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Creature — Vampire Wizard
When Bloodline Necromancer enters the battlefield, you may return target Vampire or Wizard creature card from your graveyard to the battlefield.
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Bloodline Necromancer Discussion
1 week ago
And thanks a lot for your recommendations, they look really really good! I already bought Naru Meha, Master Wizard but thought she isn't that good, so I would kick Rite of Replication would get 5 copies of Naru and get 5 copies of the rite again?
3 weeks ago
Path to Exile, Shadow Alley Denizen, Bloodghast, Urge to Feed, Blade of the Bloodchief, Whip of Erebos, Asylum Visitor, Bishop of Rebirth, Blood Artist, Bloodline Keeper Flip, Bloodline Necromancer, Champion of Dusk to name a few. Surprised to not see Terminate. I'll give Zealous Persecution a vote too.
4 weeks ago
1 month ago
Prosamis, thanks for checking out my deck and taking the time to recommend some improvements. I made some changes like swapping the commander from Inalla to Nekusaur, and I put in Anathemancer, Beguiler of Wills and Bloodline Necromancer, however I was wondering if you had any other recommendations of specific cards to change or any that would work well in the deck? If not its all good, just wanting your opinion. Thank you, again.
1 month ago
Your description of the Bloodline Necromancer Ashnod's Altar combo was what prompted me to add it to my Inalla deck. This combo can actually start off with just 2B if you have another Wizard, and can also make infinite tokens of the other Wizard in the process.
Not sure if you're in the market for more infinite combos, but Twinflame works very nicely with Dualcaster Mage for infinite hasty tokens. Cloudstone Curio can also let you repeatedly cast cheap Wizards if you have Paradox Engine. Curio also combos with Timestream Navigator for infinite turns.
You can check out my Inalla deck with these combos and more, would love to hear your thoughts.
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1 month ago
Ey! Thanks for the help! I'm shifting cards around since I im still looking if I can get my hands on them. Im gonna update this list later tonight and I'm planning to include The Immortal Sun and Patriarch's Bidding.
I think im still gonna test vela, since shes also there to grant my creatures intimidate, which in my book is what this deck is looking for. Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker is also a splendid idea, although he has a heavy casting cost.
For me, Copy Enchantment is a personal favourite. It can also copy the powerful green or white pumping enchantments of my opponents. Nevertheless, its probably too much of a guess card and ill probably cut it for now.
1 month ago
Wanderwine Prophets is a neat little combo with Inalla that works even when she's in the CZ. Basically you copy it, then have the copy champion the original, then hit someone who's open and exile the token to take the extra turn. The original reenters the battlefield, which you then copy and champion. At the end step, the token exiles, bringing back the original, which you copy and champion, bringing the token over into the next turn and repeating the process. It's a little fragile and requires an open target to get going, but it's essentially a one card combo. Note that Panharmonicon and/or Naban will effectively shut this combo down unless you have another Merfolk on the board to champion for the extra trigger.
Ghostly Flicker and Dualcaster Mage go infinite together. Cast Flicker on any targets, then hold priority and flash in Dualcaster, copying Flicker to target two lands or mana rocks. Tap them in response, and use one of the mana to copy Dualcaster, copying Flicker to target a different mana source and the original Dualcaster. Let the copied spells resolve, then when the original Dualcaster flickers, copy him and just keep repeating the process. You'll get infinite colored mana and infinite hasty Dualcaster tokens. You can either attack in with the tokens, or bring in Inalla and tap them down to deal 7 however many times. You can do this trick with Naru Meha as well, but the tokens will all die to the legend rule so all you get is the infinite mana.
Bloodline Necromancer goes infinite with Ashnods alter. Cast Necromancer, then with Inalla's trigger still on the stack, sacrifice it to Ashnod. Use one of the mana to create a copy, and have the copy bring back the original Necromancer from the graveyard. Repeat infinitely. You will have infinite colorless mana and infinite hasty Necromancers.
Finally, it's not an infinite combo, and it's pretty janky, but I still love having out Purphoros, God of the Forge, then casting Master of Waves and copying it to (ideally) make a ton of Elementals to shock everyone a whole bunch of times. It can get crazy with Panharmonicon/Naban, but it's in no way reliable.
tomhiggart on Inalla
2 months ago
Hi I'm also a budget inalla player. For the lands Crosis's Catacombs might be another good adition.
I'd recomend adding more draw and win cons.For more draw I'd add Read the Bones, Night's Whisper and Brainstorm as they are budget and a low cmc. For win cons I'd add Ghostly Flicker and Rite of Replication as they both combo with Dualcaster Mage. Also infinite mana is easy to get, Ashnod's Altar with either Wanderwine Prophets or Bloodline Necromancer makes infinite mana (but bloodline necromancer has it's own wincon). All you need is Goblin Bombardment as a way to turn the infinte mana into a wincon.