Casual Force of Savagery

by Daggerback5423 on 18 October 2016

Main Deck (60 cards)

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Deck Description

I saw Force of savagery and I thought of it as a challenge to make a deck for it. So, I made the deck. Its not the best in the world, but I want to make it better.

Sideboard is needed.

How to Play

Basically, bring down a toughness buff before you bring down a force. If you dont have one, Force is brought down to the graveyard before it enters the battlefield. The leylines, the armorer and the Field all support this goal. Mighty emergence exists for if you already have these buffs down, the fatties will get more fat.

Theres decent card draw from harmonize and inspector.. Theres a slight combo of skullclamp and Ooze Garden sac'ing Force or Groundbreaker before they die from dmg or abilities.

Fog and Safe passage exist for some extra protection while youre building up your defenses.

Some slight fetching with Grasslands to help with narrowing down your deck.

Deck Tags

  • Casual
  • Selesnya
  • VaultHelp
  • Budget

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Card Legality

  • Not Legal in Standard
  • Not Legal in Modern
  • Legal in Vintage
  • Not Legal in Legacy

Deck discussion for Casual Force of Savagery

Force of Savagery, without some permanent effect pimping its toughness or an affect that lets it ETB with a +1/+1 counter, is put into the graveyard as a state based effect. This makes it so that you can't sacrifice it to any effect, including Ooze Garden's effect. The Garden is a good card though, especially with Groundbreaker and Force of SavageryJoin.

Lumithread Field and Leyline of Vitality are excellent Anthems for Force of Savagery, good call.
Gaea's Anthem and Glorious Anthem are the classic Anthems.
Spear of Heliod is effectivly Glorious Anthem, but with a nice creature removal effect on it. Too bad it's Legendary.
Hold the Gates and Always Watching can boost Force of Savagery's toughness and give it vigilance. Hold the Gates requires you to play Gates though.
Mighty Emergence will give Force of Savagery and Groundbreaker two +1/+1 counters when the ETB.
Adaptive Automaton calling Elemental will boost both Groundbreaker and Force of Savagery.
Hall of Triumph calling Green will boost both Groundbreaker and Force of Savagery, as well as your mana dorks.
Mimic Vat can make good use of Groundbreaker's and Force of Savagery's tendency to die easily.

These aren't exactly in colour, but they Fit the theme of the deck:

Master of Waves - Both Force of Savagry and Groundbreaker are both Elementals.
Incandescent Soulstoke - Both Force of Savagry and Groundbreaker are both Elementals. Incandescent Soulstoke can also cheat them in for {1}{R}, but at the cost of having to sacrifice them at the end of turn.
Elemental Appeal - {R}{R}{R}{R} for a 7/1 red Elemental creature token with trample and haste. You do have to exile the token at the end of the turn.
Zektar Shrine Expedition - Another source for a 7/1 red Elemental creature token with trample and haste.
Ball Lightning - I shouldn't need to tell you about this one, but it's the red Groundbreaker.
Flamekin Harbinger - A turn one tutor to fetch Force of Savagry and Groundbreaker. Also makes Nova Chaser a good choice.
Smokebraider - Tapps for two mana that can be spent on Elementals, which is what Force of Savagry and Groundbreaker are.

Posted 18 October 2016 at 17:29