Bridge from Below


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

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters (MMA) Rare
Future Sight (FUT) Rare

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Bridge from Below


Whenever a nontoken creature is put into your graveyard from the battlefield, if Bridge from Below is in your graveyard, put a 2/2 black Zombie creature token onto the battlefield.

When a creature is put into an opponent's graveyard from the battlefield, if Bridge from Below is in your graveyard, exile Bridge from Below.

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Bridge from Below Discussion

TheDuggernaught on sacrifice value deck ideas?

1 month ago

The Hellbringer This is the current iteration of the deck. When playing it, pretty much any hand with Bridge from Below is an auto keep, but it sometimes lacks the draw and filtering to draw into one if it is not in your opening hand. I have not played the list in a while, but I can say that it was probably one of the most fun decks I have ever played.

TheDuggernaught on sacrifice value deck ideas?

1 month ago

targeted discard would be your best friend as removing threats with discard will not exile your bridges. Path to Exile also works wonders, but requires you to add white. I have played Mardu Bridge from Below lists before. I used Nahiri, the Harbinger (with a super spicy Worldspine Wurm to cheat into play with her ult), Path to Exile, Tidehollow Sculler, and Anger of the Gods for removal. I did not use Prized Amalgams, but I did use Bloodghast and Grave Crawlers for recursive zombie making machines, and Viscera Seer, Greater Gargadon, and Insolent Neonate as sacrfice outlets. I would also likley want to use at least 1 Hidden Stockpile now that it is a card. There would be times when I would anger to clear the board -- which would suck because I would then have to sacrifice everything and then find another zombie to restart my zombie chains so I could re-cast Grave Crawler. But Cradle of the Accursed, and Dunes of the Dead are both new cards that I did not have access to when I played the deck.

BigOldFox on Rise of the Undead

3 months ago

Greetings. i use Viscera Seer instead of Nantuko Husk cause is a lot faster. Viscera Seer allows you to scry a lot. Nantuko Husk can be a big zombie, but still a zombie with no abilities or some protection. This is the zombie deck i play in modern: Crowd of Bodies. I like Collective Brutality a lot, but you cannot discard Bridge from Below to use the creature removal ability.

BigOldFox on Rise of the Undead

3 months ago

I tried to play with Bridge from Below and it was very hard to keep in play. discarding it with Collective Brutality does not allow you to use the removal ability of collective. i preferred using just Diregraf Colossus with Gravecrawler and use toughtseize and tidehollow sculler to avoid the colossus being destroyed. this is the list i play:Crowd of Bodies

TheDuggernaught on Modern Build-Around Cards

4 months ago

I have not showed up to a modern event with a net deck in about a year, I routinely go 3-1. I have even only showed up with the same deck twice in that span of time. There are lots of cool cards and homebrews that will work on modern. Some of my favorite build around cards are Greater Gargadon, Bridge from Below, Spirit of the Labyrinth, Haakon, Stromgald Scourge, Life from the Loam, Prismatic Omen, AND Squadron Hawks.

OpenFire_V2 on Artificial Dark Chocolate (3.4)

4 months ago

Are you set on keeping this mono-black? Even at a really budget price, something like Rally the Ancestors or Return to the Ranks would greatly increase your staying power in games. Or staying in Mono-Black you can get a lot of great consistent fueling cards like Grim Haruspex and Immortal Servitude, even ignoring pricier options like Bridge from Below. I think that the sacrifice to draw cards are overrated and not that useful because they only get you a few cards from each one, whereas a Grim Haruspex could draw you a lot more cards.

n0bunga on Play Chess With the Devil

5 months ago

Austin_Smith_of_Cards That's not exactly what was expressed. The idea is to dredge at the beginning of Turn 2, as we would have discarded our hand to Phantasmagorian. Suppose we've something like Nether Traitor in hand, and we organize our discard so that it's in its proper spot to reanimate, and we have a Golgari Grave-Troll to dredge our draw step. This potentially dredges the Narcos and Amalgams, as well as our flashback cards. At this point, at Bridge from Below will be in the yard, so we've sent Narcos to the battlefield, which trigger the Amalgams, but the idea here is to use the tokens produced with the copy(or copies) of the enchantment to flashback Dread Return targeting Balustrade to mill the deck. Now all 4 enchantments are in the grave, meaning 1 instance of sacrifice = 4 tokens. So 1/4 Narcomoebas make 4 Zombie tokens which can be used for Flayer of the Hatebound as our primary wincon.

To answer your question - you don't, technically. But they deal 12 on impact at the beginning of your end step with Flayer in play. To protect you from milling to death Whirlpool Rider was in this list, and now I don't know what happened to it, lol. I think I was testing Ashen Rider as another strong target to reanimate.

MortalWombat5 on Manaless Dredge

6 months ago

@JakeBreake You go second so that you can draw then discard a dredger at the end of the turn to get going. Then you win by recurring Ichorid, Narcomoeba, Nether Shadow and Bridge from Below tokens and beating face, or by Dread Returning a Balustrade Spy and dumping your entire deck into the graveyard, then Dread Return Flayer of the Hatebound then Golgari Grave-Troll to deal damage equal to the number of cards in your graveyard.

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