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This enters the battlefield tapped unless you control a Mountain or a Forest.
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2 weeks ago
Hellkite Charger could replace Skanos Dragonheart? Both these Dragons want to attack to trigger abilities, but Skanos needs other Dragons to make it good, Charger doesn't. Skanos can't pump itself and doesn't have evasion, Charger can be part of a combo Skanos can't. Thrakkus the Butcher is a better five drop Dragon with trample who pumps itself as well as all other Dragons you control.
There's another combo you could add that creates infinite Dragons with Astral Dragon and the enabler Cursed Mirror provides a wincon, haste to attack. Could of course have other wincons: Scourge of Valkas, Dragon Tempest or Warstorm Surge. Mirror is a good card, you wouldn't just be adding it for the combo, it's a mana rock that if it becomes a Dragon when it enters then Miirym can copy it.
When you control Cursed Mirror that's not a creature have Astral Dragon enter and copy Mirror. The Mirror tokens then enter as Astral and copy original Mirror that's not a creature and repeat. This creates a loop of Astral and Mirror making copies of each other, each copy of Mirror is a 4/4 Astral Dragon with haste. To break the loop stop copying Mirror with Astral, copy something else.
Sarkhan Unbroken would be another fine upgrade, but not when on a budget. $25 for a nonDragon creature card when on a budget seems not a good use of funds. For $25 you could improve the manabase with many land upgrades Reflecting Pool, more Pain lands (Yavimaya Coast, Shivan Reef), some Bond lands (Spire Garden), some Filter lands (Flooded Grove) or some Check lands (Sulfur Falls, Rootbound Crag). In my opinion when on a budget allocating some of the budget for good lands is more important than adding flashy cards such as Sarkhan.
Kiora, Behemoth Beckoner is less powerful than Sarkhan, but it's also less than $2. Kiora can still do much work as another Temur Ascendancy draw effect as well as give you 7 turns of ramp that can untap any permanent including Sol Ring or an Orb.
Shamanic Revelation could be a cut for some lower mana cost draw since you're more likely to have a higher power Dragon then that same number of Dragon creatures. That's what makes Return of the Wildspeaker and Rishkar's Expertise good draw with Dragons is they have high power. Revelation is better when playing little tribal creatures such as Elves which tend to have quantity of creatures rather than single creature with high power.
1 month ago
Rebullet I get what you're saying. My thinking on Dragonskull Summit and Rootbound Crag is that Overgrown Tomb, Stomping Ground, or Ziatora's Proving Ground are all a combination of forest, swamp, and/or mountain. So lands like Dragonskull Summit and Rootbound Crag will entered untapped. And Ziatora's Proving Ground gives cycling if drawn later in the game
1 month ago
your land base is looking much better. some things to think about tho, your deck wants to play fast and getting lands out and also out of the way is necessary, so you dont want any lands that can enter tapped. playing fetch land like Verdant Catacombs or Wooded Foothills has 2 very powerful effects. first you search for whatever color your hand needs at the time. second, you take a land out of your deck reducing the chances that you will draw another down the line. this helps you draw into cards that will give your deck board presence rather than flooding you. here is how i would break down a good land structure for this deck. 4 Wooded Foothills, 2 Verdant Catacombs, 4 Stomping grounds, 4 Overgrown Tomb, 2 bloodcrypt, 2 Rootbound Crag, 3 Forest, 1 Mountain, and 1 Swamp. the reason for including basic lands is because most decks run some kind of land destruction that usually replace with basics. examples being Ghost Quarter and Field of Ruin.
2 months ago
Ahh thanks a bunch, Gidgetimer! I'm only using 4x green cards with the rest being a balanced jeskai. But the only problem is that I don't like to sacrifice life for an effect. Life is our currency in this game, and I am purposely avoiding black for that very reason. I guess I could swap out Mystic Monastery and a 2x Mountain and some of the other dual lands. Perhaps for some dual lands like Hinterland Harbor and Rootbound Crag?? Maybe 6 of those? Considering I'm running quite a few check lands and some triomes, I think that if I go over 60 cards in my deck, I'll just run extra lands regardless. Can't hurt to lower chances of drawing other cards if I'm running extra land. mAlthough, I have to say, I'm running budget. So shock lands and check lands etc. are ot of my grasp. I'll have to settle for running cards I already own of Chromatic Lantern. Can't hurt to run this, and it works well for my manabase of WUR+G colors whenever it is added.
5 months ago
Anyways with that whole kickstarter thing going on I noticed that the professor hasn't made a video so in case anyone was wondering
Some regular guys non-foil/foil
Void Winnower - 16.07/20.46
Vengevine - 10.71/12.95
Collector Ouphe - 5.63/33.07
Goblin Settler - 48.71/N/a
Non foil: 81.12 Foil: 115.19
Foil: B / non-foil: C+
There's a good bit of value with this secret lair. Goblin settlers getting its' first foil printing is definitely noteworthy. Also, if you're into the Adventure Time art style you'll like be picking this up anyways.
Showcase: Streets of New Capenna
Atraxa, Praetors' Voice - 30.77/35.53
Breya, Etherium Shaper - 7.98/9.84
Yidris, Maelstrom Wielder - N/A/8.84
Non-foil: 47.59 foil: 54.21
Non-foil - D foil: C-
This grade pains me because I REALLY think the art on these is beautiful and they'll likely include a Kynaios and Tiro of Meletis in the same style as a bonus card but putting personal preferance and speculation aside the value just is not here.
