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Creature — Human Scout
Whenever a Land enters the battlefield under your control, investigate. (Put a colourles Clue artifact token onto the battleifled with ", Sacrifice this artifact: Draw a card.")
Whenever you sacrifice a Clue, put a +1/+1 counter on Tireless Tracker.
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Tireless Tracker Discussion
8 hours ago
"If you want to make a deck competitive you simply need to add competitive cards."
The statement above is only true if you are talking about midrange.
Combo decks for example, can do pretty well with rarely played cards.
Same is true about prison strategies.
Pack Rat is an extremely powerful card, but - like many others - its suffered from what i like to card "standard visibility syndrome".
When a card does well in standard, as it rotates out modern spikes pick it up, and keep it for a year or so in the deck, if its not integral to the strategy.Some examples:
Kolaghan's Command, Courser of Kruphix, Huntmaster of the Fells Flip, Olivia Voldaren... etc.
Such cards go in and out of Jund all the time, while its core of Dark Confidant, Tarmogoyf, Liliana of the Veil, Raging Ravine & Lightning Bolt are always included.
That doesn't mean that Kolaghan's Command, or Courser of Kruphix are bad.
(Tireless Tracker & Grim Flayer are the next two cards to come out from the "only true competitive" Jund lists...)
Its entirely possible to build a prison deck with discard, rats with deathtouch + 6-8x Viridian Longbow, and some crazy stuff like recurring Chittering Rats
QKey on BUG Midrange
1 day ago
For the SB:Engineered Explosives seems a bit random. i would run an additional Damnation. 2 Kitchen Finks will not make a big difference versus burn, as well as Disdainful Stroke and Countersquall, i would replace those with 3 Spell Pierce the one Maelstrom Pulse and 2 Obstinate Baloth
For detailed sideboarding plans, i would suggested some rl talking.
2 days ago
Have you seen this clayperce? Todd Stevens uses Tireless Trackers and they seem really sweet. However, his list has 23 lands and even with 21 I find myself flooded 1/3 times... so it might be a bit too much?
4 days ago
Utopia Sprawl Zendikar Resurgent Genesis Hydra Undergrowth Champion Soul of the Harvest Scute Mob Naturalize Rishkar, Peema Renegade Tireless Tracker Craterhoof Behemoth Void Winnower Sylvan Scrying Nissa's Renewal Courser of Kruphix Moldgraf Monstrosity Reclamation Sage Root Out Nissa's Pilgrimage Lifecrafter's Bestiary Abundance Cultivate
1 week ago
1 week ago
Hey, the list looks good. Changes I would make to it are cut Channeler Initiate for Longtusk Cub. Or get 4x Cub when you buy the list to playtest in place of Initiate. Cut 1x Rhonas the Indomitable for a fourth Glorybringer. Add the fourth Botanical Sanctum for a Game Trail. Cut Cut/Ribbons for a second Spray.
1 week ago
I think you're fine to order the deck now. A competitive Temur Energy list right now is $200-$300 with half of this cost for a playset of Chandra, Torch of Defiance. This is cheap for a competitive Standard deck, let alone the current best deck, haha.
Glorybringer is at a very low $5 right now and so far nothing spoiled in Ixalan other than possibly Regisaur Alpha is going to take it's place. I foresee Glorybringer going up not down. Chandra is a little harder to predict as it's pretty expensive right now, but we've already seen the Ixalan Planeswalkers and they don't remotely compare with the power level of Chandra. Vraska, Relic Seeker is close, but she's six mana. Chandra could become the best Walker in Standard maybe even become oppressive.
You're pretty safe with energy because as long as it's in Standard it will be one of the best decks. Maybe not the very best, but it will always be near the top because of how powerful energy is.
Temur Energy loses very few main deck cards at rotation. Elder Deep-Fiend, but some lists don't even use him. Game Trail can be replaced with Rootbound Crag which is a far superior land. Currently there's not a replacement yet for Lumbering Falls.
The sideboard is hit the most by rotation especially Tireless Tracker, card advantage in a can. Currently no replacement for her yet, doubt there will be. Chandra, Flamecaller rotates, Hour of Devastation could possibly replace her. Radiant Flames can possibly be replaced by Sweltering Suns, but the double red casting cost may make it uncastable in time to use it to stop aggro.
So far new spoiled Ixalan cards that I think can fit into Temur Energy are for sure Lightning Strike and Spell Pierce as sideboard options. Strike may even replace Abrade or Magma Spray main deck since it can hit a player, but I think it's safe to just get a playset of each Abrade, Strike and Spray. If artifacts continue to be a problem use Abrade otherwise use Strike. Spray is played because it can exile the creature it kills, but this might not be needed post rotation.