Brave the Elements


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Commander 2014 (C14) Uncommon
Magic 2014 (M14) Uncommon
Zendikar (ZEN) Uncommon
Promo Set (000) Uncommon

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Brave the Elements


Choose a color. White creatures you control gain protection from the chosen color until end of turn.

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Brave the Elements Discussion

Rhadamanthus on Blocking an Artifact Creature/red enchantment ...

1 week ago

Yes, your creature will take damage. Protection from (Q) means 4 things:

  • All damage from (Q) sources is prevented
  • Can't have (Q) auras and equipment attached to it
  • Can't be blocked by (Q) creatures
  • Can't be targeted by (Q) spells or abilities from (Q) sources

In your example, the protection from red given by Brave the Elements doesn't really do anything because there aren't any red objects trying to damage, attach to, block, or target your creature.

obiwin on Blocking an Artifact Creature/red enchantment ...

1 week ago

Everything I could find on rules clarification regarding protection from [color] and enchantment auras deals with the protected creature getting the enchantment. What I want to know is:

Say my opponent is attacking me with an artifact creature (say Consulate Dreadnought ) that has a red enchantment aura attached to it Siege Modification. I then block with a white creature and play Brave the Elements to gain protection from red. Will my creature take damage?

frogkill45 on Human

1 week ago

Brave the Elements Honor of the Pure these seem good for any mono white deck

jgc10 on Mono white human tokens

1 week ago

I'd replace the Anointer Priest with Soul Warden and try to fit a playset in. Maybe go down to one or two Increasing Devotion? It's a card that is expensive to cast and having four in your deck means you will get it often. The embalm cost is high for the Priest and the Warden gives you life with opponent creatures as well, not just tokens of yours. Plus you can play it a turn sooner. It's just plain better than the Priest IMO. Brave the Elements will help you with board wipes and similar plays.

Dadada5717 on Mono white human tokens

2 weeks ago

Intangible Virtue is something I'll definitely find room for, but I'm not sure weather to replace the Anointer Priests with the soul people.The embalm mechanic and the fact that they can actually block goes a long way. Brave the Elements seems like a useful sideboard card, but probabably not much else. Thanks for commenting!

jgc10 on Mono white human tokens

2 weeks ago

Intangible Virtue and Brave the Elements are inexpensive and could be helpful for this deck. If you're playing Modern, which is what it looks like here, I'd recommend Soul Warden and Soul's Attendant as additional creature options.

Emzed on Green/White tokens

4 weeks ago

Hey, I like your approach, but are you sure you want to play green mana just for Blisterpod, which is probably worse than Doomed Traveler would be in your list that cares about white creatures a lot, and Nissa? Nissa is a great card, and helps this deck a lot, no question, but she forces you to play lots of forests, which in turn makes Spectral Procession tougher to cast. Being mono white would allow you to play cards like Brave the Elements and Gideon, Ally of Zendikar instead.

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