Verdant Force

Verdant Force

Creature — Elemental

At the beginning of each upkeep, put a 1/1 green Saproling creature token onto the battlefield.

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

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Verdant Force Discussion

TemZki on Modern Braids

1 week ago

You should try Bitterblossom instead of Verdant Force ! :)

Coward_Token on Strixhaven spoiler season

2 months ago

Beledros Witherbloom: Oof, as usual , pretty expensive in EDH. At least it's cheaper than Verdant Force , and untapping all of your lands without spending mana is obviously going to be explosive; probably not super hard to combo this for infinitive mana

the_solitaire on Pre-Modern Green Stompy

3 months ago

Pre-modern is a format that certainly has a lot of appeal to me. I am myself in the process of constructing a pair of pre-modern decks, and revived my old Fires deck of back in 2001.

I also built a pair of decks for Urza Block Constructed, and there are a lot of nice cards in that block to use in a mono-green pre-modern deck too.

Cards you might consider, if those are not in your deck already, are Exploration and Saproling Burst . Blastoderm is another power meanie at 5/5. And even though the Albino Trolls are no big hitters, they are available turn 2 at 3/3 with Regenerate.

Something else that should not be overseen lightly, Treetop Village is a 3/3 creature, as well as a land. With Giant Growth it hits or blocks for 6.

With all that hitting power, there hardly is the need for Verdant Force or Skyshroud Behemoth to be very honest.

tbone2072 on

6 months ago

Alright, I looked over your deck, and hear are some suggestions that I would make

  1. I would be wary of cards like Sprout Swarm and Shamanic Revelation that care about how many creatures you have because your deck is focused on sacrificing creatures.

  2. I'm curious as to why you have Vance's Blasting Cannons  Flip in the deck because I don't see a way to easily flip it.

  3. I would replace Verdant Force with Tendershoot Dryad as the dryad is cheaper and can also buff all your saprolings if you have the city's blessing.

  4. I think your deck needs more land. 28 lands seems really low, even with all the ramp that you have.

  5. Adding more nonbasic lands like Savage Lands and Rugged Highlands to help with color fixing would greatly benefit your deck.

  6. I would recommend removing Saproling Cluster because paying 1 mana and discarding a card to get a 1/1 is a very bad deal.

  7. You might want to consider adding more removal. I would recommend Malicious Affliction as you can easily trigger morbid with your commander, Putrefy, and Dreadbore.

  8. I would also put in some boardwipes like Blasphemous Act because even though you plan to have a lot of creatures on your board sometimes an opponent will have an even bigger board and having a boardwipe to deal with them is important.

I hoped this helped your deckbuilding and if you have any other questions feel free to ask!

Zakath on This deck is a deck 1

7 months ago

A couple others maybe: Hagra Mauling  Flip in place of a swamp.
Spawning Pool in place of a swamp. The tapped land part sucks but nice to have a disposable blocker in a pinch.
Tangled Florahedron  Flip - maybe? Not really sure about this one.
Oran-Rief, the Vastwood in place of a forest.
Mosswort Bridge in place of a swamp. Wouldn't it be cool if you had a In Garruk's Wake or a Verdant Force under it?
Field of Ruin in place of another swamp.
Crawling Barrens in place of another swamp. This is a surprisingly good land. It can come out of nowhere in a pinch.
Labyrinth of Skophos in place of a forest or swamp. Nice to be able to remove an infect creature or big guy coming at you.
Conqueror's Galleon  Flip in place of Talisman of Resilience. The flip on the Galleon is really easy (especially with the Labyrin and can be a good source of value or recursion.

RiotRunner789 on BCC Week 2 | Slimefoot the Stowaway

8 months ago

I would recommend an aristocratic build. You may choose to go spore counter route, which I'm not a huge fan of, but the following ones pull double duty (and I am a fan of):

On-theme Sac outlets that also make saprolings:

Deathspore Thallid: Great sac outlet and potential removal piece.

Savage Thallid: Another great sac outlet and protection piece.

Vitaspore Thallid: I think giving haste is the weakest effect of the bunch, this is just another budget on-theme sac outlet.

Budget sac payoffs,

Epicure of Blood and Marauding Blight-Priest: Help to increase the payoff of slimefoot and are so cheap they are essentially free (literally, ask anyone at your LGS for these, they have them and don't want them).

Falkenrath Noble: Who doesn't love life loss?

Poison-Tip Archer: Great blocker (reach and deathtouch? No one wants to lose there dragon to this) but this one starts to impact the budget.

Syr Konrad, the Grim: He just does soo much.

Vindictive Vampire: This guy should say life loss.... I mean, it's black and not red.

Zulaport Cutthroat: Classic but approaches a dollar.

Bastion of Remembrance: Possibly my favorite. Comes with free sac fodder on a permanent that doesn't die to Wrath of God.

Slime Foot god stuff,

Jade Mage: Back up slimefoot that does stuff at a discount.

Massacre Girl: Best board wipe in this build.

Verdant Force: It says EACH upkeep. Yes, each.

Gift of Doom: Cheap protection for slimefoot that has the added benefit of killing a saproling you already want dead.

Moldervine Reclamation: Card draw and life for just playing? Of course.

Snake Umbra: Protection and three cards every time you sac a saproling.

Sprout Swarm: Convoke makes this broken.

Some less budget friendly cards (all under $10, but above $1):

Ohran Frostfang: Turns each saproling into a card draw or a removal spell.

Pitiless Plunderer: Solid ramp.

Priest of Forgotten Gods: Under appreciated. This card does everything a black mage should be doing.

Tendershoot Dryad: Can win you the game on its own.

Black Market: Slime foot loves stupid amounts of mana.

Keen Sense: Insane card draw for 1 green mana.

Vraska, Golgari Queen: All abilities are helpful and the ult is just perfect. Tie in an Overrun effect on the same turn and you should win.

Casualties of War: Expensive to cast but worth it. Worth it every time.

Best of luck building.

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