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T think that this deck can be better if you are interested in token aggro then I would think about replacing the 4 Quirion Dryad with 4 card:Centaur's Herald. I would also consider cards like Intangible Virtue and as wreckedd mentioned above Parallel Lives . Also (going with the token theme) I would also consider such cards like Gather the Townsfolk , Midnight Haunting , Increasing Devotion , and any other cards that pump out tokens quickly. If you trust it, putting in a Collective Blessing or two will really make the difference in a game.
Now if you are not thinking about tokens so much I would think about putting in Elite Inquisitor , Thalia, Guardian of Thraben can be good if you are swarming your opponent with creatures and they are having a tough time playing instants (blue, red, or black) and trying to kill your creatures, plus First Strike is good!. Silverblade Paladin would be great as well. In retrospect to that, I would take out the Quirion Dryad , possibly 1 Wayfaring Temple , and possibly Dryad Militant because it doesn't go with the rest of the deck. It's a 2/1 for 1 green or white mana, but it lacks first strike. Also again, Collective Blessing can work here as well. I really do like the build so far though. +1 from me. Please look at my decks, thanks! :)
Just a few suggestions, here you have 3Wayfaring Temple , and 4 Champion of Lambholt , but 4 Call of the Conclave . The former two would benefit more from the latter being replaced with Gather the Townsfolk , because each benefits more from multiple creatures rather than bigger creatures. With 4 Rancor and 4 Selesnya Charm , Wild Beastmaster wouldn't be a bad idea.
Grove of the Guardian in the land base and Silverblade Paladin would be great additions, especially with Rancor . If you dont put in Grove of the Guardian or some other kind of larger token production such as Armada Wurm , I suggest taking out Wayfaring Temple and putting in Geist-Honored Monk , as producing more tokens then becomes a better addition instead of populate. Although it is a little higher on the mana cost, I think it would complete your curve pretty well.