Creature — Elf Knight
Protection from black
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Llanowar Knight Discussion
2 years ago
I suggest a creature that has even better Odds surviving against spot removal or exil effects.Llanowar Knight or Valeron Outlander become a nightmare for each mono or control Deck because the only removal that work against them after enchanting them with Shield of the Oversoul is a white exil spell or a blue bouncer. And I feel like they aren't played that often. Plus some of the white ones only work with a lot of white creatures on the board or big creatures (but cost a lot of mana). The biggest weaknes you deck has are the -X/-X black spells who don't work on those two.
And the most brutal card to enchant in you Deck could become Naya Hushblade. It's worth noticing that it only get shorud after you control another multicolor permanent which allows you to target Naya Hushblade with the Shield and turn on it's Shround in the momen it gets indestructible makeing it hard to remove it. Especially with a T1 Young Wolf to protect her against "target player sacrifice a creature"-effects
3 years ago
I went through the rest of the cards in the shoebox and made the following tweaks. With the few cards I have, it looks like I can lead toward elf tribal. I should probably post this as a new deck because it's very much different.
In: Clockwork Steed, Clockwork Swarm, Mobile Fort, Kelsinko Ranger, Nomad Decoy, Witch Hunter, Seasoned Marshal, Ardent Militia, Anger, Wall of Fire, Wall of Diffusion, Centaur Chieftain, Harvester Druid, Werebear, Wall of Ice, Sylvan Hierophant, Llanowar Knight, Llanowar Elves, Elvish Scrapper, Wellwisher, Wirewood Elf, Wirewood Herald, Skyshroud Elf, Fyndhorn Elder, Elvish Pathcutter, Symbiotic Elf, Heedless One
Out: Balduvian Barbarians, Centaur Rootcaster, Dire Wolves, Folk of the Pines, Horned Kavu, Hungry Mist, Ironroot Treefolk, Kavu Climber, Kei Takahashi, Krosan Tusker, Lightning Elemental, Marble Titan, Panther Warriors, Pincher Beetles, Rowan Treefolk, Ruham Djinn, Sawtooth Ogre, Soldevi Golem, Spined Wurm, Treespring Lorian, Viashino Grappler
3 years ago
Yes; the only thing copying takes into account is other copied attributes, otherwise it copies the card as printed. This is a special case of the rules. This Oracle clarification appears on the Gatherer page for Clone:
7/15/2007 If the chosen creature is copying something else (for example, if the chosen creature is another Clone), then your Clone enters the battlefield as whatever the chosen creature copied.
I believe Soul Separator's P/T setting would override that of the original creature, so it will end up something like this:
- Quicksilver Gargantuan copying Llanowar Knight -> you'd get a 7/7 token and a 1/1 copy of Llanowar Knight
- Evil Twin copying Llanowar Knight -> you'd get a 2/2 token and a 1/1 copy of Llanowar Knight with Evil Twin's activated ability.
- Lord of Extinction -> you'd get a X/X token and a 1/1 copy of Lord of Extinction with his P/T setting ability. The X/X's size would be fixed at the size he had when the ability was activated.
I could be wrong on the last one, but that's what my research suggests would happen.
EDIT: Ah I might have misunderstood the question. Interesting all the same!