Escaped Null

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

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Rise of the Eldrazi (ROE) Uncommon

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Escaped Null

Creature — Zombie Berserker

Lifelink

Whenever Escaped Null blocks or becomes blocked, it gets +5/+0 until end of turn.

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Escaped Null Discussion

sceptikal on Gloria Gaynor's Golgari Graveyard

4 months ago

ceruleanplains, thanks for your suggestions! I dunno why I didn't consider Zombie Infestation!!! And I like Escaped Null a lot for some lifegain. I also added some Essence Extraction to add some more lifegain to the deck. Might consider throwing some Vraska's Contempt in to give even more sustain, but it's just such an expensive card. I like Whip of Erebos in theory, I just feel like I can't justify taking anything out for putting it back in, especially with the activated ability being not as good as permanent resurrection that comes from other cards/abilities.

I was thinking about Liliana, Heretical Healer  Flip while building v01, and now that I'm reconsidering, I can't remember why I didn't want to include her, so thanks for the reminder!

Appreciate the help!

ceruleanplains on Gloria Gaynor's Golgari Graveyard

4 months ago

Zombie Infestation!!!

I think you could use some lifegain to extend your rounds of play to that end I would suggest trying out Escaped Null or Whip of Erebos. Null gives you synergy when you get +1/+1 from another source, so it can get super big with lifelink opportunity in your deck. Whip just makes the effect global. The activated ability may not work with your deck.

You may also consider Liliana, Heretical Healer  Flip to continue throwing cards into the graveyard and synergies with the other Lili.

golgariizzet on Pay your taxes

6 months ago

so i have a few suggestions life gain is fun and i have one with same colors except i went without blue. Aetherborn Marauder, Archangel of Thune, Blood Baron of Vizkopa, Courser of Kruphix, Escaped Null, Felidar Sovereign, Gifted Aetherborn, Nyx-Fleece Ram, Rhox Faithmender, Spike Feeder, Vampire Nighthawk, Warden of the First Tree, Abzan Guide, Serra Ascendant, Grand Coliseum, Transguild Promenade, Rupture Spire, Painted Bluffs, Exotic Orchard, Aetherflux Reservoir, Chalice of Life  Flip, Skull of Orm, Test of Endurance, Beacon of Immortality. having green i would suggest some more mana ramp too maybe something like Fog here is my deck also if you want to take a look. Damage Incorporated

landofMordor on THAT Player

9 months ago

LOL this thread made me laugh -- MagicalHacker is on point, as is Argy.

I have a couple I've been ruminating on for awhile now:

The Tammy's Timmy: Has no mythics in his/her binder because they're all crammed into their The Ur-Dragon deck along with every legendary Dragon. This includes Aetherworks Marvel, Sphinx of the Steel Wind, and Eldrazi...but don't worry, they run Arcane Adaptation too. When they lose, they complain that Naturalize shouldn't beat Mindslaver because it's a common. Tends to think that "card advantage" is a function of power and toughness, not hand size.

The Johnny's Jenny: Disparages any deck with a budget over $50. Announces upon losing that "if I didn't have my priorities straight, I'd buy Serum Visions too and then I'd crush you through superior deck-building". However, when they do pull off a Near-Death Experience, they'll remind you about it for the rest of the year. Tends to equate deck budget to moral superiority.

The Spike's Spike: Seems to have forgotten that Magic cards are sold in "game" stores. Will ask you to step away from the table if you try to advise your partner during his/her first draft, then proceed to bait/obfuscate your partner into attacking into an Escaped Null that they didn't know about. (True story.) Is willing to play against noobs and little kids in order to win.

I think we all tend to have a little too much of those psychographics at some times. And of course, in balance, none of those types are negative. I tend to be a Johnny's Johnny at my worst moments. At my best, though, I am:

The Casual's Casual: Only wants to play a tight, fun game. Is completely unwilling to win just because their opponent is manascrewed -- instead, will tell them to "go get a Plains" instead of draw a card. Is also known to correct one's opponent if they miss a trigger or target Karador, Ghost Chieftain with Doom Blade, with the firm belief that nobody should lose due to misplays. Plays Boros commanders and group-hug to help everyone have a good time. Plays draw-go control only to protect everyone else from the Spike's Spike. When they notice that you can sacrifice Serra Avatar to Ayli, Eternal Pilgrim during combat and activate Cradle of Vitality to put 40 +1/+1 counters on an attacking 0/1 Goat token for the win, they will alert you.

xonji on Zombies finest [Help]

2 years ago

I've tried it and you are right Escaped Null is really too slow for aggro. Maybe youre right and I should give Foul-Tongue Shriek a try!