Hanweir, the Writhing Township
Legendary Creature — Eldrazi Ooze
Whenever Hanweir, the Writhing Township attacks, put two 3/2 colorless Eldrazi Horror creature tokens onto the battlefield tapped and attacking.
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|Eldritch Moon (EMN)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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Hanweir, the Writhing Township Discussion
5 months ago
Jhyalli, Gavel of Paludaria
Legendary Creature - Zombie Dragon
Flying, Trample, Infect
At the beginning of your combat phase, you may put a -1/-1 counter on any number of creatures you control, then sacrifice all creatures you control without a -1/-1 counter on them.
: Target creature you control gains Undying.
: Target creature you control gains Persist.
I'd like a legendary creature made generic, like before they were notable:
Akki Lavarunner Flip, Kitsune Mystic Flip, Cunning Bandit Flip, Budoka Pupil Flip, Bushi Tenderfoot Flip, Callow Jushi Flip, Hired Muscle Flip, etc. but not necessarily a transforming card. Disruptive Student and Hanweir, the Writhing Township from Hanweir Battlements+Hanweir Garrison are also cool possibilities, any other ideas I'm eager to see!
6 months ago
Your average cmc is pretty high for an aggressive deck, and you only have 6.5 pieces of ramp to offset that so you may find you're coming out too slow. You've got tons of huge powerful creatures but most of them don't have any way to push damage through; maybe trade two of your six haste effects for some trample(Archetype of Aggression,Siege Behemoth), flying (Victory's Herald), or Champion of Lambholt type cards. I count nine different anthem effects, but again because your creatures are so expensive you're probably not going to have many creatures out at once so those effects become less valuable. Maybe add a few efficient token producers to help take advantage of them (like Assemble the Legion, March of the Multitudes, or Hanweir Garrison/Hanweir, the Writhing Township) or just cut them for more ramp so you can get more of the big stuff out faster. Hope this helps.
10 months ago
Flavor aside, I think you should cut the big Eldrazi (aside from card: It That Betrays, and maybe Spawnsire of Ulamog ) and focus instead on going wide with Eldrazi/Sliver tokens to take advantage of the fact that the Slivdrazi only gives out one Annihilator 1 per person. If so, token makers to consider: Sliver Hive , Birthing Boughs , Pawn of Ulamog , Sifter of Skulls , Hanweir, the Writhing Township 's components (Garrison is pretty useless but Battlements is decent since you want to attack for Annihilator), From Beyond , Growth Spasm
Also Mazirek, Kraul Death Priest to take advantage of sac triggers alongside of "It..."
Maybe Ghostflame Sliver for devoid redundancy
1 year ago
1 year ago
There is another fan theory I've heard of which suggests that Brisela, Voice of Nightmares and Hanweir, the Writhing Township were the beginnings of two new eldrazi titans to replace Ulamog and Kozilek.
Also, just standing to be counted among those who actually like the Gatewatch.
1 year ago
@landofMordor: Well, would it? Also, I put both Meld duos in the deck in case they're needed. But I still have one last question to ask: What can bypass the "You Lose the Game" Clause in Boros' colors besides Sundial of the Infinite? Also, I found spot removal compatable for Sunforger for everything but Planeswalkers. I wonder why...
3 years ago
Hanweir Garrison can generate a good amount of tokens and works pretty well with Alesha, Who Smiles at Death. Then you could put in the other half (Hanweir Battlements) and go for Hanweir, the Writhing Township!
Anyway nice deck. +1
3 years ago
GolgariGreenthumb, Battlements takes up space that is better spent on other cards. The problem with it, is that this is a 3 colour deck, and the card takes up a slot that is better filled by other land cards.
Compound that with the fact that Garrison tends to swing as a 3/4 or a 4/5, with 2/2 or 3/3 humans in this list anyways. The creature type is an important factor for this list. The big payoff for wanting Hanweir, the Writhing Township is the larger tokens, and not necessarily the larger power line, which is moot when you consider cards like Metallic Mimic and Mayor of Avabruck affecting your tokens before and as they enter, and cards like Thalia's Lieutenant afterwards, and all the triggers that they cause on existing Champion of the Parish and Thalia's Lieutenant.
TL;DR: Hanweir, the Writhing Township doesn't do enough on its own in a tribal list with lots of synergies to warrant 3 to 8 slots that are better spent on land and other creatures.