Werewolf Pack Leader

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Brawl 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
Pre-release Legal
Standard Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

Werewolf Pack Leader

Creature — Human Werewolf

Pack tactics — Whenever this attacks, if you attacked with creatures with total power 6 or greater this combat, draw a card.

: Until end of turn, this has base power and toughness 5/3, gains trample and isn't a Human.

Phule451 on Budget Tovolar

3 weeks ago

I know you’re running on a budget, but where you’re spending the budget confuses me. Why spend the budget on Fabled Passage and not Werewolf Pack Leader which costs similar, but gonna do much more for the deck.

Speaking of the land base, I’d replace Gruul Guildgate for Kazandu Refuge, and why, why, why?!? Would you run Gateway Plaza in a non gate deck, especially just a two color one. Kessig wolfrun will do you a lot of favors and has recently become budget again. Gruul Turf and Cinder Glade are also great budget lands, especially with all your basics.

Immerwolf can protect your werewolves from transforming and Child of the Pack  Flip both serves to boost your team and a mana sink. Mayor of Avabruck  Flip boosts your team whatever side is up and Mondronen Shaman  Flip can dissuade your opponents from casting spells to transform your werewolves.

Removal and ramp, you totally need it! Hull Breach is a great card. Broken Bond is a pet card of mine, cheap removal that can also ramp you. Chandra's Ignition can serve as a board wipe for you. Rampant Growth and Migration Path can help ramp you too.

Hope this helped, a little work and you can totally get this to a playable deck!!! Have fun and keep budget…

StoryArcher on [Modern] Mono Green Stompy Competitive 2022

8 months ago

Augur of Autumn and Werewolf Pack Leader are both musts in this kind of deck. Maybe a 1-of for Rhonas the Indomitable. Consider Ignoble Hierarch and Collected Company as well.

zapyourtumor on RG werewolf aggro

9 months ago

Land count seems very low. I'd up to at least 20. Could maybe include some Rootbound Crag and Kessig Wolf Run.

Creature density seems a little low(?) given how you have almost as many cards supporting the creatures as the creatures themselves.

Gruul Charm seems very situational and more of a sideboard card.

Some other fun werewolves: Huntmaster of the Fells  Flip (classic 4-drop threat, even outside werewolf tribal, maybe 2 of?), Werewolf Pack Leader (card advantage engine, definitely recommmend 2-4), Reckless Stormseeker  Flip (gives your guys haste and buffs them and stuff).

Phule451 on Bad Moon Rising (Werewolves)

9 months ago

Surprised you’re not running Werewolf Pack Leader.

zapyourtumor on Wait, where did the deer go? (Budget)

11 months ago

I definitely second Defied's suggestions. Werewolf Pack Leader is a very strong card advantage engine which would give the deck the late game gas it needs. Lightning Bolt is premier red removal -- definitely a 4 of since there are no werewolves with removal stapled on.

Collected Company would be amazing here, given how many sub 3 cmc creatures you have. Although they're pricey, I'd fit in as many as your budget allows. For cuts, I think Moonmist and Arlinn would be the best ones.

Defied-27 on Wait, where did the deer go? (Budget)

11 months ago

amicdeep thanks for the input! It is supposed to be semi aggro. My playgroup complains about me playing fast decks all the time, so I built it not to be too fast. If you want to go for a more competitive setup I would totally agree with you, especially Lightning Bolt is almost a must run card then. I went for Tovolar, Dire Overlord  Flip because he is a guaranteed flip, that also let's you draw cards. Alternatively you can run Werewolf Pack Leader and Immerwolf to drop the curve further.

TristanTaylorsVoice on

11 months ago

ChrisHansonBiomancin Thanks for feedback! I have similar thoughts on Symmetry Sage, and I'm going to switch to a different threat. I also completely forgot about Snakeskin Veil, will definitely throw that in.

Since I don't care about cheap instants or sorceries as much anymore without Symmetry Sage, and Decisive Denial is also removal, I'll also cut Concerted Defense.

One thing I'm staying adamant on is the spell lands however. One never intends to cast them, their purpose is strictly to artificially increase the instant and sorcery count for delver. That being said, I also can't afford to run more dual lands with Vineglimmer Snarl and I'm not running tap lands, thus no Werewolf Pack Leader. It may be possible green stompy is just better though.

ChrisHansonBiomancin on

11 months ago

Hey sweet idea. I feel like Symmetry Sage might be an underperformer here since there aren't any other creatures that benefit from 2 base power. Werewolf Pack Leader could be a good replacement since Delver gets you to pack tactics on turn 3 on the god draw, and Dragonsguard only needs one counter to trigger it as well.

Decisive Denial also seems like a solid upgrade over Concerted Defense since you have the colors and aren't doing a party deck.

It also might be worth considering if there are better things to do with the cantrip cards like Charge Through and Consider. Right now Dragonsguard is your only creature that really benefits from cards like that, given that Symmetry Sage's effect is redundant after the first trigger. Without Dragonsguard those cards are mostly just spinning your wheels, so you might be better off with more control elements or protection like Snakeskin Veil/Wild Shape.

Finally, you might want to cut some of the expensive spell-lands like Sea Gate and Turntimber and use basics instead, maybe Lair of the Hydra. You want your lands to come in untapped as much as possible in a deck like this and you're hopefully trying to win by turn 7, so the 7 cmc lands will only slow you down for the most part. Rimewood Falls is also worth consideration if you want more dual lands since it works with Vineglimmer Snarl.

I have a kinda-similar Simic tempo deck that I still need to update for Innistrad if you want to check it out for ideas - Flashless Flash (S22)

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