Exile target creature. That creature's controller reveals cards from the top of their library until they reveal a creature card. That player puts that card onto the battlefield, then shuffles the rest into their library.
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|Core Set 2021 (M21)||Rare|
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19 hours ago
Polymorph has been around for a long long time. Circa 1996 I believe, and it wasn't used to destroy an opponents creature but rather your own.
The ability has eventually has evolved into what now is on cards like Lukka, Coppercoat Outcast and what I and some others call the red Polymorph Transmogrify. The style of play is still the same. Play a singleton of a game ending creature, play tokens, and Polymorph it. They just shifted the colors on it from blue to red.
1 week ago
Minousmancer the suggestions I gave earlier are standard rotation survivable, but here are some other suggestions.
Castle Ardenvale for making tokens. A little slow, but doesn't take up a spell slot.
Improbable Alliance is an ok card. If you have lots of card draw, you get lots of tokens.
The Birth of Meletis is too good to pass up.
Stolen by the Fae is an option.
Basri Ket is one to think about.
mjgilbert26 The token producers you recommended are ok, but are a bit too high mana. You want to be able to cast Transmogrify on turn four. Also, creatures that create tokens are unusable, as the only creature in the deck should be Terror of the Peaks so you have a 100% chance of hitting it.
1 week ago
I don't think you have nearly enough token targets for all of your Polymorph spells. It's a bit hard to count but I think you have about 9, and most of those are lands (which you might need)?
There's a lot of efficient token generation effects in your colors:
Dragon Fodder / Krenko's Command
Lazotep Plating is also a fantastic card that happens to create a token.
Sandwurm Convergence is a great enchantment hit that would also allow you to keep the Polymorph train running.
Also, Polymorphing into a cascade creature does not get you the cascade trigger. I know they might be in there as pseudo-Polymorph effects, but there are so many legit Polymorph effects that I don't think the ones you have are worth it. Maelstrom Wanderer is a possible exception because it has a decent ability if you hit it with Polymorph.
Finally, you might want a few other Mutate creatures because they can retrigger Illuna. I'd only consider big creatures that you don't mind hitting on Polymorph, so:
2 weeks ago
Nice job on this. I have my own Transmogrify-centered deck, and you’ve given me some ideas to make mine better. +1
1 month ago
1 month ago
You could cut if you replaced Polymorph with Transmogrify
EDIT: aah, it exiles, never mind
1 month ago
Haven't the standard bannings been the best thing to happen this year?
Jokes aside, with Teferi, Time Raveler gone, you don't have to worry about casting Transmogrifying into a Terror of the Peaks just to have it bounced by Teferi, Time Raveler. In historic, people are doing a similar thing, just with Craterhoof Behemoth. The only problem with this deck is that when Reptilian Reflection and Riddleform become creatures, it doesn't count as them entering the battlefield. (They turn into creatures, not leave the battlefield and re-enter.) I would put in some Castle Ardenvales for token production, and take out Reptilian Reflection and Riddleform for 3x Satyr's Cunning and 3x Angelic Ascension.
+1 from me.