Street Wraith

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper Duel Commander Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Street Wraith

Creature — Wraith

Swampwalk (This creature can't be blocked as long as defending player controls a Swamp.)

Cycling—Pay 2 life. (Pay 2 life, Discard this card: Draw a card.)

zapyourtumor on Mortal Kombat

3 weeks ago

Vampire Hexmage just to remove counters from Auramancers definitely doesn't seem worth it, since you can just chump block with them or something instead a lot of the time.

Personally I don't think using cyclers like a living end deck would help get you to 20 creature cards in a reasonable amount of time, its probably better to run more self mill effects imo. Although Street Wraith is good.

Tragic Poet is maybe a way to get back Mortal Combat from the grave, while also putting itself in the yard?

Caran_Lyg In the deck description, the third to last button (with 4 parallel horizontal lines) is labeled accordion block, which is what you're looking for.

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wallisface on Budget Death's Shadow Help!

3 months ago

Two thoughts:

  • without fetches/shocks its going to be really hard to reliably get your life total down quickly to start getting shadows into play. I think you need to aim for the full playset of Street Wraith to help get you there.

  • 7 playable creatures feels a little too low imo, i think you probably want to aim for 12. Get the 4th DRC, and then find another creature to cram in here.

wallisface on Mill Yourself

4 months ago


My one concern with Curator's Ward is that the opponent can just kill your creature in response to you casting it, the same way the would when you cast Leveller anyway.

I think some of these cards might be of more use:

  • Street Wraith provides you a zero-mana instant-speed win condition once your combo is in place, which means your opponent has almost no way to defeat you once you’re empty-decked with a wincon in play.

  • Swiftfoot Boots if you really think hexproof is worth it. Ideally you’d be in-white for Giver of Runes. Though personally i’d be more in favour of just wasting the opponents time with Counterspell and Remand

jonjonhholt on Recycling

5 months ago

Street Wraith isnt in ur colors but it essentially cycles for zero mana which is cool.

Dead_Blue_ on farts for sniffing

5 months ago

If you’re running cards like Lightning Bolt and Death's Shadow these cards need to be full play sets. I’d personally go with the full Blood Moon play set as well

Flame Blitz is a sideboard card or meta call.

Hidetsugu Consumes All  Flip offers good utility but I’m not sure 4 MB is the right call. It’s just too slow

As for your mana base, cut the Mana Confluence, there’s no reason to run it in a 2 color deck. I think a few more black fetches should fill that slot. With you’re current setup you’re going to really want T1 Fetch Swamp T2 Fetch Swamp T3 Fetch Blood Crypt which doesn’t play well with double red demands and waiting til turn 4 to get your deck going is too slow. You should consider cutting the Voidwalker all together as it’ll give you a less demanding and more consistent path for your mana base requiring only 1 black mana source over 3 turns to get going

Some other cards that would fit well here are Dark Confidant and Street Wraith

Max_Hammer on Golgari Graveyard (Casual Modern)

6 months ago

You should try adding something to give them trample. Just two copies of Talons of Wildwood would make this a lot better.

Remember, your 10/10 treefolk and all of those big baddies leeching off of your graveyard can all be blocked by 1/1's with no problem. Rancor is fun too, but you can't bring it back from being milled.

If I were you I'd get rid of your Gurmag Angler, since quite literally eating up your precious graveyard creatures, and 1-2 copies of Street Wraith, since they don't serve any key purpose.

TheOfficialCreator on Tergrid EDH

7 months ago

I'm not sure Gauntlet of Power or Invoke Despair are necessary.

Cards like Thoughtseize, Ostracize, Inquisition of Kozilek, Harsh Scrutiny, etc. are pretty good with Tergrid s well.

Also, Memory Jar, dear god.

Reality Smasher, Street Wraith, Struggle for Sanity and Wit's End are also possible inclusions, as are Dark Ritual and Cabal Ritual.

keizerbuns on Harrison's Life Spend Deck

8 months ago

Thanks for the suggestions Borgen! I do actually already have two copies of Street Wraith in the deck, but Tenacious Underdog isn’t one I thought to use. I’ll give the underdog a try and see how I like him. Thanks!

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