I don’t really care what Tina Turner thinks on the subject, because we definitely do need another hero. I didn’t know until it got revealed, but Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One is both the hero we deserve and the one we need.

Like Enrique Iglesias, it sang to us: “I can be your Hero, baby”. And boy did I hear that song. Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One is a powerful two-drop to say the least. But with great power comes great responsibility, and that responsibility is to pair it with loads of multicolor spells.
I spent a large part of last Tuesday going over all sorts of different feasible combinations that allow you to take advantage of this precious card. I’ll share my thoughts with you here in a very decklist heavy article. But you don’t mind that, do you?

Rule #95, kid: Concentrate!

The basics of building a Hero of Precinct One deck

Hero of Precinct One History of Benalia by Noah Bradley

History of Benalia by Noah Bradley

First of all, what is the proper number of multicolor cards to include in a deck built around Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One?

Well, ideally we’d play no mono-colored spells except for Hero itself, but likely we would sacrifice some amount of power, and we still need our deck to function when we don’t draw our hero or when some villain like Lava CoilLava Coil defeats it immediately.

So it’s more likely we need to play some number of mono-colored cards to make the deck functional. History of BenaliaHistory of Benalia didn’t just surrender its position as one of the best cards in Standard overnight. And since decks with Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One likely pursue go-wide or value strategies, History fits right in. So I’ve included that card in most of my lists, even though its mono white.

In general, I tried to aim for at least 24 multicolor spells, though the more the merrier. It really is a balancing act, where you might choose to play a slightly worse card just because it is multicolored. This can be taken too far though, so be very self-critical when you add cards to your deck. After all, Hero can just be a lightning rod that heroically sacrifices herself so that your other cards may live. And if it lives and makes a couple tokens over the course of the next turns, then it’s very much a constructed-worthy card.

Keep It Cheap

Hero of multicolor one-drops

Flower by Dmitry Burmak

One thing to note is that it works particularly well with multicolored 1-cost cards. Because you either get to play 2 multicolored spells when you untap with it on turn three, or you can gain some value through removal if you play it together with a 1-cost card on turn three.
However, we are very short on multicolored 1-cost cards to support it with. This is because by definition, a 1-mana card can’t be multicolored unless it’s hybrid.
Footlight FiendFootlight Fiend is the only multicolor 1-drop creature in Standard, and it needs specific circumstances to be playable. Otherwise we must turn to the uncommon split cards, but luckily there are plenty to choose from.

FlowerFlower // Flourish is the immediate hot combo, as not only do you get to replace lands with multicolor spells that can make 1/1’s, but Flourish is also a great way to take advantage of all the tokens you’ve made. Incubation // IncongruityIncubation // Incongruity is another good option, especially if it finds another multicolored creature.

Carnival // CarnageCarnival // Carnage is just a good rate card, and IntegrityIntegrity // Intervention can help save your hero from certain smaller burn spells.
With those thoughts in mind, I set out to scour decklists and start the brewing myself!

Rule #96: Aim…

Taking the first shots a Mardu Hero-list

Fireblade Artist by Steve Argyle

I guess you already got a sneak peek from the article last week when I showed you the Mardu Humans deck that caught my interest. Here it is again, for reference:

Mardu Humans by Yoman5

Creatures (29)
Hunted WitnessHunted Witness
Footlight FiendFootlight Fiend
Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One
Fireblade ArtistFireblade Artist
Boros ChallengerBoros Challenger
Tajic, Legion’s EdgeTajic, Legion’s Edge
Swiftblade VindicatorSwiftblade Vindicator
Judith, the Scourge DivaJudith, the Scourge Diva
Benalish MarshalBenalish Marshal

Spells (8)
Heroic ReinforcementsHeroic Reinforcements
Carnival // CarnageCarnival // Carnage
MortifyMortify
Response/ResurgenceResponse/Resurgence
Lands (23)
Godless ShrineGodless Shrine
Sacred FoundrySacred Foundry
Blood CryptBlood Crypt
PlainsPlains
Clifftop RetreatClifftop Retreat
Isolated ChapelIsolated Chapel
Unclaimed TerritoryUnclaimed Territory

