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…”Your list is looking like it’s going to be much more synergistic than mine, which might move it along a little faster. Mine just bludgeoned everyone with a recurred Suffer the Past or two each turn thanks to Mr. Xiahou and his Dawn of the Dead/Corpse Dance/Profane Command. One thing to note on the subject of draw spells: Cantrips can be pretty good! If there are effects you will likely be looking for anyways, running a cantrip with that effect might be worth it. Annihilate for example is an over priced terror with a cantrip. Unless you’re playing against black players only, you’ll never be sad to draw that. Recover is a Raise Dead with a cantrip attached – Urborg Uprising is TWO Raise Deads and a cantrip. If you’re a betting man, Slay could be techy. Tainted Well is your answer to Kor Haven, and it cantrips. Cremate and Headstone nail that Reanimate target, and cantrip….you see where I’m going. This might be a play style thing, but I have many of these cards in my Skullbriar Aggro deck and I like casting them a lot. XD also recurs them all, for the record.”
“…I can’t believe no one has mentioned Victimize! With one dude that makes multiple dudes in the ‘yard (Grave Titan is the most obvious, but don’t forget awesome dudes like Sengir Autocrat and Marsh Flitter) and Xiahou Dun, you can loop Victimizes for as long as you have dudes in the yard and the mana. You can even use Entomb to throw Victimize into the ‘yard to get the engine rolling! On six mana, you can do stuff like sac Reassembling Skeleton to cast Victimize, bringing back Xiahou Dun and Grave Titan, getting two Zombies. Then sac Xiahou Dun to return Victimize, sac-ing a Zombie to cast it again, bringing back Xiahou Dun and the Twisted Abomination you Swamp cycled earlier. Then, of course, you sac Xiahou Dun to bring victimize back to your hand so you can start the cycle over again!This is just a mild example; it gets really ridiculous if you’ve set up a Grave Pact effect or a man like Harvester of Souls. The card advantage seems way too good to pass up, especially with how easy it is to set up the loop.”
I love this. Victimize is getting the bump to the top of the list of must-includes.