Creature — Wolf
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5 days ago
Was brought here from the Thread posted.
Unless your manabase is very consistent, double mana symbol cards can stretch out a deck's capacity on operating smoothly.
CUT: Brimaz, King of Oreskos, Archetype of Aggression (Replace with Primal Rage if needed), Stormbreath Dragon, Voltaic Brawler (Only energy card?), Dreg Mangler (scavenge is marginal), Putrid Leech, Watchwolf, Flinthoof Boar, Burnished Hart (For better Green Ramp, usually only in decks without green), Crackling Doom.
1 month ago
ODDIOBLENDER Do you think Loxodon Hierarch would be better as a side or mainboard card? Would Heroic Intervention be an adequate substitute? No need to regenerate if its indestructible, right? Plus it's a smaller mana investment. Also, why Watchwolf over Fleecemane Lion?
1 month ago
1 month ago
8 to 2.0
1 month ago
I made a deck with Silverfur Partisan as well some time ago, if you want to take a look at it i can link you to it, it is about 50$ as well, so it might have some budget cards you could be interested in.
I think Silverfur Partisan + Zada, Hedron Grinder is an amazing combo and should be considered if you try to pump out wolf token for good.If you dont want/have Zada, i think a neat option is to incorporate Strive spells into the deck. Cards like Twinflame, Colossal Heroics, Nature's Panoply, Setessan Tactics, Harness by Force and Rouse the Mob come to mind if you want to get more than one trigger out of one card.
Warriors' Lesson also gives you more than one trigger, and draws you cards as well, so i think that might be interesting to you as well.
The other option i see is to splash white by adding Jungle Shrine instead of Rugged Highlands and perhaps one more Evolving Wilds and 1 Plains instead of 1 Forest/Mountain each, to gain access to cards like Watchwolf, Reap What Is Sown, Seeds of Strength and Travel Preparations and powerful sideboard options like Condemn or Feat of Resistance
I hope some of my rambling was of help to you =)
2 months ago
Any commander deck needs at least 10 ramp cards, and you are in green, the premier ramp color in magic. Llanowar Elves, Elvish Mystic, Birds of Paradise, Avacyn's Pilgrim, Fyndhorn Elves, Devoted Druid, Priest of Titania, Wood Elves and Sol Ring (a must in every commander deck). I'd suggest to prioritize in creatures that add mana (over sorceries and instants) so you can later add a Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx and abuse of a ton of mana.
3 months ago
Phyrexian Processor is very good and borderline broken. Simply pay 10 life or more (Seriously, with this commander that isn't too much) and get a nice 10/10 to multiply and overrun
Mirari's Wake is just too good of ramp and aura buff to pass up. A powerful staple of any G/W EDH deck.
4 months ago
I agree with TheMadRocketeer. Aggro is very easy on the wallet. I would suggest increasing your creature count to at least 24 for a steady flow of creatures. To make room, I would get rid of:
-Watchwolf (It's value will sink within the next turn)
-Hardened Scales (Its really useless unless you have a playset and play it turn 1.)
-Ajani's Aid (It has little use for an aggro deck, except tutoring for Ajani, who is kinda weak.)
You can add bigger threats, since you have sufficient mana ramp. But your deck could get too slow to deal enough damage before it gets blocked.