Spectra Ward

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Magic 2015 (M15) Rare

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Spectra Ward

Enchantment — Aura

Enchant creature

Enchanted creature gets +2/+2 and has protection from all colors. This effect doesn't remove Auras. (It can't be blocked, targeted, or dealt damage by anything that's white, blue, black, red, or green.)

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Spectra Ward Discussion

Scion_of_Darkness on Atlus Flinged - Giant Tribal

4 days ago

If you do decide to use Palisade Giant, play Spectra Ward.

Shits hilarious!

DrkNinja on Tuvasa the Sunlit

1 month ago

Greater Auramancy, Sigarda's Aid, and Sram, Senior Edificer are all auto includes for your deck I think.

And here are some cards that I think would go well in the deck:

Homura_Akemi on Hakuna Tuvasa

1 month ago

Quick build! I laughed at the title; you nailed at.

From your list, the deck seems to function as an enchantress deck, but do you think adding in some voltron elements would strengthen it?

I think some protective ones like Spectra Ward and Bear Umbra would work well while buffing her. Angelic Destiny packs a good punch there too.

Copperlax on Chromium, the Mutable Madness

2 months ago

[email protected] I thought the same thing until the first time someone gave me protection from a colour and then it lost all its auras. Protection means, amongst others, that it can't be enchanted by that colour. Hence cards like Spectra Ward which get around the effect. Hope this helps.

DrkNinja on Revenge of Blackblade

2 months ago

For the record... I think good voltron decks use both Auras and Equipment so that one lone Vandalblast doesn't wreck your shit. Here are some good voltron enchantments most of them are white because... I'm a racist? No, my Voltron deck Samurai From The Past! is based on Konda, Lord of Eiganjo here:

I also think that Ghirapur Orrery, and Horn Of Greed should be cut... Hear me out! Orrery and Horn do two things they help you with card advantage and land plays, and second they help your opponent in the same way... Think about this for a second, if you are playing against a spells deck and they dump their hand (which they do from time to time), you just gave them 3 more spells to throw in your face. Then you have Orrery and Horn together thats two cards that you let the esper/jund/izzet/grixis control player have to answer any threats you have. I think you're giving your opponents too much with these cards.

DrkNinja on Edifice Machinations [[EDH]]

2 months ago

You almost have all the forms of Nahiri!

Kor Spiritdancer -> Stoneforge Mystic -> Nahiri, the Lithomancer.

I agree with Megalomania doubstrike is such a HUGE keyword for a tron deck definitely think you should look into Fireshrieker and Battle Mastery.

Also I think in a voltron deck you should have fewer quantity of creatures and more quality creatures. For instance run 8 REALLY good creatures that can be voltron'd or help you voltron vs. 20 creatures that are good in white but not specifically voltron.

Here are a few cards I play in my voltron deck Samurai From The Past! that I think will be of some service too you:

  • Spectra Ward: Great card, does a LOT
  • Armored Ascension: You only play plains, why not?
  • Gift of Immortality: If you are trying to get commander damage across this is a great, otherwise its decent
  • Spirit Loop: This may read like lifelink, but it is not lifelink, so you would be able to gain double the life if a creature with lifelink and spirit loop deals damage.
  • Remember the Fallen: Solid recursion
  • Open the Vaults: Great to bring your stuff back and isn't as expensive as Replenish
  • Open the Armory: Great tutor for enchantment or equipment without the pricetag of Enlightened Tutor
  • Ajani Steadfast: His +1 is great for Voltron, his -2 is meh, and his ult is great.
  • Dispatch: Another path for this deck
  • Vedalken Orrery: You always want to be able to play cards at instant speed, as it gives you more control of what happens to the board, specifically your board.
  • Scourglass: this deals with problems and keeps all your equipment around to reequip
  • Loxodon Warhammer: One of the best non-sword voltron pieces
  • Argentum Armor: With the likes of Caged Sun and Extraplanar Lens, you have plenty of mana and you can just go in with a big dude and blow up people's stuff
  • Basilisk Collar: Don't underestimate this card, it's so good.
  • Magus of the Tabernacle: This is in my Konda Voltron deck (Samurai From The Past! Check it out please!), and it puts a huge strain on go wide strategies and makes players very carefully assess what they want to do in their turn. Either they pay the to keep their 5 creatures or they play a spell, while you are just going to pay the for whatever creature you have Voltron'd
  • Leonin Abunas: Great to help deal with people picking apart your assembled voltron creature
  • Leonin Shikari: Again instant speed is always a big deal, combat tricks and what not.
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