Blood-Chin Fanatic

Legality

Format Legality
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Leviathan Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Dragons of Tarkir (DTK) Rare

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Blood-Chin Fanatic

Creature — Orc Warrior

, Sacrifice another Warrior creature: Target player loses X life and you gain X life, where X is the sacrificed creature's power.

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Blood-Chin Fanatic Discussion

Sunatar on Najeela, First Try

4 days ago

I see you have Derevi, Empyrial Tactician in your maybe board. You should definitely move him to the main board. His value is ridiculously strong.

Other cards I would recommend that won't necessarily break the bank: Bear Umbra, Kindred Discovery , Reconnaissance, Shared Animosity, Path to Exile, Cyclonic Rift, Yasova Dragonclaw, Eternal Witness, Vandalblast, Shattering Spree, and By Force.

Reconnaissance is truly an all star. It allows you to swing with everything, then remove them from combat AFTER their damage goes through but BEFORE your opponents damage goes through. It's like vigilance, only 10x better. Plus allows you to tap them for mana to things like Cryptolith Rite.

One sided board wipes, clears, or artifact removal, or even just spot removal is always a good thing. Though it might more depend on the meta you play in, the need for those cards.

Eternal Witness can get you your cards back. 'Nuff said? Yasova Dragonclaw can steal some fun things. Shared Animosity can get ridiculous, real quick. It's like a cheaper Coat of Arms (but slightly worse, but only goes for your things...so...you know). Kindred Discovery is a great card draw engine.

And lastly Bear Umbra. Use your mana to cast. Attack. Use your mana to take infinite combats. It's like Sword of Feast and Famine, except it does less and costs significantly less $$$$$.

Obviously, to increase the consistency of your deck, tutors. And a more expensive landbase. But you said your budget is $150. So most tutors are already out. However, if you decide you want to sink way too much money into it, Tutors are easy, no brainer, inclusions

Now the hard part. What do you cut to put things in that maybe help you combo, or make your stuff bigger, all of a sudden, or just to provide value?

My recommendations for that, mostly based on high CMC or not providing as much value as something else: Zealous Conscripts, Surrak Dragonclaw, Stonehoof Chieftain, Lovisa Coldeyes, Jazal Goldmane, Blood-Chin Fanatic, Blaring Recruiter, and Blaring Captain.

Of course, all of these are just suggestions. If you like the way a card interacts with the deck, or you think it's just fun to play, keep it! It's just a game, designed for people to have fun with. And all that matters is that you have fun with playing your deck. Best of luck to you in all your future games, I love Najeela. She's a lot of fun, and almost no one like to see her across the table from them.

NV_1980 on Warriors, Come Out to Pla-ay!

2 months ago

Nice deck! Here are some additional ideas:

  • Mardu Woe-Reaper; cheap to cast and gives you some graveyard-hate options. The lifegain helps too.
  • Bramblewood Paragon; nice boost for every warrior you summon from here on out.
  • Stonehoof Chieftain; bit expensive to cast but still a warrior; provides some hefty bonuses for your creatures.
  • Boldwyr Intimidator; this card adds so much flavor to a warrior deck; and it's fun to use as well.
  • Mardu Strike Leader; fantastic way to swamp the battlefield with warriors.
  • Blood-Chin Fanatic; great way to utilize creatures that were already doomed anyway.
  • Ankle Shanker; turns all your attacking creatures into instant death for anything that dares to block.
  • Windstorm; since you do not use any fliers, this can be a great one-sided boardwipe against any players that do.
  • Shared Animosity; since all of your creatures are warriors, this gets out of hand really fast.
  • Raiders' Spoils; fantastic opportunity for some additional card draw.
  • Oketra's Monument; more warrior tokens for you.

Hope any of this makes sense. Happy gaming! And should you have the time and inclination, I would appreciate feedback on one of my EDH decks. Thanks.

Regards,

NV_1980

TemplarAssassin on Warriors of the Shifting Wastes

11 months ago

Thanks for the suggestions KUW! Lol all but Raider's Spoils have seen a stint in the 75 at some point.

This deck actually started off as a Rakdos build when Khans first came out.

