Flooded Woodlands

Flooded Woodlands


Green creatures have "This creature can't attack unless you sacrifice a land."

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Premodern Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

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Flooded Woodlands Discussion

rdean14 on Card creation challenge

5 months ago

I think it works really well with her powers as someone who sees and alters fates. I'd like to see a card, preferrably a commander, with a unique built-in pillowfort method.

Current methods or deterrence:

Full Protection: Blazing Archon, Peacekeeper, and Glacial Chasm

Conditional Protection: Arboria, Elephant Grass

(Mana) Tax effects: Ghostly Prison, Propaganda, Archangel of Tithes, Archon of Absolution, Forbidding Spirit, Elephant Grass, Windborn Muse, Baird, Steward of Argive, and War Tax (My favorite, I love the politics!)

Other costs: Norn's Annex, Reclamation, Flooded Woodlands

Hurt the attacking creature: Barbed Foliage, Briar Patch, Sarkhan the Masterless, Lightmine Field, and Lost in the Woods

Hurt the attacking player: Revenge of Ravens, Hissing Miasma, Blood Reckoning, Marchesa's Decree, Riddlekeeper? (Is this even a downside? It's not a cost, per the rules.)

Protect/Help you, the defending player: Revenge of Ravens, Righteous Cause, Orim's Prayer, Isperia, Supreme Judge, Search the Premises, Thantis, the Warweaver, Slumbering Dragon

I don't count Aurification-style effects, as the damage was already dealt.

shivanlord on

1 year ago

Manifold Key and Thassa make things unblockable, that are already there. I could and should make room for a couple more, I was thinking, Whirler Rogue, Whispersilk Cloak, and Rogue's Passage. I like Suspicious Bookcase as a flavor win, but it’s probably not good enough, actually, I’m fairly certain it’s pretty bad.

The reason for Insight, and Flooded Woodlands is partially because green is heavily played as the best color, sure there are times where they will do nothing, but that will likely be low. In those instances they can be used as discard fodder. Also, this deck is pretty low to the ground and green can very easily go over the top, so being able to mitigate that some will be helpful I feel. We will see once I play more, either way thanks for the suggestions. Much appreciated. Glad you like the deck.

Jeggard on

1 year ago

Maybe I am just blind but do you have a way to get Silas Renn, Seeker Adept to actually deal combat damage. Deck looks good except getting Silas Renn, Seeker Adept to connect for his ability. Also you have Flooded Woodlands and Insight I am guessing its for your play group / place?? Looks interesting though.

zandercp11 on Another Phenax Mill Deck

1 year ago

DandyBoi, For the first part of you comment, There is a graveyard deck in my playgroup, and a couple of decks that can recycle their graveyard. In addition, most decks in the playgroup have some kind of recursion, so I wanted at least a little graveyard hate in the deck. I'm not sure how much is a good amount though. For the second part, neither Kiora Bests the Sea God or Flooded Woodlands are in the deck right now. They, along will all of the cards in the Maybe Board, were cards that I've considered for the deck but didn't include. I would love to include more removal and ramp, although I'm unsure about boardwipes since I have no way of recovering from one. In either case, including those means cutting either creatures, mill, or draw cards. I'm fine potentially cutting some mill and/or draw cards, but I'm not sure which ones to cut, and I believe adding creatures takes priority right now.

KIRK77, that's a fairly good suggestion, and agree with a few potential cuts. That being said, I probably don't want to cut any mana ramp like Manascape Refractor. The Magic Mirror is one I've considered cutting since it's rather expensive and the draw is a bit slow. The main reason it's in the deck right now is that it combos well with the draw based mill enchantments, but I have a feeling that they might be too slow.

Looking over the deck, is the passive mill, with cards like Jace's Erasure and Sphinx's Tutelage too slow? They might but cut worthy, although I'm worried about cutting too much mill since that is the primary purpose of the deck.

Jiyacen on Little Miss Bliss (Breya)

4 years ago

I don't know if you are looking for more cards but I found a fun card I am thinking of adding to a Breya deck, Flooded Woodlands, as it doesn't affect you barring cards like Sleight of Mind.

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