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New Phyrexian Sax

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UPDATE 9/23/15 Hello and thanks for everyone who has contributed to this deck. Its been a very long time since this rotated out of standard but I keep getting views and comments. I want to keep this decklist the way it was so I've been working on a modern legal version. Check out: B/R Vamp Crank

Hey let's dance one last time. I'm FINALLY going to run this in a tournament tommorrow! What do you guys think about the current meta and my sideboard?

This deck aims to take advantage of the infinite loop created by Bloodchief Ascension and Mindcrank using board control and small vampires that can get the ball rolling by doing 2 damage per turn.

I use the vampires because I wanted my first New Phyrexia deck to be mono black control and I had decided to use my vampire aggro deck as a jumping-off point. Then I saw how people didn't tend to take vampire's seriously in standard, which gives you a huge advantage during the first game of the match, until they lost to the combo.

UPDATE 7-2-11 Takinjg this lastest version to a standard tourny tomorrow. Let me know if you feel I'm missing anything!

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and i can pay 2 life so it loses defender.. so watch out.

May 26, 2011 2:52 p.m.

insertcleverid says... #2

I would love to see that B/u/r deck run. Can't imagine how hard it is to get Phyrexian Obliterator out tho.

May 27, 2011 3:03 p.m.

TheSeattleKid says... #3

I won FNM with this deck last night. First place out of 18 people.

It was a bit different than above but worked out great. The top converted mana was 3, because when I was play testing the Dark Tutelage was just destroying my health. I was playing with four of every vampire, 3 Mindcrank , 3 Despise because I mainboarded 2 Blade of the Bloodchief to give another aspect for the opponent to focus on. I used the Bloodchief Ascension , Mindcrank combo to win probably 3/10 victories. When I didn't have them both they worked incredible individually. I had no Phyrexian Obliterator , no Lashwrithe , no Hex Parasite , just the vampires and some destruction. It was great. 5 round victory, swept 3, and won 2-1 the other two.

I saw three Jace, the Mind Sculptor which weren't much of an issue for this deck. By the time a Jace was on the board I was already well enough on the way to get rid of it soon. Red/Blue control deck was easy. Played two of them in rounds 4, and 5. Vampire v. vampire round 1 was a slow start, but swept because of the Bloodchief Ascension . The only decks I lost games to had the prot black swords, and lots of equipment summons. They were fantastic decks worth at least $300. From that standpoint this deck is fantastic as well. I was running with approximately $90 deck because most of the money cards were out, and took out decks bred with the top line cards.

The speed of this deck was an absolute killer. Right off the bat going for it. Dark Tutelage was necessary for that speed. I ran Dark Tutelage over Sign in Blood because my mana cost was so low. Had I played Phyrexian Obliterator I would have played Sign in Blood I think. That would take more testing.

Hopefully this insight can help a little bit from an FNM setting. Great deck, man. It worked me wonders. Had lots of people wanting to look through it. Bloodchief Ascension was great because people would start playing cards then realized they were taking damage as anything hit their graveyard.

+1 definitely. Grab this deck and go!

May 28, 2011 11:59 a.m.

jessetaverne says... #4

t1 swamp, Pulse Tracker /Vampire Lacerator

t2 swamp, Bloodchief Ascension , Despise , attack -> 1 counter

t3 swamp, attack -> second counter

t3 (theirs) Hideous End -> third counter

t4 Mindcrank , attack with Pulse Tracker -> combo death.

Is the fastest way i can think of for this deck to work. Nice :)

@ TheSeattleKid: congrats on your FNM victory :)

May 28, 2011 12:38 p.m.

insertcleverid says... #5

Wow congrats seattlekid! If I wasn't on vacation I'd be running this deck myself. I'm jealous!. But not a lot, cuz I'm on vacation. And good point about the dark tute and the mana curve.

May 28, 2011 2:45 p.m.

insertcleverid says... #6

Or t4 get's verdict, combo death. :)

May 28, 2011 2:48 p.m.

EliteCub says... #7

I have to admit, this deck looks so well built. +1

May 29, 2011 12:09 a.m.

Morphling says... #8

Solid deck. I'm putting something similar together for next fnm.

I signed up for tappedout just to give you another well deserved +1.

At the risk of looking like a fool, I think you are currently only running 59 cards. Perhaps you can round out one of those vamp play sets.

