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|Modern Masters 2017 Edition (MM3)||Common|
|2010 Core Set (M10)||Common|
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Creature — Vampire Rogue
Sacrifice a creature: Vampire Aristocrat gets +2/+2 until end of turn.
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Vampire Aristocrat Discussion
3 weeks ago
Hi there, I feel like I'd go and drop the from the deck at first since it stretches your manabase a lot and Cursecatcher / Negate which could relatively easy replaced by discards spells such as Duress while / Slip Through Space could be turned into Korozda Guildmage and/or Rite of Consumption.
In case you feel like keeping a third color in, I'd rather concider going with white since it offers stuff like Promise of Bunrei and the like. Also, you might want to add one more Nantuko Husk clones such as Vampire Aristocrat or Bloodthrone Vampire for consistency. Cheers!
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1 year ago
first of all I like the low mana curve of your deck. This is how Edgar Markov should be played!
Skullclamp was already mentioned. It is the most important inclusion in your deck, I think. It's your draw engine in combination with the tokens.
You could consider Blood Bairn, Bloodflow Connoisseur, Bloodthrone Vampire, Vampire Aristocrat and Viscera Seer. The first four give you an advantage in combat and the Viscera Seer gives you card selection which is desperately needed in mardu. All are good with Skullclamp. Take out Skymarch Bloodletter, Bloodmad Vampire, Inspiring Cleric, Olivia's Dragoon, Ravenous Bloodseeker or Sanguinary Mage. Or take out Gifted Aetherborn and Tithe Drinker because they're difficult to cast on turn 2 consistently.
Carnival of Souls could be a great tool for an aggro deck in a 1vs1 format. I think it will really spice things up in your deck!
you should invest some money in your mana base, so that you're able to cast your spells consistently on turn 1,2 and 3. For example fetches, shocks, Dragonskull Summit, Isolated Chapel, Clifftop Retreat and Unclaimed Territory.
1 year ago
my strategy for making your deck faster is:
putting in more cheap vampires as this synergises with your commander more: Insolent Neonate, Kheru Mind-Eater, Guul Draz Assassin, Viscera Seer, Bloodthrone Vampire, Blood Bairn, Vampire Aristocrat, Bloodflow Connoisseur, Malakir Cullblade. This way you can swarm the board early while en passant generating tokens, then attack with Edgar Markov on turn 6.
putting in some ultra aggressive cards. Alongside tokens Mercadia's Downfall can be devastating, for example. Another one would be Mirror Entity. Note that this one is also a vampire and that the +1/+1-counters stay on the creatures when you change their base power and toughness.
cutting some of the more expenise and non-aggressive cards: Campaign of Vengeance, Stensia Masquerade and maybe you should reduce your lifegain/-loss subtheme if you want to go the faster route. Also Vanquisher's Banner is cool tech, but at 5 mana it may be too expensive
By the way: a card that can go absolutely crazy in token tribal decks is Mana Echoes. Unfortunately it is no budget card.
bushido_man96 mentioned some mass removals. Their asymetrical effect is nice but they also cost a lot of mana. Some other really good asymmetrical mass removals for token decks would be Austere Command, Fell the Mighty, Retribution of the Meek and Dusk.
That's all for now. Let me know what you think of my faster game plan.
1 year ago
@KALE434 I have been looking at Victimize, but I don't think there's room for Zulaport Cutthroat and Falkenrath Noble. However, life gain would be nice. I'll have to think about that. And Vampire Aristocrat would be moi bien, as I could just sac some Eldrazi Scion tokens to really buff him up by quite a bit. Thanks for the helpful suggestions!