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Legendary Creature — Ooze
As The Mimeoplasm enters the battlefield, you may exile two creature cards from any graveyard. If you do, it enters the battlefield as a copy of one of those cards with a number of additional +1/+1 counters on it equal to the power of the other card.
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5 days ago
I have replaced Favor of the Overbeing, Gift of the Deity, and Helm of the Ghastlord, which decreased the average converted mana cost of this deck from 3.85 to 3.82, which is very nice, since those cards better match the theme of this deck; in particular, Altar of Dementia gives me an additional way to put creatures into my graveyard and also make my opponents put creatures into their own graveyards, for The Mimeoplasm to copy.
5 months ago
I can assure you that The Mimeoplasm plays very differently from Slimefoot and Squee due to its nature and the difference between Jund and Sultai. For example, the reason why I was thinking about Titan of Industry and Woodfall Primus is that I consider them analogs to each other between these two decks. I've already mentioned why I think Woodfall Primus is a good fit for S&S, but I find its Persist annoying in Mimeoplasm because how it interacts when The Mimeoplasm eats it. On the other hand, The Mimeoplasm's method of "reanimation" may be powerful and uniquely avenue opening, it only works once, and whatever I've committed to it is gone. I much prefer the Titan of Industry here for its slightly better stats and combat ability, and its flexibility of ETB options (ESPECIALLY the shield counter to ensure you're making your investment count).
5 months ago
Thank you Cornonjacob07!
Yeah I have a bit of a rep in my playgroup for having mostly graveyard decks. I've embraced it at this point. Necromancy is my jam. Funnily enough I was thinking of building The Mimeoplasm next as I am still missing a sultai deck in my collection. My only worry is that it may end up too similar to this one. But I'll have to get to brewing to find out if I can make it different enough from my current decks.
From your suggestions I actually very much like Titan of Industry and Doomgape. I just finished updating my deck and currently don't know what I would cut for them, but I will definitely put them on my watch list. I love the flexibility of Titan and I've wanted a way to gain life in a pinch in the deck so Doomgape could fit that role. I could put in Kokusho instead for lifegain, but I kept that one out deliberately.
5 months ago
I really like the ideas presented in your deck and the fantastic write up. It's always nice to see other people passionate about necromancy decks. My first and still main EDH deck is The Mimeoplasm, and I've been wanting to branch off into Jund reanimation for years, especially since Gyrus, Waker of Corpses wasn't really working, so when Slimefoot and Squee were spoiled, I knew they'd be perfect, especially as a home for some of the aristocrat oriented cards that I've wanted to play that aren't really practical for Mimeoplasm.
I have a few suggestions of varying seriousness I hope you consider. Firstly is Woodfall Primus as a big beater with attached noncreature destruction. Titan of Industry is also a solid option, but I think Woodfall Primus having Persist is a huge advantage in a deck with so much emphasis on sacrifice. Secondly, a more fun than powerful card I'll suggest is Doomgape. I think it fits nicely into a deck that's a blend of reanimation and aristocrats, and it's also huge and can gain a lot of life, which you say is something the deck lacks much of. Finally, Titania, Voice of Gaea Meld and Argoth, Sanctum of Nature Meld. You're no stranger to milling, discarding, even sacrificing lands here, so Titania can net some life and meet her condition easily, and Argoth's second ability gives mill in a pinch and has relatively low opportunity cost to run over a basic Forest. If you manage to meld them, that's a World Shaper death trigger and another enormous creature.
11 months ago
The Mimeoplasm will enter the battlefield and there will be two replacement effects to apply. There will be one to put the noted counters on him and another to allow you to exile two cards from graveyards and make him a copy of one with counters equal to the power of the other. The Mimeoplasm that enters the battlefield will be a new object with no relation to its previous existence, so it will not be a copy of the card it was when it was exiled.
11 months ago
Just wondering how exactly an interaction with The Mimeoplasm and Tawnos's Coffin would work. Would The Mimeoplasm reenter the battlefield with the ability's of the creature's it exiles? Or would it simply just return with the plus one plus one counters it originally had with his secondary ability.
11 months ago
Yeah Dangerwillrobinson79, it has great replay value because you end up mixing and matching different Frankenstein combinations with The Mimeoplasm, you can win through big bruisers that you keep reanimating, or even steal games with Sidisi, Brood Tyrant after a Hermit Druid activation. There are other toolbox modes too like getting Glen Elendra Archmage out once The Mimeoplasm is on board to keep protection live, or using Stormtide Leviathan and/or Toxrill, the Corrosive to control the board. It's always different and never feels unfair so it's a ton of fun for me.
1 year ago
I've had that happen a few times with custom cards, but in my Chromium deck Tallowisp was often one of the best keys to victory.
Dimir Infiltrator in a The Mimeoplasm deck allows you to grab Phyresis, then all you need to do is get a big creature into the graveyard (like The Tarrasque), then play Mimmy and make a big unblockable creature, then give it infect. Very good.