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|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
Creature — Dragon
When Noxious Dragon dies (is put into the graveyard from the battlefield), you may destroy target creature with converted mana cost 3 or less.
2 years ago
4 years ago
ThallionDarkshine, so i swapped out Acid Web Spider for Manglehorn, Spontaneous Mutation for another island, and Mindeye Drake for Scapeshift. I'd also like to find a good replacement for Feral Abomination and Noxious Dragon. And I feel Seed Guardian under performs? Whats your take on Gray Merchant of Asphodel in this deck?
4 years ago
Thanks a lot ThallionDarkshine. As far as focus goes, it's pretty simple: I just want to have my graveyard be an extension of my hand and be able to play "answers" to pesky permanents. I'd rather not spend over $20 on a single card.
I chose to run 33 lands cuz I found myself "fetching" lands often and even more often with Muldrotha on the board. I don't cast her until my graveyard has a good amount of permanents in it anyway so I'm not worried about playing her asap. I do tend to cycle some lands for draw when the opportunity arises cuz I know I will play them later from the yard. Circuitous Route, Burnished Hart, Sakura-Tribe Elder, and Shefet Monitor all help with a bit of ramp.
I like the idea of Manglehorn replacing Acid Web Spider, and Noxious Dragon is merely a place holder as I found it in my bulk and threw it in. Both spider and dragon are mainly flying blockers with a lil bonus; but I do agree that they are mana spendy.
I did splash a bit of sacrificing in cuz why not? Caustic Caterpillar and Thrashing Brontodon (removal), Burnished Hart and Sakura-Tribe Elder (land), Scribe of the Mindful to get back some value instant/sorcery, and some more options. Plus you put Sylvok Lifestaff on a creature before you sac it for the proverbial icing. Sac outlets also include Bone Splinters, Ruthless Disposal, Victimize, Burnished Hart, Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord and Whisper, Blood Liturgist. And the sacrificing trigger from Liliana, Heretical Healer Flip! Then turn around and cast those sacrificees from the yard which would trigger Desecrated Tomb for more sac fodder, chumps, or aerial assualt.
This was a bit winded but this is the jist of the deck. It's not a fast starter but chugs along just fine when it picks up momentum. I'm aware there are a few kinks to work out and thus the reason I called for help. I appreciate any and all feedback, so again.. thank you!
4 years ago
Hey, just read your comment on my primer. I'd love to give some advice, though without knowing what direction you want to take with the deck, I'll just start with some general thoughts on the deck.
I really like some of the cheap interactive cards you're running. In particular, I like the idea of running a cheap deathtoucher in Gnarlwood Dryad to completely shut down creatures coming your way. I do think there may be better options for that slot, but I definitely like including something along those lines in the deck.
I think you probably want to find room for 3-4 more lands. Muldrotha is a very mana hungry commander, and you've got some expensive finishers in the deck to boot. I get it, lands aren't all that exciting, but if you miss a land drop playing Muldrotha, you're not going to have a very good time.
You've got a lot of great cheap and efficient cards in your noncreature slots, but you have a bunch of creatures that feel very expensive for what they do. Acid Web Spider and Noxious Dragon both fill important roles, but cost tons of mana, making it really hard to make use of them effectively. I would look for some cheaper creatures that fill similar roles. Manglehorn can not only take care of any artifact, it also can significantly weaken opposing mana rocks. Plaguecrafter is a great way to get rid of hexproof/shroud/indestructible creatures, and also lets you get creatures into your graveyard so you can replay them.
In a similar vein, I have really enjoyed reanimation enchantments in my Muldrotha. I'm not sure what your budget is, but Dance of the Dead, Animate Dead, and Necromancy have performed incredibly well for me. They let you get extra creature plays from your graveyard, help keep Muldrotha on the field, or cheat out giant creatures for cheap. I especially like them here because of Final Parting, which lets you tutor a reanimation spell and a reanimation target, letting you tutor and play any creature from your deck for 7 mana.
