Knotvine Paladin


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful 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
Duel Decks: Knights vs. Dragons (DDG) Rare
Alara Reborn (ARB) Rare

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Knotvine Paladin

Creature — Human Knight

Whenever Knotvine Paladin attacks, it gets +1/+1 until end of turn for each untapped creature you control.

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Knotvine Paladin Discussion

joshuaspencerfox3 on Rafiq of the Many

2 months ago

Ok, thanks again for the help! I will remove Knotvine Paladin for Conqueror's Flail. I had a question as well. I was wondering if you though it would be worth it to remove more of the "Bant Good Stuff" as I call it to put in more hate to protect Rafiq?

So doing something like this:

REMOVE: Sublime Archangel, Sigiled Paladin, Knight of Glory, Jenara, Asura of War, Battlegrace Angel, and Knight of New Alara

ADD:Linvala, Keeper of Silence, Sigarda, Host of Herons, Containment Priest, Thalia, Heretic Cathar, Eidolon of Rhetoric, and Manglehorn

SlavicGhaespar on Rafiq of the Many

2 months ago

Conqueror's Flail is pretty good card in aggressive decks, maybe Knotvine Paladin is a better card to remove.

xyr0s on Selesnya Aggro

2 months ago

Wouldn't it be a sideboard thing, to bring a card against one specific threat, like The Rack?

Not sure Knotvine Paladin will do much good - you rarely have any significant number of untapped creatures during the attack step, do you?

Pride Sovereign - who knows, it might work. You do have quite a few cats in your deck, so... I still think Hero of Bladehold would be good instead of one of these. Mostly because it has enough toughness to survive Lightning Bolt, and makes its tokens while attacking.

Your creature count might be a bit low. You could consider something like Silverblade Paladin instead of Ajani, Caller of the Pride - it hits harder, even if it doesn't give flying.

And, last thing, Gavony Township gives you something to do with your mana, after you've emptied your hand. One or two copies seems sensible.

slayingmatt1234 on Knight Elves

2 months ago

Hey man, I don't know your meta (I assume its casual) but let me give some general cheap goodstuff cards that might help your deck and some general advice.

The biggest problems I see with your deck is that 1. It has very few low drops, 2. it has few removal spells, and 3. You need a more solid finisher (I'll explain what I mean). Fortunately Selesnya has plenty of cheap ways to fix all of those problems.

For low drops, Avacyn's Pilgrim is a great ramp card to get your 3 and 4 drops out early, and Qasali Pridemage while not a knight is a great, inexpensive support card for any selesnya deck. If you want specifically knights, then Knotvine Paladin and Student of Warfare are good too. You just want some early board against an aggro deck with haste creatures and stuff.

For removal, on top of Dromoka's Command, which is a great card, you can also put in both Banishing Light and Selesnya Charm as cheap removal spells. Selesnya Charm even doubles as a combat trick, so you can easily replace Seeds of Strength with it.

Now for the finisher, usually in Selesnya the best finishers you can get are either creatures that are big, hard to remove, and have evasion, or creatures that can go wide with token generation. The best example of the first is Sigarda, Host of Herons, who is obviously expensive but worth every penny even if you only want one copy of her (not to mention she's also the badass savior of Innistrad, flavor win!), and of the second, which does fit in your knight theme, is Hero of Bladehold, but who is also more pricy. Currently your finishers here seem to be Collective Blessing and Shield of the Oversoul which are not bad cards but can seriously fall flat if you are playing against say a control deck that counters and removes all your creatures. I guess there is also some Glittering Wish shenanigans but I don't think you need that card, and its 5$ a copy which seems not worth it for what you get. Some budget cards I can suggest off the top of my head that can help you are Terra Stomper or Drogskol Cavalry. You don't even need too many copies of them in your deck as long as you can close out the game consistently. I'd still leave in 2-3 Shield of the Oversoul for its great value.

Some other miscellaneous good stuff suggestions I can make here are Tireless Tracker, Abzan Beastmaster, and Unflinching Courage. Tracker and beastmaster because they can give you natural card draw in selesnya while getting big and courage as an alternate to Shield of the Oversoul that can target mono-colored creatures. In fact you could replace them if you want.

Now for potential cuts, on top of the cards I already mentioned, I think that your weakest cards are Knight of New Alara and Citadel Castellan, because their stats are just plain weak for their cost and only usable if buffed. If you replaced all 8 of those with the lower curved creatures I mentioned earlier, I'm sure that will do wonders for your deck. You still have a strong knight theme while greatly improving your early game. The other card I'm gonna mention is Glittering Wish, which seems well, I don't want to say cheesy, but really out of place. I'd put anything, maybe some more removal in those spots. If your deck feels not consistent, I'd save the money of buying random multicolored cards and just get a few Tireless Trackers or Abzan Beastmasters that draw cards for you.

Well that ended up longer than I thought, hope this helps! Ask me anything if you want more help.

Nethereon on

5 months ago

If you're playing Monument in modern, you have to play Whitemane Lion. I play the U/W, Bant, and G/W variants, and they all feel underpowered without the lion. When it's about to "go off," during your opponents end step, it's absurd. Since I play the U/W and Bant versions, I run Queller which combos with lion, but that's not the only reason to play it. Whitemane should basically read, "Pay get as many dudes as you can afford, until stopped." If you add this with something like Knotvine Paladin you'll completely blindside your opponent.

Mandalorian on

5 months ago

Any thought to Collected Company>Aether Vial? With a green splash you could then play Knight of the Reliquary, Gavony Township, Knotvine Paladin (really good with Always Watching), and Wilt-Leaf Liege.

Memphismaymagic5 on Ultra Budget GW Little Kid

6 months ago

Cool deck, but I would drop 4x Knotvine Paladin and 2x Dromoka's Command for 2x Qasali Pridemage and 4x Path to Exile (Pte is the best removal card in modern, but it is not cheap for an uncommon. However, with the recent reprint in Modern Masters 2017, it dropped in price a bit and once you have a playset of Pte, you can use it for every other modern deck you build that includes white)

Izu_Korasu on

7 months ago

nothing like flamerush, mostly just ~ attacks it gets (see Boros Elite)

Combat Celebrant is arguably a faster aurelia (combo on t4) but its much more fragile/blockable

Conduit of Storms  Flip, Hardened Berserker and Herald of War make things cheaper / mana

Knotvine Paladin has some potential as you can stack the triggers so your stuff is all untapped (similarly Xenagos, God of Revels, Sublime Archangel

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