Sporecrown Thallid

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Custom Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Arena Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Brawl Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Dominaria (DOM) Uncommon

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Sporecrown Thallid

Creature — Fungus

Each other creature you control that's a Fungus or Saproling gets +1/+1.

Sporecrown Thallid Discussion

BetayedGoblin on Overwhelming Nature

1 month ago

Hi Johnny

I guess this is a deck you build from cards you had lying around in your binder. Or just a fun casual deck. I do have some tips for you for this deck.

  • I can see you have quite a few cards that you have 1 of and not a playset which is fine just less effeicent but i cant force you to buy a playset of Primeval Bounty (i guess that is your wincon alongside Fungal Sprouting .)

  • More ramp is key for big bois green. The more lands you have the more big bois you can play out. I would personally recommend Nature's Lore or Skyshroud Claim if you wanna go for the "search" tactic or just go for mana dorks some like Llanowar Elves or Elvish Mystic they are really good for ramping and in late game chump blocking.

  • Saproling synergy if thats your ULTIMATE GAME PLAN. Cards like Sporecrown Thallid is really good.

lagotripha on

4 months ago

Using utopia mycorn to power out Tendershoot Dryad feels like a fairly solid idea- but I'd feel more comfortable running this with other 5 drops in that slot, and other tools to power it out. Doubling season is similarly amazing, but due to it being traditionally used to insta-ult plainswalkers, you need to build around it so that it doesn't get outraced/disrupted. I don't feel that the rest of the deck supports that as a plan, and would set it aside for a different list.

I'd look at Mycoloth as additional copies of tendershoot- its a little more vulnerable to disruption, but is strong if it survives your opponents turn. With enough duress variants it should be able to provide value.

Green (x) ramp traditionally runs Arbor Elf / Utopia Sprawl for a very fast start, but B/G usually runs low to the ground creatures- figuring out a balance between creatures to get you to your five drops and spells to protect them will be the battle here.

In terms of saproling tribal cards to glance over, Fungal Plots , Life and Limb , Saproling Migration , Korozda Guildmage Scatter the Seeds , Sporecrown Thallid and combo-favourite Sprout Swarm all exist.

If you want a more drain-oriented strategy, Zulaport Cutthroat and Blood Artist can provide additional copies of slimefoot without having to tutor for him.

If you are looking at budget and where to spend money in a deck- focus on the manabase. Horizon lands look really strong, fetches always do well, and when you want to play something else they can usually be swapped right across.

abby315 on Saproling OVERRUN!!!

5 months ago

Anointed Procession and Tendershoot Dryad are perfect for the tokens, and you don't have our great Saproling lord, Sporecrown Thallid ! For shame!

(I'd take out Spellbook , Skyshroud Elf and Stone-Seeder Hierophant .)

Murphy77 on Gruesome Saprolings

6 months ago

I have been looking for a fun deck to play every now and again as an alternative to my current main deck. I used your deck as a basis for Soppy Sappy which looks like it could be great fun to play.

The focus is still on swarming with Saprolings, but Sporecrown Thallid gives them all +1/+1s and after attacking with a 1/1 token, I can swing in with Bladebrand or Status / Statue to give it deathtouch. Any suggestions?

multimedia on Slimefoot, the Stowaway

9 months ago

Hey, consider adding sac outlets? Creatures or other cards that have an ability to sacrifice a Sap:

The nice thing about these cards are they are all repeatable sac and most have no mana cost activations to sac a Sap. Ashnods is not a budget card, but I'm suggesting it because it's very good with Slimefoot since you make colorless mana when you sac a creature. Skullclamp is amazing draw with 1/1 Sap tokens or sac outlets.

Budget lands to consider:

Other Sap themed cards to consider adding:

Cards that give you a repeatable source of Saps for no or little mana cost are very good: Satchel/Tendershoot/Mycoloth/Necrogenesis

Other cards that have good interaction with Saps to consider:

Other good support cards:

Intent is not a budget card, but I'm suggesting it because it has a very powerful effect when you sac a Sap.

I offer more help. If you like some of these suggestions I can help you to make cuts.

Good luck with your deck.


Smallish on G/B-WIP

10 months ago

Also Sporecrown Thallid,Tendershoot Dryad,Slimefoot, the Stowaway,Thallid,Verdant Force,and Saproling Migration. (If I were you I would make this be a saproling sacrafice deck)

L0TTO on Dominaria Saprolings

11 months ago

Actually SovietPuma I find that Fungal Plots is incredible (albeit requiring a little bit of setting up). Once you have Slimefoot, the Stowaway out, you can use the Saproling tokens to block opponents' attacks; once the attacks are blocked, but before combat damage, activate the draw effect of Plots. You take no damage from 2 attacks, draw a card, and (because of Slimefoot) gain 4 life and deal 2 damage- and if you have stuff in the graveyard, you can rinse and repeat.

I will also say, for the record, Gruesome Menagerie is pretty fun in this deck. Empty field? Llanowar Elves, Sporecrown Thallid, and Slimefoot, the Stowaway in the graveyard? Bam, full field.

HandlockTM on

1 year ago

Hey Nometahere,

Where've you played this deck list? I'd like to know how it performed, if you wouldn't mind.

As to your points: Llanowar Elves serve well in dropping a turn two beater like Yavimaya Sapherd or Deathbloom Thallid, or even a turn three Torgaar, Famine Incarnate if we get lucky. I'm not sure I would want to cut them, but I'll definitely keep it in mind as I continue with this deck.

Carnage Tyrant is pretty far out of my price range, as is Assassin's Trophy. Getting two of each would actually double the total cost of this deck, and honestly, I don't really want to drop the fungus theme. Like, yeah, big dino is big, but it just isn't what I want here, you know?

Finally, Gruesome Menagerie seems like a pretty cool card, I'm just uncertain that I have appropriate targets for it. The absolute best-case christmas land of casting it would be turn five, bring back Llanowar Elves, Sporecrown Thallid, and either Slimefoot, the Stowaway, Deathbloom Thallid, or Yavimaya Sapherd, and I think I would almost always prefer to drop a Tendershoot Dryad instead of bringing those back. Especially post-boardclear, since I would definitely be losing all of the saproling tokens I had on board, and building them back up would be imperative.

Thanks!

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Sporecrown Thallid occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.01%

Golgari: 0.1%