Abolisher of Bloodlines
Creature — Eldrazi Vampire
When this creature transforms into Abolisher of Bloodlines, target opponent sacrifices three creatures.
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|Eldritch Moon (EMN)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Abolisher of Bloodlines Discussion
5 months ago
I made a mistake: I thought Luna's wording said ''play'', but it is ''cast'', so no need to name lands with Moons in them.
Shadows Over Innistrad block: Markov Dreadknight Olivia's Bloodsworn Prophetic Ravings Courageous Outrider Convicted Killer Flip// Branded Howler Voldaren Pariah Flip// Abolisher of Bloodlines Ethereal Guidance Devils' Playground Descend upon the Sinful Long Road Home Humble the Brute Howlpack Resurgence Ghoulsteed Vexing Scuttler Turn Aside Tamiyo, Field Researcher Silverstrike
Tiny Moon: Desperate Sentry
8 months ago
If you controlled Arcane Adaptation naming Werewolf and Vildin-Pack Alpha , then cast Flicker on your Abolisher of Bloodlines , it would reenter as Voldaren Pariah Flip, then trigger Vildin-Pack Alpha 's ability and transform into Abolisher of Bloodlines , triggering it's own ability.
If you control Abolisher of Bloodlines enchanted with Metamorphic Alteration choosing Jace, Vryn's Prodigy Flip and tap it to draw a card and discard a card while you have enough cards in your graveyard, you will exile Abolisher of Bloodlines then return it to the battlefield transformed as Abolisher of Bloodlines (causing Metamorphic Alteration to be put into the graveyard, as the object it was enchanting left the battlefield). As it entered as Abolisher of Bloodlines instead of transforming into it, it would not cause it's ability to trigger.
1 year ago
You are correct. Because you have Hexproof, you cannot be the target of any spells and abilities your opponent controls. This includes spells or abilities where the effect would remove non-hexproofed targets.
One minor point, you do not have protection from spells like Smallpox that do not target.
Also, it is helpful if you directly link the cards in question for reference. Use the following:
[[Abolisher of Bloodlines]]
2 years ago
I might make it into a modern deck depending on how much time I have while working on my other decks.
This deck usually went 3-1 and 2-2 at tournaments at my LGS. I always loved Grasp of Darkness against Delirium decks (This was AER-AKH standard at the time) and my opponents' faces when they flipped into an Abolisher of Bloodlines and I had two Cliffhaven Vampires and a Zulaport Cutthroat on the field.
2 years ago
2 years ago
If I flicker Abolisher of Bloodlines Flip, does it reenter the files as Abolisher of Bloodlines Flip since that's the name of the card that was told to come back to the battlefield, or would it enter as Voldaren Pariah Flip?
2 years ago
Remember that you can use double brackets to link cards.
becomes Rise from the Grave and Voldaren Pariah Flip
[[Rise from the Grave]] and [[Voldaren Pariah]]
To answer your question, yes it would still be counted as a zombie. Besides the origin Planeswalker cards like Jace, Vryn's Prodigy Flip, transform creatures remain on the battlefield when they flip. They are still counted as the same object they were before they flipped.
When Rise from the Grave returns Voldaren Pariah Flip, it is now treated as a Zombie. When it flips into Abolisher of Bloodlines Flip, it is still counted as the same object, so it will still be treated as a Zombie in addition to its other types.
3 years ago
I have a vaguely similar deck I've been running. I highly recommend Liliana, the Last Hope if you've got one. I also really love Voldaren Pariah Flip with zombies all over the place for saccing and flipping into Abolisher of Bloodlines Flip.