Shared Animosity

Shared Animosity


Whenever a creature you control attacks, it gets +1/+0 until end of turn for each other attacking creature that shares a creature type with it.

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Set Rarity
Explorers of Ixalan (EO2) None
Morningtide (MOR) Rare

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Pioneer Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Shared Animosity occurrence in decks from the last year

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.02%

Red: 0.21%

Shared Animosity Discussion


11 hours ago

For some reason, I thought I read "except by" in there. Nevermind that one about Castigator. Well the deck is really good as it is, but if reducing it makes it better, go for it.

What do you think about Pack's Disdain, Thorntooth Witch, and Shared Animosity?

Yotian_Soldier on 75% Tajic - Boros Soldier Tribal

1 day ago

C20 review:

Shared Animosity: a great re-print as the card is getting scare and pricey due the low print run of Morningtide. Compliment our all-in aggro strategy. Most likely to replace Radiant Destiny; trading vigilance for an absurd damage is worth it.

Flawless Maneuver: provides board wipes protection for our creatures baring exile effects. Ensuring our strong board position.

Trynn, Champion of Freedom: creature type is soldier - check; rewards us for being aggressive by making a another soldier token at end of our turn - check.

Fireflux Squad: compliment both our token and aggro strategies by getting a creature from our library unto the battlefield AND attacking.

Call the Coppercoats: if we are lagging behind on creature density this can even out or enable a strong board position out of nowhere and if we are leading this can make our board amass critical number mostly likely set up for the win on our turn.

multimedia on Edgar markov Drain and Gain

1 week ago

Hey, if you want to play aggro with Edgar then I don't think a 10 mana combo, Exquiste + Bond is what you want. Exquiste + Bond goes with a midrange strategy with life gain, not aggro. 24 cards with 4 CMC or higher is a lot for aggro. With this many you risk having too many of them in your opening hand rather than low CMC Vamps.

For aggro consider cutting many four/five drops to decrease the avg. CMC? Patriarch's Bidding and Coat of Arms are five drops to keep because one helps you recover if aggro doesn't work out and the other pushes your Vamp army over the top. Sanctum Seeker, Purphoros, God of the Forge and Bloodline Keeper  Flip are the four drops worth keeping with aggro. In the place of other high CMC cards add more low CMC Vamps/cards especially one drops.

My advice for aggro with Edgar is take more advantage of eminence and going wide with Vamps and Vamp tokens. Lots more one and two drop Vamps. Edgar is really the only high CMC threat you need with aggro. Instead of playing lots of other high CMC cards play Vamps who can be mana sinks. Knight of the Ebon Legion, Guul Draz Assassin and Mirror Entity is a Vamp and it's a way to use lots of mana if you have it to pump your entire army. Sorin, Imperious Bloodlord and Shared Animosity are good repeatable effects with an aggro/go wide strategy.

I offer more advice, good luck with your deck.

Spell_Slam on Great depression

1 week ago

Chandra, Flamecaller is excellent in this deck. It is a board wipe, a wheel and occasionally free damage.

Shared Animosity is so good with Locusts. It's usually game over for the whole table when you wheel into it.

Spellbook is not worth running, in my opinion. If you want no max hand size cards, look at Library of Leng, Thought Vessel, or maybe Venser's Journal.

If your friends don't mind you being a little mean, you could play Opposition. You can use your tokens to tap people down during their upkeep and they won't be playing any magic.

Merfolk Looter seems a bit weak for the deck. Invisibility also seems a bit strange. You don't seem like a Voltron deck necessarily. In any case, something like Trailblazer's Boots can give you the effect you need without being a fragile Aura. there are much better counters than Cancel. I like Forbid.

junkyxicht on Daddy's Underworld: Awakening

2 weeks ago

I would replace Cathars' Crusade or Vanquisher's Banner with Coat of Arms. It gets you value immediately and don't have to combo with Elenda. If Coat of Arms hits the table, its pretty much GG.

But maybe its just my deck that work better with Coat of Arms. I have a lot more low CMC vamps and more ramp. The time i could cast stuff like Cathars' Crusade i already want to have 8+ vamps on the board and win with Coat of Arms or Shared Animosity.

cPute on Vampire Deck

4 weeks ago

I used to play upgraded Vampiric Bloodlust a lot. You need either a lot of cheap vampires (1 and 2 CMC) + some card draw and play as much vampires as fast as possible, or a lot of recursion, since there usually is a lot of wraths. I recommend these cards (I consider them to be Edgar staples):

  • Dusk / Dawn - serves as wrath & recursion
  • Reconnaissance - gives vigilance to any (your) creature you want & helps in combat (you may withdraw your creatures from combat) (read errata, because the card now works differently from the original text)
  • Shared Animosity - the best anthem for vampires! if you have a lot of cheap vampires on the battlefield, this enchantment wins the game!
  • Etchings of the Chosen - anthem & protection for your important vampires
  • Anguished Unmaking - I know it's about 5 USD, but it's completely worth it, my favourite removal/wrath
  • Wear / Tear - great art. & ench. removal
  • New Blood - must have in vampire deck
  • Skullclamp - the best card draw for your deck!

Latest version of my Edgar Markov deck - Vampires 2020.

Last_Laugh on My Markov

1 month ago

Sorry if these are a bit out of budget... they're all in the $3-$5 range (or less) but are very impactful.

Good Vamps: Cordial Vampire and Indulgent Aristocrat.

Finishers- Shared Animosity, Mirror Entity, and Reconnaissance. Reconnaissance allows you to attack with EVERY creature safely, deal combat damage in most situations, and have every one of those creatures untapped and ready to block by the end of combat. Untaps to avoid bad blocks (only situation you don't deal combat damage), it untaps after first strike but before normal combat damage is dealt, and it even untaps after normal combat damage is dealt due to the creature being an 'attacking' creature until the end of combat step ends (you untap in the middle of this step).

Spell_Slam on Locust Swarm

1 month ago

Teferi's Puzzle Box is an excellent way to get tons of triggers with your Commander. Bonus synergy with Narset in your deck.

Shared Animosity is one of the best ways to end the game immediately with your insects. playing it before or after a wheel is usually enough to kill one or two players at the table.

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