I could've added in Earl of Squirrel, but I wanted to keep it strictly black-bordered (which I will violate by having as many white-bordered cards as I can for this deck). Besides, Druid's Call kinda fills the same function, and if you can get it on a Squirrel Mob, then start plinking that with Acorn Catapults, that seems like a fun time to me.
This was kinda fun, and took me back to my earliest days of the game, as the first deck idea I had was to cram all the Squirrel cards I could into a deck with Spidersilk Armor, Beastof Burden, and mebbe summat to give errything trample &/or haste. It's no worse or stupider than this deck.
The mana curve is atrocious, the main combo is Reserved Listed for some reason, the backup combo has too many moving parts (most of which are far too fragile), and the surprisecombo relies on a card that's only there because of a stupid graphic from a column on The Mothership from over a decade ago, written by someone who doesn't even work there anymore, is ludicrously and unnecessarily complicated to boot, and prolly requires a custom card to actually tie it all together.
It's a commanders deck which has fruits and/or vegetables in all its art. Based off of my profile picture. The main card is hard to put, because I only chose the commander because it had fruit in its flavor text. Which is more than could be said about other possible commanders. I guess I could put the first card I used to start the deck off with here:
And this was way too time-consuming, hot damn.
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