Wirewood Lodge


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Duel Decks: Elves vs. Goblins (EVG) Uncommon
Onslaught (ONS) Uncommon

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Wirewood Lodge


{T}: Add {1} to your mana pool.

{G}, {T}: Untap target Elf.

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Wirewood Lodge Discussion

KillTheIslandUser on Emmara, Soul of Sacrifice

2 weeks ago

So here are some things I think will help the deck improve vastly for combo efficiency as well as speed of deck, and consistency.

Faster Mana suggestions:

Mox Diamond, Exploration, Ancient Tomb, Selesnya Signet, Arbor Elf.

Utility Lands Suggestions:

Deserted Temple, Horizon Canopy, Flagstones of Trokair, Wirewood Lodge. Even with these additions, you still have more than basic lands for Earthcraft. Hell I've played earthcraft in a deck with 10 basic lands total and still had no problem hitting it.

Tutors to help consistency of deck:

Sylvan Tutor, Survival of the Fittest, Natural Order (this one might not be as good for you.. but you can always sack your commander if need be depending on your line of play... like the selvala, wormcoil, variation of the combo. So if they already blew up your thornbite staff... you can still mill them out with selvala and dosan/grand abolisher line. While we want to streamline the combo... sometimes plan B and C are necessary... as we can get hated on. The deck should be able to get through hate as well. Heliod's Pilgrim again is not the best atm... but idk what other aura's you are gonna put in... lawl maybe Burden of Guilt jokes! The squirrels nest combo can be easily achieved on this tutor if you already got out earthcraft.

Other Utility/Win conditions that use the cards the you already have in the deck:

Selvala, Explorer Returned, Viridian Joiner. As I stated in the FB post.. you already run one of the cards... so these are just other outs to win if all else fails. Selvala might be harder for you to run, but she is a good utility creature in your deck. Especially when you need to draw in green... and white.... which we both know is hard as shit, and she adds a bit of mana to us. The joiner though is just infinite green mana, so it is a nice edition to the deck period, and can be an another win condition set up.

Also you have 2 open the armory in your list.

Splitcell on Selesnya Tokens

1 month ago

I really like Eldrazi Monument and Glare of Subdual I run them in my Rhys deck which also happens to be one of my favorite decks. Also a land card that can do wonders for you is Wirewood Lodge and when paired with cards like Priest of Titania (A card I have been meaning to get) and Elvish Archdruid makes for VERY explosive turns. Either way looking good

doctornayle on JLK's Emmara l Game Knights #21

1 month ago

Following on the theme of lands that help your gameplan, Wirewood Lodge might be a good include here.

multimedia on Selvala Hearth of the wilds

1 month ago

Hey, saw your forum topic. I don't think Planar Bridge is a good card and I don't think you need it here :)

Instead consider Fierce Empath? This Elf can tutor for any one of the Eldrazi Titans or other big stuff like Vorinclex or Elderscale. Empath doesn't put the creature you tutor for onto the battlefield like Zenith does, but it can tutor for creatures that Zenith can't such as Eldrazi. Empath puts the creature you tutor for into your hand this can be just as good with Selvala as putting it on the battlefield. With Empath your essentially paying an extra three mana to first cast Empath and then just play the creature you get with Empath.

Consider Ghalta, Primal Hunger? It's another creature who can benefit from Ancient and other low CMC high power creatures. You can reduce Ghalta's mana cost up to . It can be a potential consistent 12/12 creature for two mana in this deck and that's busted with Selvala.

Consider Wirewood Lodge? This land can untap Selvala or Treespeaker letting you use their mana abilities twice a turn. If you have more than one Lodge in play then you can untap Selvala even more times.

Good luck with your deck.

Pieguy396 on Ezuri Elf Tribal

2 months ago

Hi! Looks like a good start to me! Here are some suggestions:



Hope this helps! Feel free to message me any time!

jiebie on [Strong] Swinging Tokens

2 months ago


A good way of having more tokens is to untap your general to quadruple the amount of tokens in the same turn. Wirewood Lodge is cheap and amazing with your general and does not even take a card slot.


BlazingPheonix on Marwyn the Nurturer of Victory (Highpower Elf EDH)

3 months ago

TheRevisionary Crop Rotation is essentially a ritual. The most common land to get is Wirewood Lodge - the whole interaction costs GG (G to cast rotation and G to activate lodge) and this will net you however much mana your biggest elf taps for. Nykthos is the other option, this interaction costs 2G, and can generate more mana in some situations (for instance if your elf ate a removal spell but you still have a board).

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