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Creature — Elemental Knight
Wither (This deals damage to creatures in the form of -1/-1 counters.)
Creatures your opponents control with counters on them can't attack or block.
Kulrath Knight Discussion
3 months ago
I've considered Kulrath Knight in the past, but generally I want to either chain-kill opponents' tokens with Blowfly Infestation or steal non-tokens with Necroskitter . Kulrath Knight would be a bonus with Necroskitter, but I really like the overall balance of the build currently. I'm not sure there is room for Kulrath Knight.
Yawgmoth, Thran Physician is one I am curious about. I plan to proxy test it and see how it works out.
3 months ago
Hello, nice deck!
I did not see anyone mention this card yet and wondered if you might like it as a good anti-creature tool. Kulrath Knight has potential to totally destroy any opposing creature-based strategy and can with an evasive-wither body can be it's own win condition. It may not be appropriate to your meta but wanted to share it as another possible tool for the deck.
7 months ago
otherwise a fun build :P
8 months ago
The_Fallen_Duke, thanks for the advice! Curses are the primary focus, although the deck is less about politics and more about bleeding out opponents while preventing them from hurting me. Effects like Ghostly Prison neutralize go-wide and token strategies, while the more Stax-y sacrifice effects take out large, individual creatures.
Assemble the Legion gets much, much stronger as the game goes on, and this deck very much wants to drag the game out. Mogis, God of Slaughter fills the role of a big, dumb creature that drains my opponents' life and denies them creatures. Bounty Hunter actually combos with Hunter of Eyeblights , Kulrath Knight , and Mathas, Fiend Seeker himself, who uses the same kind of counter. There's also some other cards that fit into this sub-theme, like Orzhov Advokist and Curse of Stalked Prey . Since the deck is focused on draining life from my opponents, any form of repeatable lifegain puts me at a disadvantage. Tainted Remedy pretty conclusively deals with that.
Of course, even if those are my reasons for putting these cards in, there's no guarantee that doing so actually works in the long run. I'll definitely look at cutting out some of the less useful removal.
11 months ago
11 months ago
id suggest dropping 2 Fume Spitter and add 2 Glistener Elf instead. Fume Spitter is good for getting rid of pesky 1/1 creatures and making things kill able so id keep at least 2 for combos as well. Id also drop both of the Carnifex Demon but if you want to run 1 it wouldn't ruin the deck just hard to get out and affects your creatures as well as enemies. Id keep the Kulrath Knight since its ability is pretty good maybe drop 1 though. Also you should ask yourself how budget you want to keep the deck.
11 months ago
@Obdulio8, I'm not sold to Fume Spitter, and the Carnifex Demon and Kulrath Knight seem too high-cost compared with the rest of the deck, although you have Channeler Initiate. I'm also not sure about Undying Evil; I would definitely play 4 of each combo piece, 3 Hapatra, Vizier of Poisons and 4 Nest of Scarabs, 4 Obelisk Spider
1 year ago
I need help for choosing a new Deck. I know it might not be so interesting for some of you since I only play casual, but I hope some of you come up with cool suggestions.
I mostly play against two other Players. Either it's all vs. all, or attack your left.
In the last few weeks they started to rapidly improve their Decks (their playstyle improved as well) and I am having really a hard time to win.
I want to get some new cards or an entirely new Deck. I hope some of you can help me choose and have some cool ideas. I would really like to get a control Deck that will help me win (most of the time). Now of course this is a casual playgroup so I do not want an unbeatable Deck or some broken infinite combos (not much fun for me and my opponents).
In the following I will give a short overview on the Decks I will be facing most of the time.
Opponent 1, Deck 1:
A red & blue aggro/control. His win condition is usually Nivix Cyclops + Teleportal and a lot of other spells like for example Cyclonic Rift. This way he can keep the board clean and do lots of damage very fast.
Opponent 1, Deck 2:
A mono white Soldier Deck. I haven't played against this Deck very often but it relies strongly on Synergies with +1/+1 Counters. Also one or two strong Angel finishers.
Opponent 2, Deck 1:A
A mono green Elven Token Deck. This Deck creates lots of tokens, buffs them with Lords and +1/+1 Counters, and attacks with all of them.
Opponent 2, Deck 2:
My Main Deck: Casually Merrowing
I know most Merrow Decks are Aggro, but I don't really want to spend a lot of money just on Lords. Also a new Deck would be nice.
My Budget: Below 30 Euro. Go Wild!
TL:DR: I need new casual Deck below 30 Euro Ideally Control, Which will win me most games without having boring endless combos or something.
Kulrath Knight occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.0%