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- So, some cards in the game say ''each creature'', and some say that it affects ''all creatures'', so is that the same thing?
- Can multiple Cultivator of Blades boost each other before boosting others?
- Under what circumstances do effects that modify the properties of permanents also apply to those which enter the battlefield later that turn?
- When does a player leave the game when dealt lethal damage?
Creatures you control get +3/+3 and gain trample until end of turn.
1 week ago
This deck isn't necessarily on a restricted budget, it's just that all the auras that are relevant to Stangg's playstyle end up being really cheap because they're mostly commons and uncommons. Not that I'm complaining! lol
Ulvenwald Tracker is great but I think I'd rather stick to ETB aura based removal (like Cartouche of Strength) for this deck. They're great with Stangg because the Twin will pop in each turn (assuming you attack, which you probably will) and do the fighting for the original one.
I do like the idea of having an Overrun effect as an alternate finisher, though. Added to the maybeboard!
2 weeks ago
Looks like an interesting deck! Ulvenwald Tracker might be interesting to consider, as he can repeat the kind of removal you're into (through the 'Fight' mechanic). Granted, he's a bit of a weakling and thus prone to removal at some point, but then again, he's not that expensive to use so might be worth the gamble to include.
Also, since you're often dependent on token armies, it would be nice to include a (one-time) boost or two for them, to be used as a finisher. Since your deck seems to be on a restricted budget, I would recommend options like Strength of the Tajuru, Overrun or Overwhelming Stampede.
Have fun with this brew and completing the primer!
1 month ago
Very cool, looks dope. I just have one thought! I feel like Overrun could be switched out with something like Bond of Discipline because it is mana curve friendly and the life link can protect you a bit. Also just a good card for white attacking decks that might help with attacks is Brave the Sands.
1 month ago
Thanks for the input Gleeock! I actually played with an Akroma's Will in the deck when I first build it. What I ended up finding was that whenever I was going to win, it was generally the same turn I played Jetmir, Nexus of Revels. Getting him to attack is a nice bonus but since his abilities are static, he's pretty much my Overrun. With Akroma's Will being a 4 drop, I almost never had mana to play both and waiting a turn saw Jetmir dead most of the time :/ There was also the option of playing it without Jetmir on the board, but that didn't usually amount to lethal either
2 months ago
Thank you, :•)
2 months ago
WhiteEagle_12, thank you for your advice, as you can see I have taken some of it. I removed Ant Queen as I originally leaned on it as a way to sink mana once I was generating large amounts. However I replaced bot Ant Queen and Elvish Mystic with Sakura-Tribe Scout and Spring-Leaf Avenger. This has shifted the focus of the deck slightly, however I kept both scute cards as they have such god benefit from large amounts of land. I also picked up Reclaim the Wastes and Caravan Vigil. The fact that these weren't already in my deck shows how little of the cardpool I am familiar with. I am considering adding Overrun to capitalize on my scute cards, but I feel with a large source of creatures removed this is a rather weak win condition. Overall I am very conflicted on whether or not I lean into this and trust that Overrun will allow me to win, or to find another way to use my setup to win.
Regardless of my wishy-washy feelings your advice has been deeply appreciated. :•)
2 months ago
This actually looks pretty solid. I would replace Ant Queen with either Hornet Queen or maybe Hornet Nest. However, if you want to keep that 5 CMC from Ant Queen, I would recommend replacing it with Spring-Leaf Avenger. Another thing, you seem to want a lot of little guys, but it doesn't look like you have anything to capitalize on them. A good card for that is Overrun.
2 months ago
I suggest moving Elvish Champion to the sideboard and replacing it with Llanowar Elves. I would also replace Return of the Wildspeaker with Overrun. Llanowar Loamspeaker is strictly worse than Priest of Titania, especially since your deck has no synergy with elementals. Also, if you aren't worried about budget then I would up the number of Collected Company to 4. If you want, you can also look at my Modern Elves list. https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/best-green-budget-elves-1/ It is budget, so it's missing cards like Collected Company, but you still might get a kick out of it.