Militia Bugler

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Core Set 2019 (M19) Uncommon

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Militia Bugler

Creature — Human Soldier

Vigilance (Attacking doesn't cause this creature to tap.)

When Militia Bugler enters the battlefield, look at the top four cards of your library. You may reveal a creature card with power 2 or less from among them and put it into your hand. Put the rest on the bottom of your library in a random order.

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Militia Bugler Discussion

Pethrax on Homo Sapiens

5 days ago

Ok, so here is a list of suggestions, and their reasons:

Bushi Tenderfoot. A 1 drop that if you manage to grow with Thalia's Lieutenant becomes monstrous when flipped, giving another huge threat that demands an answer, diversifying your overall list of major threats.

Bloodlust Inciter. If allowed to live, allows for some disgustingly explosive turns in tandem with Aether Vial.

Dauntless Bodyguard. A good sideboard card that would allow you to protect a large Champion of the Parish or Thalia, Guardian of Thraben

Dragonmaster Outcast. Sideboard, never mainboard, but would give you a great answer to control decks and midrange decks if you are struggling.

Empty-Shrine Kannushi. The Etched Champion of Humans if you have Kitesail Freebooter, Mantis Rider, and Noble Hierarch.

If you were to mainboard any of these, I would suggest taking out Militia Bugler. It's expensive, and while it does draw a card, or at worst get rid of 4 dead draws, its a low impact card compared to the rest of the deck.

Prehcise on "I have a bad feeling about this."

1 week ago

@aholder7 I totally agree with that. Did some playtesting and I decided to add 4x Militia Bugler to the deck as well as a few other changes. Thanks for the suggestions! Much appreciated!

Prehcise on "I have a bad feeling about this."

1 week ago

@ABlindOrph4n I really don't think that would be a beneficial change, but as you said, everyone has their own opinions and preferences. Sure Lightning Helix is a great card, I used to use it in my American Control, but I need creatures that have interactions with Norin the Wary and the other creatures in the deck, which helix does not, really. I really do appreciate the comments, though. Thanks for offering me help!

@emask Thanks! Norin has so many synergies. It's such an enjoyable deck to play for me. So many different options.

@aholder7 Yeah, I've been thinking abut Militia Bugler. It has a better body than Mentor of the Meek, vigilance and you always get the benefit as soon as it enters. With Mentor, the card advantage can possibly be overwhelmingly high, but you have to have other creatures and you have to pay for it. What do you think about 1-2xMilitia Bugler and 1x Mentor of the Meek? I feel like Mentor is way too strong to remove.

aholder7 on "I have a bad feeling about this."

1 week ago

I would highly suggest Militia Bugler great value. Refills hand on a not terrible body. Grabs just about every creature in your deck.

FireToTheFace on White Deck

2 weeks ago

Good call on the Militia Bugler that is definitely worth considering.

magicsheep on White Deck

2 weeks ago

I would cut down on the lands, as 26 seems a little excessive in monowhite. Invoke the Divine is good enchantment/artifact removal. Rustwing Falcon is a really good flyer and early game attacker. Militia Bugler is a great addition in any monowhite deck, as it gets you the creatures you need. Hieromancer's Cage is also good removal to have around, although I really don't know how much removal you want.

To improve suggestion quality, what's your meta like? Your meta (in case you don't know, if you do know I apologize) is the decks that you are likely to play locally in your environment.

Either way, I think this is a really nice first deck Firesong! Good luck improving the deck, and if you need any further help/suggestions feel free to ask me.

-magicsheep

Clericx on 5C Humans (Experimental build)

2 weeks ago

Add in Militia Bugler i play it in my 5c humans deck its straight gas, can hit all creatures in the deck but mantis rider

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