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There are plenty better things you could do for 1Green.
Not to mention green one-drop enchantments.
Posted By: Mode (10/10/2009 5:56:32 AM)


This worked awesome in the Elvish Hunter/Spore Flower decks of Fallen Empires. One of my favourite archetypes.
Posted By: NeoMint (2/14/2011 6:45:08 PM)


FE is highly under-rated. This is one of the cards giving it a bad name. .5/5 because I can't go any lower...the worst card in the game.
Posted By: Psychrates (2/29/2012 4:38:48 PM)


Jiminy Christmas, green shouldn't pump toughness in order to survive a blocking assignment.

Green should be putting down an 8/8 on turn 4, with a Giant Growth or two in hand, and snarling, "Go ahead, attack me -- I dare you."

If blocking is actually an issue for you in green, might I advise Tinder Wall, Wall of Blossoms, Wall of Roots, or Vine Trellis -- all of which are much more versatile and will actually expand your mana pool rather than costing you 3GreenGreenGreen to give one of your blockers +0/+3 until end of turn.

Awful. Can't believe it wasn't reprinted in Homelands. 0.5/5
Posted By: Kefra (6/18/2010 4:21:04 PM)


A terrible way to waste mana. Green always has something better - except in this set and Homelands.
Posted By: Radagast (11/5/2011 9:50:07 AM)


Elven Fortress 2.0:

Elven Deep Wood -land. (Rare)
Counts as a forest.
Comes into play tapped. When Elven Deep Wood comes into play return a forest you control to owner's hand.
Tap: add GreenGreen to your mana pool
1Green: Blocking creatures get +0/+1 until end of turn. Blocking elves get an additional +1/+0 until end of turn.

"Finding yourself deep in elven territory can be one of the best defenses an explorer can have... provided the elves like you."

-Useful in multiplayer games.
-The name lends itself to puns :)
(Feel free to steal this idea Wizards)
Posted By: Phelplan (10/13/2013 12:03:11 PM)


Well, you can play it in multiplayer decks and use it for politial stuff.
Posted By: majinara (1/18/2014 7:11:14 PM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!