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Treetop Village enters the battlefield tapped.
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: Treetop Village becomes a 3/3 green Ape creature with trample until end of turn. It's still a land.
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Treetop Village Discussion
1 week ago
I dig it. Maybe swap out a couple forests or Oran-Rief, the Vastwood for Treetop Village? Some decks in modern have a really hard time dealing with manlands, even though they do slow down your pace a bit.
1 week ago
Bel mazzo, mi piace molto compatto e anche se budget pu dare qualcosa nei tornei senza ombra di dubbio.
In caso vuoi aggiornarlo in un futuro, ti consiglio:
4 weeks ago
Having played a lot of stompy builds in the past, I always like to support those who play budget like I used to, so +1.
With that being said, here are my suggestions.
Run Dryad Militant: With Storm and a vast amount of Snapcaster Mage deck strategies floating around, this card is usually very effective at what it does best, which is screwing over noncreature based combo and control decks. I'd say you want to run this as a 4 of over Kessig Prowler Flip since prowler doesn't do anything different except when you hit 5 mana, and by that time you should be able to win.
Cut Llanowar Elves: Having played a lot of stompy decks in the past, you really want to be doing the 1 drop, 2 drop, 3 drop plan, and while yes the elves are nice, you really shouldn't need them when your top cmc is 3. (Also, if you want to put in Dungrove Elder it gets worse since you will be keeping hand with elves in them instead of lands, when you really only need 20-21 lands total.
Adding Harmonize or Lead the Stampede: This one is more required to test, as these cards do what Mono-green lacks, which is card draw. Playing these cards ensures that you have the capacity to keep your hand reloaded or unrelenting if needed. (They can also work great as sideboard cards as well.)
Sideboards in mono green aren't usually too hard to make, usually what is played is something like this
1 month ago
I'm also down to 2 bolts in my main board and I like it fine. I guess the nice thing about not having Bobs is that you can run a "bigger" Jund deck with more of the heavy hitting 4 drops. That being said I would go up to the full 24 lands by adding another creature land like Treetop Village, especially since you are playing Sylvan Advocate. Have you thought away from Advocate in favor of Grim Flayer? The card selection and trample are really nice and I think it serves as a better "replacement" for Goyfs at the moment.
To make room for your main board Lavamancer you should just cut a Scooze since 4 is really never needed, even in a dredge heavy meta.
-1 K-Command for another Decay since it has more versatility.
Chandra, Torch of Defiance>Pyromaster. CToD has been amazing for me, giving the card advantage Pyromaster and Outpost Siege give but with added removal mode and with a game winning emblem.
Shouldn't need Shattering Spree with K-Command main along with Grudge and Charm also in the SB. I would cut it for something like Damnation, which this deck def wants access too for matchups like Merfolk and Eldrazi.
1 month ago
Is this intended to be a budget deck? If not, then cards like Batterskull, Darksteel Plate, and the new Hammer of Nazahn and Bloodforged Battle-Axe would be great additions here. I'm surprised that I'm not seeing Rancor in this list, since it's one of the most efficient green enchantments ever made. Also, 32 lands is not very much. I'd try and add in a few mana rocks like Sol Ring, Emerald Medallion, and Horn of Ramos along with a few more lands or ramp spells like Cultivate, Nature's Lore, Rampant Growth, or Kodama's Reach. Being a mono-colored deck, you can also afford a few more utility lands, like Rogue's Passage, Blighted Woodland, Yavimaya Hollow, Strip Mine, Myriad Landscape, Buried Ruin, Inventors' Fair, and Okina, Temple to the Grandfathers to name a few. Treetop Village can hold some equipment in a pinch if needed as well. A few card-drawing spells would also help like Harmonize or Staff of Nin for longer games.
Mandalorian on Peas
2 months ago
Ya it sounds like Polukranos would have done work on that board. If you want to continually repeat the Polukranos ability you could add Temur Sabertooth. You can activate the Sabertooth to pick up creatures and replay them, like Polukranos, and then Monstrosity again. It also works well with other creatures that have excellent enter the battlefield abilities like Eternal Witness, Wistful Selkie, and Nylea's Disciple.
What do you think of Regal Force over Mastery, it draws a ton of cards and adds to your Devotion?
2 months ago
Here are some cards that go well with Hardened Scales in Modern:
Winding Constrictor if you wanted to add black
Other good Stompy stuff:
2 months ago
Looks pretty solid, and if you are looking to get into Modern and midrange is what you like, you wont regret purchasing these pieces.
Hopefully one day you'll have the funds for at least a 3rd Liliana. She's as good as shes ever been in modern and is an important part of the decks power.
Personally Stirring Wildwood has been great for me. Its aggressively costed and reach can be important against decks like Affinity. But if you like Urborg that's cool too. Some people like the deathtouch on Hissing Quagmire and some like the aggressiveness of Treetop Village, so to each his own.
That's what is great about this deck is that it is very customizable to your play style and meta. Abzan players argue for hours about the correct Path/Push ratio, Collective Brutality main or side, 22 lands or 23 lands, TH/IoK ratio and so on. At the end of the day its about your playstyle and meta more importantly. Overall the deck looks solid though and once you start playing it you'll get a feel for the right numbers.