, Pay 1 life: Gain or .
, , Sacrifice Nurturing Peatland: Draw a card.
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Nurturing Peatland Discussion
6 days ago
1 month ago
Katzmania I feel like Whisperer only fits Mono G. I've tried Elvish Visionary but find myself going back to Dwynen's Elite in that spot. I won't go back to Lead the Stampede main but I've considered adding Winding Way in the side to refill post-wipe. With the increased amount of 3CMC creatures, GB should be at 17 lands minimum but I totally agree it could use Nurturing Peatland. The lands are tuned for Quirion having 12 forests so I'd have to cut some Gilt-Leaf Palace. Thanks!
2 months ago
wallisface Thank you for this one.. I forgot it existed.. goes well with my loam.
2 months ago
This definitely looks like a Lurrus of the Dream-Den deck, you only have a single card that doesn't fit the requirements in Liliana of the Veil that can be easily cut and Lurrus is just so good in the midrange and control matchups that adding it seems like a no-brainer.
I have no idea what Manamorphose is doing in this deck. There are no cards that care about instant or sorceries in this list, meaning it's just going to be air most of the time. Even if you don't add Lurrus Mishra's Bauble can at least make Tarmogoyf better and fulfils the role of cheap cantrip better than Manamorphose in this current list.
Dreadhorde Arcanist is another weird inclusion. You only have 11 spells that it can successful flashback in the whole deck, meaning that it is going to be a two-mana 1/3 an awful lot, especially since your going to have graveyard hate boarded in against you already with your Kroxa and Fiend Artisan, maybe some more generic creatures would be better, like Scavenging Ooze or Grim Flayer .
4 Kroxa, Titan of Death's Hunger seems like way too many, especially since you have no dedicated mill effects or even an engine card like Dragon's Rage Channeler to put cards in the graveyard. If you want to go with a graveyard based strategy you should add some powerful enablers like Grisly Salvage as it makes both Fiend Artisan and Kroxa, Titan of Death's Hunger more powerful and consistent.
You might also want some Nurturing Peatland for Wrenn and Six to turn the +1 from it into spells. The 3 basic Forest in this list will almost certainly be awkward with Kroxa more times than you think it will, especially if you have two on the battlefield.
3 months ago
Saw your post on reddit. Welcome back to MtG!
Here is my list which may be handy to reference.
3 months ago
I love this deck, looking forward to playing against it again. Would Nurturing Peatland be any good?
4 months ago
What is Trickbind ever doing that is actually relevant, especially for the cost of a whole card and two mana? I know it can hit fetchlands but two mana for maybe stone raining your opponent doesn't seem worth it, especially when it isn't proactive and could be more hand disruption like Grief and Inquisition of Kozilek . Speaking of Grief, that card seems like something you should consider as a disruptive element early especially since with only a u/b deck you have a lot to enable it. It also makes Scourge of the Skyclaves a lot better if your want to run that since it is an early way to apply pressure.
Having only 17 lands is also extremely greedy, assuming a 56 card deck with Street Wraith you only have about a 75% chance of hitting your first two lands drops, which your absolutely need to do to play delve threats and counterspells on curve. Neither of your cantrips has good unconditional selection like Serum Visions or Opt do which means hitting lands is even less consistent. If you really don't want to get flooded you could play some off colour horizon lands like Nurturing Peatland .
I'm also not sure what you're bringing Diabolic Edict against. Most of the creature decks like U/R Prowess, Company and Ephemerate don't really care too much since they're so threat dense and shadow isn't really seeing play anymore since the meta is so hostile to it.