Sideboard (15)
Response/ResurgenceResponse/Resurgence
Experimental FrenzyExperimental Frenzy
Carnival // CarnageCarnival // Carnage
Angrath, the Flame-ChainedAngrath, the Flame-Chained
Theater of HorrorsTheater of Horrors
MortifyMortify
Justice StrikeJustice Strike
Aurelia, Exemplar of JusticeAurelia, Exemplar of Justice
Tajic, Legion’s EdgeTajic, Legion’s Edge
Tocatli Honor GuardTocatli Honor Guard

This deck gets to take good advantage of Footlight FiendFootlight Fiend as a 1-drop but also gets to play a myriad of other multicolor spells. It even has 8 anthem-effects in its creature base to pump up the tokens your hero might produce, a Fireblade ArtistFireblade Artist to feed them to and Heroic ReinforcementsHeroic Reinforcements on top. That’s one of the scariest cards you can pair with Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One.

Since the token from Hero will come into play before Heroic ReinforcementsHeroic Reinforcements resolves, that one will also gain haste and get +1/+1, which turns the already efficient game-ender into a slaughter. They even appropriately named it so that you are never unsure which sort of character needs the reinforcements!

Heroic Aristocrats

A different take on a Mardu Hero list

Priest of Forgotten Gods by Zack Stella

A slightly different take on “Mardu deck with Hero” comes from one of the early 5-0 lists on Magic Online. This one takes more of the sacrifice value engine and uses the human tokens as fodder.

Mardu Aristocrats by jakedurshimer

Creatures (30)
Elenda, the Dusk RoseElenda, the Dusk Rose
Footlight FiendFootlight Fiend
GutterbonesGutterbones
Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One
Judith, the Scourge DivaJudith, the Scourge Diva
Midnight ReaperMidnight Reaper
Pitiless PontiffPitiless Pontiff
Priest of Forgotten GodsPriest of Forgotten Gods

Spells (6)
Carnival // CarnageCarnival // Carnage
MortifyMortify
Theater of HorrorsTheater of Horrors
Lands (24)
Blood CryptBlood Crypt
Clifftop RetreatClifftop Retreat
Dragonskull SummitDragonskull Summit
Godless ShrineGodless Shrine
Isolated ChapelIsolated Chapel
Sacred FoundrySacred Foundry
SwampSwamp

Sideboard (15)
Angrath, the Flame-ChainedAngrath, the Flame-Chained
Drill BitDrill Bit
Ethereal AbsolutionEthereal Absolution
Lava CoilLava Coil
Midnight ReaperMidnight Reaper
PlaguecrafterPlaguecrafter
Theater of HorrorsTheater of Horrors

I got absolutely smashed by this deck online while when I played Gruul. It can both get aggressive with Judith, the Scourge DivaJudith, the Scourge Diva, while it also has the value engine of Priest of Forgotten GodsPriest of Forgotten Gods and Midnight ReaperMidnight Reaper.

I hope you remembered to pick up your Elenda, the Dusk RoseElenda, the Dusk Rose!
This is a good example of a deck that doesn’t go all in on multicolor, as it “only” plays 21 golden cards. It just so happens that a lot of the cards you want to play in this deck are multicolored anyway, and Hero just works so well with your strategy.
I’m certainly interested in in these Mardu decks and want to try them both.

Going extra wide

Hero in Token strategies

Shanna, Sisay’s Legacy
Emmara, Soul of the Accord
Trostani Discordant
Flower
Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One is everything that Saproling MigrationSaproling Migration ever dreamed to be. it’s not really hard for it to be more than two bodies in one card, which makes it excellent in conjunction with convoke and potentially slot right into the GW Tokens shell that already has FlowerFlower // Flourish, Emmara, Soul of the AccordEmmara, Soul of the Accord, Trostani DiscordantTrostani Discordant and March of the MultitudesMarch of the Multitudes.

