Rite of Consumption


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

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Set Rarity
Shadowmoor (SHM) Common

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Rite of Consumption


As an additional cost to play Rite of Consumption, sacrifice a creature.

Rite of Consumption deals damage equal to the sacrificed creature's power to target player. You gain life equal to the damage dealt this way.

Rite of Consumption Discussion

xSindrix on Skullbanging

1 week ago

I like. Few suggestions for ya. Dying Wish and Rite of Consumption let you throw Skullbriar at people.

Forge of Heroes , Guildmages' Forum and Oran-Rief, the Vastwood would give you more lands that add counters to Skullbriar. Karn's Bastion adds more counters assuming he already has at least one.

With Phyresis already in the deck, you might also consider Glistening Oil . Skullbriar's ability won't keep the -1/-1 counters and unlike Phyresis, Glistening Oil can be reused. Rancor would also give you reusable trample.

Forced Adaptation , Ring of Xathrid and Armory of Iroas other potential low-cost +1/+1 counter generators.

Hope you find something you can use in all that text. :)

xSindrix on Skullbriar Smack! (voltron)

1 week ago

Rite of Consumption and Dying Wish give you alternate win conditions with Skullbriar. The aura can also deter a lot of removal. Difficult to destroy Skullbriar if you're going to die for it.

eyes2sky on Cleric Pauper

2 months ago

Pauper clerics...so many ways to go with this build. I really like that you went with a high creature count and the addition of zombies and rebels is cool to. I think you might want a full playset of some of the key pieces especially Suture Priest . I think 4x Harsh Sustenance over Rite of Consumption is a better choice here due to that high creature count which also means Soul Warden should be here as well. Some draw would be good also...something like Night's Whisper ?

PlatinumOne on Turbo Thopter Depths

2 months ago

until you're more familiar with the competitive formats, i'd probably just label decks as "casual" when choosing the format.

firstly, you want to maximize your chances of drawing or searching your Dark Depths and Vampire Hexmage . max out your Sylvan Scrying , and add Expedition Map . the only thing i can think of that would reliably tutor out the hexmage is Muddle the Mixture , but at least it also helps protect you while you assemble the combo. "cantrips" such as Opt and Serum Visions also speed you towards your combos.

i'd also recommend more dual lands, mainly fetch lands like Polluted Delta and shock lands like Overgrown Tomb .

Not of This World will be really hard to cast unless an opponent is targeting your Marit Lage token, but other counterspells like Counterspell and Mana Leak are always useful. other options in your colors for controlling an opponent (to protect yourself and your combo) include Thoughtseize and Inquisition of Kozilek to pick off any removal spells that can get around Indestructible, and Abrupt Decay or Assassin's Trophy to remove almost any problem permanent an opponent may have already resolved.

since Essence Harvest and Rite of Consumption are sorceries, they can't be used in response to an opponents removal (such as a Path to Exile , which gets around "indestructible"). a Marit Lage token can generally just win by attacking anyway.

VeloCity_isnt_DT on Sandstorm: A New Tier 1 Possibility

3 months ago

I'd say that Ragged Veins has a home here, as it means that you don't care if your super-buffed Immolating Souleater is blocked; just flash it in on the blocker before damage is dealt!

On this line of thought, I agree with Echemon on the Rite of Consumption .

Really cool deck though, I'd love to see it do well.

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