When Woodweaver's Puzzleknot enters the battlefield, you gain 3 life and get (three energy counters).
2G, Sacrifice Woodweaver's Puzzleknot: You gain 3 life and get .
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Woodweaver's Puzzleknot Discussion
10 months ago
Unnatural Predation is way too underpowered for this deck. Vessel of Nascency is also too slow. Woodweaver's Puzzleknot is too slow. I would recommend Giant Growth for pumping speed, Servant of the Conduit for energy, and Blossoming Defense for protection.
11 months ago
I couldn't agree with you more beyondlegend.
Glint-Sleeve Siphoner is better than Dark Confidant if you can keep feeding it energy. No information for the opponent and you can decide when/if you want the card draw. I just added Woodweaver's Puzzleknot back into the mix for three reasons. Primarily for more energy, second for Delirium, and third for the life gain.
1 year ago
I would start by cutting Woodweaver's Puzzleknot as your deck has no energy synergies. If gaining 3 to 6 life is your concern I would look to Feed the Clan or Life Goes On, but only one of these in the SB.
Ezuri, Renegade Leader is better than Managorger Hydra in an elf deck.
Thornbow Archer is a nice Janky card.
Elvish Archdruid is way better than Elvish Champion
Nissa, Worldwaker gives you a way to capitalize on the budget land list.
Dwynen, Gilt-Leaf Daen looks good as a one of.
4 copies of Fatal Push is unnecessary in Jund as there are SOOOO many removal cards in those colors. Even on a budget, Putrefy, Abrupt Decay, Lightning Bolt, Fatal Push, Cast Down, Dismember, Terminate.... The list goes on and on. Having a playset of any is generally wrong unless it's Bolt because it beats face.
1 year ago
Cool deck. A card I prefer slightly over Sage of Shaila's Claim is Woodweaver's Puzzleknot because of the lifegain and ability to get extra energy after scarfing it. However, Sage can trade in combat, so it's more of a meta call. It can even do chip damage against control. Just a card similar I thought should get recognized.
1 year ago
Interesting deck! I run a budget energy deck that's fairly competitive at Every Day I'm Pummelin'. The main takeaway card with energy is Woodweaver's Puzzleknot. Bristling Hydra is pretty cheap right now. i'd recommend the playset mainboard. At least all 4 somewhere in the 75. Aethersphere Harvester is an amazing energy card. However, the most important inclusion would be Servant of the Conduit in addition to run more lands. 20 is dangerously low, and being 3 colors means you will hardly ever it the colors you want when it's needed. Especially when you run Aetherwind Basker. Nothing wrong with the card; it's just a high cmc. I'm not a personal fan of the card, but this deck seems like Greenbelt Rampager could be a good card. Hope this helps!
1 year ago
Woodweaver's Puzzleknot looks like a solid addition to this deck. Get life, gain energy, sacrifice and gain more life and gain more energy. Seems pretty good for this deck, I think.
1 year ago
Panharmonicon would be a great addition to this deck, and Whirler Virtuoso would provide an alternate place to dump mana. If you're going to use Ghirapur Orrery, Architect of the Untamed is always nice.Harnessed Lightning is great removal, and Aether Hub is great for mana fixing. Adding these cards would make it less of an Electrostatic Pummeler deck and more of a Temur Energy deck. To find space for the cards I suggested, maybe take out some of the following: Thriving Turtle, Glint-Nest Crane, Woodweaver's Puzzleknot, and Cathartic Reunion. Nice deck, keep up the good work, and I hope my suggestions help. I'm just offering a way to make it a more competitive and consistent Temur Energy deck.
2 years ago
@NicholsGT That is amazing. Was laughing pretty hard at the "1-0" result xD. To be fair, it sounds like it came down to piloting in some of your games, so again great job man.
It doesnt surprise me you lost to aggro. I will try to make suggestions without breaking the rules of the challenge this time ;)
First off, you don't need 4 copies of Nezahal in the sb. It's a pretty cool card, but you should have plenty of big bois. This would make more room for anti-aggro in the side.
Shielded Aether Thief is an amazing suggestion, I'm so jalous I didn't think of it first. It helps A TON against aggro, and it still provides draw versus midrange. It even cashes in some energy. You can even play it after they attack with dudes like Earthshaker Khenra or Ahn-Crop Crasher.
The last suggestion is splashing green. But wait, before you say "I wanna play monoblue", you don't even have to change the mana-base. Add in a few Woodweaver's Puzzleknot, instead of the Glassblower's Puzzleknot. It provides more energy, but most importantly it provides 3-6 life. That is big money against aggro. The 4x Aether Hub should usually be consistent enough, but you could always add 2-3x Botanical Sanctum.
I cannot express how happy it makes me a deck like this exists and is wreaking havoc. It is so cheap as well! You are brilliant sir.