Dakmor Salvage

Dakmor Salvage


Dakmor Salvage enters the battlefield tapped.

: Gain .

Dredge 2 (If you would draw a card, instead you may put exactly two cards from the top of your library into your graveyard. If you do, return this card from your graveyard to your hand. Otherwise, draw a card.)

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Set Rarity
Ultimate Masters (UMA) Uncommon
Modern Masters (MMA) Uncommon
Duel Decks: Izzet vs. Golgari (DDJ) Uncommon
Future Sight (FUT) Uncommon

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

Dakmor Salvage occurrence in decks from the last year


All decks: 0.05%

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.03%

Golgari: 0.36%

BUG (Sultai): 0.62%

Dakmor Salvage Discussion

SueMe on Hogaak: My Favorite (Infinite) Combo Deck

2 days ago

Hello korlicday!

I think your Mesmeric Orb idea is interesting. I've recently put in Hermit Druid after much deliberation, and now I know why it has been recommended so much. Sometimes, it just helps to have twenty cards in the graveyard. I should have an open slot in the deck available for some more of that.

I actually had Necrotic Ooze in the list for some time, and this was when I also had Razaketh, the Foulblooded. I think I ended up taking them both out of my list because I never actually got them in paper, but it's definitely solid. I agree on your sentiment with Triskelion and Phyrexian Devourer. Any deck could use those cards. Also, I'm not sure I want to dedicate another two slots to cards that are only useful 5-percent of the time. In fact, because of that exact reason, I think I'll move Desecrated Tomb to my Maybeboard. It can have its uses, but 90-percent of time, it's a dead card.

Genesis doesn't seem like a bad card. I think I had it in my first iteration of this deck. It's just since then, Hogaak has slowly become reserved as my combo deck for my collection. I've ended up taking out cards that were a bit slower than others, and those included Genesis. But if you want to put it in to your list, please be my guest. Again, it's a good card, just a little slow.

Oh yeah. The Gitrog Monster is a must-include for my discard subtheme shenanigans. Also combos off with Dakmor Salvage and a discard outlet.

Thank you for taking the time to comment and share your ideas! Believe it or not, it helps me build my Hogaak deck. As for me, it's always been my pleasure to share my ideas, and to spread the Hogaak energy.

kingtuf on Glissa the Traitor needs some help

1 week ago

Any Glissa, the Traitor deck rude enough to play Mindslaver should be running Forbidden Orchard. These three cards form a perma-lock on a single player so long as you are not disrupted. Also, consider looking into some self mill. With Glissa, your graveyard becomes a toolbox/hand-extension that you really want to see filled. Dakmor Salvage, Stinkweed Imp and Golgari Thug are all cheap dredgers that can turn one card draw into 2-5 in the graveyard. Hell, even Golgari Grave-Troll is cheap now that it's banned in modern. If you want to break the bank a bit, Life from the Loam and good utility lands like Strip Mine, Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth or Cabal Coffers are all very happy to live in this deck. If you're looking for cards to drop, I know they can be fun and are a little safer to use with Glissa's ability, but cards like Nemesis Mask and Viridian Longbow are so, so much better off as instant speed removal spells like Putrefy or Windgrace's Judgment. Golgari removal spells hit a wider range of targets and many run at instant speed, making them far more versatile than the cheeky equipment shenanigans Glissa can do. Remember, all she cares about is seeing a creature die, she doesn't need to be the one to do it! Hope something here helps you out. I have a 75% Glissa deck that runs several of the cards I mentioned here and I have to say she is easily my favorite commander. Best of luck!

SwiftDeath on Lord Windgrace

1 week ago

Other notable cards could also be Borborygmos Enraged, Living Twister, Molten Vortex, Tectonic Reformation, and in this deck Dakmor Salvage would be a staple. Fetch lands are also good, they don't need to be the expensive ones but something like Blighted Woodland, Warped Landscape, and Myriad Landscape are very good budget options. Edge of Autumn, and Harrow are ones I forgot to mention as well.

RedSkull1010 on Good Ol' Froggie

1 week ago

The deck is a classic Gitrog combo deck. The combo is: The Gitrog Monster + Discard Outlet on the board with Dakmor Salvage in your hand. This allows you to draw your entire deck because of the Eldrazi Titan's shuffling your graveyard into your deck when they are put into your graveyard. You either discard them or mill them via dredge. Then you play Lotus Petal infinite times to produce infinite mana and either cast Praetor's Grasp infinite times or Torment of Hailfire where x = infinite.

SorrowTheMad on Gitrog Dredge

4 weeks ago

I used to play a somewhat similar deck for Gitrog and I might try out your build as it seems a lot more competitive than mine was.

One of my favorite cards to play in the deck was Skirge Familiar. It gets you infinite mana really fast, particularly if you have Dakmor Salvage in hand and Gitrog on board, since you just infinitely dredge it back to hand each time you discard. I'd then use all my draw triggers to draw my entire deck, cast one of my win-con spells (Liliana's Indignation, Praetor's Grasp, or Faith of the Devoted) to kill either everyone by milling them out or using Familiar with Faith to drain everyone to death by using the black mana he produces to pay 1 for Faith. I play a lot of Kingdom at my LGS so I needed some wincons that don't kill everyone at once on the chance that I'm the King, Protector or Traitor. And if you hold up one of the Titans in hand with your discard outlet you can sorta protect yourself from someone trying to force you to draw with zero cards in your deck. Card is really good, I love it.

VaalVanir on Gitrog Dredge Combo [Primer]

1 month ago


It all depends on what you need at that moment. For example: You have Gitrog and a discard outlet on board, then you should fetch Golgari Grave-Troll and start dredging for Dakmor Salvage to win the game. There are times that I fetched Collector Ouphe to slow opponents down.

DreadKhan on Budget Dredge

1 month ago

Some Vindicate in the sideboard might be handy to deal with nearly anything, though Ashen Rider is probably a better choice since you can reanimate.

I think I second mana-less dredge, in part since you don't have any Dakmor Salvage in here to offer a transition if you needed to dredge lots of your lands, and tbh, I don't see you getting many lands into hand, but I am not an experienced dredge player.

As an alternative to reanimation, you might consider Gurmag Angler or Tombstalker , either can take over a game in a pinch, and you should have no trouble meeting the requirements.

toastySmorc on Advertise your deck!

1 month ago

Tuned Gitrog Monster combo list under a budget restriction. The goal is to try and find Dakmor Salvage and go off in a loop. Looking for recommendations about budget optimisation-currently not sure if I need an Eldrazi titan for shuffle, and whether to cut Hermit druid.

My deck:

The Rules Nightmare Before Christmas

Commander / EDH toastySmorc


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