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This deck is a pet project of mine, and my favorite Modern deck. While Enchantress is a relatively popular deck in Legacy, I've yet to see another good Modern version outside of SaffronOlive's Budget Magic deck. While I did get the idea from him, I've modified it and made it my own. In my (admittedly not extremely competitive) metagame, I've piloted this deck to wins over Dredge, Jund, Infect, Mill, Affinity, Slivers, and Titanshift, as well as a few other decks. I'm trying to hopefully play against other decks in the future, as I'm not sure how well this deck will work against them without extensive testing.

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Kale64 says... #1

Do you feel like Herald of the Pantheon and Arbor Elf give you too much mana? I run a very similar deck and only use Arbor Elf (but see others sometimes only run Herald). It may be just me, but I sometimes find myself getting insane amounts of mana with nothing to spend it on, making land draws and more mana produces (arbors, other utopia spawls, etc) useless. Here's my deck if you want to take a look. I also highly suggest Idyllic Tutor since it helps pick out specific cards. Maybe wait until MM17 is spoiled though, because I can certainly see it getting reprinted and having it's price plummet since modern enchantress isn't tiered right now.

January 29, 2017 10:09 p.m.

Pieguy396 says... #2

@Kale64 I sometimes have too much mana, yes, but it's generally worth it when I can make 10-15 Angel tokens in a single turn. It hasn't been much of an issue, but my meta might be different from yours. I considered Idyllic Tutor, but this isn't really a toolbox deck, and I almost always have the cards that I want. Does it work well for you?

Thanks for the advice, and be sure to leave a +1! ;)

January 29, 2017 11:06 p.m.

bakeraj4 says... #3

Awesome enchantress deck! In regards against Tron maybe splash blue. This gives you access to Spreading Seas to turn specific Tron pieces into islands. With the Abundant Growth does give you access to blue, adding a singleton Breeding Pool may help getting you a blue source. +1!

May 16, 2017 5:36 p.m.

Pieguy396 says... #4

Hey, bakeraj4 Thanks for the upvote!

I considered Spreading Seas, but adding a splash just for sideboard cards against a single matchup didn't seem that good to me. I haven't run into Tron in a while, but if it starts to become prevalent in my metagame, I might test it out. I think Blood Moon and a red splash might be better, but I'm focusing my cash on my EDH decks right now.

May 16, 2017 7:18 p.m.

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Date added 8 months
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Legality

This deck is Modern legal.

Cards 60
Avg. CMC 2.78
Tokens 4/4 Angel
Folders Completed Decks, Other people's decks, Possible Purchases, Unique Decks, Possible Decks, Other People's Decks, Completed
Top rank #39 on 2017-01-24
Views 1692

Revision 17 (1 week ago)

-2 Forest main
+3 Ghost Quarter main
-2 Plains main
+1 Windswept Heath main
-2 Curse of Exhaustion side
+2 Rule of Law side
-1 Porphyry Nodes maybe

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