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Creature — Elf Druid
Tap: Add X mana of any one color to your mana pool, where X is the number of Elves in play.
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Wirewood Channeler Discussion
1 month ago
Playing a similar deck, Ritual of Subdual is a must include imo. It usually wins me the game on the spot. If it resolves I am usually the only one left able to actually play cards. On top of that Freya can destroy artifacts that produce colored mana. It has very good synergies with both Freya's +2 and -2 ability. Paying the cumulative upkeep for a couple of turns untill you've won usually isn't a problem.
What are your thoughts on Zendikar Resurgent? Eventhou your focusing on Tokens you still got 33 creatures with the ability to replay them. Having really good results with it so far. For basic lands its pretty much the same as Mana Reflection with the upside of a lot of card draw. If you should get board wiped it's insanely good at rebuilding no time, which means it might add more stability.
Since you tagged the list as combo. What's about Staff of Domination, Umbral Mantle and Sword of the Paruns those can easily go infinite with Priest of Titania, Wirewood Channeler and Selvala, Heart of the Wilds. In our playgroup we decided to avoid infinite combos as much as possible, since those usually do not support interactive games with a couple of backs and forths. Ultimately allowing infinite combos will end up with everyone trying to combo off as fast as possible because it's the most effective way of winning in multiplayer EDH. Thats why I am staying away from them but I imagine those infinite mana combos would make your list more effective. They have redundant pieces and are easy and fast to assemble, thou you could cut other cards.
1 month ago
A couple of nights ago, using Wirewood Channeler and Itlimoc, Cradle of the Sun, I managed to cast Joraga Warcaller kicked 15 times and attack with Cultivator of Blades and 12 other elves. So each of those elves were +33/+33 on the swing.
2 months ago
Staff of Domination goes infinite with either Priest of Titania, Elvish Archdruid, or Wirewood Channeler and four other elves. The combo lets you generate infinite green mana, allows you to draw your entire deck and as a bonus gain you infinite life.
5 months ago
You have few enough blue cards that I would just go for BG with Nath of the Gilt-Leaf.
Here's my elves deck in case you want some more ideas:
5 months ago
This deck could benefit from more ramp. To stay with the elves theme, I would suggest Elvish Mystic, Llanowar Elves and Fyndhorn Elves. I also like Priest of Titania and Wirewood Channeler, which are basically extra copies of your Elvish Archdruid. If you need inspiration, my elves deck is here:
5 months ago
I would add Wirewood Pride and Craterhoof Behemoth as more win conditions, and add more lands. I don't feel comfortable going below 33, even in Elves. I would also consider Regal Force, Primordial Sage, Glimpse of Nature, and maybe Elvish Visionary and Lead the Stampede for card draw and Wirewood Channeler for ramp. All in all though, seems like a good and fun deck!
6 months ago
I'm just gonna add a bunch to the suggestions.
Ezuri, Renegade Leader: You have quite many Elves, and his mass buff effect can be cheaper than your commanders. That said, Overrun or Overwhelming Stampede are both spells from the Guided by Nature Deck you could consider as Win-Conditions. Thunderfoot Baloth is also great! Even if you don't consider the other previous cards, I would highly recommend, to put Thunderfoot Baloth into your deck!
You want some infinite mana combos?
Also, you may want to have more Elves on the battlefield, Freyalise, Llanowar's Fury,or Imperious Perfect alongside Parallel Lives or Second Harvest may achieve this, but since you are not running a lot of Token-Creators, you may want to stay away from the prevoius two cards.
Nissa, Voice of Zendikar may also be a convenient choice, as she can provide more targets for your mass-buffs, alongside granting a small AoE-Buff itself.
As one could tell, most of these ideas come from my own deck Guided by Nature Edit. :P
6 months ago
If you go through the linked article he explains a lot of the wheres and whys, first develops it into elf deck, then a better deck with more money, then finally "take out the worst 15 elves and put these in" which is the land stuff.
Elves kept: Caller of the Claw; Elvish Archdruid; Elvish Harbinger; Essence Warden; Fierce Empath; Immaculate Magistrate; Imperious Perfect; Joraga Warcaller; Lys Alana Huntmaster; Oracle of Mul Daya; Wellwisher; Wren's Run Packmaster; Yeva, Nature's Herald.
Elves lost: Arbor Elf; Birchlore Rangers; Elvish Mystic; Elvish Visionary; Ezuri, Renegade Leader; Farhaven Elf; Heritage Druid; Joraga Treespeaker; Llanowar Elves; Priest of Titania; Reclamation Sage; Timberwatch Elf; Titania's Chosen; Wirewood Channeler; Wood Elves.
Collective Unconscious got kicked for Shamanic Revelation, and Swiftfoot Boots for Lightning Greaves, just personal preference. The fella was cost conscious so I added to the manabase (Gaea's Cradle, Wooded Foothills, Windswept Heath, Verdant Catacombs and Misty Rainforest (basically the Forest Fetchlands and Cradle).