Priest of Titania


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

eatmygender on

1 week ago

I did some very light testing, and sure enough Locus lands were a whole lot more consistent and powerful compared to Urzatrons. It reminds me a lot of Cabal Coffers in terms of play, yet still a whole lot less powerful in accordance to the fact it's a tapland, can only run 8 relevant lands at most, etc. I still feel like it's a harsh ban, and commons with higher power level are incredibly welcome to the format, considering the most interesting commons printed/downshifted in the last 5 years were what... Nimble Mongoose? Moldgraf Scavenger? It's kind of underwhelming, and most pauper staples (Which are arguably just as powerful as Cloudpost, e.g. Priest of Titania) are format-defining, so it seems kind of counter-intuitive to ban cards that mimic the power level of what are pillars of some decks. Really, good commons should be printed more often, not banned. I do realize that occasionally meta will be inundated with a specific deck and it becomes a problem (cough Storm cough), but the power level of pauper varies between "null" and Tier-2 Legacy deck power, and it sucks when you know no matter what you'll still lose to Elves because all of the cards that could have helped you win are banned. Okay, rant over.

superbatema on Meren Combo

1 week ago

Update: Wanted to make the deck a bit faster, cutting out some "cute" cards, and add some toolbox stuff 1. Primal Growth OUT > Elvish Mystic IN 2. Mulch OUT > Satyr Wayfinder IN 3. Viridian Emissary OUT > Llanowar Elves 4. Crop Rotation OUT > Arbor Elf 5. Solemn Simulacrum OUT > Priest of Titania 6. Crypt of Agadeem OUT > Homeward Path WHY: 1, 3 and 4 are some of the 1cmc mana dorks I want to test at the moment. I'll decide on only adding these because I don't want to change the deck drastically and these are the best ones in my opinion (Given that I don't have a Birds of Paradise currently available. Primal Growth and Viridian Emissary are slower ramps and they needed to be cut off someday. Crop Rotation is currently out because I don't have a lot of utility lands to search for, and it felt like a weird draw 80% of my games. 2 was an obvious change, really, since Satyr is way better given it's a creature. The only reason I didn't change it before is because I couldn't find that card in my collection since I put it on a forgotten corner after so many whiffs with it. 5 was a bold move, after I counted that almost 1/4 of my creatures are elves, I wanted to test Priest to see how well she performs, although I'm a bit unsure on that yet 6 happened because the crypt never seemed to make a huge difference on table. Most of the time, it was just a swamp that entered tapped, wasting a turn. I know Homeward Path produces colorless, but I believe its effect is worth the for this cost. Besides, there's Urborg, so once that's on the battlefield, at the worst case, we can tap it for black. Best case, we avoid dying to spells and effects such as Insurrection. And since creature stealing is pretty common on the format, I believe that this new addition will work out quite well in our favor.

DrowZgam3r on Lamb of Meren

1 week ago

my favorite version of meren uses a heavy elf package with Arbor Elf,Boreal Druid,Deathrite Shaman,Devoted Druid,Elves of Deep Shadow,Elvish Mystic,Fyndhorn Elves,Llanowar Elves, Sylvan Ranger and Priest of Titania. Of course you dont have to go this in depth with mana dorks but I would definitely consider running a fair number of any of these cards.

As far as what I'd cut, its tough to say since you seem to be split between a reanimator and a aristocrats theme. But regardless I think these are easy drops:

  • Solemn Simulacrum: Its a good card but since you are in green and already have access to better ramp I think he would be a easy cut
  • Mortician Beetle: Strong in 1v1 but not really all that great in multiplayer
  • Golgari Signet: good ramp piece but if you are going to be using lots of mana dorks then its unnecessary.
But other than that I can't make any solid recommendations for what to cut because I'm afraid I'd be destroying the deck identity you have worked to build. So its really up to you to decide to cut based off of how you want this deck to function. Although as general deckbuilding advice, you only need a few big flashy creatures to finish a game and right now you seem to have a excess of large and hard to cast creatures.

On a side note I'd also recommend shelling out a few bucks to upgrade your manabase. Lands may not be the most glamorous purchase, but when it comes straight down to it a solid mana base will help you win more games than you would think. Even if you dont want to shell out a small fortune I'd still recommend any of these lands

SynergyBuild on X equals the purpose (Help ...

2 weeks ago

Really, they are used in mono-green lists a lot, with stuff like Yisan, the Wanderer Bard fetching Wirewood Symbiote, Priest of Titania, Fierce Empath for Great Oak Guardian, and then Temur Sabertooth for instant win. It takes like 4 turns, but for a 1-card combo, people are willing to do much more.

eatmygender on Tier 1 Pauper Elvish Insanity

2 weeks ago

Love the deck, but I have some issues with the sideboard choices. Let's start at Naturalize. Considering we're ramping to insanity, why not just run Broken Bond? You lose instant speed yet gain an amazing ramping ability. Tangle isn't really Pauper legal unless you're using MTGO (I will give it that), but Spore Frog does it for less mana (Albeit without the Sleep effect) and manages to be paper legal. Viridian Longbow seems like a bad include here, considering paying 4 to make Fyndhorn Elves a Pinger isn't great. Vines of the Recluse is p deece tho. I might end up building this in paper considering rummaging through a box of assorted Urza Block got me a (heavily played) playset of R̶e̶b̶e̶c̶c̶a̶ ̶G̶u̶a̶y̶ ̶E̶l̶f̶ Priest of Titania ^w^

+1, insanely powerful Elf deck, especially for pauper, no jank deck stands a chance at this.

SynergyBuild on Sisay Stax/Combo

3 weeks ago

Why would it be banned? I guess if your playgroup does the banning you can just fetch Yisan, the Wanderer Bard and use a line with him and cards like Wirewood Symbiote, Priest of Titania, and Mirror Entity to generate infinite mana and pump.

enpc on Thrasios Tymna Scepter Combo

4 weeks ago

All good :P

I would drop Hushwing Gryff, I don't think it adds enough value by itself. I'm not sure if Basalt Monolith is worth it at 3 mana. I think I would try to find space for Priest of Titania first.

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