And honestly I don't miss him as much as I thought I would; he was awesome on your side of the table, but just warped the game really hard when he came down. Grixis Slavedriver - decent for a common. I just don't get sick of that kind of power in cube. I'm sure there is more, but these are what come to mind. Probably not quite worth a slot. Even if he dies, he gets you solid value. Arbor Colossus - great rate! Not the strongest giant but worth looking at. As far as I know, this is still in effect. Honestly, just fetching any two lands from your library is good for 4GG, and having it being a {4}{G}{G}Creature — GiantTrample Whenever Primeval Titan enters the battlefield or attacks, you may search your library for up to two land cards, put them onto the battlefield tapped, then shuffle your library.6 / 6When nature calls, run. There are enough good ones to fill out a deck, though, but you gotta hunt for them. Worth considering, Beanstalk Giant - ramp AND a giant body! better in Wizard-tribal decks, but is still really good on its own. Mana Vault and Elves mean a turn three Titan isn't unheard of. TappedOut.js Blog Widget, Avenger of Zendikar + Primeval Titan + Wonder. Happy milling! That's why I have additional cheap removal in my SB for the aggro decks, but they also have uses in other situations. In land based whenever you play something like Primeval Titan, Hour of Promise etc. It is certainly the best green 6 drop. I may run Primeval Titan if I get another one. Brion doesn't bring much to the giant-tribal table other than a small-ish lifelinking Giant body and occasional face-damage. Press J to jump to the feed. $0.42, As low as: It's a good card, but I just don't think I have enough space for another fatty. Potentially worth considering, but might not make the cut in a five-color deck. Ravenous Trap is simply the best choice since it is free for us most of the time and exiles those problem cards. Slaughter Pact, Hivemind, and one creature. Doomwake Giant - Pretty decent even without Enchantment support--lots of one-toughness support creatures out there. by modified, Uro, Titan of Elements Perhaps the current pool of modern answers is lacking for responding to a 20/20 indestructible flyer but the issue of lacking modern answers is pervasive. A customer service representative will review this shortly. In regard to the mana cost of Blood Moon, there is also Alpine Moon. Rarity, #: M, 156 Card Type: Creature Giant P / T: 6 / 6 Description: Trample Whenever Primeval Titan enters the battlefield or attacks, you may search your library for up to two land cards, put them onto the battlefield tapped, then shuffle your library. It certainly isn't any faster than Neoform+Griselbrand and, from testing, would be on par with the faster storm/other combo draws. Primeval Titan from Modern Masters 2015 for . $0.08, As low as: Vinman- As is normally the case with determining a SB, you want to include cards that will help you against decks that you might be weak against or cards that will invalidate the SB cards your opponent brings in. Once you have the deck for a while, snagging Grave Titan - Oloro, Ageless Ascetic - Kroxa, Titan of Death's Hunger - Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath- Towering Titan as upgrades would be well-worth it. Tithebearer Giant - good for a common I suppose! Flavor Text: When nature calls, run. Search for the perfect addition to your deck. I miss him for all the games I won with him and his best friend Deadeye but I am totally on the ban primetime wagon. Whenever Primeval Titan enters the battlefield or attacks, you may search your library for up to two land cards, put them onto the battlefield tapped, then shuffle your library. I suppose Vapor Snag has over-performed through my history in modern but I don't discount the possibility that an answer exists in blue which I haven't considered. Galecaster Colossus - extremely strong Giant. Worth considering, Garenbrig Paladin - playable, but probably wouldn't make the cut in a five-color deck, Gorm the Great - interesting choice, and nice at four mana, but probably not worth a slot, Nylea's Colossus - good effect even without a ton of enchantment support. Whenever Primeval Titan enters the battlefield or attacks, you may search your library for up to two land cards, put them onto the battlefield tapped, then shuffle your library. Highly recommended, Skaab Goliath - Pretty decent. Mill is naturally good against combo and certain forms of control, but weak against aggro. I say this every time I win a game with Sylvan Primordial. Highly recommended, Ruhan of the Fomori - Another excellent giant. Very much worth considering. Feeds | , New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Decent, Grave Titan - an utter powerhouse. Probably only worth running for the memes. Highly recommended, like all the titans. $0.19. Ashiok is additional gy hate that helps against Primeval Titan decks among others. One excellent reason to run Blue. I though I'd give details. Stompy Green Devotion I can't imagine cubing without Grave Titan, Sun Titan, and, to a lesser extent, Inferno Titan. As a finisher, you can do better than the Titan because it doesn't protect itself and the lands don't do as much for you after turn 6/7. That pricetag though :(. Highly recommended. Taurean Mauler - one of the best giants, sadly. It is my personal feelings that whilie an awesome card, depths can be slotted into enough decks already doing good enough without being able to make a 20/20 Indestructible creature. Feed the Swarm removes enchantments, and Bloodchief's Thirst removes planeswalkers if needed. I should have a Frost Titan, Arbor Colossus, and Outland Colossus for trade. Privacy statement | Players dressed as bane playing primeval titans? When Zendikar block was legal, he was in Valakut decks like this one (first random Valakut deck I found on my hard drive): $12.75, As low as: Rarity, #: M, 183 Card Type: Creature — Giant P / T: 6 / 6 Description: Trample Whenever Primeval Titan enters the battlefield or attacks, you may search your library for up to two land cards, put them onto the battlefield tapped, then shuffle your library. Please enable JavaScript to get the best experience from this site. Sunder Shaman - fantastic removal. for 4GG. It looks like the spoilers that I put the non-Boros giant suggestions aren't working. Love this guy. The stand-outs on a budget are: Arbor Colossus - Beanstalk Giant - Earthshaker Giant - Outland Colossus - Sunder Shaman - Yorvo, Lord of Garenbrig - Frost Titan - Ruhan of the Fomori - Thryx, the Sudden Storm - Helldozer. This Thread got me convinced to get one (when the price drops a bit of course!). Grasping Giant - I love this one--just put it in my Giant deck, Oathsworn Giant - Good utility if you are wanting to swing out every turn. Play Sylvan Primordial, then clone him multiple times, and maybe even a Rite of Replication kicked. Pretending to be primeval titans? Can't recommend enough. $0.25, As low as: Too bad Prime-Time (Primeval Titan) is banned! Can I prevent Damage dealt to Swans of Bryn Argoll before it's prevented by it's own ability? Ads by Fandom. Sylvan Primordial is less powerful in the land-fetching department, but makes up for it with the destruction. Helldozer - pretty good! Gatherer is the Magic Card Database. Rulings 15/08/2010: You may find any land cards, not just basic land cards. Very funny card. So I know you had your heart set on Brion as your commander, but I wanted to list all the good giants with , and in their colors, as there are a bunch that are excellent. Definitely a solid include! IMO, both should be banned. Bonecrusher Giant - pretend you're terrorizing Standard! Thank you for your feedback! Thryx, the Sudden Storm - Ramp and a giant FLYING body! Join us discussing news, tournaments, gameplay A perfect reason to run Blue. Academy Rector(into Omniscience), Mana Drain, Consecrated Sphinx, Tooth & Nail and Hermit druid are all less powerful in your opinion? I'm not sure weather it would be a 'broken' deck, but I think that the decks that would gain the most don't need anything more to help them right now. It’s gotta be Primeval Titan, right? See cards from the most recent sets and discover what players just like you are saying about them. Select your country in the list below and you’ll see only products available from sellers who ship to your location, along with the shipping costs for those sellers.