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|Battle for Zendikar (BFZ)||Uncommon|
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Creature — Eldrazi Drone
Devoid (This card has no color.)
Vile Aggregate's power is equal to the number of colorless creatures you control.
Ingest (Whenever this creature deals combat damage to a player, that player exiles the top card of his or her library.)
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Vile Aggregate Discussion
1 month ago
Desolation Twin is expensive and the token is weak.
5 months ago
Also I think putting Red in here would truly benefit the deck because of a number of cards:
7 months ago
I feel like Vile Aggregate would be good here instead of some of the walkers.
11 months ago
Ulamog's brood is: Benthic Infiltrator, Conduit of Ruin, Cryptic Cruiser, Drowner of Hope (as it is said in many places that Ulamogs brood moves through water easily.), Eyeless Watcher, Oblivion Sower, Ruination Guide, Vile Aggregate. and Wasteland Strangler (look to the left of the creature and you can see it's mask), I am also fairly certain that Brood Butcher is a part of Ulamogs brood as well.
Nest Invader is the only member of Emrakul's brood in the list here.
11 months ago
Any from Eldritch Moon are Emrakul.
Any from BFZ block that don't have Kozilek's plates above their heads are Ulamog.
Nest Invader looks like Emrakul but I'm not completely sure.
The others I think are Ulamog but I'm not sure
11 months ago
Here are a list of the Eldrazi I do not have placed with a respected Titan and I seek you thoughts on who they belong to:
Benthic Infiltrator, Brood Butcher, Conduit of Ruin, Cryptic Cruiser, Dimensional Infiltrator, Drowner of Hope, Eyeless Watcher, Immobilizer Eldrazi, Nest Invader, Oblivion Sower, Ruination Guide, Slaughter Drone, Stalking Drone, Vile Aggregate, Walker of the Wastes (Emrakul?), Wasteland Strangler (also Emrakul?)
1 year ago
I like the deck! A couple of things, you have too many two ofs and three ofs. If you chop out cards that just seem to clutter up the deck and act as filler, and make more four ofs and three ofs, the deck will become much more consistent and more powerful.About half of the deck seems to be a really defensive creatures (Tide Drifter, Fathom Seer, etc.), and half of it seems to be really offensive creatures(Forerunner of Slaughter, Vile Aggregate). Maybe sticking with one of these plans over the other could help. I brewed up a BR list really quick Budget B/R Eldrazi. It is about ten dollars more and I don't have a working sideboard, but it's pretty competitive. Anyways, +1 from me
1 year ago
Hey Pozo2212, so uh...I have to say that your deck description looks rather familiar...like uh...it might've come from somewhere else? I'll just take the rather "inspired" description as a compliment, but you could give some credit where credit is due :P Anywho, as for your deck itself, it is similar to my own, but at the same time distinctly different. I'll break my thoughts down into little bullets:
Cost: So you're pursuing original dual lands as well as the absolutely degenerate Gaea's Cradle? Wow. Well done. That's effectively an ideal manabase - as slivers don't function as well without access to WUBURG at any given moment. That already sets your deck leagues above most, placing it squarely within the competitive realm of EDH.
Creatures: Interesting choice including Eldrazi along with slivers. I'm genuinely surprised you don't have Ghostflame Sliver though. That'll make all your slivers immune to All Is Dust, and creates additional synergies with various eldrazi spells. With Ghostflame in play, consider of the following Eldrazi options:
Forerunner of Slaughter - A haste option for your colorless slivers
Ruination Guide - an "Anthem Sliver"
The previous suggestions should be taken worth a grain of salt because they're all a bit janky as their viability are entirely reliant on just one creature, but it'd be interesting none the less. But if you want to be even more competetive, then maybe going with Sliver Queen as your commander would be the better route.