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I think this is the best Titan just because it's usually used for something different and interesting. The other Titans' abilities aren't exactly what I'd call comboriffic, this one's ability is a mind-bending exercise in synergy building.
Posted By: BegleOne (7/9/2011 12:07:05 AM)


Ugh. Bad memories playing against someone who was comboing this with Dauntless escort.

Still, titans will be titans. Easy 5/5
Posted By: TwoStars (7/8/2011 5:06:58 AM)


Outstanding card in white. Coupled with sweeper effects like Day of Judgment, this guy will create insane board advantage in no time.

The Vigilance is, as usual, hugely underrated and will make your opponent think really hard about swinging.

Posted By: Gaussgoat (7/15/2011 11:03:28 PM)


Considering there's a permanent that does just about everything these days for 3 mana or less (yes, even countering spells thanks to Voidmage Prodigy), in the right deck Sun Titan's trigger can do pretty much whatever you need it to. And that's not an exaggeration at all, which is the really scary bit.

Thanks to Phatasmal Image though, he now forms an incredibly strong combo that even sees some competitive standard play. When you play Sun Titan, unless they kill him in response to his trigger (targetting your first Phantasmal Image in the graveyard), you're going to end up getting every Phantasmal Image out of your graveyard as a copy of Sun Titan, plus the 'normal' 3 mana or less permanent you would've gotten anyway. So for 6 mana and with 2 Images in the graveyard from whatever previous shenanigans, you end up with 18 points of attacking power and 3 on attack triggers each turn.

Personally, my fave casual Sun Titan deck is an esper tap-out control deck, with stuff like Oblivion Rin... (see all)
Posted By: JaxsonBateman (9/2/2011 7:25:30 PM)


Good times in an EDH deck with Zur the Enchanter as general. Zur pulls an enchantment that completely hamstrings your opponent, then your opponent has to spend a turn focusing on getting rid of it. Then this guy throws that enchantment right back into play. And all for no additional cost beyond attacking, once you have Zur and Sun Titan on the field. And EDH format usually allows you enough time to build up the mana to play this guy, which isn't always easy with White.

Also, anything you pull from the graveyard cannot be countered. It simply goes into play. Very handy indeed.
Posted By: TheMurderousKitten (7/29/2011 9:19:19 AM)


not too shabby with Sword of Vengeance. Actually, with Sword of Vengeance it looks like a real Titan, child of Gaea and Space, sire of Gods and foresire of Heroes, from the Ancient days of Greece. o.O And I thought Protean Hydra was supposed to be the Greek Myth reference?
Posted By: DarthParallax (6/6/2012 9:09:35 PM)


I like to run this guy with Strip Mine, and sometimes Angelic Renewal.
Posted By: mrredhatter (7/17/2011 12:20:53 PM)


If a less-than-easy combo, I can roll this guy out on turn 4 with palladium myr, then on turn five I can summon my Sunblast Angel (killing the myr) and then use the titan to get my myr back :D

Also useful since the Angel inevitably takes out my Gideon's Lawkeepers; pay one and tap to tap a creature when Sunblast is on the way is just too good.
Posted By: Khavrion (8/3/2011 12:19:19 PM)


My enchantment-themed Rafiq Commander deck will enjoy this guy as a second Hanna, Ship's Navigator, and the combo with Dauntless Escort is just gravy.
Posted By: sarroth (8/5/2011 7:28:08 AM)


I like being able to recover Crucible of Worlds, Damping Matrix, Trinisphere, Serenity, Meddling Mage, and Copper Gnomes.

I feel like someone should be able to design a deck that abuses Oath of Druids and Sun Titan.
Posted By: Salient (8/20/2011 6:14:43 PM)