Finally, I really like all my self-mill pieces to do more than just fill my graveyard. While its all well and good to have a stocked graveyard, you can't neglect your hand, just in case you can't stick Muldrotha or your graveyard gets removed. For this reason, I really like things like Vessel of Nascency, Satyr Wayfinder, and Perpetual Timepiece. You've got a couple of the best options for this (World Shaper, Sidisi, Brood Tyrant), but you also have a bunch of cards that do nothing besides dump cards into the grave.
6 years ago
Cascading Cataracts / Crystal Quarry / Sylvan Ranger / Rampant Growth / Bloom Tender / Birds of Paradise / Sylvan Caryatid / Utopia Tree / Reflecting Pool / Oblivion Ring / Gruul Signet / Golgari Signet / Simic Signet / Selesnya Signet / Bringer of the Red Dawn / Bringer of the Blue Dawn / Bringer of the Black Dawn / Unclaimed Territory / Cavern of Souls / Keiga, the Tide Star / Breath of Darigaaz / Nissa's Pilgrimage / Explosive Vegetation / Molten Disaster / Subterranean Tremors / Ash Barrens / Evolving Wilds / Terramorphic Expanse / Sudden Demise / Fault Line / Beast Within / Dragonlord Dromoka / Sylvan Reclamation / Wear / Tear / Grand Coliseum / City of Brass / Mana Confluence / Fellwar Stone / Solemn Simulacrum / Farhaven Elf / Wood Elves / Heartless Summoning / Urza's Incubator / Sensei's Divining Top / Cyclonic Rift / Reclamation Sage / Urban Evolution / Nature's Lore / Eternal Witness / Skyshroud Claim / Chaos Warp / Manglehorn / Vizier of the Menagerie / Relic of Progenitus / Chromatic Sphere / Chromatic Star / Terrarion / Llanowar Wastes / Shivan Reef / Yavimaya Coast / Karplusan Forest / Sulfurous Springs / Battlefield Forge / Brushland / Caves of Koilos / Night's Whisper / Reanimate / Anguished Unmaking / Swords to Plowshares / Path to Exile / Flame Slash / Vindicate / Sarkhan's Triumph / Preordain / Ponder / Brainstorm / Anticipate / Weathered Wayfarer / Safewright Quest / Temple Garden / Breeding Pool / Overgrown Tomb / Stomping Ground / Mirari's Wake / Nature's Claim / Fatal Push / Thunder Dragon / Scourge of Kher Ridges / Skyline Despot / Siege Dragon / Karrthus, Tyrant of Jund / Foe-Razer Regent / Eternal Dragon / Dragonlord Atarka / Balefire Dragon / Vorosh, the Hunter / Swift Warkite / Scourge of the Throne / Runehorn Hellkite / Rith, the Awakener / Prossh, Skyraider of Kher / Numot, the Devastator / Noxious Dragon / Mordant Dragon / Harmonize / Ancient Craving / Ambition's Cost / Dragonlord Silumgar / Dragonlord Kolaghan / Destructor Dragon / Darigaaz, the Igniter / Surrak Dragonclaw / Stormbreath Dragon / Sarkhan Unbroken / Necromaster Dragon / Icefall Regent / Hunted Dragon / Glorybringer / Fearsome Awakening / Dragonlord Ojutai / Boltwing Marauder / Thunderbreak Regent / Territorial Hellkite / Skyship Stalker / Dragonloft Idol / Dragon Throne of Tarkir / Dragonsoul Knight / Dragonmaster Outcast / Slumbering Dragon / Omen / Serum Visions / Read the Bones
7 years ago
To answer your question, yes my aggro deck was winning. And specifically my deck doesn't focus on multiple creatures and going wide, it uses prowess and Zada, Hedron Grinder to blitzkreig, so instant speed removal is essential, just like it would need to be against R/G Landfall. Another thing I noticed was how quickly you lost life either from your Read the Bones or from Ob Nixilis Reignited, so maybe look into some lifegain? For example, Douse in Gloom or Foul-Tongue Invocation would work really well, and for the dragon needed for Foul-Tongue Invocation try Noxious Dragon or Deathbringer Regent, which comes with a board clear as well for more value, and replacing the inverter.