Orohu Deckling

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Wrath of the Moonborn Playtest

Modern Orohu

SCORE: 16 | 5 COMMENTS | 5748 VIEWS

My first werewolf deck Playtest

Standard Orohu

SCORE: 0 | 0 COMMENTS | 329 VIEWS

Celestial Light Playtest

Casual* Orohu

SCORE: 1 | 3 COMMENTS | 2601 VIEWS

Nayan Cat Deck Playtest

Casual* Orohu

SCORE: 1 | 3 COMMENTS | 415 VIEWS
Finished Decks 22
Prototype Decks 51
Drafts 0
Playing since Dark Ascension
Avg. deck rating 5.40
T/O Rank 3803
Favorite formats Standard, Legacy, Casual
Good Card Suggestions 4
Last activity 8 hours
Joined 2 years

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If you'd like ideas for your deck, feel free to take a look at my decklist.

December 20, 2014 4:25 a.m.

Said on Werewolf to Win...

#2

Oh, I forgot to mention. I don't run it, but Karplusan Forest is a pretty budget dual-land. It taps for colorless when you don't need the colors, and it's only one life when you do.

December 13, 2014 11:59 p.m.

Said on Werewolf to Win...

#3

Having more redundancy in your deck is key to drawing good things more frequently, so try to have more creatures that overall help your theme, like Mayor of Avabruck  Flip, Immerwolf, and Huntmaster of the Fells  Flip are definite four-ofs in any Werewolf deck I make. People say that Huntmaster and Immerwolf counteract each other, but I still think that getting two 3/3s (one of which turns into a 5/5 trampler with a Lunge) for 2RG isn't too shabby, when Immerwolf is on field.

Also, Rootbound Crag and Copperline Gorge should be fairly cheap to get (About $2 and $4, respectively), if you don't want to shell out the money for Stomping Ground and Wooded Foothills, which are at an all-time low since their recent printings.

December 13, 2014 2:30 p.m.

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