|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Eternal Masters (EMA)||Uncommon|
|Magic Origins (ORI)||Uncommon|
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Shaman of the Pack
Creature — Elf Shaman
When Shaman of the Pack enters the battlefield, target opponent loses life equal to the number of Elves you control.
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Shaman of the Pack Discussion
1 week ago
Like it, but with a couple of questions. 1: Why don't you have Collected Company or Chord of Calling? Your deck is definitely unique, but this is elves. Their real strength in modern relies heavily on those cards to find a key elf (usually Ezuri, Renegade Leader) or to rebuild after a wrath. 2: You're not running Elvish Archdruid... Might I ask why? Its super good in just about any elf deck, as it ramps you really hard. 3: This is not super necessary (just make the deck more competitive) but you should splash a color. Splashing black gives you access to good removal and disruption, plus it allows you to run a little card called Shaman of the Pack, which is super good in elves. Splashing white gives you Path to Exile and the classic Devoted Druid plus Vizier of Remedies combo, which can be abused with Ezuri, Renegade Leader for infinite pump on your elves.
2 weeks ago
I would run a couple swamps just so you are able to cast Shaman of the Pack. You have 6 creatures that allow you to play it, but lands are typically harder to remove than creatures. Just run 3 or 4 swamps and 1 or 2 Evolving Wilds.
Pretty good budget Elf deck, I will say.
3 weeks ago
Great deck! Love elves! I would consider splashing black for, you guessed it, Shaman of the Pack. He provides great reach to get you past a board lock you might find yourself in with a prison deck or counters deck.
If you have time I would love to get your eyes on my planeswalkerless Abzan build Abzan Beatdown. Good luck at the tables!
1 month ago
Flickerwisp would be good, but it may detract from the overall win condition in scenarios where it is drawn in number, so a one or two of would be the best route. However, it's two hard white mana to cast and without Shaman of the Pack really doesn't do much. Sideboard it would have potential. If you are wanting to use multiple Shaman of the Pack triggers there might be better ways to go about it. Strionic Resonator being one.
1 month ago
Sorry, the only trolls I like are Magic cards.
1 month ago
Jimmy_Chinchila N4kk1 please keep it civil. I don't think Hushwing Gryff would be too great as my deck would probably be more vulnerable to it than my opponents with 4 Dwynen's Elite, 3 Elvish Visionary, and 4 Shaman of the Pack. Appreciate the suggestion though :)
1 month ago
N4kk1 then you should probably stop trolling other people's deck's comments section and get a job, or just stop playing Modern.
Gryff irrelevant? It has a weak body but it's meant to gain tempo and buy a turn. Here's a few things it shuts down or weakens: Snapcaster Mage, Torrential Gearhulk, Primeval Titan, Kitchen Finks, Anafenza, the Foremost, Eternal Witness, Thought-Knot Seer. It also is good in the mirror as you can limit their Shaman of the Pack combo kill and then use Ezuri to go over their team. Maybe it's more meta specific but certainly not irrelevant...