, Exile two creature cards in a single graveyard from the game: Put a 1/1 green Saproling creature token into play.
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Night Soil Discussion
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5 months ago
I would consider something like Night Soil for mirror matches, or even just that opponent who seems to have an answer for everything.
6 months ago
I think a point you may be getting confused by is that Nightmare Shepherd 's May clause is a cost, and costs for activated abilities and spells are paid as they're put onto the stack (so Night Soil would exile the cards before anything else could be put on the stack), but with triggered abilities the costs are paid on resolution, which means another ability like Tegrid, God of Fright's can make that cost unpayable.
11 months ago
I like Night Soil far more than Scatter the Seeds. For the same Mana cost, they make the same number of Saprolings at instant speed, with Night Soil also having the additional benefit of graveyard hate and being able to make even more tokens.
1 year ago
I'd recommend Night Soil over Fungal Plots - because the exile effect is before the colon, the exile is a cost, meaning that if you go to exile a creature in a graveyard, the opponent can't tuck it, reanimate it, or return it to hand in response.
another odd one is Sporogenesis - I'm toying around with it in my current fungus / treefolk tribal deck, and seeing good results with it.
1 year ago
Alright, it's rhino time.
There are quite a few things I would recommend here.
First off, fourteen taplands!? Come on. Ghired deserves better than that! I'd either run more basics for the sake of your ramp or upgrade the nonbasics.
Part One - Things that cost too much to cast and/or don't do much:
Part Two - Just for any deck:
Can your deck generate green and red mana? Then play Decimate. Do it. It has literally never felt dead. It murders four things at the cost of one card. It is a bloody wrath. Furthermore, if you take from everybody you are less likely to be targeted. I once hit a Dimir Aqueduct, Conjurer's Closet, Phyrexian Arena, and Elesh Norn. Fifteen mana gone in an instant.
Once Upon a Time is a card I run in any green deck. It's great all the time.
Hero of Bladehold has come to murder everyone. She does her job.
Purphoros has come to murder everyone. He always does his job.
Given how few basics you run, Field of the Dead is a splendid inclusion. It's far better than it reads, and it reads of dint.
That's it! Farewell! CRUSH EVERYONE!
I have my own token deck here if you care to see it.