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|Tenth Edition (10E)||Uncommon|
|Ninth Edition (9ED)||Uncommon|
|Eighth Edition (8ED)||Uncommon|
|Seventh Edition (7ED)||Uncommon|
|Classic Sixth Edition (6ED)||Uncommon|
|Fifth Edition (5ED)||Uncommon|
|Fourth Edition (4ED)||Uncommon|
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Enchantment — Aura
Enchant creature (Target a creature as you cast this. This card enters the battlefield attached to that creature.)
Whenever enchanted creature deals damage, you gain that much life.
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Spirit Link Discussion
6 days ago
You want this to be Green and White:
2 weeks ago
Uh, i see great arguments for both of you, nice to see
so i'm playing at MKM Series in Germany in around two weeks. i'm really thinking of a Breeding Pool and i replaced the Spirit Link for Cartouche of Solidarity. I think this is a great option, for only i get +1/+1, first strike and a token with vigilance.
I think i replace the Silhana Ledgewalker and one Stony Silence for 3 copies of Ceremonious Rejection. I'm afraid of tron, but i don't think this will help a lot, cause i won't have one in turn 2 of my enemy. And one Chalice of the Void with one counter ends my game
3 weeks ago
1 month ago
I don't know if I'm the best person to give advice on what to keep or drop, but I might drop the swords, or even Ajani. The swords are incredibly powerful, but they only buff one creature, whereas Thraben Doomsayer can buff any number of Hero of The Parish and Thalia's Lieutenant while also generating chump blockers. Ajani is great, but not really the focus of the deck, and might be a bit high in mana cost. Another option would be to drop one or two copies of Field Marshal, since most of the soldiers have first strike already.
Also, a couple of options for dealing with Death's Shadow: add in Condemn, which both bounces an attacking Death's Shadow and kills any others because of the resulting lifegain. An instant-speed Rest for the Weary targeting your opponent could also kill a Death's Shadow, and is also a great spell to play on yourself (especially if you pull of Ajani's ultimate). You could include the Lifelink enchantment to buff your own creatures or enchant a Death's Shadow to kill it if it attacks. Spirit Link on an opposing Death's Shadow also works to nullify any damage it does.
1 month ago
I am a bit confused with this deck, it seems to be a deck based around gaining life dependent on a large creature, but the only one I see is Fabled Hero, but as a three drop in modern you might not ever get him. I would suggest a Favored Hoplite, it seems to be better for this, and even without double-strike, it will heal you the same. Lagonna-Band Trailblazer is also a fun choice. You probably should drop the playset of Fabled Hero for a set of these:
Heliod's Pilgrim can be dropped, you might as well have an enchantment at that spot, and Mesa Enchantress is too expensive, so instead get enchantments that cycle themselves, like Angelic Gift, Chosen by Heliod, and Shielding Plax to name a few. You can also just have a bunch of low cost enchantments, like the following:
The deck would be much more like a heroic bogle deck than lifegain, but it would make the deck better, I will go make one real quick and drop a link here, k?
2 months ago
3 months ago
Hello again! Just a couple suggestions for this deck as well. I've loved Sunbond for many years while I used to run it, but I feel that it costs too much as far as Auras go, especially when the creature can easily be destroyed. I do like that you're running Cradle of Vitality, though. While Oketra the True aesthetically fits the deck, it feels out of place otherwise.
Some cards to consider that could benefit in this deck:
- Hopeful Eidolon, for early lifelink damage or midgame lifelink Aura.
- Healer of the Pride, a cat tribal version of Soul Warden that would provide additional benefits from the tokens you get.
- Spirit Link, as it's a decent 1 CMC Aura. Its ability stacks with lifelink, essentially giving a creature "double" lifelink, which pairs well with Daybreak Coronet.