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Creature — Ouphe
Sacrifice Aerie Ouphes: Aerie Ouphes deals damage equal to its power to target creature with flying.
Persist (When this creature is put into a graveyard from play, if it had no -1/-1 counters on it, return it to play under its owner's control with a -1/-1 counter on it.)
Aerie Ouphes Discussion
3 months ago
Solid Teeg list!
7 months ago
Since it looks like the deck is semi-budget I won’t suggest anything overly price but one card to start out with to add a tad more speed would be Ancient Tomb and it won’t exactly break the bank. Here’s a few cards that would combo off of Mikaeus quite nicely
- Woodfall Primus with a way to continually sac him you could wipe out your opponents boardstates.
- Aerie Ouphes will take out all opponents flying critters.
- Cauldron of Souls to give any or all your critters persist to survive an opponents board wipe or for whenever you sac one of your own critters for an effect such as your caustic caterpillar.
If you like any of these cards I can’t offer any help as to what to remove for them because it seems you have this deck fairly streamlined as it is right now. If anything it would be a couple creatures but I’m sure they all serve a purpose in this deck right now.
9 months ago
Here’s a few card ideas to bounce around your head:
- Melira, Sylvok Outcast makes for amazing synergy with the next few cards
- Glen Elendra Archmage=infinite Negate to protect your boardstate or for politicking reasons protect another opponents boardstate.
- Aerie Ouphes destroy all opponents flying critters
- Grazing Kelpie get all your dead critters back in your library just to tutor for them again.
- River Kelpie to draw as many cards as you want.
- Woodfall Primus plus a sac outlet to destroy anything but creatures
1 year ago
With a bit of proper layering, Mazirek really likes Aerie Ouphes
1 year ago
Have you considered Aerie Ouphes and other creatures with native persist?
Those ouphes with Mazirek will clear the skies on their own and put a infinite counters on your creatures as long as there is one creature with flying.
With Mazirek any creature with native persist with and a reusable sacrificial outlet will put infinite counters on your creatures and get and infinite byproduct of whatever the sacrifial outlet does, deck your opponents if it's the Altar of Dementia or get infinite mana if it's either Ashnod's Altar or Phyrexian Altar.
1 year ago
I have a Yisan deck of my own and always looking for improvements. What exactly is going on here? Why play Aerie Ouphes?
1 year ago
What that is referring to is the resolution of the ability. When you activate the ability it goes on the stack and checks just before it resolves, however you have to still have a legal target to put hte ability on the stack in the first place.
The reason for the check is that due to the nature of having a stack, something could happen to the target of the ability between activating it and the ability resolving. For example, say you had Melira, Sylvok Outcast, Aerie Ouphes and Garruk's Packleader all in play and your opponent had a Birds of Paradise.
In this scenario, you could sac the ouphe, targetting the BoP. In response, the persist trigger would go on the stack and would return the Ouphe with no coutners on it thanks to Melira. Then the packleader draw trigger would go on the stack. You could let that resolve and draw a card, and then in response to the Ouphe trigger that's still on the stack repeat this process to draw your deck, however it's very situational. But once the stack of Ouphe triggersattempts to resolve, he first one will as the BoP is on the battlefiedl, however once the next one (and all the ones after it) try to resolve, as the BoP is already dead they will fizzle. And you can't activate the loop again until you have another legal target.
1 year ago
Yawgmothlives: I get that Aerie Ouphes forms part of the loop, but the other part is the sac outlet. Because your deck is mono green, this is guaranteed to be either an artifact or an enchantment, neither of which you can tutor for. That's where the problem lies.
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