Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window), Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window). Built-in recursion. I haven’t tested it very much, but I feel this card belongs more to the Jund version. When Woe Strider enters the battlefield create a 0/1 white goat creature token. 4 Stitcher’s Supplier: One small creature from Historic, one giant leap for the whole archetype. It does a similar job to the 1 maindeck Lurrus, but Call is more of a faster 1-time boost that is useless with an empty graveyard, while Lurrus is always a 3/2 lifelink body, gives more value over time, and allows us to recur Ovens we mill with Supplier. The ability to sacrifice something with it doesn’t hold priority on its own, contrary to Witch’s Oven, so putting a stop may be useful. Kroxa and his companions had three main virtues: the willingness to make sacrifices, death-defying persistence, and bravery in combat. I leave Claims mainly for Uro and Scavenging Ooze. Historically, this matchup has been bad in standard and it feels similarly so in Historic. Not exactly but sorta close. 2 Eat to Extinction: I’ve been trying different kinds of removal in this deck since the release of Theros. It’s hard to answer their threats, as they attack from so many diffent angles – big Explosion, Uro, Shark Typhoon, zombie tokens from FotD, etc. Portions of the materials used are property of Wizards of the Coast. Trade your Butchers off. 1 Claim the Firstborn: I like to play only 3 maindeck, as it’s not that good in some matchups like Esper Control or Temur Reclamation, and I want to avoid the situation of having too many Claims without a sacrifice outlet. Yes, it negates Woe Strider’s goat, but that’s a small price for saving us. The greatest power I managed to achieve on a Slaughter-Priest was 18. Sacrificing a creature in response to: 3 Duress: For control, Temur Reclamation, and FotD matchups. Escape - , Exile four other cards from your graveyard. Woe Strider Mana Cost Converted Mana Cost 3 Types Creature — Horror Text When Woe Strider enters the battlefield, create a 0/1 white Goat creature token. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. I think that RB Kroxa Sacrifice is an interesting deck to play with lots of choices, and that it can hold its own against most decks in Historic. My Grenzo deck is liking everything about this. I almost get a demogorgon feeling from it. Sacrifice another creature: Scry 1. MagicArena Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. Remember that sacrificing a creature with the Tower is a mana ability so your opponent can’t respond to you adding BB, which can be useful if you want to use the mana on a sorcery-speed spell before they can react. Woe Strider escapes with two +1/+1 counters on it. I think it can better than viscera seer because of the escape ability, which gives you an easier access to it in combo decks. Watch out for T3feri, as returning your Kroxa to hand not only slows down your tempo but also costs you 5 graveyard fodder. Sac outlet. Dreadhorde Butcher turn 2 is harder to cast with early Tower; we don’t run as much cheap Tower-fodder as Lurrus versions and don’t have Bolas’s Citadel that we want to put into play ASAP. Updated July 29, 2020, Stay a while and listen! I found out that I wanted something that 1) is unconditional creature removal 2) exiles the target to get rid of some troublemakers like Klothys, God of Destiny or Rekindling Phoenix 3) targets planeswalkers, like Teferi, Hero of Dominaria. Kroxa and his companions had to make many sacrifices along the way, but ultimately they reached their mythical destination…. Sacrifice another creature: Scry 1. Having great synergy with each other, they help a lot vs other creature-oriented decks. I run Yahenni as a free-cost sac outlet and I usually forget he has the ability to grow. Lurrus can provide absurd value, but is vulnerable to many removal spells. However, I prefer to avoid drawing in scenarios when my opponent might get a game-changing card (like a mass removal) and you’re ahead on board. 4 Mayhem Devil: this deck has 21 other spells and 5 lands that include word “sacrifice”. Phyrexian Tower from Jumpstart is a great tool that lets us ramp up and sacrifice a creature at instant speed. If it is a permanent spell, it enters the battlefield and will return to its owner’s graveyard if it dies later. I think Viscera Seer is still better just because of the comparative mana costs, but if you’re in a deck that wants Viscera Seer it probably wants this too. If they play Embercleave (usually Gruul or MonoR), try to keep their creature count low to potentially increase its casting cost. Check. According to pro player and mathematician Frank Karsten’s calculations on how many colored mana sources are needed to cast one’s spells consistently, we need at least 16 black (18 if we include sideboard Ashiok) and 14 red mana sources in this deck. It's like Viscera Seer, BUT WAIT! It would also make more sense together with Call of Death Dweller to give it deathtouch.