Priest of Forgotten Gods

Priest of Forgotten Gods

Creature — Human Cleric

T, Sacrifice two other creatures: Any number of target players each lose 2 life and sacrifice a creature. You add BB and draw a card.

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Format Legality
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Unformat Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Leviathan Legal
Highlander Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Custom Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Historic Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Pioneer Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Arena Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Limited Legal

Priest of Forgotten Gods occurrence in decks from the last year

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Priest of Forgotten Gods Discussion

Barbarian_Sun_Pope on Hit The Deck!

2 weeks ago

Woe Strider, Priest of Forgotten Gods, and Viscera Seer are all pretty good for sacrificing. I think Bolas's Citadel is fine, but it feels like more of a win more card here. Also I know you wanted suggestions on sacrifice outlets, but I think you can definitely do better than Cancel here when it comes to counters (maybe Hinder. Hope this helps.

king-saproling on Nevinyrral's Last Stand

1 month 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

Vertical on Mazirek, Kraul Death Priest, the Insect Shaman

1 month ago

This looks like a pretty solid deck, I built a Mazirek deck and so far I think it's my strongest. There are a few things Your deck didn't have that mine does, but your deck seems to be built for the long game, while mine is built to have one explosive turn and pretty much win then and there.

This commander loves to sacrifice things, but he shouldn't be the only one in this deck. Effects like Zulaport Cutthroat are very powerful in aristocrat style decks, and Moldervine Reclamation can be good for drawing.

One of my favorite sacrifice outlets that I didn't see on your board was Altar of Dementia which lets you mill your opponents potentially out of the game, and provides you with a free place to sacrifice your vast army! And if any of your opponents like to use a lot of graveyard recursion, throw in a Tormod's Crypt for a free sacrifice trigger and some graveyard hate. There's also Priest of Forgotten Gods which forces opponents to sacrifice, lets you draw and gives you mana!

If you want to go down the path of forcing opponents to sacrifice their creatures, effects like Grave Pact and Dictate of Erebos are fantastic. If you want something that can attack, Butcher of Malakir will be your new best friend. another card that can easily shrink an opponent's army is Archfiend of Depravity. If you do go down this path, throwing in things like Kothophed, Soul Hoarder will let you draw tons of cards off of opponents sacrifices.

If you're consistently having trouble finding creatures that generate tokens, I'd suggest throwing in a Fiend Artisan who has a sacrifice and tutor effect in one. If you're running some recursion, Jarad's Orders is a fantastic way to grab the creatures you need.

Well now you've sacrificed a bunch of things and your creatures are huge but you have nothing to do with them, so what now? One of the simplest ways to win is by using Rogue's Passage or something similar to make your commander unblockable and swing for lethal damage. If you want to stay on theme, Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord lets you drain your opponents fo ra ton of health with your creatures for a fairly small amount of mana as well.

If you want any infinite combos, throw in any creature with persist along with a free sac outlet. Probably the one that would be the most devastating to your opponents would be Woodfall Primus, as it can even destroy lands. When you sacrifice a creature with persist, two abilities go onto the stack, Mazirek's counter ability and the Persist ability. Since they are both your effects, you can choose what order they happen in, and you can choose to have the creature reenter the battlefield with a -1/-1 counter, and then remove that counter, and then you can sacrifice it again to repeat the loop. Check with your playgroup before you use this, as some people don't like having infinite combos in their games.

I know that was a lot and I'm sorry, but this deck was super fun and I love talking about it!

obitus on Ghoulcaller Gisa Zombie Tokens

2 months ago

I see what you mean about Cemetery Reaper, I feel the same way sometimes. I do like Graveborn Muse because I play her with a sac outlet already in play. I usually play it early on or after a board wipe, I love how this card is a time bomb.

I agree about Risen Executioner and would not mind dropping him, even though my graveyard is usually empty unless it is late game. Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet serves more for token generation and control then for a sac outlet.

I like Custodi Lich because it makes you the monarch for at least a turn and you can sac him for a decent amount of zombies. So I use him as good fooder, but I do like your point about Priest of Forgotten Gods. Will have to ponder that one.

