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Play it quick, attack, then have it available for mana on opponent's turn. Green and white were always a good team. Excellent common.
Posted By: jfre81 (5/10/2011 2:00:02 AM)


Magnor_Criol: Try Seton's Scout.

About this card, cool design... except vigilance is green, too. I'd like to see it in mono-green one day. And to make the vigilance important, I'd like it to be a 2/2 for three mana.
Posted By: Shiny_Umbreon (8/20/2011 8:30:47 PM)


While it's not our favourite 1/1 Elf mana maker, one with vigilance that's attacking in the red zone isn't that bad really.
Posted By: MagnaLynx21 (12/21/2011 5:27:34 AM)


Great synergy with Apostle's Blessing
Posted By: poprockmonster (6/2/2011 7:41:16 PM)


I love this guy, because you can attack with him, then summon stuff during the second main phase. Wonderful card.
Posted By: Khavrion (7/20/2011 7:38:41 AM)


I read the card and just think 'Creature- Jedi'
Which I'm going on record as saying I'm perfectly fine with. Better than fine, actually. Steward of Valeron has my favorite creature type in the game. Also, I can toss a couple into a normal Knight deck to justify playing 1x Rafiq of the Many as the only exalted creature in the deck. Cuz that just seems like a totally awesome thing to do. So I'm going to do it. :D
Posted By: DarthParallax (8/7/2011 8:10:03 PM)


The most beautiful thing is attacking with this, destroying a blocker, blocking with it, destroying an attacker, and then living to ramp out an instant or creature with flash a turn earlier.

I doubt it happens often but I bet it's oh so satisfying.
Posted By: SleetFox (8/22/2011 12:41:28 AM)


As type lines go, "Human Druid Knight" is one of the stranger ones in MtG.
Posted By: Magnor_Criol (4/2/2011 12:27:12 AM)


I don't know who this guy's DM is, letting him multiclass as a Level 2 Druid / Level 2 Knight. Druids aren't supposed to be able to wield metal objects like that sword and shield. And what is Valeron, some non-canonical customized-pantheon deity from a long-forgotten rulebook?

This card is living proof that D&D is getting out of hand.

P.S. A Druid that agrees to Knight patronage or a Knight that betrays their patronage to join a druidic order is not being very vigilant, if you ask me. :)
Posted By: Salient (8/12/2011 4:53:14 PM)


That is some awesome art.
Posted By: Ipsilont (2/10/2012 8:28:25 PM)