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Creature — Beast
Mutate (If you cast this spell for its mutate cost, put it ontop or underneath target non-Human creature you own. They mutate into the creature that is on top and that creature has all the abilities of every card that is underneath it.)
Whenever this creature mutates, destroy target artifact or enchantment an opponent controls.
2 months ago
Haha no worries, it's just I try to be timely with my feedback when requested. I want to make sure I don't forget or go too long before following up. Totally understandable on trying to squeeze in as many fun effects as possible on initial versions of a build haha. Usually takes a few play throughs to figure out what isn't as feasible, and can get swapped with more "vegetable" type cards.
Druid of Purification is a personal favorite of my best friend and I. In addition to hitting multiple targets, we do enjoy how it encourages the table to discuss threats, and provides that helpful bit of info that we might not otherwise be privy to.
Lol I think I meant Generous Gift instead of Beast Within, but same difference lol. Gemrazer could be another creature based option, although it could technically only Mutate the one time you cast it for its Mutate cost. Could still be helpful to make clone copies of whatever it Mutates onto/under, since it has Reach and Trample.
Yeah, so anything exiled with Soul Partition can be re-cast, but all timing rules still apply. Depending on what you remove on an opponents' board, they might not recast it with the additional tax. If you use it to protect any of your own things the tax effect doesn't apply.
Thank you, and likewise, I'm always down to take a look and offer suggestions if you need some!
3 months ago
Let me know what you Big Boys think about Gemrazer in the deck! :D
6 months ago
11 months ago
Hunter's Prowess card draw ideas.
I would cut the cultivate effects for creatures that ramp like your Llanowar Elves there are plenty of 1 drops that tap for mana. Or 2 drops that have more utility then a mana dork. .
Slippery Bogbonder protection idea .
Nature's Way Removal
Spring-Leaf Avenger regrowth on a creature
Inscription of Abundance Removal or pump with options
Higher budget stuff to maybe look at.
1 year ago
some other stuff I noticed:
Fynn does not scale with pumping.
Mutagenic Growth is likely better than ruthless instincts.
I would focus more on pumping your creatures and protecting them from removal than just playing creatures on curve. a 2/4 for 4 is not very good in modern. a blighted agent + Scale Up with countermagic up is quite good. you're playing red only for temur charm, lightning bolt, lightning strike. i would look into going straight blue/green and replacing some of the red cards with Spell Pierce, Apostle's Blessing or Flusterstorm.
also - replacing natures claim with Gemrazer could be pretty spicy. the mutated creature keeps infect.
1 year ago
The following is an example list i've thrown together. depending on your budget running 4 colours might be a bit tricky, but it shouldn't be too hard to turn this back into a 2-3 colour deck either.
1 year ago
My opinion of the strongest mutate cards, in order from best to worst (some of these won’t be in your colours, but it might be worth considering trying 3-colour if you have lands to support that)
Anything not on that list is imo too weak to be worth running. I think a deck with mutate probably wants to be running both Slippery Bogle and Gladecover Scout so the opponent can’t kill the monster you’re building. Between them, the mana-dorks, and the mutate cards, that feels like you’ll be at 60 cards pretty quickly.
1 year ago
From a competitive modern standpoint, all of the following cards have super-impressed me and felt a lot stronger than they first appear:
Of course, every card is bad in the wrong deck, and these are no exception. Most of these cards do feel like they require more support than the average competitively-played card, but i’ve certainly found them all to pull their weight above-and-beyond what i’d initially expected.