Dakmor Salvage


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

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters Uncommon
Duel Decks: Izzet vs. Golgari Uncommon
Future Sight Uncommon

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Dakmor Salvage


Dakmor Salvage enters the battlefield tapped.

: Add to your mana pool.

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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Dakmor Salvage Discussion

APPLE01DOJ on Classic 8Rack

1 week ago

Please do share your list.

It's okay to blow up the comments section. I used to run On The Rag -Rakdos's 8RCK- but I feel mono black adds much more to the consistency. (this was before the days of K-Command) Blightning usually hits at the perfect time to empty out the last few cards in their hand.

I've ran just about every type of 8Rack variant there is at some point. Smallpox, Pack Rat, Bitterblossom, Nath of the Gilt-Leaf, Nezumi Shortfang Deathrite Shaman, Buried Ruin, Dakmor Salvage, Waste Not, Liliana's Caress, Maralen of the Mornsong.

It's a fun deck but people hate to play against it & games can really drag on.

Pieguy396 on U/Blue equivalent for Dakmor Salvage

2 weeks ago

I don't believe there is a land like that. Dakmor Salvage was originally part of a cycle of cards in Future Sight where they put old mechanics on lands, so I don't think it has a blue equivalent.

Ghenni on U/Blue equivalent for Dakmor Salvage

2 weeks ago

Hi all,

So I'm building a self-mill zombie deck (here: Geralf, the Necromancer) and I want to get rid of Crucible of Worlds to cut the costs a bit.

Dakmor Salvage works really well on my deck so I'm looking for an "equivalent" land or workaround to generate blue mana.

I basically need to be able to not worry whether or not a land goes to the graveyard: it can just come back to play by itself. If an artifact can do that, fine, as long as it's CMC is low.

Any advices?

alfindeol on The Gitrog Monster: All Glory to the Hypnotoad

1 month ago

Penthoplayer I've always loved Pros Bloom! It's a great deck. You can, essentially, add Cadaverous Bloom to this deck and go off that way. The Dakmor Salvage loop is card positive (most of the time), so you frequently end up with a lot of extra cards in hand. If you've found a way to put Bloom in play (and you've drawn Exsanguinate) at that point, you can just win on the spot. You could run Damnable Pact in place of Prosperity for basically the same deck.

That said, I found the deck more consistent running the graveyard combo.

ExisPsycho on Budget Deck - Mono B Control

1 month ago

ey, you could throw in a Dakmor Salvage or 2

Retrace synergy and it would make recovering your manabase easier from the Clouds and Pox effects

Austin_Smith_of_Cards on Let's Git Rogged To Git Gud!

1 month ago

Dakmor Salvage lets you accomplish silly things with your commander. Sacrifice it to pay for Gitrog's upkeep cost, then in response to the draw trigger dredge it to return it to your hand and fill up your graveyard.

Gitrog allows Tranquil Thicket and Barren Moor to cycle for double the amount of cards.

Worm Harvest seems like a nasty way to slowly outvalue your opponents. Combos by repeatedly returning Dakmor Salvage to your hand.

You might actually want to run Harrow over Kodama's Reach due to obvious synergy.

Pheardemons on

1 month ago

So I was wondering why they were there. Is it to discard land cards to draw more cards? And is Dakmor Salvage just another dredge card?

Lilbrudder on

1 month ago

You got a lot of the key cards. I'm curious about the lack of Dakmor Salvage and discard outlets like Skirge Familiar?

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