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Blighted Fen Discussion
1 month ago
Dont know what you are trying to do with the deck since you have several cards for others builds in here.Dont see a use for Bloodbond Vampire since you not gaining much life.Bloodhusk Ritualist for my deck wasnt that good. Kheru Bloodsucker not worth since you dont have my creatures for it.No reason for him at all unless its a fillerSkeletal Changeling.Chainer's Edict feel like there are better things that do this. Planar Bridge tutors are better. Not the best for how you have this deck built right nowBlighted Fen. Geier Reach Sanitarium dont use lol. Piranha Marsh use a Swamp. Not worth it Sorin's Thirst. Wound Reflection great card but not made for this deck.
better land drawMikokoro, Center of the Sea
artifact: Sword of the Animist
6 months ago
K gonna try to build it into a value sac outlet, recursion plan. If you like it look at Shirei, Shinzo’s Caretaker who also can the the same strat.
Mana base changes boring I know
Now onto cards to add
land base like this you have 3 tapped lands so a pretty fast mana base. I would say 1 of the land destruction lands ie Ghost Quarter would be a good addition, while over budget Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth is the best. Non budget options Fetid Heath, Godless Shrine,Westvale Abbey Flip, Cabal Coffers.
Cards to ditch
Removal package 5 pieces of spot removal in Utter End, Swords to Plowshares, Mortify, Anguished Unmaking and Unmake can target all toss Vindicate IF you can grab it. 3 board wipes Dusk, Fumigate, Day of Judgment Will post again am sleepy
timmyt1000 on RNG
9 months ago
here's a few suggestions we can talk tomorrow
Tribute to the Wild , Crop Rotation ,Innocent Blood , Diabolic Intent ,Attrition , Vampiric Rites ,Phyrexian Reclamation , Small Pox , Harvester of Souls , Blood Artist , Ramunap Excavator , Awakening Zone , From Beyond , Putrefy , High Market , Blighted Fen , Blighted Woodland , Tainted Wood , Woodland Cemetery , Llanowar Wastes
10 months ago
11 months ago
I could be wrong, but I feel like none of those wincons are as good as the ones available for Blue decks or Jund. You also don't have the counterspells to force your wincons through, meaning you'll have trouble beating those Blue decks; Hand Disruption can't stop them from drawing into interaction, after all.
I'm sure you can win with Vent, but realistically how often does it happen? Again, I don't really know for sure, but I'd bet that it doesn't happen often.
Blighted Fen stops the creature, sometimes. Jund can still have other dudes lying around to sacrifice, off an Ishkanah or something. Even then, it doesn't stop the Mindslaver trigger. If it comes in off a Marvel, there's no guarantee that you survive for long enough for Fen to work.
I'm not saying the manabase is bad, I just think it isn't as strong as UBx decks.
The deck can definitely take pain, but how much pain can it realistically take? Atarka can put a lot of pressure on quickly, and get kills out of nowhere.
I would be interested to know what the metagame you play in is like if you see a lot of Siege Rhino decks.
11 months ago
filthyc4sual that's not correct at all.
I have even won games by exhausting all the Control cards from a deck, then repeatedly attacking with Shambling Vent.
The many cards that remove things from hand prove tricky for other Control decks to play against.
If Gideon, Ally of Zendikar comes in from the Sideboard, things are even worse for the Opponent in the mid game.
As far as the mana base, every single land comes in untapped in the early game, except for Shambling Vent.
This deck can take some pain due to the life gain options it has.
1 year ago
I honestly am not excited for this.
Although if the promos are Fatal Push quality, then I guess it's O.K.
1 year ago
Colten, the problem with Tron is it relies heavily on massive threats that are big and extremely hard to remove in combat. Here's an example. This deck placed 1st at SCG Modern in New Holland.
And what's the problem with this deck? FIVE creatures. Sure, six Walkers too. But you can only have one of each out at a time.
Compare that to this thing. 24 creatures.
This deck will get creatures out more frequently. In many cases, quantity can vastly outweigh quality. Just look at literally any Zombie token deck. 2/2s aren't that impressive but if you've got 10 or 20 or even 200+ of them suddenly you are nearly unstoppable short of boardwipes. And yes, I have a Golgari Zombie Token deck that can pump out 200+ tokens in a single turn using a combination of Liliana, the Last Hope, Endless Ranks of the Dead, and Doubling Season.
My point is, it doesn't matter if your opponent has 2 or 3 big creatures out. If you've got 10, they won't be able to stop you. And, respectfully, I don't care if you have a 100/100 Indestructible / Hexproof monster. If I block with a 1/1 Spirit, I prevented that damage. Trample is vastly underused, IMO.
Shift gears into running removal and you're looking at an even harder time. I've stomped an Elf deck with a Minotaur Tribal that runs a playset of Terminate, Dreadbore, and 3x Unlicensed Disintegration while the spine of the deck is a playset of Felhide Petrifier, Rageblood Shaman, and Neheb, the Worthy along with other staples such as Lord of Shatterskull Pass (When he's Level 6 with Felhide out, bad things happen), Anaba Shaman (Felhide makes him a sharpshooter) and Kragma Warcaller for bonus points. I'm currently redesigning for Angrath and more aggressive disruption.
I've also got a Mono-Black Demon Tribal that's decimated many decks because it forces sacrificing passively. That is to say, creatures such as Indulgent Tormentor and Blighted Fen make it so my creatures and lands also sit in as removal plugs.
Sometimes cheap removal and an army of low-grade creatures is more effective than one single big cannon.
A tank can fire once and it may be devastating, but a constant barrage of shotguns is just as deadly.
Going wide is always a legit option. That's why Abzan works. That's why tokens works.
Never underestimate the power of overwhelming forces.
Blighted Fen occurrence in decks from the last year
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All decks: 0.01%