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Destroy target permanent. Its controller creates a 3/3 green Beast creature token.
DawnsRayofLight on Jetmir's Myriad of Debauchery
1 week ago
seems strong, running stax for some control and using jetmir as a buff to win.
given the mana curve, you could manage a bit more with 32-33 lands and run more 1 drop mana guys.
Removal will be helpful, Path to Exile, Swords to Plowshares, Generous Gift, Beast Within, Winds of Abandon, Fateful Absence,
with the creature count, Winota, Joiner of Forces could help give some gas, though you may need to add more humans to make her work better: Adeline, Resplendent Cathar, Myrel, Shield of Argive, Brutal Cathar Flip, Loyal Apprentice, Sanctum Prelate, Caves of Chaos Adventurer, Seasoned Dungeoneer (I have been loving the initiative creatures), Thalia, Guardian of Thraben, Ranger-Captain of Eos
some X token spells like Finale of Glory, Pest Infestation, Grand Crescendo, White Sun's Twilight, Martial Coup, Awaken the Woods can also help restore your board state
Squee_Spirit_Guide on Non-Competitive Beast Tribal (Feedback Welcome)
1 week ago
I love this! It's always nice to see less mainstream tribes getting some attention. For the main board take a look at Ravenous Chupacabra for removal that also advances the beast plan. Leyline Prowler looks pretty nice as well. And Craterhoof Behemoth is costly, but could be a nice finisher.
If you're looking to add a sideboard Obstinate Baloth, Manglehorn, and Thragtusk would make a good start
Also, Beast Within seems too thematically good not to include here :)
Best of luck with the build!
kamarupa on speedy Ghalta
2 weeks ago
One thing about having a lot of mana dorks is that you tend to run out of spells pretty quickly. I think it might be worth it to drop 2xCommune with Dinosaurs and add in 2xHarmonize. Or drop Commune with Dinosaurs altogether in favor of 2xHarmonize and 2xForerunner of the Empire. You never need a dinosaur on T1, and barely one T2, so the 1MV cost of Commune isn't really helping, per se. I'll also throw out Time of Need as a possible tutor for a few of your threats at a lower cost, but you might want to reconsider your creatures to add in a 3rd Legendary to make such a spell 'worth it.'
You need some kind of interaction with your opponent, as wallisface already said. In order to make room for non-creature/non-land spells, you have to cut either creatures or lands. Given some of the high MVs of spells here, I think it's safe to say, you can't afford to cut any lands, so you'll need to cut some creatures. I suggest dropping 1x of each of your elves. 6 is still quite a lot and 3 of each makes their removal less effective for opponents. I'd also cut 2x each of Otepec Huntmaster and Raptor Hatchling. I realize you need dinos for Drover of the Mighty to get buff, and obv Ghalta's discount, but I think you'll be just fine with those numbers and it opens up 6 slots for some utility spells. 28 creatures is still quite a lot. Additionally, having non-creature / non-land spells makes it a lot easy to swap spells with your sideboard.
Beast Within is pretty useful as it hits pretty much everything, but of course, comes with a downside. And of course, I'm 100% with wallisface on Lightning Bolt and Primal Might.
Some sideboard spells I really like: Return to Nature - sometimes getting rid of artifacts, enchantments, and graveyards is crucial.
Elixir of Immortality - just say no to mill
Ratchet Bomb - just say no to tokens.
Lands: Scavenger Grounds could be useful in some matchups.
Castle Garenbrig seems relevant
Field of Ruin is nice against tron and more
Boseiju, Who Endures is really nice.
1xYavimaya, Cradle of Growth might allow for one less forest and one more mountain.
bushido_man96 on Serum Snare or Experimental Augury?
2 weeks ago
Instead of Void Rend, you could run Beast Within or Generous Gift, both of which are easier to cast. Brokers Ascendancy seems ok.
Crow-Umbra on fart tribal
3 weeks ago
A volley of fart, or potentially fart adjacent puns I could think of:
Plumb the Forbidden isn't a fart, but could be about the same hole lmao.
Scapegoat - "Whoever denied it supplied it". Not in colors though
Slip Out the Back is sadly not in colors.
Orim's Thunder - Also sadly not in colors
Beast Within could arguably be about some monster gas being held back
Vandalblast - You ever farted so hard you cracked your lower back, or perhaps small nearby objects?
Night's Whisper - Not uncommon to rip a few while sleeping
Brimstone Volley - Ripping in rapid succession
Volcanic Torrent - Not necessarily a fart, but what can come after
Brazen Cannonade - For those boldly public rips
Licecolony on NayaDinos
1 month ago
I'd add 6 or so lands. There's just not near enough there. It also seems you're expecting a really long game with cards to reshuffle stuff into your library and gain life. You start at 40 health. If you're taking that much damage, the extra 5 here or there aren't saving you. And reshuffling cards from the graveyard into the library is only going to be useful if you're playing against a mill deck or you somehow draw your entire deck. Both somewhat uncommon situations.
Cards under $3 that you might consider:
Return of the Wildspeaker
Knight of Autumn
Road of Return
Cards that I would call easily expendable:
Gift of Paradise
Oketra's Last Mercy
Elixir of Immortality
Slice in Twain
Enter the Unknown
AstroAA on Should I Make These Replacements?
1 month ago
I like them, but then again - I like most forms of cheaper removal that can hit a variety of targets. Mortify is a bit on the more expensive side imo - especially in black and white. Since you're running Atraxa, Praetors' Voice as your commander you have access to green. I'd just rather run Beast Within as it can target any permanent for the same CMC and it only costs one green and two generic pips as opposed to one white, one black and one generic pip.
Crow-Umbra on Isshin, Two Heavens As One - Eiganjo Uprising v1.0
1 month ago
Yeah Orzhov really has some awesome versatility and options in regards to removal.
I think the 3/3 blocker is mostly non-consequential, since it is just a vanilla creature. The majority of the time I'd rather that my opponent have a 3/3 vanilla creature than whatever threatening value permanent that was removed. In the majority of my play experiences, the 3/3 token usually dies while blocking or gets caught up in a board wipe.
The additional upside for Generous Gift/Beast Within is that they can hit lands. I know (mass) land destruction is considered taboo by some players, but sometimes you might run into stuff like Maze of Ith, Glacial Chasm, or some other powerful utility land that might not otherwise have much removal to deal with it.
Despark is cool, especially if you play in a meta with lots of +4MV permanents.
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