Viscera Seer


Format Legality
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Pauper Legal

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Set Rarity
Commander 2013 Common
2011 Core Set Common

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Viscera Seer

Creature — Vampire Wizard

Sacrifice a creature: Scry 1. (Look at the top card of your library. You may put that card on the bottom of your library.)

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Viscera Seer Discussion

ScrOuch on Shrinkage

30 minutes ago

Great deck idea! Love the way you play with one of the deadliest ways to kill you opponents creatures. I think your deck would greatly benefit from Geralf's Messenger since it always returns from your graveyard as long as you manage to give him at least one -1/-1 counter before he dies a second time. Together with your Blowfly Infestation this could even be an infinite combo. All you need now, is a sac engine (Viscera Seer?) and here we go! Another good addition could be a Lord of Extinction since your opponents will most likely have tons of creatures in their graveyards. Hope this helps. Keep up the good work!

lagotripha on Vampires Mono B

15 hours ago

Hi, I've put together a bunch of vampire lists. Mono black deckbuilder's toolbox is my big list of modern mono-black cards. First up, Blade of the Bloodchief. It makes lifelink into a game-stalling certainty. With decent creatures that you don't want in the 'yard Indulgent Aristocrat beats Viscera Seer for providing more lifelink and some pump. Vampire Envoy isn't great as a card- 1 or 2 drop removal is more practical, and Pawn of Ulamog a more flavourful option. Similarly, with all those little creatures with keywords Lashwrithe can do good stuff. Ratchet Bomb is a slow answer to many modern threats black can't answer and ends tokens,and so practical sideboard. I'll reccomend Imp's Mischief as combo and boggle disruption. Disfigure is a lot more practical than gut shot for defence, and Bump in the Night when attacking. Temporal Extortion is my preferred endgame- it usually puts out more damage than dropping Vampire Nocturnus even if the choice is your opponents rather than your topdeck. Fetches change that, but whatever. I find Blood Artist usually outperforms Kalastria Highborn, due to not having to keep mana open in a low instant-speed deck.

Long story shory, more lifelink, some card draw, hand disruption, win fnms. Duress is cheap and oh so practical. If in doubt splash green for Asceticism and Collected Company, just to frustrate those that outrange you.

Scrib.Nibbler on Upgrading to Marchesa Stax

3 days ago

I've got Smokestack in. I am also running Dictate of Erebos and Butcher of Malakir. For sacrifice outlets, I've got Ashnod's Altar, Blasting Station, Skullclamp, and I've added Viscera Seer for good measure. Since I can't afford Bitterblossom, I've added Ophiomancer for token genetation alongside Assemble the Legion and Elspeth, Knight-Errant. Crucible of Worlds definitely piqued my interest, but it is pretty expensive.

Free_Edgar1 on Upgrading to Marchesa Stax

3 days ago

Well, a stax deck is never complete without its namesake, Smokestack. Also You should run cards like Grave Pact and Dictate of Erebos with a lot of sac outlets such as Viscera Seer and token generators like Bitterblossom. If you want to go the land destruction route, and have a higher budget, you could always run Crucible of Worlds and Strip Mine. If you're going full out stax, You'll want to replace a lot of your lands and spells with mana rocks. Dependsing on how "staxy" you want to go, you'll end up with somewhere between 20 - 30 artifacts, 35 or so lands (or less), and the rest will be spells, probably 20 or less creatures. I recommend looking up a Stax Primer.

Entari0 on ZUBRASSS

3 days ago

Just so you know, Viscera Seer sacrificing Floating-Dream Zubera has you draw a card then scry, because of how abilities are put on the stack. Looks like a very fun deck though! Cauldron of Souls may have a place here.

jimmynitos on Master Splinter hates you

4 days ago

Cut some some lands for mana rocks like Sol Ring, Caged Sun, Dreamstone Hedron, Hedron Archive and Mind Stone, for example.

You can optimize your sac effects with Butcher of Malakir, Dictate of Erebos and Grave Pact. Viscera Seer can help you filter your draws and Blood Artist/Zulaport Cutthroat fit in the sac effects bag as well. Also, a Phyrexian Arena is never bad in mono-black.

I would cut Dark Ritual for a removal and Duress for Banshee of the Dread Choir, Hollow Specter, Hypnotic Specter or Scythe Specter.

chetoos on Reyhan and ravos: In death we give counters

4 days ago

I think that some sacrifice engines would be good for this deck. Viscera Seer is the go to, but there are others you can find. Also, I'd recommend some hydras for this deck, at least the X cost X counters kind. Lifeblood Hydra and Genesis Hydra should do well for this deck, especially if you get some sacrifice engine out, like Feed the Pack. Sacrifice the creatures on alternate turns, get them back with Ravos, then Reyhan makes their counters go elsewhere, like maybe a Gyre Sage. Also, always a good idea in a green deck are Soul of the Harvest and Lifecrafter's Bestiary, for some insane card advantage situations.

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