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Enchantment — Aura
At the beginning of the upkeep of enchanted creature's controller, Unnatural Hunger deals damage to that player equal to that creature's power unless he or she sacrifices another creature.
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Unnatural Hunger Discussion
4 months ago
carpecanum on Xan V2
4 months ago
Blessing of Leeches could be another "protect Xan spell
Undying Evil can protect her, buff her and give you the option to change target players when she re-enters the battlefield
Unnatural Hunger is just funny
5 months ago
6 months ago
I personally don't like too many one an done effects. Rakdos colors have a lot of trouble with recursion of enchantments and non permanents without warping the deck to support them so I have a few cuts to suggest.
Piranha Marsh hurts you with that tapped land than it will your opponent's one life.
Sands of Time is cute, but since mana burn isn't part of the game any more it might no do very much. Its still probably fine if you only want to hit creatures.
Sudden Impact Is probably not good enough unless your meta is full of guys that draw their whole deck and combo off. Most of those decks win at instant speed anyway so it still doesn't really help. Supernatural Stamina and Undying Evil are equally small without some recursion effect. In a pinch you can add Charmbreaker Devils, Isochron Scepter, or Toshiro Umezawa. If you want to choose who lives and who dies while politiking on a bigger level try Cauldron of Souls.
Some of your enchantments don't do much either Bestial Fury doesn't stop the creature from hitting you while Errantry and Unnatural Hunger pretty much guarantees whatever creature you enchant will only hit you.
There is one more problem I noticed, but it might just be a matter of deckbuilding philosophy. What's your win-con? How do you foresee this deck finishing the game?
7 months ago
Looks good, man. I have been working on my own version of Pharika Enchantress. Here are some ideas:
Color fixing / Ramp
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