- 3x Duskwatch Recruiter
- 3x Geier Reach Bandit
- 4x Huntmaster of the Fells
- 4x Immerwolf
- 3x Kruin Outlaw
- 4x Mayor of Avabruck Flip
- 4x Village Messenger Flip
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August 24, 2017 7:50 p.m.
reincarn8 If the price for Huntmaster of the Fells Flip would be an issue you could indeed try using Ulrich of the Krallenhorde Flip instead. I find it troublesome that he costs , I try to keep the converted mana costs in the deck rather low. His enter the battlefield ability will not be useful on himself until he flips back, which is not that good to rely on. Kruin Outlaw Flip is otherwise a good target for such an ability. He also want to flip alot like Huntmaster of the Fells Flip, so it won't resolve the issue with Immerwolf. He feels too situational for me and there are other cards that could do what he does for a cheaper casting cost.
Because I already have the huntmasters I don't care that much about dropping the price. If a better alternative would be printed I would consider taking him out. As of now he is too good on his own, it can be dangerous to depend on having a great boardstate. But if someone else is troubled by his price then there are plenty of options.
My first choice would be Instigator Gang Flip. Instead of only occasionally buffing one creature he always buffs all of our attacking creatures. Once flipped he can often win us the game. Unfortunately he relies on us already having a decent board state and the buff won't work on the defence.
If we had Collected Company in the deck then Breakneck Rider Flip would be a good choice. We would have to cut some other cards though in order to get some more creatures in the deck. Otherwise CoCo would not work as good as we want.
By increasing the number of creatures we would also have to consider adding Domri Rade to the deck. She works great in such a deck but she is not good at being a wolf, she will miss out on all the fun.
Depending on your meta some Silverfur Partisan's could be a good option if you face lot's of removal or spells that otherwise target your wolves.
If you want to play a bit more defensively then Lambholt Pacifist Flip is worth to mention. Although she lacks some fun synergies, a 3/3 for is not bad at all. Getting a creature with power 4 won't be too hard.
September 4, 2017 6:27 a.m.
Would you consider splashing white for Rule of Law? Prevents your werewolves from flipping back and a lot of decks will struggle to remove it (unlike Immerwolf). It also completely shuts down Storm.
September 4, 2017 7:32 a.m.
jon_hill987 If I were to build this deck into Naya instead of Gruul then I would add cards like Thalia, Guardian of Thraben, Path to Exile, Dromoka's Command, Lightning Helix, Boros Charm. We also get Rest in Peace and Stony Silence available for the sideboard.
Some of these cards does not really follow the werewolves theme and there are no werewolves in white (albino werewolves would be nice). I could add Rule of Law and a few of the previously mentioned cards. For three mana Rule of Law makes this deck a bit slower (It's more of a stax card than aggro). If it stays in play we will get to keep our wolves flipped (if we can flip them) but we also limit ourselves. Because Immerwolf already does the job of keeping our wolves flipped, and we can play as many cards as we like with him on the board, Rule of Law feels a bit redundant and it limits my ability to cast spells. I would rather add Blood Moon to make it troublesome for many nonbasic land heavy decks.
Naya werewolves could work and is worth testing, though I would need a better mana base in order to consistently cast my spells. Jund is also an option. If I were to add Blood Moon then I probably will stay in Gruul.
September 4, 2017 11:31 a.m.
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This deck is Modern legal.
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