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|Playing since||Revised Edition|
|Avg. deck rating||25.45|
|Favorite formats||Standard,Commander / EDH,Modern|
|Good Card Suggestions||2|
|Last activity||1 day|
Nutsii As soon as play proceeds to the beginning of a combat step (yours or your opponent's), the Demon's ability triggers and goes onto the stack. That means you (and your opponent) have a chance to respond to it before your opponent gets to sacrifice a creature and tap the Deon.
So you could, in response to your Demon's ability triggering, sacrifice your Festering Newt to your Blood Bairn . Then the Newt's death ability triggers--it goes on top of the Demon's ability on the stack--and you can, say, give your opponent's Elvish Mystic -1/-1. Then he'll have to sacrifice something else if he wants to tap your Demon since your Newt's ability killed the Elf.
Hope that made some sense, let me know if I can clarify anything on these mechanics though :D
Nutsii no worries! Feel free to build your own version of this deck, or even a carbon copy! Magic needs more consderate folks like you; most people at my shop just rip off pro tour winning decks. :-) Good luck with your build! Would love to hear how it runs.