Quote from Rendroc »Timba failed to see all the singleton cards in the sideboard that can be fetched with Chord of Calling if need be. And the main plan of Chord is just to get more Rage Forgers.
The first list is probably more competitive, so I'd recommend that list. I would recommend staying away from high variance, and low-impact cards like Wolf-Skull Shaman.
Quote from ThatStoryTeller120 »Im completely sold there. I want to see a good shaman 1drop before I invest in the lands and the black cards. But what are we playing green for other than burning tree shaman? Rix Madi Reveler already makes a better visionary to refuel
Quote from SpellHeart »To be honest I'm not even sure what deck wants to be compeptitive. It need too much at the same time:
6. Maybe (maybe) an alternative 4-mana curve-topper. I like Collective Company, but often something than works like Rage Forger, but better and bigger is better than putting two random creatures on the board. Especially considering that we often cast CoCo during our turn hoping to find another Rage Forger to ensure lethal attack. I play one Shaman of the Great Hunt and he's a beast. I'd wanted something that's comparable as the damage output and even more sinergistic with Rage Forger.