Wildwood Scourge

Wildwood Scourge

Creature — Hydra

Wildwood Scourge enters the battlefield with X +1/+1 counters.

Whenever one or more +1/+1 counters are put on another non-Hydra creature you control, put a +1/+1 counter on Wildwood Scourge.

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Legality

Format Legality
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Unformat Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Brawl Legal
Leviathan Legal
Pre-release Legal
Highlander Legal
Custom Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Historic Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Pioneer Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Arena Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Standard Legal
Limited Legal

Wildwood Scourge occurrence in decks from the last year

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Wildwood Scourge Discussion

MowMyLawn on Abzan Scales

1 week ago

bakeraj4 Right, i think its called Wildwood Scourge . I've considered using it, but I'm sticking with Voracious Hydra for now because it has evasion (Trample) and a form of removal. I like your idea of running Steel Overseer and Knight of Autumn , however, i think I would need more artifact creatures in order to consistently get value out of Steel Overseer (crossing my fingers that they unban Walking Ballista ). I'm all for using Knight of Autumn , I'll probably end up taking out Avatar of the Resolute . I'll also consider using Inscription of Abundance , like you said. Thanks so much for the advice!

Barbarian_Sun_Pope on Simic Combo Modern

1 month ago

Have you considered Wildwood Scourge? It is really cheap cost wise and can quickly get out of hand with the number counters going on other creatures and doubles the number of counters going on Simic Ascendancy. Hope this helps.

ImaginitiveRascal on +1 Lock Up

4 months ago

Maybe Omen of the Dead instead of Disentomb because this deck likes enchantments and you can get the scry later. Hunter's Edge is better than Hunt the Weak unless you have an enrage trigger like that earlier comment or you want the creature to die. Both of those are unlikely. I wouldn't use either though, because they are too expensive. Prey Upon and Ram Through are way cheaper in terms of mana. These are just some good +1/+1 cards: Grakmaw, Skyclave Ravager, Enduring Scalelord, Conclave Mentor, Wildwood Scourge goes infinite with the scalelord, and AnafeNza is good for +1/+1 counters and locking down your opponent's graveyards.

Murphy77 on Land War in Asia

4 months ago

Possibly the strongest Landfall card in the current meta is Scute Swarm, which can easily be the base around which a Landfall deck can be built. Scute Swarm with landfall generates a swarm of 1/1 insect tokens. Felidar Retreat then puts +1/+1 counters on each creature (including your insect tokens) with each Landfall. Felidar Retreat also gives your creatures vigilance for the turn. Frondland Felidar then comes in and allows you to tap any creature with vigilance to tap any of your opponent's creatures. As you will invariably have more creatures than your opponent, tap your smallest creatures to tap opposing creatures and attack Unblocked.

Conclave Mentor adds +1/+1 counters for each +1/+1 counter that you place on creatures. Murasa Rootgrazer helps Landfall by, each turn, allowing you to either return a land to your hand or play an extra land. Similar increased landfall results from Roiling Regrowth and Scale the Heights.

Then come the options and/or personal choices. Do we add extra counters with Vastwood Fortification  Flip or double up on a Landfall effect with Skyclave Pick-Axe? Is Kazandu Mammoth  Flip stronger than Wildwood Scourge? Ranger's Guile can protect your Landfall creatures, but Light of Hope may be more versatile. Can we afford to give up Roiling Regrowth for Hydra's Growth? Can we fit in Heroic Intervention against controlling decks? These are the choices that make your deck unique and personal.

GoRacers7786 on infinite +1/+1 mutate

4 months ago

OutlawPete92, in my experience okio is correct. I have a similar build on arena but I am using Gemrazer and Wildwood Scourge and after doing that I have realized that you need 2 copies of the Gemrazer/Wildwood Scourge in order to make it infinite. What okio is saying is that even when you mutate Gemrazer or Vulpikeet on top of the Wildwood Scourge the creature on tops gets all the abilities of the cards underneath so even though the new creature isn't a hydra, its the word 'another' that keeps this combo from being infinite without 2 copies of the mutated creature. I have done this on arena and all it does is draw the game but it is essentially an infinite combo

KCF_Blackout on Abzan Lifegain

5 months ago

So, I'm thinking that if I was to cut this deck down to 60 cards I would remove 1 Life Goes On, 1 Ajani's Pridemate, 1 Quirion Dryad and 2 Wildwood Scourge. That seems like the best way to cut it down, without completely removing a card. You could maybe cut out the Dryad completely, and then remove a Pridemate and a Scourge.

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