Intangible Virtue

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters 2017 Edition (MM3) Uncommon
Eternal Masters (EMA) Uncommon
Conspiracy (CNS) Uncommon
Modern Event Deck (MD1) Uncommon
Innistrad (ISD) Uncommon

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Intangible Virtue

Enchantment

Creature tokens you control get +1/+1 and have vigilance.

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Intangible Virtue Discussion

Brutal_B on Daxos The Returned and Spirits of Enchantments

3 hours ago

Anointed Procession , Intangible Virtue , Light from Within . All these would fit into your gameplan. Here's my Daxos deck. I took a different path than you but still focussed on playing enchantments and getting those Daxos perscribed tokens.

Ender02 on Selesnyan Stampede

6 days ago

yeaGO

I had Intangible Virtue in there at one point with nearly the opposite text as Always Watching . I took it out since it wasn't all that great compared to other stuff. With so many of the creatures in the deck being tokens, I'm not sure that Always Watching will really help all that much. If anything, I would probably put Intangible Virtue back in of the two.

Trostani, Selesnya's Voice is already in the deck as the Commander, and she's great for the role.

Emmara, Soul of the Accord looks interesting, but I don't own one to add at the moment. I will definitely look into getting one though.

Darth_Savage on Divine Genesis

3 weeks ago

You probably want Doomed Traveler in this deck, Tithe Taker could also potentially be a good fit, as could Raise the Alarm . Cast Out costs too much; Journey to Nowhere / Banishing Light / Banisher Priest and others all exist, most of the time it will just end up drawing you a card.

Token based decks often feature Intangible Virtue , but your plan is more like a deck looking to stall and disrupt your opponent until you can resolve Divine Visitation. The issue here is that 4+ mana is a lot in modern, Anointed Procession is a similar card to Divine Visitation and suffers the same issue. If you play these cards on the curve, so turn 4 or 5, they have no impact on the board that turn. You have spent a lot of mana for no immediate effect, this isn't a good thing.

To let you survive long enough to trigger Divine Visitation, you probably need access to Fog effects like Holy Day / Ethereal Haze . Modern can be very fast, if your win condition is 5 mana then you better either have ramp or a way to stall the board. You can stall a little with removal and Mana Tithe alongside creatures like Hunted Witness, but I'm not sure if that will be enough. The only way to know for sure is to play the deck, so I guess I'll wish you luck and I hope the above is helpful to you.

Darth_Savage on Abzan Hidden Visitation

3 weeks ago

I'm going to start with something basic, Evolving Wilds makes very little sense, in any deck outside of Commander. Let me explain, it will always put a basic land into play tapped, tempo wise that isn't better than cards like Temple of Silence or Scattered Groves , which have an additional upside. This is true even thought you are trying to trigger revolt.

Emmara, Soul of the Accord might be a good choice, if you had a way to tap it without attacking such as Smuggler's Copter but you don't, nor would it be a particularly good fit for your deck. Rather than the Emmara you might be better using something like Raise the Alarm .

Token based decks often feature Intangible Virtue , but your plan is more like a deck looking to stall and disrupt your opponent until you can resolve Divine Visitation. The issue here is that 4+ mana is a lot in modern, Anointed Procession is a similar card to Divine Visitation and suffers the same issue. If you play these cards on the curve, so turn 4 or 5, they have no impact on the board that turn. You have spent a lot of mana for no immediate effect, this isn't a good thing.

You are looking to build a midrange style combo deck, Divine Visitation can only really work in a combo deck. To let you survive long enough to trigger Divine Visitation, you probably need Fog effects, Holy Day / Ethereal Haze or more hand disruption Thoughtseize and removal Fatal Push / Path to Exile.

The Modern meta is full of 1 mana enablers that fuel fast decks; Aether Vial , Ancient Stirrings , Faithless Looting and Noble Hierarch these cards define the format. It also has access to big mana Urza's Mine , Urza's Power Plant and Urza's Tower , which can play threats which wouldn't normally be seen; Karn Liberated , conveniently 7 mana is what the 3 Urza lands produce, if they are all in play. Which brings me to the last part of the modern meta, answers. Modern has some of the best answers you could want, you have a few of them in your deck already...

What the entire paragraph above was trying to say is, Modern can be very fast, if your win condition is 5 mana then you better either have ramp or a way to stall the board. You can stall a little with the removal and discard alongside creatures like Hunted Witness, but I'm not sure if that will be enough. The only way to know for sure is to play the deck, so I guess I'll wish you luck and I hope the above is helpful to you.

SlimJim83 on Boros Tokens

3 weeks ago

So I had a bad idea the other day that I'm half convinced might work. The idea is to fill the board with tokens, sac one to any of the numerous sac outlets, and- with a damage doubling source like Furnace of Rath , flash in the general, Archangel Avacyn  Flip for a fair amount of damage. Now there's a 6/5 beater on the board and all of my dudes survived the Conflagration thanks to her front side effect. Buff the tokens with Intangible Virtue and/or Glorious Anthem and the buffed army meets little resistance. So here's my question, has anyone run a deck like this and what was your experience? Anyone play against it and how was it?

Cereal_Killer on Let's make token competitive again

1 month ago

First of all, thanks for the advices you gave

Then, Apollo_Paladin, Phantom General doesn't convince me much: it is, as you said, heavy on mana cost and it does basically the same of Intangible Virtue and Honor of the Pure. Plus, another downside is that it is a creature, so it's also easily destroyable in comparison to the other 2 enchantments

Not pretty sure about Teysa, Orzhov Scion, I'll playtest it and see if it fits in the deck

dragonforce60, thanks for sharing the article and for calculation that my deck is a 22-21 lander, I'll make those changes

Apollo_Paladin on Let's make token competitive again

1 month ago

I'm a big fan of a lot of these cards. I don't have a lot to suggest except perhaps Phantom General. He's a little heavy on mana cost for my liking, and of course the Intangible Virtue you have in there is superior in almost every way, but his effect of course stacks with Virtue and he's also affected by Honor the Pure for what it's worth. Either way, nice deck! +1

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Intangible Virtue occurrence in decks from the last year

Modern:

All decks: 0.05%

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.1%

White: 0.09%

GW (Selesnya): 0.19%