Rotten Reunion

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Brawl 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
Pauper Legal
Pauper Duel Commander Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Pioneer Legal
Planechase Legal
Pre-release Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Standard Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Rotten Reunion

Instant

Exile up to one target card from a graveyard. Create a 2/2 black zombie creature token with decayed. (It can't block. When it attacks, sacrifice it at the end of combat.)

Flashback (You may cast this from your graveyard for this card's flashback cost, then exile this.)

thijmnesoy on Pauper Jund Midrange (based on Modern Jund)

4 months ago

edit to my last comment: I goldfished it a bit, and felt like Wakedancer on it's own is a bit slow because of its two power. Since you want to be aggressive, maybe Diregraf Horde or Boneclad Necromancer is a better pick here, they both exile cards from a graveyard and make tokens. They do cost 5 mana, but you get the 3 power like Kalitas has, with exception of the lifelink. If you want your opponent's creature's to be exiled at instant speed, you might wanna take a look at Rotten Reunion

Elsterooo on Tyvar Priest Frenzy

1 year ago

I don't know where else to post this since it's not an update and I don't want to touch the deck description again.

Testing a version with Cryptbreaker, Rotten Reunion and Jadar, Ghoulcaller of Nephalia and it's going very well. Expect updates soon.

zapyourtumor on Innistrad: Corpse Cobblers (Dimir Decayed)

1 year ago

I think you could probably cut some number of the following:

Diregraf Horde, Falcon Abomination, Rotten Reunion, as they are the weaker cards in the deck.

wallisface on Undead Sacrifice

1 year ago

Some thoughts:

Gattison on Notorious B: Ready to Die [Remastered]

1 year ago

Henchman31: So for Spore Frog and other creatures that you can't get rid of, some good side board cards might be Beckon Apparition/Rotten Reunion or Eaten Alive. Sending them to exile should help.

For defense against removal there is always Apostle's Blessing, which can go in literally any deck if you willing to pay to 2 life.

And for the third match, it sounds like maybe the deck needs more draw so it can be more consistent.

Good call with Deadly Dispute, that could be worked in. Also on all those other cards too. If you want to build your own version and show me what you're thinking, I'll take a look at it. Otherwise stay tuned for an update, hopefully soon. I'm planning to do it tomorrow after work.

And my apologies for the late response, I didn't mean to leave you hanging like that.

Lastly, I do have a Carnophage + lifelink deck here: Cigarettes, since you brought it up hehe.

Phion on Wilhelt, the Zombie Tsunami

2 years ago

Oh if tokens are a problem a cheap (mana and money) solution is actually Rotten Reunion; with the flashback you can easily get 2 decayed zombies (4 if poppet stitcher is on the field) and you can use it early game on jank like search lands or late game to stop opponents graveyard shenanigans. It is a deceptively powerful common.

Xica on ▷Zombie Scourge Adventure!【Midnight Hunt!】

2 years ago

New zombies need some more love in modern! The new innistrad cards like Rotten Reunion made a mono black reimmagining of the old "next level abzan" deck very plausible.

...i thrw together this list, when i seen the spoilers.

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