Looking to keep this post-rotation.
So try m13 and and Innistrad block only.
Elvish Visionary s help me draw cards to get the ones i need and are good chump blockers.
Thragtusk is a great mid game card to gain life and create some creatures.
Gilded Lotus fills in missing mana positions and helps ramp.
Fog s help protect my planeswalkers after they have been cast.
Thanks for looking. :)
Added predator ooze and Elderscale wurm.
Predator ooze was suggested by a lot of people.
Alright, I can somewhat consistently get Nicol Bolas out Turn 5. If not, I usually have Garruk in to help control the field a little bit. Need to balance out the mana ramp with some cards to control the board.
Well, it was kind of fun to playtest, but I thought that the deck doesn't really do anything without Nicol Bolas, Planeswalker , which makes it kind of weak against all aggro decks. Also, I don't quite see the point of a singleton Predator Ooze .
Wacco4932 do you have any suggestions then? And I agree fyi. Trying to figure out how to fix that. I may make bolas a secondary thing. Perhaps work on a green aggro ramp deck and take out a bit of the mana fixing. Drop a Nicol Bolas, Planeswalker , a Gilded Lotus and an Abundant Growth for more big green creatures like another Elderscale Wurm , a Thragtusk , and a Predator Ooze .
I have to ask. Why Nicol Bolas, Planeswalker ? You're throwing in a bunch of cards just for the off chance you can play him. Why not just go mono green? Or if you want to use him, build a deck around him. Just right now, he doesn't seem to belong.
BriceWithRice, I have tried both of those in here and they are unhelpful to say the least.
Somberwald Sage helps your mana diversity (won't help bolas tho) and ramp. And if your running the sage and the lotus, you may try a Beguiler of Wills or Griselbrand . Any red creature you like. Give you some options for the best creatures in four different colors, and bolas as a secondary option
birds might come back in return to ravnica...where the current art first appeared. That and birds have never cycled out.