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This is a G/W human tribal deck I built for my fiancee. She uses it when she decides to play in FNM. I put my Cavern's in here as to not spoil her experience with Magic and prevent super control decks from ruining her day.
It's also my loner deck, the one I let people borrow when they showed up and didn't have a deck to play with. It's beaten me a number of times at FNM when I let someone borrow it, but I usually come out on top since I know it in and out.
It's entire design was originally based off of Champion of Lambholt ; my fiancee's favorite card. As soon as she saw that card spoiled she looked at me and said "I want to make a white/green human deck" so I let her put the core deck together and I tweaked it until it is where it is at today. It's one of my favorite decks to play and can easily get a T4 win if it isn't kept in check.
The deck was previously G/W but has now splashed blue for more utility and access to strictly better cards. It is currently in testing phase. I will post results below.
With 15 not creature spells I would consider cutting a thalia to add a Rancor . Rancor is just so powerful. I would also find a way to put 1-2 Gavony Township s in to add more counters later on. If you can fit hit, 1-2 Wolfir Silverheart s are just lethal, especially on champ.
Thalia runs mainboard to ideally delay T4 Days and Mutilates. With the low cost of all the non-creatures Thalia hardly harms this decks tempo.
However, I toyed with Gavony. The big issue is it is terrible to have in opening hand. There are a number of cards that need double color. Having a colorless land slows the tempo early game.
Wolfir Silverheart is on the table. I need to bother trading for them first =P
Gavony isn't useful until T5, which by then I will have usually won or will be winning that turn due to removing blockers with Fiend Hunter or Oblivion Ring (I'd also like to have the mana open for Cloudshift in case spot removal happens).
I just found it to be unnecessary and sometimes burdenous when I need that extra color mana.