Quote from GarfieldKlon »I'm just doing a quick take about Unbound Flourishing. It's all about X, but it isn't finished or tested.
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//Main4 Arbor Elf1 Craterhoof Behemoth4 Hydroid Krasis3 Kiora, Behemoth Beckoner4 Kiora, Master of the Depths3 Llanowar Tribe2 Nissa, Steward of Elements4 Rosheen Meanderer4 Summoner's Pact4 Unbound Flourishing4 Utopia Sprawl3 Walking Ballista//Lands3 Breeding Pool5 Forest4 Misty Rainforest4 Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx1 Waterlogged Grove3 Wooded Foothills
Why only Kiora's and not even one Garruk? Because the Kiora can untap creature's. The biggest benefit of this is Llanowar Tribe and Rosheen Meanderer. This Deck is full of X creatures. This Deck ramp very hard even without Nykthos.
Card Draws can you get about the 2 Kiora's and Hydroid Krasis. The Behemoth is maybe unnecessary.
And a hint about Polukranos, World Eater. You can't double the X effect with Polukranos, because Monstrosity works only once.
Some other cards in my Mind
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//Maybeboard1 Altered Ego1 Biomass Mutation1 Courser of Kruphix1 Finale of Devastation1 Finale of Revelation1 Gelatinous Genesis1 Kiora's Follower
Quote from Thorshammer813 »New leyline certainly needs a critical mass of one drop dorks.
@Gruulmeharder: Couldn't agree more on the interaction part. We are slower than the best linear decks in modern, that means we have to pack some sort of interaction to buy us the extra time we need to set up.
Primal Command had pretty much exactly this purpose, buying us another turn against many decks in the format.
Kiora sliding into in Mono-Green Devotion strategies feauring Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx to accelerate on mana.