Cho-Manno's Blessing

Cho-Manno's Blessing

Enchantment — Aura


Enchant creature

As Cho-Manno's Blessing enters the battlefield, choose a color.

Enchanted creature has protection from the chosen color. This effect doesn't remove Cho-Manno's Blessing.

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Unformat Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

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Cho-Manno's Blessing Discussion

carpecanum on Rograkh, Intrepid Archaeologist

7 months ago

Cho-Manno's Blessing and Harmonious Archon come to mind. Fireshrieker and Grappling Hook as well.

Martial Impetus, Vow of Duty and Bloodthirsty Blade could be used on opponents until you wanted them on your Kobold. Bloodthirsty Blade could even be swapped back every round after combat.

Spell_Slam on PDH|Lightning Helix on a Mane

1 year ago

I love this deck! That lion is such a great build-around and it's nice to see a decent boros list for once.

In the early and mid-game, you will be doing a lot of cycling and will likely end up with a lot of excess lands that you won't know what to do with. I would recommend playing more red card draw spells that allow you to filter through them to find more cyclers. Cathartic Reunion and Tormenting Voice would fill in nicely.

In terms of protection, I would really recommend both Angelic Renewal and Benevolent Bodyguard. You can put both of these down before your Commander, which gives you layers of protection that you don't need to invest in reactively. Considering how important your Commander is to your strategy, this is definitely worth thinking about. Something like a well-timed Eland Umbra puts your Commander out of most burn range and is also a layer of protection against destroy effects. You might also consider Cho-Manno's Blessing, even if it's WW, the permanent protection at instant speed is as good as it gets.

One really good piece of tech you are missing is Library of Leng. No max hand size is nice, but being able to cycle a card and put on top of your library to draw it again is completely busted. This means that you can re-use the same card over and over again to trigger your Commander's ability for no extra cost. You could be dealing 2 and gaining 2 for as low as 3 mana whever you want.

In terms of removal, I would really rather see a Journey to Nowhere instead of Lightning Bolt. Oblivion Ring also deals with a lot more than Disenchant.Faith's Fetters is pretty much a staple of White Removal in PDH. They are great ways to remove commanders, since you can then pick them up with something like Kor Skyfisher.

Kor Cartographer is another staple ramp spell for White decks. You're scraping the bottom of the barrel with some of your ramp, so this could be an easy swap.

Your hand should stay be pretty full, so Martyr of Ashes could do a lot of work for you.

I don't really like the Pinger sub-theme. Your Commander already represents tons of removal and damage that you have access to at any time. I think those slots would be better served as protection, board wipes and card draw.

I've never played Bonder's Ornament, but it looks... kinda bad. How has it played out in your experience?

Great deck overall!

lonesentinel on Dryad Militant PDH

1 year ago

since many of your combos rely around a few auras, i suggest adding Totem-Guide Hartebeest as a tutor.

if you're going for the control route, might try some counterspells in your colors Dawn Charm, Avoid Fate, Mana Tithe, Cease-Fire

Ward of Lights and Cho-Manno's Blessing serves double duty. You can use it to protect your main pieces, or 'blank' the target of the ghostly flicker, by granting your opponent's creature protection from blue. Tutorable from your Heliod's Pilgrim, and recurrable since its not instant/sorcery.

MrCuddlefish on Astro Boros

1 year ago

Kinda some weird flexes for ya:

I do think that you have a strong concept with the deck design. My main concerns are a lack of answers against large threats such as Gurmag Angler , Gearseeker Serpent and Ulamog's Crusher . Additionally I think that the deck requires more focus in its midrange interaction style and I'm thinking Battle Screech could be cut from the deck for more interaction such as Emerge Unscathed , Cho-Manno's Blessing , or Brute Force .

griffstick on PDH(WBR) - Can't stop the Beats

2 years ago

I was thinking cards like Cho-Manno's Blessing , Floating Shield , Pacifism , Temporal Isolation , Ward of Lights , and Righteous Aura . I'm not saying that they all deserve a spot but some are really good. Especially the ones with flash.

