Soul Foundry

Soul Foundry


Imprint — When Soul Foundry enters the battlefield, you may exile a creature card from your hand. (The exiled card is imprinted on this artifact.)

, : Create a token that's a copy of the imprinted creature card. X is the converted mana cost of that card.

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Soul Foundry Discussion

Crow-Umbra on Fibonacci Debauchery

1 month ago

Thank you for the awesome suggestions griffstick. I really like Wolfcaller's Howl and Fresh Meat . Similarly, I have a copy of Caller of the Claw , but kept it on my maybe board since it only checks for non-token. Soul Foundry is cool too, kinda like a more proactive Mimic Vat .

I'm going to keep play-testing to see what feels most lackluster at my current 4cmc spots. I've been on the fence about Sakashima's Will and Reef Worm , but don't want to write them off just yet.

I think I tend to avoid cards that rely too much on checking for greatest power on my board. In my play-testing, most of my creatures are usually 1-3 power, until I start getting into the 6cmc stuff like Avenger of Zendikar and the like.

griffstick on Fibonacci Debauchery

1 month ago

Feed the Pack , Gutter Grime , Wolfcaller's Howl , Fungal Sprouting , Howl of the Night Pack , Soul Foundry and my favorite Blade of Selves

Oh and Fresh Meat because there is nothing better than someone wiping the board and you coming out of it better than you were before

carpecanum on The Clone Wars

2 months ago

Infinite Reflection and any creatures, even token generators.

Blade of Selves , Mimic Vat and Soul Foundry . Maybe Soul Seperator

Cauldron of Souls is freaking amazing here

carpecanum on Magda, Dwarven Raid

2 months ago

I'd like to see Seven Dwarves inside a Soul Foundry

Kyren Negotiations to tap dwarves without attacking

Bomb Squad (also very fun in a Soul Foundry ) and Dwarven Driller

TheVectornaut on Mono black sacrifice control deck

3 months ago

The biggest potential weakness I see in this deck is that there's a sort of "cost void" between your 1-drops and your big demons, and the biggest threats in the deck may not be the most mana efficient. For instance, I'd probably run Desecration Demon or Demon of Catastrophes in a sacrifice deck instead of Goremand . I imagine he's a pet card for you though, so maybe you could lean more into the reanimator angle to cheat him in quickly. Most modern versions seem to be running Goryo's Vengeance into Griselbrand and praetors still, but I tend to prefer the budget alternatives. Some additions to Blood for Bones and Gravewaker are repeated activation creatures like Hell's Caretaker and Whisper, Blood Liturgist . Unburial Rites is also fairly popular if you don't mind splashing white. For the discard, staples include Thoughtseize , Collective Brutality , Ransack the Lab , and Mind Rake . For sacrifice synergy, I think Smallpox and Sinister Concoction could be options too. I'm also a big fan of creatures that mill for this role such as Stitcher's Supplier (which helps to play the very useful Gravecrawler ) or the green Satyr Wayfinder and all its Mulch brethren. Reanimator lets you play other big threats too, some of which could be Razaketh, the Foulblooded , Eater of Hope , or Xathrid Demon to stick with the demon theme. Another card I see as being pretty expensive here is Soul Foundry . The aforementioned Hell's Caretaker can usually produce a similar result without the 1 mana tax every turn. Furthermore, the tokens it creates could interfere with Grim Haruspex , a card draw engine I usually prefer to Dark Prophecy (or maybe Harvester of Souls if I'm feeling spicy.) There is some downside in cutting noncreature permanents for their creature counterparts, so choose the option that is being hit by removal the least in your meta. If creature hate is a problem, maybe a Grave Pact or Dictate of Erebos could dissuade your opponents.

ThePman on Ramp, Ramp, Clone. Clone, Draw, Win.

3 months ago

Thanks for the suggestions TheoryCrafter! I've thought about Soul Foundry before but it never quite made the cut. Activating it for 6 mana as opposed to just playing more clones at around 4 CMC just seems a bit too steep, but I can see the upside so I'll give it another look. As for Spellbook I definitely love holding more than half my deck and having access to an answer for pretty much any situation, but I've never felt like I could justify taking up an entire slot with it for just that effect. Parcelbeast is veeerrryy interesting, I kind of slept on Ikoria as a whole and have never seen this card before now. It seems like a very nice package of card draw/pseudo-ramp, and feels like it would slot in perfectly here. Not sure what I'll cut for it given that it's competing with the various clones at the 4 CMC spot on the curve, but I'll definitely find a way to slot it in and test it out. Thanks again!

TheoryCrafter on Ramp, Ramp, Clone. Clone, Draw, Win.

3 months ago

Have you considered Soul Foundry ? Not only could it be used to make copies of Biovisionary each turn, if you can get PSZ into your hand you can exile her and make as many PSZ's as your opponents will allow you. Not only will this give you card draw but a growth counter generator for Simic Ascendancy.

If you're still looking for cards to inflate your maximum hand size, then you may want to consider adding a Spellbook .

Also, for ramp, I'd recommend Parcelbeast . While not technically card draw, it does function as such. Plus the mana cost to activate the ability pays for itself if you reveal a land.

Happy Hunting!

carpecanum on na na na na, hey hey, goodbye(overwhelming tokens)

4 months ago

Mimic Vat for more counters to copy. Possibly Soul Foundry or Echo Chamber , anything like that.

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