Looking for a cool name for this deck that represents it the best. I was thinking something that was mostly about humans but hinted at the wolves/ werewolves in the deck. Previously it has been named Transcendentalism and Of Armies and Beasts. Can you think of anything better?

What do you think of Warmongrrs?

And more importantly what do you think of the deck? please comment and +1 if you think its worth it. Thanks for helping out!


As you can see by looking at the sets that are in this deck, this deck is 100% post rotation and I feel like it will do Very well once the old stuff leaves. I recently just tweaked a few things with the card counts and the sideboard and I think this deck is a lot faster now. With a perfect hand and chance of miracle draws this deck can win on turn 3, very unlikely, but just cool to know.

But anyways, what do you think about this deck and its chances at doing great after rotation? Please comment and give advice, tips or praise, its all good! :D

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Superpack1 says... #1

Hey, so I'm building a GW Human aggro deck similar to this, and I have just one question. Are the Kessig Cagebreakers working out for you? I've been debating putting them in, but I can't decide if they would be good or not

August 13, 2012 3:17 a.m.

Sebastes says... #2

yes Superpack1 the cagebreakers do help quite a bit especially against control decks that that just destroy all your early game stuff.

August 13, 2012 2:31 p.m.

Superpack1 says... #3

Ahh I see, very clever, Sebastes. Have you ever though of throwing in Thalia, Guardian of Thraben to also slow down control decks? Also Silverblade Paladin would be great in your deck-imagine giving the Kessig Cagebreakers double strike, so double the amount of wolves come out every time they attack. And overall, Silverblade Paladin is great because then it can make more of your creatures threats, and double strike scales really well with +1/+1 counters from Gavony Township and Blessings of Nature . 2 2/2 double strike creatures (total of 8 damage), can become 2 4/4 double strike (total of 16 damage) in one turn if you miracle Blessings of Nature . So imagine how out of control that can get with Gavony Township and something like the Kessig Cagebreakers . That's pretty rad if you ask me.

August 15, 2012 3 p.m.

Superpack1 says... #4

Also, I've found Odric, Master Tactician to be pretty underwhelming. I used to have him in my deck too, but I found that he's pretty situational, and that he's a little too slow. Maybe you've had different encounters, and if you have, more power to you. But I think that maybe you should think about taking him out. Also, this happened to me a couple times at FNM: play Odric, Master Tactician and prepare for the next turn lethal unblockable strike. Opponent plays Zealous Conscripts , steals my Odric, Master Tactician and swings at me for unblockable lethal damage. Honestly, I just started laughing when this guy did that to me, but what I'm trying to say is that I don't like Odric, Master Tactician as a win-con anymore. He gets Pacifism on him or something like that, then you're thinking, "Well, shit." I personally like just smashing through everything the opponent has, hence the Silverblade Paladin , but that's just me.

August 15, 2012 3:05 p.m.

Superpack1 says... #5

Also, I'd love your input on my deck G/W Humans & Angels please!

August 15, 2012 3:31 p.m.

Sebastes says... #6

Yeah most of what you say is true. If I had some silverblades I would probably put them in and odric is a little underwhelming. I have been messing around with a Maya version of this deck that is really fun and extremely fast, usually hitting for about 9 on turn 3. I'm using my phone right now so it's more difficult to link it but you can find it on my profile. :D take a look and ill look at your deck.

August 15, 2012 6:06 p.m.

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This deck is Standard legal.

Cards 62
Avg. CMC 2.35
Tokens 1/1 Human, 1/1 Spirit, 2/2 Wolf
Top rank #30 on 2012-07-11
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