|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Eighth Edition (8ED)||Uncommon|
|Seventh Edition (7ED)||Uncommon|
|Battle Royale Box Set (BRB)||Uncommon|
|Urza's Saga (USG)||Common|
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Creature — Elf
(Green), Tap, Sacrifice Elvish Lyrist: Destroy target enchantment.
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Elvish Lyrist Discussion
3 months ago
Te puedo pasar:
Y, en reemplazo de la cuncuna que rompe encantamientos:
9 months ago
Thanks DraftVader, I quite like Hua Tuo, Honored Physician for his effect to just bring back some of the strong creatures, such as Avenger of Zendikar, and to just bring back some other things such as the Elvish Lyrist for more removal. I do like the cards that you suggested, however I guess Hua Tuo, Honored Physician just suits my play style.
10 months ago
Akroma, Angel of Fury
Breaker of Armies
Magus of the Vineyard
Reya Dawnbringer sadly doesnt fit
Wall of Vines
Not sure u need Cataclysm.
Other stuff to come
1 year ago
Wirewood Herald is good, but it's problem is he has to die :) and my friends know my deck a bit and they don't want to kill him.
The strategy is simple: rush towards a Tajura Pathwarden or 6 / 7 creatures and then use the instants to kill them off.
1 year ago
ok, I will now comment every card somehow. Please take my critics as constructive
Elvish Champion is a nice card, if used well. The +1/+1 is of course nice, but beware, it gives ALL elves +1/+1 - this includes the elves of opponents! Elvish Archdruid has the same mana cost, is a bit cheaper to buy and even gives you tons of mana. here you should look for a mana sink, such as Ezuri, Renegade Leader (maybe a bit over your budget).Imperious Perfect also is a nice 3drop that allows you to create even more elves. Dwynen, Gilt-Leaf Daen is a 4drop, but also gives a nice boost and gives a great life boost. All of these are better than Elvish Champion in most games. There is a tricky way though to make the champion quite nasty: Unstable Frontier! Make other lands to forests and just rush in with your elves!
Elvish Pioneer is nice, but I would still prefer Llanowar Elves or Arbor Elf, because they always give you one mana when on the battlefield. Elvish Pioneer's ability is useless if you have no forest in hand (which happens often in the late game).
Elvish Visionary as I said before, great card!
Gempalm Strider underestimated card! I like him.
Lys Alana Huntmaster is also awesome (as said before), but if you want to play him I would focus even more around him/her.
Sylvan Messenger I got mixed feelings here... I never tried him I have to admit, but he looks good on paper.
Tajuru Pathwarden hum... I am not sure if he fits. As finishers, there are better options (maybe also non-elves). If it is important to you to only have elves, I would probably pick others, such as the +1/+1 choices I told you above.
Thornweald Archer also very underestimated and I love him. I would probably put him into the sideboard though.
So, to put it in a nutshell, this already fels way better than before I think (if I recall it right), but I still think you have problems deciding for a strategy.
1 year ago
I'd drop Scavenging Ooze, Reclamation Sage, Mirror Entity, and the Spellskite. Maybe add in some black for a Shaman of the Pack, Dwynen's Elite, maybe even a Foul-Tongue Shriek. The Chord of Calling I wouldn't personally use unless I had a big creature I was trying to drop onto the field. Imagine hitting 2 Shaman of the Pack with a Collected Company and a board full of elves. As for side board if you want to keep it creature based you could toss in Elvish Scrapper, and Elvish Lyrist. Essence Warden wouldn't be bad if you needed some life gain.