Champion of Lambholt
Creature — Human Warrior
Creatures with power less than this creature's power can't block creatures you control.
Whenever another creature enters the battlefield under your control, put a +1/+1 counter on this.
|Have (2)||Morpho-peleides , orzhov_is_relatively_okay819|
|Want (2)||arashikageclan , lorxraposa|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
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Champion of Lambholt Discussion
1 week ago
Very nice deck. A card like Arachnogenesis seems made for this deck. With Chatter on the field this really makes an ungodly amount of tokens. Speakin' of spiders, that reminds me: Arasta of the Endless Web, crazy good against any deck that likes slinging spells. Champion of Lambholt also seems very good for a deck that can generate this many tokens. Last but not least, I would really recommend Heroic Intervention to counter wipes against your token armies.
Good luck playing this; looks fun!
2 weeks ago
Some budget cards to consider adding:
Druids' Repository: each time a creature you control attacks you put a counter. At your post combat main phase you can then remove counters to make mana to cast the cards you drew from your creatures doing combat damage to opponents. You can remove counters at any point of the game to make mana.
Champion of Lambholt: makes creatures you control unblockable and it triggers whenever a token creature is created. Pair her with Howlpack Alpha, Tovolar's Packleader Flip, Cult of the Waxing Moon, Wolfcaller's Howl, etc.
Wolfcaller's Howl: in multiplayer Commander this can be a repeatable source of a lot of Wolves for no extra mana cost. It can be quick repeatable recovery from board wipes.
- Regrowth and Dryad's Revival: any card recursion.
- Fires of Yavimaya: haste enabler, even for token creatures, needed to combo with Packleader and Breath.
Some cards to consider cutting:
- Arlinn, Voice of the Pack: compare her to Tovolar's Huntmaster Flip for a budget six drop who creates Wolves and she's really lackluster.
- Burly Breaker Flip: vanilla five drop Werewolf.
- Somberwald Alpha: subpar four drop Wolf, you have better trample enablers.
- Fangblade Brigand Flip: subpar four drop Werewolf.
- Moonrager's Slash
- Waxing Moon
- Door of Destinies: expensive price, too slow, not needed because you have Coat of Arms.
Some budget land upgrades to consider:
- Unclaimed Territory --> Gruul Guildgate
- Tyrite Sanctum --> 1x Forest
- Jund Panorama --> 1x Forest
- Naya Panorama --> 1x Forest
Good luck with your deck.
3 weeks ago
Innistrad has a fair number of farming related cards. We've got Heavy Mattock, Scorned Villager Flip, Village Survivors, Lambholt Elder Flip, Thatcher Revolt, Champion of Lambholt, Tireless Hauler Flip, Eccentric Farmer, Hinterland Logger Flip, Harvest Hand Flip, Wild-Field Scarecrow, Splendid Reclamation, Crop Sigil, Woodcutter's Grit, and Field Creeper for cards I found that I think have farmer themes.
1 month ago
Not sure if you know this but minsc x ability allows you to pay 0 and effectively sac creatures. any sort of mob rule effect would be gr8 here.also works really well with creatures that enter with x+1+1 counters but are still 0,0s. Sequence Engine is the best I can find budget wise to do that
Some suggestions that don't exactly replace anything exactly. Champion of Lambholt for unblockable by weenies.Beast Whisperer Guardian Projector some more creature card draw from green. Whisperwood Elemental for boardwipe protection
2 months ago
2 months ago
If you are just playing casually, that's a whole different ball game. I would get Animation Module in here. It combos well with Champion of Lambholt. As long as you have mana, you can keep the cycle going and get a big champion and a bunch of servos.
2 months ago
The current game plan is to win using Champion of Lambholt to get lots of damage though uncontested.
2 months ago
Welcome to the club!
My first thought here is mana. You have only 20 lands, four of which enter tapped, plus 4 Llanowar Elves and a Rhonas's Monument and Jiang Yanggu, Wildcrafter, and a pretty heavy curve to support. This is going to make for a slow development. If you want to build around Champion of Lambholt, I recommend dropping some of the higher-end cards and replacing them with more low-end creatures and ramp. Elvish Mystic is essentially another few copies of LlElves. Experiment One is a one-man card that likes getting +1/+1 counters. Adding in a few more Forests wouldn't hurt, either.
How competitive do you want this to be, and how much money are you willing to spend?