Weirdly already a card but trolls can definitely be white. How about -
Black/Green is a really fun combo of colors because it can answer almost anything.I just realised that all the singles from the Golgari guild kit precon + the ones from the GRN Vraska Planeswalker precon + a handful (like just 10 or so?) of stuff on theme that I have around + Vraska, Golgari Queen mythic that I got in a booster that came in the Planeswalker deck make for a rather baller Commander deck. Maybe not spectacular or particularly competitive but still really cool.
Edit: and not much was taken off the Planeswalker deck so I can still rebuild it with something better for casual games.
Your playgroup may not care, but Vraska isn’t a legal Commander. Must be a creature unless the card specifically allows it.Aaaaaand finished making an inventory of the whole contraption to make sure I wasn't screwing something up.
This is mostly a brag post, but if someone can lend me a hand regarding what I'm asking for (tuning mana curve, land/spell, creature/non-creature ratios...) it will be extremely welcome!
Aren't planeswalkers legal commanders since the latest Commander release?
It seems like there's a non-zero chance that we're going to see a new Standard Aristocrats deck (I can't imagine them giving Orzhov a pure token generation mechanic and not tying it back into "death and taxes" somehow), which seems like the most likely place she'd ever get played, if anywhere.
Bloodthirst is similar to spectacle, yet looks at a slightly different thing. It doesn't care about non-damage life loss, while spectacle does. They try to avoid that in sets.
Spectacle could care about life loss for constructed without there being any life loss in the set. Shockland, fetchlands, Doom Whisperer, etc.
That's not how design works.
Red can kill planeswalkers.
No, they've used this sort of principal in the past. See Absorb and such. Hero's Downfall + Smelt, with the red replacing the generic mana.
Not really. Closest is Haphazard Bombardment, as far as I can tell.