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Great knights with a few copycats for some reason.

They were the centerpiece of the first 'real' deck I made. It was a weenie deck that everyone laughed at until it systematically destroyed them one by one. Then everyone started using smaller creatures. Did I invent white weenie? I'd sure like to think so lol. (i don't)
Posted By: Laguz (11/6/2009 6:59:18 PM)


For history's sake: Serrated Arrows. It was often used to kill the Pump Knights (this and Order of the Ebon Hand), and at the time players were required to play five cards from each expansion. It was nice to use up 80% of your obligatory Homelands slots on something that killed some of the most popular creatures back then. Oh, the irony of three popular tournament cards taken from two of the least popular sets in the history of Magic.
Posted By: Fanaticmogg (2/9/2011 10:33:15 PM)


I love Order of Lightbeer!
Posted By: jbrsci1 (4/7/2011 12:37:06 PM)


My friend used these in a white weenie deck way back when to kill me also. I'd use Black Knights, a couple Orders of the Ebon Hand and some Knights of Stromgald, but he outnumbered me with White Knights, Orders of Leitbur and one Order of the White Shield... and Crusades. I only had one Bad Moon in my deck at the time, so yeah, I usually ended up dying first.
Posted By: nammertime (11/19/2009 11:17:31 AM)


A classic creature, but maybe a little below today's white curve. It's good, but maybe not Knight of Meadowgrain or Knight of the White Orchid or Mirran Crusader. Still, it functions really well as a potential win condition in white weenie!
Posted By: Enelysios (4/21/2012 4:07:31 PM)


Potentially better than White Knight late-game.
Posted By: Arachnos (7/6/2013 11:16:59 PM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!