Feast of Blood

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Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Zendikar (ZEN) Uncommon
Promo Set (000) Rare

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Feast of Blood

Sorcery

Cast Feast of Blood only if you control two or more Vampires.

Destroy target creature. You gain 4 life.

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Feast of Blood Discussion

AcryiA on Looking for some help with ...

2 days ago

It depends on what format, if any, you're looking to play. In mono-black, some recommended cards would be Vampire Nocturnus, Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet, Vampire Nighthawk, Bloodline Keeper  Flip, and Blood Artist, anlong with some other cards that work well with vampires, like Feast of Blood and Urge to Feed.

It also might be a good idea to add another color. More recently, vampires have been printed with red and white as well, and may add more options for your game, especially when on a budget.

This deck: http://www.mtgvault.com/giu/decks/vampires might spark some ideas, as well as the new Ixilan set coming out, which has some interesting vampires as well.

Hope this helps.

~A

Funkydiscogod on Playing with lives (ULTRA BUDGET)

4 days ago

Ooh...I love Ultra-Budget brews.

I've always thought Heroes Remembered would make a good 1-drop for a lifegain deck, but it seems to me that for your deck, it doesn't matter how much life you gain, only that you gained life. So, quantity over quality, shall we say.

Let me recommend Survival Cache as a replacement for Healing Hands.

I feel like Path of Bravery can fit in to your deck somewhere.

And even though Murder is the best targeted kill spell, there are some life-gaining kill spells that you might consider, like Tribute to Hunger, Consuming Vapors, Feast of Blood and Midnight Charm.

You might have enough generic costs in your deck to be able to support a playset of Radiant Fountain.

Anyway, I'm just brainstorming.

Triton on You Can Call Me Grandaddy

1 week ago

Filipp_bor I chose against "french vanilla" creatures, because they don't have much impact when they hit the board outside of creating tokens.

Also, as Last_Laugh said, Feast of Blood is a rather mediocre card compared to Vindicate and Anguished Unmaking. I'm even considering removing Go for the Throat eventually down the line.

Also rally looking forward to Ixalan being released! I'm saving some money to buy the cards to update this deck so it's updated to T/O. Also considering adding an FAQ at this point, since there are some questions that are always asked. I'm just tired from writing the same answer over and over again..

Thanks for the suggestions!

Carsf on Lord of the Bloodline

3 weeks ago

Right now, I recommend cutting Drana's Emissary, Markov Crusader, and Vampire Nighthawk. They're alright creatures, but not good enough as the game stretches on. I'd add Indulgent Aristocrat, Vampire Nocturnus, and Vampire Hexmage, for their own reason, though Nocturnus is a little pricey.

Also, consider Feast of Blood. Great cheap removal, and it can be cast if you play any vampire thanks to Edgar.

Last_Laugh on Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror (Post Ixalan)

3 weeks ago

Coat of Arms is rather ballsy since it buffs your opponents creatures too, especially with tribal being popular right now. Look into Shared Animosity if it's in your budget. Feast of Blood while flavorful is outclassed by most instant speed removal. Swords to Plowshares or Anguished Unmaking you'll typically happier drawing into.

Panharmonicon feels out of place and kinda forced. I'd replace it with more card draw like Greed or Necropotence.

Some sort of mass removal is nice to have and you're in the colors with all the options. Harsh Mercy is great but again with the tribal love going strong, it'll be better later after the hype dies down. Austere Command is nice and flexible as is its cheaper cousin Merciless Eviction.

My last suggestion I've made all over Edgar lists, but if you want to be extra gross and feel like you're cheating... try Reconnaissance. This card allows you to be hyper agressive and attack all-out while avoiding any unfavorable blocks (this is the 'fair' use).

This card also allows you to untap any first stike vampires like Edgar Markov or Drana, Liberator of Malakir after first strike damage is dealt but before normal combat damage is dealt. (handy for getting +1+1 counters from Drana to your whole team)... obviously busted with Stromkirk Captain. This card also allows you to untap after normal combat damage is dealt for pseudo vigilance as the creature is considered an 'attacking creature' all the way until the end of combat stage.

Anyways, here's my decklist... feel free to leave feedback or suggesions. http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/edgars-dega-vampires/

Deco_y on Bloodchief Liberation

3 weeks ago

Chiiz life gain isn't an issue with this deck so I'm not afraid of paying the 2 life. I think in this deck anyways Thoughtseize is better.

PickleNutz I've used Feast of Blood before and I foudn that when I drew it and needed to use it I only ever had 1 Vampire on the board, which I would rather not take that chance. However, if this deck is played right having 2 Vampires shouldn't be an issue. It's one of those "better safe than sorry" things for me I guess.

DrkNinja on Hanging with Uncle Eddie

3 weeks ago

Don't play Blood Tribute, Sorin Markov's -2 ability is much better than BT.

Sorin, Grim Nemesis is strictly better than Lord Of Innistrad.

Maze of Ith is awesome with Drana and Edgar because you can trigger their ability, pump your dudes and remove them from combat. Plus it's just good altogether.

You absolutely HAVE TO play Captivating Vampire it's absurdly good. Speaking of, no Bloodghast?

Feast of Blood is a better Doomblade kinda...

Last thing Coat Of Arms is bad right now. Everyone is on the tribal hype train and chances are you are just gonna help your opponent more than anything.

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