Quote from Colt47 »Honestly, I'm kind of wondering if we will see pre-shadowmoor elves in the Serra deck since their mentality lorewise is pretty similar. Serra hated impurity and when the phyrexians invaded her realm after tracing Urza to it, the taint left in their wake forced her to leave. I'd say where Freyalise represented the harshness of nature and natural forces, Serra represented natures beauty, purity, and community. That and enchantments was a theme of the later sets in that particular block.
Based on the knowledge available right now, it's a Bant enchantments deck, not a Serra deck. You're jumping way too far ahead and making assumptions based on even more assumptions.
Also, I wouldn't equate Lorwyn Elves' superficial love of beauty to Serra's opposition to black mana. The former care solely about appearances; if Serra had their mindset, then the inhabitants of her realm would have attempted to kill Urza on the spot for not being attractive enough. On the other hand, Serra's reaction to impurity was more emblematic of the relationship between white and black mana as enemies, as such she found black mana deeply unsettling regardless of who it was attached to.