Sign in Blood

Sign in Blood

Sorcery

Target player draws two cards and loses 2 life.

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Set Rarity
Commander Anthology 2018 (CM2) Common
Modern Masters 2015 Edition (MM2) Common
Duel Decks Anthology (DD3) Common
Commander 2014 (C14) Common
Magic 2015 (M15) Common
Magic 2013 (M13) Common
MTG: Commander (CMD) Common
2011 Core Set (M11) Common
Archenemy (ARC) Common
Duel Decks: Garruk vs. Liliana (DDD) Common
2010 Core Set (M10) Common
Promo Set (000) Common

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Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Frontier Legal
Vintage Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Pioneer Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Noble Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Block Constructed Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vanguard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Modern Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Casual Legal
Oathbreaker Legal

Sign in Blood occurrence in decks from the last year

Modern:

All decks: 0.05%

Commander / EDH:

All decks: 0.04%

Black: 0.63%

Rakdos: 0.41%

Sign in Blood Discussion

korlicday on Syr Konrad the Grind (by Sequeira)

1 week ago

Love the show! And this is a cool list. Some items I have included:

I Hope you like these ideas.

slashdotdash on Teysa, Creatures Die Twice

2 weeks ago

Hi Waffle, nice deck and great name.

If you are having consistency issues, just crank the card draw to MAX setting.

Sometimes, that's the only way to smooth out the deck. Fortunately, you have several of the best options available to you.

I recommend adding a couple of these guys:

Read the Bones

Syphon Mind

Night's Whisper

Sign in Blood

Ambition's Cost

Ancient Craving

Open the Armory (to tutor for Skullclamp literally every time)

Underworld Connections

As a Rainbow player, I fall back on these when I need efficient, non-synergy reliant draw to dig me out of a bad spot. Try to keep it no lower than 12 card draw sources for the smoothest play experience.

Good luck ;)

logansullivan on Edgar Markov, but I'm poor.

2 weeks ago

okay firstly add a Mountain to your land base, it allows you to get a red source out of your deck with Evolving Wilds and Terramorphic Expanse cut a swamp for it because your land count is perfectly fine for an aggro deck now let's get to the meat of the feast I would cut Zombify for Tortured Existence you only get a mana discount for 8 of the cards in your deck and the repeatability is much better. Sign in Blood should be replaced with Read the Bones digs deeper for 1 more mana. cut Hierophant's Chalice for Heraldic Banner. cut Sorin, Vampire Lord for Ob Nixilis Reignited, and if you cut that one you should cut Sorin's Guide which should be replaced with Cordial Vampire. if you can swing it Captivating Vampire is very good and I can guarantee it will make the deck much better. Bladebrand out for Champion of Dusk super strong and could help you win the game. cut Vampire Neonate for Indulgent Aristocrat. Breaking Point out for Underworld Connections repeatable card advantage. Ill-Gotten Inheritance out for Dark Tutelage again repeatable card draw. Revenge of Ravens out for Bad Moon. and lastly Tribute to Hunger out for Intangible Virtue.

now these are all suggestions and they are just a start, and I tried to keep all the cards around a buck or less besides Captivating Vampire

smilodex on Tymna and Vial Smasher

2 weeks ago

When you already play Exquisite Blood you should consider to play the Exquisite Blood + Sanguine Bond-combo.

If you want to take this deck to the next level, you should consider the following cards:

Red_X on Mono-Black ETB

3 weeks ago

This would be an example of one of the best midrange decks in Modern right now, Jund: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/archetype/modern-jund-46470#paper

A midrange deck wants to have the strongest cards at each point on the mana curve, and wins by having cards that are just better than your opponents. In the case of Jund, your mono red opponent's Monastery Swiftspear gets embarrassed by Tarmagoyf, and Wrenn and Six is a whole lot better than something like Snapcaster Mage from azorious control.

Now, as for changes, I will tell you what I would do, but you can take only some of the suggestions and make the deck your own.

First, remove anything that costs 5 or more mana except possibly Gray Merchant of Asphodel, along with all of your ramp or land search cards like Armillary Sphere and Cabal Stronghold. You want to put on pressure early and destroy your opponent's creatures, and you can't do that if you are spending mana trying to ramp or have big creatures stuck in your hand.

Second, remove all of the artifacts you have left, with the possible exception of Panharmonicon. Panharmonicon is really fun and I would up it to 3 copies if you really want to go all out on the ETB abilities, but just know that it won't be the most competitive. The rest of your artifacts are really only good when you're already winning, and the majority of the time they would be better as another creature or a piece of disruption.

