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Malach of the Dawn
Creature — Angel
(White)(White)(White): Regenerate Malach of the Dawn.
Malach of the Dawn Discussion
7 months ago
I was just thinking about this the other day to balance out all the babe decks I see flying around. Great list though I would include Malach of the Dawn but that's just me.
2 years ago
These are angels you could add
I think you could take out Emancipation Angel, Illusory Angel, Guardian Seraph, Indomitable Archangel, Lightkeeper of Emeria, Malach of the Dawn, Seraph of Dawn, Avenging Angel, Herald of the Host, Patron of the Valiant, Dawnbreak Reclaimer, Archangel, Angel of Salvation
Harsh Mercy seems good as well
It seems like your heavy hitters are 4 mana and up, so i think your ramp should cost less than 4. This way you're not decieding betweenn casting an angel or ramping for other angels. Maybe cut Explosive Vegetation for Rampant Growth. you could cut Belbe's Portal and Quicksilver Amulet for that same reasoning. You could add Simic Signet, Selesnya Signet and Azorius Signet for more ramp as well
You could run some anthems to pump your team as well, I think Door of Destinies could be really good in this type of deck
3 years ago
3 years ago
Angels and demons are my two favorite creature types in this game, but I have noticed that angels in this game are always female and demons are always male (with rare exceptions such as Lady Orca or Malach of the Dawn), and I wonder why that is.
As a heterosexual male, I certainly have no problem with angels, powerful beings of light and holiness, having the forms of attractive women, but the implications that such forms, as well as the forms of demons, make are very unfortunate, indeed. A casual viewer could infer that WotC is implying that women are more saintly and virtuous, while men are vile and sinful. I am not saying that I believe that, or that WotC is deliberately sending such a message, but, as a male, I feel that WotC should be more careful to about what they portray in their stories.
Also, as a result of all demons being male, there are no succubi in this game, which is unfortunate, as succubi are frequently seen in fantasy stories; not only that, there are no incubi, the male counterparts of succubi, in this game, either. While demons in this game certainly do tempt mortals, the temptation is rarely portrayed as seductive, which, again, is an otherwise common element in fantasy settings.
What does everyone else say about this? Why are all angles female and all demons male in this game?
Also, as a side note, if angels and demons are not capable of normal sexual reproduction, why do they have sexual characteristics? Should not they all be androgynous, since they would not need to have such traits?
3 years ago
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