Bloodbond March


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Ravnica: City of Guilds (RAV) Rare

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Bloodbond March


Whenever a player casts a creature spell, each player returns all cards with the same name as that spell from his or her graveyard to the battlefield.

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Bloodbond March Discussion

jonny909090 on Golgari Incarnate

6 days ago

Also, also, Bloodbond March does literally nothing in a commander deck, and Cloudstone Curio only has like 3 or 4 worth while triggers in this deck. You need more "enters the battlefield" triggers to make it worth keeping.

Tardigrade_Cain on Bloodbond Apostles

2 weeks ago

Furani the Mindwrack Demon are actually a good idea, as are Grisly Salvage. The problem arises when the most vital part Bloodbond March is accidentally put into your graveyard. What I need is something to fetch enchantments from graveyards, so while Pharika's Mender is bad, I'm gonna need enchantment recursion. so I'm probably gonna get rid of it, but Grisly Salvage isn't gonna cut it. otherwise I think the other cards are actually going to go in. Didn't see them when making the deck.

MRDOOM3 on Ratatouille

1 month ago

If this deck had green in it, I would have suggested Bloodbond March. Maybe add a slight splash of green?

Thrumming Stone, though it may have a high CMC (5), is a really efficient way to get your rats out onto the field, provided that topdeck is nice to you.

I personally would say that Living End isn't a really good fit for this deck, since it is only really broken if you cascade into the card. The 3-turn delay definitely has the potential to be fatal to you. Granted, there are no other mass reanimation spells in Modern, so that may be your reasoning to run it.

Funkydiscogod on 22 Rats Win

1 month ago

Use Brainspoil or Diabolic Tutor to draw the Stone more often.

Consider Pandemonium and Bloodbond March if you decide to go into other colors.

Pargphee on zuberazuberazuberazuberazubera

4 months ago

Thanks for the deck links cool-cat, I've updated my own deck a little after looking at them.

I can see Undying Evil working quite well with Bloodbond March, and could as be used as a sort of pseudo protection for Shirei if he becomes targeted. I'm unsure of what to take out to make room for it though, since everything else seems pretty necessary to me.

Funkydiscogod on Relentless Rats of Death

4 months ago

Thrumming Stone is a classic Relentless Rat card.

Bloodbond March returns all of your rats to play. Blood Funnel has interesting synergy with the Rats and the March, because you can then run Dark Petition, to search out your Secret Salvage (or Liliana) and immediately cast it.

hyperlocke on Does Door of Destinies trigger ...

5 months ago

Door of Destinies triggers when you cast a creature spell. If you cast a spell, it doesn't matter for the Door from where you cast it.

Bloodbond March returns all creatures with a specific name to the battlefield. That is NOT casting a creature spell, but an ability that lets these creature change zones (graveyard -> battlefield). Door will NOT trigger, you only get one counter.

Thrumming Stone's Riffle ability lets you cast the revealed cards. Door will trigger, it gets a counter for each Apostle you cast.

Other examples:

You choose Zombie and cast Gravecrawler from your graveyard. Door will trigger, because you cast the spell.

You choose Vampire and play a land, returning Bloodghast to the battlefield. Door won't trigger, because you didn't cast a spell.

Really, the important part here is that you have to cast a creature spell with the specified subtype. Creatures just changing zones will not trigger the Door.

WBG on Does Door of Destinies trigger ...

5 months ago

I play a Shadowborn Apostle deck with Bloodbond March, I was wondering if I have Door of Destinies and Bloodbond March out on the battlefield, and I play a Shadowborn Apostle from my hand, I get all of the Shadowborn Apostles from my graveyard to the battlefield again; so, do I get one counter on my Door of Destinies, or a counter for all the Shadowborn Apostles that were in my graveyard. (Do I get 1 or like 6 counters on DoD?)

Also, if I have Thrumming Stone out, do the cards I play from its ability (putting them from my library to the battlefield) count towards the Door of Destinies as well?

I'm really confused on how it works,Thanks

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