Weirded Vampire

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Frontier Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Eldritch Moon (EMN) Common

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Weirded Vampire

Creature — Vampire

Madness

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Weirded Vampire Discussion

ghoul_Legion on B/R Gentry Vampire Madness. need some tips(gentry)

9 months ago

Weirded Vampire to be removed.

Twins of Maurer Estate to be removed.

You could add 1 more furyblade and 1 more bloodmad.

You could add Asylum Visitor or Bloodhall Priest

I would suggest cutting down some spells to increase creatures count to make better use of Stensia Masquerade

Some more suggestions:

Call the Bloodline allow for instant speed creatures.

Key to the City Easy discard + unblockable

Voldaren Pariah  Flip is a game winner.

BioProfDude on madness/aggro

1 year ago

Well, you only seem to have 8 total cards to take advantage of madness (4x Asylum Visitor and 4x Twins of Maurer Estate). You certainly have plenty of madness enablers, so now you need to strike a balance between enablers and beneficiaries. Voldaren Pariah  Flip is a common black card the can be quite good with madness, and Alms of the Vein, Biting Rain, From Under the Floorboards, Gisa's Bidding, and Weirded Vampire are all good beneficiaries.

I have a vampire deck built around madness-- maybe it can give you some ideas? B/R Vampires for fun and madness

I also have a zombie deck that might also provide ideas? U/B Zombies with no funny deck name

You do have 64 cards in the deck as I currently count them, so trying to reduce that to 60 is preferable, just to maximize your chances of drawing the cards you want.

You have a bit of a mixture of the two, and that's fine. Personally, I prefer to go tribal, but the zombie deck may very well benefit from a couple of vampires (including Voldaren Pariah  Flip, so don't be discouraged! I think you'll tinker and get to a deck that will make you quite happy!

Good luck and have fun!

Mchalo3a on BR Mad Vampires

1 year ago

Hey again! I've looked a bit more into the newer vampires. Just a few recommendations.

First, I was wondering why Orbs of Warding was in your sideboard. It's super slow, and I don't see which matchups it would improve against, since your goal would be to outpace your opponents. Also, I feel like Rogue's Passage is too slow as well. I understand that it's a mana sink for when you gas out, but there could be better things to play, and I don't see it's ability being used often.

So, the new vampires. First, I have not tested Voldaren Pariah  Flip, as it seems too slow for my tastes. However, I could see its merit in the sideboard to win against more aggressive players or even to slow down against control to drop a bigger body. A 6/5 flyer that is basically a Butcher of Malakir is always interesting.

Brief note on Stromkirk Condemned: It's ability is killer, but its cost of BB makes it so hard to cast turn two, since we want to drop a Falkenrath Gorger on turn one. It's good, really good, but I don't know if it can work. However, it deserves a look.

Second, Furyblade Vampire has proven itself to be a champion. It enables madness on turn three for Incorrigible Youths (which can attack that combat) or even Bloodhall Priest (more on her later). If you can get a Falkenrath Gorger to stick turn one, it allows you to play anything in the deck, essentially. I'm trying 2 right now, but it definitely deserves to be a 3 or 4 of for sure.

Finally, Bloodhall Priest. I have only gotten to draw and play her once, but the 4/4 body with potential burn attached makes me want to try her more. I recommend her in theory, but haven't gotten to try her much.

The rest, in my opinion, (Vampire Cutthroat, Weirded Vampire, Markov Crusader, Stromkirk Occultist, Falkenrath Reaver, and Dusk Feaster) either don't fit the theme of an aggressive vampire deck by either being too slow, encouraging a more midrange or control play style, or by not bringing enough to make the cut.

I hope these tips help, I love vampires and want them to make it in Standard. Good luck!

Goodzikc on Need help subing in eldritch ...