This is an attempt at a straight green-white version. We need to add some speculative cards, but we reach 20 multicolor cards this way:

GW Hero Tokens by Simon Nielsen

Creatures (17)
Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One
Emmara, Soul of the AccordEmmara, Soul of the Accord
Shanna, Sisay’s LegacyShanna, Sisay’s Legacy
Knight of AutumnKnight of Autumn
Trostani DiscordantTrostani Discordant
Venerated LoxodonVenerated Loxodon

Spells (22)
FlowerFlower
Legion’s LandingLegion’s Landing
Saproling MigrationSaproling Migration
History of BenaliaHistory of Benalia
Huatli, Radiant ChampionHuatli, Radiant Champion
March of the MultitudesMarch of the Multitudes
Conclave TribunalConclave Tribunal
Lands (21)
PlainsPlains
Sunpetal GroveSunpetal Grove
ForestForest
Temple GardenTemple Garden

Sideboard (15)
Adanto VanguardAdanto Vanguard
Lyra DawnbringerLyra Dawnbringer
Collision // ColossusCollision // Colossus
Vivien ReidVivien Reid
Knight of AutumnKnight of Autumn
Baffling EndBaffling End
Shanna, Sisay’s LegacyShanna, Sisay’s Legacy
Huatli, Radiant ChampionHuatli, Radiant Champion overperformed for me at the World Magic Cup, so I have no qualms when I slot it into the maindeck here. Knight of AutumnKnight of Autumn might also become a more reasonable maindeck inclusion as burn decks and decks built around enchantments seem to pop up.

 

We need colors. Lots of colors.

Trying to maximize Hero of Precinct One

Hero of Precinct One March of the Multitudes by Zack Stella

March of the Multitudes by Zack Stella

Overall though, now that we have access to these sweet manabases I’d want to see how much better we can make Hero with the help of multicolor cards in other colors. One approach is to go Bant.

Dovin, Grand ArbiterDovin, Grand Arbiter is quite a good token-maker and a perfect follow-up to Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One. Deputy of DetentionDeputy of Detention is a multicolored removal spell that can even help you convoke. And you can find it with Incubation // IncongruityIncubation // Incongruity, another excellent card if you can make it work.
After a lot of fine-tuning the numbers, this is what I came up with:

Bant Tokens by Simon Nielsen

Creatures (20)
Emmara, Soul of the AccordEmmara, Soul of the Accord
Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One
Venerated LoxodonVenerated Loxodon
Trostani DiscordantTrostani Discordant
Deputy of DetentionDeputy of Detention
Adanto VanguardAdanto Vanguard
Shanna, Sisay’s LegacyShanna, Sisay’s Legacy

Spells (19)
Incubation // IncongruityIncubation // Incongruity
FlowerFlower
History of BenaliaHistory of Benalia
Dovin, Grand ArbiterDovin, Grand Arbiter
March of the MultitudesMarch of the Multitudes
Conclave TribunalConclave Tribunal
Lands (21)
Breeding PoolBreeding Pool
Hallowed FountainHallowed Fountain
Temple GardenTemple Garden
Sunpetal GroveSunpetal Grove
Glacial FortressGlacial Fortress
ForestForest
PlainsPlains

Sideboard (15)
Knight of AutumnKnight of Autumn
NegateNegate
Baffling EndBaffling End
Huatli, Radiant ChampionHuatli, Radiant Champion
Citywide BustCitywide Bust
Carnage TyrantCarnage Tyrant

Sadly we had to get rid of Legion’s LandingLegion’s Landing and Saproling MigrationSaproling Migration to make everything fit. I have 24 multicolored spells and 20 creatures, which are the numbers I tried to reach. The manabase works fine, but everything here is a finely balanced scale.

With 20 creatures our Incubation // IncongruityIncubation // Incongruity will still miss 11,5% of the time. That’s not acceptable under normal circumstances. But you must consider that sometimes you might at least get a 1/1 Human token out of it. Additionally, the card can find yet another multicolor card or simply act as a removal spell.

Sideboard construction with Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One is very interesting I think. How deep do you go with multicolor cards? Surely you can’t board out 8 multicolored cards for 8 mono colored ones and expect your Hero to work that well, but maybe it doesn’t need to work overtime in the sideboarded games when the opponent has access to sweepers anyway?
For this sideboard I didn’t go very deep, but there are certainly easy changes you can make to facilitate a more colorful sideboard.

Dreaming of a Super-Hero

I just want to make this nut-draw happen

Imperious Oligarch by Johannes Voss

Now I know it’s not a good idea to build your entire deck around one single wishful draw, but can we at least try and make it possible without a loss of general deck functionality?

