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Quag Vampire's aren't standard. Neither is Terminate, Dark Ritual and Sadistic Sacriment.
My deck, deck:leas-friday-night-vampires, is an example vampire deck that is fast and aggressive.
But there are other cheap vampire drops. You want to be running about 8+ 1 drops (a playset of Stromkirk Noble s, 2-4 Vexing Devil s or Diregraf Ghoul and 4 Tragic Slip . 6-8 2 drops. (For example, a 2 Child of Night and 2 Blood Artist or 2 Falkenrath Exterminator , and 2-4 bits of removal like Doom Blade or Go for the Throat . 6 3 drops (Stromkirk Captain is a must, Rakish Heir Markov Blademaster or Vampire Nighthawk are also good.)) Then 2-5 4 drops ((Falkenrath Aristocrat , Olivia and Vampire Nocturnus but only Nocturnus if you run mostly to mono black.
+1 for building strong on a budget!
Are you trying to keep this type 2? I ran blue/red proliferate vampires for a while, and Volt Charge is your best friend. Killing chump blockers and pumping your vamps with existing 1/1 counters at instant speed is fun.
Thanks Stalin. It was actually tough trying to find cards that matched my budget, but I think I got it in the end. Those are great cards that could go really well, especially the proliferate. Thanks for your advice, and I'm gonna see how it works out with this, then probably add in Volt Charge s, because it seems like a great way to really give my vamps that extra boost.
I run a vampire deck too. Here is something you can try add in Bloodthrone Vampire they are cheap with Essence Harvest which is cheap to. This is a good combo and it it standard. And I would add Bloodline Keeper and maybe Falkenrath Exterminator he is cheap
Anytime! Building on a budget is tough, I know how it goes. He doesn't have the vampire tribal synergy, but Stormblood Berserker Is a fantastic proliferate target, who is also tough to block. Shrine of Burning Rage is amazing, and card:Tezzeret's Gambit might possibly be worth running.