Mirran Crusader

Mirran Crusader

Creature — Human Knight

Double strike, protection from black and from green
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Mirran Crusader Discussion

FinchFalcon on who would win?

1 day ago

Pretty sure Mirran Crusader's double strike means he's fast enough to land the killing blow. However, Phyrexian Crusader has first strike, so he gets in a hit before he's killed... And then the infection takes hold.

GabeCubed on who would win?

1 day ago

Phyrexian Crusader because infect. And his sword and art is cooler. Yes, Mirran Crusader hits faster because of the double strike, I feel like they are evenly matched, but with the infect damage, Phyrexian Crusader would ultimately win.

DERPLINGSUPREME on who would win?

1 day ago

Who would win? Phyrexian Crusader or Mirran Crusader? obviously I'm talking outside of the game, where they'd be able to hurt one another.

after that done, lets move on to other things.

formayor on Blue White Exalted Hussar

4 days ago

Cool. +1. I'd consider running 3 Geist (wait, does Geist trigger Exalted?), and Mirran Crusader and Fiendslayer Paladin on the sideboard, along with Brave the Elements.

JexInfinite on There are 3 things certain in Magic

1 week ago

Boza I'm currently looking at 3 Phyrexian Revoker, and 4 Mirran Crusader in place of the Wingmares, Brimaz, and Canonist.

Boza on There are 3 things certain in Magic

1 week ago

With DTT gone, I think the reasons to include wingmare have also decreased. Mono white currently does not have too many options for a replacement. There are the Restoration Angel builds who go big and go over Decay and then just value town with Mirran Crusader and Brimaz, King of Oreskos.

Splashing gives access to Gaddock Teeg and Qasali Pridemage, while red can give you Imperial Recruiter and Magus of the Moon.

kmcree on Through the Fire and the Flames

1 week ago

NateJH: 1) It really depends on the deck I'm facing. I'll usually try to use hand disruption t1 and 2 to strip them of removal, and then drop Mentor t3 or 4. But against more aggressive decks or interactive decks like Storm, I'll push to get Mentor out ASAP.

2) Mentor doesn't offer advantage on his own. The advantage comes from his interaction with all the other spells in the deck. He is an engine that adds value and utility to everything else I play. Goyf is stronger on his own, but doesn't add as much value to other cards.

Shathief: Glad to see you like the deck. To be honest, I've switched the sideboard a little too in the list I play on paper. The Mirran Crusaders were for Junk and Boggles. I've since replaced them with Kor Firewalker to deal with Burn. The Boros Charm were originally for decks with Wraths, but they've been underwhelming. I've been considering dropping them, probably for something like Molten Rain to deal with Tron, although Path to Exile does tremendous work against Wurmcoil Engine.

The Shadow of Doubt is really just for testing. I've seen it hyped quite a bit, including on this site, and so I figured I'd give it a shot. So far in a handful of games its been neither impressive or disappointing. It'll stay for now until I see more results one way or the other.

Shathief on Through the Fire and the Flames

1 week ago

I Have been running your old list for the last few months as my go to Modern deck and it has been holding up really well - I have messed with the SB a bit though.

What match ups are you siding in the:2x Boros Charm2x Mirran Crusader

and why did you add in the 1x Shadow of Doubt

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