Stromkirk Captain

Legality

Format Legality
Noble Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Dark Ascension Uncommon

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Stromkirk Captain

Creature — Vampire Soldier

Other Vampire creatures you control get +1/+1 and have first strike.

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Stromkirk Captain Discussion

IRNMN on RBw Vampires

6 days ago

Love it, upvoted! Have you tested running Vampire Lacerator in place of Vampire Cutthroat? Having a slightly bigger 1 drop gives you better tempo and clock, and Lacerator is significantly better with the first strike given by Stromkirk Captain. Just a thought

ridley.s on Silver Mandible

4 weeks ago

You should still run Kalastria Highborn. In my vampire deck (http://http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/ridleys-br-competitive-aggro-vampires/) I liked red, black vampires for Stromkirk Captain and i prefer not playing one drops unless they are super beneficial. Blade of the Bloodchief is nice

billium813 on Degree of Madness

1 month ago

I think Combustible Gearhulk and Chandra Ablaze don't really fit here. Key to the City would help with madness effects.

Is there a reason you would like to be in modern? If you want to use modern cards Olivia Voldaren, Stromkirk Captain, & Vampire Nighthawk should do nicely.

Heir of Falkenrath  Flip would fit well into your curve. I like Skysovereign, Consul Flagship as your top end threat. Maybe go down the Lightning Strikes for Lightning Bolts? Drana, Liberator of Malakir bumps up your smaller creatures.

LucasBenevenuto on Vampire (Monoblack)

1 month ago

PickleNutz Nice! I've actually used all of these cards on a previous version I tried to build for this deck, except for Olivia Voldaren, but was never quite sure if using two colors would be clunky on this build. But now that I think of it, maybe that was due to Vampire Nocturnus, which I used to run on the deck and would kinda lose much of its purpose with the red cards. I think it would be interesting to try a different kind of B/R build now, cause I've actually always been really fond of Stromkirk Captain, and Havengul Vampire can get pretty buff like you said. Thanks!

PickleNutz on Vampire (Monoblack)

1 month ago

Splashing Red could really help pump up this deck. Olivia Voldaren, Stromkirk Noble, Stromkirk Captain, Terminate, and Dreadbore become options then. The Red based vampires work well with Blade of the Bloodchief because they constantly grow, one that works the best is Havengul Vampire.

YamishiTheWickedOne on THIS IS MADNESS! - Drink With Moderation

1 month ago

You're probably on the right track replacing those. They look really nice on paper but the mana is a little steep, and mana's at such a premium in this deck. I mean key is really nice, but the Pariahs are just too slow and you already have ample creature hate. I feel like Pariah is more of an eternal format card where you have access to a ton of ways to get her out fast and spam out tokens or Bloodghasts. 3 mana for madness in standard is a little steep, whereas the modern variant drops madness Stromkirk Captains like it's nothing.

ghoul_Legion on THIS IS MADNESS! - Drink With Moderation

1 month ago

Filipp_bor

Liliana, Heretical Healer  Flip instead of Key to the City. (of the veil if you are open budget)

Vampire Nocturnus x2 instead of Voldaren Pariah

Stromkirk Captain instead of Furyblade Vampire

Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth / Cavern of Souls / Collective Brutality / Vampire Nighthawk Gatekeeper of Malakir are also great.

Vampires were never really big in modern and truth be told, you are better off with a vampire deck without the madness. It's much easier to play and much more efficient. It always feel like they are scared to print good madness cards because of instant cast speed.

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