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As an additional cost to play Scarscale Ritual, put a -1/-1 counter on a creature you control.
Draw two cards.
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Scarscale Ritual Discussion
4 hours ago
Maybe add a couple Swan Song in the side.
Scarscale Ritual in the side could possibly help with draw.
Flesh / Blood could be an alternate wincon in the side
3 weeks ago
1 month ago
Kheru Dreadmaw seems pretty over-costed and bad, I would replace them with more Ammit Eternals. With very little graveyard interaction, Oath of Nissa is probably better than Grapple with the Past here, especially since you've got so few things to do on turn 1. Also, Scarscale Ritual might be better than Read the Bones in this deck.
3 months ago
hey, nice deck, love undying makes me feel so alive :D made similar deck, but to end the game I'm trying to cast kind of combo Killing Wave + Blood Artist as all me creatures will be back. just leaving one B to remove the +1/+1 with Retribution. I would suggest Scarscale Ritual, "heels" undying creatures and draws 2 cards. Butcher Ghoul is undying zombie. And with that amount of sacrifice you could replace Bone Splinter with Tragic Slip - goes around indestructible as well.
4 months ago
I could see dropping the three more underwhelming storm cards, and the (correct me if im wrong) seemingly pointless flicker effects for better cantrips/counter producers/permanents that counter.
4 months ago
Looking through your deck here are some cards I would recommend:
Deck looks good! The only thing I can say about it without having playtested it yet is that it looks like it will have some problems with flying commanders, mainly Spellheart Chimera and Enigma Drake. They can end games pretty quickly with hard control and flying.
5 months ago
6 months ago
A lot of the creatures with Wither can also be useful. Boggart Ram-Gang comes to mind.
The same goes for Infect. Glistener Elf, Phyrexian Vatmother, Ichorclaw Myr, Inkmoth Nexus, Phyrexian Crusader, Flensermite, and Phyrexian Hydra are probably the ones on-curve. I'd be wary of Infect, though, because it means you're trying to win via both poison counters and regular damage. You could also fall into the trap of being just a really bad Infect deck. Glistening Oil might offset this to some degree, but it's not very good on its own compared to just jamming in more creatures.