Blisterpod

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Limited Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Highlander Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Casual Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Battle for Zendikar (BFZ) Common

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Blisterpod

Creature — Eldrazi Drone

Devoid (This card has no color.)

When Blisterpod dies, put a 1/1 colorless Eldrazi Scion creature token onto the battlefield. It has "Sacrifice this creature: Add to your mana pool."

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Blisterpod Discussion

Austin_Smith_of_Cards on Appeasing The Monster's

3 weeks ago

How do you find Selesnya Evangel to work for you? It seems a little slow.

Blisterpod is another great saccable creature that leaves behind a dude when it dies.

Rancor seems like a far better option than Dark Privilege to me. You'd rather be sacrificing your creatures you pump your dudes than regenerate, Rancor is cheaper, and returns itself to your hand after your creature dies.

Emzed on Green/White tokens

1 month ago

Hey, I like your approach, but are you sure you want to play green mana just for Blisterpod, which is probably worse than Doomed Traveler would be in your list that cares about white creatures a lot, and Nissa? Nissa is a great card, and helps this deck a lot, no question, but she forces you to play lots of forests, which in turn makes Spectral Procession tougher to cast. Being mono white would allow you to play cards like Brave the Elements and Gideon, Ally of Zendikar instead.

cdkime on 240 Card Modern Battle of Wits

1 month ago

foyle99

I had initially discounted cards like Nantuko Husk, because they do not provide a win condition in their own right. Viscera Seer allows me to tutor Murderous Redcap to the top of my deck, winning through infinite damage on the next turn, and Blasting Station provides infinite damage by its lonesome. Without trample, infinite damage without evasion is a tad disappointing. This is only worsened by deathtouch and susceptibility to most all removal (including Fatal Push).

That said, it is really easy to tutor Kitchen Finks, as it has a reasonable mana cost for Wargate, and, at three mana, can be fetched with several of the transmute cards. Infinite life combined with infinite damage can be powerful, as you can pretty much swing every single turn, and not be afraid your enemies will murder you. But, in a land wrought with Fatal Push and Path to Exile, I am still skeptical.

I do not see the utility in low-drop creatures which do not directly advance the endgame. A one-drop, like Blisterpod, that provides some ramp has decent utility on turn one--which is great when you have a 39% chance of drawing the card in your opening hand. However, with 240 cards, you have an 11% chance of drawing any four-of in your opening hand. Receiving this creature later in the game would be disappointing, as it does not provide much advantage in its own right.

Zulaport Cutthroat is also a questionable addition, as it is more of a "win more" card. If you already can set the combo in motion, Cutthroat's additional damage has no influence on the inevitable outcome.

foyle99 on 240 Card Modern Battle of Wits

1 month ago

Try adding Nantuko Husk. It's a great sac outlet to beef up in an emergency.also adding some other low drop creatures to sacrifice like Blisterpod might be a good addition and some creatures to punish them like Zulaport Cutthroat

Paxreseda on Bring Down the Beats

1 month ago

Lands

Lose Blighted Cataract Evolving Wilds Skyline Cascade. Add Cloudpost and Glimmerpost. Consider adding Simic Growth Chamber to bounce Glimmerpost

Spells

Dump Spell Shrivel and Hedron Archive. They distract from what the deck wants to do. Replace Call the Scions with Awakening Zone and From Beyond to give you constant, passive token generation. Beastmaster Ascension to give all those tokens some teeth! Fecundity turns each sacrificed token into a draw. Growth Spasm will let you fetch lands and give you more tokens. I see a theme....

Eldrazi Utility Creatures

Keep Blisterpod and Tide Drifter. Dump the other drones. Add the hyper-efficient Nest Invader. Add Blight Herder, Ulamog's Despoiler, and Void Attendant. Consider Vile Redeemer depending on the boardwipe prevalence in your meta game.

Eldrazi Heavies

An army of tokens makes Hand of Emrakul a no-brainer. Definitely have two of Bane of Bala Ged in the main board.

Most of the recommendations are under $1.00 with 95% being less than $.50. That being said, all token decks need to run Cryptolith Rite. Tapping tokens for a mana of any color speeds the deck into overdrive!

Magic & dogfighting share a common principle: When heading to the merge, speed is life.

Gattison on Selesnya Token Lords

1 month ago

hmm. then maybe try replacing 4x Raise the Alarm and 4x Gather the Townsfolk with 4x Nest Invader and 4x Blisterpod. The tokens they produce can be sac'ed for mana/ramp, helping you get stuff out earlier. You'd be sac'ing 3/3s, or 2/3s instead actual chumps, but still, might work.

Mr.tatak on How to cheat eldrazis into play 101

2 months ago

ShotgunCrocodile Blisterpod is here as early baby eldrazi for Descendants' Path and is kinda resistant to removal beacause your opponent have to spend 2 removals on a 1/1 if he doesn't want us to cheat a big eldrazi. Also double chump block and general ramp :)

ShotgunCrocodile on How to cheat eldrazis into play 101

2 months ago

Blisterpod does not work since it makes scions not spawn.

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