Target creature gets -1/-1 until end of turn.
Morbid That creature gets -13/-13 until end of turn instead if a creature died this turn.
|Have (31)||FALLEN-X-ANGEL , GureiSeion , almerican , nemesis101 , Valentine35 , Didgeridooda , canterlotguardian , XxCataclysmiCxX , ewills5089 , K8ARO , ryuzaki32667 , rache , Gameover209X , zachi , lucyfarrell , bloodrayne03 , Shablagoo , Comicalflop , GrandeKhan , Timocalypse , Braxlyon , Raistlin911822 , jaredscottwilson , APPLE01DOJ , agtbubblez74 , twospires , Metia , keenanboianghu , Sauron_ , HavokX , xzavierx|
|Want (2)||Timocalypse , -Logician|
haha nice! yeah got that comment just now and put them in with 1 Hero of Bladehold
Exquisite Blood and Sanguine Bond isnt a combo i nessecarily need to pull off in order to get some nice results out of them. what do you think of 1 instead of 2 of each. and get rid of Beacon of Immortality instead? i replaced Tragic Slip with Path to Exile even though its so expencive : P
what do you think? my mana curve improved a lot :P
BrandonJamesCAC: Thanks for the upvote, dude! Go for the Throat is an extremely solid removal spell, there's absolutely no question about it. The reasons I chose to run Victim of Night , Urge to Feed , and Feast of Blood are that they're flavorful here and two of them have solid synergy with Vampires. I think Victim of Night is actually a bit more useful for mono-black in Modern simply because of the relative abundance of artifact creatures (Affinity and other builds) compared to Vampires, Zombies, and Werewolves. Now, as far as the sideboard goes, GftT could easily have a spot. Right now I'm running a couple of one-drops -- Tragic Slip and Disfigure . Might it be better for me to simply axe both for a full playset of Go for the Throat on the side?
|Avg. draft pick||2.68|
|Avg. cube pick||6.74|
|Commander / EDH||Legal|