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This idea sprouted from Ethereal Armor . I absolutely love auras, it's just that creatures are so fragile. However, When your creatures have hexproof, or are unblockable, or both (I'm looking at you Invisible Stalker ) this becomes much less of a problem.
The basic premise is to throw all your auras on any of the creatures in the deck really, and the more auras you use, the better Ethereal Armor becomes.
A lot of the stuff in the Maybeboard is very situational, for example Rest in Peace and Ground Seal , so they will probably end up in the sideboard (which I could use some help with). Other stuff in the Maybeboard is stuff that felt good in the deck, but lost out to "better" cards, so I would definitely still consider them.
Also, on turn one, I'm doing nothing, so if there is anything I missed that could go there, please let me know.
I would really love suggestions for the deck! I'm not very good at deckbuilding, so if my numbers are off, please tell me!
I have no idea why you're not running Bruna, Light of Alabaster . Her sole purpose is to carry enchantments and beat people with them, and she's in your colors.
You could probably cut out the Temple Garden s and add a pair of basic forests, an island, and a plains in their stead. You need a trifle less green and a bit more blue to balance things, espeically since you have no spells with more than one green mana symbol in their costs.
Aside from those small tweaks, this looks like a pretty solid idea. Just bear in mind that people tend to sideboard enchantment hate.
I don't know who said to take out Temple Garden , but you should ignore him.
That will get the job done perfectly.
Quirion Dryad is a kick-a$$ suggestion, for what it's worth, and if you ran it, then I could definitely see the utility in running the Temple Garden s. My only thought in taking them out was that, with literally Rancor as your only green card, and it as a one-drop, between two Forest s and four Sunpetal Grove s, you'll hit a green mana source in your opening hand somthing like 74% of the time (check my math?), and you won't have to shock yourself to play Rancor .
That said, zandl has a wonderful point in that the added reliability of eight green sources, coupled with the versatility of the shocklands, might wind up being the better course of action. At the end of the day, this is your deck, and we're merely kibbitzers.