Treetop Village

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Custom Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Duel Decks: Elves vs. Inventors (DDU) None
Duel Decks: Nissa vs. Ob Nixilis (DDR) Uncommon
Duel Decks: Knights vs. Dragons (DDG) Uncommon
Duel Decks: Garruk vs. Liliana (DDD) Common
Tenth Edition (10E) Uncommon
Urza's Legacy (ULG) Uncommon
Promo Set (000) Common
Promo set for Gatherer (PSG) Rare

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Treetop Village

Land

Treetop Village enters the battlefield tapped.

: Add to your mana pool.

: Treetop Village becomes a 3/3 green Ape creature with trample until end of turn. It's still a land.

Treetop Village Discussion

Ajuntoson on Wait, Did I Get Stomped On?

1 month ago

First of all, I love it. I've built practically the same deck (not going to shamelessly plug, just seems rude), and it's my first dip into modern. I've definitely got a couple suggestions. This is a very creature heavy deck, so I'd highly recommend Blossoming Defense or Vines of Vastwood over gigantic growth. Yeah, growth gives you 1 more power, but the flexibility of protecting your man from a fatal push or path to exile makes it absolutely worth it. Next, I'd say add 2 or 3 Treetop Village s, and bump the land to 20-21. Village doubles as a forest and backup tusker. Lastly, let's talk sideboard. Natural State is much better that the seal do to it's instant speed and costing one less. A Creeping Corrosion or 2 would also be recommended for those boards that get out of hand too fast. Prowling Serpopard is amazing for those decks that like to run nothing but counterspells. I would recommend Scavenging Ooze , but the wheel of sun and moon pretty much covers both graveyard and mill strategies. Like I said, wonderful deck. Hope these tips bring you success in future games.

rdbaron102 on Need help with land creature ...

2 months ago

If you make your commander Tatyova, Benthic Druid , you can get Faerie Conclave , Treetop Village and Lumbering Falls . Then you could add all the colorless man-lands such as Mishra's Factory and Mutavault . I also use Sylvan Awakening in my version of the Tatyova deck myself.

clayperce on Thoughts on UG Control?

2 months ago

APPLE01DOJ,
Thanks much; I'll give your Kefnet deck a hard look, for sure.

heckproof and APPLE01DOJ,
Yeah, those are all good examples.

PlatinumOne,

> weird mashup of ramp into semi-big threats with suboptimal control elements.

That's actually a great definition of what Ponza is all about! I usually describe the deck more like "aggressive ramp into bulk rares that you would never expect could be good in Modern, with an overlay of annoying mana-denial Control", but yours will certainly do. The thing is, it works surprisingly well in many metas.

> besides fetchlands, what activated or triggered abilities are you hoping to stop with Repudiate / Replicate

I actually laid that out in the deck description, but in case you missed it here it is again:

  • Opponent transforms a Thing in the Ice? Repudiate the triggered ability and our team stays on the field.
  • Opponent wants to make us sac' a creature with Lili, put a Terminus on top with Jace, or ultimate whatever random Planeswalker they have? Repudiate the activated ability and we've totally turned the game around.
  • Opponent tries to Modular a ton of +1/+1 counters onto their attacking Inkmoth Nexus, wipe our board with an Oblivion Stone, Equip a Batterskull, Crew a Smuggler's Copter, etc, etc, etc? Repudiate gives us answers (or at least options) we never had in 'normal' Ponza.

Here are more details though, looking at the top meta decks in turn ...

All that said, it's clear that in many cases a 2-mana counterspell (e.g., Negate or Mana Leak ) is better than a 2-mana stifle effect ... certainly UW Control has found that to be the case! What's not clear to me yet is if that's the case in UG Control as well ...

Duerten on V A L U E T O W N

2 months ago

Nice deck, aggressive and effective.

Sideboard seems a little too all-over-the-place, but i guess this is what you have to do when you play against the modern meta.

