Blood Moon

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Oldschool 93/94 Legal
Premodern Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal

Blood Moon


Nonbasic lands are Mountains.

Icbrgr on FNM/Thursday Night Modern Report

2 weeks ago

@IndepenentMeta I no longer have the decklist on here but it was a Blue moon homebrew... dusted off an old deck and brought it to locals which in essence looked like this:

intended to attack the opponents mana base... then bounce/burn/countermagic

my decklist didnt really have a solid Win Condition.... it had a single copy of Emrakul, the Aeons Torn and tamiyo ult with burn.... i was able to be a nuisance at times but could never really capitalize on turning to corner... best games were basically just taking a longer time to lose lol.... its no worries though!

Steamroll on Grumgully Tribal

2 weeks ago

-Consider getting rid of Blood Moon cause everyone hates that card as it just ruins the fun at the table lol.
-Branching Evolution, Hardened Scales, and Master Chef allow you to double counters and get really out of hand if you have 2 or 3 doubling effects on the board at once.
-Primal Vigor is another Doubling Season and is great but is a double-edged sword as it also effects your opponents.

My version of this deck I just updated just to give you some ideas...
(I don't run any infinite combos because I loath them, just a fyi.)

Very Generous Goblins

Commander / EDH Steamroll


Maaloufler on Gooble Goblin

3 weeks ago

I'd consider running Blood Moon over the magus. And I'd drop the Muxus count down to 2. Even though you can cheat it out with the lackey it can end up as a dead card in your hand.

Xica on Chandra or Blood Moon?

3 weeks ago

I have to point out that Chandra, Torch of Defiance is not what she used to be.

In my estimation she was up there head to head Jace, the Mind Sculptor as the most powerful walker at 4 mana. Then planswalker targeting rules got "errata-ed".

Before the errata, her 1st ability (like all damage aimed at players) could be redirected to hit walkers - which couldn't be targeted by damage spell, instead you had to redirect the damage you aimed at the player controlling the walker.

As such Chandra, Dressed to Kill is "THE" red planeswalker.

In regards to Blood Moon i would say that its likely to become more and more powerful, as effective zero deckbuilding cost domain decks are likely to become more and more common due to cards like Prismatic Ending & Leyline Binding. Which make things like aspiring spike's self mill combo borderline immune to hate.
I would also like to note, that said deck is likely to become the Tier0,5 to Tier0 format warping force. Free counters + t3feri + 2 playset of universal removal + instant win?
...i have hard time immaginig hate cards that could work.

Yes, blood moon is not an auto win.
However it delays your opponent enough to give you a fighting chance.

wallisface on Chandra or Blood Moon?

3 weeks ago

Control decks have access to much more practical/better finishers than Chandra. Teferi, Hero of Dominaria often serves as something that can close out a game pretty, as can the Hall of Storm Giants you're already running.

Blood Moon may be very strong in your local meta, its not something I think this community will be able to comment on as we don't know what you regularly play against. Based on the MTGO meta, I wouldn't think it's worth running in this shell.

Personally I think there are some cards in the mainboard that are quite questionable at the moment that may be worth more thought, rather that trying to squeeze red into this deck. Namely, Otherworldly Gaze feels very impractical for a control deck, as its giving you card-disadvantage (and card advantage is generally the only way control can survive). Devastation Tide fits in that same bucket. Thought Scour seems like a really weak way to cantrip in control, and I can only assume you have it because you're trying to force Murktide Regent into this shell. My big concern is that 19 lands is criminally-low for a control deck, and means you're very unlikely to get your 3rd land drop reliably at all.

It feels like your low land-count and questionable mainboard choices are going to make it hard for you to currently control the game, and I'm not sure either of these red cards address those issues at all

MistaMint on Torbran's Goblin Hose

3 weeks ago

Max_Hammer all of those would have been great suggestions before I put in Blood Moon

wallisface on Chandra or Blood Moon?

3 weeks ago

I feel like the wrong deck might be linked here? There's never any reason for this kind of shell to be running Chandra, Torch of Defiance at all imo. Whether or not you run Blood Moon is entirely a meta call, as Icbrgr already mentioned, but again I'm not sure this deck really wants to be fighting down that avenue.

Why are you feeling the need to splash red in this deck? What are you hoping Chandra, Torch of Defiance or Blood Moon will actually accomplish here?

Icbrgr on Chandra or Blood Moon?

3 weeks ago

Blood Moon is just meta dependent... its a great card for sure some decks just dont care about it and can get needed basics in play before blood moon matters.... I say if you feel blood moon would perform well in your playgroup then absolutely go for it.

IMO Chandra, Torch of Defiance is just amazing in general... but i dont think she is worth splashing over.... but splashing red for moon and artifact hate or Abrade seems reasonable.

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