Daybreak Coronet

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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
Modern Masters 2015 Edition (MM2) Rare
Future Sight (FUT) Rare

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Daybreak Coronet

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

Bezter on Uril

1 week ago

Nice budget deck!

I think Celestial Mantle could be great here. Eldrazi Conscription is a little high on the budget, but it could be a good finisher.

Daybreak Coronet. Easy to enable, low CMC, lots of upsides. Vigilance is very helpful. Along with the +3/+3 (Which is really +5/+5 with Uril's ability), first strike, AND lifelink, I think this card is a great include.

Some more budget suggestions I have include:

Vow of Duty. Again, vigilance is good because you'll have a massive attacker and blocker should you need him. Additionally, you don't want your opponents stealing your big Uril with Mob Rule or Insurrection or something. Keeping you protected from your own guy can be important.

Possibly Flickerform to help save Uril from board wipes. You don't want to get 2-for-1 or 10-for-1ed with a simple Wrath of God.

An equipment, but Assault Suit can be good too. Sacrifice is one of the only ways to kill Uril since he has built-in hexproof. Giving Uril an Assault Suit can prevent him from being sacrificed by many things, including Celestial Flare, Wing Shards, Crackling Doom, and many others.

Hope these suggestions help! I like the low budget! Feel free to check out my budget Zurgo EDH deck: "Helmsmasher? I barely know her!"

NV_1980 on Avacyn, Judgement Day 8/22/97

1 month ago

For starters, I would drop all 'protection' stuff (with the exception of Baneslayer Angel). I know wards, scarabs and circles look useful, but they are not. The wards and scarabs only affect single creatures and will only help against a single color at a time. This means in multiplayer games, in which often enough you will face all MTG colors simultaneously, these will not help very much. Circles on top of that, are also very mana intensive to use. Especially against token decks, they become effectively useless.

If you would drop these, along with some of the other aura's that are not all that useful (examples are Holy Strength, Spirit Link and Daybreak Coronet), you could make room for 10 new cards.

Also, please note that there are now two Akroma, Angel of Wrath's in this deck. This is not allowed, so you need to get rid of one.

I would also recommend you take a good look at the cards I have suggested and compare them with the non-Angel creatures in this deck and decide for yourself which creatures would augment your strategies better. If it were me, I would use that list to make another 8-10 replacements.

Hope any of this helps. Happy gaming!

With kind regards,

NV_1980

Mandalorian on Ojutai's best of Azorius Hits

1 month ago

Here are some cards you may not have thought of yet!

Sovereigns of Lost Alara+Eldrazi Conscription

Umbra Mystic

Aqueous Form

Auramancer's Guise

Daybreak Coronet

Monk Idealist

In these kinds of decks I think its always good to have back up voltron creatures that can do what Ojutai was doing if he dies too much and cant be cast again.

Bruna, Light of Alabaster

Geist of Saint Traft

Ascended Lawmage

crackerzareyummerz on Kitsune Enchantments

2 months ago

vegaslights Thank you for the suggestions! I'll keep them in mind. So far Retether has served me well (and the price of Replenish certainly makes it easier to live without XP), but if that becomes more of a problem I will definitely add that! Daybreak Coronet would make winning with Serra Avatar waaaayyy easier, I think I'll add that in place of Skullclamp. Though I'm not sure about Starfield of Nyx, particularly since the flip-side of Rune-Tail, Kitsune Ascendant / Rune-Tail's Essence technically has no mana cost. I'll have to research that interaction more before adding that, since Rune Tail's Essence is very important to my deck. But again, thank you very much for your suggestions!

vegaslights on Kitsune Enchantments

2 months ago

This is a really cool deck- I love enchantments, and had a Uril deck back when I was first learning EDH: unfortunately it is really hard to not Voltron with enchantment decks in white but I think your deck looks to be more versatile. If you have the money: Replenish, Daybreak Coronet, and Starfield of Nyx my favorite card.

Pieguy396 on Modern Enchantments

2 months ago

Hey there! Cool deck you have here! I have some comments for you:

The way your deck is currently built, it looks like a hybrid of two of the most common enchantment-based decks in Modern: Bogles and Enchantress. I would recommend picking one to focus on, and ignoring the other. Bogles plays small, hexproof creatures (such as the namesake Slippery Bogle), and then buffs them with four or five Auras, such as Ethereal Armor, Rancor, and Daybreak Coronet. Enchantress, on the other hand, is more of a prison deck, ramping quickly with Arbor Elf and Utopia Sprawl, then dropping Ghostly Prisons and Story Circles to prevent your opponents creatures from attacking, then drawing a bunch of cards with an Eidolon of Blossoms, and closing out the game with a Sigil of the Empty Throne.

You might have noticed that both of those decks have something in common: Green. Green offers a lot to an Enchantress deck, ranging from ramp Auras (Utopia Sprawl), buff Auras (Rancor), and card-drawing engines (Eidolon of Blossoms). There's even cards like Herald of the Pantheon and Courser of Kruphix if you want to get really deep. I would strongly recommend adding Green to your deck, even if you don't choose either of the above routes, as there are so many good options the color has to offer.

If you do want to go the Enchantress route, I have an Enchantress deck that I love playing: Modern is Enchanting.

In any case, good luck with your deck, and welcome to the site! If you ever want feedback on one of your decks, feel free to leave a comment on my profile!

CaptSillva on Zur, Enchanter

2 months ago

Here are some sweet cards that I think you could consider for this deck. Serra's Sanctum, Replenish, Retether, Daybreak Coronet, Steel of the Godhead, Vanishing Important to note that Phasing out takes all attached cards with the creature, Pariah, Rest in Peace, Energy Field Combo's well with Rest in Peace, Doomwake Giant, and Sigil of the Empty Throne.

Gody322 on Budget Stalker, A.K.A. "Blue Bogles" (About $17!)

2 months ago

The problem with Eidolon of Blossoms and Oakheart Dryads is turn 3 and 4 are the turns you want to play your enchantments. Eidolon of Blossoms and Oakheart Dryads are both decent in the deck but you usually want to prioritize the enchantments.

If you wanted to add a second colour I would add white because then you can play Ethereal Armor, Daybreak Coronet, Hyena Umbra and just Path to Exile. If you want to see a non-budget white blue deck like this one there is one on MTG Goldfish here: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/deck/415901#paper

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