Exquisite Blood

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy 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
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Exquisite Blood


Whenever an opponent loses life, you gain that much life.

EchoSpice on Reign of the Markovs (High Power Edgar Markov)

1 day ago

Cool deck, always love vampires :D Sanguine Bond and Sangromancer? They’re a bit pricey manawise but solid cards and both go infinite with Exquisite Blood

legendofa on Wacky Waving Infallible Life Flailing Masochists

2 days ago

Any thoughts on Near-Death Experience as an instant win button?

Blood Celebrant is a MV 1 option for freely paying life. Just keep paying 1 life to convert your black mana into, um, black mana.

At a little higher budget, Plunge into Darkness is another instant-speed life manipulator, and Vito, Thorn of the Dusk Rose has a target life gain-drain ability. Going higher into budget (not sure what your desired range for this deck is), there's the classics Exquisite Blood, Necropotence, and Sanguine Bond.

(I'm pulling combos from my deck that has a similar theme. Chiaroscuro and Liminal Space, if you want to check it out.)

This looks like a fun deck! Lots of good synergy.

Aosana on Apple Accessories, Now with Malware

1 week ago

Since you're already using Sanguine Bond, you may want to consider Exquisite Blood! If they're both on the field together, you'll win instantly as soon as you gain life or any of your opponents lose life. It is a bit expensive, though!

zacktheprogamer on Anikthea, Hand of Erebos is Graverobbing

2 weeks ago


Ok, so I already made 4 cuts. You chose to remove Binding of Titans, now I need to figure out what else to remove as I have Ephemerate, Llanowar Elves, Greater Auramancy, Idyllic Tutor, Bloom Tender, Worldly Tutor, Elvish Mystic, Fyndhorn Elves, Enlightened Tutor, Sterling Grove, Eladamri's Call, Aegis of the Gods, Pernicious Deed, Final Parting, Mana Crypt, Mana Vault, Sanguine Bond, Exquisite Blood (Birds of Paradise is already in as I didn't update the list at this moment)

EchoSpice on Guide to Immortality

2 weeks ago

Vito, Thorn of the Dusk Rose is great in lifegain decks, and also goes infinite with Exquisite Blood

Also, Chaplain's Blessing as a quick, cheap lifegain cantrip

DreadKhan on Super Juri-o Galaxy

1 month ago

Have you thought about Prosper, Tome-Bound in here to make Star Bits/generate card advantage? People usually use it as a Commander, but I suspect it'll do work in the 99 too. Any reason (price comes to mind, I missed my opportunity on these) you don't use The Ozolith? It seems like it has huge synergy with your Commander.

There is a fair bit of Voltron that might work in here, Juri can get big enough for Mask of Griselbrand to be very useful (he'll have Lifelink when he dies if he was equipped, so you can just deal damage and gain cards instead of life), Dauthi Embrace is very good at helping any creature attack safely, yours or an opponents even, you might try out Shizo, Death's Storehouse and/or Shinka, the Bloodsoaked Keep, either works for Juri or another Legendary, but I think Witch's Clinic offering Lifelink, even if it's only to your Commander, will be quite useful. I also like Berserkers' Onslaught for Double Strike on your entire board, 5 mana to permanently double your attacking power seems like good value. Finally, there is the new (and fairly unusual) Scavenged Brawler, this is a way to put 4 +1 counters on Juri once the card is in the graveyard, but you also get a bunch of very powerful keywords that synergize very well with a +10 power Juri. Since you like to sacrifice stuff, if you choose to try out some of those voltron cards you might like Rite of the Raging Storm, it makes plenty of tokens, and they aren't coming your way. Rite really likes Exquisite Blood and Kothophed, Soul Hoarder, and both I would argue are independently playable. All of these cards do a surprising amount of work in my own Rakdos deck, and I think your Commander is also pretty beefy.

pinecone2k3 on The Happy Couple

2 months ago

My apologies. I should’ve mentioned in the deck description that Bloodchief Ascension is currently in the deck because one of the players in my usual group tends to do a lot of graveyard shenanigans in every deck he builds. As an added bonus, if I have it in play alongside one of the three Exquisite Blood infinite combos (admittedly, far from a guarantee, since EB tends to be an immediate target for removal), it can serve as a passive trigger for the combo that doesn’t require me to land an attack first.

All that said, I’m not married to the idea of keeping Ascension in the deck. I just wanted to clarify why it’s there, in case anyone else doesn’t understand.

Sicii on Dina

2 months ago

NV_1980 thanks for your suggestion! my playgroup doesnt like inifinite combos that much, thats why I left Exquisite Blood out. :)

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