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Creature — Elf Warrior
Whenever one or more other Elves enters the battlefield under your control, create a 1/1 green Elf Warrior creature token. This ability triggers only once each turn.
[[symbol:5]: Elves you control get +2/+2 and gain deathtouch until end of turn.
3 months ago
5 months ago
Maybe consider Seedborn Muse, since you have a lot of tap effects.
Cuts I might make from your maybe board:
5 months ago
Maybe you can get some inspiration with my golgari elves deck. It‘s fast af and if not stopped early enough, it will overrun. Often a boardwipe is not enough, because it can rebuild fast.
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End-Raze Forerunners as a budget Craterhoof finisher.
You have 38 lands (+1MDFC), thereof 8 that come into play tapped + 1 come into play tapped if the conditions aren’t met (and the mdfc). That are way to high numbers, the tapped and the total. I would cut up to 4-5 tapped lands and swap them for spells.
In addition, the coloured mana is mostly green… so swapping 3 Swamps for forests could smooth out your mana-base.
7 months ago
Dwynen's Elite & Elvish Warmaster are great token factories, I know they don’t fit the Druid subcategory, just giving options. How is this deck mana wise? Nykthos is cute, I use it in my vampire build and it’s great when it goes off, but can’t depend on it surviving to get those bigger things out. Overall I like the idea and direction, good job.
7 months ago
The first play-test with Glowspore Shaman was ehh. Tossed one of my win-cons Haunting Voyage in the graveyard in addition to 2xElvish Warmaster but that one isn't so bad since I can always bring 'em back with Raise the Draugr
8 months ago
Some "efficiently costed token makers": Arachnogenesis, Artifact Mutation, Beacon of Creation, Chatterstorm, Deep Forest Hermit, Dragonlair Spider (?), Elemental Mastery, Elvish Warmaster, Fungal Sprouting, Night Soil, Ranger Class, Saproling Burst, Scatter the Seeds, Scute Swarm, Sporemound (?), Sprout Swarm, Tendershoot Dryad, Thelonite Hermit,
11 months ago
I run a GB elf deck in modern. One of the strongest cards is Heritage Druid. He lets you power out several elves turn 2, usually too many to kill off. He works great with Dwynen's Elite and Elvish Warmaster who also works great with Elvish Archdruid. Going wide is what elves specialize in, which works great with Shaman of the Pack. Going fast and wide will help you outspeed the vampires. Realmwalker let’s you cast several elves off the top a turn, especially with Heritage Druid. The best card advantage engine however is Collected Company. It’s amazing. To see how the deck plays, you can test out That Stupid Elf Deck.
1 year ago
Yeah i’d say playing the full playset of Collected Company could be a good move. Though I do see a lot of elf decks running Chord of Calling because being able to fetch specific elves is often very useful for quick wins.
To address your specific card questions:
Garruk Wildspeaker is still slow and assuming you’ll be able to ult him without issues isn’t a foolproof plan. Ezuri, Renegade Leader is just a much more reliable and powerful card, so we’re better-off searching that up, than messing around with with Garruk.
Lys Alana Huntmaster does make a lot of tokens, but doesn’t interact well at all with the Collected Company you’re running. Aside from that, the card being 4cmc makes it awkward to get out early - and in general Elvish Warmaster is just a much stronger card in that it comes out early, still makes tokens, and provides a wincon.
Imperious Perfect doesn’t offer much because it’s “just” a lord. Other elf lords provide other things, namely mana or forestwalk (Elvish Champion, Elvish Archdruid), or some form of card advantage (Elvish Clancaller), but this thing just provides really slow token production. Elves are hyper aggressive so if they’re tapping they want it to be for an attack, or a meaningful advantage.