When I realized that Footlight FiendFootlight Fiend with Hero in play supercharges your convoke cards, I saw the possibility:

Turn 2, Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One. Close your eyes and pray for no removal spell.

Turn 3, multicolor 2-drop, make a token. Footlight FiendFootlight Fiend, make a token. Tap all 5 creatures for a sweet, sweet turn 3 Venerated LoxodonVenerated Loxodon.

Such a draw is going to be hard to beat. But this means that we have to dabble into other colors. During research for possible builds I realized that black and white alone have so many fitting multicolor cards:

BW Tokens by Simon Nielsen

Creatures (22)
Footlight FiendFootlight Fiend
Pitiless PontiffPitiless Pontiff
Imperious OligarchImperious Oligarch
Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One
Hunted WitnessHunted Witness
Venerated LoxodonVenerated Loxodon

Spells (18)
History of BenaliaHistory of Benalia
MortifyMortify
Call to the FeastCall to the Feast
Final PaymentFinal Payment
FindFind
FlowerFlower
Lands (20)
Godless ShrineGodless Shrine
Temple GardenTemple Garden
ForestForest
SwampSwamp
PlainsPlains
Isolated ChapelIsolated Chapel
Sacred FoundrySacred Foundry

I think this deck lacks some oomph, but I mostly just wanted to highlight some deckbuilding decisions I made that I think are pretty smart, if I dare say so myself.

I was not satisfied with the amount of gold cards in this deck, until I realized that I could cut Plains to add FlowerFlower // Flourish, and cut some more for Temple GardenTemple Garden and sneak a single Forest in there. Suddenly, I also had access to this big pump spell the deck needed. This also meant I could play FindFind // Finality which, even though it is kind of double black, 4 of my white sources also fix for green!

I also had room for exactly one Sacred FoundrySacred Foundry as another white source that taps for Footlight FiendFootlight Fiend. And Call to the FeastCall to the Feast is actually pretty sweet with Venerated LoxodonVenerated Loxodon too.

Anyways, once we already go down the path of a soft splash, we might as well go for the full use of a good tri-color mana:

Abzan Tokens by Simon Nielsen

Creatures (27)
Footlight FiendFootlight Fiend
Shanna, Sisay's LegacyShanna, Sisay's Legacy
Imperious OligarchImperious Oligarch
Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One
March of the MultitudesMarch of the Multitudes
Emmara, Soul of the AccordEmmara, Soul of the Accord
Venerated LoxodonVenerated Loxodon
Trostani DiscordantTrostani Discordant

Spells (12)
MortifyMortify
History of BenaliaHistory of Benalia
Conclave TribunalConclave Tribunal
FlowerFlower
Lands (21)
Godless ShrineGodless Shrine
Temple GardenTemple Garden
ForestForest
Overgrown TombOvergrown Tomb
PlainsPlains
Isolated ChapelIsolated Chapel
Sunpetal GroveSunpetal Grove
Woodland CemeteryWoodland Cemetery

Again we seem to lack some power. And am I crazy for thinking I want to slide some number of Call to the FeastCall to the Feast back in here?

But Footlight FiendFootlight Fiend doesn’t just get cast by black mana. What happens if we add red instead?

The Hero Saves the Day

Did I break it?

Heroic Reinforcements by Scott Murphy

Heroic Reinforcements by Scott Murphy

Turns out that adding red to your tokens deck gives you access to Heroic ReinforcementsHeroic Reinforcements, you know that card that is busted in token strategies and even more so with Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One. Let’s look at how this one shakes out:

Naya Tokens by Simon Nielsen

Creatures (21)
Footlight FiendFootlight Fiend
Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One
Emmara, Soul of the AccordEmmara, Soul of the Accord
Shanna, Sisay’s LegacyShanna, Sisay’s Legacy
Boros ChallengerBoros Challenger
Venerated LoxodonVenerated Loxodon
Trostani DiscordantTrostani Discordant

Spells (19)
FlowerFlower
History of BenaliaHistory of Benalia
Heroic ReinforcementsHeroic Reinforcements
March of the MultitudesMarch of the Multitudes
Conclave TribunalConclave Tribunal
Lands (20)
Temple GardenTemple Garden
Sacred FoundrySacred Foundry
Stomping GroundStomping Ground
PlainsPlains
ForestForest
Clifftop RetreatClifftop Retreat
Sunpetal GroveSunpetal Grove

