Omen of the Hunt
When Omen of the Hunt enters the battlefield, you may search your library for a basic land card, put it onto the battlefield tapped, then shuffle your library.
, Sacrifice Omen of the Hunt: Scry 2.
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Omen of the Hunt Discussion
1 month ago
Cards to consider Alexi's Cloak , Omen of the Sea , Omen of the Hunt , Plaguecrafter , Spore Frog , Seal of Primordium , Secrets of the Dead , Throne of Death , Syr Conrad, The Grim, Perpetual Timepiece , Executioner's Capsule , Nihil Spellbomb , Aether Spellbomb , Sultai Ascendancy , Seal of Removal , The Eldest Reborn , Titans' Nest
1 month ago
I don't think Omen of the Hunt belongs here. It's just not a good card. You also probably want Yorion as a companion just because he synergizes so well with the Doom Foretold attitude. You'll also want more removal, like the fourth Binding the Old Gods and some spell removal like Heartless Act . Take a look at some of the other Abzan Doom decks around and see what works for them.
3 months ago
Lotus Ramp Example List:
4x Elvish Reclaimer as repeatable Lotus tutor
4x Sylvan Scrying as single-use Lotus tutor
4x Pelakka Wurm
Lotus and lands. You'd be winning with either Nissa or Pelakka Wurm.
t1 land, Elvish Reclaimer
t2 land, sylvan scrying
t3 land, Kiora
t4 use Reclaimer to jam Lotus, untap lotus with Kiora, Pore over the pages and Vizer to sift through your deck a bunch of times until you can jam Pelakka wurm.
That is, of course, a rough draft.
Wishclaw Blink exmaple deck:
4x Wishclaw Talisman
4x Oath of Kaya
1x Nine Lives
4x Fatal Push
Plus some stuff, get to 80 cards, add Yorion in SB as companion, eventually win with token flood.
I want you to look at those too first-draft fairly optimized decks. Take a really good look. I want you to count the number of cards that are in both decks.
Now, I want you to do this exercise: guess how many cards in the lotus ramp deck can go in the wishclaw deck, and how many cards from the wishclaw deck can go in the lotus ramp deck.
Tell me your answer, and we'll see if you're right.
3 months ago
You have three different decks here, you need to pick one of the following:
Lotus Field is exclusively used in Storm decks. However, it is plausible to build a green blue(nothing else) ramp deck that wants to untap lotus field a couple times and then drop cards like Pelakka Wurm. It's just not as well-documented.
Wishclaw is used in Wishclaw into Skybind loops, which would be a white green black deck that relies on Omen of the Sun , Omen of the Hunt , Oath of Nissa , and one or two copies of Eidolon of Blossoms for value. It would then eventually resolve a Yorion to flood the opponent with an extreme amount of value.
Energy would be a red green blue, possibly splash black midrange deck that is heavily interactive. You might even be able to get Snow to work, but that's entirely to add Frost Bite and nothing else.
6 months ago
Heyya Tanman, taking a look at the list and I have some broad critiques and some smaller ones. Let's start big.
You don't have enough +1/+1 counter cards to make it worth including payoffs for.
If you're playing infect, you're gonna need evasion, because no one in their right mind just lets an infect creature through, and honestly they're pretty small bois to begin with. Fleshing out the +1 counter package may help with this, big creatures are more troublesome to block and effects like Tuskguard Captain and Abzan Falconer can provide evasion beyond just being big and chunky.
You could do with a bit more ramp and a LOT more card draw.
Cards that are probably cuttable include:
Oko, the Trickster: I see this walker being cast for 6 mana, putting two +1 counters on one of your dudes, and immediately being focused to death by the rest of the table because its ult wins the game. You'd honestly be better off with Citadel Siege, it's harder to kill.
Arrest, Luminous Bonds, and Pacifism: in our meta, with so many creatures that either don't need to attack or can just be sacrificed, you're better off using kill spells like Mortify, Putrefy, or Swords to Plowshares (especially Swords bc exile beats recursion).
Grave Betrayal: such a sweet card, but much too slow.
Omen of the Dead and Omen of the Hunt: neither of these really do anything to further your gameplan. The fact that they're enchantments doesn't matter to this deck, and there are stronger recursion and ramp options.
Sunbond: There are 5 cards in this entire deck that gain you life. Goes great with your commander but there are a lot of things I'd rather spend my turn 4 on.
Courage in Crisis: Three whole mana for this effect? It's not a horrible card, but definitely inefficient.
Debt to the Deathless: This card would only be okay if damage was your primary win condition. As is? Not good.
Duneblast: The 7-mana slot may not be ideal for a wrath? Maybe this one is fine tho, idk.
Planewide Celebration: 7 mana to proliferate four times? No.
Storm Herd: Once again, this might be fine if damage was your wincon. You'd get a bunch of evasive attackers. As is? Probably not good.
Altogether though, great first deck, this would've kicked the crap out of my old Marath build back in the day.
7 months ago
11 months ago
Thanks for the suggestions, medozzz !
I'll swap out Increasing Ambition for Jarad's Orders, thanks!
Mind Stone is also a great call, but I'm not sure what to cut for it.
Arachnoid seems kinda... bad. It's great for delirium, but that's about it. I prefer to have a 3/5 for 5 than a 2/6 for 6.
As for Wayfarer's Bauble, I usually prefer to play that in non-Green decks. It got me thinking though, that Harrow would be great here since it puts two card types in the graveyard. I'll be making that switch. Thanks for the inspiration! :)
1 year ago
Hey, big Karametra fan myself, here's a bunch of great cards for her: Any creature that bounces itself on entry, like Whitemane Lion and Stonecloaker work great. Gives you free lands and triggers when Karametra is out. To go with that, God-Eternal Oketra a great on-creature-cast card out there and is worth getting.
Besides that, just generally having enchantments over other cards that don't give devotion is always good for turning on your theros gods. Having white gives you O-ring effects in Stasis Snare, Cast Out, etc you can use as removal. Green gives you enrampments like Omen of the Hunt and mana doublers. Once you have enough you can even splash some enchantresses like Eidolon of Blossoms to improve consistency. Hope this helps!