Priest of Titania

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH 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
Commander Anthology (CM1) Common
Commander 2014 (C14) Common
Urza's Saga (USG) Common
Promo set for Gatherer (PSG) Common

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Priest of Titania

Creature — Elf Druid

: Add to your mana pool for each Elf in play.

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Priest of Titania Discussion

Dark_Danda on Derevi, Empyrial Tactician Staks/Prison

2 days ago

Ich würde folgendes ersetzen:

Quirion Ranger durch Boreal Druid (weil untap bringt nicht viel - höchstens mit yisan oder sisay oder als zusätzlicher forest untap)

Copperhorn Scout durch Mother of Runes (gleich wie oben nur, dass scout meist stirbt)

Gaddock Teeg durch Priest of Titania (nur gut gegen teferi)

Glowrider durch Yisan, the Wanderer Bard (weil zu gut mit commander)

Loyal Retainers durch Fiend Hunter

Timetwister durch Aura of Silence oder Birthing Pod (weniger riskant und gezielter - setzt auch kein lock voraus)

Sylvan Tutor durch Mystical Tutor (holt im prinzip indirekt enchantments, kreaturen, länder und mass-removal)

ForTheOldFrame on The Abzan Enchanter's Essential Style Collection

1 week ago

Philigan87: Thank you! I feel vindicated to know that some of the old cards impress you; you clearly know the modern game very well, and I think that if you like a card, it says something!

For Omnath (and related threats), I'm planning to run Circle of Protection: Red, Slaughter, and Deathgrip. The catch is that they're all very expensive to use; I can see the point of Armament of Nyx, if you don't expect too many Wraths or have a good way to get cards back from the graveyard.

Spectra Ward: I like the abilities but not the casting cost. I'd definitely prefer Flickering Ward, especially since it's a card-drawing engine with Enchantresses in play.

Silent Sentinel: use Monk Idealist.

Agreed that Broken Fall is unnecessary with Karador. It gives you some more draw with Enchantresses, but you don't need that if you're making efficient use of your graveyard.

Definitely drop the Boon Satyr. What do you think of Brilliant Halo or Fallen Ideal in his role?

I agree that Dueling Grounds isn't the best card here; it's one of those cards that either you build the whole deck around, or you don't use at all...

Some other cards I think you'll find interesting:

  • Light of Day is a one-card win condition against most Zombie decks.
  • Allay. (Note, Shred Memory can tutor into it.) I think Allay has a place in almost any deck, but it's something to worry about once people who splash white discover it. As answers to it, there are three white counterspells in Future Sight (there's a "List of Color Pie Bends/Breaks" that mentions them) -- and there's Null Brooch, from Exodus, the same set as Allay itself.
  • Sacred Mesa. At first I was stubbornly running it because I liked the flavor; but I'm starting to think that it's a really strong card. Look at Black Market + Sacred Mesa + Twilight Drover , especially!
  • For mana ramp: Carpet of Flowers and Priest of Titania. Priest of Titania is one of those cards that breaks the game completely if she sticks around -- and I think she's on-theme for this deck, too! (Imagine getting away with Priest of Titania + Soul Foundry .)

ForTheOldFrame on happy decks

1 week ago

digbickmcgee: People play Magic for a variety of reasons; I think WBG is a fellow Vorthos. Personally, I'm here for knights, thallids, and magical horses; for the powerful sense of old-fashioned civilization that Magic can often convey (nonbasic lands, Trading Post, Castle, Knighthood, Worship, etc.); and for the few musketeers we've gotten so far -- along with the magical pre-8th-Edition frame and the beautiful look of Mirage block. I'm not going to hold it against anyone for having strong aesthetic preferences of their own, especially not ones that seem to have a little in common with mine.

WBG: Look at the Enchantress deck archetype; also look at tokens and Storm, if you're a little flexible on violence. (The classic finisher for the High Tide variant of Storm decks is Brain Freeze, which is probably not up your alley. Tokens tend to involve fighting with knights, soldiers, and pegasi, under the command of figures like Sidar Kondo of Jamuraa, Radiant, Archangel, and the occasional real-world general like Kongming, "Sleeping Dragon"; I'm perfectly comfortable with this sort of semi-storybook violence, though it sounds like you might not be.)

