Squire's Devotion


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Standard Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Arena [BETA] Legal
Brawl Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Rivals of Ixalan (RIX) Common

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Squire's Devotion

Enchantment — Aura

Enchant creature

Enchanted creature gets +1/+1 and has lifelink.

When Squire's Devotion enters the battlefield, create a 1/1 white Vampire creature token with lifelink.

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Squire's Devotion Discussion

Mahoot on Infinite Boros Dino Burn

2 weeks ago

After a lot of MTG Arena playtesting (and one FNM) The deck is not super consistent. at FNM the only combo I was able to win with was the Truefire Captain Star of Extinction combo, which was fun, but also felt kinda cheap (I'm not taking it out, though. I still like it)

I've managed to hit the Forerunner of the Empire, Raptor Hatchling, Make a Stand, and Truefire Captain combo a few times in Arena (it takes forever to go through the combo, especially if the opponent has a lot of life, haha).

There is something odd about the way the triggers stack in MTG Arena when you try to hit the Bellowing Aegisaur, Forerunner of the Empire, Raptor Hatchling, and Make a Stand combo. The Aegisaur's triggers go on the stack, but I guess the Hatchling taking damage and pooping out a dude and then the Forerunner pinging everything for one take priority over the Aegisaur's +1/+1 counter trigger. What this means is that your tokens never get the counters and therefor they die to the Forerunner's infinite pings. I suppose if I were to stop the combo (by choosing not to trigger the Forerunner's damage to everything) then the Hatchling would stop putting Dinos on the field and then all the Aegisaur's triggers would be allowed to resolve, loading up the Forerunner, Hatchling, and the two tokens that remain on the field with counters equal to the number of times you let the combo fire off. This is not ideal, but could be enough to close out a game, especially since the remaining tokens have trample

I found a few Reddit posts where folks said that the ability to order triggers is coming to MTG Arena, so I guess I have that to look forward to.

I'm currently testing with some lifegain strategies to try and keep up with quicker decks while I try to build my combos. Currently I am trying Healer's Hawk and Bishop's Soldier in place of the Sky Terror and Relentless Raptor, but I also like the idea of keeping the Relentless Raptor and throwing in the enchantment Squire's Devotion. I like the flow of Turn Two: Relentless Raptor, Turn Three: Squire's Devotion, Swing, gain four life. It puts the raptor out of Lightning Strike range, and would probably be able to square up nicely with most of what an opponent would have out by turn three.

I am also considering the Fountain of Renewal and Dawn of Hope combo to draw cards and churn out dudes, but I think I would be better off with early bodies on the field to keep me safe while assembling my combo.

Demarge on <$15 Standard Budget W Life-Gain

1 month ago

Flower / Flourish can give you a means of lowering land count while also being able to late game have a pump effect (only would have to run a forest or two)

Hunted Witness gives mentor a shot at two triggers (though really Dawn of Hope works wonders as a draw engine with Fountain of Renewal) he also adds to the cheap bodies to keep Leonin Vanguard active.

without Divine Visitation Leonin Warleader might be too expensive to cast for his effect, Knight of Grace might work much stronger for the deck as it lowers your curve and evades a large amount of the format's removal.

On Serra's Wings likely is a stronger option to Squire's Devotion as it also allows you to give an enormous pridemate evasion vs the armies of tokens.

Danitha Capashen, Paragon makes the combo 2 mana cheaper while being a first striking vigilance liflink body relevant enough to stop early assaults (so another "must eat a bolt" creature for aggressive opponents).

barcodebanisher on <$15 Standard Budget W Life-Gain

1 month ago

Danny66 the combo is Famished Paladin + Sorcerer's Wand + Squire's Devotion resulting in an infinite damage combo to win the game

Kizmetto on Jeskai Aura/Midrange transformational

1 month ago

Hm looks solid +1

My only complaint is i think i would want 3 Danitha Capashen, Paragon since she's so good. Loving the Ajani, Adversary of Tyrants in this build. How about Make a Stand for those pesky boardwipes? In sideboard.

Maybe Squire's Devotion to get lifelink on a big creature, and i also noticed they're all humans, so you could take advantage of Radiant Destiny since you're likely to hit ascend.

Good luck with testing! If you got some time, can i ask for some feedback on my deck please? Song of the Conclave (Tokens)

Qoarl on Jeskai Auras

1 month ago

Novice Knight or Mist-Cloaked Herald would probably be good for the deck, though right now they are pretty hard to consistently play on turn one. Until we get Hallowed Fountain, there just aren't that many turn one untapped sources. Maybe it's worth it regardless though. Who knows?

Playtesting myself, I've felt that Danitha Capashen, Paragon and the Captain's Hook have been a bit clunky, so maybe one could swap those and a Squire's Devotion for a set of Novice Knights.

WorldEater_42 on The Untouchables

2 months ago

EDIT: Added Squire's Devotion and Savage Stomp as well as Runic Armasaur for draw. Also considering Satyr Enchanter and the likes of Seal Away, Song of Freyalise and Ixalan's Binding

multimedia on The Untouchables

2 months ago

Hey, you're welcome.

Unfortunately, there's not a lot of post rotation auras to choose from Wings and Talons are the only green or white ones that give true evasion. There's a few others in blue. Selesnya is thankfully a guild in Guilds of Ravnica, the next Standard set. Enchanter is a big hint that enchantment matters themes are coming to Standard, possibly in Ravnica. I guess what I'm saying is jump on the Enchanter train with Vine Mare :)

Squire's Devotion is a nice aura for aggro matchups. Give creature such as Vine or Champion lifelink and make 1/1 token with lifelink, as a blocker. Seal Away is a great removal spell in current Standard and it survives rotation. Ixalan's Binding post rotation will be good, most likely played in the sideboard of just about every deck playing white. Both these removal spells are enchantments they work with Enchanter. Song of Freyalise is another underplayed enchantment another way to give creature(s) evasion until end of turn as well as pump them.

Good luck with your deck.

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