Emeria Angel


Format Legality
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Iconic Masters (IMA) Rare
Zendikar (ZEN) Rare
Promo Set (000) Rare

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Emeria Angel

Creature — Angel


Landfall —— Whenever a land enters the battlefield under your control, you may put a 1/1 white Bird creature token with flying onto the battlefield.

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Emeria Angel Discussion

Boza on What enchantment recursion is there ...

2 months ago

Emeria Angel if you play a plains is the best I could find.

MFarrar on You Zacama be Kidding Me!

3 months ago

I agree with the Emeria Angel swap as Shalai, Voice of Plenty is bonkers. also agree with the Lightning Greaves swap but the rest I'm not sure they are better, especially the The Immortal Sun. don't take that card out but if you do I want it lol

DarkJester187 on You Zacama be Kidding Me!

3 months ago

Finding the build either dumps the hand quickly then durdles, or struggles to hit the top end without mana doublers. To smooth out the build a little more considering the following changes: Emeria Angel for Shalai, Voice of Plenty, Fumigate for Rout, The Immortal Sun for Sunbird's Invocation, Courser of Kruphix with Odric, Lunarch Marshal, Selvala, Heart of the Wilds with Ulvenwald Tracker, Hammer of Purphoros with Fires of Yavimaya and maybe swap Lightning Greaves for Swiftfoot Boots as the Shroud is problematic at times.

pummelhuff on Azor's Legion

3 months ago

Cards I suggest:

Situtational suggestions:


  • Arcane Denial good 2 mana counter in edh and you don't lose a card

  • Dream Fracture good counter in edh and you don't lose a card

  • Unwind depending on how good rewind is, maybe an option.

  • Silumgar Sorcerer creature counter with the possibility to attack.

  • Stubborn Denial I like stubborn denial with commanders which already give you ferocious.

meta dependant suggestions:

questionable suggestions:

JoeBlondie on Sram | Senior Enchantress

5 months ago

Hi!I answer in order:

Return to Dust the card is strong, no doubt about it, I run it in another deck that is weaker on card advantage and desperately needs spells like this. I don't run it here for a couple of reasons. First, my take on Sram requires me to really use well my turns in a proactive way. I really want to advance my board state or my virtual position (with my hand) every turn and I usually can't afford to spend my main phase with a 4-cmc targeted removal for it's maximum value. I can't even cast it on opponents' turn when there is a must-answer-now threat since I usually tap out or almost tap out on my turn and I can only afford to leave mana open for 1-2 cmc removal such as Swords to Plowshares or Disenchant. In particular, I often play against the guy who commented above you, he runs a Derevi, Empyrial Tactician deck full of annoying threats against which I need to be faster, but he also has a stax subtheme that is completely broken with Derevi, so if he pulls out a Stasis or any winter orb effect I need to be able to answer it with 1-2 mana, otherwise I'm not seeing any mana ever again.

I like Elspeth, Knight-Errant, if I ever get one it will be tested, could take Emeria Angel's spot. Their role is to produce food for the Skullclamp or bodies that can carry a sword. Elspeth can bring more versatility though.

Thought Vessel this is a tricky one, I don't run it for a particular choice, as I don't run Reliquary Tower. In my opinion, if you ever are in a position where your hand size exceeds 7 (often happens) it means that you are in a good shape. In that situation I just keep in hand the best spells and discard the others. Actually, if I have cards like Ironclad Slayer in hand, I can discard auras and equips, because he can grab them back when I need them. In this way, even if I have a limited hand, I virtually have access to the graveyard as a second hand. Having an unlimited hand would make those effects less useful.But of course, it's just a choice, I could run it, but for now I never felt the need to keep everything in hand.

Mox Opal budget reason

Recruiter of the Guard card is strong, it's also growing in price. I could run it but I don't have any creature that I absolutely need to find and that he could target. Most of them are tutors or recursion spells on a body, so it would be a bit slow to tutor for a stoneforge mystic and than use her to tutor something else and finally cast the thing that I wanted. Most of these effects I have on creatures have enough redundancy that I don't need him too badly, I think.

patrickd117 on Rith, the Awakener Jan 2018

7 months ago

The lands definitely jump out at me as being not ideal. I'd Vivid Crag, Vivid Grove, and Vivid Meadow are almost always better than evolving wilds and terramorphic expanse. Rith's Grove is bad. I'd try out Krosan Verge. That's a must-play for me in white-green.

Seed Spark impresses me less than Return to Dust or Sylvan Reclamation, even considering that it's more synergistic with your deck.

I'd probably run Secure the Wastes over White Sun's Zenith. I've never been impressed with Dictate of Heliod. True Conviction also seems like a card that's not quite as good as it was when we started playing. It's also not as good with 1/1's; you need a pump for it not to be +1/+1.

Emeria Angel seems pretty low-impact, as does Requiem Angel. Farhaven Elf isn't the best option either. I think you really only want to run it if you're gonna be blinking it.

Random stuff that could be worth trying: Champion of Lambholt, Pathbreaker Ibex, Hornet Queen

Definitely add Cryptolith Rite and Rishkar's Expertise

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