Scurry Oak

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Historic Brawl Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Scurry Oak

Creature — Treefolk

Evolve (Whenever a creature enters the battlefield under your control, if that creature has greater power or toughness than this creature, put a +1/+1 counter on this creature.)

Whenever one or more +1/+1 counters are put on this, you may create a 1/1 green Squirrel creature token.

Coward_Token on Modern Horizons 3

1 month ago

Forgot about Scurry Oak which is obviously very similar, but Basking Broodscale doesn't need another card to make a token, goes infinitive with e.g. Blade of the Bloodchief and can produce infinitive colorless mana

ThatWeirdPerson on Hungry Hobbits ($100 Hobbits)

5 months ago

Hello Pawkiest! I'm so glad you had a fun time playing the deck! Tooth and Nail is supposed to be a one card win condition due to it tutoring for both Rosie Cotton of South Lane and Scurry Oak to get infinite creatures with summoning sickness, to create a powerful combo that's still balanced for people to respond. Again, I'm glad you had a good time with the deck! Honestly it could be cut if its CMC is too high for what your playing, but I'll leave it up to you! Thanks!

driesVanca on Marath rage deck

11 months ago

@albert9367 thanks for the comment! Sorry for the late reaction, I haven't played in a few years. There's a ton of creatures that just add extra counters (like Lae'zel, Vlaakith's Champion), I prefer it if they are more unique (like Kami of Whispered Hopes. I've recently added the cards below the deck, and put the some away that I wasn't excited about when I had them in hand. (still working on taking more of these out, but I need to play more)

It's now even more synergistic between tokens, +1/+1 and rage effects. And stuff like Fiendlash fits in with my other 'weird' cards to keep things unpredictible and fun for everyone rather than combo off with +1/+1 or tokens every game.

thesilentpyro on Casual CoCo Food Aggro/Combo

11 months ago

To consider:

Tough Cookie from Wilds of Eldraine fulfills the 3x food requirement for both Sam and Pippin, and works well next to Feasting Hobbit to support the beatdown side-plan. Noncreature artifact doesn't have to be food, so I could run artifact lands if I really wanted to get cute, but basics are probably still better. It also lets Witch's Oven and Altar of Dementia sacrifice themselves in response to removal, which is non-zero value.

Maybe dropping the Deadly Dispute and Trail of Crumbs for 4x Collected Company? It broadcasts itself in a deck that otherwise runs at sorcery speed, but the power level is undeniable. Would probably want a creature-based sac outlet that can be found by Company to get the Sam combo, since you're losing the ability to find Altar of Dementia with Trail of Crumbs (and/or a creature to feed self-mill for Sam, maybe Sarinth Steelseeker?). Another copy of Grist could find its way in as well, fetchable removal is quite good. With Company costing four the deck might want to run another couple of lands, too (same with Cookie being mana-hungry).

Another option is Invasion of Ikoria  Flip, which is guaranteed to find a combo piece (swapping in Viscera Seer as the sac outlet), is sometimes cheaper than Company, allows throwing in a silver bullet like Vampire Hexmage and a Dryad Arbor for ramp if you need it, and doesn't restrict deckbuilding otherwise like Company does so I could keep my other non-creatures around. A single Scurry Oak could find its way in for the combo with Rosie, but I don't like it as much. Not sure I want to play a tutor at all, though, since it's a casual deck. Plus it's monetarily costly compared to the rest of the non-lands in the deck. It does have the ability to get things from the graveyard, which is nice if I'm playing some self-mill to feed Sam already. Which I don't need to do (especially since I'd be swapping out Altar for Seer), but I want to because I like value. If Sam could get it out of the grave it'd be bonkers, but I think I'm pretty thankful he can't.

Hopefully Wilds gives me even more ways to play with my food!

kouzios on Token Time

1 year ago

Going to list a bunch of cards you probably don't want in your deck for fun

Shalai, Voice of Plenty, decent protection and mana sink

Gwenna, Eyes of Gaea, you only have like 3-4 hits for the untap so meh

Akroma's Will killer card, and it's instant speed

The Weatherseed Treaty is... cute? one less land than kodama's reach, but it then makes a token, then it gives a creature like +2/+2... Ok not amazing, but it does give trample too?

Congregation at Dawn cute tutor

Angel of Grace is a lot of mana to hold up when your opponent will likely just combo for an alt win con but it's also based

Rosie Cotton of South Lane doesn't do a ton for you but it's cute. And it combos with Herd Baloth or Scurry Oak if you're into that.

Farmer Cotton not flash unfortunately, but it is an X token creator and it makes food too which is cute?

The Battle of Bywater is also cute, although you don't care about food, and your alternatives give you other benefit like having a side castable in the graveyard

Broodhatch Nantuko cute blocker, otherwise trash. Same with similar card Druid's Call

Mosswort Bridge feels decent when you know for sure your commander has that 10 power condition satisfied.

Traverse the Outlands based card, can be sad when your big creature is removed in response, but it's based so...

Strionic Resonator is honestly decent, you have a decent number of triggered abilities. I guess Lithoform Engine is also valid there

Kesslerspatz on Shalai, Full Auto - Primer

1 year ago

to your point: "Scurry Oak + Cathars' Crusade ... Playing Scurry Oak with Crusade in play will trigger Crusade to put a counter on Scurry, generating a token creature. Infinity ensues for as many token creatures you want that keep growing and growing in power. Bonus, if you have Shalai in play, you also get all the damage your opponents can eat! Alternatively, if you have Elemental Bond in play, you can essentially draw your entire deck once you have 3+ creatures out (don't kill yourself, be reasonable, lol). NOTE: If, in reality, you do have Elemental Bond out, please realize that you are not technically going infinite ... you can stop this anytime you want because Scurry Oak says "You MAY create a 1/1 ...", so all you have to do is decide not to make a token creature to end the loop and not deck yourself."

how is it supposed to work that you draw cards with Elemental Bond, the tokens all come into play as 1/1

Poly_raptor on Shalai, Full Auto - Primer

1 year ago

This a really interesting deck with a really well written and understandable primer. Nice job.

Im not sure what really to recommend.

Pentavus could be a good redundancy option as it can go infinite with Cathars' Crusade if you can tap the new creatures for mana, also maybe something like Impact Tremors to combine with your infinite Scurry Oak

My last idea would be Devoted Druid as this could add infinite mana to some of your infinite token combos, you could tap it response to a token entering to float mana, then put a negative counter on it to untap it before the Cathars' Crusade trigger resolves, then hey presto, the new +1 counter will remove the -1 counter used to untap it? I think that would work anyway.

Hope these suggestions are somewhat useful:)

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