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Sun Titan + Totem Armor = Profit.

Control Spells that you can bring back:
Ratchet Bomb (my friend does this - really annoying but awesome)
Oblivion Ring
Pacifism / Arrest / Shackles etc...
Posted By: dberry02 (12/16/2010 3:06:47 AM)


I run one in my Mayael the Anima EDH deck, and the ability to bring back my commander is very nice! Also, I can get him out via Mayael's ability, which is always tasty.
Posted By: TomYoung (5/9/2011 2:37:53 PM)


A list of my favorite cards he can bring back:

-Tectonic Edge for continual non-basic land disruption and manland killing.
-Dauntless Escort for continual indestructible creatures.
-Vampire Hexmage for continual Planeswalker killing.
-Qasali Pridemage for continual Artifacts or Enchantements killing.
-Brindle Boar for continual gain life.
-Gustrider Exuberant for a continual flying Sun Titan.
Posted By: MagicNovice (8/23/2010 9:59:44 PM)


The rating process is supposed to be objective. People who give cards .5 because they "don't feel like playing against it" really shouldn't be rating anything. Ever.

Primeval Titan has proven itself the best titan, but this is the second best imo (although second place is definitely debatable with grave titan around). There are so many killer permanents with CiP abilities that he can abuse. Creatures like Wall of Omens, Sea Gate Oracle and Aether Adept are boss with this. Or you could pull up a Whispersilk Cloak and equip him with it.

One of the craziest strategies is to keep drawing two cards a turn with Jace Beleren, then bring him right back when he runs out of loyalty (meaning you draw three cards that turn).
Posted By: Laguz (5/14/2011 4:54:25 PM)


@ Laguz

If a creature with 0 mana cost, flash, haste and {T} You win the game was printed, would you give it 5 stars?

While neither you nor I agree with IshubarashI, he can still speak his (inelegant and crass) piece. Think a card is overpowered and subsequently a bad card? Vote it down and explain why. Differing opinion? Expound on that shit and bump some stars.

I disagree with what you have to say but will fight to the death to protect your right to say it.
Posted By: Wraique (7/8/2010 10:52:42 PM)


The Sun Titan is an awsome card. It doesnt stand alone as well as the Grave Titan or Primevil Titan but, with the right combination of permanents in your deck this card is unstoppable. It is a 6/6 "vigilance" creature that brings other perms back from the grave for free if you can keep him out and atk. Im currently running the Sun Titan in White/Black. Tidehollow Skuller, Quag Sickness, Nighthawk, Sword of Vengeance, Kor outfitter, and many other CMC 3 cards that make this card rediculously OP.

I have thrown one in my Naya deck just for spontanious flavor... when he comes out and i put an Hyena Umbra on him, its pretty much "I win" unless my opponent is playing Path to Exile/O rings/Journeys
Posted By: Vaapadre (7/28/2010 8:19:24 AM)


A "build around me" card that isn't as universally good as say Grave Titan, but it's amazing at what it does.
Posted By: dudecow (7/8/2010 4:32:31 PM)


I personally like Grave Titan better, but this guy is pretty insane. Also, all of the titan's are 6/6 for 6CC bomb's, so why the hate for this one over the others?
Posted By: Revelation666 (7/8/2010 9:04:01 PM)


Works well with Martyr of Sands.
Posted By: Catmurderer (7/8/2010 11:47:51 PM)


@ DonRoyale

You took the words right out of my mouth.
Posted By: TheGodOfWar91 (7/20/2010 5:38:40 AM)


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I highly recommend the promo art. This guy will serve you well in a variety of decks, even without building around him *at all.* Oblivion Ring, for instance, may get replayed; so may your suicidal 1 and 2 drops to chump.
Posted By: blurrymadness (7/15/2013 1:16:41 PM)


jsut do sun titan pernacious deed and wipe the board of all artifact creatures and enchantments that cost less than 6 everytunr. use spot removal to deal with plains walkers and things greater than six mana no comments on my spelling or grammar I Know it sucks
Posted By: goldstar971 (7/15/2012 3:10:28 PM)


For use with Stinkdrinker Daredevil.
Posted By: divine_exodus (8/2/2011 3:27:54 PM)


run with zur the enchanter
Posted By: Huffytreefolkman (7/5/2011 8:51:13 AM)


I love having this and two Emeria, the Sky Ruin. It makes my friends not want to use Traumatize on me anymore...and solves the "dies to removal" problem.
Posted By: oblivion0110 (7/2/2011 12:10:30 AM)


For your enjoyment, I present an "Ask Wizards" answer to the question:
"Do you ever plan on creating a white creature that has a power above 4 again, and have the casting cost be fair?"
Mike Eliot answered this back in 2002:
"...White will be unlikely to get strong constructed cards with fat stats -- that isn't really white's strength -- but you may see the occasional white legend with higher stats and somewhat reasonable mana costs. So, sorry, the 6/6 white groundpounder will always have to pay through the nose for the extra stats."

Don't get me wrong; I love the card, AND the fact that these guys are exceptions to the rule.
Sun Titan needed to be part of a cycle to get printed. All the beefy white fliers that cost X and have stats of X/X, where X is greater than 3 are rare.

The article is here:
Posted By: kiseki (6/22/2011 3:31:12 PM)


this is actually pretty amazing to have 1 or 2 of in a caw-blade or suture sister (possibly even siding it), makes your 1 of artifacts come back :
Posted By: stille_nacht (6/12/2011 8:34:32 PM)


Hey Wizards, let me help you balance this card. This is how it should read:

Sun Titan 2WWW
When Sun Titan enters the battlefield, you may return target creature with CMC 3 or less from the graveyard to the battlefield.

You're welcome.
Posted By: Wulfsten (6/1/2011 2:01:25 PM)


Retrieves 4 copies of Flickerwisp + an Oblivion Ring from your graveyard, and even gives you a 6/6 vigilance creature in the process. This card is amazing.
Posted By: GrimjawxRULES (5/27/2011 6:15:25 AM)


I use him in my Teneb EDH deck. It's pretty fun to Pernicious Deed for 5, then bring the deed back when I swing with Sun Titan.
Posted By: Chris_Smetanko (5/17/2011 3:01:43 PM)


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