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Urge to Feed
Target creature gets -3/-3 until end of turn. You may tap any number of untapped Vampire creatures you control. If you do, put a +1/+1 counter on each of those Vampires.
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Urge to Feed Discussion
11 hours ago
I personally don't like using the vamps that have buff your guys as long as your opponents are under 10 health, because in most of my experience with running a vamp deck once they are under 10 health, I already have a much superior board state, unless they use a board wipe. That being said I understand they're usefulness in finishing off opponents. Number 1, Child of Night should 100% be cut for Gifted Aetherborn, because it is all around a better card with lifelink, deathtouch, and 3 toughness instead of 1. 2, I would drop to only running 2 Drana, Liberator of Malakir with at most three, because getting them stuck in your hand happens to me all the time, I only run 2 in my deck. I also would only recommend running at most 3 Vampire Nocturnus as well because they are your most expensive card to get onto the battle field, and over a 1/3 of your deck won't give you the bonus, your lands. 3, I would think about adding some Sign in Blood to help your card drawing.4, I would change your removal spell to either Victim of Night, Urge to Feed because it can buff your vamps, or Feast of Blood because of its lifegain and targeting anything.Finally some vamps that I think are at least worth consideration are Pulse Tracker a great one drop that pairs nicely with drana, Vampire Nighthawk, and maybe 2 Blood Seeker at the very least in your sideboard to prevent getting overrun by swarm decks.I hope this was helpful, and if you have any questions I'd be happy to help.
3 weeks ago
I have 2 mates that both have vampire decks, one that's based on anthem effects and the other based +1/+1 counters. You've got most of the good stuff but here's a few cards you may have missed: Feast of Blood great cheap removal that fits the theme, Urge to Feed free +1/+1 counters on all of your vamps, Guul Draz Vampire good one drop with some later game potential, Blood Tribute mean, just mean. Malakir Bloodwitch flying fatty with a nice etb trigger, Blood Seeker cheap vamp that really punishes creature heavy decks and kills opponents with infinite combos that revolve around creatures entering. Necropolis Regent just a great bomb even by itself. Havengul Vampire gets real fat real quick. Rakish Heir helps all your vamps get fatter, Falkenrath Exterminator nice creature removal if you get enough counters. finally Vampiric Fury ends games. I think i got all the good ones but i am probably wrong, if i mentioned stuff already in your deck i'm sorry and also nice deck +1 from me.
4 months ago
Honestly, I think you could morph this into a R/B Vampire Tribal deck pretty easily. You already have quite a few cards that give boosts to Vampires, so why not but in some Stromkirk Captain, Stensia Masquerade, Captivating Vampire, Vampire Outcasts, Blade of the Bloodchief, Urge to Feed, and Blood Tribute. You could also go with a strong R/B Vampire deck that uses Madness too, using those discard abilities plus Falkenrath Gorger.
4 months ago
5 months ago
First if all, careful now... wouldn't want you big pretty cathedral toppled to the ground, all those lovely stained glass windows smahed to bits, or all your perfect white pointy teeth kicked in, now would ya ;)? Best be careful which demonic cult of sadomasochistic jesters you insult there :D
that said, all glory to perfect Orzhov!
This looks amazing, my man! The union of orzhov and vampires is perfect. I got nothing. I think it's pretty damned close to perfection as it is. I might toss in a few Edge of the Divinity for more power. Anowon, the Ruin Sage for sweet sweet unfairness, and maybe Urge to Feed or Feast of Blood for tribal destruction? Also you'll have no trouble paying the kicker for Blood Tribute. Stay frosty, mate!
5 months ago
6 months ago
There are a couple different vampire strategies.
-Standard RB Vampires focus on Madness, just look at new standard decks. Probably the least reliable deck type for vamps.
-Mono black Vamps, They use generic mono black control while slowly draining life with vampire boosting abilities, using cards like Bloodline Keeper Flip, Captivating Vampire, Sorin Markov, or Urge to Feed.
-Lastly, White Black Vamps. This is mainly built off of Orzhov creatures and Extort/Lifelink abilities, with some mono black things mentioned above thrown in, using things such as Tithe Drinker, Blood Baron of Vizkopa, and Blood Artist.
My personal preference is the +1/+1 counter method with some mono black vampires thrown in. You can see it here: Just for Shits n' Giggles.
It really depends on what you want to go with the deck.