Renata, Called to the Hunt

Renata, Called to the Hunt

Legendary Enchantment Creature — Demigod

Renata's power is equal to your devotion to green. (Each in the mana costs of permanents you control counts toward your devotion to green.)

Each other creature you control enters the battlefield with an additional +1/+1 counter on it.

Renata, Called to the Hunt Discussion

Omniscience_is_life on Fabricate Lord

3 days ago

Plus a little Renata, Called to the Hunt effect ;)

Exit777 on Hamza

5 months ago

fun deck :) Some suggestions that could be good role players here are cards that put counters on creatures on ETB and similar, so Good-Fortune Unicorn , Renata, Called to the Hunt , Juniper Order Ranger and Felidar Retreat . And Crystalline Crawler and Workhorse would be excellent mana dorks ;)

also not sure if you want to go in that direction but some neat combo pieces would be the new Heliod, Kitchen Finks and Woodfall Primus.

MLS91 on Vorinclex, Counters & Superfriends

7 months ago

Woodfall Primus to combo with Renata, Called to the Hunt

Undergrowth Champion because he is also very VERY resilient in this deck

Dense Foliage is great protection for your creatures, but you'd have to see if this card has will interfere with any creatures that "move" or have "graft" like abilities, be aware that this card is symmetrical with the whole board however and not just your side, in that case i'd recommend Asceticism

cards like Phyrexian Swarmlord , Spinebiter , and Putrefax sound right up your alley.

to help your creatures get through as well, consider Bellowing Tanglewurm

ElneneEvans on Mono Green Counters

8 months ago

I would definitely add 3 copies of Garruk's Uprising and problably consider adding Crystalline Giant or Nessian Hornbeetle and swap the Hunter's Edge for Ram Through Renata, Called to the Hunt is pretty good too

Sultai_Sir on 5-Color decks built around a …

9 months ago

People have always strived for something bigger. Something bigger. Some Johnnies of the world never wanted their Arcum Dagsson to be just one color, the resident Timmies always thirsted for an Omnath, Locus of Rage that wasn't confined to just Gruul. Or at least, I did. This strategy of having a bunch of tutors used to be very shaky, because half your deck would be recursion, tutors, and reanimation to keep your pseudo-general alive. Luckily, with the printing of Sisay, Weatherlight Captain, you have a legendary tutor in the command zone, and now, you only have to dedicate about 5 slots to finding your commander. The rest is up to you!

Personally, the commander I've wanted to try this on has been the face of Grixis Herself, Marchesa, the Black Rose (sorry, Lord of Tresserhorn). You get a ridiculous amount by adding Selesnya. You get enter the battlefield and death triggers like no other: Guardian Project, Stonehorn Dignitary, and my personal favorite, Gutter Grime. You get amazing ramp, like Sakura-Tribe Elder and Viridian Emissary, and the best sac outlet in the game, Fanatical Devotion.

But there's one thing I haven't talked about: Rhythm of the Wild and friends (Grumgully, the Generous, Renata, Called to the Hunt, Good-Fortune Unicorn, etc) . These cards are broken, leading to pseudo-infinites, locking your opponents out of their combat steps forever, invincible boardstates, hundreds of tokens per turn cycle, etc. So, what do you think? Do you have any commanders that could use this treatment? Any suggestions for cards for this deck? Well, thanks for sitting through this ramble, and as always, Happy Tapping!

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