Try winning the game by generating infinite mana and decking your opponent. Stroke of Genius is the traditional finisher for this, or, again, Brain Freeze in High Tide.

Nacre Talisman, Malachite Talisman, Staff of Domination, Sword of the Paruns, Argothian Elder, Priest of Titania, and Freed from the Real are in-color cards that it's very easy to build infinite-mana engines around. High-mana-output lands are the natural complement for most of these; look at Growing Rites of Itlimoc  Flip, Selesnya Sanctuary, Azorius Chancery, and Simic Growth Chamber. (Tolarian Academy, Gaea's Cradle, and Serra's Sanctum -- in order from strongest to weakest -- are the best infinite-mana-engine lands in the game, but they have prices to match. If using any of them nonetheless, look into Stormfront Riders and the Ice Age Talismans.)

Also, there's some white removal I think you could put up with: Swords to Plowshares, Path of Peace (look up the original art), Settle the Wreckage, Pacifism, Cessation. Look into the Circles and Runes of Protection, too.

dum321 on Ezuri, Taker of Turns

2 weeks ago

Hi Keegomas. For protecting the combo, I recommend Muddle the Mixture. Not only can it counter a pesky spell trying to stop your combo, you can also use it's transmute ability to tutor up Sage of Hours. Swan Song and Negate are also some good mana and budget friendly options. For ramp, there are a bunch of great elves at your disposal like Elvish Mystic, Llanowar Elves and my personal favorite Priest of Titania. Gyre Sage, Viridian Joiner and Marwyn, the Nurturer are a little bit slower, but work great with Ezuri's +1/+1 counters. I run Ezuri myself so feel free to take a peak at my list if you're interested.

metalrayn on The Gramercy Riffs Warrior Tribe

3 weeks ago

ah very nice, i can get down with a good shuffle! your general being an elf helps a lot as well and you are running a little ally synergy, i personally would push elv's farther to be able to abuse your general as much as possible it would open you up to Elvish Vanguard and Presence of Gond which with your general could be a power house on its own, maybe even Priest of Titania in place of cards likeOran-Rief Survivalist,Graypelt Hunter and Jungle Delver those i think might not get you as much value or at the very least be slower to build

Imperious Perfect Pauper EDH this is an elf deck i have maybe not fully up to date but if your interested in pushing elv's it could offer some inspiration!

crowned on [List - Multiplayer] EDH Generals by Tier

3 weeks ago

Kiyomei - Abzan has a great color set for a midrange-control type shell, that's true. However I wouldn't underestimate Bant. You have great flicker tools and recursion for those, you also have 2 worse Priest of Titania-esque creatures in the form of Axebane Guardian and Overgrown Battlement. Maybe it's possible to build sort of a 75% Derevi with all the untap shenanigans he has and realise those with flicker?

OP_Sigma on Wanderer's Song

4 weeks ago

I wanted to try a cEDH since my meta grew out of control and my casual decks can't manage to win even 1/10 of the games.

Since I don't mind going infinite and I like my deck to be toolbox-ish. Yisan seemed like a good one to start with, having the majority of the expensive cardboard pieces.

What do you think of Wirewood Lodge? Do you think it could be something to add?

I Think it could be great with Priest of Titania.

ThallionDarkshine on Guilt-Leaf (Needs Suggestions)

1 month ago

I'm not a huge fan of one-use single-target discard, especially stuff that's very conditional like Pulling Teeth (probably like a 50% chance to do nothing), or stuff like Necrogen Spellbomb (needs some kind of artifact recursion engine to be powerful).

In addition, I feel like a couple of your card choices have much better versions that you could run. Withstand Death feels much worse than Heroic Intervention, and the 1 mana difference is not all that significant. Eyeblight's Ending, while very flavorful, is a 3-cmc kill spell and there are quite a lot of powerful elves you'll want to be killing. Doom Blade, Murderous Cut or Hero's Downfall feel like much better options.

Finally, you're missing the best mana elf of them all: Priest of Titania. A 2-cmc dork that taps for tons of mana is incredibly powerful, and with a 5-cmc commander, you'll want every bit of powerful ramp available to make sure you can keep casting him and making hordes of elves.

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