Special Guest: Matt Jukes Foil Edition
Glacial Fortress - 3.71/11.25
Drowned Catacomb - 7.28/17.46
Dragonskull Summit - 3.79/6.96
Rootbound Crag - 3.81/6.55
Sunpetal Grove - 3.89/5.96
Non-foil: 22.48 foil: 48.18
Non-foil - F foil - D-
The value in these really speaks for itself.
Artist Series: Magali Villeneuve
Mother of Runes - 4.91/Varies
Death's Shadow - 6.12/10.19
Elvish Mystic - .45/9.97
Forest - N/A
Non-foil - 11.48 Foil: N/A
Non-foil - F Foil - D-
The biggest thing out of this lair is the foil Mother of Runes the prices fluctuates so much with the older foils it's hard to set an exact price to obtain a foil one; if we look at the previous secret lairs those versions of Mother of Runes are sitting at about 6-10 a piece.
Artist Series: Sidharth Chaturvedi
Concordant Crossroads - 46.87/N/A
Nomad Outpost - 1.06/5.74
Ghost Quarter - 1.12/16.90
Island - N/A
Non-foil: 49.05 foil: 69.51
Non-foil: D- foil: C
Essentially this lair is being carried by the fact that Concordant Crossroads only has 1 printing and has never had a foil printing. If you need one or would like to get a foil one knows your chance but outside of that its just some bulky cards with nice art.
Artist Series: Wayne Reynolds
Sram, Senior Edificer - .25/6.09
Torbran, Thane of Red Fell - .95/1.89
Depala, Pilot Exemplar - .23/1.65
Balthor the Defiled - 10.95/59.61
Non-foil: 12.38 Foil: 69.24
Non-foil - F Foil - C
This lair is also being carried by 1 card that has only 1 printing the rest is bulk.
Finally! Left-Handed Magic Cards
Sisay, Weatherlight Captain - .98/6.02
Empress Galina - 18.31/206.82
Geralf's Messenger - 9.89/34.48
Rograkh, Son of Rohgahh - .26/.41
Garruk, Caller of Beasts - 8.20/23.41
Non-foil: 37.64 foil; 271.14
Non-foil - C Foil: A
While Empress Galina is definitely the chase card out of this; it still has value in the other slots too outside of Roger - but even Roger is still highly playable.
Anyways, after doing all the math and putting this all together I appreciate the professor doing this and compiling it a video format. Also, which secret lairs if any are you planning to get?
10 months ago
Creature density seems a little low(?) given how you have almost as many cards supporting the creatures as the creatures themselves.
Gruul Charm seems very situational and more of a sideboard card.
Some other fun werewolves: Huntmaster of the Fells Flip (classic 4-drop threat, even outside werewolf tribal, maybe 2 of?), Werewolf Pack Leader (card advantage engine, definitely recommmend 2-4), Reckless Stormseeker Flip (gives your guys haste and buffs them and stuff).
10 months ago
Hey! Thank you so much for the extensive feedback! You make a lot of good points!
However, I think you underestimate the power Splinter brings. Being able to remove all win cons from a combo deck or removing all basic lands of one type is what really makes ppl hate it. But I have been considering bringing the count down to 3.
I am surprised about you also not liking Smash to Smithereens; I see your point with always having a destruction card, but ultimately, the end goal is to kill the opponent, not just control them. So killing a permanent and pinging them 3 seems like a win-win imho. Or?
Ancient Stirrings is definitely something I must try to insert here. I have played against it; how have I not realized how good it would be here?..
And Barrier Breach I have already considered for side board. :) Gotta deal with those pesky God-creatures.
Anyway, thanks a lot for all the feedback! Have a lot to think about now.
11 months ago
The card that combos with Spellbinder is Savage Beating for extra attacks which is now a $30 card. Without having Beating then Spellbinder is not worth playing because there's only 5 instants here out of 94 other cards.
When you control five or more lands then Bear Umbra enchanted to a creature who can keep attacking can pair with Aggravated Assault for extra attacks. Attacking with five or more creatures makes Druids' Repository combo with Assault. Savage Ventmaw who can keep attacking combos with Assault and also makes infinite green/red mana. Umbra could replace Spellbinder, Repository could replace Mantle of the Wolf and Ventmaw could replace the other copy Huntmaster.
Consider more one, two, three drop Werewolves to replace the vanilla four and five drop Werewolves?
- Scorned Villager Flip
- Realmwalker: changeling, it's a Werewolf and a Wolf.
- Kruin Outlaw Flip
- Geier Reach Bandit Flip
- Daybreak Ranger Flip
- Breakneck Rider Flip
- Village Messenger Flip
- Hermit of the Natterknolls Flip
- Reckless Waif Flip
- Lambholt Elder Flip
- Wolfbitten Captive Flip
Some of these could replace:
- Tormented Pariah Flip
- Tavern Ruffian Flip
- Tireless Hauler Flip
- Burly Breaker Flip
- Villagers of Estwald Flip
- Harvesttide Infiltrator Flip
- Bird Admirer Flip
- Spellrune Painter Flip
- Fangblade Brigand Flip
A couple of reasons for these changes is to get three or more Werewolves onto the battlefield to transform Tovolar quicker and have more Werewolves that can give you value rather than just only being Werewolves.
Some lands to consider adding, replacing of some basic lands.
- Karplusan Forest
- Unclaimed Territory
- Cinder Glade
- Rockfall Vale
- Rootbound Crag
- Fire-Lit Thicket
- Game Trail
- Naya Panorama
- Jund Panorama
Good luck with your deck.