Fendeep Summoner

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Format Legality
Vintage Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Modern Legal

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Morningtide Rare

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Fendeep Summoner

Creature — Treefolk Shaman

Tap: Up to two target Swamps each become 3/5 Treefolk Warrior creatures in addition to their other types until end of turn.

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Fendeep Summoner Discussion

vibrabones on Treefolk Tribal

1 month ago

Ikra Shidiqi, the Usurper is not a Treefolk, but she can definitely help you out; your high-toughness creatures will give you lots of life when they swing. Tower Defense gives you protection from flyers, and if you have Assault Formation on the field, it essentially gives all of your guys +5/+5 until the end of the turn for 2 at instant speed, which is insane. Behind the Scenes is basically a cheaper (and sometimes better) version of Cover of Darkness for this deck. Orchard Warden is essentially doubling your lifegain here, which is always good. Black Poplar Shaman is one of the better black Treefolk, up there with Fendeep Summoner. I'd recommend Harmonize, Sign in Blood, and Read the Bones for card draw and Brave the Sands to make your Treefolk wall even more impenetrable. Also, if you want more tribal boosts, consider cards like Metallic Mimic.

Now for cards that you can afford to take out! Maelstrom Pulse is not really great here for two reasons: 1, it's expensive, and 2, it's not ideal for Commander since every deck can only run one of each card. The removal that you already have should be plenty. Argothian Treefolk is really not that great unless you have a friend or person in your playgroup who always runs artifacts, and even then, it's a little too specific to be worth a spot in your deck. Black Oak of Odunos is okay, but it can probably be removed to make room for stronger cards. Tilling Treefolk is like Argothian Treefolk; too specific to be useful in these circumstances.

Good luck in your deckbuilding endeavors!

brother1 on The Trees Can Speak for Themselves, Thanks

1 year ago

I love obscure tribal decks, but I feel like you could do better with some of the Treefolk - Battlewand Oak and Cloudcrown Oak, and to a lesser extent Black Poplar Shaman and Weed-Pruner Poplar, seem underwhelming. I'm not saying they're bad in a tribal deck that produces gobs of mana, but there's a couple more powerful treefolk I'd recommend putting in instead. Nemata, Grove Guardian, Ghoultree, Fendeep Summoner, Weatherseed Treefolk, and Ebony Treefolk would all be worth consideration. You could also cut some of the noncreatures to add these to increase the chances of Colfenor proccing. Finally, I really think your deck needs boardwipe of some kind - it's a necessity in Commander to have at least one or two outs in case someone is doing something more ridiculous than you are. Languish is good because it's somewhat one-sided for you, but you probably want something like Life's Finale and/or Nevinyrral's Disk as well. +1 from me!

pokenom on

1 year ago

What about Forbidding Watchtower and Fendeep Summoner?

staceyonthetrombone on Treefolk EDH

1 year ago

I would cut Dauntless Dourbark, Dungrove Elder, Fendeep Summoner, mostly because you don't have to lands to support them as of now.But really though, you're splitting your mana three ways. In a mono color deck, I'd be less quick to ask you to omit those cards.

Fortified Rampart, Tree of Redemption, Wall of Tanglecord, are just fat blockers, with a sometimes useful ability with the tree. And you can probably forgo Rolling Stones for an anthem.

Indomitable Ancients and Oakgnarl Warrior are fat, but make no board impact coming down.

Bar the Door and Tower Defense leave me unimpressed.

These are just a few suggestions. Other than that, always a fan of Doran!

Gamernatic on Treefolkdancing my way to competitive scene!

1 year ago

Door of Destinies, Black Poplar Shaman, Thorntooth Witch, and Fendeep Summoner may cost a bit too much mana for what they do, but they're powerful enough to mention.

And I know that you're wanting a budget build, but what would a "Money is no Object" version of this deck be? sub in fetchlands, shocklands, Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth and Cavern of Souls if you could?