Little Green Men

Ahh, just like the inventible season of spring, Green Red beatdown flourishes.  This deck is a beating too. There are several routes I could go with it. Fires is the obvious one, but I've already done that. I want to mess with people's heads and break out an Elf Deck.

This deck is designed to work with little mana and still be able to pound your opponent to a bloody pulp. It's sort of like those stompy decks running around in extended. I'm a little worried about connsistancy so help me out.
4 Llanowar Elves
4 Quirion Elves
2 quirion sentinal
2 veteran brawlers
2 horned kavu
4 chimeric idol
2 mungha wurm
4 blastoderm
4 citadel of pain
4 land grant
2 seal of fire
2 shock
4 rhystic lightning
4 invigorate
9 forest
7 mountain
I think this deck has alot of potensial and could soon be a tourny-worthy deck...but I also just made it yesterday and want it tweaked now as opposed to after six hours of me

Little Green Men

4 Llanowar Elves
4 Quirion Elves
4 Elvish Champion
4 Yavimaya Barbarian
4 Llannowar Knight
3 Horned kavu
4 Chimeric idol
4 Blastoderm
4 Eladamri's Call
3 Seal of Cleansing
4 Armadillo Cloak

4 City of Brass
3 Elfhame Palace
3 Shivan Oasis
4 Forest
4 Mountain
3 Plains

Ok, so I didn't stick to G/R, shoot me. I really, REALLY didn't want to do Fires again.  If you want the best G/R Type II deck, play Fires or the nearest equivilant and don't feel guilty. If you want to play an offbeat deck that has a shot at winning, this may or may not be it. It can deal with most of the serious threat cards in the environment, barring Wrath of God and Blinding Angel, but U/W control should eat this deck for breakfast game one anyway.
If you want to survive prison, pack 4 Kavu Chameleon in the sideboard.

The deck is all about Elves with Armadillo Cloaks running rampant over your opponent. Eladamri's Call is for fetching game breaking creatures, usually Elvish Champion or Blastoderm.  There's some standard utility in there, and I guess you can add more burn if you think you need it.  The deck was spawned by Skyshroud Elf, an obscure Tempest common that allows you to channel mana through him to produce Red or White mana. So, what would you put in a three color elf deck?

I'll admit, if I could, this deck would be filled with 1.x duals, Rofellos, Rancor, Overrun and other mean things.  So give the deck a whirl. Why should Goblins and Zombies get all the fun in Type 2?

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