Feast of Blood
Cast Feast of Blood only if you control two or more Vampires.
Destroy target creature. You gain 4 life.
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Feast of Blood Discussion
1 week ago
2 months ago
Great suggestion redben, Feast of Blood is a great inclusion. Urge to Feed however isn't a card I would put in. Tapping vampires for anything other than attacking is not ideal. I will add feast in when I get a copy of it.
3 months ago
Definitely, a side board is a big help at dealing with weakness inherent to the design of a deck, which in part depends on what kind of decks you run into regularly. You don't really need anti-graveyard cards if nobody exploits the graveyard, for example, they'd just be dead cards 99% of the time, but people going to tournaments had better be prepared for those things on turn 1 or 2 even in legacy. I think legacy is a great casual format, but it has some very fast win cons if you get too competitive.
1 very affordable and pretty nasty card for black is Duress ... this card can't deal with creatures, but most other stuff is a valid target, and nabbing their best card can be win you the game sometimes. It might be a bit mean for your environment though, so use caution.
Red and black can both do land destruction, and red can do artifact destruction, but if you never face any problematic artifacts or lands, then these cards might not be worth bothering with. Black has the best creature destruction generally, maybe something like Feast of Blood , or Urge to Feed to deal with indestructible weenies and pump your team.
If you give me an idea of what you think you are missing in the deck, I can make more suggestions.
6 months ago
Liliana's Caress > Megrim , but your mana curve is all sorts of busted for earlier game workings. and looks to be less than workable until you get that 4th land. i suggest Vicious Conquistador for an early blocker, a fairly decent early survival capable card at 2 toughness for 1 mana, with the passive abilty to proc when you attack. card is fairly cheap money wise too. Feast of Blood or Walk the Plank will greatly help board control for early game too and will combo well with your Sangromancer card
6 months ago
Even in a casual metagame, I would advise against running Forsaken Sanctuary - lands that enter tapped can often get you killed. Instead consider Caves of Koilos as a budget replacement. It can tap for colourless when you don't need coloured mana, and the 1 life is an insignificant price to pay for instant access to the colours you need.
I think you should probably dump one copy of Vampire Nocturnus - it's a late-game finisher that is fairly difficult to cast, so you want to minimize your chances of drawing into it before you can successfully cast it.
Unmake is a bit too expensive-to-cast to be overly worthwhile. Since you are not limited by the constraints of Modern, you should consider running as many copies of Swords to Plowshares as your budget will allow.
Another stellar card in casual is Dark Ritual , since you're unlikely to run into Force of Will or any other turn 0 counters.
Bloodghast is a fantastic card that is incredibly difficult to permanently deal with.
Feast of Blood is a fun, flavourful card that should be pretty easy to enable. I would run 2 copies of it.