I too am iffy on the Stoneforge Masterworks. I'm currently thinking about replacing them with Cartouche of Solidarity. A 1/1 warrior with vigilance plus a boost to any of my other dudes for one white seems nice in this deck.

Supernatural Stamina is another contender for the Masterwork spots. I feel like it could capitalize on the synergy between Blood-Chin Fanatic and Bloodsoaked Champion.

KUW on Warriors of the Shifting Wastes

1 year ago

Woo, black white warriors are fun.

I like Battle Brawler for BW warriors, particularly if it is T2 and Chief of the Edge is T3. Also Arashin Foremost is another one I'm fond of. Brutal Hordechief is probably not too expensive anymore and is another nice warrior.

I'm not sure about Stoneforge Masterwork but you'll see how it fits as you play it I guess. Blood-Chin Fanatic doesn't stand out to me, but again I haven't played it so maybe it works. Blood-Chin Rager on the other hand I want four of.

Raiders' Spoils is another one that you might want to try. In any case there are a lot of warrior options. Have fun with the deck!

Desertodunas on B/W Warrior

1 year ago

Vaan thanks, i'm going budget that's why i'm not using Path to Exile. I'll consider on or two Anguished Unmaking. I had Blood-Chin Fanatic in the sideboard but forgot to put! Thanks for the help

Vaan on B/W Warrior

1 year ago

Anguished Unmaking and Path to Exile are your best options for removal, also consider running a single Immortal Servitude for those long games.

I would cut the two Chief of the Scale to max out on Chief of the Edge and Blood-Chin Rager.

This seems like the perfect deck for Vampire Lacerator, with some upgrades to you manabase Gatekeeper of Malakir becomes a nice option, Blood-Chin Fanatic can Fling your warriors at your opponents face for added reach while gaining you some health.

sonnet666 on Which has more support in ...

1 year ago

Friendly reminder that you don't need to pick one over the other.

The best anthems in the format either aren't creature specific: Crescendo of War, Cathars' Crusade, Archangel of Strife, Archangel of Thune, Eldrazi Monument, Jazal Goldmane, and Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite, or don't mention one type over another: Coat of Arms, so there's no reason all your tokens need to be of the same type. (Before anyone says it, it does not matter that some of those buff your opponents' creatures. The fact that you are going to have so many more creatures than them will negate any advantage they might stand to receive.)

If you're planning on going wide, Jor Kadeen, the Prevailer is without a doubt the best choice as commander, although Adriana, Captain of the Guard can be solid if you don't want to build into artfacts and usually play with 4 or more people.

As far as Soldiers or Warriors as a tribe, building tribal decks is much less an issue of how many good creatures there are of that tribe, and more about how many cards give you bonuses for sticking to that tribe and including a lot of creatures of that type. In this respect it's much more useful to search though all the cards that mention that type in their text box, rather than looking though all the creatures that are that type.

Soldiers: Gather Search (106 cards, 96 in Boros colors)

Warriors: Gather Search (90 cards, 39 in Boros colors)

Just looking at those numbers, it's easy to see that Soldiers are more supported than Warriors, and especially so in red and white. To break it down further, lets check how many of those cards have effects that are relevant is commander (i.e. generate card advantage, scale well in multiplayer, are cost efficient, and/or allow you to cast spells more efficiently.) Specifically, I'm looking for effects that reward you for playing Soldiers or Warriors, rather than cards that just make them like Assemble the Legion, which can go in any deck.

Soldiers:

Here we have, 2 cost reducers, 4 anthem effects, 1 cheater, 2 removal spells, and a sword. Kind of mediocre actually, the anthem effects are outclassed by what I listed above, and only Catapult Master, Preeminent Captain, and Unified Strike really require you to build heavily into their tribe.

Warriors:

(Non-Boros)

Here we have, 1 sac outlet / life drainer, 2 evasion effects (probably better options for this, Cover of Darkness for example), 1 cost reducer, 1 (meh) haste granter, and 3 anthem effects. Clearly, Warriors are the less supported tribe here.

To sum up: Soldiers have more support than Warriors, especially in Boros; there's no reason to stick to one over the other; don't go nuts trying to force a theme if there's no reward for it.

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