Although, why Dryad Arbor and Treetop Village ? Don't get me wrong i like the cards but at this setup you might be better of with 1-2 basics instead. I mean Stirring Wildwood already comes tapped, and Sunpetal Grove needs a basics bad.

Birds of Paradise is a really nice creature, flying and ramp is great in this deck, but the lands might slow you down too much.

I really like your creature base, that list can give some extreme pressure on the opponent, Kitchen Finks and Voice of Resurgence sticks around after a wrath. Maybe Experiment One ?

BrandonJamesCAC on BUG em out!! :)

3 months ago

I've been toying with Sultai myself.

Are you just running Blue for the sideboard mainly? Snappy too but I don't know... I have been having a tough go with the 3 color Rock.

I look at

Creeping Tar Pit

Snapcaster Mage

Then think...

Treetop Village

Eternal Witness

Is the blue even worth it?

Plus 1 though!

mrdehring on All Glory to the Hypnotoad

4 months ago

You may want The Mending of Dominaria in this deck. It allows you to recycle your cards and is a great way to get the lands out.

Is Baloth Woodcrasher that useful in your deck, would an Undergrowth Champion be more useful?

The Embodiment of Insight is great with landfall, but you can also add some actual manlands like Blinkmoth Nexus , Hissing Quagmire , Treetop Village and Svogthos, the Restless Tomb

BlackjackHD on

5 months ago

Treetop Village doesn't seem useful here. When it comes time to beat down with manlands, Creeping Tar Pit is just better. This can probably become a Forest or other Gx dual land.

You are noticeably weak to low-to-the-ground aggro plans which are dominant in Modern right now. Without red, you can't use Pyroclasm, and Firespout will only hit fliers, so consider Drown in Sorrow or Flaying Tendrils to wrath a board of Humans early in the game, and upgrade Languish to Damnation to hit a 5/5+ Champion of the Parish, opposing Tarmogoyf, Gurmag Angler / Tasigur, or Reality Smasher.

Grafdigger's Cage could be useful sideboard to help curb Dredge and Company decks. Scooze is great grave hate, but you're only running 2. I would also consider dropping JTMS and Nimble Obstructionist for Dark Confidant for card advantage. Jace is not especially strong at the moment. If you don't want to spring for Bob, Tasigur, the Golden Fang could take Jace's spot instead. Damping Sphere over Fulminator Mage maintains your sideboard Tron hate spot while also hosing Storm and checking Bloodbraid Elf. I fear that Jund will just do what you're doing, better, so having an answer to it will help in game 2.

I love Bxy grindy midrange decks and BUG seems like such a natural fit, but it hasn't made a good showing yet. I'd love to see this deck become great!

APPLE01DOJ on Silver Bullets

5 months ago

Against control Carnage Tyrant is legit. It's not a silver bullet because they run both Settle the Wreckage and Terminus to answer it. And for that same reason you're not going to find an unstoppable answer. Id say 1-2 Tyrant in the main, 2-3 Treetop Village/Stirring Wildwood also in the main with 1-2 Choke and 1-2 Sorcerous Spyglass/Pithing Needle in the side. Will improve your Control match up. Your mana base probably can't afford them but a couple Field of Ruin/Ghost Quarter will also help against both Control & Tron.

As it is your sideboard is really weak. I would revise the whole thing. Especially since you're in white. There is no reason at all you shouldn't be running stuff like Stony Silence.

Against Tron. Basically land hate and exile effects with a quick clock.

So a full Path to Exile play set in the main. Soul Tithe, Oblivion Ring, Mwonvuli Acid-Moss, Stony Silence, Damping Sphere, Aven Mindcensor, Gaddock Teeg (which u have). If you want something that works with your deck I would use Wurmcoil Engine. It dodges Ugin & All Is Dust and if they crack an O-Stone will leave bodies behind.

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Treetop Village occurrence in decks from the last year

Modern:

All decks: 0.12%

Golgari: 2.01%

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.01%