Creature based sacrifice deck. This deck concentrates on getting many creatures (especially Saprolings) out in a space of time and then using them as fodder for various sacrifice effects.
Lose them to Deathspore Thallid to get rid of pesky creatures. Use Ashnod's Altar to generate more mana. Use Hell's Caretaker to bring back your fallen. All the while, eating away at their creatures using Grave Pact.
"You are born, you die and you are forgotten. Such is the natural way of life.
Having come into the world, you serve your purpose. You fight, you help others, you grow stronger. But even in your growing strength you do not notice that your time approaches. The friends you once knew do nothing to stop your demise.
You die, and are buried. For a brief moment, people mourn. But it is not long lived.
Soon, you are forgotten, exiled into the memories of time herself. You have served your purpose.
Decompose and destroy, as none can escape death."
I recommend Life and Limb if you're making a lot of saprolings.
And any boardwipe would also kill all your forest.... Not a good idea
It may be only me but i dont see much removal in this decklist, i would add at least 2 boardwipes, 2-3 spot removal for creature and some enchantment/artifact removal.
Reliquary Tower why? It is worst than a basic land since you dont have much massive draw engines
um you can't use Thelon as your general if you're running Golgari
Thelon's color identity in Commander is Green/Black. :)
Even tho' he has just green in his manacost he also has an ability with both green and black mana symbol.
"A card's colour identity is its colour plus the colour of any mana symbols in the card's rules text. A card's colour identity is established before the game begins, and cannot be changed by game effects." (From mtgcommander.net)
Thelon has a black mana symbol in the rules text, so it has B/G as the colour identity.
yeah I didn't know - apparently they changed the rule like a year ago
I actually have Sprout Swarm in the deck, but for some reason it isn't on this list.