Target creature you control gets +X/+X until end of turn. Then it fights up to one target creature you don't control.
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Primal Might Discussion
3 weeks ago
Also, it feels like you’re very all-in on the fight theme - have you considered Hornet Nest as a secondary fight-profiting creature?
1 month ago
Thank you for the card suggestion. My card "awareness?" you'd call it is actually still developing, so this is a big help! I only started playing 4 months ago. Actually might manage to hit the delirium of Traverse the Ulvenwald rather consistenly.
I think I should explain what I've found through testing, and the choices for the two cards I've mentioned plus the added Street Wraiths, while I'm at it:
o At first the answer for me was the same, I need to put and keep Fynn on the board to really do much of anything. Fynn, the Fangbearer shares the spot for main-hitter with Phyrexian Crusader though. It's not that you have a 4 in 54 chance to hit the card you need, but it's 8 in 54. The deck is very much midrange with a fast start. The best one is Narnam/Foulmire into Fynn, the Fangbearer to hit a match off obviously. I added the 2 Wraiths just through playtesting, to drive the percentadge of hitting that start high enough, while also keeping the cards I felt necessairy.
o The removal is a get-you-there tool, except for Bone Shards . I actually thought about 2 Assassin's Trophy and 3 of Bone Shards . Discarding Crusader is important, because you want to pay a single for him. Which is why I choose Grisly Salvage . Because of it, I actually run this with 4 Street Wraith and 2 Mishra's Bauble a lot of the times. This card alone is the reason for 4 Crusaders, and for Bone Shards. I had about 1 in 40 matches where it hit truly badly, eliminating too many 1-drops, or more than half of Mishra's Bauble . Having 4 Wraiths solved this issue, at the cost of life total. In that scenario, even if you don't hit Fynn, you have dug six cards deep into your deck and smoothed out your draw in that situation. It fills the graveyard, fixes mana, I couldn't find any card working better for this deck. It's also the reason for precisely 1 Call of the Death-Dweller . If Traverse the Ulvenwald imrpoves this deck significantly, it would probably replace some Grisly, and therefore change the entire deck.
o Two of the fight spells are for mana fixing, just through playtesting I noticed that this deck struggled having sometimes one too many, one less mana than it needed. Khalni Ambush Flip fixed that immensely. The only real fight spell I choose conciously was Primal Might , and that is because it doesn't only clear a threat, but it can also buff Crusader. I've won games specifically because of Might, buffing the crusader to a 4/4 was enough there.
I hope this helped!
5 months ago
Do you think that, in the flavor text of Primal Might , the "his" refers to Ghalta or the shaman?
5 months ago
This is really great list! Please keep updating.
Some of cards I found missing:
Black Eliminate , Grasp of Darkness , Feed the Swarm - oh yes, black can now destroy enchantments! Blue Ravenform - oh yes, blue can now EXILE ceatures or artifacts! White Angelic Edict , Cleansing Nova , Ondu Inversion Flip, Doomskar Green Viridian Shaman , Thrashing Brontodon . Fight effects of Gargos, Vicious Watcher , Territorial Allosaurus , Primal Might , Ram Through Red Shatterskull Smashing Flip and what about enrage effects from Silverclad Ferocidons or damage from Needletooth Raptor or Burning Sun's Avatar ?
5 months ago
just gonna go through some hard stats real quick cards that give you card advantage ie gets a card from your library into play or into your hand: 7 cards that ramp you ie gets lands into play, produces mana, makes creatures cheaper: 17 cards that can destroy your opponents creatures/artifacts/etc :5 of those 5 cards they only deal with creatures and most need to be dealt damage first. so an opponent plays a proaganda/ghostly prison you cant attack your deck is useless. green, red, white have some of the best removal for almost any permanent. problematic artifacts and enchantments get the Wilt , Nature's Claim , Return to Nature , Krosan Grip , Crush Contraband to name a few. opponent has a magus of the moat or another problematic creature? Path to Exile , Swords to Plowshares , Abrade , Lightning Bolt , any number of efficient fight spells like Domri, Anarch of Bolas , Prey Upon , Inscription of Abundance , Primal Might . opponents threatening to cast a board wipe? Eerie Interlude , Cosmic Intervention , Unbreakable Formation .
In short, a bit less ramp, a bit more card draw, and you really really need interaction. You can't expect to make a dino army and not have anyone try to interact with that. I know dino smash but dino can be smart too, dino can be clever girl.
7 months ago
I really like the idea of The Prismatic Bridge as a buildaround, but I don't think this would be where it goes. My 50 cents:
- If The Prismatic Bridge is your buildaround, you probably want the full playset to make sure you find it consistently. I know you play a ton of "search" spells, but those are usually way too slow and clunky.
- Only being able to cast Bridge off of Dryad of the Ilysian Grove makes for a very inconsistent wincon, especially since you're only running 3 copies. I'd at least add The World Tree to the mana pool, if this is the way you want to go.
- Once you get the Bridge down, the creatures that it can hit will already be outclassed, as getting 1x free 3- or 4-drop a turn after turns 4-5 rarely does the job.
- There are some subpar cards, that you probably shouldn't include in a Standard deck, unless you're running on a budget or playing casual Magic - Garruk, Savage Herald and all the other walkers from PW-decks are purposely nerfed compared to the powerlevel of the main sets and Outmuscle is too expensive for what it does. Much better options are Blizzard Brawl and Primal Might .
- Don't run more than 60 cards in your deck, unless you're playing Yorion, Sky Nomad as your companion. It will make your deck more inconsistent and is not worth the (only slightly) better match-up vs. Rogues.
Honestly, I imagine that Bridge goes in a ramp deck that can make a 5-color mana base work, and has a lot of big boom-booms like Ugin, the Spirit Dragon , Koma, Cosmos Serpent etc. If you want to stay mono-green though, I'd suggest you slant more towards a traditional green aggro deck, but with a bit higher top end like Vivien, Monsters' Advocate and Vorinclex, Monstrous Raider and then play 4x Dryad of the Ilysian Grove and 4x The World Tree to be able to cast The Prismatic Bridge consistently.
Hope that helps mate. Good luck with the deck!