Prized Amalgam

Prized Amalgam

Creature — Zombie

Whenever a creature enters the battlefield, if it entered from your graveyard or you cast it from your graveyard, return Prized Amalgam from your graveyard to the battlefield tapped at the beginning of the next end step.

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Prized Amalgam Discussion

ChrisHansonBiomancin on The Walking Dredge

4 months ago

Nice deck! If you're getting good results from Haunted Dead you'll probably also like Stitchwing Skaab ; it might even be slightly better since you get a 3-power flyer to go over the top while Prized Amalgam clogs up the ground. Sidisi, Brood Tyrant could also be nice as both a big threat and a way to keep your dredge engine going.

Gidgetimer on Narcomoeba + Prized Amalgam?

6 months ago

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Prized Amalgam

Yes, Narcomoeba triggers when it is put in the graveyard from the library. This means it has to enter the graveyard to trigger. It is then put on to the battlefield. So it entered the battlefield from the graveyard and triggers Prized Amalgam.

passimo on Voraciously Reading

10 months ago

@XxI-love-sliversxX, zapyourtumor. Thanks a lot guys! I'll keep these ones in mind, and do some testing to figure out how many copies to use. Seems pioneer's side cards are very color driven (from the ones you posted). I like Prized Amalgam, but it would make it not possibile to use Lurrus of the Dream-Den as a companion. Will keep it in mind though. Priest of Forgotten Gods is good, but I feel I haven't got enough good etb for lurrus to retrigger. I really like the fact that clears the opponent's board though. As for Drownyard Temple, yes, the homunculi won't decrease its cost but i like the fact that I can get it from the graveyard, even at instant speed (or so I think, am I right?), to use it later for Torment of Hailfire.

MechanicalError on OwltheOwl

10 months ago

Hey, thanks for all the thoughts from Nicachu’s stream earlier. From my experience, Undead Augur though a great card, is not the best card for my deck, as I want creatures that do things, you don’t need card advantage when everything comes back anyways. You also mentioned Aether Vial it doesn’t work from the graveyard, and you don’t really it when the deck almost all one drops, Prized Amalgam comes back anyways, and Unearth makes everything 1 mana anyways. And finally, I really like Plague Belcher as a card but you don’t want it to come back often, as it kills your own creatures, and why run a card that you only want sometimes?

GoblinElectromancer on Manaless Dredge (Primer)

11 months ago


Prized Amalgam can be returned to the battlefield if you mill a Narcomoeba.

You can play Salvage Titan by sacrificing 3 artifacts and you can get 3 artifacts into play by milling a Narcomoeba to return Sword of the Meeks to your battlefield attached to it and also sacing Memnites and/or Ornithopters.

Tylord2894 on Has anybody played Judge’s Tower?

11 months ago

Daveslab2022, there are a few rules that you didn't touch on. First, when starting a game, it is common to have players draw varying numbers of cards. I've played where you draw equal to your judge level, but what seems to be the most common method is drawing cards equal to the number of times that you've played Tower in the last few months (max of 3). Also, once you make a mistake, you have to fix that mistake by re (since you don't lose immediately).

There are some rules that you didn't touch on. All "may"s are "must"s. So, your opponent has to draw two due to Arcane Denial. Also, you share a graveyard. This is important for things like Hammer of Bogardan or Prized Amalgam. There are specific rules about what cards each player "owns" too. They can largely be boiled down to "you own cards that you moved from a private zone to a public zone."

Those seem to be the biggest rule differences. There are a lot of interesting cards to add to a Tower for various reasons. One of the biggest taboos is cards that force you to search. Since most Towers are somewhere around 250 cards, shuffling that is a pain, and you all are there to play a game, not search through a pile of cards.

You didn't mention this, but Tower is crazy fun with more players. Four to five seems to be a good number.

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