Black Knight MTG 4th Edition Magic Cards Singles
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RarityUncommon
ColorBlack
Casting Cost
Card TypeSummon Knight
Card TextFirst strike (This creature deals combat damage before creatures without first strike.) Protection from white (This creature can't be blocked, targeted, dealt damage, or enchanted by anything white.)
Creature TypeHuman,Knight
SetFourth Edition
ArtistJeff A. Menges
Flavor TextBattle doesn't need a purpose; the battle is its own purpose. You don't ask why a plague spreads or a field burns. Don't ask why I fight.
DescriptionMTG 4th Edition Single Card
Release Date1995-04-01
Dimensions3.5" H x 2.5" W x 0.012" D
Ship Weight0.004 pounds
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- March 20, 2008
-- Gui
Its all about style, skin ,colors and being a first printed card.
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- January 24, 2008
-- Pedro
This Card is GREAT!!! But i want to know, what is the diference for the 4th edition Black Knight for the Black Knight of Alpha/Beta.
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- May 08, 2007
-- foil_lone_wolf
I can't get enough of this awesome card. It is the one I go out of my way to collect. I have emtied entire cities of this fine card. I currently have over 800 copies from Alpha through 4th, and a number of fbb and Collector's Editions.If I could afford to buy them all, I would.I can always use another Black Knight 883!! and counting A/B_/U_/RV_/4E_/ALT4/FWB/FBB/DCI/CE/ICE 2/11/28/441/325/3___/10__/31_/8__/19/5Still looking for my first Summer Magic...
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- March 26, 2007
-- BountyHunterSAx
For the longest time, there were two staple creatures for black: Hypnotic Specter and Black Knight. The Black Knight is either 'on curve' or ahead of the curve, since it only costs 2 mana to play and is a 2/2 first-striker. Protection from White is something of a bonus, and should not be your primary reason for playing this card.The trade-off is that the 2 mana you need to play are both black, so this card ought to be harder to play in a multicolored deck. Of course, it ends up working out to about the same, since it *is* only 2 mana.All-round, great card. Excellent for the early game, decent for the mid-game. And not even overly over-priced.
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- February 15, 2006
-- sindarin
One of the best creatures in the game for the cost of 2. Even if your not playing white its a necessity in any black deck becouse with a few exeptions every low cost black creature suck. A great card to give you the edge early on in the game.rock on dudes
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- December 15, 2002
-- Cameron
This is my favorite card of all time. I would rate this card 10,000 if I could. When equipped with bad moon and pendent of evil this could be the most invinsible card of all time. This is a card I want but dont have. My deck would be upgraded as much as is possible with this card. Really thats not possible since its at its height in power and with me wielding it I will win every championship I enter.
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- March 27, 2002
-- Wraithlan
one of the best black cards ever made. BB for a 2/2 first stirke protection from white it. dark ritual + unholy strenth + Black Knight = 4/3 first stirke on turn one. ouch.
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- May 14, 2006
-- Roy
The knight is powerfull second turn playable creature, but i won't call it a necessity in every black deck. The flavour text on this card adds a nice element to this good card.
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- December 09, 2004
-- Steven Urkelm (Jaleel White)
I like this card a lot, but not as much as the white knight. white is a better color. Black sucks.
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- December 05, 2004
-- Anonymous
A staple card in the black deck...2/2 first strike, prop white, for 2 black mana.
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- November 28, 2004
-- Nathan Geddis
A 2/2 with white protection and first strike for 2 black? It's hard to get better than that in the early-game.
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