Ulvenwald Tracker

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

Ulvenwald Tracker

Creature — Human Shaman

, : Target creature you control fights another target creature.

Stiggen on The Hidden Life of Trees [Primer]

4 days ago

Love this list! Was wondering if you’ve tried out or considered a few things:

  1. -Ulvenwald Tracker
  2. -Carpet of Flowers
  3. -Mirri's Guile / Sensei's Divining Top / Scroll Rack
  4. -Viridian Revel
  5. -Burgeoning / Exploration

Looking over your list, you’ve definitely inspired me to make a mono green deck and these were some things that came to mind. Also that new Haywire Mite!

KBK7101 on Stangg, Echo Warrior - Double Vision (v0.25)

2 weeks ago

This deck isn't necessarily on a restricted budget, it's just that all the auras that are relevant to Stangg's playstyle end up being really cheap because they're mostly commons and uncommons. Not that I'm complaining! lol

Ulvenwald Tracker is great but I think I'd rather stick to ETB aura based removal (like Cartouche of Strength) for this deck. They're great with Stangg because the Twin will pop in each turn (assuming you attack, which you probably will) and do the fighting for the original one.

I do like the idea of having an Overrun effect as an alternate finisher, though. Added to the maybeboard!

NV_1980 on Stangg, Echo Warrior - Double Vision (v0.25)

3 weeks ago

Looks like an interesting deck! Ulvenwald Tracker might be interesting to consider, as he can repeat the kind of removal you're into (through the 'Fight' mechanic). Granted, he's a bit of a weakling and thus prone to removal at some point, but then again, he's not that expensive to use so might be worth the gamble to include.

Also, since you're often dependent on token armies, it would be nice to include a (one-time) boost or two for them, to be used as a finisher. Since your deck seems to be on a restricted budget, I would recommend options like Strength of the Tajuru, Overrun or Overwhelming Stampede.

Have fun with this brew and completing the primer!

carpecanum on Tree Wizard from Alabama

4 months ago

Ulvenwald Tracker, Cartouche of Strength

If you put in a pinging Equipment you can murder enemy "1/1 creatures" without Fighting.

Niko9 on Spared No Expense!!!

6 months ago

Nice dino deck! Honestly, part of me kind of hopes that they don't print newer and better dinosaurs in the future just because of how cool the ones we've got are. Ranging Raptors and Ripjaw Raptor are so good, and I really like your addition of Reckless Rage That's one I always wanted to try and it just never quite made the list, but I bet it can be nuts good.

One that I play in dinos is Ulvenwald Tracker to get another one drop and to have reusable fight effects. I know that it can be hard to find room for non dinos in there, but it's a very good one if you can find space for it.

But yep, I have a sans-red version if you ever want to check it out Dino Stomps To Value and it uses Tamiyo, Field Researcher to great effect and also Enter the Unknown which is one of my favorite ramp/scryish/pump cards. And Archangel Avacyn  Flip as both a flash indestructable to go with enrage, but also when she flips and hits all creatures for enrage effects. Plus a big flash flier is just good : )

But it's just different. Your deck is definitely more synergistic in dinos, and I really like seeing the different takes on my all time favorite magic creatures. They are surprisingly versatile for big bitey lizards : ) Awesome list!

Niko9 on Please Help: Elves vs Vampires

11 months ago

What about something like Walking Ballista? I feel like you will always have a ton of mana in this deck and if you remove one assassin, you probably can outpace the next one trying to level up.

Also, Pendelhaven can help a lot as a strictly better land that can put your elves out of range of assassin. It would be great with fight things like prey upon, which was suggested too. Pendy is only legal in older formats, but if that's not an issue, it's an awesome land. And if you go fights, there is always Ulvenwald Tracker who will also give you creature triggers for Beast Whisperer

enpc on

11 months ago

have you considered cards like Ulvenwald Tracker? lets you turn key lands your opponents have into creatures and than fight them with your commander. Also good creature removal in general.

DreadKhan on Because Jared said so, and what Jared says, goes.

1 year ago

I suspect you'd benefit from a few more White mana sources, or things that can find them. Blighted Woodland and Myriad Landscape are readily cast ramp that can find plains for you. Krosan Verge is on colour here, and is probably worth running as well, as it can find non-basic lands for you, like the Kaldheim Snow Duals. There are also ramp spells that can find those Snow Duals, so it's not just about the pricier Fetch Lands. The relevant Snow Duals are Arctic Treeline Alpine Meadow and Highland Forest. Farseek can find Meadow at least, and things like Nature's Lore, Three Visits, Skyshroud Claim can find any that are Forests. These have no other upside, but getting access to White mana off of Three Visits is going to help. Most people just find Shock Lands with Farseek, but Snow Duals are very solid options to have.

The other thing that jumped out is the low amount artifact/enchantment hate. Cards like this are really useful in Commander, there is almost always a target, even if you draw a few of them. Viashino Heretic is good artifact hate on a stick, Devout Witness can hate on either, but is worse at it's job. You can also run Green options, which often sac the creature like Thrashing Brontodon or work as a Comes Into Play effect like Reclamation Sage. Since you have big creatures and love to have Jared get hit, Ulvenwald Tracker can arrange for Jared to get swatted by the biggest thing on the board every turn, either killing it and growing or just growing.

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