Tangleclaw Werewolf

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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
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Tangleclaw Werewolf

Creature — Werewolf Horror

Tangleclaw Werewolf can block an additional creature each combat.

: Transform Tangleclaw Werewolf.

TypicalTimmy on Card creation challenge

1 year ago

Rot Away

Instant

Destroy target creature or enchantment.

Liliana's dark energy flowed into the spell binding the facility shut, slowly unweaving it's magical strands until it rotted and decayed like flesh.


MTG has four styles of Werewolves. You have the originals, such as Greater Werewolf and Lesser Werewolf. You have those who transformed based upon spells cast, such as Ulrich of the Krallenhorde  Flip and Geier Reach Bandit  Flip. You also have the Eldrazi ones who transform for a cost, and remain that side indefinitely, such as Tangleclaw Werewolf  Flip and Shrill Howler  Flip. Finally, you have the new Daybound / Nightbound style from Crimson Moon, such as Fearful Villager  Flip and Shady Traveler  Flip.

Your challenge is to make a Jund Arlinn Kord  Flip who supports these various types of transformations. She must support all three.

Given she has two sides to work with, it shouldn't be too difficult to accomplish.

Epicurus on Card creation challenge

3 years ago

A15Life there are a lot of werewolf creatures with transform. In fact, the transform mechanic was created around werewolves. There's a shit-ton of werewolves with the transform mechanic:

And all of this is without mentioning all of the non-werewolf HUMAN creatures with the transform mechanic, and the card I created makes all humans werewolves too. So yeah, there's a bit of use for Autumn Moon's ability to make a werewolf transform.

Sorry. Continue.

Massacar on Mtg and Bloodborne

4 years ago

If I may suggest a change, I would put Ulrich of the Krallenhorde  Flip as more of a Father Gascoigne character, and instead you could put Tormented Pariah  Flip as the Afflicted Beggar.

Other possiblities: Tangleclaw Werewolf  Flip or Conduit of Storms  Flip as the Cleric beast (due to flip card aesthetics).

PrismMTG on Werewolf Aggro

4 years ago

Coolio. Sooo, where to start. Just based on how the deck has lots of singles, Im guessing that you own most/all of these cards. Thats fine, it just won't be as smooth as a deck you made then ordered. I would drop Vivien's Invocation . Its really pricy, mana wise, and none of your creatures have a high enough power for the second ability to really come into play. Now your deck is down to 60 cards. Good, keep it there. Due to Immerwolf , Shrill Howler  Flip, Smoldering Werewolf  Flip, Tangleclaw Werewolf  Flip, Ulvenwald Captive  Flip, and Vildin-Pack Outcast  Flip cannot transform. You can figure out how to deal with that, if that is a problem you come across. Mayor of Avabruck  Flip is a important card in most Werwolf decks. Howlpack Resurgence is an incredibly important card, so important that i have never seen a werewolf deck that didnt run it. Its somewhat pricy, but Collected Company is a powerful card, especially in a creature based deck like this.

WillowtheCouncil on Advertise your MODERN deck!

5 years ago

GORG291 so I took a look at Ten Buck Brewski: Bloodborne and I have to say it just doesn't have enough manasources in it. You have only 17 basic lands, which is 3 under the amount that aggro uses. Your deck plays a lot of expensive (mana-wise) cards, and then uses more mana to transform them. I would suggest using more basic lands, and more ramp cards like Llanowar Elves/Elvish Mystic type cards. I think Naturalize might be better in a sideboard. I think Tangleclaw Werewolf  Flip is really just too much mana for such a small effect, and I would consider replacing it with more ramp cards, or cards that can reduce costs (like Rhonas's Monument).

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TheACTR on They'll Catch You On the Flip Side

6 years ago

I would agree that Shrill Howler  Flip and Ulrich's Kindred Make good candidates for the axe. I refuse to play the howler as I feel it was a missed opportunity to be a good wolf/werewolf support card and instead they made it eldrazi support. The latter, as you have already noticed is a pretty heavy mana sink for a limited ability in terms of use. I love Conduit of Storms but I can see how his usefulness varies. My concern now would be that you are removing 3 creatures and I am suggesting you add 2 so you are losing bodies. For a Gruul deck based on tribal interactions losing creatures hurts.

After taking another look at my own deck I can make a couple more suggestions for creatures you could replace those three with:Adaptive AutomatonTaurean MaulerChameleon ColossusTangleclaw Werewolf  FlipVildin-Pack Outcast  FlipWolfir SilverheartThese are all really powerful or offer good utility and are almost always better to draw than Howler, Kindred, Storyteller or Conduit.

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