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Buyback (2)(Green) (You may pay an additional (2)(Green) as you play this spell. If you do, put this card into your hand as it resolves.)
Put an X/X green Wurm creature token into play.
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1 month ago
that is very true, but she does make defenders for herself. and yes, i did not notice the fact that you can get an emblem the turn after you play her. I'd recommend cutting five lands to put in some more bombs. while you may get plenty of draw effects, you are very likely to draw lands non-stop. If Primeval Titan wasn't banned, I'd recommend him. but I'll put a few suggestions out there. Beacon of Creation, Howl of the Night Pack, (a personal favorite as I'm a wolves player) Sasaya, Orochi Ascendant, (Very easy to flip in a deck like this one, and then you have infinite mana) Kalonian Twingrove, and of course you cant have a deck named lost in the woods without Lost in the Woodsalso, with all those lands, put a few x drops in there, such as Endless One, Wurmcalling, Genesis Wave, or Lifeblood Hydra
1 month ago
Sweet deck. I like taking advantage of Nath's discard theme, and the tokens are a great way to stall the game. There are a few recommendations that may improve the deck. I'm an advocate of using hard ramp, i.e. ramp that places lands on the board over cards that are subject to removal. With that being said, I would definitely run Hour of Promise because it doesn't have a restriction on what it can find, in terms of lands. This is a great way to tutor out your Urborg and Coffers if you need them.
Also, I think you would benefit from more card draw. Vanquisher's Banner and Greater Good are both excellent in tribal decks - Greater Good more so in elves because of Timberwatch. Another great inclusion is Wirewood Herald. The ability to tutor for a creature, specifically elf, when you have plenty of ways to sac your stuff, is perfect. Plus, it combos with Timberwatch and Greater Good.
Since you're running a heavy discard theme, I know you have Megrim, but having Liliana's Caress seems like a given choice, too.
If you want to get really cheeky, this deck is set up to run Paradox Engine + Buyback spells that generate tokens, primarily Sprout Swarm and Wurmcalling, but you can also run Mind Peel as a way to essentially Mindtwist everyone's hand. It's just a thought, but it's more of a win more strategy.
1 month ago
Let me throw some cards to consider :)
- Scavenging Ooze
- Aspect of Hydra
- Beast Within
- Vines of Vastwood
- Ghost Quarter
- Dungrove Elder vs Control and Removal
- Thrun, the Last Troll vs Control and Removal
- Grafdigger's Cage - vs Storm, Vizer, CoCo, Living End, Dredge
- Relic of Progenitus - vs Storm, Vizer, Living End, Dredge
- Krosan Grip vs Artifact/Enchantment
- Nature's Claim vs Artifact/Enchantment
- Gnaw to the Bone vs Burn and Aggro
- Thragtusk vs Burn and Aggro
3 months ago
I may be crazy, but it seems like pairing Young Pyromancer with buyback spells might be interesting with Prossh. Fanning the Flames could take the place of Burn at the Stake, Lab Rats or Wurmcalling or Sprout Swarm could take the place of Spoils of Blood, Reiterate is just plain good, Disturbed Burial has it's use, and Haze of Rage is a possible win con.
6 months ago
Tbh I'm not too familiar with the elf archetype but maybe Llanowar Mentor to get extra elves from your excess lands?
Most of the elf decks I've seen ramp into something hard to deal with so you always have things like eldrazi or Wurmcalling for the sideboard if you wanted.
8 months ago
Creeperhulk can go great with many hydras (particularly the one's with counters as their base power is 0).
8 months ago
PS: As you said that this deck is casual I suppose you don't want a competitive build with the best possible card in every slot, that's why I give you this "keep the idea" recommendations , I hope it helps :D