Artifact Creature — Horror
Psychosis Crawler's power and toughness are each equal to the number of cards in your hand.
Whenever you draw a card, each opponent loses 1 life.
|Have (4)||GrandeKhan , Kotakiva , LittleMy , sachiel2nd|
|Want (2)||Kotakiva , Cool_Cat|
Combos Browse all Suggest
- Mind Over Matter + Psychosis Crawler + Temple Bell
- Consecrated Sphinx + Fascination + Psychosis Crawler
- Curiosity + Psychosis Crawler
- Anje Falkenrath + Psychosis Crawler
- Curiosity + Laboratory Maniac + Psychosis Crawler
|Commander / EDH||Legal|
|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
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Psychosis Crawler Discussion
3 days ago
They are considerations of course. However a lot of them require me to build too linear like with adding Epicure of Blood and Cliffhaven Vampire. They’re absolutely great cards and if I wasn’t trying to be more adaptive in my deck building style and wanted to fine point the lifegain/loss strategy I’d absolutely add them. Same goes for Oloro, Ageless Ascetic lovely card but I don’t want to focus exclusively on lifegain/loss strategy. I know most people say to focus exclusively on a specific strategy but that’s just not my play style anymore. I like versatility and surprise! Haha
Lich's Mastery and Drogskol Reaver are great cards and easy wins. But I just don’t like playing like that with my friends so I stay away from those sort of things. I have added Peer into the Abyss and Necrologia as quick wins but more fair in my opinion.
Bone Miser and Psychosis Crawler are in my consideration pile in my deck box actually haha so you’re right on the money there! I’m also considering Shabraz, the Skyshark Flip. I think I may be adding Sakashima the Impostor to my ninja deck now that you mention it.
Shadow of the Grave is a lovely card. I just always cut it at the final round of cuts for some reason. It’s in my maybe pile in my deck box though for sure. I still have to play test and work out the kinks of gameplay. So it may still make the cut in the end.
Bag of Holding would be lovely if it weren’t so easily destroyed. It’s also counterintuitive to the reanimator subtheme I have going in the deck.
Thank you so much for all your suggestions! It definitely reinforced some of my considerations :)
3 days ago
Thoughts on these? Psychosis Crawler, Bone Miser, Sakashima the Impostor, Cliffhaven Vampire, Epicure of Blood, Oloro, Ageless Ascetic, Shabraz, the Skyshark Flip, Drogskol Reaver, Lich's Mastery, Shadow of the Grave, Bag of Holding
3 weeks ago
1 month ago
Try some of the following:
Psychosis Crawler + card draw
1 month ago
I thought that also having Jin-Gitaxias, Core Augur would help ensure my victory but I usually never got enough mana or felt comfortable enough casting it, so I ended up selling the card and ultimately scrapping the deck.
4 months ago
KBK7101 txs for your imput as for the commander i look in to them. Psychosis Crawler will not be put into the deck since it all upside i don't have to pay anything but mana not the theme of this deck cards must have me pay an additional cost to considered, life creatures lands, cards in hand deck or grave ect. or let my opponents gain something life, card draw/search, free summon stuff like that.
4 months ago
As someone who has a Vilis, Broker of Blood deck in the rotation of decks that I play with/against, I can speak from experience when I say that Vilis might actually be a bit TOO powerful. In the games I've played against him, he almost always becomes public enemy #1 as soon as something like Psychosis Crawler, literally any Tutor card or an unexpected Hatred shows up. Asmodeus the Archfiend seems to be a similar playstyle but not quite as "kill on sight" as Vilis is. I don't have any experience with Asmodeus, however.
Basically, if you want high power but a high chance of being targeted out of the game, Vilis is your best bet. If you want a lower powered deck that could potentially draw less attention from opponents that could play the same, Asmodeus would be a better choice.
On a similar note, Erebos, Bleak-Hearted might be worth mentioning. He cares about creatures dying and life loss. Could be pretty easy to tie the themes together.
If you went a route other than the life loss theme, maybe Fain, the Broker might be worth a look. Makes lots of deals by sacrificing stuff in exchange for other stuff.