Blood Seeker

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy 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
Pauper Legal
Pauper Duel Commander Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Blood Seeker

Creature — Vampire Shaman

Whenever a creature enters the battlefield under an opponent's control, you may have that player lose 1 life.

Basshunter on Death by Tokens

2 weeks ago

Go on with your work here and youll habe a nice deck. Please think about Tombstone Stairwell, this card is super strong here. If there are like 5-10 creatures in all graveyards, you will make 5-10 creatures every round, not just yours. And you can keep your token while everybody else sacrifice them. This card is an absolute wincon in here.

I even think you cutted too many payoff/aristocrats cards like Zulaport Cutthroat, Blood Artist or Blood Seeker. The Meathook Massacre will do good work aswell, you can even swap for a boardwipe.

There are too many token creators in here without a strong impact

BirdieGirlie on Black Parmesan

2 months ago

This is a very, very intriguing start of a decklist!!!! I was just looking at another deck that had the enchantment Skybind - I think it would be fascinating to do a black/white deck combining some of these very powerful ETB effects with the flicker effect of that card, multiplied by Panharmonicon!!!!

Just some random black, white, or black/white cards I think might have good ETB effects for this concept:

Gnawing Vermin

Thieves' Guild Enforcer

Cauldron Familiar

Blood Seeker

Burglar Rat

Corpse Knight

Corrupt Court Official

Dirty Rat

Gatekeeper of Malakir

Tainted Adversary

Basilica Bell-Haunt

Company Commander (I mainly play big casual multi-person games so this suggestion is with that in mind!)

Slumbering Keepguard

Soul Warden

Charming Prince

I'd make a list of all the cheap enchantments I think might work for this too, but I see I am already going overboard.

Tbh I am a fairly new player and very new to deckbuilding but thought I'd drop you a line!!!

kangbu on You Gotta Pay The Troll Toll

7 months ago

Great deck man! Have you thought of giving more tokens to your opponents?

Infernal Genesis might work with the theme of tokens dying, makes your commander get big faster. Blood Seeker works with your commanders ability as well.

jdogz32 on

11 months ago

I really appreciate the feedback wallisface legendofa I completely took out white. It was mostly just instances of life gain. I replace Suture Priest with Blood Seeker and Blood Artist. I added that amazing Enchantment Illness in the Ranks I thought for sure I'd have to splash red for that same effect. I also tried to find more cards that added tokens to their side of the battlefield but came up mostly empty handed. The next best thing I could find was Hunted Horror the other hunteds I wasn't too impressed with. Hunted Troll wasn't bad but I don't think he's worth splashing another color for.

legendofa on

11 months ago

This sort of deck usually uses some amount of for Blood Seeker, Trespasser's Curse, and/or Illness in the Ranks. This deck in particular also has eleven blink effects, but only really wants to blink Hunted Phantasm. I recommend cutting most of these and adding more protection and ways to win.

If you want to stay in , Ghostly Prison and Windborn Muse help prevent attackers, and Boarded Window and Cumber Stone reduce damage. Just note that your damage output will be slowed, so you'll have to find ways to stay active.

legendofa on Creatures that do Damage Over …

1 year ago

Are there any specific colors, mana values, or creature types you want to emphasize? Off the top of my head, without looking anything up, there's Burning-Tree Shaman, Blood Seeker, Suture Priest, and Blood Artist.

wallisface on Improvements?

1 year ago

The list looks alright. Typically I see decks like this running playsets of both Trespasser's Curse and Blood Seeker so that all those creatures you give the opponent hurt them even more.

legendofa on Need a home for my …

2 years ago

I see two broad themes here: self-mill and "enters the battlefield" and "dies" triggers. Self-mill lets you get a lot of tokens out quickly, while ETB and dies triggers take advantage of the token production and their inevitable death. (I don't think it's worth it to keep the Stairwell around after the upkeep cost becomes a liability. Just let 'em die, and bring back the enchantment if you want to.)

Dread Return could work in a self-mill reanimator, along with Mausoleum Secrets as a tutor.

ETB and dies triggers could make a sort of Soul Sisters/Blood Brothers deck, with Blood Artist, Blood Seeker, Soul Warden, Soul's Attendant, and related cards.

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