Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Commander 2016 (C16) Rare
Ravnica: City of Guilds (RAV) Rare

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Creature — Ooze

At the beginning of your upkeep, put a +1/+1 counter on Necroplasm.

At the beginning of your end step, destroy each creature with converted mana cost equal to the number of +1/+1 counters on Necroplasm.

Dredge 2 (If you would draw a card, instead you may return this card from your graveyard to your hand and put the top two cards of your library into your graveyard.)

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Necroplasm Discussion

Apocate on

4 months ago

I would say the Forgotten Ancient to make the deck modern legal, or the Simic Fluxmage Since the Fluxmage is just a deeply mediocre version of the Ancient.

Also you might wind up surprised how unnecessary Vorel of the Hull Clade is when you just get rolling with this deck. Comments on your maybe board: the Necroplasm is going to consistently be almost impossible to cast turn three with any budget mana base and Inexorable Tide is too heavy a drop for your deck if you're only going to run 20 lands, a two of include at most.

acedeca on Kinda Slimey

11 months ago

I think that putting Coat of Arms in would really ramp this decks strength, because even though it's one more expensive than Door of Destinies and it's effect works for your opponents creatures too, odds are you will have far more of creatures with the same type than your opponents would, with easy generators like Mitotic Slime andGutter Grime. Also with a destruction/pump combo like Necroplasm + Scavenging Ooze/Predator Ooze you could easily stomp your opponent. Cheers.

Icbrgr on

11 months ago

Thanks a ton for your tips Xica! Very appreciated!

For the idea of behind this deck... Its a tall order i know... but im aiming to keep this deck under $100. It doesn't have to be SUPER COMPETITIVE but yeah i do want it to be able to pull off some wins yknow?

Yeah I definitely do want my opponent to discard and even though the price for Liliana of the Veil went down just one copy is like $20 more than the whole deck. I do have full playsets of Distress and Wrench Mind but im not exactly certain as to what slots I would replace with... like even if i invested in Thoughtseize and picked up Raven's Crime Im just not sure where I would put it/what i'd replace. Currently im thinking that the discard effects happen late game/via cleanup step for the opponent exceeding the maximum handsize and then Necrogen Mists for assistance. Currently as it stands your right i have no way to Blow up all the lands so perhaps i need to integrate more discard enablers.

As for Ensnaring Bridge. The idea seems good. its just too pricey for what im going for... 2 copies of it alone cost more that the entire deck by 20 bucks. Im HOPEING that I finally found a home for Waste Not and some vanilla 2/2 zombie tokens can help chump block with the aid of some spot removal. for a budget Damnation effect i do have a playset of Killing Wave and 2x Necroplasm but just not sure about them...

I love your explanation of Blood Moon... that seems like a very smart idea. But again just not budget friendly and im aiming for mono black... otherwise id try to exploit Liquimetal Coating and green Naturalize/Splinter effects... however; now that you point out the synergy between Ghost Quarter and Life from the Loam thats a lot more tempting now... curse this thin wallet of mine!

As far as scry/tutor is concerned... idk... i have 2x Liliana Vess she does both discard and tutor... any thoughts?

UBQRLQL on Damned Devotion

1 year ago

What about Contaminated Ground or Evil Presence? Terrybad and unplayable? They don't help that much against Tron (they don't change the name of the card sadly) but at least slow them down 1 turn which can be crucial. I feel that Fulminator Mage is sometimes to slow. Although on the play g2 he can be strong.

You are right about Elves and that's what I already mentioned: better G2/3 and overall 50/50.

Necroplasm only interferes with Pack Rats but can be very strong against Token based decks because it destroys them on the first endstep. I played this card in other black decks and it did very well against Elves and other decks as well.. but yeah: clunky and slow!

RingweMakil on Damned Devotion

1 year ago

Necroplasm is bad with our own Pack Rats, and seems a touch too slow, but I haven't actually played with it, so my initial assessment may be incorrect.

Fulminator Mage is GQ no. 5, essentially. I have really needed it against Tron and Valakut so far (and other random decks that rely on specific lands, like Emeria, The Sky Ruin).

And yeah, Shadow of Doubt is great!

UBQRLQL on Damned Devotion

1 year ago

I cut my 4th Demon as well but am not conviced of the lone Fulminator Mage in side. At the moment I'm testing Necroplasm and whether it hurts my deck too much. Against Tron and Valakut I try to very aggressively Ghost Quarter into Extirpate which is not enough sometimes but I doubt the Mage does matter too much in such cases.

I playtested around 30 matches against my friend's Abzan Elves list (my list, some small meta calls, but she does very fine with it on local FNMs) and could only win 35% pre board and 65% post board. Even with heavy disruption in terms of Thoughtseize/Push into Brutality Elves can comeback like crazy with a lone Heritage topdeck. I'm not that confident about this matchup more like 50/50 in best of 3.

I checked common Eldrazi lists and agree with you. Downfall is probably a no-cut-option. Regarding Shadow of Doubt I really like this card. I even played it in my Mono Blue Delver list pre Probe ban and it did unbelievable well. For Mono Black there are simply no better Cantrips in low mana curve. Even though Shadow is sometimes a bit clunky - it is an amazing card and ppl don't expect it. It can help you dig 1 card deeper T2 if desperately needing the land and replaces itself lategames like np. Triple Ghost Quarter with Shadow of Doubt just got me one game on friday :D.

tumorman73 on

1 year ago

thelaymensgamer I would run playsets of: Aetherborn Marauder , Necroplasm , Lifecraft Awakening , Thriving Rhino , Vulturous Zombie , Ornithopter . What I would do from here is base the deck around Aetherborn Marauder . With these cards the deck would become a counter deck. Basically, create a bunch of +1/+1 counters, then play aetherborn, move all to the counters to him. Now, you have a big creature with flying and lifelink. You attack for alot of damage, and get it all back. The easiest way to make the counters is either with Necroplasm or with Ornithopter and Lifecraft Awakening . You play Ornithopter for 0 mana, then play Lifecraft Awakening , then pay a shit ton of mana and create that many +1/+1 counters on Ornithopter , then next turn (or the turn of) play Aetherborn Marauder and move all of the counters onto aetherborn. You now have a really big creature with flying, lifelink. The other cards that I suggested running playsets of just create +1/+1 counters which is more buff for aetherborn. Hope this helps.

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