Gilt-Leaf Palace


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

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Set Rarity
Lorwyn Rare

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Gilt-Leaf Palace


As Gilt-Leaf Palace enters the battlefield, you may reveal an Elf card from your hand. If you don't, Gilt-Leaf Palace enters the battlefield tapped.

Tap: Add (Black) or (Green) to your mana pool.

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Gilt-Leaf Palace Discussion

KsP_FtW on Modern Elves

1 week ago

If you are going to stick with the black, adding in Blood Artist puts an immediate threat on the board, and also Gilt-Leaf Palace over Llanowar Wastes any day.

emrakulinsmugglers on Nasty Hydras

1 month ago

looks like you have a little elf thing, to help that out, go down a bit on your hydras, put in more elvish archdruid and mystic, for archdruid to be good, the more elves the better. maybe cut gyre sage (its good, but takes up space, etc), and also put in llanowar elves. This way, you have enough elves for archdruid to be good, but still enough room for your hydras.

I'd say your creatures could be like

4x corpsejack menace4x elvish archdruid4x elvish mystic4x llanowar elves3x kalonian hydra4x primordial hydra3x walking ballista

then maybe cut asceticism, it cost a lot and isn't doing much, you don't need continuous hexproof, just answers.

Because now you have 16 elves, you could go for using a Gilt-Leaf Palace or two, cut nykthos to 2 or 3 because legendary, and if budget then use some painlands like Llanowar Wastes. nice hydras! have you considered trying Tainted Strike? you have a lot of trample creatures, but sometimes, being able to just do 10 damage is better than 20 (what am i saying, its always better if you can win doing 10 damage), also about the last post, maybe cut the Hunter's Insight, for it to be good, you usually need your important key creatures, at which point you don't need card draw if you already have them. also, because you have no way of putting counters on easily, maybe try some Scrounging Bandar, you can move counters around on upkeep.

Wizard_of_the_Broke on First modern event tonight. Elves ...

2 months ago

You went 0-4 because that list isn't great as-is and it was your first outing. Elves is hardly gonna kill every deck in Modern but it really isn't an awful deck, and it's probably amongst the top 20 or so Modern builds (though in the lower part of that 20, tbh) It can beat Infect (ahem, Melira, Sylvok Outcast), it can beat Skred, it can beat a lot of decks, especially if you splash black for good removal. But you can also stay mono-green and do okay without investing a ton more.

And I think your deck can get way better without tons of super-expensive stuff, or you might find a way to make some decent trades for stuff you want. Though Boza is right that there's no way around buying 4X CoCo.

On the manabase - for 2-color, you can live without fetchlands. Blooming Marsh and Overgrown Tomb are the best options, but you can also see if you can grab Woodland Cemetery, Llanowar Wastes, and who knows- you might grab a cheap Gilt-Leaf Palace or two.

Shaman of the Pack and Lead the Stampede are also obviously do-able. Fatal Push isn't too much, and you might have some playable stuff lke Doom Blade sitting around.

Abrupt Decay, again, would absolutely be the best removal option. But you can also go with Beast Within for a lot of problems, and Elves isn't a deck that should worry too much about a free 3/3.

For other SB stuff, you might think about a couple Chord of Calling and using a creatures toolbox approach, which often works better than spells with a CoCo deck anyway. There's Brain Maggot, Reclamation Sage, Scavenging Ooze, and Kitchen Finks. You could go dig up some weird,cheap, unexpected SB options like Mwonvuli Acid-Moss, Eyes of the Wisent, Creeping Corrosion, Obstinate Baloth, and Thragtusk if you can't afford the usual stuff (like Cavern of Souls).

And look, you won't go 4-0, certainly not until you learn the deck and get good at playing it. But beating a $1000-plus deck with a budget-ish build that isn't a straight-up netdeck is the most fun thing you can do in MTG.

Good luck in any case.

DemonDragonJ on Are there any non-legends that ...

2 months ago

The Eternal Masters artwork of Wasteland is clearly referencing the Modern Masters artwork of City of Brass.

Frost Breath shows Frost Titan.

It is very possible that Fire-Lit Thicket may be the same land as Auntie's Hovel, altered by the transition from Lorwyn to Shadowmoor (ironically, the hovel looks to be red/green while the thicket looks to be red/block or green/black). Similarly, Wooded Bastion may possibly be Gilt-Leaf Palace after the transition (again, looking more black and less white than the original), and Graven Cairns may be Ancient Amphitheater.

icehit6 on "Yes, they are Elves..."

3 months ago

Hi there, I'm the tribal elves guy over here at TappedOut! Just kidding, but I've been playing elves competitively for 3 years, and I've gotten some pretty impressive wins with it, along with constant top 3s at my FNM.

So if you're looking to get this deck competitive, there are a few routes you can go while keeping it budget. Do you like aggro elves or combo elves more? There are some cool things that you can do with both builds.

Being honest, what's really going to screw you over in a competitive elves build is land. I had my deck fully competitive minus the lands for a long time before I was able to get them, and it still ran fairly smoothly, you just lose a bit of resilience without the lands. The lands that especially screw you over are things like Razorverge Thicket and Horizon Canopy if you're running green white and Gilt-Leaf Palace, Woodland Cemetery, or Overgrown Tomb for green black. Other than those color specific lands, you've always got Cavern of Souls that puts you in a tough position, and Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx, even though it's on a cheaper side is still worth a pretty penny.

If you're not looking for me to bother you on certain builds with elves, but if you're definitely thinking of sticking with elves all the way up into a competitive archetype, then I seriously recommend you check out my deck for a pretty standard Green White elves, and my primer for a mono-green version. As for detailed decks on here, I'm limited to those two, however I am very knowledgeable as well about green black combo elves, and general green black elves (which is very similar to green white build).

Attached will be my primer and my personal competitive elves build :) If you have any questions, feel free to comment back to me or send me a personal message!

Dwynen's Army of Elves

Modern Elves Primer!

OneSlighGuy on GBW Elves

3 months ago

idk your budget, but a typical elves manabase is:

4 Windswept Heath OR Verdant Catacombs

4 Gilt-Leaf Palace free untapped GB dual is great!

2 Cavern of Souls

1 Temple Garden b/c white is a very light splash

1 Overgrown Tomb in case you need black in a pinch

0-1 Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx

0-1 Horizon Canopy NOT necessary, but sometimes drawing the card is nice

xx Forests

FWIW most Elves play 4 of Nettle Sentinel AND Dwynen's Elite. Nettle Sentinel is just very good in the deck and Dwynen's Elite helps you go wide; i think playing one 'instead of the other' is incorrect. i can't really comment on the Eldrazi Tron MU though, it doesn't exist in my meta. what cards are giving you issues specifically?

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