Carrion Feeder

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper Duel Commander Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Premodern Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal

Carrion Feeder

Creature — Zombie

Carrion Feeder can't block.

Sacrifice a creature: Put a +1/+1 counter on Carrion Feeder.

ClockworkSwordfish on Stairwell to the Apocalypse

6 days ago

Always love to see decks built around my favourite card! This looks like a solid build, and the focus on one-drops should help it build up quite quickly.

Some other suggestions I think you might like to consider:

Vengeful Dead is nasty with the Stairwell, since it triggers on each player's turn, and he counts each player's dying zombies. You can very easily wipe out multiple foes without even attacking if you pair these two together.

Twisted Abomination is a little slow, but he's a two mana way to grab another land while simultaneously putting another body in your graveyard. And if you draw him in the late game, a 5/3 regenerator isn't too shabby!

Noxious Ghoul is a rude one, since he also counts everyone's zombies and will quickly wipe the board of anything that isn't undead. And of course, the more creatures die... the more zombies are showing up!

Gravespawn Sovereign: of course, you don't want your opponent to be getting too many zombies... since your own tokens can't attack on other peoples' turns, you can just tap five of them (after combat) to reanimate one of your foe's dead critters for free. Talk about adding insult to injury.

Sadistic Hypnotist meanwhile, acknowledges that all of your zombie tokens are dying at the end of each turn regardless. You can feed them to Carrion Feeder, of course, or you can also cash them in to empty out your opponent's hand in short order. Not a bad option to have.

BruhYouFarted on Rakdos Aristocrats

1 month ago

Also, I would personally either chuck the com-bo into the sun or go all in. Is this a combo deck, or an aggro/stompy one? Because if you're going aggro, you have 7 wasted slots, and if you're playing combo, you have 32. All in, or duck out. Simple as that.

If you want to go stompy, I'd personally recommend Nested Shambler or Grim Initiate for their Double-Lives, and possibly a full set of Myr Servitor for grindy matches. If going in for the combo, go with Viscera Seer, Dusk Legion Zealot, Street Wraith, and Sign in Blood; with an Impact Tremors in the back because Spoiler Alert: Control Decks don't care too much about your 99/99 Carrion Feeder unless you're able to wrestle them into submission with your lack of card advantage.

This is not meant to be harsh, just to say the reality. I wish we were in a Magical Christmas Land where this kind of decks can fly, however that is not the timeline we live in.

Saccox on Ob Sacrifice

1 month ago

Drellinomi sembra che ci sono tante creature da sacrificare e tante che ti danno effetti positivi quando sacrifichi,ma troppe poche cose che ti fanno sacrificare. Un classico da mettere é Carrion Feeder,é d' obbligo ;)

coolcid78 on Myrkul, Bone Daddy

1 month ago

you have 2 Carrion Feeders

lagotripha on Cult of the Forgotten Gods

1 month ago

Biggest question - how competitive do you want to be? Cause there are great sacrifice cards and effects for competitive play that just shouldn't mix with things on a more fun casual level.

On the competitive end, I'd look at CMC 1 and two, with a focus on card advantage and disruption; Bomat Courier for refilling the hand, Cabal Therapist as ersatz thoughtsieze, Carrion Feeder and Ravenous Squirrel as a chunky creature and repeatable sac outlet, cards like Dockside Chef as extra squirrel copies, there are a lot of really good options.

The hard part is what you are trying to sacrifice - cards that like being in the graveyard and come back tend to get pricy, meaning that you'll probably get more from token value - Mogg War Marshal is about the best budget option, but even there its only 3 triggers for two mana. An artifacts matter list is an option - bomat courier, Glaze Fiend, the dog from the new set and so on would let you run Oni-Cult Anvil or Pia's Revolution for a lot of value, while also taking advantage of treasure, blood food and other 'artifact tokens' as they are printed.

Young Pyromancer is a classic for a reason, but it does need instants and sorceries - more value from Dragon Fodder, but less from return from graveyard effects.

All told, a lot of it is about the kind of deck you want to build. All in elemental awakener is great, trying to loop changelings with awakener and stuff like Prowess of the Fair is hilarious if you want to go that route too.

ThatWeirdPerson on Its Just a Flesh Wound (Budget Almost-cEDH Meren)

2 months ago

Well Coretapper and Magistrate's Scepter is a win con, I didn't want to focus on it because there are many other ways to win by bringing back Avenger of Zendikar once or twice, or sacrificing a ton of stuff to Carrion Feeder, Defiant Salvager, Fallen Angel and Ravenous Gigantotherium. Kessig Cagebreakers and Titan Hunter can rack up damage quite quick too. For this reason I don't think the excessive amount of mana rocks are necessary but some of the tors you included I may work on implementing such as Final Parting because it gets me both Coretapper and Magistrate's Scepter and Wishclaw Talisman because it has a chance to to that. Maybe some of the others if I find cards to replace

SueMe on Hogaak: My Favorite (Infinite) Combo Deck

2 months ago

Hey welcome back killer_eye!

I'm not sure about replacing Carrion Feeder. Our curve being what it is, I'd prefer keeping 1-drops instead of expanding our 2-drop slot.

You do make an interesting point! Perhaps Bloodthrone Vampire should go in somewhere....

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