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Tooth and Nail
Choose one --- Search your library for up to two creature cards, reveal them, put them into your hand, then shuffle your library; or put up to two creature cards from your hand into play.
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Tooth and Nail Discussion
4 days ago
I use to run Jin-Gitaxias, Core Augur, but like you said, it attracts a lot of hate. If you play intet early enough / Turn 4, you can worldly tutor him and potentially ruin a whole table fairly quickly. However, if he doesn't live you're about to get a horrid beating haha. Really good with Tooth and Nail + Seedborn Muse since you can untap and have responses with the jin.
Mana Vault > I run this in pretty much any EDH deck i make. It's good at almost any stage of the game. Turn 1-2 vault gives you a turn 4 6 drop aka Intet, with a ramp spell, a potential 8 drop by turn 4. Also another target for Trinket Mage.
-Garruk's Horde +Avenger of Zendikar > For 7 mana 7/7, he actuially doesn't do a whole lot since you have to survive a whole turn with him out in order to be effective and avenger works great with Craterhoof Behemoth later on since you have Temur Ascendancy for a quick kill. Avengers just a well rounded 7 drop. You already play Lurking Predators as well.
Bane of Progress You don't run an excessive amount of artifacts or enchantments and he's really good against decks that rely on mainly artifact ramp or have annoying stuff out, which if you're playing at a big table, he does the job really well.
1 week ago
Nice deck man!
I would just make some changes, I would put more dinosaurs, about 30+.
I would try to put the maximum of "Fetchs" effects, 9 lands and Kodama's Reach.
If you can, take a look on my build, I think you could have some ideas.Barney's Fury!
2 weeks ago
Thanks for the upvote and the comments! Rith's Grove might be a pretty good addition here, considering I generally won't need to worry about hand size regardless of the bounce effect. I actually thought of using Defense of the Heart instead of Tooth and Nail because my main worry with this deck against other creature decks is the delay in getting out some of the dinos. I have a couple of other cards that are in the maybeboard, such as Kindred Boon, Herald’s Horn , Krosan Grip, Explosive Vegetation, Burgeoning, and Carnage Tyrant, but I am at the point now where I've gone through everything so many times I am trying to figure out the weak cards to remove.
Beyond that, I am trying to figure out whether I may want to abandon some of the enchantment/artifact removal and head more into land destruction territory.
2 weeks ago
Nice deck, it looks a lot like what I'm building right now. You could replace Jungle Shrine with Rith's Grove if you want an option that doesn't come in tapped. Defense of the Heart could be a second Tooth and Nail. And Wild Pair could do some work, I notice you have a lot of creatures at total Power and toughness 4, 8 and 10.
2 weeks ago
Oooh positive ones, I like that idea too!
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This player has a lot of experience building decks and playing in the format, so when they offer help, you know the deck is going to get much better. Some common quotes:
- "One of the nice things about playing white is that you get quite a few efficient spot removal cards for any type of permanent!"
- "I see you are playing Tooth and Nail, do you have Craterhoof Behemoth in the deck?"
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3 weeks ago
3 weeks ago
Hey guys, thanks for all the suggestions everyone! My picks are basically trying out different variations of Abzan since i've already got it, cheers APPLE01DOJ. I'll also try a big mana deck like Tooth and Nail too, thanks Unlife. I've been looking at bogles for ages, but friends have been telling me not to play it, maybe worth a shot, cheers sylvannos
3 weeks ago