Faeburrow Elder

Faeburrow Elder

Creature — Treefolk Druid

Vigilance

Faeburrow Elder gets +1/+1 for each colour among permanents you control.

: For each colour among permanents you control, gain one mana of that colour.

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Set Rarity
Throne of Eldraine (ELD) Rare

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Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Arena Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Standard Legal
Pioneer Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Brawl Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Faeburrow Elder Discussion

triproberts12 on Yoink

20 hours ago

I just took apart my Tatyova druid deck, since the landfall fit wasn't great for what I really wanted to do, which was yoink. I think I'll be rebuilding with Chulane, Teller of Tales , though, before I build with a mono-green druid commander like Seton, Krosan Protector . The deck can still be heavy green, but for such a focused strategy, what you really need to be able to do is dig through your deck, and both Chulane's ability and having access to blue are great for that. You also get access to Tatyova, Benthic Druid , Rashmi, Eternities Crafter , Noble Hierarch , Bloom Tender (yes, I know you get it in mono-green, but you see how that doesn't matter), Faeburrow Elder , Coiling Oracle , and Wood Sage .

SynergyBuild on Oracle Core

4 days ago

Would the Isochron/Reversal, and the Faeburrow Elder / Bloom Tender / Freed from the Real / Pemmin's Aura combos be featured in this maybeboard?

LeonSpires on Consult Scepter Thrasios

1 week ago

qjone003 I personally like the scepter lines better but that is because I have run decks that run scepter in the past and am use to how it works. I just build this deck and have had good luck with it so far. The only changes I made are a weaker mana base (too poor to afford original duals) and no Imperial Seal or Timetwister (for the same reasons). I also added Neoform , Faeburrow Elder , Incubation Druid and Freed from the Real . The games I have won so far have been thanks to these additions. Granted I am new to this deck but With Thassa's Oracle I feel like Neoform becomes stronger in this deck. I agree with zwells3 wait for the dust to settle and see what brewers come up with even is nothing gets banned / unbanned.

hkhssweiss on hkhssweiss

1 week ago

sam171z

Having access to five colors, there are so many different ways of getting infinite mana. Cloudstone Curio / Temur Sabertooth + Dockside Extortionist , Isochron Scepter + Dramatic Reversal / Benefactor's Draught , Bloom Tender / Faeburrow Elder + Freed from the Real / Pemmin's Aura , Deadeye Navigator + Peregrine Drake / Palinchron , High Tide + Palinchron , Grand Architect + Pili-Pala .

There are definite ways, its just choosing your combo and choosing what type of ramp effects that will synergize with your deck package and layering enough cards where they aren't considered dead cards when you draw them.

hkhssweiss on Tuvasa of the Eternal Aeon | Primer

1 week ago

DivineKhaos, I would have to disagree with you there on Instill Energy being one of the weaker cards. Having that haste and pseudo-vigilance can be game breaking, not only that it also has interaction with Faeburrow Elder and Bloom Tender allowing you to double tap them for mana. Instill Energy is one of those rare cards that gives us haste without access to artifacts and red.

Flickering Ward is also one of those double duty cards that has more than one use. While it's great if you have Sigarda's Aid or Leyline of Anticipation out to flash and cantrip off of Tuvasa every turn. It's other use is for ending the game. In conjunction with Blind Obedience and infinite mana from Bloom Tender / Faeburrow Elder and Pemmin's Aura you go into infinite extort and drain everyone's life. This also incidentally can lead to infinite draws with an enchantress out which is why we add in Abundance as well so you can prevent yourself from decking out.

There are a couple hidden synergies and reason behind some cards I run, which is why I find Tuvasa always so refreshing to play. You have answers to a majority of the situation and while the deck is simple that anyone can play it, piloting it to it's maximum potential does include playing it through many many games and seeing what works and what doesn't work. Also accidentally hitting an infinite and decking myself out may have warranted the inclusion of certain cards :P

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