|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Magic 2014 (M14)||Uncommon|
|2011 Core Set (M11)||Uncommon|
|Duel Decks: Garruk vs. Liliana (DDD)||Uncommon|
|Duel Decks: Divine vs. Demonic (DDC)||Uncommon|
|Seventh Edition (7ED)||Common|
|Urza's Saga (USG)||Common|
|Promo set for Gatherer (PSG)||Rare|
|Promo Set (000)||Uncommon|
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Corrupt deals damage equal to the number of Swamps you control to target creature or player. You gain life equal to the damage dealt this way.
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|Have (7)||ironax , NorthernCrow , MattN7498 , richardmv , Justinaut , gildan_bladeborn , brokendwarf|
3 weeks ago
Phyrexian Rager is nice, too, but not sure if it fits what you're trying to do.
1 month ago
First off, I love this deck! Demons are a fun tribe (however they barely don't make my top five).
My one suggestion is to drop Warn Powerstone for something like Gauntlet of Power, Nirkana Revenant, or Extraplanar Lens. The reason you might want to drop Warn is it is slow. It comes out tapped which sets you back one turn. The three listed cards help you double your mana and with such a high CMC, you'll need it.
Another suggestion is to take out Tendrils of Corruption for it's better counterpart, Corrupt. Being able to hit someone for a lot of damage can be a game ender. Corruption also hits creatures.
1 month ago
Kalitas, Bloodchief of Ghet is directly at odds with the removal piece that is your commander, and does not give you the myriad of interesting abilities that your opponents' creatures will have. He doesn't hit anything Olivia can't hit, and his tokens are far more fragile than nontoken creatures and aren't ideal for sacrificing. Drana, Kalastria Bloodchief suffers from many of the same problems as well. Defiant Bloodlord is a more expensive and frailer Sanguine Bond, and without the direct reanimation spells like Victimize (this card is a budget allstar btw) or Reanimate, or the self-mill to reliably get it in the yard, I feel very strongly that you'll be tutoring for Bond 19/20 times. Ascendant Evincar is a very win-more card whose mana could be better spent elsewhere in your deck. Mephidross Vampire isn't very useful in a deck that is overwhelmingly Vampires in the first place, and fits better in token strategies. Guul Draz Overseer requires an extremely limited window of opportunity in your deck to make anything near a strong showing.
Corrupt is extremely reliant on having Urborg out to do anything impressive and could easily be subbed out for more immediate removal like Murderous Cut or Rakdos Charm. Blood Tribute is in a similar vein, and Incendiary Command is rather weak in this format. Profane Command would suit your needs far better.
1 month ago
What a fun deck! Some cards that popped into my head when I looked through it (in no particular order): Nephalia Academy, Font of Mythos, Horn of Greed, Plague Wind, Barter in Blood, Necromantic Summons, Necrotic Plague, Torment of Hailfire, Torment of Scarabs, Yahenni's Expertise, Corrupt, Nightmare Incursion, and Pestilence.
I think the Font or the Horn could work especially well. Everything else is just something to consider if you find a need for more of a certain mechanic, since they're all covered by other cards in your deck. Sorry if you've already debated some of these. Great work!
2 months ago
Thanks again larcewayreth,
I will keep Corrupt in the maybeboard and after I build this deck IRL and get some testing with it i might add it in if i would need another win condition.
I don't plan to invest in this deck more than 25$ so I will probably never get Phyrexian Arena, but I'll keep it in mind if i decide to invest in this deck.
EDIT:Haven't noticed the new comment while writing it
- Bloodgift Demon Seems like a great card I'm definitely adding it to the main board.
2 months ago
I understand budget concerns, totally. I would still try to keep an eye out for the extra copies of Abyssal Persecutor. It should be like $2, so you could pick them up over time or maybe trade into them. It'd be worth it. A single copy of Corrupt is also an option (also a budget card), as I have won many games off a late game casting of it. It's great going "Corrupt for leathal" and having your opponent go "Wait... What?". Lol. Also, Phyrexian Arena is a really really strong card, it's not exactly budget ($3-$4), but it should be on your radar when looking at trades binders. And you're welcome, Mono-black is my favorite build, so I'm glad to help. And, if corrupt doesn't seem like your thing, Gray Merchant of Asphodel can do a similar effect by taking advantage of your black devotion.
2 months ago
Looking good!! Got some ideas for you: