Aurelia, the Law Above
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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Historic Brawl Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Pre-release Legal
Standard Legal
Standard Brawl Legal
Vintage Legal

Aurelia, the Law Above

Legendary Creature — Angel

Flying, vigilance, haste

Whenever a player attacks with three or more creatures, you draw a card.

Whenever a player attacks with five or more creatures, Aurelia, the Law Above deals 3 damage to each of your opponents and you again 3 life.

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Master_J on Attack Attack!

1 month ago

OUT: Faithless Looting, Thrill of Possibility, Anger

IN: Brave the Sands, Chivalric Alliance, Aurelia, the Law Above

Making a few minor changes. I generally don't like throwing cards away with no way to Reanimate them, so taking those out for other small enchantments that will hopefully help me longer term.

Then trading or haste with Anger for some evasive draw enabler.

Gbickel on Aurelia, the Warleader

1 month ago

Auerlia is one of my favorite commanders. So glad that you are building her. Boros has historically been terrible with ramp and draw, but there's a lot of things you can to now to shore up those problems in these colors.

I'm not sure your budget, but here are some of my recommendation. Ramp: Fellwar Stone, Oketra's Monument, Pearl Medallion or Ruby Medallion, Talisman of Conviction, Land Tax, $Smothering Tithe, and Curse of Opulence. Curse of Opulence is such a fun card to get gold token and insentivize your opponents to attack someone else.

Draw: Aurelia, the Law Above, Geier Reach Sanitarium, Mikokoro, Center of the Sea, Mask of Memory, Faithless Looting. I love running Palantir of Orthanc. Its fun messing with opponents to get the draw or hitting them for lots of damage. I enjoy running wheel cards, but the Aurelia I play is a reanimator deck. So I have no problems with my creatures in the graveyard.

But a big weakness I see is spot removal. You do have boardwipes. They are okay, but sometimes you need to remove one problem permanent instead of resetting the board. I would encourage adding removal for different types of permanents. This is something that Boros excels in.

DemonDragonJ on Gisela How Much Damage Is Too Much

2 months ago

Have you considered Firemane Avenger, Firemane Commando, or Aurelia, the Law Above for this deck? All of those are amazing creatures, and should work very well with this deck's theme.

king-saproling on First Deck

3 months ago

This is a great list for someone new to the game! Personally I would make these swaps:

Abbot of Keral Keep -> Hoarding Ogre
Seasoned Pyromancer -> Aurelia, the Law Above
Grand Abolisher -> Bitterthorn, Nissa's Animus
Diabolic Intent -> Glimmer Lens
Ogre-Head Helm -> Conjurer's Mantle
Dolmen Gate -> Aegis of the Legion
Relic of Legends -> Sword of the Animist

DemonDragonJ on How is the New Voja …

3 months ago

I know that I ask this question very frequently, but WotC continues to print cards that I feel are simply too powerful for their mana costs, and the new Voja, Jaws of the Conclave is among the newest of those cards; for five mana, the new Voja is a 5/5 creature with three keyword abilities (including ward ) and a powerful triggered ability, which I feel is simply too much value for such a low mana cost.

If the new Voja did not have ward, did not have its triggered ability, or cost 7 mana, I would have accepted it, but, as he currently is, he provides simply too much value for too low of a cost; I understand that some level of power creep in any game is inevitable, but this is essentially power escalation, in my mind; I can accept both Aurelia, the Law Above outclassing Serra Angel or Scourge of Valkas outclassing Shivan Dragon, because they are subtle improvements over the originals, but Voja, Jaws of the Conclave is simply ridiculous, to me.

What does everyone else say about this? How is Voja, Jaws of the Conclave remotely balanced?

Crow_Umbra on Laughing Lizard Likes Larceny

3 months ago

There were definitely lots of cool options in this set. My one wish-list commander that we didn't get was a new Isshin that had some mechanical flavoring as a nod to Seven Samurai / The Magnificent Seven. That would have been kind of hard to do, but could have been something along the lines of Aurelia, the Law Above.

Vihaan looks pretty fun. I might just build new Olivia, since I already have a lot of the stuff for the deck between what comes in the precon, and what I already have in my collection/Prosper. I am kinda weird in that I don't necessarily like to have multiple decks that use the exact same color combos.

The commanders you all mentioned are really cool. Taii Wakeen, Perfect Shot was one of the others that really caught my eye. I'm def a sucker for commanders that kinda go against the "stereotypes" of what their color combos typically do. Taii Wakeen could be spell slinger or maybe go-wide group slug.

I'm also really stoked for Felix Five-Boots. It tempts me to dust off and re-tool my old Brokkos, Apex of Forever, as it utilized a decent chunk of combat damage based triggers.

Crow_Umbra on Fuck it, late Outlaw of …

3 months ago

At this rate, my only hope is for the Olivia pre-con, but I was hoping for a Seven Samurai/ The Magnificent Seven mechanically flavored Isshin card. It's admittedly a pretty narrow space to care about controlling Seven creatures in some way, but Aurelia, the Law Above gets kinda close with 5.

Idk, but just something I was hoping for in some fashion. Seven Samurai was something my dad showed me as a kid.

DemonDragonJ on Battle Hymn of the Seraphim

4 months ago

I have replaced The Immortal Sun with Aurelia, the Law Above, which reduced this deck's average converted mana cost from 3.90 to 3.88, because, as great as the sun was, Aurelia better fits the theme of this deck.

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