Creature — Wurm
Boneyard Wurm's power and toughness are each equal to the number of creature cards in your graveyard.
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|Ultimate Masters (UMA)||Uncommon|
|Duel Decks: Izzet vs. Golgari (DDJ)||Uncommon|
|Promo Set (000)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Boneyard Wurm Discussion
2 months ago
hi TheBooman i would definately suggest my older non-combo build.
Basically a self-mill deck packed lots of creatures like Boneyard Wurm,Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord,Splinterfright,Kessig Cagebreakers,Izoni, Thousand-Eyed,Hallowed Spiritkeeper and of course Brawn.
Other than that i don't have a good idea because i am actaully trying to improve the combo and those cards although really good they are a little slow for my playgroup.
2 months ago
You don't need Rancor. You've got Splinterfright.
Keep it simple. Get cards in the grave. Play cheap big creatures that put Tarmogoyf to shame. Use your creatures to take care of whatever problems you have.
Artisan Fiend, Spinterfright and Nighthowler can all be snatched by Unearth. So...
If you want to use Claim for redundancy, +4 Tarmogoyf or the +4 Boneyard Wurm. Myself, I like a little p/t in case they Relic or RIP. Keep it around til you get your answer. Maybe Grim Flayer? But if you play more 1-2cc ETB's, I could see more Claim. Try a 1 of Call of the Death-Dweller.
What are your problems? Creatures. Artifacts. Enchantments.
1 Plague Engineer
1 Reclamation Sage
1 Haakon, Stromgald Scourge, Nameless Inversion
Costs three but he's got a 3/4 body so why not?
4 Force of Negation out of the side. You may want to board in 4 Force of Negation for RIP. I don't know how else you're going to beat it without a counterspell with Flashback. Play some number of Life from the Loam with Raven's Crime.
I don't know. Keep it together. Streamline the idea because the deck you'll be playing against, people have refined it to hell the past few years.
4 months ago
Good start! You might like these cards: Morality Shift, Skullclamp, Kaya's Ghostform, Mimic Vat, Death's Presence, Gutter Grime, Splinterfright, Underrealm Lich, Sewer Nemesis, Boneyard Wurm, Nighthowler, Mortivore, Lhurgoyf, Syr Konrad, the Grim, Grim Haruspex, Moldervine Reclamation
5 months ago
Looks really good for your first EDH deck!
Few suggestions Idk your budget limit but
Glowspore Shaman - Good utility creature.
Just some things off the top of my head.
5 months ago
My suggestions using only cards in your maybeboard.
That's 1 more out than in so you should be down to 99.
Ugrades using cards not in maybeboard.
These three cards together with Jarad allow you to sac a 5 power creature to deal 40 damage. Activate Jarac(sac creature is a cost)+Bracers double = 10 to each opponent. Archfiend and Reflection trigger, first deals 10, second 20 for 40 total damage.
Underrealm Lich + Gitrog = draw almost entire deck, since they trigger off each other.
Underrealm Lich will prevent you from decking as it replaces the card draw.
7 months ago
KaiserChronic While I found that a lot of the graveyard filling cards are pioneer legal, the best payoffs are not. Boneyard Wurm , Ghoultree , and Splinterfright are out. Molderhulk is very average, if he had trample or higher power would be a lot better. Golgari Raiders is not bad, but slower.
9 months ago
I'm not the best when it comes to deck building but I can see there's lots to improve.
What to cut: - Darkblade Agent - Completely pointless and does not help develop your deck's strategy neither is it a win con.
Golgari Raiders - Sure, Haste is nice. However, without evasion it's just gonna get blocked by a 1/1. Run either Boneyard Wurm or Splinterfright . The former has no other effects except for growing with your grave while the latter is still cheaper than the raiders, helps your strategy and has trample.
Enhanced Surveillance - Does nothing.
9 months ago
9/15/19 - Taking out a Forest and Boneyard Wurm for Shared Summons and Hogaak, Arisen Necropolis . Mostly because I've always meant to have Hogaak in here and almost every time I've drawn Boneyward Wurm it hasn't done a lot. I kinda always knew I would take it out.