Null Profusion

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Format Legality
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Planar Chaos (PLC) Rare

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Null Profusion

Enchantment

Skip your draw step.

Whenever you play a card, draw a card.

Your maximum hand size is two.

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Null Profusion Discussion

Monti_Jones on Balthor's Demonic Cult

1 week ago

bradtheimpaler13 Glad you like deck! As stated in the description I tried Sidisi before I settled with Balthor and the deck almost devolved into a one trick pony. If the Stone resolves all is fine and you win most likely, if not you are in big trouble. Balthor on the other hand is a more well-rounded aproach that performes better at almost all stages of the game.

Null Profusion is a power house of a card draw engine and is only beaten by the absurdity that comes with Necropotence or Skullclamp. It can potentially be tricky to play around it. Drawing only lands means your kind of stuck for the turn, while drawing only expensive spells could lock you out of the game completely. In reality though you cast it, dump your hand end of turn keeping only a land and an Apostle and start chaining Apostles the following turn. Any additional card draw balances out all the negatives with ease and the reduced hand size almost becomes a bonus. I was never dissapointed when I managed go get it stick.

bradtheimpaler13 on Balthor's Demonic Cult

1 week ago

How has Null Profusion been performing if you dont mind me asking?

Xica on Advertise your MODERN deck!

2 months ago

stensiagamekeeper

If you want consistency, you will need card filtering, which means either going for blue cantrips like Serum Visions, Sleight of Hand ...etc. or for red looting effects like Faithless Looting.

If you want to abuse black "you lose the game" enchantments, i think it would be better to play white flicker effects. If you run Ad Nauseam, then (despite neither of us liking it), Lightning Storm is miles ahead of Zombie Infestation. What i am trying to say is that these two plans are not necessarily best suited to be played in the same deck. (there are more very painful, black enchantments to be abused, beside Demonic Pact, like Bitterblossom, Phyrexian Etchings ...etc. - or even Null Profusion for the completely mental players)

Like the previous poster mentioned Death's Shadow is a card that has great potential for builds like this, and i would add, that cards like Fling & Rite of Consumption are madly strong with it.
They often mean game if the opponent tries to race you, as they can act as walls, or just go to face if painful manabases, or bob put them in range of the 13 dmg bolt.




DangoDaikazoku

For some reason - probably thanks to lorwyn block art - i have a very visceral disgust of merfolk (which got reduced a lot in ixalan)...

If you are thinking about playing red, then pairing up Spreading Seas with Blood Moon seems like a strategy that in itself is often enough to win, not to mention, that you would get access to one of if not the best merfolk of all time Jori En, Ruin Diver, which can be pretty crazy, but you would likely have to give up the vial plan, in favour of cantrips, and cheap stuff in general. (+ Lightning Bolt aka. shit removal spell, that has a great failure mode, going to the face)

Imho, i don't think green merfolk is anything special, it trades if vulnerability to Choke, for being hit by Blood Moon, and the green creatures it gains are often not helping the "play all the lords & islandwalk for the win" strategy that the deck want to play, not to tmenion that playing Phantasmal Image as the X-th lord offers the option to copy value cards that are run by goodstuff decks (Dark Confidant for example).

Beside the general black packages, like targeted discard, draw for life, and destroy effect, there is not much reason to go black - Sygg, River Cutthroat exists, but he is more of a rogue tribal card, a merfolk.


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I am looking for criticism of my deck (that goes beyond, stating the obvious difference from the standard RB hollow one lists), i would be even more happy if i could be hit by constructive ciritcism, and suggestions, but i will be happy with what i can get
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Scion_of_Darkness on Zombie U/B

2 months ago

Null Profusion has interesting interactions with Rooftop Storm. Also, Cloudstone Curio.

Here's my take on it.

kamelyan on Neheb the Worthy, Minotaur tribal

4 months ago

How about Null Profusion? Once you've dumped your hand, this enchantment will allow you to keep playing.

spacemunky on Bontu, the Mortified

4 months ago

Looks cool, definitely a step up from my Bontu deck. I like that you also included Null Profusion, one of my favorite black enchantments because it doesn't hose your own graveyard like Necropotence does.

TubbyWanKenobi on

4 months ago

I'm thinking Recycle and Null Profusion could be fun in this deck. The reduced hand size isn't really a problem here.

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