Just something I was trying out. Seems to work pretty well. I'm not sure about the Spiteful Shadows though it works well if they have a creature that can consistantly block my attacks. Vampire Interloper is the real winner here, working with Rakish Heir , Stromkirk Captain , Curse of Stalked Prey , and Curse of Bloodletting to evade most decks and start ramping damage and +1/+1 counters fast:
2 x Stensia Bloodhall
4 x Dragonskull Summit
9 x Swamp
9 x Mountain
4 x Stromkirk Noble
4 x Stromkirk Captain
4 x Rakish Heir
4 x Vampire Interloper
2 x Bloodline Keeper
4 x Curse of Stalked Prey
4 x Faithless Looting
4 x Tragic Slip
4 x Spiteful Shadows
2 x Curse of Bloodletting
Hmm, I like it, but i think shadows needs out. Chances are that you'll just get one use out of its effect, if even that much. At least cut it down to 2 or less for the odd indestructible creature. But that's just my thought. The rest looks pretty rock solid though, those captains make nasty things happen.
Edit:what are the lootings in there for? Just curious.
Mostly just a replacement for the Spiteful Shadows . I'm not sure what would be most effective.
You could try Blade of the Bloodchief unless you're trying to keep things standard legal.
Your creature base is good. I think your spells could use some work though.
First I would replace faithless looting with Sign in Blood. Faithless looting doesn't do much for you while sing in blood gets you card advantage. I think you gotta try and fit in at least 2 Olivia Voldaren she is rediculous. Depending on how creature heavy your opponents are I think either Doom Blade or Go for the Throat are way better than spiteful shadows and curse of bloodletting.
Hmm, you seem to have the duals in there, do you think your deck can benefit trom terminate ? Or are you trying to keep this standard legal?
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