Consuming Aberration

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed 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
Vintage Legal

Consuming Aberration

Creature — Horror

This creature's power and toughness are each equal to the number of cards in your opponents' graveyards.

Whenever you cast a spell, each opponent reveals cards from the top of their library until they reveal a land card, then puts those cards into their graveyard.

Sheahi on I Draw, You Mill. That Simple.

2 months ago

jonny909090 I run a similar Commander deck Mortivore, Consuming Aberration, Black Vise, Forced Fruition and my 2 favorite card combo Peer into the Abyss with (what you already have) Sphinx's Tutelage (or any similar mill/draw cards) and to hold my deck over I like to use cards like Venser's Journal and it's lesser counter part Ivory Tower

(I don't know how to remove my previous comment)

wallisface on Mill, suggestions are welcome :)

3 months ago

ConversationR6 multiple copies of fraying sanity do stack, but realistically drawing a second one is pointless. By the time you reach turn 4, your opponent shouldn’t have more than ~20 cards left, so any one mill card will kill them anyway. In that same vein, Fraying Sanity hasn’t done anything better than represent a single mill-spell, so it’s almost always worse than just running a mill-spell in its place. Drawing a second Fraying Sanity is almost always a dead-draw, as its not actually helping you mill anything.

If you’re goal is to mill, then you shouldn’t be running any creatures other than Ruin Crab/Hedron Crab. Having “strong” creatures doesn’t help you at all to achieve your goal of milling out your opponent, and will effectively be cards in your hand that fail to help you achieve your goal. Consuming Aberration in particular is super-unideal, as no game with a mill deck should be going long enough for you to have 5 lands in play to cast it.

For reference on how a competitive mill deck looks, I have an example list here

Gleeock on Creature Donation Ideas

3 months ago

After a leaked commander came out I need some suggestions for good creatures to donate to opponents in . Details as follows: End step I get to give opponent my creature, goad it rest of game, give it +2/+2 counters, IMPORTANT creature cannot be sac'd. Lastly, whenever a creature I own but don't control attacks I draw a card.

So far, I have: 1. Demonic Taskmaster 2. Plague Reaver 3. Abhorrent Overlord 4. Consuming Aberration

legendofa on Cards that getting stronger

6 months ago

It seems like pretty much anything with an cost to cast or use an ability of will fit. Other ideas are "number of (whatever)" in play or that you control, like Kaya's Wrath or Consuming Aberration. Multikicker should work well.

Are you looking for any specific colors? Rosheen Meanderer builds off the X-cost idea,

BlackGtitan on Horror Creeping in the Shadows

6 months ago

Brian-123 those are all great suggestions! And all cards I own, but I realized I forgot to explain why I hadn't used them.

I Chose to select each player or each opponent cards for the mill and graveyard hate as I usually play in a 3 to 5 man Pod and very rarely end up in duels. Thus I felt sharing the hate was a good idea

Brian-123 on Horror Creeping in the Shadows

6 months ago

whoops for got an awesome mill card Mind Funeral and I feel Consuming Aberration has a place among the horror creatures

wallisface on Mill help!

8 months ago

Some thoughts:

I'm not sure what your budget it, but here is an example of a top-end, well-tuned Mill deck, for comparison.

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