Phoenix Elves

Phoenix Elves Faction

Their eyes flash. Sweat glistens on the brows of their ash-smeared faces. A hot anger boils below their methodic exterior. The Phoenix Elves have discovered a summoning stone among the obsidian rocks of their volcanic home, and with it they march to war.

The Phoenix Elves forge their own fate. They are precise and deadly. Phoenix Elf Players like to deal in direct damage, forming strategies that do not trust the outcome of a die roll.


Summoners

  • Prince Elienphoenix-elves
  • A Hero Is Bornphoenix-elves
  • Burnphoenix-elves
  • Greater Burnphoenix-elves
  • Magic Drainphoenix-elves
  • Spirit of the Phoenixphoenix-elves
  • Queen Maldariaphoenix-elves
  • Conjure Phoenixesphoenix-elves
  • Lava Flowphoenix-elves
  • Passion of the Phoenixphoenix-elves
  • Phoenixphoenix-elves
  • Release the Houndsphoenix-elves
  • Wrath of the Volcanophoenix-elves
  • Conjuration Rulesphoenix-elves

Champions

  • Duke Ramazallphoenix-elves
  • Fanessaphoenix-elves
  • Fire Drakephoenix-elves
  • Helkarfallen-phoenix
  • Hellfire Drakefallen-phoenix
  • Holleasphoenix-elves
  • Kaebeerosphoenix-elves
  • Kaeseeallphoenix-elves
  • Karthosfallen-phoenix
  • Laleyaphoenix-elves
  • Maelenaphoenix-elves
  • Rahleephoenix-elves

Commons

  • Archerphoenix-elves
  • Cultist FPfallen-phoenix
  • Fencerphoenix-elves
  • Fire Archerphoenix-elves
  • Fire Beastphoenix-elves
  • Fire Dancerphoenix-elves
  • Firelingphoenix-elves
  • Guardianphoenix-elves
  • Harbingerfallen-phoenix
  • Warrior FPfallen-phoenix
  • Warriorphoenix-elves

Recent Unit Comments

Steamtech commented on Fire Dancer:

Nope. The attacking Unit would leave play when the Wounds kill it, before the end of the ability resolves. Hence the "if able" text in the ability.

Tispon commented on Fire Dancer:

If the unit damaged by blaze dodge dies, can the Fire Dancer still move?

Lets play a game! commented on Passion of the Phoenix:

yes! It has been stated, at least semi officially, that cards that effect all units will effect units that come into play after that event has been played. This also includes freshly infected zombie warriors on forbidden ritual turns, or priests that were surge summoned after you played holy judgement (i.e. this happens when you play HJ first to get three card into your discard)

Irisches Glueck commented on Passion of the Phoenix:

So if Karthos is in a Queen Maldaria deck, and 'Passion of the Phoenix' was played, then the freshly summoned 'Wrathful Dead' will have the 'PotP' boost?

freezinpee commented on Kaeseeall:

Miss K here might be useful in immortal princes deck. It might be a little difficult to pull off but if one can conscript the enemies commons, then when immortal prince puppy killer uses events like Burnt sacrifice or purge to use the enemies commons instead of your own.

killercactus commented on Fireling:

PURSUE activates before TRAMPLE, due to the "immediately" wording. So if an elephant moves onto and off of a unit and a Firelings is chasing it, the Fire line will not be able to move onto the trampled units space, even if TRAMPLE destroys it, because PURSUE happens before the damage from TRAMPLE. If an Elephant moves onto a Fireling with TRAMPLE, the Fireling will die and not get to PURSUE, because the Elephant has not moved "away" from the Fireling, so PURSUE does not trigger.

Nightfall commented on Fireling:

Trample is a move-activated ability, so yes, this can trigger pursue. So if the trapling Elephant moves along, pursue activates as long as the unit, that is trapled has been destroyed. I don't understand the second question ... if a fencer is trapled it recieves one wound marker, so it is distroyed. Trample is not an attack, so riposte would not trigger, even if the fencer would have two life points.

layziewyrm commented on Fireling:

How do trample and pursue work? If an elephant tramples a je unit to death next to a fireling, can it pursue? What about an elephant trampling a fencer?

TheDemagogue commented on Fireling:

The second part of my comment was for an earlier thing in the comments that I misinterperated.

Justantula commented on Fireling:

@Ariadna - Your example answers your question. The unit in your example moves right, which is moving away from the Fireling so you PERSUE and place the Fireling adjacent to that unit. Then if your opponent moves down like in the example, you PERSUE again. And if this doesn't help you, it's because your grammar is kind of hard to follow :/

Phoenix Elves Card List

Summoner

  • Prince Elienphoenix-elves
  • A Hero Is Bornphoenix-elves
  • Burnphoenix-elves
  • Greater Burnphoenix-elves
  • Magic Drainphoenix-elves
  • Spirit of the Phoenixphoenix-elves
  • Queen Maldariaphoenix-elves
  • Conjure Phoenixesphoenix-elves
  • Lava Flowphoenix-elves
  • Passion of the Phoenixphoenix-elves
  • Phoenixphoenix-elves
  • Release the Houndsphoenix-elves
  • Wrath of the Volcanophoenix-elves
  • Conjuration Rulesphoenix-elves

Champions

  • Duke Ramazallphoenix-elves
  • Fanessaphoenix-elves
  • Fire Drakephoenix-elves
  • Helkarfallen-phoenix
  • Hellfire Drakefallen-phoenix
  • Holleasphoenix-elves
  • Kaebeerosphoenix-elves
  • Kaeseeallphoenix-elves
  • Karthosfallen-phoenix
  • Laleyaphoenix-elves
  • Maelenaphoenix-elves
  • Rahleephoenix-elves

Commons

  • Archerphoenix-elves
  • Cultist FPfallen-phoenix
  • Fencerphoenix-elves
  • Fire Archerphoenix-elves
  • Fire Beastphoenix-elves
  • Fire Dancerphoenix-elves
  • Firelingphoenix-elves
  • Guardianphoenix-elves
  • Harbingerfallen-phoenix
  • Warrior FPfallen-phoenix
  • Warriorphoenix-elves
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