Swiftfoot Boots

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy Legal
Archenemy 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
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Swiftfoot Boots

Artifact — Equipment

Equipped creature has hexproof and haste.

Equip (: Attach this to target creature you control. Equip only as a sorcery. This enters the battlefield unattached and stays on the battlefield if the creature this card is attached to leaves the battlefield.)

seshiro_of_the_orochi on How to keep Nekusar on …

1 month ago

I mean, Swiftfoot Boots and Lightning Greaves seem obvious. Next best things are Whispersilk Cloak and maybe Mask of Avacyn. Kaya's Ghostform and similar cards might work as well.

Master_J on Laser Beams

2 months ago

Out: Hindervines, Heaven / Earth, High Sentinels of Arashin, Wood Elves, Together Forever, Triskelion, Semester's End

In: Boon-Bringer Valkyrie, Agitator Ant, Evolution Sage, Orzhov Advokist, Evolutionary Escalation, Swiftfoot Boots, Botanical Brawler

A larger update in an effort to build counters. Taking out superfluous or higher value one shot effects for things that can provide counters regularly. This also lowered my curve ever so slightly.

legendofa on Take Control

2 months ago

You're in the colors of counterspells and protection, with and . Flickering Ward and Counterspell are reasonable options, and Swiftfoot Boots lets her start doing her thing as soon as she comes out.

For blink effects, Cloudshift, Ghostly Flicker, and similar effects let you both protect one of your creatures and keep control of your opponents' creatures. Since these cards specifically return the exiled creature "under your control," you can basically reset the control effect. Like, if you took a creature from an opponent with Merieke, you can blink it with one of these cards and keep it under you control without having to keep Merieke tapped.

I also like Fool's Demise for this sort of deck, as a personal favorite.

Profet93 on Gruul Smash!

2 months ago

How often do you have too much trample? If it overlaps too much, would you ever consider swapping out some trample enablers, mainly Ulvenwald Oddity  Flip for something with a bit more utility such as Deflecting Swat or it's budget counterpart Bolt Bend? They both "Counter" counterspells while redirecting targeted removal, extra turns and draw. Very much utility. Ulvenwald isn't impressive on it's own and it takes a large amount of mana just to make it bigger which can be removed in response.

As a fellow Xenagos player, our decks fold to spot removal given we invest our 5+ mana into a creature just to die to a 1-3 mana spot removal. I understand you have dense foliage to circumvent this but it's just one card.

Perhaps a Swiftfoot Boots might be worth including so you don't fail to search for an equipment. Swiftfoot boots also requires opponents to use spot removal in response to equipping, pre-combat so that your xenagos trigger isn't wasted on something that was gonna die anyways. Not to mention it makes people less likely to target your creature if they are unsure of who you are swinging at. After all, why waste spot removal on something that's harming one of their enemies. As the saying goes, the enemy of my enemy is my friend.

Looking forward to your response.

indieinside on How to lose friend Gaddock Teeg

3 months ago

run Lightning Greaves instead of Swiftfoot Boots? it doesnt cost anything to attach.

Icbrgr on Eriette of the Charmed Apple

3 months ago

Enlightened Tutor, Idyllic Tutor can be some nice tools here to search for a needed enchantment...

I also think Crawlspace and Silent Arbiter are solid extra layers of protection for unexpected removal of Eriette of the Charmed Apple...

For protecting Eriette of the Charmed Apple you can also consider Lightning Greaves/Swiftfoot Boots alongside Rebuff the Wicked/Apostle's Blessing/Dawn Charm.

Krugz on The Inevitable Annihilation

4 months ago

Andramalech You bet I do! There's just too many ways to play this deck aside from combo so I can see myself playing it for a long time.

And yes, Chimil is definitely something to consider. Maybe I'll give it a go after I finally convinced myself that Lightning Greaves and Swiftfoot Boots are dead cards on my hands most of the time. I know, I can't believe I'm actually saying this.

darksuffrage21 on Slingin' Counters

4 months ago

constructive feedback:

deck sucks. although there is room for improvement.

add more ramp. focus fast of ramp to get commander out as fast as possible. those cards are mostly in green. then maybe take out the cards that rely on other player. such as Taurean Mauler. although Forgotten Ancient is a great card. so keep it. Basilisk Collar isn't good because the deathtouch is pointless for a total of 3 mana unless you're chump blocking. But if you're having giant creatures with counters anyway it shouldn't matter add Swiftfoot Boots.

Hydras are a lot of fun. love that idea. deck could be a lot better if your creatures could get counters on them immediately. Rishkar, Peema Renegade is a great example. keep adding cards like that. But ramp is where you will get your speed.

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