Consume the Meek

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Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Duel Decks: Zendikar vs Eldrazi (DDP) Rare
Rise of the Eldrazi (ROE) Rare

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Consume the Meek

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Destroy each creature with converted mana cost 3 or less. They can't be regenerated.

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Consume the Meek Discussion

janda_42 on BG Sacrifice

1 week ago

Modern is known for being a very fast format. Playing cards that cost upwards of 5 mana means that you'll probably never be able to cast them in a competitive environment. This is a good deck idea, but playing cards like Butcher of Malakir, It That Betrays, and Consume the Meek cause your deck to not be as effective as it could be. Though a bit pricey, because you are sacrificing so many things, Fatal Push will work as excellent removal. Even an un-revolted fatal push can kill quite a few popular modern cards (i.e Tarmogoyf, Dark Confidant, Baral, Chief of Compliance, etc.). In terms of your lands, I would suggest things like Hissing Quagmire, Llanowar Wastes, and Woodland Cemetery. If you are able to spend more money on your lands, I would suggest Overgrown Tomb. This deck has potential and I am excited to see where you take it.

Izu_Korasu on DRACARYS!

1 week ago

Harsh Mercy is an option in a non-tribal meta, Toxic Deluge, Consume the Meek, Gaze of Granite, Austere Command are other options that should let your dragons survive.

Snacrifice on Wydwen The Budget Gal(<15$)

2 months ago

lilgiantrobot Thanks for the suggestions!

I hadn't realized Consume the Meek had gotten so low! I don't mind barter/innocent blood, but I'd rather run targeted removal like Murder or Tragic Slip. However, you got me thinking about Drown in Sorrow which might get cycled in.

I don't really see Rise from the Tides being win-con, even if I replaced all the auras with instants/sorcies, since EDH always feels so mass-removal heavy. Same with the pike That's down to taste though.

A lot of the aura choices are based around doubling-up on saving Wydwen, to make her really annoying to remove(because either they pop one of the totems, or something like Shade's Form, or you just dump the mana and bounce her to hand.)-and remember, those 'return to play' enchantments can be layered on to opponents creatures, then killed with Tragic Slip or Extinguish All Hope to bring them back under the player's control.

Artful Dodge is amazing and I can't believe I forgot it though, so it's getting put in for Vampiric Link. Dropping Dismiss into Dream for Drown in Sorrow since I realized I don't have too much that targets anyway(it's from when I was fooling around with the build to decide what to do).

lilgiantrobot on Wydwen The Budget Gal(<15$)

2 months ago

I'm not sure I like the amount of auras included. They work counter to Wydwen's biggest strength, her return to hand ability. Cards like Open Into Wonder, Artful Dodge, Slip Through Space, Taigam’s Strike, & Shadow Rift don't have the lasting impact, but can also fuel the addition wincon of Rise from the Tides or Runechanter's Pike.

Consume the Meek is another good, cheap sweeper, and an instant. Its listed at nearly .$50 here but I'm seeing a lot of $.20 copies on tcgplayer. Barter in Blood/Innocent Blood doesn't hurt the player either, b/c there's so few creatures and Wydwen can save herself.

Funkydiscogod on The Caress of Death(Magic)

2 months ago

I'm not sure how useful those pinpoint discard spells will be late game. Once the opponent's hand is empty, most of your cards are dead. Some discard cards like Brain Pry can replace themselves once the opponent has an empty hand. Or, something like Call the Bloodline or Pack Rat can make your discard spells do something else once the opponent is empty handed.

Guul Draz Specter and Reality Smasher are some critters that come to mind when I think of discard, but I don't think Reality Smasher is in the budget at all.

Since you're using Liliana's Caress and Abyssal Nocturnus, you might consider Dark Deal to deliver some damage, while still leaving them with cards in hand for a followup Mind Sludge. Don't forget to Dream Salvage or Geth's Grimoire if you do.

Replace your Mind Rot with Stupor, if you can. I'd play Megrim over Liliana's caress, since Megrim can damage opponents' planeswalkers if needed, but that's just personal preference. For removal, I'm a big fan of Devour in Shadow.

Anyway...for your sideboard, Relic of Progenitus or the cheaper Scrabbling Claws to stop those graveyard hijinks. Either Pithing Needle or the cheaper Damping Matrix can stop some activated abilities. I'd put in some Poor Man's Damnation Barter in Blood, Languish or Consume the Meek to stop critter strategies. To break combos, a card like Memoricide or Cranial Extraction.

Ballzanya on Dimir control

5 months ago

Drowned Catacomb is around 3 bucks if I'm not mistaken, having at least a couple of those will help. Go for the Throat isn't too expensive either. Logic Knot is under a dollar and it can be pretty good as a one-of in control decks in modern. For boardwipes you have some budget options like Yahenni's Expertise, Consume the Meek, Drown in Sorrow, Languish, AEtherize, and AEtherspouts.

Thegreengod on Esper Teachings

6 months ago

Big fan of Consume the Meek in the board somewhere

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