When Contagion Engine enters the battlefield, put a -1/-1 counter on each creature target player controls.
, : Proliferate, then proliferate again. (You choose any number of permanents and/or players with counters on them, then give each another counter of a kind already there. Then do it again.)
|Have (2)||jpv , metalmagic|
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|Scars of Mirrodin (SOM)||Rare|
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- Clock of Omens + Contagion Engine + Thopter Assembly
- Contagion Engine + Everflowing Chalice
- Contagion Engine + Mycoloth
- Contagion Engine + Doubling Season
- Contagion Engine + Karn, the Great Creator + Ugin's Nexus
- Aeon Engine + Contagion Engine + Karn, the Great Creator
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Contagion Engine occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.03%
Contagion Engine Discussion
8 hours ago
2 days ago
Love the list. Gatta love the pure Infect angle. Assuredly not making any friends, but what else is Mono-black for?
2 weeks ago
Yo DanTheBear, have you ever consider using these cards?
- Aven Mimeomancer
- Celestial Gatekeeper
- Crookclaw Elder
- Commander Eesha
- Metallic Mimic
- Unsettled Mariner
- Dovin's Veto
- Vanquisher's Banner
- Herald's Horn
- Contagion Clasp
- Contagion Engine
- Sword of Truth and Justice
- Mystic Remora
- Rhystic Study
- Smothering Tithe
- Kindred Discovery
- Coastal Piracy
- Bident of Thassa
Aside from that direct straight upgrades for the rocks will definitely help Kangee out, as he is pretty mana hungry. So the fast acceleration rocks like Fellwar Stone, Talisman of Progress, Azorius Signet, Arcane Signet, and Coalition Relic really helps to bring him out faster with the feather counters. Hope that helps!
3 weeks ago
I'm late to the party, but you might want to look into these cards, if you need more ideas on how to spice up your deck:
Volt Charge or Contagion Engine (Proliferate is great with multiple mana rocks and Lux Cannon or Titan Forge)
Dismantle (Move your charge-counters from your manarocks onto Darksteel Reactor or Jinxed Choker for alternate wincons.
Energy Chamber (Imo a great alternative to Surge Node)
1 month ago
Grim Initiate (pretty good for you type of +1 +1 deck)
Narnam Renegade (you could probably go full elf tribal or stompy elf since it would allow for mana ramp and just flooding the board with threats. If you really wanna abuse that nonhuman trigger use some tokens)
Doubling Season (very expensive I personally don't thing this one is worth it)
1 month ago
Temporal Extortion looks good on paper, but I've never had much luck in getting the extra turn.
Yawgmoth is also disgusting for getting Bloodchief Ascension active in a hurry, I would run this in a heartbeat.
Ichor Rats is good because it gives everyone a counter, but I wouldn't run Tainted Strike unless you were going for a dedicated infect build - this spot would be better used for either another targeted kill spell or another board wipe.
2 months ago
I think I have to suggest Contagion Clasp and Contagion Engine, the consistent proliferate each turn is really solid and they function as removal spells too. TBH this deck gave me PTSD from Kaladesh standard. Maybe run Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger as a homage to hit off Aetherworks?
Overall, super neat deck +1!
2 months ago
We love the flavour of this deck and we also really like the fact that you've kept its necessary budget pretty low. So definitely, a +1 from us!
There are three pointers we would like to give you:
Hapatra, Vizier of Poisons: This card would be absolutely amazing in this deck. She interacts so well with Volrath, not to mention the other cards you're using to hand out -1/-1 counters.
Contagion Clasp/Contagion Engine: your deck does not use the dishing out of -1/-1 counters as its primary strategy, but it can be a very nice back-up way of controlling the board. Spells that destroy are exile can be countered; countering the distribution of -1/-1 counters is much, much harder. Also, with the aforementioned Hapatra in your deck, this would just be brutal.
Panharmonicon: a deck that uses so many ETB effects benefits greatly from a card like this. A similar argument could be made for including Yarok, the Desecrated. These cards are relatively expensive though, so we're not sure whether this will fit what you had in mind for the deck's budget.
Keep up the nice brews; this is really great!
Mrs. and Mr. NV_1980