- 3x Essence Warden
- 1x Felidar Sovereign
- 4x Palace Guard
- 3x Soul Warden
- 3x Soul's Attendant
- 4x Wall of Glare
You should google 'Soul Sisters MTG' and check out some decklists. Even if you don't use Ajani's Pridemate to attack the opponent it will still trump almost anything in combat with 9 soul sisters. It will ultimately kill more things than your current uncommon will, which results in more life gained in the end because you're actually killing opposing creatures.
April 17, 2012 6:51 p.m.
True...but my current uncommon, Unquestioned Authority, is there to protect my two types of creatures that have the ability to block as many creatures as I wish them to. If they have protection from creatures and colors, they basically can't take combat damage and in a sense, are super hexproofed (A board wipe won't kill it because of the protection from color...right?)
I really need to update my Description to show the battle plan of this deck. Get out as many sisters as possible, get a defender or two out protected from colors of the enemy and then once my life is plenty high enough, pop out my Noble for the win! (Maybe wait until I can protect that too from some colors.)
I'm kinda thinking of maybe adding in a few milling ideas because otherwise, the game could end in a draw if my noble is killed. Thanks for the idea though. I'm putting that into my idea board (aka, sideboard).
April 18, 2012 2:39 a.m.
Wrath of God kills Black Knight because WOG doesn't target it, which protection stops, and it doesn't damage it, which protection also stops. Slagstorm & Pyroclasm however, won't kill a Kor Firewalker because they deal damage, which protection prevents.
So you'll probably never see them die if you get the aura on them, but you will see plenty of dead cards to stuff like Doom Blade and Vapor Snag played in response to your aura, which makes the aura fizzle as its target is dead.
April 18, 2012 11:55 a.m.
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