Enchantment — Aura
Enchant creature or land
Enchanted permanent has "At the end of your turn, sacrifice this permanent and attach Nettlevine Blight to a creature or land you control."
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Nettlevine Blight Discussion
3 weeks ago
3 weeks ago
Are you set on keeping this mono-black? There's a lot to be gained from adding red or green, not just because of expensive cards. Green gives you ramp so you can turn 2 Rain of Tears and work your way up to a Death Cloud. Red gives you more land destruction (specifically Molten Rain and Avalanche Riders), plus the absolutely insane Goblin Dark-Dwellers.
If you're staying mono-black, I'd suggest building around Smallpox. You can get your opponent low with Abyssal Persecutor, then finish out the game when it gets sacrificed. It also creates a lot of value when your opponent has to sacrifice a creature.
Some other cards to consider:
- Drain the Well
- Corrupted Roots (you can even play this mainboard since there's so much green in the format)
- Nettlevine Blight
Also check out Budget Magic over at MtG Goldfish. Here is a deck built around Death Cloud that's actually pretty good from what I've seen at my local shop. And here is R/G Land Destruction to give you some more ideas.
2 months ago
I love how you've really gone out of your way to add cards with treefolk flavor. With that in mind, I'd like to suggest one of my favorite enchantments. It drives opponents crazy as it slowly eats up everything on their board until they can destroy it, and it happens to fit right in here: Nettlevine Blight. +1 for fun treefolk flavor! I'd love to playtest this deck when I get a chance.
2 months ago
One card I would immediately think of for any Enchantment-only based deck is Starfield of Nyx. The ability to recur works especially well with something like Lunar Force or Hesitation, which can lock your opponent out of the game pretty easily. I also really like it with any "Seal" effect, such as Seal of Doom, Seal of Cleansing, Seal of Removal, and similar: Font of Fortunes, Compulsion, Soul Snare, or kinda Grave Peril.
Also, Pernicious Deed is a good enchantment-based board wipe, which may come in handy at some points. There are some other good creature hate cards available like Pendrell Mists, AEther Barrier, Porphyry Nodes, and stuff like Choke or Contamination, which are awesome hosers you could sideboard in. Lastly, the Parallax partial cycle is kinda fun for slowing things down: Parallax Nexus, Parallax Tide, Parallax Wave. And I've always enjoyed Nettlevine Blight. If you can get the counter lock going with Lunar Force and Starfield of Nyx, Nettlevine Blight will slowly eat them away to nothing.
4 months ago
5 months ago
Protection prevents a creature from
- getting Damage from
- being Enchanted or Equipped by
- being Blocked by
- being Targetted by
the specified sources (DEBT acronym).
5 months ago
My opponent has enchanted my land with Nettlevine Blight. I have a Great Sable Stag, which has protection from black. How does its protection interact with Nettlevine Blight? Am i able to attach the enchantment to my stag to sacrifice it?
6 months ago
CthulhusNo1FavCultist The Rack only works with smaller hands and discard decks (Its wording is messed up I know), and Phyrexian Obliterator is super evil and fun to use, but I would like to keep this deck creatureless because of Innocent Blood's removal qualities. I do aggree that Nettlevine Blight needs a cheaper substitute, and I'll definatly look into it. Thanks for the upvote and the input!