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Noble Trampledancer

Noble

graft


Description

Had to do it once I saw squire1 's Angel noble deck.

Critique is welcome!

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Crivaro says... #1

I know it's an UNCOMMON, but Spellwild OupheMTG Card: Spellwild Ouphe is probably a good substitute for Aura GnarlidMTG Card: Aura Gnarlid (and I would use it). Also it's pretty good fitting in the 2-slot and the cost-lowering allows you to get more cards. You always target with an Aura. +1!

April 20, 2012 1:40 p.m.

graft says... #2

I'll try out Spellwild OupheMTG Card: Spellwild Ouphe, he fits in really well with the rest of the deck. Once this deck is up and running, it's insane how quickly it draws cards. Thanks :D

April 20, 2012 2:59 p.m.

MrGrizz1y says... #3

Canopy CoverMTG Card: Canopy Cover is a must for me. One UnsummonMTG Card: Unsummon and it's a huge loss. Check out my version. Noble Spiritdancer

April 23, 2012 6:26 p.m.

Crivaro says... #4

Ah, and since at least RancorMTG Card: Rancor jumps back and you always draw well... Rofellos's GiftMTG Card: Rofellos's Gift maybe?

April 23, 2012 6:31 p.m.

MrGrizz1y says... #5

Well you have Shielding PlaxMTG Card: Shielding Plax so you have the extra draw and hexproof vs. Canopy CoverMTG Card: Canopy Cover, the hexproof and can't be blocked by creatures without flying or reach and cost 1 less, but it's also an uncommon. Toss up I suppose.

April 23, 2012 6:37 p.m.

Crivaro says... #6

Hey graft, I made a little different Enchantment-Deck, too. Look: deck:umbra-noble

April 28, 2012 10:09 a.m.

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