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Could use some info on what else can improve this deck for Fnm and maybe an Invitational. Ok just made the final adjustments to the deck and feeling rather good about it. Finally got my hands on Witchbane Orb to help fight of control decks. Hoping to go to tonights FNM and see how i fair. Still could use any help or suggestions being im still rather new.

This deck aims to get out Champion of Lambholt and ramp her up for a haymaker of a hit with either Wolfir Silverheart paired with Lightning Mauler and relying on that damage for the kill or finish it off with a Thunderous Wrath on a miracle or Brimstone Volley for some Morbid damage.



Emrakool says... #1

First I would say you're better off running 4 Champion of Lambholt for evasion and removing Pyreheart Wolf . You have more than enough creatures to pump him up quickly.

Since you're not splashing white, consider going with 4 Arbor Elf , cutting card:Avacyn's Pilgrim. 2-3 copies of Ulvenwald Tracker can give you reusable creature removal. Also, run 4 Rootbound Crag and definitely 2-3 Kessig Wolf Run . 3-4 Rancor would be nice in the main deck, with 3 card:Ranger's Guile in the sideboard against decks with heavy removal. Good luck with the deck!

September 8, 2012 6:17 p.m.

Yofahzay says... #2

Yea agree'd, just replaced Pyreheart Wolf with Champion of Lambholt and replaced the Avacyn's Pilgrim. Only card im having trouble fitting in is Rancor , should I replace card:Ranger's Guile to make room? Thanks bye the way, the info was very helpful.

September 8, 2012 10:17 p.m.

Emrakool says... #3

Yes, I'd run 3-4 Rancor and move card:Ranger's Guile to the sideboard. 3 in the sideboard should be enough and you can cut the 4th. If Birds of Paradise gets reprinted in Return to Ravnica be sure to replace Arbor Elf with 4 of them. :)

I also think card:Druids' Repository, Gilded Lotus and Fog can come out of the sideboard. You won't need that much mana unless you're playing Craterhoof Behemoth or some X cost spell. With plenty of creatures (and big ones at that) in your deck if yourself wanting to cast Fog for any reason something probably went horribly wrong. Here's some other sideboard ideas...

Ancient Grudge

Bramblecrush is about as good as Acidic Slime but can kill planeswalkers as well

Garruk Relentless  Flip

Revenge of the Hunted can sometimes wipe out enemy creatures or make your Champion of Lambholt big enough to get your whole army through

Witchbane Orb helps shut down Bonfire of the Damned or other cards of the sort

Zealous Conscripts

Something against mass creature destruction, like 1-2 Creeping Renaissance or Kessig Cagebreakers , or card:Death's Presence

Sorry for the long response I tend to give too much advice at times. Hope this helps!

September 8, 2012 11:03 p.m.

Yofahzay says... #4

Once again can't thank you enough. Trust me I love the feed back and hope you don't mind if i add ya to friends for future references :D!

September 9, 2012 2:04 a.m.

Emrakool says... #5

Don't mind at all! Feel free to check out some of my decks if you like. The more recent ones are prototypes, still deciding whether or not to build them. I do have a large collection though and I hate taking decks apart once I become attached to them.

September 9, 2012 6:49 a.m.

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