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|Commander Anthology Vol. II (CM2)||Uncommon|
|Commander Anthology (CM1)||None|
|Commander 2015 (C15)||Uncommon|
|Vintage Masters (VMA)||Uncommon|
|MTG: Commander (CMD)||Uncommon|
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Tribute to the Wild
Each opponent sacrifices an artifact or enchantment.
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Tribute to the Wild Discussion
2 months ago
SynergyBuild Yeeah good call. I dunno. I like manglehorn but I ended up going with Tribute to the Wild instead because it cost one less, and hit everyone. Drop it early nab a sol ring and signet or two is pretty rude. The Manglehorn may be better or worth cutting something else for. I guess in the end it only hitting artifacts worried me a bit since my removal suite kept getting pinched in this deck. What would you cut for it?
4 months ago
timmyt1000 on RNG
5 months ago
here's a few suggestions we can talk tomorrow
Tribute to the Wild , Crop Rotation ,Innocent Blood , Diabolic Intent ,Attrition , Vampiric Rites ,Phyrexian Reclamation , Small Pox , Harvester of Souls , Blood Artist , Ramunap Excavator , Awakening Zone , From Beyond , Putrefy , High Market , Blighted Fen , Blighted Woodland , Tainted Wood , Woodland Cemetery , Llanowar Wastes
7 months ago
Most decks actually seem to have shifted away from Black Market, Deathreap Ritual, Zulaport Cutthroat, Hangarback Walker, Walking Ballista, Vindictive Lich, Brawn, Tribute to the Wild, Golgari Thug, Lightning Greaves.
8 months ago
Looks like you've made a good start with this deck. It is however rather weak in its reactionary power. It is currently also not capable of dealing with enemy artifacts or enchantments. Therefore, I would propose the following:
- Nullmage Shepherd: this seems like a nice, repeatable way to deal with enemy artifacts/enchantments in a creature-heavy deck like yours.
- Tajuru Preserver: makes it impossible for your opponents to force you to sac your stuff. Seems rather valuable these days.
- Eladamri, Lord of Leaves: giving all your elves shroud seems like a good start to keep them safe.
- Fierce Empath: a great (additional) tutor for Craterhoof Behemoth or Ulamog, the Infinite Gyre.
- Lys Alana Huntmaster: create an extra Elf for every Elf you cast.
- Natural State/Nature's Claim/Naturalize/Tribute to the Wild: some artifact/enchantment removal.
- Lignify/Song of the Dryads: perfect way to get rid of indestructible permanents.
- Lifecrafter's Bestiary: nice way to give you some extra draw. The green mana required for that shouldn't be a problem in this deck.
Hope this helps your deck. Have fun playing.
8 months ago
Looks like a cool list. May take some ideas from it for my own.
As for suggestions, I can't recommend Voldaren Pariah Flip enough. It's so good for the deck, and pops 6 counters on all your creatures if Mazirek's around. Also, if you're going to run only one of Grave Pact or Dictate of Erebos (as I did in my list, as I don't like the card a whole lot, but it's a waste to not run at least one of them), I'd highly recommend Dictate. The one extra mana pales in comparison to the advantage Flash gives you. Furthermore, I'd point towards Tribute to the Wild for some broad artifact/enchantment removal, if not entirely accurate. Still, as long as there's one person there who only has one of them out there, you know what you're going to get, and regardless of the rest of the board state, Mazirek is going to love it. I also found Endrek Sahr, Master Breeder really useful in getting the tokens out while you are also filling the board with some more menacing stuff. He usually ends up eating himself, but that's another sac for Mazirek usually.
Also I'd recommend looking more towards lands you can sacrifice. These don't have to be fetch lands, I personally really like Blighted Woodland and Myriad Landscape, as aside from land filtering your deck, they are also giving you a slight bit of momentum (though they are slower than fetches, depends on your play group I guess). Also I would wonder whether Corpsejack Menace really pulls his weight. As far as the likes of Mazirek go, he really doesn't do anything more than Hardened Scales or Winding Constrictor.
Could make many more suggestions but most of them would be heavily dependent on your play group. I think I've pointed to the more generic once here. If you're still looking for inspiration, you can always check out my own list :)
10 months ago
Cards we were talking about considering
Bane of Progress, Bind, Moss Diamond, Heartwood Storyteller, Ground Seal, Triumph of the Hordes, Tribute to the Wild, Natural State, Carpet of Flowers, Hall of Gemstone, Dosan the Falling Leaf, Tel-Jilad Justice,Seeds of Innocence, Unravel the Aether
10 months ago
Hey, for a first Commander deck this looks very good.
I suggest expanding on the make every player sac something strategy:
- Fleshbag Marauder
- Innocent Blood
- Tribute to the Wild
- Barter in Blood
- Death Cloud
- Abyssal Gatekeeper
- Call to the Grave
- Desecration Demon
Deathreap Ritual seems very good here potentially drawing you a lot of cards since it triggers for every player's end step. Tireless Tracker can make clues which can be a continuous amount of permanents to sac for draw and counters and she has counters interaction.
Some sac lands to consider are:
Good luck with your deck.