May 29, 2011 12:24 a.m.

insertcleverid says... #9

Wow good looking out. I only have my phone for internet access right now, and I must have missed tapped at some point. Thx.

May 29, 2011 1 a.m.

Wow good looking out. I only have my phone for internet access right now, and I must have missed tapped at some point. Thx.

May 29, 2011 1:30 a.m.

boogawman says... #11

This. Deck. Is. AWESOME! Cloning it for my next Sunday casual play. Although the Phyrexian Obliterator is waaaaaaaaayyyy off my budget. That thing is crazy expensive! Any suggestions on what to replace it with instead? Thanks.

May 29, 2011 6:13 a.m.

Maybe throw in some fetch land and sub obliterator with Ob Nixilis, the Fallen ? I know that's not a cheap option either, but that's what a friend did and it works great as a secondary win con. And thanks!

May 29, 2011 10:56 a.m.

zandl says... #14

Ob Nixilis, the Fallen only goes for $2 on StarCityGames.com, and probably $1.50 at a local shop.

May 29, 2011 3:06 p.m.

Morphling says... #15

Have you considered Bloodthrone Vampire for the sac in order get the 2 damage across on the opponents turn with Kalastria Highborn s ability?

May 29, 2011 4:42 p.m.

triplehelix says... #16

I've thought about putting in Bloodthrone Vampire s with Arrogant Bloodlord s to up the pressure a little bit while also having good synergy with Kalastria Highborn . I'm still waiting on Mindcrank s & Despise s in the mail before I can do some playtesting. I also like Vampire Hexmage over Hex Parasite because of his ability to hit the graveyard at any time.

May 29, 2011 4:53 p.m.

monomearl says... #17

Might make your deck slower but what about Piranha Marsh ? for that extra little bump.

May 29, 2011 6:25 p.m.

GL0B4L_Z3R0 says... #18

Yeah, the way I'd construct the deck would be in Grixis colors.

But TBH the more I look at this the more I like it.

Only thing I think is your sideboard should pack more discard to screw with Splinter Win and Caw-Blade.

I'd appreciate your comments on my deck, G/W Birthing Pod

May 29, 2011 6:28 p.m.

Omgomgomg says... #19

imo main board bloodghast, especially if your playing mono black you will have no problem getting it out their and its a creature thats not going to go away unless exiled and can still trigger your bloodcheif, i made a very similar deck just more on the low cast drops like lacerators. i cant beleive out of over 100 comments bloodghast was not brought up hardly. def main board him

May 29, 2011 6:45 p.m.

Deco_y says... #20

Have you ever thought about maybe throwing in a Livewire Lash ? Nice simple way to deal 2 damage and would make your op think twice about using removal on your vamps. Worst case scenario,use your removal on your own creature to set off the lash and start unfinite mill. So much yummy black flavor in doing that.

Just my two cents, Tappedout has spoken and i can't give too much insight to improve this deck.

Well done.

May 30, 2011 7:21 p.m.

If you happen to be looking at this deck and see it as R/B, then I'm only doing this for a quick second for playtesting purposes. I still intend for this to be MBC

June 3, 2011 12:49 a.m.

boogawman says... #22

Okay, I cloned the mono-black version of this awesome deck and I playtested it yesterday over casual play. I won 1 out of 3 games. Battled a U/W affinity deck (won), a mono-black control deck (lost), and a mono-black discarder deck (lost). I found it really hard to put in counters on Bloodchief and when I did, it was quite difficult for me to trigger the Bloodchief-Mindcrank combo as most of my creatures get eliminated beforehand. I then thought it was essential to get a set of Bloodghasts in for constant damaging and it's quite cool to combo it with Kalastria Highborn. Your thoughts? Also, I can't find the original mono black deck here in Tappedout.net. Thanks.

June 5, 2011 11:53 p.m.

If you reed the notes above I mention that my biggest concern is goin up against MBC with this deck. In my limited experience I find that I do pretty well as long as I play a turn behind them, force them to sac, get out Dark Tutelage and Memoricide their killer cards like Bloodghast , Haunting Echoes and Phyrexian Obliterator s.

The biggest weakness of the deck is that I have no way to deal with enchantments. But there's not a lot to fear there.

But in every tourny game I've lost, I can easily identify the mistakes I made that contributed to me loosing the game. Very rarely have I lost due to mana-screw or been totally bested by a deck. (except for RDW, that thing still pisses me off.)

