Bloodline Keeper

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Creature — Vampire


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

jaromwest on Tribal Rakdos Vampires

2 weeks ago

I would take out a couple of the Falkenrath Exterminator. His ability is surprising difficult to use between playing other cards and actually dealing combat damage. Also Bloodline Keeper  Flip is a great card but he costs a lot and it takes time to get his ability going making him pretty slow. So I'd maybe cut one or two of them to add back in the Stromkirk Noble.

99neil99 on Team Edward Sparkle Chest Extreme

2 weeks ago

thanks for commenting :)

this deck definitely is more creature heavy. if you splash 4 blue black lands you could use Plea for Power instead of Underworld Connections. draw three or take an extra turn which is deadly in a tempo vamp deck. all for 1U mana. technically wouldn't be splashing blue or slowing the deck down if you use innistrad lands. Vampire Nighthawk and Sorin Markov definitely help with the underworld connections though. why not use Feast of Blood for life gain? also Butcher of Malakir is a 7 drop. takes way too long to get it out and if someone counters it theres your turn wasted. why not drop in a stronger vampire creature that buffs the rest of your vampires? Bloodlord of Vaasgoth or Necropolis Regent. also why not use Vampire Hexmage? your deck is more creature heavy to handle it unlike mine. someone drops a planeswalker you sac hexmage and the planeswalker is gone. also goes for divinity counters, or any other pesky counters in play that interfere. I don't really use them because I focus on cruel control; however, they aren't to be overlooked.

also EVERY mono black deck needs to run Dark Ritual. it became a mythic for a reason, and not a shitty mythic either. solid inexpensive card. turn 2 sorin markov in play or turn 2 Vampire Nocturnus in play or even Bloodline Keeper  Flip to drop in tokens.

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Rocknj06 on Not as Budget Vampires

3 weeks ago

Blood Artist doesn't seem to good in this deck since you don't really kill a lot of creatures. I'd suggest Distress over Wrench Mind choosing what you opponent loses is much more powerful than letting your opponent choose. Maybe some combination of Bloodline Keeper  Flip and Captivating Vampire would be helpful. Gatekeeper of Malakir is really good to have. Another 2-3 kill spells wouldn't hurt either, think Victim of Night.

dewicious007 on Help My Vampires Play Against a Group?

1 month ago

Exsanguinate, Blood Seeker and Blood Artist can help you chunk away at opponents' life totals and gain you massive amounts of life. Blood Artist works especially well with Vampire Aristocrat, if you want to keep him in the deck. Some other really powerful cards to play could be Bloodghast (it always comes back!), Bloodline Keeper  Flip, Captivating Vampire, Bloodlord of Vaasgoth, Guul Draz Assassin, and Vampire Nocturnus. Most of these are relatively cheap moneywise, but they might slow down the deck a lot if you add too many. Ascendant Evincar and Malakir Bloodwitch could possibly be added as a one- or two-of finishers. For cuts, I would recommend removing Kalastria Highborn, Vampire Aristocrat, Urge to Feed, Sign in Blood, and Vampire Hexmage. Kalastria Highborn is unnecessary when you have any of Blood Seekers, Blood Artists, Exsanguinates, or Malakir Bloodwitches. Vampire Hexmage doesn't really do anything unless you're playing Dark Depths, which is really expensive. Vampire Aristocrat kills your own guys and Urge to Feed is really slow. Sign in Blood offers card advantage, yes, but when you're already ahead, it doesn't really matter. Hope this helps!

Entari0 on Help My Vampires Play Against a Group?

1 month ago

you may want to get your hands on some Bloodline Keeper  Flips to buff your other vampires.

Severein on Severein

1 month ago

But again, you are missing the point.

what does Captivating Vampire give you?

Are you looking at the +1/+1 or are you looking at the tap 5 vampires, gain control of target creature?

Bloodline Keeper  Flip is a massive card for your deck, as I keep saying.

Both the b/w Sorin are huge for you.

They feed your win con.

I am not interested in capturing your creature, I am interested in capturing it, sacking it to Vish and then going after your next one....

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