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I Speak For The Trees

Modern

Nillstan


Hey guys. Welcome back to The Mad Shaman's Brewery. Today, we're going though a cool little tribal I made in like 30 minutes.

You may call me The Lorax.

Once.


Okay so, a major problem with building this was a ton of the better treefolk are 5 bucks or more. And seeing as this is a budget brew, I unfortunately couldn't add them in. Here they are, if you plan to nope on the budget aspect.

  1. Timber Protector
  2. Sapling of Colfenor
  3. Leaf-Crowned Elder
  4. Heroic Intervention

As this is a treefolk tribal, we dont have many traditional ramping options to ease the higher costs. What we do have is Bosk Banneret to cheat manacosts, which is one of the most powerful things you can do in magic. A good setup would be land on 1, land and banneret on 2, banneret and 4 drop on 3. Assuming all goes well, of course.

And if your creatures do die, the you can ramp out a bit with Everbark Shaman or pull back a bit with a stupid cheap Ghoultree. So it's better than nothing.

You have a bit of removal, both built in to creatures and not, so you ought to be fine there.

I added in Descendants' Path just for the sheer utility it provides in a tribal such as this. Being able to play a creature regardless of casting cost is just so good when essentially your whole tribe is high cost. Not to mention more bodies on the field is just good in and of itself.

Blossoming Defense was added as an extra line of defense if things start to get out of hand.


Suggestions are absolutely welcome and Appreciated. I'd like this one to be decent, so all suggestions will be tested and answered.

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Date added 3 months
Last updated 1 month
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This deck is Modern legal.

Cards 60
Avg. CMC 3.42
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2 months ago)

+4 Leaf-Crowned Elder main
-4 Descendants' Path main