I can't imagine why you're having such a hard time getting 2 dmg in every turn. 12 cards in the deck remove obsticals. a lot of the other cards cause 2 damage w/o even having to attack.

But, to be fair, I win with the combo less than winning without it. Its just nice that both cards are so good on their own.

June 7, 2011 11:31 p.m.

boogawman says... #24

I see that you removed the Lashwrithe and one Mindcrank in order to give way for another Highborn and another Tracker in the mainboard. Now this looks more bad ass than the original one! Although the Lashwrithe on an Obliterator on turn 5 with 5 lands is insanely bad ass on its own.

Definitely needing a Memoricide on my sideboard for sure.

Hey thanks for the tips. Glad you reverted it to mono-black. All the best! Thanks.

June 8, 2011 12:02 a.m.

Oh I never intended to put red in. I was only playtesting it on tappedout, then I went on vacation and forgot to put it back!

Hope it works better for you. If you find a better solution for the mirror match problem, let me know!

And I dropped a Mindcrank because I don't want my opponant knowing about the combo in the first match. So I'd play it last second, and I was always sitting on 1 or 2 in my hand for the majority of the game. I might SB a fourth if I'm really missing it, but so far no problem.

You also mentioned [bloodghast]] in your post. I'll tell you why they're not in the deck. For Bloodghast to be most effective you need (other than Kalastria Highborn ) Viscera Seer , Blade of the Bloodchief , Marsh Flats and Verdant Catacombs all in there, and I just don't have room for them. W/O those pieces, I thinkBloodghast is a cute but not synergized card.

What this deck does is keeps your opponent unable to attack you. Then ping for the win. Aggro isn't really part of what it does best, at least not until Dark Tutelage come out. Play the deck slow til then, and you'll do a lot better.

June 8, 2011 12:19 a.m.

boogawman says... #26

Amazing tips! Will do some more playtests over casual play until I really get the hang of it. Then, I'm joining our local FNM. Will keep you guys posted. Thanks again!

June 8, 2011 9:37 a.m.

This may have been said somewhere in the hundred or so comments, but have you ever considered combineing [Mindfuneral] with [Bloodcheif Ascension]? It can end someone quickly and even if they die they still have to keep going till they hit that fourth land. Just a thought.

June 13, 2011 8:36 p.m.

Mind Funeral would be an awesome add for the deck maybe once zendikar rotates out but for the moment this is supposed to be a standard deck for tournaments. Thanks for the tip tho!

June 13, 2011 9:31 p.m.

tickaz says... #29

I like this deck a lot. +1

However, this deck seems very oriented towards destroying an opponents creatures. How would this deck go up against a deck whose main strategies aren't creature based, like a burn or control deck? Sure, once the Phyrexian Obliterator is out the burn deck is going to hit a spot of bother...

June 13, 2011 11:09 p.m.

boogawman says... #30

@tickaz, I cloned this deck and have been using it for two weeks now and I'd say I have about 7/10 wins battling against 10 different decks. I beat out blue/red burn deck with a very helpful Memoricide x 3 sideboard over the 3x Despise . I battled a semi-Caw-Blade mono white using Rust Tick which helped a lot with the pesky swords artifacts, and again, Memoricide helped me remove Stoneforge Mystic from my opponent on the second round for a win. I did lose to a legacy format merfolk control and to a legacy mono-black discarder. But then again, those are type 1.5 decks with far stronger old cards. This deck is pretty solid without altering any of the cards from the main and side boards. Trust me.

June 14, 2011 1:52 a.m.

@ tickaz atm against I take out card:Geth's Verdict, Hideous End and Gatekeeper of Malakir to make room for Contaminated Ground , Memoricide , Rust Tick and Hex Parasite ...give or take based on need. I haven't run up against too much strict control lately. The one tournament I've been to everybody was running MBC, podcast, RDW or homebrews. I have a pretty poor feel for the meta-meta right now, but the comments above give me some confidence. :)

June 14, 2011 2:35 a.m.

GoblinSeven says... #32

my suggestionstrade Phyrexian Obliterator for Abyssal Persecutor You could use the extra boost and you have enough spells to zap it when your done.

June 14, 2011 3:56 p.m.

triplehelix says... #33

GoblinSeven, I completely agree! I've been toying with the same idea myself and I feel that Abyssal Persecutor is the better card for the deck. Now if I could just get a hold of a pair of them....

June 16, 2011 9:08 a.m.

