Ulvenwald Tracker

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper 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

justinspruiell on Rhonas Fight Club

23 hours ago

aquavulfy thanks for the comment I already run Ulvenwald Tracker and it's great in the deck. When I can keep him alive he help me pick off targets easily.

carpecanum on Dino-RAWR

3 days ago

Fire Ants, Ulvenwald Tracker or Arena for more enrage / removal

Bxbx on Ghalta, SUPER SMASH BOI - under $90

1 week ago

@Pownu: There are the colourless boardwipes, but only Nevinyrral's Disk is budget.

Green does not offer much in this regard, but Ezuri's Predation and Bane of Progress (against artifacts and enchantments) come to mind. Also Ulvenwald Tracker could be useful.

cryptstalker on Fight Deck

1 week ago

So I saw this deck yesterday and it really hit a soft spot for my love of the card Visions of Brutality, I really like the deck that you have created and the concept you went with fighting. I believe fogs (like you have in your maybe board) would be a good way to defend against a pumped up creature if you went enchantment strategy - which is an alternate route you can focus on with enchantress types but then I would splash white as well. So I will make my suggestions within Golgari and pumps since that is the original creation.

By taking out Watcher in the Web for Ulvenwald Tracker then you would really help stress the fighting early in the game. I think Ulvenwald Tracker, Pounce, and Prey Upon are great fight options and you will see a few of those each game if we can get your deck producing the enchantment you want. Hornet Nest is absolutely awesome for generating your Deathtouch creatures on a big hit. I would run 4 of each of the Phyrexian greens instants Mutagenic Growth and Noxious Revival because you can recall your main enchantment you want to use and pump the other creatures or yours depending on what you need to do, but without eating into your early game Mana. Now I know you are currently running green with a splash for visions, so maybe a few more black support cards for making your deck smoother and use the black Mana to keep your opponent from messing with your combo. Inquisition of Kozilek and Thoughtseize would be great here.

This card lends to the idea that you can replace the opponents baddies with something less threatening, but still a target to fight with: Beast Within.

Also Deathtouch. What [xyr0s] said about the Basilisk Collar was very true, it is a must have. Maybe one or two of those and then a single Bow of Nylea would prove helpful.

I like the idea of Stuffy Doll in here, although I hate building around him because of his Mana cost.

So aside from researching some better modern land - I would check some of the mtgtop8 stuff and look at what land they use in Golgari for hints - try some of these cards out and remember that no card is perfect and you should be ready to pull something out when it does not provide enough utility. Promise yourself to change one thing about the deck each time with your maybe board. It is not permanent, but learn what each cards does and what it excels at. That is the only way you will know your deck inside and out.

This is a great idea and start to an interesting deck that can be played in the modern environment, it will just take a lot of time cutting and cleaning it up.

xyr0s on Fight Deck

1 week ago

No Ulvenwald Tracker? Sure, it's not a 4-of, being so vulnerable to removal, and having to survive until you get to use its ability. And no Basilisk Collar either, which would is good on its own, but outstanding in fights.

ZorrosRage on Fight Deck

1 week ago

Might be a solid 1 cost to force fightUlvenwald Tracker

Setessan Tactics is a solid fight card that can help a board stall

Permeating MassCould be a fun annoying Target for your opponent

chadsansing on Hapatra EDH

2 weeks ago

Cartouche of Strength and Ulvenwald Tracker represent part of a fight sub-theme that might not be necessary - what do you think?

ThallionDarkshine on Ezuri

4 weeks ago

While I understand that you have a reason for the massive amount of artifact/enchantment removal, there are much better ways to deal with them than running a ton of narrow answers. You could run more versatile cards, like Freyalise, Llanowar's Fury, who has many abilities that synergize well with the deck, and also functions as artifact/enchantment removal when necessary. The next possibility is fitting in more recursion, which can be used to reuse your removal when necessary, or get back other important cards when there's nothing threatening on the table. Eternal Witness and Den Protector are some great recursion options. Finally, most of the options you are running are fairly weak, and don't synergize with the deck. Acidic Slime is one of the best green removal tools, and even gives you an experience counter. If you need responses at instant-speed, you could try either of the morph options, Ainok Survivalist and Nantuko Vigilante. And finally, if you need mass artifact/enchantment removal, Bane of Progress is a great option.

With such a heavy focus on removing artifacts and enchantments, you may have let creature removal fall by the wayside. Ulvenwald Tracker is one of the best cards in Ezuri for its ability to function as repeatable creature removal.

One more thing: I really dislike Urza's Incubator in this list. Most elves have very little colorless in their costs, so often this will only be reducing their cost by 1, or even not at all. If you still want an effect like this, Herald’s Horn is a great option that also functions as card draw.

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