Bloodline Keeper

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

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Set Rarity
From the Vault: Transform (V17) Mythic Rare
Innistrad (ISD) Rare

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Tokens

Bloodline Keeper

Creature — Vampire

Flying

{T}: Put a 2/2 black Vampire creature token onto the battlefield.

{B}: Transform Bloodline Keeper. Activate this ability only if you control five or more Vampires.

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Bloodline Keeper Discussion

moldycrow83 on Rose of a Thousand Thorns (Elenda - EDH)

1 week ago

Thanks EsperPanorama!

I have actually been considering lowering the cmc further by replacing some of the token generators such as Hangarback Walker and Bloodline Keeper  Flip with sac fodder like Doomed Traveler or Hunted Witness. The deck takes time to build up Elenda's counters and the faster I can throw weenies out there the better.

Another card I'm thinking about is Dauntless Bodyguard. 1cmc and built in sac, not bad.

bootsworthy on Modern Vampires

2 weeks ago

Hello! I would definitely consider putting in Gifted Aetherborn. It's a really powerful card that you can put out early in the game for some initial defense. Also, Indulgent Aristocrat is another good card that you can put out early, and then you can later start sacrificing Bloodline Keeper  Flip's vampire tokens to beef up your other vampires. OR, another good combo with Indulgent Aristocrat is to throw out a Dark Salvation, which could give you a bunch of zombies, and then sacrifice some of those zombies to beef up your other vampires with Indulgent Aristocrat. I think if you take out some of your higher CMC creatures and put in some of these to give yourself a better defense in the beginning it will make this deck stronger. Unless you have a good defense at the start or unless you do some control mechanics, you might not get the chance to even put out higher CMC cards. I hope this helps!

shadow_dawgy on Multi-furious

2 months ago

Combos:

1 Crackdown Construct+Ornithopter=Big flyer

2 Grimgrin, Corpse-Born+Bloodline Keeper  Flip+Necrotic Ooze=All the counters and sac triggers + unblockable creature = Win or Sage of Hours = Your turn forever or Walking Ballista= Rain on you

3 Wall of Blood+ unblockable creature= Win

cdkime on Olivia's "Vampires"

2 months ago

If you're planning on going heavy on non-vampires, but want to turn them into vampires for synergies, consider running Conspiracy.

Since you're going to be discarding cards, consider a couple cards with Madness. Call to the Netherworld seems particularly solid, as it will hit a large number of your creatures and can be easily cast even if you are not using its Madness cost.

Otherwise, I'd stack your deck full of the numerous vampire lords that exist. Vampire Nocturnus is a pretty strong card, depending on how much Red you have in your deck.

Bloodline Keeper  Flip creates tokens that also get haste and +1/+1 counters.

Red/Black has some great removal, such as Terminate, Dreadbore, and any of the black kill spells (Fatal Push, Doom Blade, Victim of Night, Go for the Throat, Murder, etc.). Rakdos Charm is targeted removal for artifacts and graveyard decks.

Vanquisher's Banner is a pretty solid card, granting both a tribal bonus and card draw.

Hope some of that helps!

Mr9Loganja on weaving super friends

2 months ago

theres barely any proliferate outside of blue. Doubling Season seems like an obvious include, however Contagion Engine is a perfect budget replacement for that. I personally would swap Bloodline Keeper  Flip for the engine. it seems like you have enough wraths to protect your walkers, and it would feel bad to wrath after you've made a million vamps lol. my opinion though, not the word of god

quxit on Vampire Swarm

2 months ago

This is pretty hypothetical; I don't have most of these cards and am not sure how this would actually play. I don't think it would actually be good enough to compete with other decks in the same price range. I'm guessing if I cut out some of the more expensive cards (sub Sanctum Seeker for Bloodline Keeper  Flip, etc. for Drana, Liberator of Malakir and the planeswalkers) it wouldn't be as good but it would probably be better relative to its cost.

DangoDaikazoku on Multifarious Infinite Combos

2 months ago

You use Necrotic Ooze who effectively shares both Pili-Pala and Palladium Myr's abilities when they are both in the graveyard, and the same goes for Grimgrin, Corpse-Born and Bloodline Keeper  Flip when they are in the graveyard as well. I explained step by step how the combos work in a comment above for reference. If you need any further clarifications please let me know, but I assure you the combos work with Necrotic Ooze as well as Lazav, the Multifarious as a copy of Ooze.

DangoDaikazoku on Multifarious Infinite Combos

2 months ago

Palladium Myr + Pili-Pala + Walking Ballista : In this combo you have use Palladium Myr's tap ability to pay for Pili-Pala's untap ability to get one floating mana and repeat this process until you get infinite mana and spend that on Walking Ballista's ability and pay for infinite counters to ping everyone to death.

Bloodline Keeper + Grimgrin, Corpse-Born + Triskelion : this combo is a little different, but has a similar effect. Essentially you will tap Ooze to produce a Vampire token with Bloodline Keeper  Flip's ability, then sacrifice the token with Grimgrin, Corpse-Born's ability which places a +1/+1 counter on him and untaps him, and then you can repeat this process infinitely and then ping everyone to death with either Triskelion or Walking Ballista in the graveyard.

There are more combos that work similarly to produce this outcome, but these are the primary combos and the most straightforward to follow.

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