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1v1 Commander Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Brawl Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Pre-release Legal
Standard Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

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Branchloft Pathway Discussion

multimedia on Gishath's Dino Tribal MK2

3 days ago

Hey, nice version of Gishath on a budget, well done.

Fierce Empath can tutor for any 6 CMC or higher Dino. Mwonvuli Beast Tracker can get any Dino with trample such as Quartzwood or Ghalta. Duelist's Heritage and Goring Ceratops is repeatable double strike. It's good with Gishath's combat damage to a player trigger since it triggers an additional time.

Court of Bounty can be repeatable draw with the monarch as well as repeatable cheat a Dino or a land onto the battlefield from your hand. Red Elemental Blast can counter an opponent's counterspell. Austere Command is a versatile board wipe that destroys other than creatures.

Battlefield Forge , Cragcrown Pathway  Flip and Branchloft Pathway  Flip are budget land upgrades.

If interested in any of these suggestions than I offer more advice of cuts to consider. Good luck with your deck.

Oof_Magic on

1 week ago

ZeoStar

Now that I’m thinking about it, I think that actually makes it cheaper to get Yavimaya and a bunch of basics rather than full play sets of Temple Garden , Sunpetal Grove , and other lands such as Horizon Canopy , and Wooded Bastion . I might squeeze one Arctic Treeline in place of a Branchloft Pathway  Flip but pathway has been an absolute performer so far. In summary, it may actually be cheaper to go with Yavimaya, Cradle of Growth and trim other duals for basics. Especially once that initial price settles. Get in on it quick though, if you do.

Sorin_Markov_1947 on Vorinclex the Finisher

2 months ago

You definitely want more Great Henge in this deck. It's card draw, counters, mana, life gain, and you'll get it out a good bit with strong creatures. Putting four in is not unreasonable for such a powerful card even if it is legendary, but at least put three.

Basri's Lieutenant is just incredible in a deck like this, as are Stonecoil Serpent (combine with Gemrazer ?) and Luminarch Aspirant . Consider The Ozolith as well, as it helps you recover if your countered-up creatures die, as they often will do.

If you need cards to take out, Iridescent Hornbeetle is probably one of the first to go. Return of the Wildspeaker is just okay, Kogla doesn't really fit the theme, and Cultivate doesn't either. You shouldn't focus so much on getting Vorinclex out as soon as possible. Focus on making your deck not reliant on him so that you can get wins when you never even draw him. A deck like this needs to be fast, so you can't really spend turns ramping.

Manabase. A little lazy here, just 26 basics and hit go. Put in some Castle Garenbrig as there's almost no downside to it, 4x Branchloft Pathway  Flip also no downside (except rare wildcards if you're not going to play Selesnya much) and gives some mana fixing, and that's really all you need. I can't think of other lands you benefit from.

There are some other Selesnya counters decks out there that are doing well even at higher ranks. I'd encourage you to look at them if you're struggling with your deck and see which cards are common and which aren't anywhere to be found.

NoopyNolife on Modern Conclave Constrictor (+1/+1)

4 months ago

BubonicPlague7, thank you for your elaboration. I started this version of the deck with 4 Luminarch Aspirant s actually, when not dealt with they get out of control quite fast. The problem for me was that they are aren't a great turn 2 play and don't particulary scale well (you don't really want to put the counters on themselves as they're already prone to removal), and felt more like a win-more card. With Walking Ballista and the likes I think its definitely a 4 of though, as it synergizes so nicely with those threats. That being said, as a turn 3 or 4 they are really solid, I'll try putting 2 back in the mainboard because I do agree they make the deck tick.

Thank you for sharing your deck list though! Branchloft Pathway  Flip seems less expensive than I thought it was, I might be able to get a few copies of it for cheap.

wallisface also thank you. I guess I just need to flip a switch in mind that this isnt gonna work as midrange because the creatures present to little value on their own. I'll move the Inspiring Call to the sideboard and keep the Gambit in there untill I decide what other card to run instead. I actually own 2 copies of Rishkar that I've tried out before but didn't really like, but I'll give them another swing.

Seriously thank you both for your thoughts, its been an eye-opener :)

DanMcSharp on Selesnya Scales

4 months ago

Hello,

I must say, that's a pretty rough mana-base. I'm pretty sure adding 4 Fabled Passage and 4 Branchloft Pathway  Flip would be a huge upgrade.

Btw, if you're only use for snow lands is 2 Blizzard Brawl, I would replace them with 2 Inscription of Abundance instead. You have nothing at 4 cmc anyway and it would make more sense with your +1/+1 counter synergies. You would also avoid the issue from an unfortunate encounter with someone running Reidane, God of the Worthy  Flip.

Hopefully these suggestions are useful, cheers!

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