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|Commander 2018 (C18)||Mythic Rare|
|Avacyn Restored (AVR)||Mythic Rare|
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Bruna, Light of Alabaster
Legendary Creature — Angel
Whenever Bruna, Light of Alabaster attacks or blocks, you may attach any number of Auras on the battlefield to it and you may put onto the battlefield any number of Aura cards that could enchant it from your graveyard and/or hand attached to it.
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Bruna, Light of Alabaster Discussion
2 weeks ago
I think you could take out these cards for better things: Lumbering Satyr, Marsh Boa, Rhox Charger, Verdant Sun's Avatar, Sygg River Guide, Stormtide Leviathan, Inkwell Leviathan
You might like these: Snake Umbra , Tuvasa the Sunlit , Sram, Senior Edificer , Ethereal Armor , Blessing of the Nephilim , Dueling Grounds , Lightmine Field , Inquisitor's Flail , Cephalid Constable , Sigil of Sleep , Aqueous Form , Bruna, Light of Alabaster , Vanishing , Lu Xun, Scholar General , Curious Obsession , Heliod's Pilgrim
1 month ago
I know what you're thinking. Voltron? In Jund? Why don't you just play Voltron like everyone else with Bruna, Light of Alabaster or Uril, the Miststalker ? And I must admit, you have a fair point. It'd be a lot easier. But i'm not one to take the easy way out. Helming my prospective deck will be Prossh, Skyraider of Kher for now. This is my first Voltron list, and I'm a little lost when it comes to what to throw into this deck. Suggestions can be anything from Jund/Prossh staples to anything that could help facilitate the voltron strategy. Thanks for the suggestions, and I wish you all well.
2 months ago
2 months ago
@: Exterminated Akroma's Memory. Decided to refrain from cutting Worldpurge ; seems too awesome in any deck running . What about Bruna, Light of Alabaster ? She seems to want a lot of Auras for herself at CMC6. As for what other thing to cut, I got the prime suspects remaining for Enchantment Tutoring (Heliod would kill beyond death anyone who'd remove such a land from Modern Horizons...) needing quite some cuts. With 5 Rounds, only one actually in the overall 5 Star-Style Revolver Chamber, who'd not to cut, but rather to kill?
I don't know what I'd cut; though that Heliod's Pilgrim seems to do less than the others... What do you aim for as a target as you making 5 cards play Russian Roulette? Which card wants you to pull the trigger...? (I feel like- no; I'm not severing my chain any further; though there was a game similar to this, but w/ plot...) & yes, I apologize for that reference, & yes, I know it's a bad one as well; I'm just setting the mood; improperly. X/
2 months ago
To reiterate my point:
Magic is designed around mono-colour identities. The game designers have spent two decades fleshing out what each individual colour means, and we have
Multi-coloured cards do not need a specifically-defined identity. Because the game is designed around the single colours, the easiest way to define White-Blue would be “a colour combination that has traits of both White and Blue.”
This is why we have fairly different takes on White-Blue between planes. Kaladesh, for example, has a very technological interpretation of White-Blue, where artifacts (Blue) are used to effectuate order by force (White). Ravnica, on the other hand, uses a highly logical (Blue) rule of law (White) to exercise its control. Bruna, Light of Alabaster represents a holy protector (White) with a Blue subtheme in her ability to move auras. The list could go on.
The same issue gets compounded to a greater degree when you hit three colours - White-Blue-Black would best be defined as “a card that has elements of White, Blue, and Black.” Trying to reach a singular definition becomes harder not because it is “it get's too confusing to [me]” but because of simple math. If we assume each individual colour has two traits (a vast underestimate given the complexity inherent in each colour), that means there are four options for two-coloured identities; eight options for three-coloured; sixteen options for four-coloured; thirty-two options for five coloured. Again, I think those estimates are lower than they would be in reality.
TL;DR: This game is built around the identities of single-colours. Rather than define each colour pairing, it’s better to have a perfect understanding of the individual colours, as you can derive all possible interpretations of the pairing from such a knowledge.
2 months ago
its alot, but the following cards i would consider to be your Voltron support. this would mean we are including A LOT of enchantments. I have found as much synergy as i could, but im sure its food for thought. Trophy Mage , Heliod's Pilgrim , Bruna, Light of Alabaster , Sram, Senior Edificer , Sovereigns of Lost Alara , Invocation of Saint Traft , Danitha Capashen, Paragon , Silverblade Paladin , Blackblade Reforged , Sword of the Animist , Swiftfoot Boots (for the haste), Ethereal Armor , Holy Mantle , Shielded by Faith , Daybreak Coronet , Mesa Enchantress (if you go heavier on enchantments), Trailblazer's Boots (OP OP in EDH),
Approach of the Second Sun can win a game out of nowhere
2 months ago
3 months ago
Love your deck. It has inspired me to build a Yeva deck of my own. My meta tends to have a reasonable amount of pesky flyers. Most of which hit hard with dragons or Voltron commanders like Sigarda, Host of Herons , Bruna, Light of Alabaster , etc. The powerful levels of these decks are around the 6-8/10 on the power level.
Have you had issues running into flying/evasive creatures? I've been mulling about putting in: Thornweald Archer , [Silklash Spider], and/or [Arashi, the Sky Asunder]. What are your thoughts on evasive aggro decks?
Bruna, Light of Alabaster occurrence in decks from the last year
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All decks: 0.01%