Wirewood Lodge


Format Legality
Vintage Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal

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Set Rarity
Duel Decks: Elves vs. Goblins Uncommon
Onslaught 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

miampizza on "That Elf took my hand, officer!"

1 week ago

I could see this deck run utility lands such as Geier Reach Sanitarium and Wirewood Lodge.

Command Tower is always good in multicolored decks.

Reclamation Sage, Craterhoof Behemoth and Beast Within helps with sealing a game or deal with threats that slipped through your discard.

Corpse Traders is not very effective in a multiplayer format and Crypt Ghast is only useful if you drop Urborg.

Those were my thoughts for now, take them with a grain of salt. I believe every EDH deck should be a reflection of what it's creator considers fun.

MRDOOM3 on Freyalise, Llanowar's Fury, Upgraded?

1 week ago

Joraga Warcaller and Fauna Shaman are always nice, especially with Immaculate Magistrate. You also can try out Dwynen, Gilt-Leaf Daen, Timberwatch Elf, Jagged-Scar Archers, Wirewood Lodge, Copperhorn Scout, Skyshroud Poacher, Heedless One, and Mul Daya Channelers if you want.

Paradox Engine and Door of Destinies also seem as if they will work out really well here as well.

TheRedGoat on Sharpen Your Ears

1 month ago

So I'm a little confused on something here. Is this supposed to be a multiplayer only build or is it a duel commander deck? I do see a Sol Ring, and of course the deck is labeled as regular EDH, but I also saw commentary about "the top" (which shall not be named) that got me waning to check.

Anyway, as a side note did you realize that Argothian Elder can make infinite mana in the right scenario with Wirewood Lodge and a land that taps for more than one mana?

For actual commentary, have you ever heard of Tangleroot and how would you feel about using it as part of any of your combo effects? I admit I don't see where space could be made unless you started removing elves or lands, but personally I'm curious as to how well it could do. The same could go for Vizier of the Menagerie but he's not an elf so :P to him right?

Xezerex on Elves

1 month ago

Drop the Heedless Ones and half of the Promenades in exchange for a playset of Imperious Perfect. Beyond that, you'll want to maybe drop a single Nissa's Chosen as well as all of the Sylvan Rangers. They would serve you much better as 4-of Adaptive Automaton. After that, I'd say cut the Viridian Emissaries for some Elvish Mystic and swap out four of your forests for a full set of Wirewood Lodge.

Rzepkanut on Hugs are Drugs

1 month ago

Nature's Chosen and Wirewood Lodge for more parleys. Council's Judgment, Sigarda, Host of Herons and Pentarch Paladin for more ways to say no. Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx because who doesn't like extra mana? Cheers.

griffstick on Here I Come Again Asking ...

1 month ago

I may have suggested this last time, and it's still my favorite CMDR. You should make, Selvala, Explorer Returned because, You can build this deck many ways.With cards like Instill Energy, Thousand-Year Elixir, Paradox Engine, Magewright's Stone, Sword of the Paruns, Umbral Mantle and Wirewood Lodge, you can ramp the hell out of Selvala, Explorer Returned. I built her aroud tokens its super fun and strong and people like parly. For a really good reference click here this is my version of sevala but using tokens instead of big fatties. Another really fun CMDR that I'm hooked on at the moment and is becoming my new favorite CMDR IS Kaervek the Merciless, he can be an emergency button in the late game when someone (particularly to the right of you) gets out of hand. If you like politicking then this is the best CMDR, Simply strike deals with the players around the table to divert there removal spells at Kaervek the Merciless, and tell them hey cast as many spells as you can so we can take care of that over powered player at the moment. It's very easy in a 4 player game to deal 15 to 20 damage to a player with Kaervek the Merciless before your next turn. I don't have the best Kaervek the Merciless deck atm it's still working out the imperfections. I like to go the creature rout when building decks if you want to take a look at it here it is Kaervek the Merciless, BITCH!

JaysomeDecks on

2 months ago

Elvish Guidance is a solid ramp card, but it also goes infinite with your Wirewood Lodge and Argothian Elder.

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