that +1/+1 counter so that you can keep sacrificing the Flayer each round.
One more fun thing that can add chaos into everything is Brash Taunter. Not only is he a great blocker, but If you've got Fiery Emancipation out, you can use Soul's Fire and then have Brash Taunter be the target, who then redirects to your opponent... with the damage tripling on each hop, for 9x damage from Greven's power after he's done a sacrifice... and that's not counting his actual attack damage.
1 month ago
You can always run Food Chain and Squee, the Immortal to generate infinite mana of WURG. Then you cast Omnath, draw card, exile to food chain. Repeat drawing your deck till you hit a win con. Like Lab Man or Finale of Devastation etc.
1 month ago
It looks like you'd be best off using a sac goblins/artifacts theme, meaning you can get a fairly powerful deck if you make on or two minor theme concessions.
More suggestions soon.
2 months ago
Squee, Goblin Nabob can't be moved back to your hand from exile. Once exile, he's stuck there. If you meant Squee, the Immortal, when you cast him from exile he does move zones, so when Chrome Mox looks at the colors of the exile card, it doesn't find any card, so it can't identify any color. That is, if you tap Chrome Mox after casting Squee, the Immortal, it won't tap for any mana.
2 months ago
My Omnath, Top of the Elemental Food Chain deck is a cEDH deck, which means that it's not tribal. The point of the deck is to generate infinite mana using Food Chain and creatures that you can cast from exile: Misthollow Griffin, Squee, the Immortal, and Eternal Scourge. With infinite mana, then you cast Omnath, Locus of the Roil infinite times, pinging everyone down one point at a time.
I have a casual Omnath list here: https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/omnath-locus-of-land-creatures/ This brew is focused around animating and attacking with elemental lands.