Stromkirk Noble

Legality

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

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Set Rarity
Innistrad (ISD) Rare

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Stromkirk Noble

Creature — Vampire

Stromkirk Noble can't be blocked by Humans.

Whenever Stromkirk Noble deals combat damage to a player, put a +1/+1 counter on it.

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Stromkirk Noble Discussion

hungry000 on Decks for new players

5 days ago

Alright, I finished a few decks over the last couple hours or so.

Humans: $15 Humans (Elite Inquisitors are for some spicy Vampire/Werewolf/Zombie hate)

Vampires: $15 Madness Vampires (Stromkirk Noble in place of Vampire Lacerator/Indulgent Aristocrat can be cool against the humans deck)

Here's a bonus Kor equipment deck I made for fun a while ago but never posted on tappedout: $15 Kor Equipment

I tried to make a decent zombies deck that fit within the budget but it's such a popular tribe that all the semi-good cards are over $1 each, which made it nigh impossible to make something good. If you're fine with pauper decks though, here's a zombie deck I made in that format: Suicide is occasionally the answer. It's like 10 bucks without the sideboard and can hold up pretty well against other non-competitive modern decks (and is really fun in multiplayer with Shepherd of Rot heheh).

If you don't mind using non-pauper legal cards, I suggest you make these edits:

The last two add $8ish to the price tag but with them the deck becomes more competitive and easier to play. That said, managing your life total is pretty fun if you enjoy a challenge, and chaining together Maggot Carriers with Ghoulcaller's Chant to hit the opponent for the last few points of damage is pretty satisfying. Do what you want with it.

SamsWrath on Papa Markov (Budget)

1 week ago

The most brutal way to build a Markov deck is to abuse his Eminence ability by playing as many low-cmc Vampires as possible. If you couple that with mana rocks and some Ramp you can drop a handful of 1cmc Vampires each turn and get free triggers for even more Vampires from Markov! This will also allow you to cut your lands down to around 30.

Here are some low-cmc Vampires to consider:

Ramp:

Mana Rocks:

You can also try throwing in these HUGE buff effects for your Vampires:

ZendikariWol on The Vengeful Golem

1 month ago

My suggestions for cuts are plentiful. However, Kresh the Bloodbraided comes to mind immediately. Reyhan, Last of the Abzan would be good, Ob Nixilis, the Fallen is great, Rockslide Elemental is similar to Kresh, Taurean Mauler is another Managorger, and Yahenni, Undying Partisan and Malakir Cullblade, with even more similarities to Kresh, may fit well with your flavor. Curse of Stalked Prey could help, alongside Curse of Predation, some mana rocks would do you good, Apocalypse Hydra, and many other hydras would be decent finishers, Kalonian Hydra takes the cake though. Armorcraft Judge is nice, along with Inspiring Call, Pelt Collector and Experiment One, Champion of Lambholt, maybe Heroes' Bane, Ravenous Slime, Rubblebelt Raiders, Deus of Calamity, Scute Mob, Sporeback Troll, Tuskguard Captain, Vinelasher Kudzu, Soul's Majesty, Falkenrath Exterminator, and Stromkirk Noble?

So that's a few suggestions. Want me to propose cuts as well?

edengstrom1 on Vampire Madness

3 months ago

@SinBlade Thanks for the feedback!

I have been thinking about replacing Insolent Neonate with Stromkirk Noble too!

I mostly just use this deck for casual play with friends, but I might throw together a sideboard in the future.

mistarilledawn on Bloody Vampiric Aggression

3 months ago

YamishiTheWickedOne I really like the Zealots, gets you instant card draw and a body; however I do think you're right with Asylum Visitor, I should give her another shot.

I think I want to lean more heavily on the midrange/control aspect, but it's been difficult to find the balance between the two. I feel full aggro might suit vampires better, with playsets of Bloodghast, Vampire Lacerator, Stromkirk Noble, and powerful lords; however, I don't find that as fun to play as building a board state, controling theirs, and then gambling on topdecking something black with Nocturnus. That way, though, can fall apart quickly and is broken down by any removal. But as I said, finding the middle point there has been tricky - for me, at least.

SinBlade on Vampire Madness

3 months ago

Stromkirk Noble is a very good, early aggro card. Bloodcrazed Neonate works too. But can falter sometimes.

If you want a sideboard. Shadow Alley Denizen is very nice! (Or maybe Quag Vampires, but that's more situational)

Edzew on From dusk till dawn - Orzhov vampires

4 months ago

well Captivating Vampire you use for his main ability giving your critters the +1 +1, the second one is just a bonus if you get to use it, same with the Indulgent Aristocrat

if you splash red... there are some good red cards you could add that could help as well... like Curse of Stalked Prey will sorta do the job of Necropolis Regent for cheaper.

Stromkirk Noble is a really good one drop red vamp as well.

i use Gatherer to find all kinds of cards, i use its advanced search feature, you can set all kinds of filters to search for just what you need/want.

http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Search/Default.aspx?sort=cmc+&output=spoiler&method=visual&action=advanced&format=%20[%22Modern%22]&type=%20[%22Creature%22]&subtype=%20[%22Vampire%22]

for some reason i cant get it to make the above into a link, but i recommend using that site for finding all kinds of things, it is very useful

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