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This was my first EDH deck and I am still in love with it to this day! Mono Green elves built from the 2014 precon.

For a long time I kept Freyalise, Llanowar's Fury as the commander. I liked the idea of having a plains walker commander and loved her mana dork producing and enchantment/artifact destroying abilities. After making a few other EDH decks I realized that most of my wins came off the back of Ezuri, Renegade Leader. I decided I wanted my win con in the command zone and have always loved his ability to regenerate my other elves. After making this swap and reinforcing the elf tribal theme, I was able to pull off more wins with my meta's increasing power level. The deck still felt under powered compared to the rest of my meta. I dusted it off awhile back after seeing multimedia 's deck Ezuri's Fury (Budget) for another deck tech and it is better than ever! I originally didn't add better ways of making more and more mana. I thought I have infinite mana combos and tons of mana dorks i'm good on mana. After seeing multimedia 's deck something just clicked. Lot's of mana + Ezuri, Renegade Leader = at the very least nearly fatal combat damage. I was kinda just over thinking the deck I guess but reinforcement + redundancy after redundancy has made the deck amazing! I have other multi colored elf decks "I love elves" but my first is still my favorite.

What this deck does is generate enormous amounts of mana. This mana can be used to cause a win with our commander Ezuri, Renegade Leader or as a back up Nylea, God of the Hunt. Keep this mana in your pool to grow in power over time with Omnath, Locus of Mana.

Other ways to spend this mana include things like returning all of your enter the battle field creatures to your hand with Temur Sabertooth. Play Reclamation Sage or any other enter the battle field creature over and over again even infinitely. Return creatures to your hand and use Beast Whisperer to draw tons of cards when replaying them. You can also return creatures to your hand to avoid removal at instant speed!

Super mana dorks

Elvish Archdruid, Priest of Titania, Wirewood Channeler, Karametra's Acolyte,Marwyn, the Nurturer,Circle of Dreams Druid,Selvala, Heart of the Wilds and Viridian Joiner

Any of the above super mana dorks can go infinite in this deck. Umbral Mantle and tap any of the above for 3 mana and you have a infinitely pumped up creature. 4 or more mana and you have infinite mana. Sword of the Paruns is a lesser version of this combo at 4 mana for infinite mana.

Staff of Domination can abuse the super mana dorks to draw your whole deck or gain tons of life or pump infinite times with Ezuri, Renegade Leader.

Untap a super mana dork or normal mana dorks to make enough mana to pump with Ezuri, Renegade Leader for a kill with Copperhorn Scout, Quirion Ranger, Scryb Ranger,Wirewood Symbiote and Seeker of Skybreak.

Super mana lands

Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx, Wirewood Lodge, and any Forest with Elvish Guidance can generate huge amounts of mana in this deck. Untap any of the super lands with Argothian Elder, Bear Umbra or Voyaging Satyr. Untap a super Forest with Arbor Elf, Nissa, Worldwaker, or Nissa, Vital Force. Yavimaya, Cradle of Growth will make any other land also a forest.

Return any card with Eternal Witness or any permanent with Nissa, Vital Force.

This deck is the raw power of mana personified!

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Oran-Rief, the Vastwood and a single Forest out testing Timberwatch Elf back in and a new Nissa, Who Shakes the World.

Breaking a rule of not taking any lands out of decks for new cards here folks....down to 30....

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Date added 4 years
Last updated 1 week
Legality

This deck is Commander / EDH legal.

Rarity (main - side)

9 - 1 Mythic Rares

29 - 1 Rares

20 - 0 Uncommons

15 - 0 Commons

Cards 100
Avg. CMC 3.03
Tokens Ashaya, the Awoken World, Elf Druid 1/1 G, Elf Warrior 1/1 G, Emblem Nissa, Vital Force, Emblem Nissa, Who Shakes the World, Servo 1/1 C
Folders Uncategorized, Favorites, Elf commander, Elf Commander
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