Bloodletter of Aclazotz

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Brawl Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Pre-release Legal
Standard Legal
Vintage Legal

Bloodletter of Aclazotz

Creature — Vampire Demon


If an opponent would lose life during your turn, they lose twice that much life instead. (Damage causes loss of life.)

DarkKiridon on How Good is Death Cloud?

1 month ago

Fraying Omnipotence is better in my opinion. I run it in my Clavileno, First of the Blessed deck paired with Bloodletter of Aclazotz.

Aside from that I'm sure there are better options to choose from for you. :)

Titus7007 on Gary Murder Scene

1 month ago

Profet93 I'm newish to Commander after playing a lot of Standard on Arena since coming back to the game. Mostly I need help with things like how much removal/lands/mana rocks to run.

Also, Commander has so many unspoken nuances, I hope to avoid playing things that everyone hates, hence Bloodletter of Aclazotz and Fraying Omnipotence not being the win-con

Rocketman988 on Demon Till Your Dreams Come True

2 months ago

MightyPox, I did indeed miss your initial comment somehow! I was traveling and replied on mobile, so I blame the small screen. I also really love my demons and it hurts to take any out, so I'm constantly shifting the mix between demons and enablers depending on what I feel is strongest at the moment. We just got some AWESOME new demons though, so I'm tweaking the list towards the creature side again.

Bloodletter of Aclazotz and Rakdos, Patron of Chaos absolutely need to be in the deck. Infernal Sovereign is tricky, and I'm still on the fence, but I'm going to try it out and see. It can fuel some absolutely insane turns, adds bonus value to our cheap spells like rituals and loots, but it's a real feels bad to have if trying to use Sire Of Insanity. High risk high reward, which I want to love.

Bringer of the Last Gift and Scourge of the Skyclaves are both reanimation nonbos, so I don't like them for that reason. I hate paying full cost for my demons since I've worked in so much synergy with cheating creatures. If you like them, run them! They are fun demons for sure. :)

The Balrog of Moria keeps popping in and out of my list, and he's so close to worth it. We'll see if the heavier creature focus I'm shifting back towards gets him a spot.

ThassaUpYo@ssa on Be'Elz A'Boot

2 months ago


I do like MImic Vat, though as I mentioned before it's super difficult to make a slot. I'm honestly a huge fan of Great Unclean One. I had a game the other night where I had him, Bloodletter of Aclazotz, and Phyrexian Metamorph out (as a copy of Great Unclean One) - that was a pretty solid board even without Be'Lakor, the Dark Master out. Tough decision because MImic Vat grants some security and a little bit of control...

Sky_Blue_Skies on "Baneslayer Black"

2 months ago

Hey many thanks! The Mutavault + Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth package is definitely appealing and something I'd like to keep my eye on going forward, though I've opted out of using them at present due to mana consistency considerations with my 4x Castle Locthwain and 4x Bloodletter of Aclazotz, two absolute cornerstones of this build. (As far as I can tell from watching others play similar decks, you gain a lot of edges by more or less insuring that your mana only helps and virtually never hinders you--Mutavault, while very powerful, is also a recipe for occasional mana screw). Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx is also (obviously) appealing if somewhat less competitive, but at this time I'm not even sure what I would do with the extra mana save for spending it occasionally on Tainted Adversary triggers!

irmsilver on Bloodletter of Aclazotz vs. Paying …

2 months ago

Thank you for your answer. I believe my confusion came from not from mentally separating the paying of life and then the actual losing of life.

So alternatively, this means that (during my turn) if my opponent has 4 life and controls Platinum Angel, they could still cast Dismember targeting my Bloodletter of Aclazotz by announcing their casting it for {1} and 4 life. But then Bloodletter sees that they would lose 4 life from paying 4 life, and changes that loss to 8. They wouldn't actually be paying more life than they have, but would still actually go to a -4 life total.

irmsilver on Bloodletter of Aclazotz vs. Paying …

2 months ago

Bloodletter of Aclazotz has a replacement effect that makes your opponents lose twice as much life whenever they would lose life during your turn. Since paying life is also losing life, I'm a little confused as to how this card works regarding that.

For example, an opponent controls Font of Agonies, and same opponent tries to cast Dismember targeting my Bloodletter for the cost of {1} and 4 life during my turn. Do they pay 4 life but lose 8 life (and put 4 Blood Counters on font), or would the spell actually require paying 8 life to cast (putting eight Blood Counters on Font)?

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