Wolf Token deck

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So I've got a Wolf Tribal deck that's pretty good but I wanted to see if I could build a deck that cranks out a lot of the 2/2 wolf tokens. Suggestions/Thoughts/Ideas?

What about [C]Mayor of Avabruck[/C]? Or a small splash of red for [C]Huntmaster of the Fells[/C]?
What about [C]Mayor of Avabruck[/C]? Or a small splash of red for [C]Huntmaster of the Fells[/C]?



I considered both but they make the tokens a lot slower than the options I went with, they're both better suited in a actual werewolf deck.
[C]Fable of Wolf and Owl[/C] seems out of place then, if you're going for speed. It's a lot to cast, and you're only utilizing half of it's abilities. What about [C]Kessig Cagebreakers[/C]? Could be good synergy with [C]Feed the Pack[/C]...
With all the mana elves Fable isn't too bad, and once it's out I get a wolf for every spell I play. That being said it is the slowest of my options and I may replace it. I've been thinking about the breakers but the down side is they aren't very effective unless my elves die and they're more useful in play. The Heedless also seems to work best with FTP.
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This has the same speed as the Mayor/Huntmaster, though I do like it's 2nd abillity and may put it in just for that.

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I hadn't thought of this, it would make a good replacement for the fable. Thanks

Ok how does this look?

A clunky combo is: Fable of Wolf and Owl + cloudstone curio + birds of paradise (or any 1 mana green creature that taps for :f, and a way to give creatures haste (such as fervor or anger or mass hysteria).  Infinite wolves.

You have some great cards in there:  wolfbriar elemental is a great card all by itself.
Wrens run packmaster is a great card, but I would play it in a deck with more elves.

If you are rich, there is garruk relentless 
I've already dropped the fable and a 4+ card combo is to hard to pull off. Wolfbriar is awesome with enough mana, and although Packmaster may work better in a dedicated elf deck since I'm running 18 other elves in this it should be fine. The main reason it's here is to give the tokens from all the other things deathtouch, I probablly won't even use its token gen unless I've got nothing else to spend the mana on. As for garruk, since he's a bit pricey and I'd most likely only want his search ability(which he needs to transform for) I think I'll leave him out.