Sideboard (15)
Knight of AutumnKnight of Autumn
Huatli, Radiant ChampionHuatli, Radiant Champion
CindervinesCindervines
Aurelia, Exemplar of JusticeAurelia, Exemplar of Justice
Collision // ColossusCollision // Colossus
Gruul SpellbreakerGruul Spellbreaker
Lava CoilLava Coil
IntegrityIntegrity

I was really excited by this deck when I first built it. Actually, I still am so excited that I’m playing a league with this deck on Magic Online in between writing paragraphs of this article (and I went 4-1 again).

It’s absurd how well Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One works with March of the MultitudesMarch of the Multitudes. What I often experience is that I play a Hero on turn 2. They do something inconsequential like Incubation DruidIncubation Druid, but never kill my Hero. Then it doesn’t matter how many giant Hydroid KrasisHydroid Krasis they get to cast, they are dead within a couple of turns, completely swarmed by tokens.

The sideboard is still a work in progress, and again I have to figure out the multicolor vs monocolor balance. My losses so far have been to Turbo Fog and Mono Red Burn, both matchups that seem hard for this deck.
I’ve even come to wonder if Footlight FiendFootlight Fiend deserves its spot in the deck it all. It is nice to have any one-drop to help with convoke, and it is busted with Hero of Precinct One and convoke (I got to do the turn 3 Venerated LoxodonVenerated Loxodon against Craig Wescoe). But it’s also the first card I cut in most matchups postboard, and honestly it could just become a Tajic, Legion’s EdgeTajic, Legion’s Edge, another land and two Legion’s LandingLegion’s Landing.

Now that I think about it, it doesn’t seem that hard to set up the Tajic, Shalai, Voice of PlentyShalai, Voice of Plenty lock against the red burn-decks, and Tajic protects from Goblin ChainwhirlerGoblin Chainwhirler and Deafening ClarionDeafening Clarion by himself.

There is potential here, and I will keep working on it.

A Copy Cat Situation

I might not be as Uniq as I thought

Seraph of the Scales by Magali Villeneuve

When I looked over the most recent 5-0 decklists, one deck stood out to me in particular:

Abzan Hero by Uniq

Creatures (16)
Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One
Imperious OligarchImperious Oligarch
Seraph of the ScalesSeraph of the Scales
Shanna, Sisay’s LegacyShanna, Sisay’s Legacy
Trostani DiscordantTrostani Discordant

Spells (22)
Vivien ReidVivien Reid
Vraska, Golgari QueenVraska, Golgari Queen
FindFind
FlowerFlower
Assassin’s TrophyAssassin’s Trophy
MortifyMortify
History of BenaliaHistory of Benalia
Lands (22)
ForestForest
Godless ShrineGodless Shrine
Isolated ChapelIsolated Chapel
Overgrown TombOvergrown Tomb
PlainsPlains
Sunpetal GroveSunpetal Grove
Temple GardenTemple Garden
Woodland CemeteryWoodland Cemetery

Sideboard (15)
FindFind
Cast DownCast Down
Conclave TribunalConclave Tribunal
DuressDuress
Ethereal AbsolutionEthereal Absolution
Knight of AutumnKnight of Autumn
Lyra DawnbringerLyra Dawnbringer
Midnight ReaperMidnight Reaper

And it wasn’t just because I thought this deck was really smart. I also had this deck ready on my Magic Online account, flagged as something to explore:

Abzan Hero by Simon Nielsen

Creatures (18)
Seraph of the ScalesSeraph of the Scales
Imperious OligarchImperious Oligarch
Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One
Trostani DiscordantTrostani Discordant
Knight of AutumnKnight of Autumn
Pitiless PontiffPitiless Pontiff

Spells (20)
FlowerFlower
MortifyMortify
Assassin’s TrophyAssassin’s Trophy
History of BenaliaHistory of Benalia
Vraska, Golgari QueenVraska, Golgari Queen
FindFind
Ethereal AbsolutionEthereal Absolution
Lands (22)
PlainsPlains
ForestForest
Overgrown TombOvergrown Tomb
Temple GardenTemple Garden
Godless ShrineGodless Shrine
Isolated ChapelIsolated Chapel
Woodland CemeteryWoodland Cemetery
Sunpetal GroveSunpetal Grove

