Bloodflow Connoisseur

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Format Legality
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Avacyn Restored (AVR) Common

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Bloodflow Connoisseur

Creature — Vampire

Sacrifice a creature: Put a +1/+1 counter on Bloodflow Connoisseur.

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Bloodflow Connoisseur Discussion

Joe9 on Bloody Sacrifice (Rakdos Vampires)

3 days ago

When comparing Bloodflow Connoisseur and Bloodthrone Vampire, the best way to pick is playtesting. Both vampires can eat your other creatures either when they're blocked or when they're blocking if they're going to die from combat damage afterward. The first one can keep its smaller +1/+1 buffs for later turns, but the second one gets mildly larger buffs which only matter in the moment. This temporary bonus makes using it slightly more situational, but occasionally more effective. I don't think either is hands-down better in all situations and I can't say which is better here without a few example situations with either of them. The Bloodthrone Vampire is certainly a great alternative for the Connoisseur.

Joe9 on Bloody Sacrifice (Rakdos Vampires)

3 days ago

Bloodflow Connoisseur is another sacrifice engine which could combo with Blood Artist or Kalastria Highborn. Thoughts?

Dark Impostor might be able to do some good in the sideboard. Thoughts?

5finga on GB Suicide is Painless

1 week ago

Hi, i love your deck. What are your thoughts on these:

JethroWilkins on Chaos

2 weeks ago

Smelt, Dragon's Claw, and Destroy the Evidence all seem like rather weak includes.

Bloodflow Connoisseur and Barter in Blood might be decent includes for cheap.

DuskTheGolden on trampling

2 weeks ago

I Made a Variant which ran both Bloodbriar and a second sac outlet in Bloodflow Connoisseur. I find that it needs 2 sac outlets to be more consistent. It also ran Hunger of the Howlpack because it is absurd here.

Joe9 on undying ooze

2 weeks ago

Corpsejack Menace is great, but have you considered either Hardened Scales or Winding Constrictor? If creatures are gaining more than one counter at a time, Corsejack gives the biggest reward. Undying creatures return to the battlefield with only one counter. Both of these cards have lower CMCs and provide the same reward for undying triggers.

Since this deck's average CMC is only 2.5, the mana ramp provided by Arbor Elf isn't strictly necessary. Have you considered filling that slot with another synergy, like graveyard play with Scavenging Ooze or Varolz, the Scar-Striped, token farming with Gutter Grime, or another sacrificing source AND direct opponent damage with the amazing Jinxed Idol?

This deck only has 5 cards which activate activate the ever important sacrifices, 3 Bloodflow Connoisseurs and 2 Altar's Reaps. That's not much. Adding a little extra with a few Jinxed Idols might help.

Hydronvanquisher on Question on Triggered Sacrifice Ability

3 weeks ago

If I have a Butcher of Malakir, Bloodflow Connoisseur, Reassembling Skeleton and Dictate of Erebos in play and on my turn, I elect to sacrifice the Reassembling Skeleton to trigger the +1/+1 counter for Bloodflow Connoisseur, will this enable the sacrifice ability of both Butcher of Malakir and Dictate of Erebos to occur; or will only one of them trigger?

In other words, by sacrificing the Reassembling Skeleton will that result in the following:

  1. +1/+1 counter to Bloodflow Connoisseur
  2. Butcher of Malakir triggering causing my opponents to sacrifice one creature, and
  3. Dictate of Erebos to trigger, causing my opponents to sacrifice another creature.

Thanks!

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