Consumptive Goo


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Scourge (SCG) Rare

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Consumptive Goo

Creature — Ooze

(2)(Black)(Black): Target creature gets -1/-1 until end of turn. Put a +1/+1 counter on Consumptive Goo.

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Consumptive Goo Discussion

Adamaro on Vhati EDH

11 months ago

Thanks for the suggestions Joumba. I really enjoy playing Consumptive Goo, it's an all star. I've been contemplating Kamahl, Fist of Krosa for some time, but I'm having a hard time considering him for the land kills. He is extremely useful and one of my favorite EDH Generals. Perhaps I'll look into adding him in.

Polukranos, World Eater is cool, but I generally never have a ton of mana to spare for his ability.

Thanks again!

Joumba on Vhati EDH

11 months ago

Sir, +1 for the amazing, superd and fantastic Consumptive Goo! People keep telling me to cut it from my deck, but they just dont get it..

Anyways, perhaps you would enjoy Polukranos, World Eater and Kamahl, Fist of Krosa for their synergy with your deck. Thy can be costly, but fun!

Have a nice day

Joumba on Fruits of the Ooze

11 months ago

Gentlemen, Consumptive Goo is the ooziest of oozes, it's effectiveness in the deck is not based on it's pragmatic mechanical effects, but by the intrinsic statement it declares as a specifically chosen ooze. As for In Garruk's Wake, you are absolutely right; it's better. Concerning those "other cards" you mentioned, I believe they do not belong here in the slightest way. No offense, and thank you ZendikariWol andSaifurCommander for your invaluable input.

SaifurCommander on Fruits of the Ooze

11 months ago

Consumptive Goo seems like it's ability is over costed. I would find something to replace it with. There are other cards that do similar things, I'm sure. I would also see about cards that offer more chances to proliferate.

It's a good deck, though, and looks like it could be trouble in a hurry.

ZendikariWol on Fruits of the Ooze

11 months ago

Consumptive Goo's effectiveness is questionable. It costs 4 mana, so how many times can you hope to activate it a turn? Is it just to shoot down 1-toughness creatures? Kind of same prob w/ Festercreep. Predator Ooze is also a gamble. When can you actually cast it? 3 green? Plague Wind is a strictly worse In Garruk's Wake.

So yeah, just a couple criticisms there. Either justify them, or I may have a few suitable replacements.

luther on Withering Gods, Ease Of The Tip

1 year ago

Why do you have things that give -1/-1 until the end of turn? They dont trigger the draw with the scorpion god, so it seems pointless in my opinion to have the weak creatures like Consumptive Goo and Tooth Collector when instead you could have Olivia Voldaren or Sheoldred, Whispering One. You have a couple ways to give them wither, and olivia can ping them for 1 to put a -1/-1 counter on them/turn them into a vampire/boost herself. Sheoldred gives you recursion and kills the opponents creatures (which hopefully triggers the scorpion god). There are sooooo many powerful options in your colors that don't directly help with your strategy, but can still supplement it 1000 times better than -1/-1 until end of turn

Izu_Korasu on Hapatra Sniper Sneks

1 year ago

Quillspike+Devoted Druid also gives unilimited sneks if haptra is on board.

Phage the Untouchable should probably be dropped from the list, there are too many ways for it to backfire (Eldrazi Displacer/Oblivion Ring for example)

Carnifex Demon seems fun here, especially with Crumbling Ashes, Consumptive Goo/Fevered Convulsions.

Flourishing Defenses and Nest of Scarabs seem like good ways to flood the board with tokens in addition to haptra's ability

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