Ulvenwald Tracker

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters 2017 Edition (MM3) Rare
Avacyn Restored (AVR) Rare

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Ulvenwald Tracker

Creature — Human Shaman

, : Target creature you control fights another target creature.

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Ulvenwald Tracker Discussion

sylvannos on Torn between two similar mono-green ...

4 days ago

I like the first deck just for Ulvenwald Tracker alone. That card is nuts and I loved having it in Standard.

StoryArcher on Torn between two similar mono-green ...

1 week ago

I'm really struggling to decide which of these two similar mono-green decks to play in Modern. Both could be considered Budget and both have had some solid success in local Modern tournaments over the past few months. I'd really appreciate some insight on how they might perform respectively on a larger stage and if there is one version that seems to have a clear-cut advantage over the other in the current Modern format.

Don't Let 'em Breathe I

Creatures (30)

Instant (7)

Enchantment (4)

Land (20)

This version plays a little more straightforward, essentially relying on a steady supply of bigger and bigger creatures to eventually overwhelm your opponent. There are some incidental graveyard effects and a little creature removal via Ulvenwald Tracker, but its nothing revolutionary. At the moment I'm playing three Collected Company in place of another instant like Vines of Vastwood. There are no ramp effects to speak of apart from Nykthos - a case could be made for swapping Dryad Militant out for some Birds or Elves, but the deck as is has a really smooth mana curve.

(If you drop Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx and replace Collected Company with Vines of Vastwood, this deck can be had for about $100. Replacing Rhonas the Indomitable with Champion of Lambholt drops that down closer to $70.)

Don't Let 'em Breathe II

Creatures (26)

Instant (6)

Enchantment (8)

Land (20)

This version requires a bit more judicious play (but only a bit), in that you tend to want to build a little before making a big swing rather than coming hard and fast from the outset. In addition to devotion, it leans on the +1/+1 token mechanic with the Champion of Lambholt usually serving to break up any early stalemates. There are fewer creatures in this deck and the mana curve isn't quite as smooth, but every single creature can generate tokens and its not uncommon for this deck to get very big, very quickly. Including a couple of Inspiring Call has led to several clutch wins for me in the past. This deck lacks any removal at all and has a greater vulnerability to removal itself, since so many cards can benefit from other cards with tokens. Overall, I tend to find that it's a half-step slower than the other version but it also performs much more consistently in the mid-game, whereas its counterpart can peter out at times.

(This deck can be had for less than $100, and if you drop Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx, its closer to $70.)

Phurex on Big, Fat and Roaring - A thiccer take on Brostorm

1 week ago

Ulvenwald Tracker is already in the deck. :)
Verdeloth the Ancient is here because of that Kicker X that makes him perfect as a finisher for one of the combos, other than being a good token producer and a decent body on his own in case of a Pyroclasm-like effect or if needed as a simple blocker, but Wolfbriar Elemental is very well-stated, so thanks for the suggestion.
Feed the Pack is nice by itself but this deck focuses a bit more on cards with very good standalone effects rather than "just" raw power, plus at six mana I'm afraid it would be a little too slow, even for a mono green deck. Ooze Garden may found a place in the list though, since it's so cheap. Thanks!

DanowarElf on Big, Fat and Roaring - A thiccer take on Brostorm

1 week ago

I love it! I like all the crazy cards in here to make this thing just a complete powerhouse, haha! I made a deck with this same commander and it's my most fun deck I own! Please take a look and let me know if it helps with ideas. Not-So-Jolly Green Giant

I recommend Wolfbriar Elemental over Verdeloth simply because it's more efficiently-costed and if the creature dies, the tokens remain 2/2s. I'd recommend Feed the Pack and Ooze Garden. In my experience with this deck, these are too good and too fun to pass up! Also Ulvenwald Tracker puts in overtime in here. Peace!

Thousandoaks on Forbidden Justu - Dragon Reanimation!

1 week ago

Thank you to everyone who has been providing feedback, I really appreciate the options your suggestions have given me! (Shout out to MattDovah and Nethereon!)

This deck has been performing tremendously well! So far, I've only lost one game where I was hated out because of "Dragons!" (I was even hated out before Atraxa Superfriends!)

Based on the recommendations made by those in the comments, I decided to make the list just a little more competitive and consistent, I made the following adjustments:

  • Replaced Kaalia of the Vast with Bloom Tender. Kaalia's ability is great when the entire deck is built around her. Otherwise, it is very situational. In addition, in a deck centered around reanimation, our hand isn't normally stocked with bombs for Kaalia to exploit. Instead, I've added Bloom Tender to give me some dedicated ramp.

  • Replaced Ulvenwald Tracker with Feldon of the Third Path. This is a straight value trade. Ulvenwald Tracker's ability was very situational removal and often required some form of synergy with Scion of the Ur-Dragon. Feldon is a much better pick for this deck and offers much more value and synergy with the graveyard!

  • Replaced Sarkhan's Triumph with Rite of Replication. This was a tough call, however after play testing, a late game Rite of Replication was often much more valuable than a late game Dragon Tutor. I emphasize "late game" because this is indeed a late game deck (as are most dragon decks). Particularly, if Boseiju, Who Shelters All can guarantee a kicked Rite of Replication in combination with any of the Kamigawa Dragons... well then, GG!

Please let me know what you think of the changes! As always, all suggestions are welcome and all upvotes are appreciated! Thank you!

xboryce on Titania's Lands

2 weeks ago

@ kamelyan

I'd considered Gitrog but I like the jankiness Titania provides with all of the saclands I have. Scapeshift with her on the field usually wins the game, especially if I have Concordant Crossroads out too. I do agree that mono-G leaves a bit to be desired with wipes though.

Love Bane of Progress, I've been thinking of dropping Wave of Vitriol to add him in actually. I've had Wave in my hand several times and thought "I wish I had something else" which is a position I don't like to be in.

Something like Hurricane or Whirlwind could really help me out! How do you feel about Desert Twister? Its mana intense, but very flexible.

Rhonas is a nice suggestion for fighting. I like how he can buff and enable trample as a mana outlet. I'll try to find room for him and something like Ulvenwald Tracker to get that rolling. Predator Ooze is nice because he'll grow as he fights but since he starts so small I'm not sure if I can make him big enough to take out threats. Worth a try though.

Thanks for all your suggestions!

Chaostrash on DASA LOTTA DAMAGE

2 weeks ago

I'm guessing these are things to cut out? Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker is here to copy creatures like Kalonian Hydra or some creatures that give me extra combat steps, he's too good not to run in the deck, Ulvenwald Tracker is optional removal for creatures i don't like but don't want to swing at, Wood Elves because I need ramp, Dictate of the Twin Gods (or any of my damage doublers) and Repercussion are the deck, I want to be dealing lethal or near lethal damage to any opponent at a moment's notice

jordybear2002 on DASA LOTTA DAMAGE

2 weeks ago

Removal Options. Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker, Ulvenwald Tracker, Wood Elves, Dictate of the Twin Gods because that includes other players dmg, Repercussion once again works for everyone, and Sylvan Library because you aren't running any good life gain

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