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Creature — Human Warrior
Whenever Borderland Marauder attacks, it gets +2/+0 until end of turn.
ThePrussian on Beginner Deck Advice
4 months ago
Still trying to figure out how to post here, lol.
Here's the deck list, hopefully!
1 Ankle Shanker 1 Arrow Storm 1 Bloodfell Caves 2 Borderland Marauder 1 Bring Low 1 Carrion Crow 1 Crippling Blight 1 Flesh to Dust 2 Goblin Roughrider 1 Heat Ray 1 Hordeling Outburst 1 Kill Shot 1 Lightning Strike 1 Mardu Blazebringer 1 Mardu Charm 2 Mardu Hateblade 1 Mardu Hordechief 1 Mardu Roughrider 2 Mardu Skullhunter 2 Mardu Warshrieker 8 Mountain 2 Nomad Outpost 5 Plains 1 Raise the Alarm 1 Scoured Barrens 2 Smite the Monstrous 7 Swamp 2 Trumpet Blast 1 Unyielding Krumar 1 Venerable Lammasu 1 War Behemoth 2 War-Name Aspirant 1 Wind-Scarred Crag 1 Zurgo Helmsmasher
1 year ago
Definitely an interesting deck! I feel like you have some less useful creatures like the Vampire of the Dire Moon , Borderland Marauder and Griffin Sentinel . Having more creatures like Ankle Shanker , Legion Loyalist and Honored Crop-Captain would probably be better. Also, maybe swap out the Sorcery, Artifact and Enchantment cards for those good Instant cards you have. I always try to focus more on playsets (4) of my core cards, rather than try to have a bit of everything.
Nodrog666 on Official missing/incorrect card/token thread
2 years ago
Hi, just wanted to make you guys aware that the preview image for Borderland Marauder is Borderland Minotaur
TriusMalarky on Returning players - where to …
2 years ago
Since you're just playing with friends, you get the leeway of not needing to spend tons of money acquiring decent cards. That means that, overall, you can get a lot more bang for your buck.
I'll be giving you my personal preferences for a casual player who may or may not ever get into slightly more competitive play, AKA FNM.
- 1) There are bulk boxes available for $15-20 of a thousand or two assorted cards. Keep in mind a lot of the cards might not be legal in Modern, but they do tend to be acquired from mostly newer sets(from the two I bought, ~70% of the contents were standard legal at the time of purchase). I recommend one of those to just about everyone who's getting into the game. They might not end up giving you tons of great value, but it's solid card fodder to help you learn and explore more archetypes and strategies.
I also recommend picking up cheap staples by the playset. The following are a bunch of cards you can probably get for $2 or less apiece, in many cases for the whole 4 copies.
Evolving Wilds, but depending on how many multicolored decks you make, you should get quite a lot. Great in casual settings.
Thriving Isle, Thriving Grove, Thriving Heath, Thriving Bluff, Thriving Moor, Vivid Crag, Vivid Creek, Vivid Meadow, Vivid Grove, Vivid Marsh
That's mostly just a pile of suggestions, though. The lands will be absolutely necessary for any multicolor deck you build, although wait a month or three to get the Thriving lands because those currently have an immensely low supply and will be reprinted shortly.
multimedia on Lovisa Coldeyes rushdown
3 years ago
Hey, saw your forum topic asking for help. Looks nice, good start and a budget of less than $100, well done :)
Lovisa is all about attacking because her ability pumps your creatures therefore you want to have a well established army of creatures before you play Lovisa. You've done a good job with including many two drop and three drop creatures, but 18 four drops and 13 five drops is too much. I also don't think any of the six and seven drops are good enough to risk having one of them stuck in your hand in the early and mid game. My advice is cut a large amount of these cards for more one, two and three drops.
Budget cards $3 or less each to consider adding:
- Ghitu Encampment
- Zurgo Bellstriker
- Frenzied Goblin
- Prophetic Flamespeaker
- Neheb, Dreadhorde Champion
- Countryside Crusher
- Experimental Frenzy
- Lightning Mauler
- Goblin Cratermaker
- Chaos Warp
- Faithless Looting
- Mind Stone
- Commander's Sphere
Others to consider:
- By Force
- Price of Progress
- Borderland Marauder
- Stoneforge Masterwork
- Earthshaker Khenra
- Ahn-Crop Crasher
- Splatter Thug
Can add all these cards for about $18. Also consider adding a few more Mountains as 26 lands is a low total amount. Try 30 Mountains, Ghitu Encampment and Rogues Passage for a total of 32 lands. Temple of the False God is not worth playing in a deck that doesn't have any land ramp. Can't afford to have a land that can't make mana, does nothing, to cast early game two and three drop creatures.
There's a lot of red cards that can give you repeatable pseudo draw each turn; key word here is repeatable. Not draw, but can exile the top card of your library and you may play that card until end of turn. These cards are helpful because mono red has a tendency to run out of cards in your hand fast.
- Prophetic Flamespeaker
- Experimental Frenzy
- Outpost Siege
- Vance's Blasting Cannons Flip
- Chandra, Fire Artisan
Many of these cards are four drops which means if I was building this deck I would reserve the four drop spots for some of these cards. Experimental Frenzy is good with many low mana cost creatures allowing you to play them from the top of your library. Lovisa gives your creatures haste meaning when you play them from the top of your library you can attack with them. You can potentially chain play a lot of creatures with Frenzy and attack with all of them, that's good with Lovisa.
Countryside Crusher can help to take away a drawback of Frenzy as well as help to not draw so many lands which can happen when playing 30 basic lands. With Frenzy if you hit two lands in a row on the top of your library then you're done playing spells from the top for your turn. Since you can't play more than one land per turn. You're able to play the first land you see on the top of your library, but not the second.
At your upkeep if Crusher sees a land on the top of your library you put it into your graveyard and you can do this as many times in a row as lands you have on top of your library each time Crusher gets bigger. Crusher also can get bigger when you discard land cards such as from Neheb, Dreadhorde Champion or Tormenting Voice, etc.
Good luck with your deck.
wallisface on Nasty Unicorns
4 years ago
For the cost of Bow of Nylea, you could afford 2 more rancors, which i’d recommemd as they work so well with magemark
Borderland Marauder feels stronger and better themed than berserker, who doesn’t seem that great.
Coordinated Assault is just straight up better than rally the forces, sp just run 4 of those assaults instead of slipping a rally in there
You probs only need 22 lands. I’d drop the cultivate and 2 lands and try to fit in 4 Cartouche of Zeal - they combo great with this deck!
MTGplayer00 on Red-Green Midrange
5 years ago
Either one works I suppose. If I were you I would cut Leafcrown Dryad for that early game aggro. 4 mana for an aura that gives +2/+2 and reach is not the greatest in my opinion, especially considering that you have Elephant Guide which I think is more effective at that. If you want flyer hate I would just put something in the side if I were you (some effect similar to Matsu-Tribe Sniper - which is great faerie hate, too). Also consider Kird Ape and maybe adding some more multicolored creatures to squeeze value out of Naya Hushblade and Jund Hackblade. If you have multicolored things Jund Hackblade effectively becomes the best possible version of Gore-House Chainwalker and Borderland Marauder.
CaptDan on Red-Green Midrange
5 years ago
Thank you very much MTGplayer00. This is the king of comment and insight that really help a deck and a player get better.
Yes, I found out that, against control, this deck shine when I can get on the board an early threat and follow with a bigger one.
What should I get out for someGore-House Chainwalker? What do you think about Borderland Marauder? It can attack for 3 and doesn't need to be unleashed?