Law-Rune Enforcer

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Custom Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Modern Legal
Arena Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Standard Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Brawl Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
War of the Spark (WAR) Common

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Law-Rune Enforcer

Creature — Human Soldier

, : Tap target creature with converted mana cost 2 or greater.

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Law-Rune Enforcer Discussion

StopShot on Will WOTS find any foothold?

1 month ago

I believe Despark and Return to Nature sees occasional sideboard play in Modern.

Law-Rune Enforcer and Ob Nixilis's Cruelty have also seen some Pauper play as well.

Ziusdra on Card creation challenge

2 months ago

seaturtlewizard I don't see your answer to ThinkJank so I'm going to do ThinkJank's challenge...

Wildwood Beast Hunter

Creature - Elf Berserker

Reach

, : Search your library for a beast creature card, reveal it, shuffle your library and put it on top of your library. Wildwood Beast Hunter does 2 damage to you.

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Create a common card that would be a hot pull in a draft environment (as far as commons go), but probably nobody would build with in a constructed environment. Examples of these in recent sets would be like Murder or Pegasus Courser or Lazotep Reaver or Law-Rune Enforcer .

MattyPatty on Proliferating Tokens

2 months ago

I might add Ajani, the Greathearted and Pledge of Unity because you don't have many ways to get +1/+1 counters on your creatures in the first place (with a total of 6 cards that actually have something to do with counters). I would cut your Silverback Shaman s, Aggressive Mammoth s, your Silhana Wayfinder , and one of your Woodland Champion s for 3x Ajani's, and 4x Pledge of Unity's. Your land count is also way too low. 19 lands is not nearly enough to play on curve. Adding more would definitely increase the decks fluidity. Cutting your Law-Rune Enforcer s and your Hunted Witness s to add more lands could be a great start!

Hope this Helps!

keevel on U/W infect/control

4 months ago

When you want to mix control and an aggro strategy your best bet is what we call a Tempo deck. You want to slow down your opponent a littlen while speeding yourself up. Otherwise you find yourself slowing yourself down, to also slow them down Law-Rune Enforcer is a good example of you slowing yourself down as much as it slows the opponent, whereas Dovin, Hand of Control supports your tempo advantage.

I like the white splash for Giver of Runes and being in WU would allow you cool stuff like Teferi, Time Raveler (also a tremendous tempo play), it is missing too much of it's aggro side.

It wants Scale Up (note: the creature keeps infect, just gets better stats), it wants Glistener Elf , it wants to protect it's threats with Blossoming Defense . It wants Green. It wants Might of Old Krosa , it wants Mutagenic Growth (even if you do not add green.

Take out the stuff that does not actually help your control or your aggro and are just cute tricks: Grateful Apparition , Law-Rune Enforcer , Priests of Norn , Viral Drake and focus on making cheap threats, making them big fast, getting them through and protecting them.

Murphy77 on Ready and Alert

5 months ago

I had not considered Spirit of the Spires , which can certainly fit right in, the only drawback being that instead of casting 2 or 3 creatures on turn 3, you might need to hold 1 creature until turn 4 or 5 before you can play it. My idea was that when I cast High Alert on turn 3, I should already be able to attack for up to 12 and my opponent may not yet have counters ready. I then only need to get through 1 further attack behind Aegis of the Heavens and Dive Down for game (theoretically possible on turn 4). Everything is about tempo. I had trouble justifying Law-Rune Enforcer (extra disruption/blocker-negation), to myself, and had considered Pegasus Courser , Concordia Pegasus and another flier for that slot.

The idea of transforming the whole deck into fliers is certainly tempting and something to consider. I would still try to concentrate on tough 1 and 2 drop creatures.

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