Spirit Mantle

Legality

Format Legality
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Planechase Anthology (PCA) Uncommon
Planechase 2012 Edition (PC2) Uncommon
2012 Core Set (M12) Uncommon

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Spirit Mantle

Enchantment — Aura

Enchant creature

Enchanted creature gets +1/+1 and has protection from creatures.

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Spirit Mantle Discussion

tfrederick96 on The Deck That Rides as One

1 week ago

Looks pretty neat! Some substitutions I recommend considering are Bonesplitter for Darksteel Axe, Godless Shrine for Isolated Chapel or other lands, and Spirit Mantle/Unquestioned Authority for Knight's Pledge. Also, History of Benalia would be insane in this deck.

Last_Laugh on Solitaire

1 week ago

Nice deck.

I do feel like it needs a few finishing touches like better haste enablers such as Need for Speed, Mass Hysteria, Generator Servant, or Ashling's Prerogative. I'd also try to find room for a few evasive auras like Aqueous Form, Steel of the Godhead, or Spirit Mantle. And a few great mana rocks to consider... Pentad Prism (ramps 2 colored mana on a 2 mana rock) and Chrome Mox.

Feel free to check out my list for ideas. Narset, American Beauty

LikeSpider943 on 5 color aura hexproof

1 week ago

Also, I don't like main deck Leyline of Sanctity or Madcap Skills. I think it would be best to run some combination of Hyena Umbra and/or Spirit Mantle

DrkNinja on Revenge of Blackblade

4 weeks 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.

mastermonorail on Daxos's spooky enchantments

1 month ago

Hello fredthecrazzyelf, I would like to help you with you Daxos the Returned deck. Myself I have a Daxos deck and I love him to the ground, enchantments and tokens are my two favoriet things in magic since I started playing and Daxos combines those perfectly. Maybe you could take a look at my Daxos list: Daxos the Returned I know my decklist is way over your buget of $20, though I might be able to help you find some valuable cards that aren't gonna break the bank.

First of all I would like to say that Daxos's Torment is a great card to run in the deck. For flavor reasons I have never cut it, but time and time again it has proven to be a ton of value in my games. For a Daxos deck the fact that a card is a enchantment is valuable enough, for that reason I understand you run these enchantment cards that can flikker themselves. (Personally I don't run most of them, but flikkering ward is my favorite) For the rest 'Ayish' has given you some very usefull advice, although I think Grim Guardian can work great in the deck, most of the cards he points out can be cut. The high mana-cost is why I would say.

The way my Daxos deck is build is focussed on the idea of disruption though enchantments or powerfull Aura's to boost one creature into a huge threat. For example a card like Ethereal Armor works great and is really cost efficient. Gift of Orzhova and Spirit Mantle are very good cards to due to the evasion they offer. And finally an all-star of the deck for me is Eidolon of Countless Battles which can fly under the radar and be a massive threat your opponents have to deal with later, twich!

My main advice would be to cut on CMC in your deck, you want to mana-cost of your spells to be rather low, so that you can pump as much mana into Daxos his pay-off ability, the Experience tokens. I would cut most of your 5+ mana cards and only leave in a couple of bombs, Daxos will do the rest. Furthermore, think about protection for Daxos, since a deck build around him needs him on the battlefield. (Alos don't forget your mana rocks

Good luck with your deck and I hope you may enjoy your Daxos deck for many years to come, he is a great general and can be very powerfull if played right.

ExtraEasy on Mono-White Wizards

1 month ago

Hi,

I like the look of this!

Some minor changes: I dont think your 3 auras and creatures that get auras out of them are really worth it. Either look to some better auras or get away from this strategy. I suggest Sage's Reverie and/or Spirit Mantle.

Id put 3 field of ruin and 3 ghost quarters in for 6 plains to help challenge opponents land bases.

Your sideboard could use some love: 2x Burrenton Forge-Tender 2x Oblivion Ring 2x Return to Dust 4x Leyline of Sanctity 3x Wrath of God 2x Rest in Peace

NV_1980 on Singleton

1 month ago

Hi Skillville,

Excellent deck! The only card I could think of to recommend would be Spirit Mantle; nice redundancy to Aqueous Form. Keep up the nice brewing!

Kind regards,

NV_1980

Cellran on Aura Uril

2 months ago

So I have a Uril deck that I have been working on for a while so I am going to make some suggestions to take out, the reason why, and then will give some cards I feel you should use if you can get ahold of them. So some general suggestions is to avoid fieldwipes that also hurt you a lot, secondly run very few creatures. Honestly mana dorks and the enchantress' are all that I really run so the major suggestion I would say is to cut down on the creatures and mostly leave dorks/enchantress' like Mesa Enchantress or things like Herald of the Pantheon which make auras cheaper. Another thing are instants and sorceries, the majority of those should be targeted removal and mass removal or land grab spells like Swords to Plowshares, Day of Judgment, or Rampant Growth. Some specifics on those are Titanic Ultimatum isn't awesome if you only have one creature, which is all you generally need to win. (Uril, the Miststalker) Including the other pump spells i would say aren't great with Uril because he pumps so much anyways. Predator's Rapport isn't a terrible one as it can get you some life if you need but their might be a better option if you really want to keep that in. Alright, on to the enchantments. I would say that out of auras, Ancestral Mask and Bear Umbra are your best two, the others I like are Dryad's Favor and Indestructibility and finally Rancor. Other than those three I would say most of your aura's are just a tad weak. Out of normal enchantments I would almost avoid these with a fiery passion, other than protection of course. I would say Oblivion Ring is the only one I for sure would say to keep in (yes I know it's an aura but you don't target uril with it.). Other than those I would say that you mostly want auras, other than removal or extremely powerful cards. Alright, on to suggestions: The major suggestions I would make for auras would be these Armadillo Cloak, Ethereal Armor, Flickerform, Runes of the Deus, Scourge of the Nobilis, Shield of the Oversoul, Spectra Ward, Spirit Mantle, Unquestioned Authority, and finally Vow of Wildness along with any of the umbras. (boar, spider, and hyena for example.) Some normal enchantments I like are: Burgeoning for ramp, Dueling Grounds and Ghostly Prison for protection. Also, Mayael's Aria and Sigil of the Empty Throne for alternate win cons and finally Sterling Grove for search and protection. The artifacts should be general ramp or mana fixing with maybe a Helm of the Gods for boosting. The wipes I use are Austere Command for when you really run into crap and Winds of Rath and Divine Reckoning because they don't normally hit uril so he doesn't die. I use Retether and Open the Vaults for recursion and Enlightened Tutor and Three Dreams for tutor and my two targeted removal is just Swords to Plowshares and Path to Exile. Those are just my general suggestions. If you want to look at my deck you can go to Uril the miststalker

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