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Cloak and Dagger
Tribal Artifact — Rogue Equipment
Equipped creature gets +2/+0 and has shroud. (It can't be the target of spells or abilities.)
Whenever a Rogue creature enters the battlefield, you may attach Cloak and Dagger to it.
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Cloak and Dagger Discussion
6 days ago
Your philosophy is definitely understandable. My deck strays a bit so far.
I've found that Cloak and Dagger plays since, auto equips Grenzo, provides protection, and bumps him up another +2/+0
With my deck in transition from goblin tribal I played last night with good success. Had Purphoros, God of the Forge out and Illusionist's Bracers on Grenzo. Managed to pull a win despite my primary opponent making me constantly discard. Those Arcbound creatures hit hard btw.
Most fun I've ever had with Grenzo :)
2 weeks ago
I would remove Cloak and Dagger Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth Doomsday Pentavus Sadistic Hypnotist Tuktuk Scrapper Viscera Seer Goblin Bombardment. Watch this and it should help you out even more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CT1btaotMpk
1 month ago
Ironic you didn't add Cloak and Dagger
2 months ago
Thanks ersatz_olorin I hadn't seen Breath of Fury I might play test it, it works well with Cloak and Dagger, Rogue's Passage and my tokens.I am not sure how Braid of Fire works, is it just on free mana until you can't afford it's upkeep?
3 months ago
Cloak and Dagger is interesting. But in the end I'll just want a regular sword. :)
4 months ago
So this one is a bit tricky. Hands of Binding itself can't be cast because there is no legal target, however, as you read closely you'll find that the encoded card let's you cast the spell again. This happens only when the trigger resolves.
Since you have two triggers coming of of combat damage, the way you want to choose them is:
End of stack
Without responses from your opponent, the Trygon Predator will target and destroy the Cloak and Dagger. Then cipher trigger will resolve, allowing you to cast the spell Hands of Binding. You will do so and put it on the stack. Then you have to choose targets for it, and since there is no more shroud, you are free to target the Inkfathom Infiltrator.
This works only because you don't just place the copied spell on the stack, but have to resolve a trigger first. If you would place it on the stack when combat damage is dealt, the creature would still have hexproof and as such isn't a legal target.