Morphling says... #34

Ran a variation on this deck two weeks ago at a Sunday standard tourney. went 2-0 against a red burn deck, 2-0 against u/g infect, and 1-2 against dark blade.

Finished in second place. Giving it another try this Sunday.

Great deck. Here's hoping some good bans go through on the 20th.

June 18, 2011 4:24 p.m.

Morphling says... #35

Well, things didn't go so well for me this time.

Went 0-2 vs caw blade, 2-0 vs a b/g level up type thing, 1-2 vs Tezzeret, and 0-2 vs eldrazi green.

If I'm going to try this again I think splashing red is the way to go.

June 19, 2011 5:53 p.m.

@Morphling What's the changes you've made to the deck?

I tried splashing red. I put in Lightning Bolt and Staggershock . It seemed like all it did was wreck my mana curve and make the deck too expensive to run Dark Tutelage . What are your ideas?

June 19, 2011 7:28 p.m.

boogawman says... #37

Stick with the mono black.

Here's some tips in battling Caw-Blades: Keep Memoricide in the main deck. Remove Stoneforge Mystic s with Go for the Throat or your other removal spells. Memoricide the swords or use Rust Tick s to prevent them from attaching. Despise Jace, the Mind Sculptor or Memoricide him. I added a set of Memoricide in my main deck and sideboarded card:Geth's Verdict and 1 Gatekeeper of Malakir . Another great addition is card:Tezzeret's Gambit to get a quicker activation for the Bloodchief Ascension through proliferate.

If you're going to make it a B/R deck, remove all the vampire creatures but keep the Phyrexian Obliterator s. Add fetch lands, add Bloodghast and Manic Vandal , a shitload of burn spells, and B/R producing standard lands like Dragonskull Summit . It's hella expensive.

Oh, just for the info, Jace TMS and Stoneforge Mystic are now banned on Standard format. See this link: http://www.wizards.com/magic/magazine/article.aspx?x=mtg%2Fdaily%2Ffeature%2F148 for more info.

All the best!

June 20, 2011 4:46 a.m.

boogawman says... #38

Stick with the mono black.

Here's some tips in battling Caw-Blades: Keep Memoricide in the main deck. Remove Stoneforge Mystic s with Go for the Throat or your other removal spells. Memoricide the swords or use Rust Tick s to prevent them from attaching. Despise Jace, the Mind Sculptor or Memoricide him. I added a set of Memoricide in my main deck and sideboarded card:Geth's Verdict and 1 Gatekeeper of Malakir . Another great addition is card:Tezzeret's Gambit to get a quicker activation for the Bloodchief Ascension through proliferate.

If you're going to make it a B/R deck, remove all the vampire creatures but keep the Phyrexian Obliterator s. Add fetch lands, add Bloodghast and Manic Vandal , a shitload of burn spells, and B/R producing standard lands like Dragonskull Summit . It's hella expensive.

Oh, just for the info, Jace TMS and Stoneforge Mystic are now banned on Standard format. See this link: http://www.wizards.com/magic/magazine/article.aspx?x=mtg%2Fdaily%2Ffeature%2F148 for more info.

All the best!

June 20, 2011 4:46 a.m.

What do we think about dropping 2 Vampire Nighthawk s for 2 Swamp s to bring the curve down for both Dark Tutelage and raising the odds of getting 3 land drops in a row to 76%?

Is it worth the trade-off?

June 24, 2011 3:16 a.m.

I think this deck will do well this week, but I'm pwndering how to tone it up for the return of Val. I'm going to MB 2 Contaminated Ground and maybe SB 2 Evil Presence but what else can I do to make way for the post JTMS/SFM meta?

June 24, 2011 3:19 a.m.

I think this deck will do well this week, but I'm pwndering how to tone it up for the return of Val. I'm going to MB 2 Contaminated Ground and maybe SB 2 Evil Presence but what else can I do to make way for the post JTMS/SFM meta?

June 24, 2011 3:19 a.m.

seibertross says... #42

Nighthawk idea sounds good. Confused by the rust tick in the sideboard but sounds good to move them to sideboard for rust tick for more land. Allows you to throw them in against creature heavier decks.

June 24, 2011 12:26 p.m.

seibertross says... #43

Nighthawk idea sounds good. Confused by the rust tick in the sideboard but sounds good to move them to sideboard for rust tick for more land. Allows you to throw them in against creature heavier decks.

