Sepulchral Primordial

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

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Set Rarity
Gatecrash (GTC) Rare

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Sepulchral Primordial

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Intimidate When Sepulchral Primordial enters the battlefield, for each opponent, you may put up to one target creature card from that player's graveyard onto the battlefield under your control.

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Sepulchral Primordial Discussion

Darkshadow327 on Sphinx-Zombie-Wizard Tribal - Yennett

1 day ago

On another note I just noticed Sepulchral Primordial, musta misted it (oops :P).

Also, I hope I didn't go overboard.

Darkshadow327 on Sphinx-Zombie-Wizard Tribal - Yennett

1 day ago

If you want to get cards you want to pull off the Arcane Adaptation + Rooftop Storm combo then I suggest tutors. Some noteworthy ones are Enlightened Tutor, Vampiric Tutor (I know it's expensive, but if you are able to get one it would be good), Demonic Tutor, Diabolic Tutor, and Rune-Scarred Demon are ones I can think of off the top of my head.

Only one Counterspell?! You should be ashamed. Some of my favorites I have found are Insidious Will, Disallow, Desertion (kinda fits the "steal" theme), Render Silent, and Mana Drain (if you are willing to pay for it).

You could also take advantage of the graveyard with The Scarab God, Geth, Lord of the Vault, Debtors' Knell, Rise of the Dark Realms, Thrilling Encore, Sepulchral Primordial, and Diluvian Primordial.

I know a lot of these are expensive, but I went with themes I was seeing are cards I think should be in here. Also, most of these are odd cmc so they can be cast off of Yennett, which is a plus.

Darkshadow327 on God's Plan... To Mill

1 week ago

Tormod's Crypt, Bojuka Bog and Leyline of the Void help if your opponent is running a graveyard strategy.

The Scarab God Liliana Vess, Geth, Lord of the Vault, and Wrexial, the Risen Deep can take advantage of milling opponents (also Diluvian Primordial and Sepulchral Primordial).

Hedron Crab, and Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger are good mill creatures. Startled Awake  Flip is a decent mill card if you can keep bringing it back. Siren of the Silent Song is good too, a discard and straight mill can hurt.

Jace's Erasure and Psychic Corrosion punish whenever you draw a card (they pair nicely w/ Patient Rebuilding. Then Memory Erosion just punishes your opponents whenever they try to do something.

Perplex is a decent Counterspell, or a mill card. Mind Sculpt is just amazing! Increasing Confusion is decent as well. Psychic Spiral brings back all those mill cards, while milling your opponents in the process! Patient Rebuilding is recurrent mill, while also moving you forward.

Hope I was of some help! (And that I didn't go too overboard).

t3hdarkness on Aminatou, The Swiss Army Knife

2 weeks ago

If you're looking for cards to cut and replace, Vindicate is probably worse than Anguished Unmaking unless you see a lot of problematic lands like Homeward Path in your meta. Instants are less important than permanents in a flicker deck Esper Charm and Predict especially seem a little underwhelming. I don't think Dictate of Erebos is very good without a sac outlet either. I also don't think you'll have enough white mana sources early on to use Knight of the White Orchid. Maybe replace it with a colorless tutor like Pilgrim's Eye or Thaumatic Compass  Flip.

With Aminatou's -1, you can probably get a lot of work out of Aligned Hedron Network Especially if you can use it to get more triggers off of Sepulchral Primordial and Torrential Gearhulk than just flickering them individually. Even better, if you want to add Conjurer's Closet or Rings of Brighthearth (or just use Oath of Teferi you already have) you can have Aligned Hedron Network lock all the big guys and Lavinia of the Tenth detain all the smaller ones every turn.

Bababad on Aminatou, the FlickerControl Heir Apparent

2 weeks ago

Thanks for the reference material.

I do like the interactions with Puca's Mischief and Act of Authority though, so ill find the space for em.

The main win cons in the current build are:

Entreat the Angels/ Entreat the Dead because I can ensure they miracle (and cast it more than once a game)

Flickering Iona, Shield of Emeria or Sepulchral Primordial enough to gain presence or shut down my opposition

Going absolutely ham with Brago, King Eternal or The Scarab God abuse with protection

Or just stealing a good board state after resolving Ixidron and ulting animatou (then flickering their really good pieces at my leisure with Deadeye Navigator or Conjurer's Closet).

There are plenty of wipes and removal avenues to ensure I can keep the tempo of the board under control and edge out victory if I keep top decking relevant plays.

My primary deck is Kruphix, God of Horizons control, so this deck is a smattering of ideas that should do well in my aggressively anti combo meta and hopefully won't run a ton of the same cards I do in my main deck. I care more about interactions and "play" than linear strategies in my control builds, since I generally play in a 15ish person meta of very active brewers who can smell combo setups a mile away.

Shinwizzles on Marchesa, the Black Rose EDH: Steal Yo Gurl!

1 month ago

LeeRoy_Jenkiins, ha! It's funny, Puppeteer Clique was one of the cards that I originally cut from the Inalla, Archmage Ritualist that turned into this current deck. I think, if I'm going to put one of the two in there, it'll most likely be Sepulchral Primordial, since he spreads the love, even if he is slightly more expensive than the Puppeteer Clique.

Thanks for the suggestion!

Shinwizzles on Marchesa, the Black Rose EDH: Steal Yo Gurl!

1 month ago

LeeRoy_Jenkiins, I particularly like Altar of Dementia because it thins out my opponents' decks while also potentially depriving them of valuable cards. I don't think I'd ever use Spawning Pit's second ability to make creatures. Having to pay one mana, as well as having to remove two charge counters seems like it might be a little more difficult to get up and running than simply sacrificing a creature to mill an opponent a few cards.

I've been waffling over Sepulchral Primordial for a while now. I'm not too crazy about the mana cost, but I certainly do like that he hits each opponent's yard. I think you make a good point about including him if I keep Altar of Dementia in the deck.

Thanks for the suggestions!

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