|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Commander Anthology (CM1)||Common|
|Eternal Masters (EMA)||Uncommon|
|Commander 2014 (C14)||Common|
|Duel Decks: Elves vs. Goblins (EVG)||Common|
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Creature — Elf
: Target creature gets +X/+X until end of turn, where X is the number of Elves on the battlefield.
Timberwatch Elf Discussion
1 month ago
2 months ago
I think I'll be adding more Ornamental Courage to the deck. This deck seems to be working best when it's totally agro. Having those two additional untap cards for our Elvish Archdruid , Priest of Titania , or Timberwatch Elf is often the difference between non-lethal and lethal. The (+1/+3) also can protect our pieces from early Lightning Bolts!. To make room I took out the Nature's Claim .
I also took out the Hunter's Insight . I was finding that it was only getting played during games that were already won. Glimpse of Nature , Sylvan Library or Worldly Tutor would be better card draw options, but I'm thinking simply adding more bees might be the best solution.
3 months ago
Have you ever thought about using Devoted Druid ? Together with Timberwatch Elf , that thing could provide some serious amount of mana! Unfortunately, you don't have anything else for buffing it, but that little combo might be cool when it works.
4 months ago
The deck continues to test well. Last game I didn't draw any of my bees, so I was instead attacking with a 34/17 Fyndhorn Elves with trample. I had two Timberwatch Elf , which could both pump twice thanks to a Seeker of Skybreak and Wirewood Lodge . I also had a Berserk . Could have technically been a 68/17, since I also had the second Berserk in my hand, but it wasn't needed.
4 months ago
Which creatures do you use as finishers? Or do you just use Timberwatch Elf 's ability to go big and smash the opponent?
10 months ago
1 year ago
the blue advantage was implied, im just saying that they are somewhat comparable, as good shell commanders for elfball. also marwyn has some good synergy cards that people may be looking over by looking at the elf part too much. some of the cards im about to list are sub optimal if you run too many, but show that she can generate decent value for pretty cheap: Aspect of Hydra, Aspect of Wolf, Berserk, Ivy Seer, Become Immense, Scent of Ivy, Strength in Numbers, Timberwatch Elf, War Dance, Wirewood Pride. now you shouldnt run too many of these because they are only one shot effects, but some of them add enough power to make up for that by making occasional big bursts of mana, and she is another umbral mantle/ parun abuser. i expect that her wins will be along the lines of huge pump spell> dorks> revelation> more dorks> craterhoof. i can easily see this being viable as tier 3. im gonna be brewing her soon anyway in hopes shes atleast respected as tier 3, she will be a good break from mairsil.
1 year ago
I often side in 2 Red Elemental Blasts for a BorderPost and a Tremble. Even 4, if I am feeling super salty. The trick here is to not let them make a board and get rid of all Timberwatch Elfs. Land destruction is hard in this match-up because most of their creatures produce mana. Surviving their initial is key.
Timberwatch Elf occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%