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Bloodlust Inciter Discussion
6 hours ago
so i built a similar deck, big thanks for lighting the way.
Soulbright Flamekin does serious work for me. paying 4 precombat (when i usually have a ton of unused mana means 1) trample, and it means second main I can pay 2 for 8 red.
Need for Speed is another card that probably has overperformed for me. but its a great turn 1 play, and its always optional. you may not be stuck for hastey effects but I've found neheb gets hated off the board before i can attack unless he has haste. Bloodlust Inciter was in this spot, but need is harder to get rid of and I haven't felt the downside has been that detrimental.
big thanks for posting this. Gave me some great ideas and a much better direction for my deck.
3 days ago
any thoughts on splashing red? I think Bloodlust Inciter would go great in this deck. its not necessarily on theme, but it makes all your flyers a much bigger threat.
2 weeks ago
+ Coalition Relic
+ Crystal Vein
+ Generator Servant
+ Lotus Petal
+ Pentad Prism
+ Bloodlust Inciter
+ Mass Hysteria
+ Beacon of Tomorrows
+ Relentless Assault
+ Storm Herd
3 weeks ago
I know there's no red in this, but with any treasure I would consider adding Bloodlust Inciter. It's a cheap way to give Fleet Swallower haste and deny them a chance to respond with sorceries like Walk the Plank.
Now that I think about it, it's hilarious that Walk the Plank can't kill merfolk but it can kill fish.
1 month ago
I went Blue/Red with mine to cheat out the Fleet Swallower with God-Pharaoh's Gift off of Madcap Experiment. It's a risky but more reliable turn 4 win. The cool thing is that it only gets easier to set up and pull off for turns 5, 6, or 7 as well. Gift gives the Swallower haste and it doesn't matter if it does any damage so you can just focus on the rest of the deck manipulating what is in your graveyard to pull it off.
Gate to the Afterlife is another way to cheat out the Gift and the two of them being colorless means you could run it in here without adding red. Since Swallower gets haste out of the deal you don't have to bother with the Bloodlust Inciter or other haste effects. You would just need either ramp or cost reduction to get it out faster, which your Slither Blade and Dowsing Dagger combo would give you. Compelling Argument can also help you get the Swallower into the graveyard. You could also draw and discard with Tragic Lesson. It's probably more likely that all of this works out by turn 5 or 6 in mono-blue, but that's still pretty darn fast.
Food for thought, I just started playing around with the Swallower/Sanity combo and this is one of the few other decks posted using it so I just wanted to share. Best of luck!
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1 month ago
wouldn't it be better to just use Bloodlust Inciter instead of the Arcane Adaptation + Otepec Huntmaster combo ? I mean, even then you still have a 4-card combo which can be disrupted by nearly every removal unless you have a fifth card (Heroic Intervention) in which case it can be disrupted by Cast Out, Vraska's Contempt or Settle the Wreckage.
1 month ago
Good point! Wouldn't need the red splash if you can flip Dowsing Dagger. On turn 3 you'd need 6 mana; 2 to equip in first main, then 1 for Bloodlust Inciter and 3 for Fraying Sanity in 2nd Main. Then turn 4 hasted Fleet Swallower for the win! That is going in! Thanks!