Gravity Well

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

Gravity Well

Enchantment

Whenever a creature with flying attacks, it loses flying until end of turn.

ReticleMouse on Grothama's Ruin

1 month ago

This deck is awesome, plain, and simple. the plan is simple (like all green decks should be) and powerful when executed, you have backups and alternate strategies for if your main fails and you have a decent amount of answers to your opponent's threats. EXCEPT for the one that matters most in my opinion.

I can't tell you how many times I have lost in my own Mono Green Deck simply because my opponent flies over me earlier than I can get my plan going.. for that reason, I think cards like Gravity Well are a must. it's cheap, and can be absolutely damaging to your opponent should they be relying on flyers to win the game. Sure they won't be able to fight Grothama, All-Devouring but you don't need them to win the game so, I think it's worth it.

I would also consider adding Sandwurm Convergence since you can still generate large amounts of mana easily enough. Katabatic Winds is another option but personally I think its to unreliable.

Stardragon on Elves lovers...HELP!

1 month ago

For flying hate cards Hurricane/Squall Line, Spidersilk Armor/Gravity Well, Whiptongue Hydra are all great fly haters and Bower Passage makes your elves unblockable to fliers. While none of these should be thrown into your main board some should make it into side board if you really can't handle your friends flying spirits.

Card to help you:

Tyvar Kell I would add since so many elves only tap for green mana this will help you get more black mana. Plus his +1 buffs an elf (not as good as if buffed 2 or 3 but hey it still ok) and gives deathtouch till the end of turn meaning it's always a viable attacker. like Xenagos, he has a 0 ability that make a token and they are of course elves and his ult gives you hasty elves!!! (rare in non red) plus some draw power

Circle of Dreams Druid-Is Gaea's Cradle on legs

Harald Unites the Elves- Can help you cheat a elf or Tyvar into play, buffs all yours elves than can be a board wipe if attack with your massive army of elves

Priest of Titania- is Elvish Guidance on legs which itself is a Elf version of Gaea's Cradle as Kret pointed out

Other game enders are your standard Overrun, Overwhelming Stampede, Triumph of the Hordes and Craterhoof Behemoth

Stardragon on

3 months ago

hmm a single copy of Bow of Nylea would be good, its probably god weapon I use the most (and not just because im a green main) with Whip of Erebos coming in a close second that i use the most for it's utility and cheap cost, Kessig Wolf Run for either a mountain or a temple again for utility Skarrg, the Rage Pits for the same reason though i don't think you need both just which ever one you like more. and i love how simple the deck is but your or real form of removal is badgersaur and relies on discarding non creature or lands, so things like Hull Breach or Decimate could help with problematic things and Savage Twister in case you need a board wipe Starstorm works here to, there are others that could work but these are flexible in how much damage you want to do and i personally like them better than Blasphemous Act for there flexibility. Asceticism is expensive both mana and price and it doesn't add to the board state immediately but it's protection from spot removal and debuffs and a form of recursion.

If need be for a sideboard (I don't know if casual has a side board) i would put some of these for flying hate since that would wreck you since you have no fly protection things like Spidersilk Armor or Gravity Well. Indestructible destoryers like Burn from Within or Hour of Devastation would be ok as well. And if your opponent is blue Prowling Serpopard can help protect your badgers

For now thats it maybe after a night of sleep i'll be able to think of more but for know this should give so fat to chew on.

libraryjoy on Can't touch this - please help

1 year ago

The sideboard should be 15 cards that help you deal with specific situations you often encounter, but not often enough to put them in main-board - like artifact/enchantment destruction, or recursion, or flying, or life gain, or land destruction. If there is a deck that your deck struggles against, you would add specific cards that would help you in that match up. So stuff like Mold Shambler , Gravity Well , or Yasharn, Implacable Earth (if you often face a deck that pays life to activate abilities), or extra copies of Naturalize or Appetite for the Unnatural , or Oblivion Ring , or Bonds of Mortality , or Ghost Quarter , would be good choices. Think of it as a toolkit/backpack. It's stuff for "just in case."

twechsler on Death Touch Green Boi

1 year ago

Also I'm considering tossing alot of the reach cards that I have for Gravity Well . I pretty much only have them for my one friend's all-flying deck. Im sure that card will throw him for a loop. Let me know if you need more details about specificity.

TheVectornaut on Death Touch Green Boi

1 year ago

I'll just go through the mainboard cards I would personally cut first. Ancient Ooze : very big but requires trample or the like to actually do anything at 7 mana. Copper Myr : almost objectively worse here than most green mana dorks. Ezuri's Archers : not impactful enough in the main without a devotion or elf theme. Ghoultree : your creatures are too big to be dying that often and you want them alive anyway. Lumberknot : similar story to Ghoultree. Spawnwrithe : needs to be built around. Wall of Tanglecord : wastes the benefits of any Overrun effects. Predator's Rapport : more of a sideboard card unless burn is really popular. Reclaim : very slow and lacking enough good targets. Serpent's Gift : redundant and inefficient if you just run enough deathtouch creatures. Tower Defense : are there really enough flyers going around to have this in the main? Windstorm : see above. Spider Spawning : if this is what you're running Transguild Promenade for, it's not worth it without more GY synergy. Accorder's Shield : vigilance isn't impactful enough with no exert, tap abilities, or much else to abuse it. Brawler's Plate : very costly for the buff. Golden Urn : much worse than even the Rapport. Staff of the Wild Magus : staffs aren't even strong enough to do well in dedicated lifegain decks, unfortunately.

I'd say all of your maybeboard picks are better than the aforementioned cards. I'll list some other alternatives that come to my mind though. Primordial Hydra and Kalonian Hydra are some budget-unfriendly but highly dangerous beaters that you can get out relatively early. Joraga Treespeaker (or maybe Elvish Archdruid ) would make your archers much better by letting them double as mana dorks. Otherwise, I like Arbor Elf with Utopia Sprawl type auras on your forests to help ramp. If you prefer the vigilance idea, Champion of Rhonas is a budget Elvish Piper that likes not tapping in combat. If you like walls, Overgrown Battlement and Axebane Guardian can get ridiculous mana going. They also benefit from Assault Formation which synergizes with Tower Defense. In terms of small creatures with reach, Traproot Kami is my clear pick for mono-green, especially in multiplayer. If you need to add trample, Rancor is excellent value. If you need recursion, Eternal Witness should be near the top of the list. If you're struggling with flyers, maybe try Gravity Well . If you need more life, Engulfing Slagwurm likes forced blocks while Verdant Sun's Avatar likes playing beefy guys.

Given what you have already, I think shifting to include more deathtouch creatures and Lure s would be the most optimal plan. Viridian Longbow and Thornbite Staff are some other equipment that benefit from that strategy. For the creatures, Ohran Frostfang is a casual-only option that's completely busted in commander, and I'm always a sucker for Wasteland Viper 's versatility at only 1 mana.

Emzed on Bigger, Faster, Stompier, Greener

1 year ago

Gravity Well, Quest for Renewal, Elixir of Immortality, Predator Ooze and Oran-Rief Hydra seem a little underpowered to me, and Panharmonicon does not have very many good synergies in your list.
Your deck could use a few more lands too, 34 isn't enough to reliably hit the first 5+ land drops. I think Castle Garenbrig is a great candidate, but simply adding 5-6 more basic forests would also help.

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