Blood Moon

Blood Moon


Nonbasic lands are Mountains.

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Set Rarity
Double Masters (2XM) Rare
Masters 25 (A25) Rare
Masterpiece Series: Amonkhet Invocations (AKHMPS) None
Modern Masters 2017 Edition (MM3) Rare
Modern Masters (MMA) Rare
Ninth Edition (9ED) Rare
Ninth Edition Foreign Black Border (9EDFBB) Rare
Eighth Edition (8ED) Rare
Chronicles (CHR) Rare
The Dark (DRK) Rare

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Format Legality
Oldschool 93/94 Legal
Unformat Legal
Limited Legal
Leviathan Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Legacy Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Modern Legal
Custom Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Vintage Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Blood Moon occurrence in decks from the last year

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Blood Moon Discussion

aholder7 on Spreading Algae Deck

13 hours ago

while the above suggestions are interesting, since you aren't well versed in modern i'll mention Kormus Bell and Kudzu are not modern legal, so all of the above posts are mentioning things from a legacy perspective. which is fine, just thought i'd make it clear to you in case you didn't notice the legality of those cards.

to try and give you some hope for your idea, whats likely the best place for algea is the sideboard of an RG, or jund LD deck. then you could bring it in against decks that play black such as death's shadow or BW eldrazi. RG utopia decks that slam down T2 Blood Moon or T3 Acidic Slime exist, generally under the name Ponza. so if that interests you perhaps you could make a Jund (R/G/B) variant of ponza that plays a few urborgs in the main and algae in the side. boom you got a reasonable deck that gets to play the combo every so often.

tbone2072 on Watering the Plants…. With Blood! [primer]

1 day ago

Goblin_Guide: Yea, this deck does not do the best against cards like Blood Moon but I think that the deck can deal with the card much better than other 4 color decks thanks to the fact the we have a heavy focus on equipment which for the most part does not care about what mana you use to cast it. We also have Chromatic Lantern and the signets to fix our mana and allow us to cast colored spells. This is all in theory however as I don't have anyone in my playgroup who plays Blood Moon. If you do have someone who plays Blood Moon or even worse Back to Basics and want some extra protection then you could replace some of the worse duel lands like Canyon Slough and Battlefield Forge with basic lands but you would become more vulnerable to color screw.

Goblin_Guide on Watering the Plants…. With Blood! [primer]

1 day ago

I don't know if it's something you worry about in your group, but your list looks like it would have a reaaally hard time under a Blood Moon.

Tyrant-Thanatos on Does Blood Moon or Magus …

2 days ago

Yes, effects like Blood Moon and Magus of the Moon replace ALL of the characteristics of the card with just the ones listed. A Madblind Mountain would become a Mountain, just a Mountain. It would lose all of its abilities, and become nothing but a mountain.

Tropical_December on Winota and Taxes

2 days ago

I would take out a Sol Ring and add aJeweled Lotus or LED, or you could consider adding Blood Moon to stop some decks. Just remember to get rid of a Sol Ring.

All considered nice deck.

Flooremoji on Unban Dark Depths!

4 days ago

It is my personal feelings that whilie an awesome card, depths can be slotted into enough decks already doing good enough without being able to make a 20/20 Indestructible creature.

Something I haven't seen mentioned is that one piece is not a land, but both are with Thespian's Stage. This is increddibly difficult to deal with outside of answering Marit Lage, but they can just loam back both pieces until your opponent runs out of answers, esp brutal with Dryad of the Ilysian Grove (which also conincedentally lets depths tap for mana). In land based whenever you play something like Primeval Titan, Hour of Promise etc. you just find both pieces.

Then there are also dedicated depths shells, and even if you Blood Moon thanks to a rules change iirc depths now enters with 0 counters, so the next Naturalize becomes an instant speed 20/20.

I'm not sure weather it would be a 'broken' deck, but I think that the decks that would gain the most don't need anything more to help them right now.

lorthosthetidebaker on Unban Dark Depths!

5 days ago

It seems to me that the consistency and options available to fair decks make them the best competition for a deck like Depths. It certainly isn't any faster than Neoform+Griselbrand and, from testing, would be on par with the faster storm/other combo draws. Depths may have slightly better odds than those decks but, notably, such fast combo decks have been pushed out of the greater modern meta.

In regard to the mana cost of Blood Moon, there is also Alpine Moon.

Perhaps the current pool of modern answers is lacking for responding to a 20/20 indestructible flyer but the issue of lacking modern answers is pervasive. I suppose Vapor Snag has over-performed through my history in modern but I don't discount the possibility that an answer exists in blue which I haven't considered. Having applications against Batterskull and older Primeval Titan builds does make it seem at least formerly functional.

lorthosthetidebaker on Unban Dark Depths!

5 days ago

It is difficult to interact with but I don't think its unreasonable. Every color aside from green offers a mainboard-able (though some maybe sideboard only) solution to the token and there is likely one for green I haven't found. Examples include Path to Exile, Blood Moon, Vapor Snag, and Diabolic Edict. The combo is also subject to increased variance due to the reduced access to fast mana.

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