Daybreak Coronet

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

Figag on Grixis enchantment hate

4 days ago

I don't really like Young Pyromancer unfortunately - just not my style.

Hoping to dodge leyline is really my only hope. I do have Delver of Secrets  Flip mainboard, but the leyline REALLY turns off Bloodghast and Tasigur, the Golden Fang. Oh well, hopefully wizards just gives me a cmc=1 instant speed bounce spell for creatures and enchantments. Even non-aura enchantments would be fine. Although I'd love to bounce Daybreak Coronet and the like, the leyline is all I really care about. Tbh, i'd even pay 1 or 2 life to get that effect. I just want that at cmc=1.

Leyline is only played in 3.0% of decks, so I shouldn't see it too much. I'll just live with it for now, and use EE on the rest, but I would love to have an answer for it.

Ishiri23 on Heroic Aggro. A RW pauper deck

5 days ago

Try Favored Hoplite, Hero of Iroas, Phalanx Leader, Daybreak Coronet, and Guardian's Magemark.

I would also suggest using Hyena Umbra. I love wasting an opponents kill card with a totem armor that they completely forgot about (: If you like it, maybe try Eland Umbra and Felidar Umbra. Good luck!

If you have time, could you help me with my heroic decks? I made two: Heroes of the Rush and Make them fat.

I have lots of cards on them and need to desperately narrow them down, but I'm really not that good at this. Thanks if you do, It's okay if you don't.

TheAlexGnan on Rocket Science

1 week ago

hey man,

I read that you have issues with enchantments, I'm guessing things like Blood Moon, Rest in Peace, Spreading Seas and stuff. I had the same problem and did a thread on it recently. The result was twofold. People were saying "use Negate" but that was a bit clunky to me, so i looked into other cards and found the awesome Annul. Its now a 2of in my sidboard and does wonders in many matchups.I've come up with a list of the most important cards it hits:

AEther Vial

Amulet of Vigor

Spreading Seas

Hive Mind

Blood Moon

Keranos, God of Storms

Ensnaring Bridge

Rest in Peace

Daybreak Coronet

Expedition Map

Wurmcoil Engine

Splinter Twin

Intangible Virtue


Relic of Progenitus

and these are only the MOST played in modern. There's a TONNN more. need I say more about this card? here is the link to the thread:

The second card I am considering adding to my sideboard is Engineered Explosives. We can set it to 0,1,2 or 3, which gives us the range to kill practically all problematic enchantments/artifacts in modern. Its also generally pretty awesome against affinity, elves, tokens, GBx,...

those two are the main options you have. The one is cheaper and more efficient, the other is more expensive but more versatile.


NarejED on Wille zur Macht

1 week ago

Looks like a good start, but you're missing a lot of the staple enchantments that make Zur so broken. I finished optomizing my own Zur deck a few months ago, and have had extremely good luck with the following:

IN: Necropotence, Solitary Confinement, Steel of the Godhead, Daybreak Coronet, Stasis, Rhystic Study, possibly Empyrial Armor to close out games. These should all be pretty intuitive as to why they merit a slot.

OUT: Energy Flux, Ghostly Prison (almost totally inferior to solitary confinement), Gift of Immortality, Pemmin's Aura (redundant with Diplomatic immunity, and weaker in general than vanishing), Slow Motion, Soul Tithe, Stony Silence, Unhallowed Pact.

Zur has a number of instant win combos at his disposal that are also worth running. Rest in Peace + Helm of Obedience exiles a single opponent's library. Ad Nauseam + Soul Echo + Sickening Dreams kills the entire table at once. The first one is slightly more resilient, and takes up less deck slots, while the second is superior in large multiplayer matches.

Sorry I don't have enough time at the moment to offer any feedback on the rest of the deck! If you'd like, you could take a look at my list for some more possible ideas.

Hope is a Fleeting Thing Playtest

Commander / EDH* NarejED


Player3.14 on My First Competetive Bogles

2 weeks ago

I've got some tournamet bogles experience under my belt, so maybe I can help out:

While I do like the idea of mixing infect and bogles, I'm not sure that stragety is flawless. The strenght of bogles comes from hexproof, and the infect creatures don't have that. I can see you've added Apostle's Blessing & Emerge Unscathed to make up for it, but that actually complicates things further. Gaining protection from a color causes auras of that color to fall off, so a single Path to Exile or such can put an end to all of your hard work. Also, the protection spells are worthless if you fail do draw a glistener, for the above reasons. Finally, both strageties fall to the same sort of hate cards, especially Spellskite.

That aside, there are a few numbers things I would like to warn against. Generally, running two Dryad Arbor is bad; the reasons for this are that it only taps for one color of mana (a big deal in a deck that runs Daybreak Coronet) and it can't tap for mana the first turn it's out. Try to limit it to one. Secondly, Slippery Bogle and it's elvish twin are the core of the deck so they should each be a four of. 18 lands does seem a bit low, maybe add another. You could also consider running another Path to Exile, but that may not be nessecary with the spellskites in the main. There should be room for all of that if you take out the protections spells; fill the rest of the slots with more enchantments.

I would like to compliment you on your sideboard. It looks good; the only thing I would change is to add another Leyline of Sanctity for a Nature's Claim.

I hope this comment was helpful! Good luck!

CheeseBro on

2 weeks ago

stompy is really cheap and fast, but is it really a viable option? will it be able to win a game against a top tier deck? I agree that bogles just doesnt work without Daybreak Coronet

square711 on Red Hot Chili Bogles

2 weeks ago

Figag: yup, Burn is an awful, awful matchup for this deck. Since there are no non-white Auras with lifelink that I know of, I have added Feed the Clan to the sideboard. Game 1 is basically a free win for Burn, but G2 and G3 I can side out all Blood Moons for FtC's - triggering Ferocious is easy enough, and Volcanic Strength will give me mountainwalk even without Blood Moon. Not as great as having a Daybreak Coronet in play, but it's as close as it gets in R/G, I guess.

Color(s) White
Cost WW
Converted cost 2


Not legal in any format

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters 2015 Edition Rare
Future Sight Rare

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