Sideboard (16)
Kaya, Orzhov UsurperKaya, Orzhov Usurper
Knight of AutumnKnight of Autumn
Ethereal AbsolutionEthereal Absolution
Consecrate // ConsumeConsecrate // Consume
Vraska, Relic SeekerVraska, Relic Seeker
Basilica Bell-HauntBasilica Bell-Haunt
Profane ProcessionProfane Procession
Lyra DawnbringerLyra Dawnbringer
Tome of the GuildpactTome of the Guildpact
DuressDuress
Ixalan’s BindingIxalan’s Binding

Hero of Precinct One Spider-Man Meme

It seems like Uniq and I had the same idea. I don’t know what their thought process was, but mine was that if you want to play Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One in a midrange shell, Abzan could be a good way to go. Simply because it has the best multicolor removal spells in Assassin’s TrophyAssassin’s Trophy and MortifyMortify.
While I built the deck, I realized that Vraska, Golgari QueenVraska, Golgari Queen would be such a good addition. It synergizes nicely with Hero, in that hero willingly provides sacrifice fodder for Vraska, but the Human tokens can also help protect Vraska after she killed something.
Then I realized another sweet interaction that has actually been available in Standard for months. Curving History of BenaliaHistory of Benalia into Vraska, Golgari QueenVraska, Golgari Queen lets you sacrifice the saga itself. That way you give up the pump chapter to draw a card, and have two fine Knights to protect your 6 loyalty planeswalker.

This deck also bursts upwards of 30 multicolored cards, and has FindFind // Finality to retrieve fallen heroes, which makes it one of the better decks to suit the card.

The sideboard still has some randomness to it, mostly I just want to try out a different suite of cards. Do note that the ability to play Basilica Bell-HauntBasilica Bell-Haunt can really ruin the day for any burn deck that might stand in your way.

The fact that I saw someone else come up with the same idea as me, who did well with it early on, gives me hope for this brew.

Not all heroes wear capes

Closing out with a deck full of RNA cards

Frilled Mystic by Randy Vargas

I’ll end this article with a different take on what a Hero deck can look like, provided by current trophy leader VTCLA. They have at least two 5-0s with this list, chock full of Ravnica Allegiance cards. 34 of them in fact!

If that isn’t proof of how high the power level of this new set is, then I don’t know what is. This one takes advantage of all the goods, from the Adapt package to the excellent Hydroid KrasisHydroid Krasis and of course our Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One.
This list also only has 20 multicolor cards, which might actually be a totally fine number, even though it doesn’t take full advantage of the tokens.
I would like to see some FlowerFlower // Flourish in the manabase, and possibly fewer Llanowar ElvesLlanowar Elves, because they aren’t that reliably cast on turn 1, though they still fuel the Krasis if you cast them on later turns.

Bant Allegiance by VTCLA

Creatures (31)
Deputy of DetentionDeputy of Detention
Frilled MysticFrilled Mystic
Growth-Chamber GuardianGrowth-Chamber Guardian
Hero of Precinct OneHero of Precinct One
Hydroid KrasisHydroid Krasis
Incubation DruidIncubation Druid
Llanowar ElvesLlanowar Elves
Trostani DiscordantTrostani Discordant

Spells (5)
Incubation // IncongruityIncubation // Incongruity
Hadana’s ClimbHadana’s Climb
Lands (24)
Breeding PoolBreeding Pool
ForestForest
Glacial FortressGlacial Fortress
Hallowed FountainHallowed Fountain
Hinterland HarborHinterland Harbor
IslandIsland
Sunpetal GroveSunpetal Grove
Temple GardenTemple Garden

Sideboard (15)
Baffling EndBaffling End
Disdainful StrokeDisdainful Stroke
Ixalan’s BindingIxalan’s Binding
Lyra DawnbringerLyra Dawnbringer
NegateNegate
Shalai, Voice of PlentyShalai, Voice of Plenty

 

This article was written by Simon Nielsen in a media collaboration with mtgmintcard.com

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