Devoted Druid


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Shadowmoor (SHM) Common

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Devoted Druid

Creature — Elf Druid

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Put a -1/-1 counter on Devoted Druid: Untap Devoted Druid.

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Devoted Druid Discussion

DangoDaikazoku on Commanders by Power Level [EDH Tier List]

18 hours ago

Stating that she herself doesn't have any synergy with the rest of the deck is again, underselling Anafenza, the Foremost. I understand that her first ability doesn't do much outside of squeezing a little more mana out of Devoted Druid, but you're still not mentioning her graveyard hate ability at all, something that Teeg decks struggle with assembling. I think that's enough synergy with the deck alone. I mean, I wish she affected all opponent's cards like Leyline of the Void does, but it's not a bad ability considering that it shuts down every creature based graveyard combo in the meta, which happens to be a h*ckin' lot. Oh yeah, one sided boardwipes with Living Death is also pretty fun.

By the way, I don't think I agree with the counterpoint of putting Ana at the helm of a Karador deck at all because that's not really the strategy in question here? We were comparing Ana's Hatebear strategy with Teeg's, and I don't think you can slap any Abzan commander at the helm of her Hatebear deck and have it make more sense than Ana. Karador does nothing for the strategy, certainly neither does Ghave, and Teneb? Nope. Daghatar is bad for the same reason Ghave is bad for the archetype, and I don't have anything to say about Doran... Partner commanders like Tymna and Sidar wouldn't be bad, just not the ideal fit for the strategy.

Ana is certainly a hateful commander and I think she fulfills her role extremely well by fitting into the archetype, and I think she is better than Gaddock Teeg for this as well. I feel like I'm getting nowhere with my point by arguing any further. I'm simply stating that she's up there with Teeg, and doesn't belong in Mid-Power. I think I'm being very reasonable for suggesting High-Power, but people are fighting me like I'm pushing for Maximum-Power lol. I'm not biased in any way, I've just seen Ana Hatebears in action and it seems a lot more potent than Teeg.

elfric on I’m Flexin my T-Rex

19 hours ago

what do have dual lands to do with these changes?

i never said you should change anything besides the cards mentioned. vial smasher gives red color identity but you dont need red cards at all. red color identity lets you use morselhoarder in a B U G deck! its only about color identity. not lands or whatever. you never cast morselhoarder anyway.


thats why i was suggesting these changes in the first place. i was not suggesting going 4 color or building an entire different deck.

Morselhoarder + Devoted Druid in grave + Necrotic Ooze in play = infinite mana. cast thrasios win... no red mana needed.

SynergyBuild on Commanders by Power Level [EDH Tier List]

1 day ago

Yeah, I have found Anafenza to be extraordinarily powerful as it is out of bolt range, it pumps the team on aggro, has synergy with Devoted Druid to make additional mana, and is just generally a sweet commander with the colors and build being a good mix of Legacy Death and Taxes and Maverick.

Love it to death and am a bit biased, as it is one of my newer builds and has been a blast to test against the fast combo decks.

Homelessguy on Help: Budgetish -1/-1 counter deck

3 weeks ago

If you and a Devoted Druid it'll make you an infinite Army with quillspike I also suggest adding Blowfly Infestation

If you're looking for a Pacific direction to take it in and you don't mind getting a lot of hatred infect is pretty good way to go.

When they block your creatures the blocking creatures will get neg one neg one counters making you snake tokens.

Xica on The Wrath of the Scarab ...

1 month ago

I would recommend playing Shriekmaw over Ravenous Chupacabra. It does something past turn 2, instead of past turn 4, which is very relevant, as it can stop things like Baral, Chief of Compliance storm, or Devoted Druid + Vizier of Remedies and the like from murdering you on turn 3 after they untapped with their creatures. Plus it has a relevant evasion on its body when reanimated.

As usual i will mention that The Scarab God is at its best when its cheaper to activate thanks to stuff like Training Grounds (also plays well with Pack Rat), or cast due to Heartless Summoning.

UUUUmage on m i l l

1 month ago

Hmmm, Grim Poppet with Devoted Druid works well.

Funkydiscogod on m i l l

1 month ago

It looks like you're going for infinite mana combos, with Nest of Scarabs to create a bunch of 1/1s to win the game.

You seem to lack reliable ways to assemble the combo pieces: Devoted Druid and Morselhoarder in the Graveyard, Necrotic Ooze and Obelisk Spider on the battlefield.

I remember seeing a deck like that before. It used Grisly Salvage, Jarad's Orders, and Fauna Shaman to get the pieces where they needed to be. Also, Walking Ballista to kill the opponent.

Lokust on Infinite possibilities

1 month ago

Solemnity prevents me from putting a -1/-1 to untap Devoted Druid. But you are correct it is awesome for the Kitchen Finks and Murderous Redcap.

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