June 24, 2011 12:27 p.m.

the Rust Tick s are put in against artifact control decks, which I see a lot in my meta. They take out Tumble Magnet s, Contagion Engine s and stuff like Blightsteel Colossus .

Vampire Nighthawk s are removal on a stick. Lifegain is just gravey.

June 24, 2011 12:56 p.m.

weterr123 says... #45

This deck is awesome, as your decks usually are, kudos once again!! Purely for my dislike of 3-ofs, I would exchange a Go for the Throat for a Dark Tutelage or vice versa... not that it would make much difference. +1 mate

June 25, 2011 6:13 p.m.

@ weterr123 thanks so much for the compliment and the vote, man!

As for your hatred for 3-ofs, I don't want to run 4 dark tutes as I need to have my average cmc as low as possible, and I don't want to run 4 GFtTs because they will be dead draws first round against Tezz decks. Thing is this e deck is a bit of a delima. I need enough removal and draw to kill every creature my opponant casts plus keep 1 of my own creatures around, and that balance is obviously different with every new opponent. That's why the sideboard is the way it is, and that's why the deck has so many 2-ofs and 3-ofs. I still think I'm looking for the best brew.

Any suggestions are welcomed!

June 26, 2011 4:07 a.m.

@ weterr123 thanks so much for the compliment and the vote, man!

As for your hatred for 3-ofs, I don't want to run 4 dark tutes as I need to have my average cmc as low as possible, and I don't want to run 4 GFtTs because they will be dead draws first round against Tezz decks. Thing is this e deck is a bit of a delima. I need enough removal and draw to kill every creature my opponant casts plus keep 1 of my own creatures around, and that balance is obviously different with every new opponent. That's why the sideboard is the way it is, and that's why the deck has so many 2-ofs and 3-ofs. I still think I'm looking for the best brew.

Any suggestions are welcomed!

June 26, 2011 4:09 a.m.

weterr123 says... #48

Hmmm, ok, well I think the solution is quite simple. Blade of the Bloodchief is a perfect addition, given that creatures are going to falling left right and centre. Lol, hate is a bit extreme regarding the numbers, I just feel 2s and 4s are so much neater, it's like a mini OCD complex when it comes to deck construction. To make room for my suggestion, I would drop a highborn and a gatekeeper (going down to 3, but it's not my deck!!) as they are still going to play the part, but for the combo and amount of kill spells, 4s are not necessary. And it drops the average cmc ;-)

By the way, ironic as it is, I built a deck utilizing 3's last night to go for the consistency and get over my 3 dislike; and I feel it works. Your opinion of this (and my other 3 decks) would be really cool (I have a highly scored vamp deck too)

deck:the-ultimate-in-battlefield-dominance

Thanks

June 26, 2011 7:50 a.m.

ichanette says... #49

what can temporarily replace Phyrexian Obliterator here? its not that i don't like it but i'm really not a fan of it....

July 3, 2011 3:21 a.m.

I can't think of a bigger threat for 4 mana. Why arn't you a fan?

July 3, 2011 10:33 a.m.

Sorry for the lack of tournament details on this deck. The past 2 months have been busier than I would have liked. The only two tournaments I have been able to attend I have had to drop out of half-way both due to scheduling conflicts. If anyone has net-decked this recently I would love to hear the results.

Hopefully I can get some play in soon.

July 15, 2011 11:34 a.m.

chanjohnboi says... #52

Got any plans for this deck after the rotation in October?

September 18, 2011 8:18 a.m.

If I could find another jank combo that involved dealing damage as a trigger, and combo pieces that cost 1 or 2 mana apiece, I might try to rebuild it with those cards. Unfortunately, I don't see that in Innastrad. I'll probably have to wait til we go back to Zendikar to hopefully see some reprints. I'm pretty sure this combo is just a flash in the pan, as far as standard goes.

Now modern or legacy...that's a good question. I haven't even started working on that.

Suggestions are welcome!

September 18, 2011 10:32 a.m.

mozerdozer says... #54

Captivating Vampire would probably make the Vampire aggro win-con stronger and allows for more creature control.

September 18, 2011 12:25 p.m.

Scary, man. you could also stick in Bloodthrone vampire to make use of more sac. +1

September 18, 2011 1:04 p.m.

x754 says... #56

Don't see why people don't like Dark Tutelage . It's a lesser form of Necropotence that basically doubles card advantage. As long as Suicide Black can continuously play powerful spells, preferably lifelinking threats, then it will kill the enemy before it kills itself.

