Thrummingbird

Thrummingbird

Creature — Bird Horror

Flying

Whenever Thrummingbird deals combat damage to a player, proliferate. (You choose any number of permanents and/or players with counters on them, then give each another counter of a kind already there.)

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Thrummingbird Discussion

ClockworkSwordfish on Balaam__

3 weeks ago

This is an interesting way to go about it, ha ha.

I think you're just overestimating the importance of Elusive Krasis in this case. He's really just meant to be another creature with evasion. The play is (theoretically) turn-three Krasis, turn four Shaman (who makes the Krasis evolve), attack with both and then give them both another +1/+1 counter. The fact the Krasis evolves and everything isn't really too important - I was just tickled by the fact that he's the same colours as the Shaman's activated ability. The one nice thing is that he's an unblockable creature that also accrues his own +1/+1 counters, so he still works with, say, Thrummingbird if you don't have the Shaman yet. That said, it would probably be more effective to sub him out for another unblockable creature that's three or less mana, such as the Storm Fleet Sprinter in the sideboard.

wallisface on Mono-Green counters

1 month ago

The deck looks fine. There are a bunch of cards that feel too slow to run personally (most notably Gyre Sage, Swarm Shambler, Tireless Tracker, Voracious Hydra). There’re also a bunch of cards i’d be expecting a deck like this to have which appear to be missing (Pelt Collector, Rishkar, Peema Renegade, Cloudfin Raptor, Thrummingbird). So the list overall feels ok, but not as fine-tuned as it could be, imo.

As far as bad matchups, that’s where your sideboard comes in - at the moment I would suggest this is the spot that needs the most attention if you’re getting competitive.

Some sideboard cards to consider:

Now, the quantities of the above will depend on your own local meta, as well as how badly they scare your deck. Sideboard choices should always be focused towards your local competitive playgroup. Saying that, the above mentioned suggestions are likely to come in handy.

Other things to consider as far as good-vs-bad matchups, for your sideboard choices:

  • don’t worry about control, imo. You should be aiming to be fast enough to have the advantage. Saying that, do consider the likes of Veil of Summer if it’s an issue (though i would say, if it is an issue, it’s because your mainboard isn’t tuned enough).

  • Board wipes feel like they could pose a big threat for you

  • Burn, and other hyper-aggro decks are probably going to have an advantage

zapyourtumor on Simic Proliferate Ramp

1 month ago

Thrummingbird

Maybe add some duals

moonlitmana on Proliferating Proliferaters

5 months ago

wallisface thank you for the suggestions! After playing with a friend, I definitely agree that the c5 and c6 cards were holding me back lol Pelt Collector , Thrummingbird and Avatar of the Resolute are definitely cards that I'd like to get soon so I can test them out :D

wallisface on Proliferating Proliferaters

6 months ago

Some thoughts:

  • Modern is a very fast format, and so it’s very rare to see people playing cards above 4cmc. I would suggest trying to lower your mana curve, by dropping those cmc5 & 6 cards, and playing more stuff in the 1-2 slot.

  • even with the above, 20 lands feels very low. The majority of your cards require 3 mana, and without ramp I would expect such a deck to want 22-23 lands.

Some cards i can suggest that might be of interest to you:

Mortlocke on New hubs to be added

6 months ago

Hello legendofa,

I propose a new hub to be added: Phyrexian. During Modern Horizons 2, 225 creatures were retconned into having the Phyrexian creature subtype to join Vorinclex, Monstrous Raider . Additionally, there were a smattering of Enchantments, Artifacts and etc that ether have the Phyrexian subtype or create creature tokens that do. Thanks to this retcon I now have a deck that has a Phyrexian tribal theme. For your reference, below is a full list of spells that were affected by WotC's Phyrexian errata.

Source: https://mtg.fandom.com/wiki/Phyrexian

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