Shared Animosity

Shared Animosity

Enchantment

Whenever a creature you control attacks, it gets +1/+0 until end of turn for each other attacking creature that shares a creature type with it.

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Shared Animosity Discussion

Vessiliana on Edgar's Brood

6 days ago

I took a look at your list. It seems pretty good, but if you are aiming for a sort-of lower-to-the-ground build, a more Edgar-centric one, so to speak, I would recommend cutting nearly all of your mana rocks and lowering your curve overall. Edgar makes even little 1/1s with no abilities into serious threats. I would increase your creature count, too.

Impact Tremors, Purphoros, God of the Forge, Anointed Procession and Shared Animosity are all-stars in my Edgar deck.

dritchie on Edgar Markov, The First Lord

1 week ago

If your midrange is recommend Door of Destinies. I’d add Cordial Vampire, Drana, Liberator of Malakir, Vampire Hexmage this is good for those pesky plains walkers and gives you a vampire token via Edgar, Blood Seeker fits your sub theme of drain and gain, you need some tutors just as a standard for black decks if you can get your hands on them, Blood Tribute is always helpful you could also add Exquisite Blood and for extra damage Wound Reflection, Patriarch's Bidding For reanimation, if you’re able to generate a lot of mana Exsanguinate might be a good add You also need the mandatory Sol Ring You could swap out Kindred Charge for Shared Animosity You could add Land Tax to help mana fix

LinkOpensChest_wav on Vampiric Rites and Vampiric Wrongs

2 weeks ago

Awesome, thanks! I've actually ordered a copy of Impact Tremors, so in it goes! Shared Animosity - I will definitely plan on getting this in the near future. Smothering Tithe is way too expensive for me to justify spending the money, although I can see it would be awesome to run. Maybe it will get reprinted someday.

I appreciate your input greatly!

saber4734 on Vampiric Rites and Vampiric Wrongs

2 weeks ago

Just to offer some quick suggestions. I find these enchantments hold a lot of value. Anointed Procession, Impact Tremors, Shared Animosity and Smothering Tithe. You run Anointed Procession but combine that with Impact Tremors and Edgar's eminence ability will trim life totals fast. Shared Animosity and a large board of attacking Vampires can win games. Smothering Tithe needs to be in any deck that runs white. And combined with Anointed Procession you get double clue tokens. Out of these 3 cards Smothering Tithe is the only expensive one.

Last_Laugh on Edgar Markov

3 weeks ago

The main areas I see that are missing a little something are protection, card draw, and finishers.

Boros Charm, Flawless Maneuver, and Scapegoat in addition to Teferi's Protection to protect your board. If this deck gets wiped and you end up in topdeck mode, your chances of winning drop significantly.

Card draw also helps you bounce back from boardwipes and allows you to continue applying pressure. Necropotence/Twilight Prophet are obviously your best answers to this but they're pricey. Dark Prophecy, Greed, Champion of Dusk, and Herald's Horn are all good options here.

Shared Animosity is a. Very efficient finisher in tribal strategies. Reconnaissance 100% deserves a spot also. Recon allows you to attack with EVERY creature safely, deal combat damage in most situations, and have EVERY one of those creatures untapped and ready to block/deter attacks by the end of combat. It untaps to avoid bad blockers (only situation you don't deal combat damage), it untaps after combat damage is dealt for pseudo vigilance, and it even untaps after first strike damage but before normal combat damage is dealt making combat entirely one-sided. Creatures are considered 'attacking' until the end of combat step ends and during this step (and after first strike) priority passes around the table giving you a window to untap everyone.

Feel free to check out my list for more ideas. Upvotes on any of my decks are appreciated. Edgar's Dega Vampires

MTGBurgeoning on Edgar & Eminence: A Love Story

3 weeks ago

I LOVE Reconnaissance!! I have a copy of it in my Kaalia of the Vast deck and it has been a great way to protect her! I didn't consider adding it to Edgar Markov, but it is a great suggestion! Shared Animosity is another superb tribal card. I have a copy of it in my The First Sliver deck and it is a bonafide finisher. If any copies of Reconnaissance or Shared Animosity become available, I plan to include them in the 99 of this build for sure.

I really enjoyed reviewing your list. Oversold Cemetery and Scapegoat are AMAZING additions to this type of deck. These cards WILL BE added to the 99 at some point! Cover of Darkness is another great card to consider and potential game-ender. Question? How has Dark Prophecy performed for you? The randomness and unpredictability of lost life generally is a not-include for me. Has it been overly detrimental for you?

Thank you again for your comment and thank you for reviewing my deck!

Last_Laugh on Edgar & Eminence: A Love Story

3 weeks ago

Run Reconnaissance! This card allows you to attack with EVERY creature safely, deal combat damage in most situations, and have every one of those creatures untapped by the end of combat.

Creatures are considered 'attacking' until the end of combat step ends. During this step, priority passes around the table, giving you a window to untap all your creatures for pseudo vigilance.

It untaps to avoid bad blocks and untaps after combat damage for anyone that gets through. This includes first strike to make combat entirely one sided.

Also consider Shared Animosity for another very effective finisher here.

Feel free to check out my list for ideas. Upvotes on any of my decks are appreciated. Edgar's Dega Vampires

Last_Laugh on Edgar Markov - Just Vampire Things

4 weeks ago

I have 2 suggestions for you. Shared Animosity and Reconnaissance. Shared Animosity is pretty straightforward, but Recon needs an explanation because it is absolutely disgusting in this deck.

Reconnaissance allows you to attack with EVERY creature safely, deal combat damage in most situations, and have EVERY one of those creatures untapped and ready to block/deter attackers by the end of combat.

A creature is considered attacking even after combat damage has already been dealt. At the end of combat stage right after damage is dealt priority passes around the table and you untap at this time. This happens after both first strike and normal combat damage so with Stromkirk Captain/Stensia Masquerade out it makes combat entirely one-sided.

Feel free to check out my list for ideas. It's retired but still an excellent reference and has a lot of comments and a big sideboard to sift through too. Upvotes on any of my decks are appreciated. Edgar's Dega Vampires

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