Doran, the Siege Tower

Doran, the Siege Tower

Legendary Creature — Treefolk Shaman

Each creature assigns combat damage equal to its toughness rather than its power.

Doran, the Siege Tower Discussion

TriusMalarky on Azorius Testudo

2 months ago

skalisty on Defender Tribal

4 months ago

Not to mention, Doran, the Siege Tower alone doesn't allow the creatures with defender to attack.

zapyourtumor on Defender Tribal

4 months ago

Doran, the Siege Tower is a hit off CoCo so I'd replacce high alert with those if you can splash black, then go up to 4 cocos. Not sure if its worth going 4c for though.

Also Perimeter Captain

legendofa on None

5 months ago

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legendofa on None

5 months ago

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Botanical Gardens

Sprouting Phytohydra , Phytohydra , Tree of Redemption , Tree of Perdition , Doran, the Siege Tower

It's a toughness-based plant theme in . I could actually buy this one, if I like the art.

RNR_Gaming on Languish Vs. Ritual of Soot

5 months ago

Meta dependent. They both remove things well but in certain scenarios one out performs the other. In a low to the ground metagame they'll both do well. Languish laughs at cards like Heroic Intervention and Wrap in Vigor ; however it may not be a good match for Doran, the Siege Tower or Arcades, the Strategist - Granted, defender decks are niche but it should be a consideration. Basically, if your meta has a loads of low cmc creatures with high toughness run Ritual and if it's just low to the ground creatures with protection/industructable shenanigans run languish.

Unlife on What are your Favorite Commanders?

6 months ago

Ezuri, Claw of Progress has so many cheap value creatures, you can build an insane boardstate quickly. On the more expensive end, I play a Yidris, Maelstrom Wielder deck that's dragon tribal, but running him with a bunch of cascade/free cost spell and effects can turn a modest field into insanity rather rapidly. Doran, the Siege Tower lets you play a lot of defensive creatures that can easily turn around and wreck someone. A more general option is Surrak Dragonclaw who has the colors and support for dropping huge creatures and dealing damage.

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