Dakmor Salvage

Legality

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

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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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Dakmor Salvage

Land

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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Dakmor Salvage Discussion

HalbrechtHalbrecht on "Bite of Delirium"

3 days ago

Primal Growth is working alright so far in playtesting, but I'm still not sure whether I like it better than Far Wanderings .

Going down to 22 lands seems to work fine. Between dredging Dakmor Salvage , recurring lands with Crop Sigil and Loam , and finding them with Grisly Salvage and Primal Growth , I never had issues making land drops.

PRO-AUGMANDOO on Yeva Draw-Grow Combo

1 week ago

Awesome looking deck, Inkmoth_! As a combo lover, this deck seems like a lot of fun, but I'm not quite in the financial situation where I can freely pour money into MTG, so :( Anyways, I recently got into EDH, and built my take on a relatively budget version of the hypnotoad deck (The Gitrog Monster + discard outlet + Dakmor Salvage), so I can understand the amount of time you took to perfect this deck, and even to write the primer. I previously made a primer for my deck (Budget Gitrog Dredge Combo), but unfortunately forgot to save it so... Anyways, awesome deck, and I would love to hear what you think of my deck!

xaarvaxus on All Glory to the Hypnotoad

2 weeks ago

Some cards that I'm using in a Tasigur deck with a similar theme:

Hour of Promise Pulls Cabal Coffers and Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth together and might give you some free zombies if you find enough deserts to play. I'd probably cut Pir's Whim if you decide use.

Tireless Tracker should be a house/card draw machine with the Gitrog/Crucible land recursion. Azusa, Lost but Seeking has only ever been a speedbump for me as its rare enough to get her early, let alone with enough lands to use. I've found Gitrog and Swordtooth to be more than enough to play out what lands I can get, plus you actually have Oracle.

World Breaker exiles what it targets, can come back if killed or pitched plus sacs lands to do so. Greenwarden of Murasa has usually just been expensive redundancy for Eternal Witness.

Dakmor Salvage for extra dredge? I haven't tried Drownyard Temple but I'd cut it as it looks a little slow for trying to feed the Monster.

And I have to concur, this strategy is very fun to play

Wurmlover on cEDH!!

2 weeks ago

Gitrog is a hell of a deck, it's combos are also intricate as fuck. The main idea is to assemble Dakmor Salvage, gitrog and a discard outlet. You discard the dakmor, gitrog triggers, but instead of drawing, you dredge dakmor. You can repeat this as much as you want, and you stack draw triggers for each land that is dredged off of dakmor, and you keep from milling with Kozilek, Butcher of Truth. you keep this going until you have draw triggers stacked up so you can let them all resolve and draw your deck.

Winning from there is the fun part. you can then make infinite mana by looping kozilek, a land and Lotus Petal. Basically you discard in such a way so your library consists of kozilek and a land (called the KoziLand state) you can use this in combination with dredging dakmor to put any number of draw triggers on the stack. In this case, you want to dredge dakmor twice to put 2 triggers on the stack, then once more, cracking petal before the last shuffle trigger resolves, then draw your three cards, and repeat. After this you can use the same technique to exile your opponents' libraries with Praetor's Grasp or deal infinite damage with Rath's Edge and Crop Rotation.

Here's the primer which explains the main combo as well as all the other cool stuff better than I can: Gitrog Dredge Combo [Primer]


The best version of thras/tymna flash hulk right now is shuffle hulk which fetches blood artist, nomads, illusionist, and blood artist and then wins by milling the deck and infinitely looping kozilek and Narcomoeba. It's just generally more resilient than breakfast or other variants.

Here's a list: Shuffle Hulk


Chain Veil Teferi is also a decent deck, the main goal is to get 6 mana in up to 3 rocks to activate The Chain Veil and then activate teferi untapping veil, and three rocks totaling 4+ mana. you can repeat this until teferi dies and then hopefully you have enough mana to recast him. at that point the ruling on chain veil is that you get a number of free activations when you recast teferi, so you should have 6 free activations of him when you recast, making the rest of the combo easy. then you end up with infinite activations and infinite mana, draw your deck, and then play Blue Sun's Zenith to draw everyone out.

Here's a list: Chain Veil Teferi


Brainerd covered najeela pretty well, it's a tempo deck that uses key removal and tutors to stop other combos while gaining a missive advantage with najeela and something like Edric, Spymaster of Trest. it can then combo with any of the things that he mentioned.

Here's a list: Warrior Queen [Najeela Midrange/Tempo cEDH Primer]


Like you would in any format, do your homework on your deck, but keep in mind everyone at a cEDH table is going to be really paying attention to everything you do, so invisibility is not an option. There's also a certain mindet that comes with cEDH that isn't the case in EDH: there's always an objectively best play, politics have no push or pull. If you play a spell the players don't like, it will be countered, if you are objectively the biggest threat, people will try to stop you, etc. It's all about the deck and pilot skill. It'll take a little getting used to but it's fun once you get into the swing of it.

Apologies for the wall of text lol, hope it helped!

xaarvaxus on Izoni Self-Mill

3 weeks ago

If this were my deck and I needed to make cuts from the list I would trim the following:

Oashra Cultivator seems a little slow but does have the advantage of being something your opponents will likely leave alone.

Champion of Stray Souls expensive and was a bit clunky when I used it. Would need haste for it to be worth it.

Deadbridge Chant the 'at random' part seems unreliable in a deck where your graveyard will be pretty big. YMMV.

Svogthos, the Restless Tomb is another card I tried hard to make work but it really needs trample to be useful. I'd sub in Geier Reach Sanitarium here though so this isn't really bringing the deck down to size.

Worm Harvest it combos well with Dakmor Salvage and Skullclamp but I'd probably be relying on my commander to be producing my token creatures. Its a tough cut though.

Savra, Queen of the Golgari doesn't actually sacrifice anything herself and falls more in line with Zulaport Cutthroat

Nyx Weaver just not a fan personally, it does fill the task of priming the graveyard.

One of either Stinkweed Imp or Golgari Thug hopefully you have enough ways to fuel the graveyard that you don't need both

One of either Ramunap Excavator or World Shaper is there enough of a lands matter theme here to warrant both [or either]?

Jarad's Orders good card and I use it in my Meren deck but since it only ends up putting one card into the yard maybe it doesn't make the cut here. It does draw you a creature too but I'm working on the assumption you're trying to turbo as many creatures into the yard as possible so this doesn't do enough on that front.

You may want to consider Command Beacon so you can cut down on the cost of recurring Izoni [though that might give you reason to keep the Excavator, etc]

Hopefully this might help you in making some decisions on what to cut.

skoobysnackz on CEDH bg help

3 weeks ago

I'm not a big cEDH player, but I believe The Gitrog Monster is a quite powerful combo commander that can win the game with Dakmor Salvage, and a free discard outlet (if you build your deck correctly). The combo is quite complicated and I don't know all the steps so it might be worth looking into.

RicketyEng on Jund Outlandish

3 weeks ago

You you're probably ok with the number of lands as far as Borborygmos is concerned. He is a big threat which will draw out removal from your opponents so I wouldn't count on getting more than one or two combat hits in. I view him primarily as a way to throw your lands around and a combo piece instead of a way to grab more lands.

I see you have The Gitrog Monster and Dakmor Salvage which combo with Borby. I added an eldrazi titan to my deck to recycle the graveyard and allow the combo to go truly infinite.

Flooremoji on Mono Black land destroy deck

4 weeks ago

Pox maybe? Choking Sands and more LD is always nice. Maybe Dakmor Salvage and some boardwipes.

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