1 year ago

the new eldritch moon is about to be released tommorow this is my current R/B vampire aggro http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/rb-budget-vampire/there are tons of new cards that boost this deck but i do not know what to sub out and what new cards to put in the deckany help is appreciatedals here is a list of cards i think will help but i dont know what to use and how many of eachCollective Brutalitycard:stromkirk condemmedVoldaren Pariah  FlipMarkov CrusaderVampire CutthroatWeirded VampireOlivia's DragoonCollective Defiancecard:stromkirk occulistBlood Mistcard:insatiable gorgerFuryblade VampireAbandon ReasonAlchemist's GreetingBold ImpalerDistemper of the BloodProphetic RavingsStensia Banquetthank you -Darth

Goodzikc on Need card integration help

1 year ago

the new eldritch moon is about to be released tommorow this is my current R/B vampire aggro http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/rb-budget-vampire/there are tons of new cards that boost this deck but i do not know what to sub out and what new cards to put in the deckany help is appreciatedals here is a list of cards i think will help but i dont know what to use and how many of eachCollective Brutalitycard:stromkirk condemmedVoldaren Pariah  FlipMarkov CrusaderVampire CutthroatWeirded VampireOlivia's DragoonCollective Defiancecard:stromkirk occulistBlood Mistcard:insatiable gorgerFuryblade VampireAbandon ReasonAlchemist's GreetingBold ImpalerDistemper of the BloodProphetic RavingsStensia Banquetthank you -Darth

demagicman on How good is Liliana in ...

1 year ago

I opened a Lili in my pool and I saw her in every round that I played in. Sometimes twice or three times a round. Did not get to play her every game however. I can say though that she did underperform a lot for me. I'll preface this with saying that I did manage to go 3-1 at prerelease. So I didn't build a deck that was terrible, maybe I just wasn't using her right.

If we talk about her plus one for limited purposes, we see that there are a total of 54 creatures, in this limited environment, that her plus one can outright kill. One of those is a mythic, Eleven are rares, Twenty-Five are uncommons, and seventeen are commons. And with the distribution of Eldritch Moon to Shadows packs (2 Shadows and 4 Eldritch Moon) a great deal of these will not be seen do to probability. Some of these may also be just bad filler cards that won't get played regardless if they were in your pool. So the average sealed deck may contain anywhere from 2-5 creature cards that Lili will be able to outright kill.

Her plus one is good at slowing down a big creature, but it does not feel like it does enough to slow down a bigger creature. Her plus one is not that fantastic at protecting her as one might think, it would definitely be better if it was -1/-2 (it isn't though, so I digress). And if you intend on getting to her ultimate than you need to use her plus one and try to protect her at all costs. This is the reason I lost two games, I was focused on trying to get to her ultimate to hopefully take control of the game. My opponent knew this as well so I was chump blocking and losing creatures trying to get her to her ultimate.

If you don't want to invest in her then her minus two is fine. Nothing spectacular. There was a few times when I found myself with no creatures or no good creatures in my hand and did not want to risk milling a removal spell or something that I would like better than a Weirded Vampire. Her minus two feels like a bad Macabre Waltz or Cemetery Recruitment.

And you may have a better chance at getting one of those in your pool. And clearly her ultimate would most likely be completely back breaking to your opponent in limited if you got there.

Overall, I feel like she underperformed greatly. Even for a three casting cost planeswalker. Sometimes you may not have anything to protect her well enough that early. And other times you rather just play a creature. And when she does hit the board your opponent focuses all of their effort into killing her. So if you get her I recommend dropping her into play, using her plus one and using her as meat shield while you get ahead on your board.

In very first game of the prerelease, I was on the draw, I dropped her on turn three and was able to plus her up to shrink a Mournwillow down to a 1/1. I passed the turn to him and he played a Backwoods Survivalists and put Lili back down to three loyalty with his Mournwillow. He passed back to me and I played a Niblis of Frost and put his Mournwillow back to a 1/1 and passed to him. He then promptly played a Somberwald Stag, fought my Niblis and killed Lili with his other guys. And while he may have gotten the perfect draws that game, I would have much preferred Lili had been a Murder or anything else honestly.

And the ensuing game that I played her went much like that. Me trying to protect her and getting nowhere because her plus one just isn't good enough. By the end of prerelease when I saw her, whether it be a late game top deck or in my opening hand. I just held her in my hand until I wanted to bring a creature that I cared about back to my hand. Then just left Lili to her fate. Hell, I wasn't even mad when one game the guy played Pick the Brain and exiled her from my hand. If I could've chosen one card that I just didn't care about it would have been Lili.

So, she is definitely playable. But, not spectacular whatsoever.