August 10, 2012 5:31 a.m.

Nicolis says... #57

I LOVE THIS! +1

August 14, 2012 11:45 p.m.

Hey thanks for the comments! I haven't played this since it dropped out of standard, but it really was a fun, effective deck while it lasted!

August 16, 2012 2:18 a.m.

Deco_y says... #59

I remember back when I voted for this deck haha.

August 16, 2012 2:24 a.m.

Dark Tutelage is an amazing card, as long as you can control it.

I'm wondering how to take this deck modern. Ideas?

August 16, 2012 2:26 a.m.

Deco_y says... #61

A Nocturnus Vampire deck with some Obliterators would be SICK. Looks like you already have most of the cards.

August 16, 2012 2:27 a.m.

Deco_y says... #62

I'd rather run Bloodgift Demon than Dark Tutelage . 2 more mana but easier ability to control. Or negate the extra 2 mana with Heartless Summoning .

August 16, 2012 2:29 a.m.

like the Bloodgift Demon but not so much Heartless Summoning . With this deck, you really need to focus on doing 2+ damage with your dudes each swing.

August 16, 2012 2:37 a.m.

Deco_y says... #64

Yea it only really works if you use fatties. Having a 4 mana cap makes it pretty useless haha.

I've only attempted to make 1 modern deck ever and it was pretty focused. On the bright side most of the amazing Vamp cards are in Zendikar.

Actually I would look at Exquisite Blood for this deck. Swing big!

August 16, 2012 2:42 a.m.

Deco_y says... #65

Or if you really like having Mindcrank in this deck, Haunting Echoes . I know these cards I'm suggesting are a little higher mana but worth a look

August 16, 2012 2:44 a.m.

Askani28 says... #66

Awesome deck! The Phyrexian Obliterator is a win-con all by himself, and he's sexy. Need 4! Your mana curve is so low, I suppose it wouldn't really slow the deck down to add 2 Obliterators, and it would add 2 extra win-cons if the infinite loop doesn't go off. Unless you really need the deck to be that fast... I only play casual multiplayer so our format is extremely slow compared to this.

Why the sideboarded Rust Tick ? I know it's against artifacts, but its such a bad card, and it ruins your mana curve. Wouldn't it be more efficient to simply add 2 more Duress ?


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August 30, 2012 9:14 p.m.

Askani28 says... #67

Oh and you've got a +1 from me! :)

August 30, 2012 9:15 p.m.

Thanks for the +1! I do intend to check your game out, its such an awesome idea.

The Rust Tick is in there only to deal with the control decks that were using Tumble Magnet in my meta. It is a pretty bad card. But this deck plays control so the 3 cost after an opponent pays 2 for the magnet didn't seem too bad. Now that the deck is only playable in modern, it really has no purpose.

Any ideas to make it work better in modern is welcome!

August 30, 2012 9:45 p.m.

Askani28 says... #69

Oh, I would have suggested Phyrexian Gremlins instead of the thick but I'm not sure if it's Modern or Paleolithic... Loll

But in Modern there is Relic Barrier , it does what the thick does, but it's cheaper and harder to get rid of. Only problem is that it lets the artifact untap each turn before tapping again. I'm still voting on more Duress -like spells to get rid of artifacts though, for black it seems like the best option against metal stuff.

August 30, 2012 10:16 p.m.

Ashturi says... #70

Why is this missing 2 cards?

August 12, 2015 12:02 a.m.

Don't know, haven't looked at it in 3 years or so. Fixed it. Sideboard is a wreck atm. I'm also considering splashing red for burn.

August 12, 2015 10:01 a.m.

budlaorf says... #72

Hey man, I like the deck a lot but there's a big card you are missing. It even fits the deck name. Replace/upgrade Dark Tutelage for the always amazing Phyrexian Arena. You won't be forced to reveal the card you draw, and you will only lose a max of 1 life each time.

September 22, 2015 7:28 p.m.

@budlaorf Good idea!

September 23, 2015 8:59 a.m.

+1!!! *166 upvote! Bile Blight!?!

October 20, 2016 12:51 a.m.

Nice devotion! A Gray Merchant of Asphodel would fit so nice...

November 17, 2016 3:47 p.m.

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+1 Inquisition of Kozilek main
+1 Mindcrank main
-1 Go for the Throat main
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+2 Hideous End side
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