Syr Konrad, the Grim

Syr Konrad, the Grim

Legendary Creature — Human Knight

Whenever another creature is put into the graveyard from anywhere or leaves the graveyard, Syr Konrad, the Grim deals 1 damage to each opponent.

: Each player mills a card. (They each put the top card of their library into their graveyard.)

Syr Konrad, the Grim Discussion

goodair on Need a home for my …

1 week ago

Sidisi, Brood Tyrant is great. She naturally wants mill, so does tombstone, your in colors the perfect colors for graveyard stuff, and flexiblwe enough to go zombies tribal to boost all those tokens, or not zombie tribal and use those tokens for drain affects/mill. Tombstone is NUTS in my deck, especially when you have synergy like Adrix and Nev, Twincasters, Phenax, God of Deception, Path of Discovery, Altar of Dementia, Syr Konrad, the Grim, ESPECIALLY when you got more than one out!

EDIT: I do have a few cards that care about the zombie subtype, the deck really exploits the fact that they coem in every turn and die every turn with haste, its pretty absurd and is a kill on site. If interested, you can take a look for soem ideas! Sidisi V1.1

KBK7101 on Need a home for my …

1 week ago

Thalisse, Reverent Medium could make stupid amounts of tokens thanks to her own effect with the possibility of Anointed Procession and Kaya, Geist Hunter.

Chatterfang, Squirrel General could do the same thing but in different colors. Would have access to Parallel Lives and self-mill effects to load up your graveyard.

Sarulf, Realm Eater could be some sort of voltron thing as he gets counters whenever opponents permanents get put in the graveyard (which tokens do). The partner commander Sengir, the Dark Baron does something similar and could be paired with something like Prava of the Steel Legion to double down on the token theme.

Kardur, Doomscourge, Thantis, the Warweaver and the partner pairing of Kamber, the Plunderer/Laurine, the Diversion are all about giving creatures to opponents and benefitting from them dying or attacking someone else. Akroan Horse and Genesis Chamber are more examples of giving other players ammunition. Syr Konrad, the Grim also loves seeing opponents creatures dying.

Tombstone Stairwell is such a cool card. I wish I picked one up before it spiked. :(

KingKilvas on Tinybones, Trinket Thief

1 week ago

Syr Konrad, the Grim

Less what you want but still in the ballpark include Diplomacy of the Wastes, Faith of the Devoted and Feast of Sanity for symmetrical discard, Gibbering Descent, Midnight Oil if you can find a way to gift it but I'm not sure black is able to do so, Strongarm Tactics, Torment of Scarabs, Urgoros, the Empty One, Westgate Regent. Hope some of these suggestions help!

plakjekaas on What are some ways to …

1 month ago

Self-mill (like Stitcher's Supplier) and then use your commander to hand-pick back your value/combo/stax-creatures back from the graveyard. And then the secret commander Syr Konrad, the Grim to actually finish games.

Unclebrentie on Meren $30 budget

1 month ago

Also Syr Konrad, the Grim if he gets a reprint.

Unlife on Pauper EDH

1 month ago

My first question would be, within your common card pool, what is your wincon with Keskit? Looking at your idea for a mono-black aristocrats strategy, why not something like Syr Konrad, the Grim instead? My own experience with pEDH, has been with a Fynn, the Fangbearer deck, and even with the basic strategy of infect, I actually found it harder to keep and support a board state in order to win with him since I'm missing a lot of uncommon/rare support cards.

That being said, if you're sticking with Keskit, I'd start by keeping a good amount of removal in the deck, a few more then you'd think you need as you won't have nearly as many boardwipes.

Also maybe look into creatures with things like unearth, escape, flashback, so that you get reuse whatever Keskit ends up putting into yard.

Good luck hope this helps

Gidgetimer on Syr Konrad, The Grim

2 months ago

Unless the ability specifies another zone that it works from, cards must be on the battlefield for their abilities to trigger or be able to be activated. For the most part what is on the battlefield directly after an event happens is checked to see if any ability triggers. However; Leave the Battlefield triggers (of which "dies triggers" are a subset) look at what objects were on the battlefield directly before the event. So if due to a Wrath of God or similar effect multiple creatures including Syr Konrad, the Grim die at the same time, he will trigger for each other creature that dies.

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