Curse of Bloodletting

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Format Legality
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal

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Set Rarity
Dark Ascension Rare

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Curse of Bloodletting

Enchantment — Aura Curse

Enchant player

If a source would deal damage to enchanted player, it deals double that damage to that player instead.

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Curse of Bloodletting Discussion

ay.lobo on Purphoros and Krenko (Multiplayer EDH Primer)

1 week ago

Nice! I myself use the Quest for Pure Flame. I used to use Curse of Bloodletting, but it was too singular, it only targeted one opponent. So I switched to the cheaper guy that lets me choose when to use it to annihilate the whole board together for just .

Hybrow on Purphoros and Krenko (Multiplayer EDH Primer)

1 week ago

Played my The Fat Red Line last night.. and got out both Panharmonicon and Curse of Bloodletting on one player.. so each drop was doing 4 damage to each person and 8 damage to one special person.. Was great. Curse is nice for that guy who is playing a life gain deck and needs a little extra damage.

Panas on Best Commanders for Politics

2 weeks ago

Wow! That's some opposition you have in your pod!

You've given us no info on what kind of colours you enjoy playing, but I do get you like politics, manipulating your opponents and winning :p

There are many political commanders, like Gwafa Hazid, Profiteer or Zedruu the Greathearted. Problem is, people don't like blue players (in my group at least) and Zedruu is well known for his power once he gets going so I tend to get focused hard when playing with my bad santa...

I've found that one of the most fun, sublimely political generals out there is Gahiji, Honored One! He is naya colours, so you get good ramp, good removal, good pillowfort-y cards and access to some really strong political pieces (sfr: Diaochan, Artful Beauty!). Also some of the best token generators to go wide and abuse Gahiji's ability.

So yeah! I would suggest looking at Gahiji, Honored One, and the curses in red (Curse of Bloodletting), green (Curse of Predation) and white (Curse of Exhaustion) to make a brew that specifically paints targets on your opponents heads :p

If you wanted to, I could make a list to give you some ideas :)

Panas on Having difficulty...

3 weeks ago

To be honest, you are not playing control per se, but, more of a group-slug variant. Run more rattlesnake effects! Where is your False Prophet and your Koskun Falls? Hell, I might have been running Bearer of the Heavens (not likely without Eerie Interlude) next to my Orzhov Advokist (definite inclusion)! :p

Why are you running Caltrops instead of Lightmine Field? Instead of Cauldron Haze include the Cauldron of Souls itself :p

A Royal Assassin is more handy than a Dark Impostor when you don't want to keep 6 mana open every turn. He also doesn't grow bigger with every activation but he always threats a kill at instant speed if something dares to attack you without being vigilant :p

I would also consider the double damage enchantments to be removed as well, as they work against you as much as they do for you. Use the Curse of Bloodletting to incentivise people in more direct way. The dictate is good though because of flash...

Your maybeboard has some real gems! Especially fond of Martyr's Bond!

Also a Sunforger with 3 targets only is a very sad Sunforger... It's meant to be the answer-stick! Get that Chaos Warp, Oblation, Terminate, Mortify, Return to Dust, Into the Core, Retaliate, Wild Ricochet, Utter End and Anguished Unmaking... maybe even a Master Warcraft? That, or remove Sunforger since it won't be doing much for you as a +4/+0 buff.

Izu_Korasu on Saskia the Unyielding OR the ...

3 weeks ago

It seems the best pairings tend to have a build around commander and a supporting commander ... so personally I'm a fan of Tana, the Bloodsower and Ravos, Soultender, Tana gives you a solid basis to build around, while Ravos is an anthem in the command zone that flys and returns creatures that (ideally) help support or help generate the tokens.

meanwhile Saskia the Unyielding has alot of power, haste+vigilance and a multiplayer version of Curse of Bloodletting means that there are some explosive things you can do with the deck (2 for 1 Blightsteel Colossus anyone?)

EDH largely boils down to a combination of personal preference, budget and competitive desires but I'd argue the biggest factor is your personal play style, so which commander do you wanna play? Saskia? one/two partners? an entirely different commander that you can use the bones of this deck to build? (ex Rith, the Awakener)

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