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Diregraf Captain could help you deal damage with the sacrificing of gravecrawler, as could Bloodflow Connoisseur(on a side note giving you a very big attacker considering you have a decent amoutn of land)
May 14, 2012 3:48 p.m.
I had Bloodflow Connoisseur in there originally but I would rather have a zombie to better the chances of Gravecrawler having a buddy to visit, but there are no standard zombies that can sac a creature at will. I also ended up using the Demonmail Hauberk because it's harder to get rid of most of the time and is a nice buff. Diregraf Captain would add blue which hurts my combo.
May 14, 2012 4:29 p.m.
umm, i'd go UB on this one...
I reaally dislike the equipment...
May 18, 2012 7:47 p.m.
I have another deck, Jinxed Zombie, that uses blue and it has similar effects of making opponents loose life through sacrificing to Fallen Ideal. I feel like if I added Blue it would essentially become a standard version of that deck. I have the captain and grimgrin in there, but using him as a sac outlet is really hard. The issues that I have with grimgrin are 1. usually he can't stay out for more than 2 turns. 2. He is expensive and easier to remove than an artifact. 3. Adding blue for a vulnerable sac outlet that's expensive to put out, and the captain who's role is essentially already filled doesn't seem worth it.
Play test it and see how it works out. I don't have a sideboard yet and I would love to hear ideas for it and create one.
May 19, 2012 12:17 p.m.
I like this deck. This is actually similar to what I was trying to do earlier before I splashed blue into my zombie deck. I have to agree with the sentiment that Diregraf Captain adds a lot to the deck if you are willing to splash blue. I think you'd be surprised on how well it works - and you can easily get rid of Falkenrath Noble if you have them.
I do, however, agree with leaving Demonmail Hauberk in. It is underrated and really should be in this deck for easy removal and a nice upgrade for an attacking creature. And it'll give you a chance to attack with Blood Artist
August 7, 2012 2:59 a.m.
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This deck is Modern legal.