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Creature — Treefolk Shaman
Treefolk spells and Shaman spells you play cost (1) less to play.
2 weeks ago
Edit: Gemhide Sliver goes to the bench, and Bosk Banneret enters. It's proven to be amazing while reducing costs of all Changelings, while Gemhide means you need to tap creatures for mana, when you actually wanna be attacking. Besides, it is really vulnerable to removal, while Bosk Banneret has great defending stats.
Also, You Meet in a Tabern is a serious option vs Lead the Stampede. I'm testing it.
7 months ago
Yes! There are far too many tapped lands. I will definitely drop barren moor to 1 (which I already have done in my paper version of this deck) and evolving wilds to 3. I don't think quicksand is a good idea... I used to use that land but being colorless is just such a drawback for this deck that I would definitely never run more than 2.
I like the idea of mana elves a lot! I think they'd help the deck out for sure. Maybe I should run Elves of Deep Shadow as I seem tight on black mana a lot. I really should update this deck as the version I'm using is way better than what's up there right now. I've added Raven's Crime and Rootgrapple as well as one copy of Black Poplar Shaman
The only absurd thing about your comment is recommending me to drop Bosk Banneret !!! They consistently allow me to pull off some insane stuff with the deck as I can often cast Tilling Treefolk for one mana which is totally nuts. I love casting two bosks in one turn for 3 mana, and then getting out a Wickerbough Elder and his ability for 3 total mana the next turn.
Dropping Jaddi might be useful, she's only there to help counteract life loss from Street Wraith which is now unnecessary because in the latest version of this deck I have dropped the wraiths. They caused a lot of unnecessary life loss without much benefit and unearth doesn't work on them. I also stopped using Weed-Pruner Poplar because he was so expensive and very susceptible to lightning but you're right, once there's a few of them out they can become really useful. Since this deck is built for kitchen table magic I'm not going to have a sideboard, but if I did it would definitely have weed pruners in it :)
1 year ago
1 year ago
Here's my take on your Deck
I think you got about 10 ramp spells which seems fine, if they would all be very reliable. Bosk Banneret,Deathrite Shaman and Nissa, Vastwood Seer Flip are designed for a very specific kind of deck to be a reliable source of ramp. 33 lands are also low in my opinion, i usually have 37/38 lands im decks. Carddraw spells are very low in this deck. in my opinion i would add about 10 carddraw spells. With your ramp more reliable and a higher rate of land-cards and carddraw-cards to guarantee your landdrops, you should be able to get your creatures out.
I get the feeling that your deck also needs to be more focused. you have the treefolk tribal strategy on the one side and the token strategy on the other side. if you focus only on one of these two you get the full potential. Here are the links for those two strategies on EDHREC.
If you like to, you can check out my Doran-Deck. It is somehow similar to yours and maybe you find a card that you want to include in your deck.
2 years ago
Trying to get a Nature's Lore which will replaces something in this deck
3 years ago
Hey! Way to represent the underrepresented tribes! Bosk Banneret seems like a must-have here. Cost reduction on all your big boys will really help pump 'em out.
3 years ago
I get what you are trying to do but I feel non changling tribal cards don’t really play well with each other. Ex: Frogtosser Banneret and Bosk Banneret Maybe changling as a base and one or two splash tribes. Like rebels and silvers or zombie and goblins.
3 years ago
+1 I run a Doran deck that used to be treefolk tribal. It’s been changed up over the years and on my profile if it peaks your interest.