Ulamog's Nullifier


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Limited Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Highlander Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Custom Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Battle for Zendikar (BFZ) Uncommon

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Ulamog's Nullifier

Creature — Eldrazi Processor

Devoid (This card has no color.)



When Ulamog's Nullifier enters the battlefield, you may put two cards your opponents own from exile into their owners' graveyards. If you do, counter target spell.

Ulamog's Nullifier Discussion

fg_cutts on Death to Gatewatch

6 months ago

If you want to last long enough to cast your big baddies, I'd recommend going a more control route with this deck. I've built a modern model in esper that's pretty consistent. I'd recommend cards like Wasteland Strangler , Ulamog's Nullifier , and Transgress the Mind or Inquisition of Kozilek that latter doesn't exile, but it's a turn one drop. If you put in a playset of each (choosing one of the hand hate cards), you can get rid of most of your two-drop creatures for more consistent play. Also, Ashiok, Nightmare Weaver is the perfect eldrazi exile companion.

Apocate on It Came From Beyond

1 year ago

Tasigur is fine, he's just not as big a body as Gurmag Angler. There's no specific reason against it, he's undoubted value, but given the nature of our graveyard there are frequently going to be things in it we don't need or want to stay there (so we can cast the Ruinator) and it gives the opponent a bit too much control, feel free to try it out, but I'm not certain of it's value.

The no group: Commandeer is definitely too much jank, the Corpse Connoisseur is a touch expensive and unnecessary even unearthing him, and I think you know why Mass Polymorph doesn't go in the deck. lol

The maybe group: Corpseweft is beautiful jank, worth a try, but it may be too jank. The deck is already running about as many creatures and as few lands as I could reasonably get it, and it's frequently not guaranteed to be able to cast the Ruinator turn 3 so I don't think going down lands, control, or creatures for it is a good idea. Crypt Incursion is too mana expensive as graveyard hate for the opponent, too indiscriminate for self graveyard hate, and really only relevant in a few matchups for life gain. However it might work out in the sideboard. Forbidden Alchemy really good, but I think it's too mana expensive, I'd rather run Opt, Nagging Thoughts or Plunge into Darkness... Which I might look into. All of these are viable for a more budget build of the deck for certain, along with Halimar Depths and Mortuary Mire.

The Yes group: Extirpate/Surgical Extraction are obvious includes that I totally missed maindeck and might fit in somehow, maybe going down the Fatal Push and the Nihil Spellbomb for a pair of either. Logic Knot if you're building this deck and you're smart, that card goes over Ulamog's Nullifier in the sideboard. I'm not smart, so I'm going to do some soul serching.

Boza on Sultai New Eldrazi(+) - Exile all their stuff

1 year ago

The deck has way too few copies of some cards. You have literally 0 ways to use the ingested cards. Maybe run some processors like Ulamog's Nullifier or Wasteland Strangler to make use of the exiled cards?

Argy on Brawling Eldrazi [Frontier Brawl]

1 year ago

Snivy__ I can't stretch this to a third colour for two reasons:

  1. I'm having a hard enough time trimming this down to 60 cards with just two colours.

  2. This is actually already a three "colour" deck, as a lot of the cards need to activate their abilities.

hardhitta71194 unfortunately Ulamog's Nullifier hasn't made the cut, for now.

60 cards is tough. Lot of stuff I wanted had to go.

RIP Eldrazi. Or as my friend says, Elderazi. He actually thinks that's how you say it.

ClockworkSwordfish on The Scarab God, Grave Defiler

1 year ago

If you've got the Scarab God eating guys out of graveyards, why not a couple eldrazi to put them back? Blight Herder, Ulamog's Nullifier, Ulamog's Reclaimer and Wasteland Strangler all have useful abilities and let you reanimate an opponent's creature a second time.

DarkHamlet on Why the What? HELP ME

1 year ago

Pls use this: Ulamog's Nullifier

And an a shell based in discard.

nyctophasm on Assassins

1 year ago

Well, unfortunately, Scalpelexis is exile, not mill, so that wouldn't help too much. Honestly, I really don't know if the mill is that strong, but I admit, I really like the look of the card Guiltfeeder. But under all circumstances, I should find room for Ulamog's Nullifier, that just looks amazing. And I have an Oblivion Sower already, so perhaps I could just slot it over. I really like the look of your deck elgosu1337, it's just that I don't have the capacity to spend on that many good cards. A real pity. I like eldrazi a lot, when they're mine, and having ninja shenanigans to go with them is really cool.

elgosu1337 on Assassins

1 year ago

Is the mill from Mirko Vosk, Mind Drinker and Scalpelexis strong enough? Guiltfeeder and Graveblade Marauder could be really strong if so.

If you're exiling that many cards, Ulamog's Nullifier, Wasteland Strangler, and Oblivion Sower become really useful, and they benefit from Vela's intimidate as well. I made a Vela deck featuring those Eldrazi cards along with ninjas to bounce and replay them, so you can take a look at the synergies.

Eldrazi Ninja Scroll

Commander / EDH elgosu1337


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