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Enchantment — Aura
Enchant creature with another Aura attached to it
Enchanted creature gets +3/+3 and has first strike, vigilance, and lifelink. (Whenever it deals damage, its controller gains that much life.)
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Daybreak Coronet Discussion
1 day ago
I have Eldrazi Temple, Daybreak Coronet, Urza's Incubator, Craterhoof Behemoth, Progenitus 2 Relentless Dead, 3 Brimaz, King of Oreskos, and I'm looking for Asceticism, Attrition, Balefire Dragon, Kokusho, the Evening Star, Time Warp, Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir, Temporal Mastery, and 3x Isochron Scepter. I also have a binder with plenty more of my wants and haves. If you see anything that you like, please let me know!
Thanks in advance!
2 days ago
I play Selesnya auras (and enchantments in general) a lot and that card's boost is insane! Best card in the deck easy.
2 days ago
Hi! Your deck looks a lot like a Bogles list, so I'll suggest some cards that Bogles generally likes:
- Gladecover Scout is a cheap creature that can carry some early-game Auras without the danger of it being targeted by spot removal. A very strong card, Slippery Bogle also has the same effect.
- Spider Umbra has nearly the same effect as Hyena Umbra, giving a bonus and blocking a lethal hit.
- Daybreak Coronet is possibly the best aura in the game, giving +3/+3 and 3 relevant keywords for only 2 mana.
As for cuts, I'd remove:
- Sigil of the Empty Throne. While a 4/4 angel is certainly nice, Aura decks want to win with one or two really big creatures, not a bunch of tokens. 5 mana is also a little bit too slow for Modern without strong defense.
- Avacyn's Pilgrim is nice, but again, a little too slow. You'd generally rather have a Gladecover Scout.
- Aura Gnarlid is good, but again again, a little too slow. I'd remove 2 of them for Daybreak Coronets.
Looks like a sweet deck to play! Have fun, and I hope I helped :)
4 days ago
In reference to the typical Boggles list that was mentioned above, getting the extra turn of attacking in (on turn 2) normally speeds up your win by a turn. A turn 1 Slippery Bogle or Gladecover Scout followed up by a turn 2 Rancor + Ethereal Armor means a trampling first-striking attack for 4 on turn 2, which means the turn 3 Daybreak Coronet will make the creature an 8/8 that presents a win on turn 4. Playing out a birds on turn 1 means you don't start attacking until turn 3, so on average you don't win until turn 5 with a good hand. Plus, you'll need to hold up protection of some sort if you don't want your creatures to be pathed or in a few days Fatal Pushed. Having creatures with hexproof is integral to a strategy like this. I've been playing a similar deck for a while in my competitive meta, so here's my list for your reference:
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Let me know if you have any questions about the included cards, and good luck!
2 weeks ago
you could cut some lands 38 seems too many, especially in a mono colored deck. Some suggestions include: Spectra Ward, Bonesplitter, Heliod's Pilgrim, Golem-Skin Gauntlets, Daybreak Coronet, Hyena Umbra, Inquisitor's Flail, Mask of Avacyn, Prowler's Helm, Idyllic Tutor, all of the swords are good. Bastion Protector is also good.
2 weeks ago
Take out Temur Battle Rage for Battle Mastery. idk why you have Spectral Bears but definitely take that out for Spirit Mantle. Run Shield of the Oversoul due to its versatility, and take out Explosive Vegetation because it costs too much mana for what it does. Messenger's Speed, although not bad, will likely be redundant because you have so many other things that already give Uril trample, and for this reason I'd take it out for Open the Armory. Vow of Wildness is weak; sub out for Daybreak Coronet if you're willing to spend the money on this one. If you don't want to spend that much on it, get Spectra Ward instead. I would also suggest taking out Totem-Guide Hartebeest for Celestial Mantle. Finally, take out Fireshrieker for Gruul Signet.
2 weeks ago
Mana fixing is really expensive; that's the part of my build I'm on right now and it's pretty slow going, but if you're not actually determined to keep the price super low, and don't mind spending the money a little at a time, it works out. As for other suggestions though, I really do suggest you get that Daybreak Coronet in there. Corrupted Conscience is another good one just because you get to cheat it onto the field, and that huge Infect swing will ruin someone's day. I also suggest Spirit Mantle. It's nice to get protection from creatures for so cheap!
2 weeks ago
Even though this is a budget list I would still suggest Daybreak Coronet, the price has tanked from its reprint and narrow playability. The card is very powerful for the extra money. Making an already budget modern deck that much better to the nth degree is well worth the extra 20 bucks or so.