Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Limited Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Highlander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Casual Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Battle for Zendikar (BFZ) Mythic Rare

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Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger

Legendary Creature — Eldrazi

When you cast Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger, exile two target permanents.

Indestructible

Whenever Ulamog, attacks, defending player exiles the top twenty cards of his or her library.

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Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger Discussion

Dwest_4 on *Budget* Blue Green Eldrazi

2 days ago

In modern and standard you should try keeping it as consistent as possible by have 4 or 3 of each card, exceptions include high cmc cards like Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger where you wouldnt want more than 2 of them in a deck, and if you arent too bound by budget, cards with tap effects are not that necessary such as Kozilek's Channeler as it is 2 colourless mana on turn 7 at earliest

waign on Budget Urza Tron - $90

4 days ago

I have an Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger lying around. What should I take out?

TheDevicer on Modern Azcanta Control

5 days ago

Torrential Gearulk's probably better in a UWR control list. It's not really great here but it's not bad either.

Tron's not a fast deck. Spreading seas their lands, hope they don't World Breaker or Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger your lands.

For infect, have path or chain interaction into verdict.

Ad nauseum is all countermagic.

lunarfault on Chainer Plunder the Grave

1 week ago

Thank you for your input. I actually was running Viscera Seer and Ashnod's Altar at one time. I updated the deck again because it didn't put Vesuva in there and I had already taken out Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger for razaketh, the foulblooded .

TheDuggernaught on Titans of the Multiverse 2.0

1 week ago

No Oblivion Stone? And as per the last post on your other deck, you do not need anything that gives trample. Emrakul, the Aeons Torn has flying, Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger puts your opponent on a clock even if it does not do damage, Kozilek, the Great Distortion has menace.both versions of Ulamog blow up potential blockers on cast. Karn Liberated, and Ugin, the Spirit Dragon can both blow away blockers. There should be no need to give creatures trample with how clean you can keep the board.

As far as cuts, I think it largely depends on how interactive you want the deck to be. I personally like decks that are highly interactive (I play a lot of midrange and control). As such, I would likely want to include 4x Thought-Knot Seer. This would then mean that I would want to run Firespout over Kozilek's Return as it does more damage, and I would not want the graveyard trigger on Kozilek's Return as it would then kill my Thought-Knot Seers. I would also want to run Kozilek, the Great Distortion. Modern has a lot of cards at the 1, 2, and 3 cmc slots. As such, I would look to have as many cards at those cmcs as I can. Therefore, I would probably want to make sure I am playing Prophetic Prism as the deck is otherwise a little light on 2 drops. I would also want to play Sundering Titans and World Breakers to also interact with my opponent's mana base. The down side to the overall list I just outlined is that there are some very common creatures in modern that have 5 toughness that Firespout might have a difficult time killing that Kozilek's Return might be more adept at.

But again, that is how I would want to design the deck. I would likely only include Kozilek, the Great Distortion, and World Breaker as my only Eldrazi. You seem to like your Eldrazi. This changes the deck a fair bit as you would not want to run Thought-Knot Seers so you could then instead run Kozilek's Return to generate as much value as possible from playing those big Eldrazi. In this case, I would likely cut 1x Ulamog, the Infinite Gyre, 1x Emrakul, the Promised End, 1x Kozilek, Butcher of Truth, 4x Relic of Progenitus, 3x Firespout, 1x Walking Ballista, 2x Thought-Knot Seer, 4x Prophetic Prism, 2x Sundering Titan, and maybe 1 Wurmcoil Engine. I would then add 1 more World Breaker and 2x Oblivion Stone.

TheDuggernaught on

1 week ago

Okay. tends to me the most aggressive Tron deck in that it typically runs more tutor and dig spells to reliably hit their tron lands on turn 3-4 to cast Karn Liberated. Most lists I see run 3-4x Karn Liberated, and 1-2 Ugin, the Spirit Dragon. All the lists I saw ran 4x Ancient Stirrings, 4x Chromatic Star, 4x Chromatic Sphere, and 4x Expedition Map. In addition, all but 1 list ran 4x Sylvan Scrying, and 1 list also ran 4x Prophetic Prism. Another list yet ran 4x Relic of Progenitus. Land totals seemed to vary between 18 and 21. the land of choice was typically Grove of the Burnwillows or some Karplusan Forests. These lands are especially good if you want to run any number of Sundering Titan. For control, every list ran at 3-4x Oblivion Stone. In addition, most lists then ran either 3x Kozilek's Return or Firespout. For creatures, I saw a lot of Wurmcoil Engine, Worldbreaker, Walking Ballista, and Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger. Although, you can honestly run pretty much any Eldrazi titan. I personally really like Kozilek, the Great Distortion in Tron as it gives the deck access counter spells -- something that otherwise does not have. It also refills your hand -- which is almost never a bad thing. I did also see 1 list with Thought-Knot Seer, which might not be a bad include as it gives you the ability to take a peek at your opponent's hand. It also survives all the board wipes except for graveyard trigger on Kozilek's Return.

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