The Boros Legion is the guild from the plane and city of Ravnica. The Guildhall of the Boros is Sunhome, a combined fortress, barracks, and place of worship. The Legion functions as the righteous and zealous constabulary and standing army of Ravnica, as the League of Wojek and Boros Army, respectively, and enforces Ravnican laws created by the Azorius Senate. Aurelia argued that a disgraced angel couldn't command authority or respect, and many agreed. Firemane Angels walk regularly among the soldiers, rooting out any hint of deception or corruption. Knights: Knights often act as duty officers and battalion leaders of the guild. Example: Boros Elite- When this creature and at least two other creatures attack, it gains +2/+2 until end of turn. The Momentary Ally: Gideon, Champion of Justice. —. As it was originally envisioned, the Boros Legion had a complicated, contrived, and highly stratified hierarchy, with the upper levels comprising angels and guildmages and lower levels comprising the League of Wojek and the Boros Army. Widely believed to be a nearly impregnable monolith, Sunhome is a symbol of the Boros Legion's strength and unity. Widely believed to be a nearly impregnable monolith, Sunhome is a symbol of the Boros Legion's strength and unity. Whenever a creature with the Mentor ability attacks, a +1/+1 counter is put on target attacking creature with less power. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. They provided inspiration and direction and only occasionally do they swing their fiery swords in battle. The Boros believe passionately in law; to them it is the structure by which society functions and the road map for the community’s health and safety. Any angel of any status outranked a mortal Boros member. The Warleader Angels coordinate the efforts of the garrisons, with the Battleforce Angels as their liaisons. The most formidable military force on Ravnica, the Boros are efficient, self-assured, and zealous in the pursuit of their ideals. Aurelia quickly shamed into silence those who didn't support her, and she soon took command of the guild. Guild Leader: Aurelia, the Warleader  The Parhelion was used, as well. Each symbol is a circle halved diagonally, in which the top left half is one color and the bottom right half another. But as all the guilds prepare for Niv-Mizzet's endgame and the scale of violence increases, Gideon may be forced to intercede against Aurelia's interests and forge his own path. The most formidable military force on Ravnica, the Boros are efficient, self-assured, and zealous in the pursuit of their ideals. After Aurelia assumed the office of guildmaster, she established several changes to the way the guild was run. In the past, Sunhome was the base of operations for the Wojek division of the guild, but the new guild leader Aurelia moved the Wojek to a secondary base and concentrated the strength of the Legion army at Sunhome. The Boros believe in passion in law; to them it is the structure by which society functions and the road map for the community's health and safety. Soldiers: The soldiers of Boros are the essential core of the guild. In the next few weeks, your wiki will be migrated to a Fandom.com domain. appears in the corresponding half. watermark:"Boros".  Introduced in Ravnica: City of Guilds, the guild is also featured in Gatecrash and Guilds of Ravnica. Gideon had originally come to Ravnica seeking Planeswalker allies in his struggle on another world, however he has found himself momentarily associating with the Boros and protecting innocent Ravnicans who've become caught in the guilds' crossfire. Below the rank of Guildmages, the Legion split in half. https://mtg.fandom.com/wiki/Boros_Legion?oldid=61651. A Boros could only employ the spells of an equal or lesser power band. Sunhome is the central guildhall of the Boros, acting as a fortress, barracks, and place of worship. Clerics: Unlike the clerics that sit among the ranks of the Orzhov Syndicate, the clerics that populate the Boros ranks worship fiery angels of justice and light rather than the rich undead who pay for their bended knee. Angels were above and outside of the regular hierarchy.