Master of the Wild Hunt

Master of the Wild Hunt

Creature — Human Shaman

At the beginning of your upkeep, put a 2/2 green Wolf creature token onto the battlefield.

: Tap all untapped Wolf creatures you control. Each Wolf tapped this way deals damage equal to its power to target creature. That creature deals damage equal to its power divided as its controller chooses among any number of those Wolves.

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Master of the Wild Hunt Discussion

abby315 on Ashaya, Combo-Queen of the Wild

1 year ago

King_marchesa - Thanks for the upvote and suggestions! I always forget about the one-drop enchantments for Arbor Elf. Going to find a home for those and Destiny Spinner shortly. You're probably right that Song should go in over Lignify.

I'll keep an eye on Master of the Wild Hunt, though I think it might be too slow. I used to know a guy who ran it as a pet card in Legacy so I've definitely seen the power!

King_marchesa on Yeva Draw-Grow

1 year ago

Might you consider Master of the Wild Hunt for spot removal?

King_marchesa on Ashaya, Combo-Queen of the Wild

1 year ago

Love this deck!

Have you thought about Destiny Spinner? Also, Song of the Dryads is top tier removal in green. Master of the Wild Hunt might work for removal, I think it is an underplayed card that deserves more play. Utopia Sprawl and Wild Growth works well with Arbor Elf and if ashaya is out they can enchant your creatures.

Sky_Blue_Skies on "Essence of the Wild"/Abzan Midrange

1 year ago

Many thanks for your comment! I've honestly struggled quite a bit with deciding what the deck should use as its plan A. As I'm trying to make this more of a dedicated, janky vehicle for exploiting Essence of the Wild , I've given up some of the more conventional means of making it efficient or consistent. So far my approach has sought to strike a balance between including "generically good" cards that work reasonably well on their own as efficient token engines alongside cards that work specifically with Essence to enable absurd late-game boards. Results have been mixed, but by all indications early-game ramp should be an essential part of the deck, and for that reason I have doubled-up on mana dorks and stacked the three-drop slots with cards that work fine on turns 2-3 as a straight-up token strategy, but are also insane top-decks once Essence or Tendershoot Dryad is in play. My hope is that the deck can still be fun to play on casual tables even if I don't draw Essence and have to make due with crowding the board with spirits and saprolings, or by getting value out of Brimaz, King of Oreskos , Leonin Warleader , or Master of the Wild Hunt . While I fully appreciate the ubiquitous value of high-power removal spells like Path to Exile , I tend to hold off on playing these cards until someone in my playgroup annoys me enough to do so. On the other hand, I'd love to know if anyone has any thoughts on how to improve card selection in the early turns without messing too much with the balance of ramp-enablers and payoffs.

CosmicConical on Tolsimir, Wolf Cannon

1 year ago

NV_1980 Thanks for the great suggestions. I used to have a Mentor of the Meek in the deck, but I took it out to put in my Karador, Ghost Chieftain deck. If I get another one it will definitely go in, somehow. I also like Predator's Howl especially because it's instant speed. I have always been looking at Master of the Wild Hunt too; I like how its essentially a repeatable Moonlight Hunt sometimes. I always thought it was a little out of budget since it would only fit in this deck. I've already taken this deck apart once because I didn't like how it performed, so I'm worried that it might end up being a waste of Approx 5 to 9 dollars.

NV_1980 on Tolsimir, Wolf Cannon

1 year ago

Hi,

We thought Master of the Wild Hunt could be a good addition, as more wolves means it becomes all the more devastating. In order to create some more card-draw, we thought Mentor of the Meek could be of use to you. Also Predator's Howl could be useful (CMC4 for potentially 3 wolves is a good deal).

Wkr,

Mrs. and Mr. NV_1980

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