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mtg.gamepedia.com/Exalted

Exalted was introduced in Shards of Alara as the White-dominated shard of Bant mechanic, and was reprinted in Magic 2013 on black creatures. Later, Design experimented with an "advanced exalted" for Amonkhet , where a creature with the ability granted things other than +1/+1, mostly creature keywords.

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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.

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Modern Exalted deck list with prices for Magic: the Gathering (MTG).

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I grabbed the Sole Domination deck, which is an exalted themed deck, and . 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 ... I guess that rules ...

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Yes, multiple instances of exalted are cumulative. When you attack with a single creature, every instance of exalted on your creatures, including those on different creatures and multiple instances on the same creature, will trigger, and each instance gives the attacking creature +1/+1.

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A keyword in Magic: The Gathering is a word or phrase (usually one or two words) appearing on a card, used to indicate that the card possesses a certain attribute or ability. These keywords are used in place of the full explanation of the attribute or ability, and are instead explained in detail in sections 701 and 702 of the Comprehensive Rules.

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mtg.gamepedia.com/Bant

Bant is a land of towering castles and leotau-riding knights, angels and high castles on rolling meadows. It is a world that loves order and values the group. The ruling establishment is noble and righteous, and the society is well-ordered with a strong sense of right and wrong.

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Exalted as a mechanics has a couple of problems, primarily being that a lot of the creatures with exalted are not very good. The best of them is probably in some order, Noble Hierarch, Quasali Pridemage, Soverigns of lost Alara, and Sublime Archangel. After that in order to play an "exalted" deck your creatures start becoming pretty mediocre.