Nezumi Graverobber

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
MTG: Commander (CMD) Uncommon
Champions of Kamigawa (CHK) Uncommon

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Nezumi Graverobber

Creature — Rat Rogue

: Exile target card from an opponent's graveyard. If no cards are in that graveyard, flip Nezumi Graverobber.

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Nezumi Graverobber Discussion

benettnash on Phenax General Mill

1 week ago

OUT:

Leyline of the Void + Helm of Obedience - My playgroup really did not approve this combo so I took it out. In addition, Leyline is a nonbo with reanimation spells - I need to get rid of opponents graveyards when I see fit and not sooner. Helm is pretty much a bad card outside of the combo.

Nezumi Graverobber - It is expensive and typically it is enough for opponents to wait with their graveyard shenanigans until this creature is wrecked by the first board wipe.

IN

Fleet Swallower - This is Sweet Swallower in any mill deck.

Memory Plunder - Instant board wipe for 4 CMC? Yes please, sign me in.

Overflowing Insight - This deck struggles with card draw a little, and this is one of the most cards-to-mana efficient draw spells.

Force_of_Willb on commander rogue

1 month ago

A lot of your Rogues have less than 3 power which means that sometimes you may may to hit with 2 or 3 creatures to trigger Sygg. How about Cloak and Dagger to increase their power, or it can protect sygg with shroud and occasionally doesnt cost anything to equip.

Door of Destinies / Metallic Mimic - additional "lord" type effects

Faerie Macabre, Nezumi Graverobber - graveyard hate since alot of EDH decks abuse the graveyard

Master Thief - steal artifacts since lots of decks have good artifacts to steal

Zulaport Cutthroat - Rogue blood artist

Oona, Queen of the Fae / Riptide Replicator / Bitterblossom - if no budget - additional Rogue token producers

Dire Undercurrents is the original Kindred Discovery it combos really well with Oona as you can potentially draw and make the opponent discard at instant speed

SufferFromEDHD on Rats o' Myth EDH

1 month ago

Deserted Temple you are running 3 big mana lands, Diabolic Intent great tutor in creature deck, Kindred Dominance tribal destruction Ink-Eyes, Servant of Oni unique rat, Nezumi Graverobber utility rat, Contamination powerful mono black stax effect

me2tal on Rat tribal EDH budget deck

3 months ago

I would suggest Herald’s Horn - since you are tribal

Also Nezumi Graverobber - he is easier to flip with a Bojuka Bog

Reassembling Skeleton because it is cheap and works well as a blocker as well as can be sac outlet to Skullclamp for draw - even though it is not a rat

For more draw Slate of Ancestry

Neotrup on Mairsil interaction

3 months ago

Right. Mairsil, the Pretender can use Nezumi Graverobber's ability to flip, but that won't mean much. He'll still be able to exile cards from graveyards and still will not be able to reanimate creatures. However, if he somehow becomes a copy of a flip creature like Student of Elements he'll already be the other side, Tobita, Master of Winds, and grant flying, because he flipped before becoming a copy.

JA14732 on This Deck Hates You

6 months ago

It's definitely a very good start. Cards to keep an eye out for:

Spirit of the Labyrinth. This is a must-have for hatebears decks. Halting your opponents from card advantaging you out is insane.

Vryn Wingmare/Thalia, Guardian of Thraben/Glowrider: Why not? Use your cheaper creatures to grind out your opponent. Also tax them for trying to stop you.

Aura of Silence: Again, tax your opponents. Also has an incredible rider on it.

Lodestone Golem: Big beater? Check. Taxes your opponent? Check.

Leonin Arbiter: Tax your opponents, yet again.

Rule of Law: Preventing combos, by the books. Curse of Exhaustion also works, but is single target.

Ethersworn Canonist: Like above, except also beats for 2. A great inclusion.

Hokori, Dust Drinker: Is it a Winter Orb that beats? Sure, why not.

Samurai of the Pale Curtain: While not as amazing as he used to be, still a beater that hurts graveyard based decks.

Dauntless Escort: Because who doesn't like a repeatable Archangel Avacyn  Flip? Bonus points for use with Karmic Guide + Reveillark .

Nezumi Graverobber: Okay, stealing creatures from yards, stripping them bare AND beating down? This guy just isn't fair. Also, Faerie Macabre does well, especially if you have to get something out of a yard.

Voidstone Gargoyle: At 5 mana, less important, but he can lock your opponents out of their commander. Or a board wipe. Or really anything.

Acidic Slime: Cheap, good, repeatable, also just generally good. Did I mention that he was good?

Eternal Witness: Semi-expensive rn, but if you have to get something back, accept NO substitutes.

Qasali Pridemage: Me-ow.

Vampire Hexmage: Opponent has an annoying 'walker? Got a Walking Ballista? Hangarback Walker? They playing Atraxa? Want something dead? Welcome our Hexmage overlords!

Phyrexian Revoker: Legacy staple, also beats for 2.

Dust Elemental: Save 3 dudes, get a beater. All-in-all, a win-win.

Hushwing Gryff: While it does turn off many cards, it also turns off your opponents. Use at your own risk.

Stonecloaker: Just do it.

Oblation: Just do it.

Soul Sculptor: 'Tis but a silly card, and one that really hurts some decks. Very, very badly.

Arena of the Ancients: Opponents relying on legendary creatures? Well fear not, because this turns them all off!

Most of these cards are sub-$2, but they may be somewhat hard to find. Keep an eye out, and your deck will quickly become terrifying.

Also, maybe 5-6 more lands?

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