Third, remove some of your weaker creatures. Fourth Bridge Prowler is decent if your local scene has a lot of decks like spirits and bant snowblade where decks have a lot of creatures with one toughness, but it's a lot weaker if your opponent's are playing big creatures or no creatures at all. Burglar Rat and Yarok's Fenlurker are often weaker than Brain Maggot or Kitesail Freebooter since opponent's can choose the weakest card in their hand to give up with your current line up, but with a switch you get to choose what to get rid of (Yes, they get their card back if your creature dies, but they generally have to use a removal spell on a 1/2 creature and don't get to play their card as early as possible, so you end up ahead). If you decide to play a lot of those, Wasteland Strangler can be a cheaper Skinrender and prevent your opponent from getting those cards back when your disruption dies. Quag Vampires is never an impressive card, and Cauldron Haze is really awkward to play because you really want to be using all of your mana each turn to deploy threats, and you very rarely will have 2 mana open, haze in hand, and not want it to be removal or disruption.

Fourth, add more disruption and removal. Cards like Inquisition of Kozilek and Victim of the night will help supplement your creatures ETBs by either being cheaper or at instant speed. Disruption is essential against control and combo decks so that you can get rid of sweepers like Supreme Verdict, win conditions like Teferi, Hero of Dominaria, or their combo spell like ad nauseum. Removal is required to deal with creatures from aggro and midrange, along with big beaters like Primeval Titan in big mana decks (Tron, Amulet Titan, etc.)

Finally, play multiples of the stronger cards, go up to at least 23 lands, and fill out the rest of the deck with meta game cards. Wrench Mind and Despoiler of Souls can be solid against control, Gifted Aetherborn and Nyxathid are good against aggro, and things like Sign in Blood and Pack Rat give the edge in midrange matches. Pick whichever ones best address your local meta/ you like the best, and then you'll use your sideboard to cover other matches.

You'll also want a sideboard if you're actually playing at a local tournament, but start with the main deck first to figure out what you actually need to sideboard for.

A couple of additional resources: For figuring out how many lands: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/articles/brewer-s-minute-how-many-lands. For a more in depth explanation of Mid range decks: https://magic.wizards.com/en/articles/archive/how-build/how-build-midrange-2017-02-07

Finally, if you're looking for ideas, just google " modern mono-black midrange budget" and you'll find a decent number of options.

I hope this helps.

bomb_arie on Syr Gwyn Fights for her Friends

3 weeks ago

Nice list you got up there. Focus a little bit more on draw in black maybe cards like Sign in Blood or Read the Bones or Night's Whisper.

For the Knight tribe I would suggest cards like Knight Exemplar and Kinsbaile Cavalier buffing up all of your knights with these two guys especially the first one.

Further a card that I like with your bunch of equipments is Heavenly Blademaster which is no knight but a real killer in this kind of deck.

Emearq on Syr Gwyn - charging back into commander

3 weeks ago

Updated deck with the cards I have so far - swapped out Adriana, Captain of the Guard, Khorvath Brightflame, Order of Midnight, Silverwing Squadron, Valiant Knight, Wintermoor Commander, Nahiri, the Lithomancer, Cathars' Crusade, True Conviction, Blackblade Reforged and Loxodon Warhammer.

Swapped in Solemn Simulacrum, Open the Armory, Sign in Blood, Read the Bones, Divine Reckoning, Utter End, Mortify, Crush Contraband, Despark, Altar's Reap, Talisman of Hierarchy and Embercleave.

Although it moves some way towards the suggestions of more ramp, more removal and more card draw given up a lot of creatures & specifically the bigger ones in return. Might make keeping up in the mid and later stages of a game pretty tough. Feel a bit unsure on changes but will need to see how it plays out.

criscofieldsforever on Dicktouch

4 weeks ago

My thoughts on removing cards is pile them in their uses, card advantage, ramp, utility and cut too much redundancy. I'd suggest cards to cut being Black Vise, Paralyze and the Wellsprings because they aren't too great. You do need some other ramp and card advantage as well. Sign in Blood and Cultivate are all-stars in this format. Harmonize too. If your play group has heavy lands that need to be removed keep in the Sinkhole but if not it is a dead card in hand. Also targeted removal of problem artifacts or enchantments may help the deck. Windgrace's Judgment in your colors is great. I'd suggest cutting some of the one drop 1/1s because you have a bunch. A lot of deck building comes from your meta (who you play) so design decks to hose your "friends".

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