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When Awakener Druid enters the battlefield, target Forest becomes a 4/5 green Treefolk creature for as long as Awakener Druid is on the battlefield. It's still a land.
I see a few problems with this deck just from glancing at it.
You have no way to defend yourself early game. none. Getting land out is always nice, but you need some way to defend yourself while doing it.
-There are plenty of cards you can use to do this, like Elvish Pioneer , Sakura-Tribe Scout , Skarrg Guildmage , and Awakener Druid .
It looks like almost all of your mana ramp is from your hand. That isnt a bad thing, but it has problems in the current iteration of your deck.
-you need more ways to put land in your hand. All I see right now it Mulch
I would suggest cards like Crusher Zendikon , Gruul Turf , Journey of Discovery , or Gatecreeper Vine
Thats all I can think of at the moment, I hope I was helpful :D
Unfortunately, I'm trying to keep this deck in modern, but thanks - I have considered Awakener Druid though, but they're a pain to find around my area.
Thanks for your comments guys,I have made a few changes to the deck to reduce its cost since I am planning on buying most of the cards.
I want this deck to be able to deal with any other budget decks out there, I have a friend who will be building an elf deck with lots of mana acceleration. I know he will be including Doubling Chant in his deck with a creature set of Awakener Druid ,Elvish Archdruid ,Llanowar Elves ,Jagged-Scar Archers . He will certainly be using Overrun . He has also revealed a card that allows him to search the top four cards of his library and put all elves revealed this way on the field. He is very confident that he can crush my deck very easily.
Please provide suggestions on how to deal with his strategy.
|Power / Toughness||1/1|
|Avg. draft pick||4.39|
|Avg. cube pick||7.31|
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|2011 Core Set||Uncommon|
|2010 Core Set||Uncommon|