Falkenrath Aristocrat

Falkenrath Aristocrat

Creature — Vampire

Flying, haste

Sacrifice a creature: Falkenrath Aristocrat is indestructible this turn. If the sacrificed creature was a Human, put a +1/+1 counter on Falkenrath Aristocrat.

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Falkenrath Aristocrat Discussion

Mattman384 on Slithing Vampires

5 hours ago

My favorite 4-drop vampire is Falkenrath Aristocrat. My favorite two drops are Gatekeeper of Malakir and Bloodghast.

TIMMSY7 on Waste Not, Want Not

20 hours ago

fieldhockeystudent, Thanks for the suggestions, I personally love Undying Evil and Fling I built my deck around these two cards primarily.

Yeah this deck is almost pure aggro and I like the look of Bloodsoaked Champion, I need to be able to use my graveyard a little better, thats why I've put Alesha, Who Smiles at Death in to allow me to bring back any creature almost and also provide more sack engines, could he work with the Rakdos Cacklers or is he a straight up replacement? I know Goblin Arsonist is nice, but I'm not sure whether he would be better than the Cacklers or the Sylvok Lifestaff as that gives me the slight boost and survival. What real benefits come from Falkenrath Aristocrat over Demonlord of Ashmouth? Minus the Haste and Indestructible, she is rather squishy and I have no humans in my deck really.

fieldhockeystudent on Waste Not, Want Not

1 day ago

Nice one - +1! I love any deck that includes Fling or Undying Evil - I cant imagine anyone expecting those cards when coming face to face against this for the first time.

If youre already going with a more aggressive strategy, Id consider Bloodsoaked Champion over Rakdos Cackler. If youre going to be attacking most turns anyway, its makes up some form of card advantage to know you can keep bringing back a creature from your graveyard. Goblin Arsonist or Mogg Fanatic might be good cards to have in the 1-drop spot as well, maybe over Typhoid Rats and Sylvok Lifestaff. They work on theme and can help police your opponents small creatures in the first few turns.

As for curve-toppers, I definitely think a one or two-of Falkenrath Aristocrat is worth including. Definitely more reliable than Demonlord of Ashmouth, and it having haste + flying + indestructible means you can frequently get some damage out of it as soon as it hits the board.

telepathyoverdrive on The Rise of the Aristocrats

4 days ago

I really don't feel like Sorin, Solemn Visitor adds anything to the wincon of the deck. Also, if you do throw in Dark Confidants, drop Falkenrath Aristocrat to 3 or 2, she doesn't need to be a 4 of already, and you'd probably kill yourself if you had bobs lol. I think the weakest part of your build though is no early game disruption and a bit too much removal. Just my thoughts, let me know what you think. :)

adanlaj on Vampyres

1 week ago

What about a Falkenrath Aristocrat?

Ohthenoises on Aristocrats Started Here

1 week ago

It's called Aristocrats because of Falkenrath Aristocrat and Cartel Aristocrat. How can you think that it wasn't developed till now?

As someone who played during INN-RTR I can 100% say that Aristocrats was born then. How you can even begin to think otherwise astounds me.

Lame_Duck on Aristocrats Started Here

1 week ago

I was under the impression it started in Inninstrad-RTR Standard with the cards Cartel Aristocrat and Falkenrath Aristocrat, hence the name of the deck. Certainly the deck you linked doesn't pre-date that Standard format.

BlatantLizard on Tribute to Liliana (2nd @ FNM 10/23/15)

1 week ago

One does not simply "run" a sacrifice deck without Blood Artist or Zulaport Cutthroat. Also Falkenrath Aristocrat is a must in any rakdos sack deck.

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