Creature — Incarnation
As long as Wonder is in your graveyard and you control an Island, creatures you control have flying.
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5 days ago
Dread Return is a great card to self-mill into. With flashback, you can simply sacrifice three random Zombies you've created to reanimate something super powerful.
Wonder gives all your creatures flying from your graveyard; synergises well with your theme of self-mill, and especially good since Sidisi will be creating a ton of Zombies.
Even if it isn't a Zombie tribal list, Diregraf Captain is worth including simply because he pumps all the tokens made by Sidisi.
Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord returns himself from your graveyard at the price of two lands, but the other important part is that he gets a p/t boost equal to the number of creature cards in your graveyard (which will be quite a lot).
Cryptbreaker turns all your Zombies into card draw; excellent in a board stall where you have a ton of zombies but no one wants to attack.
Gisa and Geralf do a little self-milling on etb, but they also allow you to directly cast Zombies from your graveyard, which is a fair portion of your creatures.
Splendid Reclamation returns all the lands you've milled over the course of game, often ramping you for a bajillion in the process.
Victimize lets you put a useless or choice creature into your graveyard, then reanimate two fatties that will help close out games.
1 week ago
Army of the Damned is a cool finisher that you can still cast from your graveyard if it gets milled, a lot better than Empty the Pits most of the time. But I'm not sure about Ulamog, it doesn't work with graveyard cards (Splinterfright, Life from the Loam etc. and also Laboratory Maniac) I would play more controllable effects to avoid accidental graveyard shuffle.
I think Brawn, Wonder, Filth or Genesis would be great here. Svogthos, the Restless Tomb and Volrath's Stronghold would also be useful in this kind of deck...
1 week ago
Sounds like a good play. Wonder is an interesting choice. I have been grappling with how to deal with flying creatures. It is very true that failing to deal with Ezuri can lead to a bad time for other players!
1 week ago
My Ezuri deck is still fairly new and I haven't tested it a lot. I think it's strong anyway. I killed 2 players Sunday with 6 flying plants 0/1, boosted +28+/28 each. Wonder died, played Avenger of Zendikar, Displace it, Deepglow Skate double Cultivator of Blades. Crazy stuff. If nobody can kill Ezuri it's usually dangerous for them.
1 week ago
Nice to see a Stitcher Geralf list! One of my favorite characters in modern-day Magic, to be sure.
There are several ways you can go to improve this list. You can add more fatty creatures for Geralf to abuse, or just to pressure lategame, and you can continue to add to the milling theme.
Lorthos, the Tidemaker is a pretty big creature that essentially makes a "game over" in a 1v1 matchup. You'll also never be sad to mill him into a zombie.
Fatestitcher is an on-flavor card that can be unearthed from your graveyard after you've milled it to untap Geralf and re-use his ability again.
Artisan of Kozilek allows you to reanimate something huge from your graveyard that you haven't had the opportunity to exile away. Pretty gigantic threat on its own, too.
Wonder is an incredible creature to dump into your graveyard, thereby giving all your powerful zombie abominations evasion.
Geralf's Masterpiece is flavorful, but it also allows you to repeatedly recur it by discarding cards. A monstrous attacker in its own right.
Breaching Leviathan shuts down all of your opponents for a full round if you're able to amass the mana to hardcast it. Otherwise, milling a 9/9 will definitely create a huge zombie.
Tromokratis also falls into the category of "giant beefy blue creature that's good to mill into a zombie." Not bad to cast on its own, either.
Deep-Sea Kraken can be cast early on for its suspend cost, and then accelerate out much quicker, since it removes time counters whenever ANY opponent casts a spell.
Forgotten Creation is powerful card advantage that lets you get rid of more useless cards in favor of drawing into better answers.
Inkwell Leviathan is a monster that's extremely hard to get rid of, has meme-levels of power and toughness, and is one of the few blue creatures with trample.
Frost Titan is yet another strong blue finisher that shuts down a single permanent essentially so long as you can get it to keep attacking.
2 weeks ago
Wonder looks awesome as I usually lose to flyers. I've been considering both Cryptbreaker and Noxious Ghoul but not completely sold on them yet. Sedraxis Alchemist looks like another decent combo piece I'll have to check out. Thanks User:Falkenbach1
2 weeks ago
some suggestions that i run in my deck: Cryptbreaker , Noxious Ghoul , Sedraxis Alchemistlast one can combo off with a couple of cards in your deck and is a backup for gravecrawler for zombie storms with rooftopstorm. And finally Wonder saved my ass against flying creatures a couple of time