Exalted was introduced in Shards of Alara as the White-dominated shard of Bant mechanic, and was reprinted in Magic 2013 on black creatures, and in Modern Horizons on a red creature. Later, Design experimented with an "advanced exalted" for Amonkhet , where a creature with the ability granted things other than +1/+1, mostly creature keywords.
Comprehensive Rules. 702.82. Exalted. 702.82a Exalted is a triggered ability. “Exalted” means “Whenever a creature you control attacks alone, that creature gets +1/+1 until end of turn.” 702.82b A creature “attacks alone” if it’s the only creature declared as an attacker in a given combat phase. See rule 506.5.
Mutate (If you cast this spell for its mutate cost, put it over or under target non-Human creature you own. They mutate into the creature on top plus all abilities under it.). Whenever this creature mutates, other creatures you control get +X/+X until end of turn, where X is the number of times the creature has mutated.
COMPREHENSIVE RULES. The Comprehensive Rules of Magic is a reference document that holds all of the rules and possible corner cases found in Magic.It is NOT meant to be read beginning to end; instead it's meant to be consulted when specific rules questions come into play.
Commander / EDH / Exalted MTG Decks a deck that uses the exalted ability first seen in Shards of Alara, emphasizing attacks with a single powerful creature. Advanced Search
My future B/U Exalted deck! Key Cards/Abilities-Utter End - This card can get rid of anything that Hero's Downfall Can't.. Essence Harvest - This card is insane! It is also underrated. So, you swing with one creature while you have a ton of Exalted creatures into play, then after combat you target the creature you attacked with and its a double slap to the face!
A few weeks ago, my roommate got me back into MTG (after a 12 year hiatus). He's never played before and I haven't played since 7th grade, so we opted for the M13 intro decks. I grabbed the Sole Domination deck, which is an exalted themed deck, and
The main rulebook for the Exalted game. From the back of the book: Do not believe what the scientists tell you. The natural history we know is a lie, a falsehood sold to us by wicked old men who would make the world a dull grey prison and protect us from the dangers inherent to freedom. They would have you believe our planet to be a lonely starship, hurtling through the void of space, barren ...
The creature's rules text is over on the right. As you're casting this foreboding-yet-strangely-beautiful card, you choose which part, creature or Adventure, you're casting. If you cast Beanstalk Giant, it goes on the stack as you'd expect a creature spell to, it can be countered or responded to as normal, and—as long as it resolves—it will ...
Exalted is kiiiiinda, and I say loosely, kinda fast, for a white main colored deck. Playing with exalted since Alara, I have noticed that on the early game it shines quite well. And now on M13 they added black to the exalted, so right now, everything else than Red is possibly easy opponent. So it CAN be powerful.