Ragamander on Enchantress

2 years ago

Finest Hour is probably better than Brave the Sands, so if we're trying to fit in Leyline of Anticipation and Privileged Position , it would be better to cut that instead. And it would probably be correct to cut New Horizons instead of Weirding Wood. A card is better than a +1/+1 counter.

You're going to want to add Alchemist's Refuge to the manabase to help you cast enchantments on your opponent's turns when you don't have Leyline of Anticipation. It might even be worth trying to play Vedalken Orrery to get these effects more often. There are a few flash enchantments you can play as well: Seal Away , Temporal Isolation , Slow Motion , Lawmage's Binding , Cast Out , Alexi's Cloak , Cho-Manno's Blessing , Eel Umbra , Jolrael's Favor , and Serpent Skin seem playable.

Another thing you might consider are replayable enchantments. The few I'm thinking of are Mana Bloom , Gossamer Chains , Flickering Ward , Broken Fall and Molting Skin . The latter three will also help you keep Tuvasa alive!

Speaking of keeping your commander alive, you might find it difficult with only Shield of the Oversoul, Swiftfoot Boots, Lightning Greaves, and Greater Auramancy. Furthermore, the latter two give shroud, which will make it hard to enchant Tuvasa afterwards! I'd consider trying to find more hexproof and indestructible effects even if they come from non-enchantment sources, such as Darksteel Plate . As for auras, there's Alpha Authority and Canopy Cover .

Finally, as just a neat card, you might consider playing Cloud Cover .

As for things to take out, the first thing I would do is take out Luminarch Ascension. The card is so powerful that people will just kill it or, more likely, YOU. It's a political disaster. I'd pull Abundant Growth because it's just not a very high-yield card. If you're looking for ramp and color-fixing, Carpet of Flowers is better because of how common blue is in Commander. Authority of the Consuls is probably not going to be very useful unless you know opponents are going to making large numbers of 1/1s for a combo. Finally, as much as I like it as a card, On Serra's Wings is not particularly excellent here. Unfortunately, that's just four cuts, and I gave a lot more suggestions. You'll just have to consider what effects you might want enough to include.

Cloudius on Cheating With Yenett

2 years ago


I run a home-brewed Creatureless Yennett Spellslinger deck. It is fairly consistent and threatens to win, if unanswered, usually by Turns 4 - 6.

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Some suggestions:

1) You mentioned your meta runs a lot of removals so protecting Yennett is key. I'd recommend adding in more low CMC counterspells (e.g. Swan Song ) or even funky cards like Silence and Orim's Chant .

2) There're also some budget options that can protect Yennett from spot removals:

3) Another way to combat removals/board wipes, is to speed up the deck and out value your opponents before they can find/draw into their answers. Yennett ain't cheap to cast at . The number of lands and mana rocks you play are on the low side and I'd recommend that you increase the numbers to ensure that Yennett can be summoned asap. This would also help you combat the issue of the deck being "very slow".

Hopefully you find the above suggestions useful and you can draw some inspirations from my deck. Feel free to leave any comments, suggestions or give an upvote on my deck page too. Cheers!

griffstick on Lock and Load!

2 years ago

I played against this befor but he didn't use pingers he used big creatures and like 12 counterspells. I had a very hard time beating the deck. The only way I could beat him was to flash in Cho-Manno's Blessing on Ley Weaver when he goes to target it with Freed from the Reel. Once freed from the reel is in the graveyard I'd a have chance to win, but if I don't finish quick, the card draw will keep him in pace for the win. So I needed Faith's Fetters to shutdown his Lore Weaver , but this is all considering he doesn't counter either one spell.

So from personal experience against the deck I know that you should be running way more counterspells.

Saturn somersaults was my only deck that could beat him because I had lots of removal and ot was fast and I had card draw. But if the game went long. His card draw was superior.

Again I suggest adding like 8 counterspells

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