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Noble Format: Kor




Rare - Puresteel(obviously)Uncommons - Kor Duelist

Whispersilk Cloak's lowest printing is common.

Based on the Noble Format by graft: Introducing Noble: the Format

My main win con is swinging with Vulshok Gauntlets then using Puresteel Paladin to move the equipment in main phase 2 to allow untap. (or just use Accorder's Shield so it doesn't tap.)

I feel like this deck is very true to the spirit of the format, costing little more than a starter deck. lemme know whatcha think.



mandroid says... #1

This is nice and I love the Noble. I'm gonna try to make my own version cause the Noble is so cool as a build-around and there are other equiptment I like more. Cool idea though.

April 14, 2012 7:19 p.m.

Nixnax101 says... #2

(Sorry for the necro)

Sorry for babbling for a long time, I just love equipment decks and was very interested to see one of my favorites, Puresteel Paladin, as a Noble.

I'm not sure which I like better as an uncommon for this sort of deck- Golem-Skin Gauntlets or Kor Duelist. It would seem Duelist is more potent in this kind of deck, so I'm inclined to say that Duelist is better. On a different note, I would run a playset of Ancient Den just to get a more reliable Metalcraft, while Vorrac Battlehorns could help you get past an opponent's physical defenses. I also feel Leonin Skyhunter to be all-around better than Kor Skyfisher. Another switch I'm not too sure on would be Vulshock Gauntlets or Bonesplitter, as I would only play gauntlets if I had a consistent and solid way of keeping the equipped creature untapped. Kor Outfitter seems kinda useless; why not take him out for something more useful, like a Remember the Fallen, in the event the opponent takes something important out.

And, as someone who runs an equipment deck often: FEAR VANDALBLAST!!!!!!!! ALWAYS HAVE A BACKUP PLAN!!!!!!!!

January 6, 2014 9:58 p.m.

Euphonatron says... #3

Well, thank you for bringing this forward again!

I forgot about this deck actually. I made this in a time when I was more concerned with using the cards I already owned, so that's why the decklist is as it is. (I don't own any Ancient Den ) As for the gauntlets, they would be used with Puresteel Paladin as placeholder to ensure untapping. I'd almost never swing with him, so he should almost never be tapped. I kind of agree with your Kor Outfitter assessment, I think I put him there in case removal took away my paladin, but RtF would help in that same case.

January 7, 2014 1:26 a.m.

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