Bloodhall Ooze


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Custom Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Conflux (CON) Rare

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Bloodhall Ooze

Creature — Ooze

At the beginning of your upkeep, if you control a black permanent, you may put a +1/+1 counter on Bloodhall Ooze.

At the beginning of your upkeep, if you control a green permanent, you may put a +1/+1 counter on Bloodhall Ooze.

Bloodhall Ooze Discussion

Chasmolinker on So, You Wanna Play Jund Yea? (Budget)

4 months ago

Thanks for the support keinsteinkenten! I used a style sheet. (See the bottom of my [[Primer]] - Jund Midrange and be careful) There is also an easy way to do it if you're not up to it yet by using this code at the beginning of your deck description:

<img src="" style="position:fixed;top:0px;left:0px;width:100%;height:auto;z-index:-1;" a/>
Followed by a style sheet such as this one to make all the boxes transparent:
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="" a/>
Hope that helps.

And yes. I played this deck for the first time at my LGS and had an absolute blast. Aether Hub got some funny looks as did almost every other card in the deck. Even got Bloodhall Ooze up to 13/13. It was so refreshing to play this deck against the current meta. Of course it struggles against Burn like most slow decks do. But the potential to swing for big damage with Bloodhall Ooze drew the attention of plenty of bolts .

zapyourtumor on So, You Wanna Play Jund Yea? (Budget)

5 months ago

When you see "budget" "jund" and "$$$$" all in the same deck. Jund in a nutshell. I guess bloodbraid being introduced made it easier, $250 is pretty good for jund.

That card that made me want to build budget jund was Bloodhall Ooze , but I gave up because it was too hard. I admire your work. +1

Have you considered Dreadbore or Bedevil for more flexibility? (although assassin's trophy is probably better than the second) Also why not a playset of bolts?

PlatinumOne on So, You Wanna Play Jund Yea? (Budget)

5 months ago

i wasn't necessarily saying to use Skinshifter in place of the Bloodhall Ooze or Managorger Hydra .

Chasmolinker on So, You Wanna Play Jund Yea? (Budget)

5 months ago

Trust me PlatinumOne. Once you see how many counters Bloodhall Ooze and Managorger Hydra get you’ll understand the choice over Skinshifter . A T3 5/5 Bloodhall Ooze is one of my favorite ways to win a game.

PlatinumOne on Red Green +1/+1 Counters

5 months ago

if budget isn't a concern, you need fetchlands and shocklands. i'd also recommend adding black for Bloodhall Ooze , to allow it to gain 2 counters each turn on its own, before taking into account any Hardened Scales . black also gives access to Winding Constrictor , which function as copies 5-8 of Hardened Scales . black also gives you a ton of removal options (especially when combined with red and/or green) which the deck really needs. 2 Thunderous Wrath isn't enough removal in the modern format.

Chasmolinker on So, You Wanna Play Jund Yea? (Budget)

7 months ago

Thanks for the love TheGreatSlob! This deck has a budget of approx. $250. I was noticing the light removal package today. It’s typical of Full blown Jund to have more removal and disruption than creatures. This build however is more aggressive and relies on creature synergies more than the usual variants. I do agree though that there is room for more removal. I would start by cutting a Bloodhall Ooze or 2 for either Thoughtseize, Duress or Abrupt Decay.

Chasmolinker on So, You Wanna Play Jund Yea? (Budget)

7 months ago

Thanks for the comment Mr_Versatile123!
When I first built the deck, I was unsure of which 1-drop would work best for the deck. Bloodhall Ooze and Greenbelt Rampager were the two contenders. I started off with 2 of each, but once I started playing with the deck, generating didn't seem to be an issue in games where I didn't draw Greenbelt Rampager. Whereas, Ooze synergized so much with Winding Constrictor that I decided to abandon Rampager.

If you wanted to focus more on production, say a build focused around Aetherworks Marvel, then Greenbelt Rampager is a better fit for that sort of deck. That usually takes you out of Jund colors however and probably isn't worth the effort. Not sure though as I've never tried it.

TL;DR: If you want to focus on production, play Greenbelt Rampager
If you like +1/+1 counters, play Bloodhall Ooze

XivlviX on ▷ Pelt Collector COMBO! ◁ w/ Death's Shadow 【GRN】

10 months ago

Bloodhall Ooze would be a better addition than Experiment One I think.

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