MTG: Top 20 Knights
Taking a look at the best knights ever printed in MTG.
Knights are cool. Plain and simple. People have always loved all that medieval sutff because of knights. Well, taking that into consideration, I thought it would be cool to take a look at the best knight cards ever printed. Some of these are on here because they work well in a knight deck, and some because they’re just so good! Let’s get started!
Can you wait for three turns? If you can, then this card is awesome. You get two good knights for the price of one. Plus, the suspend cost and the casting cost are the same, so if you really need a creature out, it isn’t as if this card will be unplayable.
Where do they come up with these names? Anyway, this card is good to use in that final assault on your opponent. Chances are that he’ll dies in that assault, which is why you don’t want to charge with him reckelessly. However, boosting all your creatures has never been a bad thing. The only problem with this card is its mana cost. A 1/1 for four mana is just a little pricy.
A card that before the new Alara block was much less useful. However, now that three colored decks are all the rage, this card is actually pretty good. It’s getting better as the new blocks come out.
Knight-Captain Of Eos
A little expensive, this card is worth a lot more in a soldier deck. Being able to use Fog twice isn’t bad on its own though. Plus, there’s nothing wrong with getting more creatures in play.
One of the incredible uncommons from Time Spiral, this card made knight decks much more powerful. Being able to give creatures -2/-2 is really cool. Have a couple of these out and make your knights appear to have deathtouch! However, the only downside is that it only gives flanking to creatures with flanking.
Knight Of The White Orchid