Noble Hierarch


Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters 2015 Edition (MM2) Rare
Conflux (CON) Rare
Promo Set (000) Rare

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Noble Hierarch

Creature — Human Druid

Exalted (Whenever a creature you control attacks alone, that creature gets +1/+1 until end of turn.)

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Noble Hierarch Discussion

Memphismaymagic5 on Selesnya Defenders 3.0

1 day ago

Cool deck. Like the fact that it has much card draw, something you don't see that often in the selesnya colors. If you want to speed up the game (like a T2 Axbane guardian), you can add some 1-drop dorks like Birds of Paradise or noble hirarch. They also have synergy with Assault Formation.

hullos on U/W Spirits Modern

1 day ago

as you might know, Collected Company is great in the deck with Nebelgast Herald to get good blocks and stuff at instant speed, a long with that is Noble Hierarch but as I'm sure you also know that triples the cost of the deck. some other good things might be Steel of the Godhead great for Traft and Captain. you could try Dragonlord Ojutai he may not be a spirit but he has flying hexproof and some built in draw. or if you want just add Nebelgast Herald you dont company to make him good.

sylvannos on Bloogdhast, Hold or Sell/Trade

3 days ago

You should sell the yesterday.

As soon as a reprint get spoiled, expect the price of a card to drop significantly. The value can go back up in the months following the reprint (such as Noble Hierarch and Fulminator Mage dropping to $15 and $10, respectively, after Modern Masters 2, before going back up), but that can take a while.

If you can't dump your Bloodghasts for $15+, you're probably better off just holding onto them, rather than dumping for $10 and re-buying for $10.

enpc on Thrasios and Tymna: Podcast

3 days ago

Go for it! The deck is running a few sub-optimal cards (missing stuff like Mox Diamond, Noble Hierarch, the rest of the ABUR's, Imperial Seal, etc) however it sould still give you a good enough translation over to your deck.

Cafelattis on The Myth of the Horrors

5 days ago

That is not a bad idea. Surprising your opponent is key. I am also recommending Electrolyze, Wandering Fumarole and Desolate Lighthouse. Electrolyze is good, 2 dmg divided against creatures or players and then draw a card, taking out things like Birds of Paradise, Noble Hierarch, Dark Confidant and most affinity creatures. But its just good in certain match up. Wandering fumarole is just a land creature, i am really starting to grow on lands that becomes creatures, but it might screw with the tempo and the mana curve. Desolate lighthouse is just good i think in this deck, card draw is essential in decks like this, although you do have a lot of card draw.

YoungQuakerBoy on This Company is Breaking all the Ground

1 week ago

Thanks for the comments guys!

@Jafjaf5: I had looked at something more in that realm before with this deck:Face is the Place. That's What Forcemage Knows.. At that point it does become a different deck as using Aspect of Hydra, which is one of the big finishers in this version, is greatly diminished, as well as the deck having a whole different set of strengths and weaknesses. Thanks for the idea!

@wonderboyrox: The birds are there over some other 1 mana 1/1 ramping creature mainly to give another type of evasion on the board to be able to pump. The ability to to target a birds with Aspect of Hydra and fly over most blockers seems to outweigh the 1 power that one of the other creatures would bring. Surely, in some cases the other would be better, but in most, I am more happy to have the birds. On a much smaller scale, they can make the few sideboard cards that cost phyrexian mana (Dismember and Act of Aggression a little less painful.

The Arbor Elf and Utopia Sprawl idea is intriguing but runs into the issue of fitting it in the deck. I don't want to drop any of my proactive creatures to weaken my threats or Collected Company chances. I also don't want to drop any boosts or protection as I need a certain amount to have good chances of getting what I need in a game. The only option would probably be Noble Hierarchs and I would really hate to drop those, as they are deceivingly powerful. I guess what it comes down to is that I am not trying to ramp really high (such as in to Primeval Titan or something like that) and I believe that the pieces that I currently have work better with the surrounding cards.

Thanks for the ideas!

ramstutz on 1/1 counter abuse

1 week ago

Your deck seems to be trying two things at the same time; Aggressive ramp and controlling inevitability.

Turns 2 and 3 are generally the most important in Modern, so having 3 and 5 mana to work with respectively is generally the goal of ramp. Usually you need about 8 mana dorks for this to be consistent, so I'd add +4 Noble Hierarch to go with the bird.

I think Bloodhall Ooze and Slumbering Dragon are too slow. If you want to keep ooze and dragon, I'd consider adding Collected Company.

Hardened Scales is a better fit than Doubling Season. You want your big investment cards to win you the game by themselves.

Cancel should be replaced by Dispel, Spell Pierce or Stubborn Denial. If you want to get rid of blue, Apostle's Blessing is good because it adds unblockable in most situations.

Oloro_Magic on W: Liliana of the Veil, ...

1 week ago

Title says it all, I am looking for a Liliana of the Veil (top priority) or The Scarab God (interested in the non-masterpiece version too just probably not for Hierarch unless you have other stuff I need) (also need two more Bitterblossom if you got any of those), and I have a Noble Hierarch and my binder

Thanks for looking!

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