Cry of the Carnarium

Cry of the Carnarium

Sorcery

All creatures get -2/-2 until end of turn. Exile all creature cards in all graveyards that were put there from the battlefield this turn. If a creature would die this turn, exile it instead.

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Ravnica Allegiance (RNA) Uncommon

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Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Arena Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Standard Legal
Pioneer Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Brawl Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Cry of the Carnarium occurrence in decks from the last year

Standard:

All decks: 0.13%

Cry of the Carnarium Discussion

scootypuffrider on Esper Control, nevertheless fun to Play

20 hours ago

I'm also a fan of putting out 1/1 creatures/tokens followed by Massacre Girl as a fun cascading board wipe if there are too many */3+ creatures on the board to get wiped by Cry of the Carnarium.

Pabs4444 on Scarab Hero

1 month ago

It depends on what seems to be bad match ups. Deck seems weak to Inverter and Breach decks overall which is an issue as they are the top decks at the moment. You could possibly have Time Wipe to save one of your creatures, Cry of the Carnarium, to clear the board of small creatures that you wouldn't want to bring back anyway, or just the typical Supreme Verdict. Idk if it's good in this deck, but a 1 of Erebos's Intervention may be good hate against Breach decks while also being a source of lifegain against creature based decks. I definitely like trimming Sphere's for Push. One positive Sphere does have in the Sb at least is that it deals with a wide range of permanents. Actually, Deputy of Detention seems almost strictly better in this deck. It is a creature that can get brought back with Scarab God and can deal with the same annoying permanents that Sphere can.

TheSimikBOat on TRY JUND! [Theros]

2 months ago

I designed the deck for Bo3, and in Bo3 Leyline Prowler works well (even it finished Top 8 in a Grand Prix inside a Golgari midrange). If you play Bo1 the cards that you say can be good, and also I think that Legion's End in the maindeck will be fine, (for Bo1) because Cry of the Carnarium kills your Paradise Druid and that can be relevant sometimes. But thanks for the suggestions :)

ElectricWizard on TRY JUND! [Theros]

2 months ago

Hello , i have played with his deck over than 25 Best of one matches in MTG ARENA, i have never found any use for Leyline Prowler , what do you think a useful substitution would be for this card?? I have tried using a cheap mass removal like Cry of the Carnarium or a bigger threat like Skarrgan Hellkite how do you feel about these cards? Or maybe an early drop like Knight of the Ebon Legion could work as a two of?? Other than that i have a great time playing this deck thanks for the list.

ElectricWizard on TRY JUND! [Theros]

2 months ago

Hello , i have played with his deck over than 25 Best of one matches in MTG ARENA, i have never found any use for Leyline Prowler , what do you think a useful substitution would be for this card??

Sorin_Markov_1947 on Syr Konrad's Surveillance (ELD standard)

2 months ago

I would suggest that move towards control, since you want to be able to protect that combo of yours and stop your opponent. All-in-all, this seems really well-thought-out, so I'll keep my suggestions to a minimum. Murderous Rider seems good here, since it can be used for removal or as another creature in the graveyard. Some kind of anti-aggro is needed, I think. Possibly Cry of the Carnarium or Revenge of Ravens . And you need a sideboard.

Maybe combine the last two suggestions and have anti-aggro in the sideboard, but to me that seems like it would take up sideboard slots and you'll always need to stop your opponent early.

Sorin_Markov_1947 on Orzhov Lifegain Midrange

2 months ago

Write a longer description. A big long description helps other people who want to give advice (like me) see your reasoning for certain card choices or even for the archetype. It also makes you think out your combos and your reasoning for each card. If you look at my decks, none of them have a description shorter than about a paragraph.

I think the midrange aspect of this deck could be dropped, and you could turn this into a full combo deck. If you do that, add Heliod, Sun-Crowned (you should do that anyway, he's a beast), probably a few Ajani's Pridemate s, the rest of the Healer's Hawk s, and some other things for lifegain. Sorin, Vengeful Bloodlord isn't a bad idea at all either.

Keeping it as it is, Hushbringer belongs in the sideboard, make your curve bigger (if you're playing midrange, you don't want to kill yourself with things like Cry of the Carnarium or Shatter the Sky , and cut... Pretty much all your planeswalkers (except maybe Kaya, Orzhov Usurper ).

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