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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
|Pauper Duel Commander||Legal|
Target creature you control fights target creature you don't control. (Each deals damage equal to its power to the other.)
1 month ago
Exactly as you expect :)
The "Fight" keyword reads as follow in the reminder text on other version on the same card you mention (Prey Upon): "Each deals damage equal to its power to the other". The damage is dealt simultaneously. So yes, your Elf fella will die, and the -1/-1 counter will be placed on the other creature at the same time, and it will be shirnked to 0/1 creature onwards.
1 month ago
So, let's say I control a Glistener Elf and I cast a Prey Upon on a 1/2 creature. Since the damage from glistener elf will be dealt with -1/-1 counters on creatures, the card will become a -1/1 creature once it takes damage. But will my glistener elf dies? I'm not sure how it works, but i assume the damage will be dealt at the same time and my creature will die before the other shrinks its power and thoughness.
4 months ago
I also think Inscription of Abundance should be 4-of... it's too good and versatile.
And maybe 4 Scavenging Ooze since it can just randomly break graveyard decks.
I also don't know if it helps, but Umori, the Collector is an ooze...
6 months ago
Imprisoned in the Moon is also a great piece that can completely lock out someone's commander or any permanent really that relies on an activated ability.
Prey Upon is also really good since you're playing big stompy in Simic
I couldn't find any sea creature suggestions cause I think you have them all! Happy hunting
7 months ago
First of all, thanks to you all who gave me some help. I'll try to add Prey Upon and some more elves that buff each other. By the way, as for the Dark Ritual that my brother plays, we play without any format, however I'd like to keep my deck modern.
7 months ago
If he plays T1 Guul Draz Assassin, T2 level up, you might be able to just outnumber that, with T1 Elvish Mystic, T2 Elvish Mystic and Llanowar Elves. This isn't an unreasonable start and gives you a significant board and mana advantage. With a playset each of Llanowelves, Mystics, and Arbor Elfs, you should be able to make a fast, reliable start and get around the Assassin play. Dark Ritual gives a big shot of mana for one turn, but Elves are capable of sustaining that level of mana production. Good luck!
8 months ago
Maybe Prey Upon? Idk
I'm interested to see what more people think of!