I will have to play test the deck a little to see where I can cut cards, I appreciate the feedback so thank you.

Epicurus on Ghoulcaller Gisa Zombie Tokens

2 months ago

Every time I build zombie tribal, I end up removing Cemetery Reaper. But maybe that's just me. Also, though, Graveborn Muse seems like it has the potential to kill you, so maybe I'd replace that.

Other candidates for replacement would be Risen Executioner, which gets very expensive to recur very quickly, or Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet, which isn't the best of sac outlets.

And you can tell me if Custodi Lich is worth the cost. Personally, I'd trade that one out for Priest of Forgotten Gods, which is underutilized and multifunctional.

Zakath on This deck is a deck 1

2 months ago

Might I suggest for possible board wipes: Dregs of Sorrow, Evincar's Justice good to remove token and machine gun opponents, Last Laugh could be interesting if you include Sanguine Bond, Massacre Girl

Conspiracy (if we can find one cheap enough) would be good with a couple of cards you already have.

Priest of Forgotten Gods could definitely work for some more card draw and disruption. TCG says it's a $1

Grim Harvest is a pretty cool recursion tool - especially with Priest.

Wilt over Naturalize - same cost & effect but you can cycle.

I really like Journey to Eternity  Flip in this deck. It's a little on the expensive side but I think it can generate quite a bit of value.

Epicurus on 1001 Biting Insects [Primer Included]

2 months ago

Have you considered Culling the Weak, Infernal Plunge, Burnt Offering, Phyrexian Tower and/or Priest of Forgotten Gods? Mana producers that also play the sac theme. You're already running Phyrexian Altar, these would be an extension of that.

RiotRunner789 on BCC Week 2 | Slimefoot the Stowaway

3 months ago

I would recommend an aristocratic build. You may choose to go spore counter route, which I'm not a huge fan of, but the following ones pull double duty (and I am a fan of):

On-theme Sac outlets that also make saprolings:

Deathspore Thallid: Great sac outlet and potential removal piece.

Savage Thallid: Another great sac outlet and protection piece.

Vitaspore Thallid: I think giving haste is the weakest effect of the bunch, this is just another budget on-theme sac outlet.

Budget sac payoffs,

Epicure of Blood and Marauding Blight-Priest: Help to increase the payoff of slimefoot and are so cheap they are essentially free (literally, ask anyone at your LGS for these, they have them and don't want them).

Falkenrath Noble: Who doesn't love life loss?

Poison-Tip Archer: Great blocker (reach and deathtouch? No one wants to lose there dragon to this) but this one starts to impact the budget.

Syr Konrad, the Grim: He just does soo much.

Vindictive Vampire: This guy should say life loss.... I mean, it's black and not red.

Zulaport Cutthroat: Classic but approaches a dollar.

Bastion of Remembrance: Possibly my favorite. Comes with free sac fodder on a permanent that doesn't die to Wrath of God.

Slime Foot god stuff,

Jade Mage: Back up slimefoot that does stuff at a discount.

Massacre Girl: Best board wipe in this build.

Verdant Force: It says EACH upkeep. Yes, each.

Gift of Doom: Cheap protection for slimefoot that has the added benefit of killing a saproling you already want dead.

Moldervine Reclamation: Card draw and life for just playing? Of course.

Snake Umbra: Protection and three cards every time you sac a saproling.

Sprout Swarm: Convoke makes this broken.

Some less budget friendly cards (all under $10, but above $1):

Ohran Frostfang: Turns each saproling into a card draw or a removal spell.

Pitiless Plunderer: Solid ramp.

Priest of Forgotten Gods: Under appreciated. This card does everything a black mage should be doing.

Tendershoot Dryad: Can win you the game on its own.

Black Market: Slime foot loves stupid amounts of mana.

Keen Sense: Insane card draw for 1 green mana.

Vraska, Golgari Queen: All abilities are helpful and the ult is just perfect. Tie in an Overrun effect on the same turn and you should win.

Casualties of War: Expensive to cast but worth it. Worth it every time.

Best of luck building.

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