Vampire Outcasts


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters 2015 Edition (MM2) Uncommon
Duel Decks: Sorin vs. Tibalt (DDK) Uncommon
2012 Core Set (M12) Uncommon

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Vampire Outcasts


Bloodthirst 2 (If an opponent was dealt damage this turn, this creature enters the battlefield with two +1/+1 counters on it.)

Lifelink (Damage dealt by this creature also causes you to gain that much life.)

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Vampire Outcasts Discussion

Leniathan on Proliferating Vampires

1 year ago

ok, thanks ghoul_Legion- I've been trying to decide how to put Vampire Nighthawk in and that does seem to make the most sense - it's just painful since my Vampire Outcasts have been in the deck the longest :P

Uncanny_Ghoul on Proliferating Vampires

1 year ago

Deck seems fine, I would probably remove Vampire Outcasts for Vampire Nighthawk.

Firebones675 on Proliferating Vampires

1 year ago

Deck seems pretty solid already!

The one card in your deck that seems out of place is Braid of Fire. Since that mana enters your pool on your upkeep, you can't use it in your main phase. Unless a card like Kruphix, God of Horizons says otherwise the mana would leave your pool and thus could only cast instants with it. I feel like that for your deck it's nice, but doest work with most of your other cards. With your current mainboard configuration i'm also not too in love with Whip of Erebos as most of your creatures are small until they can do damage which makes them not as great to bring back. I could see it being justified maybe but for right not it seems a bit low power.

Drana, Liberator of Malakir and Olivia Voldaren are two other vampires that interact with counters. So does Exava, Rakdos Blood Witch but she's not a vamp.

You also have 7 cards that have an ability trigger when you deal damage. Makes me wonder if Temur Battle Rage has a home here as it means that the creature will do damage twice in the same combat. Even with things like Vampire Outcasts it could do a decent amount of damage.

As for your sideboard, I think that needs a bit more work than the maindeck. Generally speaking, the sideboard is used to change your deck to give you matchups agaisnt other decks. For instance if you were against a graveyard based deck, you might be able to being in something like Leyline of the Void. As it is it appears to be more of a collection of cards that you couldnt find room for in the mainboard. Some of the cards in there also seem to be a tad out of place. Vicious Shadows for instance costs a lot of mana. Yes it's powerful when it hits play, but without any ramp i think it is pretty likely for it to be stranded in your hand for most of the game.

Hope this helps! again seems like a pretty solid deck already.

Applesauce_Magician on

1 year 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.

McDeity on Need help cutting cards please!

1 year ago

Cards that immediately jump out for having too low of an impact for most tables:

-Child of Night

-Pulse Tracker

-Vampire Outcasts

-Vampire Cutthroat

-Vengeful Vampire

-Archetype of Finality

-Bad Moon

-Cabal Ritual

-Dark Ritual

-Sorin's Thirst

-Tyrant's Choice

Some of these may just be in there because they were available, which is fine, but if you're looking to trim the fat, these are the ones that struck me as the worst inclusions.

P4nd3m1c on Royal Blood Vampires

2 years ago

Great deck! I have doubts about Vampire Outcasts though. It seems a bit pricey to have 4 in the deck. Perhaps try adding more vampires and have more variety.

Carsf on Bloodlords of the world

2 years ago

I like the deck, and I really like the concept! I don't know if this is supposed to be budget, but I'm going to suggest as if it isn't, minus big money cards ($10+). (Long post incoming!)

I would recommend cutting Smelt for Rakdos Charm. Destroying one artifact is usually not going to swing a game, and while the charm is more expensive, it has the effect you want on it, along with the flexibility of exiling a graveyard (shutting down reanimator) and punishing having tons of creatures, which really hurts token decks.

Uncaged Fury, Mark of the Vampire, Untamed Hunger, and Consecrated by Blood are better replaced by Vampire Nocturnus, Captivating Vampire, Guul Draz Overseer, and Obelisk of Urd. They're more reliable, and you lose less card advantage. Not to mention three of them are more vampires!

Assuming Boiling Earth is meant to kill things, you may want Biting Rain or Consume the Meek, as it they kill a lot more small creatures. Yes, they may hit your creatures, but killing more is usually worth it.

Bloodmad Vampire and Incorrigible Youths are better as Big Game Hunter and Grave Scrabbler. I know they're not vampires, but they give you more value for paying their madness cost.

Falkenrath Marauders, Vampire Nighthawk, and Vampire Outcasts are cool, but they're a bit underpowered. I recommend Malakir Bloodwitch, Feast of Blood, and Sangromancer.

I would also pull Blighted Gorge and Looming Spires in favor of Keldon Megaliths and Blighted Fen. The effects they provide are a bit better.

Seeing as you plan to discard quite a bit, Demonfire and Blood Scrivener will be giving you some value. I'd play them over Tamiyo's Journal and Expedite.

As a sidenote, Elusive Tormentor  Flip is illegal in this deck, as it's flip side is blue. I know TappedOut says it's legal, but that is incorrect. To replace it, I suggest Bloodline Keeper  Flip. Same mana cost, but much more powerful.

I hope all of that helps! I'm no expert deckbuilder, but I think most of this will make the deck better.