Eladamri, Lord of Leaves

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual 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
Tempest (TMP) Rare

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Eladamri, Lord of Leaves

Legendary Creature — Elf Warrior

Other Elf creatures have forestwalk.

Other Elves have shroud. (They can't be the targets of spells or abilities.)

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Eladamri, Lord of Leaves Discussion

xraider on Ezuri The Fearless

1 week ago

Hi NV_1980,

Thanks for the suggestions!

  • Nullmage Shepherd: I didn't know this card but I like it. I don't have this card, but I am definitely giong to look out for it
  • Tajuru Preserver: Sacrifice does not happen very often in my playing group and it doesn't hurt me that much. I will keep this card in mind for now.-Eladamri, Lord of Leaves: It takes my regenerate ability away but gives them cheap protection against target removal and forestwalk. This is a card that will certainly give me a boost.
  • Fierce Empath: Why didn't I think about this myself?
  • Lys Alana Huntmaster: I have already tried this card but in my opinion it was a little too slow. But of course this was when my deck was still casual. Maybe I'll give it another chance...
  • I was perhaps a bit too busy with my own gameplan that I forgot these green staple removals, I'll find a place for these cards.

I will update my deck soon!

Regards,

xraider

kozad on These Elves Will F#%$ You Up

1 week ago

golgariizzet - I spent a few hours winnowing down my elf pile - I do have some of the creature you have in your deck, but I decided to go a little more "stompy-stomp, tappy-tap" with this - Eladamri, Lord of Leaves is one card I really had a hard time leaving out, but since it takes away my ability to target any of my own elves, I'd have to build around it and have more ways to go fetch it, which would make this a totally different deck. Some of those other creatures are very solid includes though, I will bookmark your deck for reference when I begin to work on upgrades.

colton815 on G/B Budget Elves, Help Wanted

2 weeks ago

multimedia: Eladamri, Lord of Leaves does NOT stop elves from being able to tap via Heritage Druid. Heritage Druid does not target.

multimedia on G/B Budget Elves, Help Wanted

2 weeks ago

Hey, you asked for my help. This is a very nice budget Elf deck, good job. To make $120 budget be prepared to cut quite a few cards.

To hit a $120 price point consider cutting:

Eladamri makes Elves unable to interact with Heritage Druid or Ezuri's regenerate. The combo of Heritage and Nettle Sentinel is one of the strongest Elf combos. Dwynen is the least good Elf lord because she can't interact with Collected Company replace her with more Imperious Perfect. Champion is fine, but cutting him cuts $7. You can replace him with one more Imperious Perfect.

Harbringer is also fine, but pretty slow cutting her cuts $5. Consider cutting Hopes replacing it with 4x Duress or 4x Mesmeric Fiend this will cut $4. The double black casting cost of Hopes is going to be very hard to cast because Elves are only making green mana not black. Only 4x sources of black mana is not enough to consistently cast Hopes when you need it in the early to mid game.

Duress is a better card than Fiend, but Fiend can interact with Company or take a creature either one is disrupting your opponent most importantly taking a potential board wipe. Consider cutting Grip for 2x Reclamation Sage cutting $3. Sage is an Elf and can interact with Company. Cutting 1x Decay from the sideboard cuts $4.


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Good luck with your deck.


NV_1980 on Ezuri The Fearless

2 weeks ago

Hi,

Looks like you've made a good start with this deck. It is however rather weak in its reactionary power. It is currently also not capable of dealing with enemy artifacts or enchantments. Therefore, I would propose the following:

Hope this helps your deck. Have fun playing.

Regards,

NV_1980

colton815 on Responding to Chord of Calling

3 months ago

once the Chord of Calling starts resolving, it resolves ENTIRELY. the same is true for any card. your opponent cannot wait to see what you're getting, then try to respond halfway through the resolution. Chord of Calling resolves, Eladamri, Lord of Leaves hits the field, THEN the opponent can respond with something.

Aorosco14 on Responding to Chord of Calling

3 months ago

Here I am with yet another question about Elves :P Let's say I have a board of 3 Forest, 1 Elvish Mystic, and 1 Elvish Archdruid. I tap out to play Chord of Calling, tapping Archdruid to make X=2. With Chord, I grab an Eladamri, Lord of Leaves. So here's why I'm confused. I understand that my opponent can play Instants etc. in response, but if they let Chord resolve, can they play anything in response to Eladamri hitting the battlefield? Or does he go straight onto the board after Chord resolves?

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