My advice is that if you're being targeted as a player pretty often in effects (such as if the mill deck is played often and is a challenging opponent) then some personal hexproof could be useful, though it will always be a trade-off with what you're removing for the slot. Aegis of the Gods is really squishy and I would avoid it. In enchantments Leyline of Sanctity or Imperial Mask would stick much better, though I don't think I'd start with it on the table. However, don't get caught up on only looking at enchantments for your solutions just because this is an enchantment deck. There are plenty of artifacts that complement enchantress decks very well — in this case Orbs of Warding not only grants you hexproof but mitigates some combat (versus Witchbane Orb which really just grants hexproof).Quote from blatimer »One game I got milled a ton, though I forget the commander that did it. It did make me wonder if something like Aegis of the Gods is worth a slot. I'll be paying closer attention to see how many cards have the word "target" on them the next few times I play. What's the opinion here on cards that give you hexproof? Enough value?
A little mill isn't terribly bad with Daxos if you're able to get Replenish into hand with a tutor or something. If it resolves, it can mean the game. So if the mill deck is a frequent challenge you could also think of ways to turn it to your advantage rather than preventing it. If mill is only faced once in a while, I wouldn't do anything special regarding it. Two out of five games is a good, even win rate.