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Artifact Creature — Myr
At the beginning of your upkeep, if Myr Servitor is in play, each player returns all cards named Myr Servitor from his or her graveyard to play.
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Myr Servitor Discussion
1 week ago
mate i think you managed to post in the wrong sub-forum, since this is about modern decks. Anyways my opinion about scarab god is the following (as a modern player) he is painfully slow and pricy, and being UB doesn't help much, but he can be made much more broken with Training Grounds & Heartless Summoning - and of course he is best if you foresake zombies and use creatures with him, which have abilities that are borderline broken, or scale with their power/toughness. (some modern examples would be things like Myr Servitor a big body that brings its buddies out of the grave to chump, or double striking creatures... etc.)
Here is my deck:
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For the moment it seems to be finely refined, still i am eagerly awaiting constructive criticism, and cards that could be good but i missed them!
2 weeks ago
2 months ago
Indulgent Aristocrat seems to fit the theme, although I am unsure if I will swap it or not.
Bloodthrone Vampire doesn't provide permanent value for its sacrifice ability, so I will stray away from it.
Genesis Chamber Gives my opponent a wide board, which is a weakness of this deck.
Myr Servitor is interesting, but I can't sacrifice him and bring him back whilst attacking.
Vendetta Seems good for the sideboard
I prefer Bone Splinters to other budget removal, because it allows you to easily get two creature dying procs for abilities. It works when you don't have a dedicated sacrificer.
I'll look into hand disruption.
2 months ago
Mono black deckbuilder's toolbox is my big list of mono black cards to help people put together decks.
If you're looking at budget vamp tribal with cheap enablers, there are other options for sac outlets and tenacious/reassembling. Dregscape Zombie, Call the Bloodline and Zombie Infestation is fairly inexpensive and very repeatable source of tokens and card advantage. Indulgent Aristocrat is amazing when equipped with blade and keeps the love spread across vampires- I'd consider swapping artist for it as you aren't going for the full zulaport package. Bloodthrone Vampire is a good way to force blocks whenever you have a board. To a lesser extent Vampire Cutthroat deserves a look, as its unblockable against many decks and really good at stabilizing with a few blade counters.
The second major cards to look at are cheap hand disruption. The various rats wreck a players hand when they enter play, and a sideboard full of Duress variants destroys some archetypes.
3 months ago
Aqueous Form, perhaps?
Also 1xHalimar Depths? Clearly, some better lands would be a huge help here, though I'm not your budget wants to shell out for them. I think for the very low AVG CMC here, you could probably be fine with as few as 19 lands - perhaps something like Terramorphic Expanse or Evolving Wilds might be a good idea as well to help thin and stabilize your mana base.
You might also consider Metalcraft spells...
4 months ago
If you are looking to build a Myr tribal deck then Myr Enforcer and Myr Superion deserve a place. That being said If you want to play with artifacts, then Ornithopter, Signal Pest and Vault Skirge appear in almost every modern artifact list that isn't playing combo. I'm also a little concerned by your mana curve, having no 1 drops means your deck will be slower than a lot of the alternatives in Modern, again if you want to play Myr tribal then Myr Servitor would work, but I'm not sure Myr tribal is the best plan. Lastly you should just run 4x of Silver Myr and Iron Myr, those are the mana colours you use, so it's better to have relevant mana.
I hope this is of some help, have fun brewing your deck.
4 months ago
I really feel like this has potential. The idea of using Glissa to get a lot of value out of midrange facing midrange feels strong, but I'm feeling like there need to be some major changes to make that choice valuable enough to make it work.
This isn't a minor tech change card, unfortunately, and thats what feels wrong about this deck.
There are a sets of cards worth looking at to substantially increase glissa value, make it more resilient, and help maximise the deck's power when facing other midrange lists (which is what it should want to do with glissa value).
So when warping the shell, lets break this deck down into 'blocks of cards, and try swapping them out. Glissa Traverse BG Midrange copy has my breakdown of the various packages- not perfect, but it gives you an idea of how fragmented all the different things you are trying to do is.
I'd try to look for some 'bridge' cards, that like seeing glissa, and that other packages like seeing. You could look for something like Arcbound Ravager synergies from some of the older, higher-on-the curve affinity lists, or try for Lotleth Troll/Throne of Geth or Grinding Station/Myr Servitor synergies. You could splash blue and become a Reshape toolbox deck, or Thopter Foundry combo, or red and become Trash for Treasure/Inkwell Leviathan, or go full lawful evil and make it a lantern control variant. There are oodles of possibility.
The big question is 'what do I want to retain about this shell'. The grindiness? Big creatures? Big value bauble recursion? Because depending on the answer to that question, there are a lot of possiblities.
6 months ago
Thanks, Darth_Savage for your input :)
The "Morbid" mechanic seems to be the right approach for what the deck is trying to do/abuse
Myr Servitor is perfect for the deck because of its low cost and the low color requirements :D