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This is my exalted deck, a deck I had under-rated previously as I had no experience before with it, but now it has become one of my favorite aggro decks.
Knight of Infamy is probably my favorite with exalted, as protection from white is huge. In a meta emerging soon I believe token decks will get a huge boost with new cards coming in and old cards coming out like Ratchet Bomb . Being able to pound them with beaters like him is just great.
His counterpart Knight of Glory is great too, surviving to the best color of removal is great.
And my favorite Disciple of Bolas , allows me to attack with a 1/1 and beef him up, then play him during 2nd main phase, drawing more cards for late game, being able to stomp out aggro decks and keep up with control, is just great.
All the others are quite self-explanitary!
Please +1 and comment if you like!
I'd take out 2 Guardians of Akrasa. I ran 4 with my exalted deck for awhile and found I ended up drawing them when I didnt need them. Possibly take out the Evolving Wilds as well since you only have 1 of them and add Vault of the Archangel for life gain. I'd add in some more removal. Couple Go for the Throat and Murder. Tormented Soul would work well too. Nice 1 drop that is unblockable and will get pumped by exalted is to good to pass up. If you would like you can look at my exalted deck and see what you think. It's called The Exalted Ones. Would love your feedback. Hope my suggestions help.
@notan88, Sign in Blood is usually cast on yourself for card advantage purposes, but offers the flexibility to face burn your opponent when you absolutely need it: "Little agonies pave the way for greater power."
this deck is great i run it myself for now but I've just had so many problems with grixis control and things that run magma quake or bonfire of the damned. Also a good card you might consider is bond's of faith nice card to stop big meanies or just to pump your nights over all great card t have. also tell me if ajani's been doing well for you, i've never used him in my deck because he just seems too slow and kind of a hasle to keep around. overall good deck though.
If you're having trouble with bonfire, sideboard (or mainboard) Safe Passage . If you start strong you shouldn't need to tap out again, and keep enough mana open to passage. If this deck plays right, they won't have long to try and stop you.