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When Legion's Landing enters the battlefield, create a 1/1 white Vampire creature token with lifelink. When you attack with three or more creatures, transform Legion's Landing.
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Legion's Landing Discussion
1 day ago
Good ideas here. I'm building a similar deck. A few notes from what I've found playing mine:
I'd drop one copy each of Mavren Fein, Dusk Apostle, Yahenni, Undying Partisan and Vona, Butcher of Magan because of their legendary status. I'd still keep three copies of Mavren to make sure you draw one, but I think four is too many.
Run Legion's Landing Flip! Four of them! It's a great card and yeah, it's legendary, but never a dead card because you can always cast it to get a token and then lose one to the legend rule. It's probably the best 1-drop for BW Vampires right now.
Bishop of the Bloodstained has potential to come in for a huge amount of damage. I run four of these and also run two (might bump to three) Call to the Feast to curve into it. Spend turns 1-4 building as massive a board as possible, then drop the Bishop for anywhere from 5-10 life. Related, I don't like Queen's Commission as well. Call is just a little better and also fits a better slot on the curve, I feel.
Duskborne Skymarcher and Skymarch Bloodletter are both good cards as well. I especially like the Skymarcher because it can often get in for a little early damage, and it works well with Mavren, often giving you a chance to swing with a vampire that your opponent can't block, getting you a token without risking your creature count.
Shefet Dunes has potential, though I haven't gotten much mileage out of it yet.
I'm going to run Dusk / Dawn instead of Settle the Wreckage. It's a Sorcery instead, which is unfortunate, but it comes with the advantage of often being a one-sided board wipe since most of your dudes are small enough to duck under it. It also has the added benefit of being able to recover you from a board wipe by pulling a bunch of your 1 & 2 drops out of your yard.
Speaking of board wipe answers, while I like Bloodcrazed Paladin, I feel like it's a sideboard card. You could maybe run one or two copies main, but I think I'm going to keep mine in the side. It's also possible that Duress should also be a sideboard card.
Oh, and Anointed Procession. Because duh.
What do you think?
1 day ago
3 days ago
Hi IlGuale! I have actually tried out a single copy of Legion's Landing Flip in this build (just traded a Windswept Heath for it for 10 days). Overall, it was decent but nothing to write home about. There were two areas in which the card shined: in really grindy matchups as a late-game token producer, and as an adjunct mana producer the turn the fourth land drops. The problem is that in those situations, the deck is generally doing well regardless, and the rest of the time, Legion's Landing Flip was a usually lousy draw. So ultimately I reverted the deck to its current configuration.
It seems that Legion's Landing Flip performs well in the 2-3 copy range in aggro builds of B/W Tokens, but in a control shell like this one, I definitely would not want more than a one copy. I could see it being better in a different style of control build (maybe one that runs Gideon, Ally of Zendikars instead of Liliana of the Veils, for starters), but for the way I have this deck set up, it's a suboptimal addition.
Thanks for your interest :-)
4 days ago
6 days ago
How has Legion's Landing Flip been working out for you? I am currently elbow deep in cards, debating what should and should not go in an Edgar deck and to me the Landing feels slow. What has your experience been with it?
6 days ago
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6 days ago
1 week ago
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