Tendershoot Dryad

Tendershoot Dryad

Creature — Dryad

Ascend (If you control ten or more permanents, you get the city's blessing for the rest of the game.)

At the beginning of each upkeep, create a 1/1 green Saproling creature token.

Saprolings you control have +2/+2 as long as you have the city's blessing.

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

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Tendershoot Dryad Discussion

1empyrean on What to Do with Yavimaya, …

1 month ago

I was thinking last night of a Nemata, Grove Guardian deck with:

I really don't know if I want to build it with all the other decks im working on, though. If anyone wants to run with the idea, have at it.

NicodaPico on Vorinclex, Green Goodstuff

2 months ago

Some of your planes walkers are pretty good but some are not the best. Nissa natures artisan is just not a good planeswalker in this deck. Might i suggest some Nissa, Who Shakes the World , Vivien, Champion of the Wilds , Nissa, Voice of Zendikar , Jiang Yanggu, Wildcrafter , Vivien, Arkbow Ranger to name a few. They all go great with the double counter or double token with vorinclex.

For lands green has tons of good utility lands that can benefit from counter and token doubling. Oran-Rief, the Vastwood , Blast Zone , Khalni Garden , Llanowar Reborn , Field of the Dead to name a few. And green also has tons of land tutors to find these lands when you want them.

when when you're not getting planeswalkers going you can always go for the classic Rampaging Baloths , Helm of the Host to go crazy, Myr Battlesphere , Tendershoot Dryad , Mycoloth , Bane of Progress , Vigor . You can really just go crazy with tokens and counters here my guy

Crow-Umbra on Quandrix Geometry

3 months ago

Your deck looks like it's off to a great start for being new to this! One thing I'd recommend is maybe adding a couple more Mana Dorks like Fyndhorn Elves , Llanowar Elves , Elvish Mystic etc. You're creeping close to an average CMC of 4, and want to reliably cast not only Esix, but some of those bigger token producers.

I'd also recommend checking out Lazotep Plating as a board protection option, and has a token attached to it for Esix to play with. Other cheaper token producers to check out are Master of Waves , Spawnwrithe , Mist-Syndicate Naga , Scute Swarm , and Tendershoot Dryad . I would place more emphasis on Scute Swarm or Tendershoot, since they can pump out multiple tokens per turn cycle.

If you want to make use of Esix's ability, try to have creatures that have Enter the Battlefield Effects, which can be reused as you make token copies. Some potential cards for this effect use could be Reclamation Sage and Mulldrifter .

If you're interested, check out my Adrix and Nev deck Fibonacci Debauchery. It's not super budget, but I do have stuff in my Maybeboard that might be of interest.

I would also recommend checking out The Command Zone's Pre-Con Upgrade video. They talk about the Quandrix pre-con in detail and recommend some budget upgrades with Esix as the commander of the deck.

Sultai_Sir on What are Fun Non-Legendary Cards …

3 months ago

I've always been enamored with secret commander decks. Whether it's Riku of Two Reflections Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer or Sisay, Weatherlight Captain Winota, I've always loved to give a card more colors then it has. But as of late, I've been wanting to build around some other cards and these are the ones that've caught my eye. For reference, I'm planning on using Esika, God of the Tree  Flipas my General.

Paradox Haze : Hoo boy, this synergizes with everything. The Force Cycle , As Foretold , The Bringer Cycle , hell, you can use Starfield of Nyx to make Paradox Haze a creature and go ham with Progenitor Mimic or Followed Footsteps .

Divine Visitation : This is one of the more broken ones you could do. Any creature tokens you create become Serra Angels . Tendershoot Dryad ? That's one Serra Angel per turn. Darien, King of Kjeldor ? That's potentially 30 Serra Angels per game. The list goes on.

So what about you? What do you want to build around?

Freerunner19 on Beledros Witherbloom EDH

3 months ago

END_LORD Thank you for the suggestions. I will definitely be looking at a few of those. Tendershoot Dryad is awesome but it sits at over $10 so finding a spot for it will be pretty difficult. I already own all of the costly cards on this list which is why I included them. I unfortunately cannot say the same for Tendershoot Dryad. Maybe I'll add it as the deck evolves and I invest some more money into it.

END_LORD on Beledros Witherbloom EDH

3 months ago

Love the way the deck looks. I'm working on a more tuned ($$$) version of Beledros, but I have some pretty awesome budget and slightly pricy options that will hopefully help. Plumb the Forbidden after saccing one creature becomes an instant speed Night's Whisper which is pretty strong already and scales up higher the more creatures and life your willing to pay into it. Mycoloth was a card I ran for a long time till Tendershoot Dryad came around. Tendershoot requires no further investment after casting it, makes a token EACH upkeep like Beledros, and will even pump its own tokens for free after ascending. While it doesn't scale as high as Mycoloth can and does cost a tad bit more $$$ wise, the consistency and efficiency of Tendershoot Dryad is worth at least considering. Bastion of Remembrance is a recent aristocrat card that I feel doesn't get enough attention. As an enchantment it is crazy hard to get rid of and is very budget friendly. Dark Prophecy is a high risk/reward card that can get you a butt load of cards on a budget, but can drain you out if you're not careful. Viscera Seer . Cheap and free sac outlets are incredibly strong and nothing fits that description better than Viscera Seer . At one mana you're hard-pressed to find anything better and also has the upside of being able to sac itself incase someone tries to remove him. Add the scry on every sac and you've got a powerhouse of a card. After Commander Legends it went from slightly costly to dirt cheap.

multimedia on Treasure Hungry Korvold

5 months ago

Hey, well planned out strategies on a budget. Nice Diabolic Intent :)

Consider Priest of Forgotten Gods and more repeatable token sources? If you can fuel Priest then she's over powered in multiplayer Commander and a great way to grow Korvold and draw. Priest makes insane value with Korvold since for no mana, just sacing two creatures, you make all opponents sac a creature and lose 2 life, you draw three cards, make two black mana and give Korvold two +1/+1 counters. Priest wants a robust package of cards that are repeatable token sources.

Chandra's second 0 loyalty ability + Priest is a combo to be able to activate Priest repeatedly on your turn. The Elementals Chandra creates are saced at your end step meaning they will trigger Korvold and they don't have to attack.


You can speed up game play by adding more one and two drops that have interaction with Korvold or can be reliable ramp to cast him quicker.

Another way to speed up game play is the reduce the number of lands that will always ETB tapped such as Gruul Guildgate .

On a budget Savage and Ancestry are exceptions, but they can make one color of the three Jund colors, that's worth it.

I offer more advice, including cuts to consider. Good luck with your deck.

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