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Creature — Demon
Whenever Daemogoth Titan attacks or blocks, sacrifice a creature.
3 months ago
Beledros Witherbloom will create pests for you each upkeep. Culling Ritual is a great token board wipe, with the bonus of extra mana. Daemogoth Titan can make you a boatload of pests when paired with Tend the Pests. The Meathook Massacre can also provide you with an alternate wincon.
4 months ago
ClockworkSwordfish Thank you for all the advice!
Firstly, I do keep the lessons on my sideboard I just didn't add them correctly on here so it added them under sorceries. I definitely will look into those recs since I do want to streamline the effect of the titan. I built this deck mostly out of a Strix Set booster box I bought so I only had the one copy of Daemogoth Titan, I will be buying 2 more copies to fill out the deck in case I lose it to removal or counters.
Thank you for all your help!
4 months ago
I really like the concept of the deck - get a big bruiser like Daemogoth Titan out and feed him tokens to keep him happy! The problem is... I don't feel like your deck is quite geared towards that. Firstly, you only have one Titan - in a 68 card deck, how often do you expect him to show up? The other is that I think you might need a few more ways to make tokens or otherwise low-value creatures: a number of your critters, like Dragonsguard Elite, Moldering Karok and Augmenter Pugilist Flip are quite nice but maybe take away from the focus of the deck.
I'd definitely lock in three of the Titan as well as a full four of Eyetwitch, who can be fed to your big guy and lets you keep your lessons in the sideboard rather than taking up space in the deck. Other good ways to pump out tokens include Awakening Zone, Jadar, Ghoulcaller of Nephalia and Creakwood Liege, depending on your budget. With all these tokens flying around, Bastion of Remembrance or Zulaport Cutthroat are options for trimming your opponent's life down, and Vampiric Rites gives you a way to draw into what you need if you have a bunch of tiny little creatures but no way to win.
One other issue with the Titan is that while he is fantastically big for his cost, he has no Trample. If your opponent is also playing tokens, they can hold your Demon at bay all day with a procession of 1/1 chumps. Some good ways to get your Titan past chump blockers include Rancor, O-Naginata and the two-birds-with-one-stone Fists of Ironwood.
The last thing I'd suggest is more general advice. Whenever possible, always try to get your deck down to 60 cards. It will really make your game a lot more consistent - and don't forget you can keep Lessons in your sideboard for all those Learn cards to pull out! The other is that you'll want more lands, even with the deck trimmed down to 60 cards. 24 lands is kind of the classic guideline, but you might be able to trim down to 23 or even 22 if you ensure the Daemogoth is the most mana-intensive card in there.
Anyways, I hope the advice in here helps you out! The Daemogoth is a very intriguing card to build around and I wish you all the best in piloting this deck.
7 months ago
The best example of Beater Burn I can offer is this: Let's say an opponent has 65 life and you have Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord in play with ample mana available. You cast Torgaar, Famine Incarnate and drop their life to 20. Sacrifice Togaar to Jarad to deal an additional 7 points of damage. Use an Animate Dead effect to bring back Torgaar as a 6/6 creature, and half their 13 life down to 6. Sac Torgaar with Jarad again and deal 6 damage. This is a casual deck but these long, mana intensive combos can win games. Daemogoth Titan is great for this, his CMC 4 makes him an early target for Maren and he can attack or be sacrificed for 11 damage with Beater Burn. You can sac it to itself after it attacks or blocks and bump up Meren's experience count.
8 months ago
Hi, SacredAtsira, thanks for suggesting the Daemogoth Titan! When I was building this deck, I had both Daemogoths in mind, but cut Titan because it felt unwieldy to me, compared to the Woe-Eater; with a “creature dies” engine it’s definitely underrated, but Woe-Eater feels like it does more, and I don’t know what else to cut, haha.
8 months ago
10 months ago
griffstick: It's one of these terrible cards that are pretty great once in a while.
I did a quick search and found other fitting cards: Boldwyr Heavyweights, Cosmic Larva, Daemogoth Titan, Daemogoth Woe-Eater, Deep-Slumber Titan, Kroxa, Titan of Death's Hunger, Phyrexian Soulgorger, Plague Reaver, Traxos, Scourge of Kroog
11 months ago
Swapped in 2 more Valentin, Dean of the Vein Flip, 2 more Daemogoth Titan, and 2 more Poet's Quill; Swapped for Culling Ritual and Rushed Rebirth, and updated sidebar. Fielding one Witherbloom Apprentice, might replace him with something lifelink.
LMK if I should take out Moldervine Reclamation, Sanguine Indulgence, and Village Rites (and lands) to make it standard format... feel free to suggest replacements. currently feeling Village Rites -> Deadly Dispute, Sanguine Indulgence ->??? Moldervine Reclamation -> Poet's Quill Moldervine Reclamation -> Essence Infusion