Insolent Neonate


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Heirloom Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Standard Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Shadows over Innistrad Common

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Insolent Neonate

Creature — Vampire

Menace (This creature can't be blocked except by two or more creatures.)

Discard a card, Sacrifice Insolent Neonate: Draw a card.

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Insolent Neonate Discussion

Sutsugua13 on Rock Hard Evolution

1 day ago


Although Flameblade Adept is a good card with discard, it does not cause the discarding. I am looking for ways to discard, like Insolent Neonate.

Delta-117 on Edgar minor upgrades

3 days ago

Hey there, thanks for the suggestions on my own decklist, now here are some for yours.

Swap Stromkirk Noble for Insolent Neonate.

Swap Worn Powerstone for Urza's Incubator or Thran Dynamo.

Swap Blood Baron of Vizkopa for Olivia Voldaren.

Swap Pawn of Ulamog for Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet (Wait for him to drop a bit lower in price if your uncertain still, after he rotates out of standard).

Iroas, God of Victory I would make room for here along with Anointed Procession somewheres.

As it's rather late for me when i'm writing this, I will continue to think up some more suggestions tomorrow, but this looks like a good start for sure.

elitestgen on You Suck: Edgar Markov EDH

3 days ago

I like the commander, love the vampire theme. I just don't understand how the deck is supposed to win in a multiplayer format. Ultimately this all comes down to your playgroup and how competitive the deck is, what the meta is, all that good stuff. Most vampire decks to date have done Exquisite Blood + Sanguine Bond / Defiant Bloodlord. Or stealing opponents stuff with Olivia Voldaren in the late game. Or even Vampire Hexmage + Dark Depths. In my experience, very rarely are you going to be able to overwhelm all of your opponents with vampires that have had time to grow and get fat. Heavy creature decks that also generate tokens are huge Wrath of God magnets.

You may want to consider some more removal if you plan on keeping the win condition brute force: Merciless Eviction, Austere Command, Tempest of Light, Utter End, Oblation, Red Elemental Blast, Grave Pact, whatever. Otherwise, you fall victim to a huge variety of defensive measures: Propaganda, Ghostly Prison, Sphere of Safety, Copy Enchantment, Moat, Crawlspace, Avacyn, Angel of Hope, No Mercy, Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite, etc.

Finally, it's hard for me to say what I would cut without knowing your meta, but I'll give it a go: Confusion in the Ranks, Harsh Mercy, Insolent Neonate, Olivia, Mobilized for War, Attrition, Urge to Feed. These cards are either too finite, or have circumstantial value. Other than that, I challenge you to look at your creature base, I know you want to get a lot of value out of Edgar Markov but the creatures themselves need to bring a lot to the table too.

XieLong on Vexing Shadow

6 days ago

What about Bloodghast? You wouldn't play it from your hand, but discard it and then return it with the next land drop.

Also Reforge the Soul could be amazing - either you play it for its miracle cost or you also can discard it.

Maybe Insolent Neonate is worth checking out. Gives you basically Faithless Looting all the time and is quite a decent attacker.

And last but not least, your deck already has quite a lot in common with the Dredge Archetype so probably you should have a look into those deck lists or a format primer.

Lilo on Rock Hard Evolution

1 week ago

maybe a Insolent Neonate

reeljazz7 on Fangs in the Night

1 week ago

taiga277677, I've been playing around with the idea. I had Indulgent Aristocrat and Stromkirk Noble for a while, but they just didn't seem to mesh well with the deck. I've also considered Insolent Neonate, Vampire Lacerator, or even Guul Draz Vampire or Guul Draz Assassin but so far, they just haven't play tested all that well. Also considered Falkenrath Gorger, but the ability doesn't work well with this deck since it's not really built to discard much. I think I'll see what Ixalan has for vamps.

Acerola on Bloody Hell

1 week ago

Hi! Have you considered:

1 drop creatures:

  1. Indulgent Aristocrat: Excellent 1 drop that comes with lifelink and can give counters to all your vampires
  2. Insolent Neonate: 1R drop that synergizes with the madness, has menance, and can provide card advantage
  3. Guul Draz Assassin: 1 drop that eventually becomes a Grasp of Darkness if left unchecked

2 drops:

  1. Bloodghast: Really annoying 2/1 that can always come back if you have a land drop
  2. Gatekeeper of Malakir: 2/2 that has kicker for 1B. If you kick it, they have to sacrifice a creature so it's for tempo.
  3. Gifted Aetherborn: Non-flying vampire knighthawk

3 drops:

  1. Captivating Vampire Buffs +1/+1 and can steal other creatures provided you have enough vamps
  2. Drana, Liberator of Malakir: 2/3 Flying, First strike. Can buff all your creatures with +1/+1 counters
  3. Olivia, Mobilized for War: 3/3 Flying. Let's you discard and buff another creature with a +1+1 counter and haste. Not bad
  4. Yahenni, Undying Partisan: 2/2 Haste. Can grow and become indestructible.

4 drops:

  1. Bloodhall Priest: 4/4 Has madness and can provide 2 dmg every turn provided your hand is gone
  2. Bloodline Keeper  Flip: 3/3 Flyer that can poop out 2/2 flying vamps. Can flip if you have enough vampires and buff everyone
  3. Vampire Nocturnus: 3/3 Buffs all vamps with flying and +2/+1 if your top card is black. Can quickly lead to lethal
  4. Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet: 3/4 that deals with annoying creatures by exiling em. Has lifelink, can grow. Expensive paper
  5. Olivia Voldaren: 3/3 Flyer that can ping creatures to kill and grow (+1 counters). Can also steal creatures

If budget is a thing avoid Kalitas and Bloodghast. The rest are affordable-ish. I recommended Dragonskull Summit for a cheap dual land

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