Creature — Human Warrior Werewolf
: Look at the top three cards of your library. You may reveal a creature card from among them and put it into your hand. Put the rest on the bottom of your library in any order.
At the beginning of each upkeep, if no spells were cast last turn, transform Duskwatch Recruiter.
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
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Duskwatch Recruiter Discussion
1 week ago
- Regular = Mana sink - With infinite mana, you can get every creature from your deck and cast them at instant speed with your commander
- Flip = Cost reducer
Am I understanding the above correctly based on your description? Assuming yes, how has duskwatcher and his flipped counterpart been working for you? I would have never imagined to see it in a list like yours. What I'm getting at is, doesn't he feel unimpactful until you have infinite mana? Sure, the cost reducing is kind of nice, but is the potential mana sink and cost reducer really worth it? How often do you need cost reducing? How often do you consistently acquire infinite mana?
1 week ago
Hey, interesting high budget version of Tovolar with less Werewolves.
Human Werewolves that don't have day/night still count towards and transform when Tovolar upkeep triggers. The better Werewolves not having day/night is not really a drawback with Tovolar. Because Tovolar can repeatedly change from day to night then you have more chances to transform nonday/night Werewolves. If you play a nonday/night Werewolf after Tovolar transforms that's fine because more than likely Tovolar will flip back daybound giving you another chance to transform all Human Werewolves you control at your upkeep.
If you want to play a small amount of Werewolves then the ones you play really should give you more than just being a Werewolf.
- Mayor of Avabruck Flip
- Huntmaster of the Fells Flip
- Tovolar's Huntmaster
- Duskwatch Recruiter Flip
- Kessig Naturalist
- Scorned Villager Flip
- Reckless Stormseeker Flip: day/night Werewolf
- Outland Liberator Flip: day/night Werewolf
With such a high budget you can do better than the vanilla Werewolves who don't give you anything when they're Humans as well as when they nightbound transform? Many of the Wolves are also subpar compared to all other cards here. If you're playing the Wolves just to be able to upkeep trigger Tovolar faster any Human Werewolf will do the same thing and give you more than any of these Wolves.
Wolves and Werewolves to consider cutting:
- Pestilent Wolf, Bounding Wolf, Lambholt Harrier, Snarling Wolf
- Tireless Hauler Flip, Burly Breaker Flip, Spellrune Painter Flip
Really nice Fetch lands, but consider playing a Forest/Mountain dual land to fetch: Stomping Ground, Cinder Glade, Sheltered Thicket? Adding these lands will also give Farseek a dual land to search for instead of only being able to search for a basic Mountain. Also by adding some Forest/Mountain dual lands then you could improve the land ramp spells with Nature's Lore and Three Visits.
Some changes to consider:
- Stomping Ground --> Vivid Grove
- Cinder Glade --> Thriving Grove
- Sheltered Thicket --> Temple of Abandon
- Nature's Lore --> Lay of the Land
- Three Visits --> Rampant Growth
Some other lands that would improve the manabase by cutting some basic lands especially Mountains:
- Spire Garden
- Grove of the Burnwillows
- Karplusan Forest
- Rogue's Passage
- Cragcrown Pathway Flip
- Fire-Lit Thicket
- Rootbound Crag
- Game Trail
Arcane Signet could replace Herald's Horn since Horn doesn't do much if you're not tribal. With so few Werewolves or Humans as well as many different creature types then a mana rock would make more ramp.
Good luck with your deck.
2 weeks ago
Ik denk niet dat Mana Flare en Dictate of Karametra veel voor je gaan doen, meer voor je tegenstanders. Daarnaast denk ik dat Fearless Pup, Ferocious Pup, Wandering Wolf en Young Wolf relatief zwak zijn.
Ze zijn bij cardmarket geloof ik allemaal goedkoper dan een euro, behalve Immerwolf, die is 1.50
1 month ago
GoblinsBeatElves thank you for the feedback! I love your suggestions and already thought about Duskwatch Recruiter Flip, but was unsure. I included him and Game Trail as well, cut Hound Tamer Flip completely (thinking about it, the deck already had enough trample) and added two copies of Full Moon's Rise to give the deck at least some form of resilience against removal. This dropped the curve quite a bit, wich is always good in a fast format.
I thought about running Village Messenger Flip or Wolfbitten Captive Flip as my one drop... I'm still not certain which way to go, though I appreciate the mana sink of Wolfbitten Captive Flip quite a lot. I guess one could cut two Reckless Stormseekers and fill the slots with Village Messengers to drop the curve even further. I'll do some playtesting with that in the future!
Thanks for your great input!
1 month ago
Love the list so far, it's awesome to see someone else trying modern werewolves with IMH coming out. Based on my own list and my experiences in modern, I think I have a few suggestions that might be helpful:
Village Messenger Flip is another werewolf one drop, if you find yourself needing a bit lower of a curve. Having haste and menace of the flip side is decent enough for an aggressive creature in modern. I don't know if you've found yourself wanting that or not.
Manabases can definitely be hard to build on a budget, but I generally like to try the show lands such as Game Trail for budget lists, as they're usually pretty cheap. In this case, it seems like it'd work fairly well with your current manabase, with the Stomping Ground already caring about basics.
Duskwatch Recruiter Flip seems like it'd be great in your list (Maybe shave a few Hound Tamers or Reckless Stormseekers for it to lower your curve a bit?) Gives you card advantage and a discount on creatures once it flips.
Just throwing ideas out here, this is definitely all up to what you feel the deck needs/how it plays. Good luck with the list!
1 month ago
Sure! Your main idea is to get out a creature with power six or greater, from there your infinite mana sources are Selvala, Heart of the Wilds or Priest of Titania or Circle of Dreams Druid combined with Staff of Domination, Umbral Mantle, Kogla, the Titan Ape/Hyrax Tower Scout, Ashaya, Soul of the Wild/Quirion Ranger or Scryb Ranger, Temur Sabertooth/Hyrax Tower Scout or Great Oak Guardian or Wirewood Symbiote. After making so much mana your outlets are... Duskwatch Recruiter Flip, Relic Golem, Walking Ballista,Finale of Devastation. Also Temur Sabertooth can be used to trigger selvala's draw trigger if you have the larges creature on the field. A few interesting techs I've found are using Temur Sabertooth or Kogla, the Titan Ape and Eternal Witness to loop any instant or sorcery from your graveyard, and using Green Sun's Zenith on zero to get Dryad Arbor turn one as a dork if you really need it. Hope this helped!
1 month ago
I like the list and setup, but the combination of etb theme and only chord/bridge makes me wonder if you should be trying to land Neoform or similar.
I feel like you could go all-in on the bridge with Maelstrom Nexus, just throwing stuff on the battlefield until it sticks, but while the 5 mana is ok-ish in this list, the way it needs another card to trigger is not.
This list feels really close to being something, but forcing your opponent to choose between disrupting your combo or your value engine needs those things to intefere with each other less than they mess with your opponent, and I don't think there are quite enough pieces shared between value and combo to do that yet.
5 months ago
consider dropping 2 Geier Reach Bandit Flip for 2 Hermit of the Natterknolls Flip, get extra card draw without flooding yourself with too many cards that transform your wolves, since they dont stack. Else, you could instead add 2 Cindervines to deal damage and destroy something important in a pinch.