Mire in Misery

Mire in Misery

Sorcery

Each opponent sacrifices a creature or enchantment.

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Mire in Misery Discussion

TheoryCrafter on Syr Konrad's grave mistakes

1 month ago

Have you considered Planar Void? Once it goes into the Graveyard it automatically exiles. speeding up the damage your opponents. There's also the added bonus that, unlike Rest in Peace, it won't automatically exile your whole graveyard when it enters the battlefield, allowing a little bit of interaction if you so wish.

Speaking of Rest in Peace, I noticed you only have Feed the Swarm to deal with that and Leyline of the Void. May I suggest adding any combination of Introduction to Annihilation, Mire in Misery, Pharika's Libation, and Scour from Existence? All of these cards can get you around LotV's and RiP's ability to exile before your cards reach the graveyard..

Also, You may want to considerDakmor Salvage as an extra dredge card.

Hope this helps. Happy Hunting!

TempestArmor on Grave Tidings

6 months ago

It almost looks like you want to play some Battlecruiser magic! Battlecruiser is a strategy where your first half of the game is spent ramping and playing tight threat removal. Cards like Plaguecrafter , Mire in Misery , and Tribute to the Wild , or even Sedge Scorpion or Foulmire Knight play into this strategy super well... as long as you're ramping, too.

The second half of a Battlecruiser strategy is preparing for an alpha strike: that means waiting until the moment is right to play Muldrotha and not allowing her to be killed or countered before you're ready (she's expensive enough that you can ramp past her cmc and wait it out). You've got a couple effective synergies that become insanely powerful if you can do them the same turn you drop your commander, which is totally possible with cards like Daring Apprentice . Preparing for that alpha strike becomes a game of setup: you gotta be ramping, self-milling, getting those combo pieces into your graveyard while taking out the most dangerous threats. It's fun if you do it right! Just ramp ramp ramp!

Consider Renegade Map , Traveler's Amulet , Horizon Spellbomb , or similar!

MLS91 on Crippling Fear

7 months ago

More cuts/updates through discussion for more experienced players in this playstyle

why: Gearhulk is spot removal, a big recurable body, interacts with half the deck through trawler and gains life, Reaver costs cards and isn't a guarantee

- Jet Medallion + Soul-Guide Lantern

why: The deck is fairly low to the ground as is, most spells are double costed secondly does nothing for the cost of the artifacts in he deck which are at this point in the build the backbone as such due to minimal value was cut for graveyard control, I choose the lantern over Tormod's Crypt for several reasons, those being; (1) the foil art is gorgeous, (2) hits all opponents yards at once, (3) exiles something on ETB and draws a card

- Grim Haruspex + Tevesh Szat, Doom of Fools

why: This one was really hard, and is still really hard for me to justify. what i like about Szat is that it better synergies with Skullclamp , gives me fodder for Grave Pact , Ashnod's Altar , and Phyrexian Altar . Szat in an ideal situation allows me to draw up to 4 cards with clamp at no loss to a board state compared to Haruspex which is more defensive in terms of boards wipes spot removal etc. I still feel that Tevesh offers more to the deck however thus the decision

- Mire in Misery + Toxic Deluge

Why: the "oh shit" factor

DreadKhan on Tergrid, Goddess of Salt

8 months ago

Just saw a vid that pointed out that Mimic Vat works rather well with the Plaguecrafter types. Not sure if it's a fit, but you do run several of those creatures.

If you want to play salty in black, it's hard to argue against Opposition Agent , it's a really, really bad time for many decks. I had to rebuild my cEDH deck to deal with that card, and it's still very much a work in progress. Toss in something like Maralen of the Mornsong and you have some very salty enemies.

Wheel of Torture is probably better than The Rack in a multiplayer game, but I'd expect it to get nuked quickly. Not sure if Necrogen Mists or Bottomless Pit would fit your plan, but they do play nicely if you can get one out. BP can be back breaking.

You have 2 copies of Mire in Misery btw?

king-saproling on Nevinyrral's Last Stand

10 months ago

I think Phyrexian Altar would be an all-star here if your budget allows. It will single-handedly combo off with Nev if you have 5 other creatures (sac all dudes + Nev, use the mana to replay Nev, repeat).

Pitiless Plunderer is also very strong but would need a sac outlet to go infinite.

These may interest you too: Zulaport Cutthroat, Innocent Blood, Cauldron of Souls, Corpse Knight, Liliana's Standard Bearer, Plague Belcher, Vengeful Dead, Blood Pet, Anointed Procession, Panharmonicon, Kindred Discovery, Liliana's Triumph, Mire in Misery, Priest of Forgotten Gods

Personally I would cut these: Vicious Conquistador, Caged Zombie, Rotting Mastodon, Omnispell Adept, Raise Dead, Pressure Point, Revitalize, Murder, Bad Deal, Sphinx of the Second Sun, Maalfeld Twins, Meletis Charlatan, Lotleth Giant, Divinity of Pride, Rings of Brighthearth, Dramatic Reversal

gdm1989 on "Instant Tribal" - Toshiro Umezawa - EDH PRIMER

1 year ago

This is interesting, a shame you are running a lot of creatures because Spreading Plague would be hilarious if you plan on adding Sadistic Sacrament in there in the future I also recommend Nightmare Incursion or Mire in Misery My deck may also have some form of inspiration Toshiro the Vagabond but I wish you luck

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