Bojuka Bog enters the battlefield tapped.
When Bojuka Bog enters the battlefield, exile all cards from target player's graveyard.
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Bojuka Bog Discussion
2 days ago
1 week ago
Its still not a bad card to run to get some value into the yard, and if someone tries to Bojuka Bog your graveyard you can crack it to get the cards back into your library instead of exile.. not sure its worth a slot though. I would also consider Hagra Mauling Flip in place of maybe Silver Myr or Doom Blade. i know its a little more mana but its great to draw when you don't need a land and great to draw when you do need a land lol. i love the MDFC land cards and really try to squeeze 2-4 in any deck i build (as long as they fit the theme). nothing worse then missing a land drop or drawing lands when its not what you want.. the MDFC's are a great fix to this problem.
2 weeks ago
Take a look at Glint-Horn Buccaneer for doing damage when you activate Anje. I always like Living Death as a way to turn a somewhat board wipe into a lot of value and having Flayer of the Hatebound in your graveyard or Warstorm Surge on the field when you do can be a win. Bojuka Bog is a good value land to tie with Living Death to make sure one opponent gets nothing. More optional, but Garna, the Bloodflame can give you a lot more uses with Anje when you flash it out. Lastly, I would recommend switching out some stuff like Footfall Crater and Grimoire of the Dead with random madness cards to fuel Anje and get to your game winners. It's not that these cards don't work in the deck, but they just aren't as impactful.
I designed Anje around a vampire sub theme and really leaned into her madness ability. Here is mine: https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/03-01-20-anje-falkenrath/
2 weeks ago
Hello! I've played Bosh amongst tons of other mono red artifact decks, so I would like to give my 2 cents on him while answering your questions.
- Mono red is a very fun artifact deck. I've built Daretti, Scrap Savant, Slobad, Goblin Tinkerer, Bosh, Iron Golem and Kurkesh, Onakke Ancient. While Bosh is SUPER fun, I felt he was too slow, fragile, and mana intensive. If you insist on running him I'd recommend running protection cards such as Swiftfoot Boots, Lightning Greaves, and Slobad, Goblin Tinkerer. While I loved all of these as commanders, I felt that Slobad was my favorite. Free sac outlet in the command zone/protection for key on the field artifacts is nothing to scoff at. In terms of adding other colors, you could certainly do that. I've also run a deck like this with Rakdos, Lord of Riots. Scrap Mastery was a bit of a backup plan, but saved me post boardwipe many a time. The deck revolved around pinging opponent and using Rakdos's reduction ability to play giant artifact creatures. I don't sadly have the list on me anymore, (I don't believe) but I will return after this comment to repost if I find it.
Sadly I never inputted a list before taking it apart as my playgroup didn't exactly enjoy it. What I can recommend though is a lot of egg cards. Egg is a term for a card like Chromatic Star/Ichor Wellspring. They add mana/cards when sacced/etb. When using Scrap Mastery you can get a bunch of Card Advantage after these re=enter the field.
When playing general reanimator decks you need to watch out for for graveyard hate. One Tormod's Crypt and your whole deck is ruined! Cards like Perpetual Timepiece are irreplaceable, as they not only mill you for more cards to Scrap Mastery back, but can save your grave in a pinch! When playing against it I would Bojuka Bog this deck immediately. Graveyard decks are a powerhouse when left unchecked.
I hope some of this helped. Happy brewing!
EDIT: I was looking for my list for Rakdos and found it!
3 weeks ago
Pretty tight build. Some sideboard suggestions might be Dismember and Surgical Extraction for removal, and something like Bojuka Bog for graveyard hate. Otherwise it depends a lot on what types of decks you most often come up against.
3 weeks ago
First things first, love the build. Never saw an all vampire list for devotion.
The only thing I would change is your side-board.
I would remove scavenger grounds for Bojuka Bog due to all of the black mana symbols.
Cut a copy of extirpate. Even though it's in the side-board having too much of this effect can be a problem. Unlike discard (which can be used throughout the game), exile effects like this have a tendency to be really bad in the mid to late game. There will be times you top deck it and there are no targets. In place of the one copy I would run a copy of Murderous Rider.
To summarize I would make these changes to the side-board.
-4 Scavenger Grounds, +4 Bojuka Bog -1 Extirpate, +1 Murderous Rider
On an end note, have you toyed around with the idea of Sorin, Imperious Bloodlord? It can pump up vampires, act as removal and when you cast it on turn three you can use his ultimate to put nocturnus into play a turn earlier. Running it will also allow you to run different vampires in the side-board as answers for specific matches. An example would be Blood Baron of Vizkopa. Not say to run Blood Baron, but it is an absolute nightmare for most midrange and control decks. Aggro also struggles with it.
Overall +1 from me.
4 weeks ago
We also mustn’t forget blacks ability to attack the entire graveyard with things like;
And go after specific cards in your hand, library and graveyard like;
1 month ago
That is definitely a route you can take. You can even do a token sub-theme. The biggest issue is that it is easy to remove your graveyard with cards like Bojuka Bog. You would have to really navigate around that. The better play is to have Kathril, Aspect Warper be a keyword distributor or like a "Voltron" Commander. I think with Akroma, Vision of Ixidor in my deck, I am going to go the distributor route.