Leechridden Swamp


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Duel Decks: Nissa vs. Ob Nixilis (DDR) Uncommon
Planechase (HOP) Uncommon
Shadowmoor (SHM) Uncommon

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Leechridden Swamp

Land — Swamp

(: Add to your mana pool.)

Leechridden Swamp enters the battlefield tapped.

, : Each opponent loses 1 life. Activate this ability only if you control two or more black permanents.

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Leechridden Swamp Discussion

NikFraggle on Pack Rat Demigod

4 hours ago

Great idea making those cards work together like they do in this deck, especially the Pack Rat Squee, Goblin Nabob synergy is interessting.

First things first, Blood Moon fucks you up hard. Unless you have Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth in play, all your dual lands are mountains, making half of your deck unplayable. I would get rid of both cards and put in some standard lands.

Speaking of Lands, I think you will have consistency problems running only 22 Lands without some ramp mechanic. You wont have the time against a aggro based deck to get out your Demigod of Revenge combo or build up enough Rats.

Leechridden Swamp feels like its unnecessary as well. You dont need to steal life from your Opponent to win, especially because it may slow you down in the early game due to it coming into play tapped.

Bojuka Bog I would run as a sideboard card, not in my main deck, same reasoning as mentioned above.

Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet is a neat card, but I dont see how it benefits this deck more than adding another land to make your mana curve more consistent.

As for Olivia Voldaren, her effect is nice, but costs too much mana/takes to long to come in handy most of the time. Replace her with Mogis, God of Slaughter. Same mana cost, but the effect takes place immediatly plus your Demigod of Revenge makes it extremly easy to get to the devotion cost needed to activate him.

Looking at your removal, why not put in some Fiery Temper and or Lightning Axe to go with your discard theme?

That's a lot of stuff, but that doesn't mean this deck is bad! Just a little inconsistent in my opinion.

Hope i could help :-)

So long and thanks for the fish

MacNiner on Zombie Hunt Mixture

3 weeks ago

Thanks for the feedback.

I think the main weekness of this deck is a counterspell or discard. By adding Muddle the Mixture we have protection for counterspells, if we draw into a second Muddle the Mixture or a Treasure Hunt, so I think you are right and we can cut Boseiju, Who Shelters All.Otherwise, we can transmute it on turn 3 and play Treasure Hunt+Zombie Infestation o turn 4. The downside of Muddle the Mixture is, that we won't draw so many cards with Treasure Hunt, but in the most sinuations we have bigger starting hands. Against discard I like Nephalia Academy.

Leechridden Swamp was just a test, but the impact was too low. Creeping Tar Pit, Faerie Conclave and Mutavault will be added of course and a 4th Gemstone Caverns.

What do you think about Gargoyle Castle, Field of Ruin, Ifnir Deadlands or Cradle of the Accursed?

Kjartan on Zombie Hunt Mixture

1 month ago

I like the idea of Muddle the Mixture it definately seems to amp up the consistancy, (Though it does make it a lot slower as well.)

There are a couple of land choices I disagree with, however.

One of which is Boseiju, Who Shelters All. I see the appeal of the card for sure, but every stable in the format that can counter Treasure Hunt can counter Zombie Infestation as well. Up to you is you think the etxra lands are worth it. If you're meta is very counter-heavy, it may be, I'm just not sold.

Another one is Leechridden Swamp. The card is perfectly fine fot the deck as an alternetive Wincon, I just think it's a subuptimal choice. Creeping Tar Pit could be a good replacement/addition. So could Faerie Conclave, and Mutavault.

Lastly is that you only run 3 Gemstone Caverns. I think you want to start with this land every single time you're on the draw, and since you have so many land options when on the play, I can see very few scenarios where it gets in your way.

EventuallyClassy on Dark Alley w/ Mr. Rakdos and His Eldrazi

1 month ago

... in this deck, you can use Marsh Flats to grab 5 differently named cards= Badlands, Blood Crypt, Smoldering Marsh, Swamp, and Leechridden Swamp. Very powerful at different stages in the game.

gamer.ray on Flooded by Rats

1 month ago

Great deck!

I would recommend Leechridden Swamp and Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth ;-)

NV_1980 on Hungry for reality?

1 month ago

Leechridden Swamp and Shivan Gorge would be nice additions to deal some damage to players. Some other ideas on this front are Harsh Mentor, Nettle Drone, Purphoros, God of the Forge and Pyrohemia.

rufus654 on Help. I feel like I'm ...

1 month ago

I've noticed that lately too, MrJohny. When I first made this post, with the same amount of lands, they were generally good. Since then I've changed a few things, specific to the lands was the addition if the Ifnir Deadlands and Leechridden Swamp. I've since taken out the Leechridden Swamps and am now wrestling with the idea of a play set of Ifnir deadlands.

Grubbernaut on Insanity Rising

1 month ago

They seem too slow to me, but if I was going to play one I'd do Leechridden Swamp since you can continue pinging with it

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