cEDH Deck Guide: Old Stickfingers Reanimator
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Today, we'll talk about a cEDH Old Stickfingers deck focused on a Reanimator strategy!Edit Article
one or two, the most used being for
two. It doesn't provide cards in hand, but it can function as multiple Entombs in the command zone, as long as your deck only has the creatures it wants to fetch. That is, when we cast him, we'll put Razaketh, the Foulblooded and Witherbloom Apprentice into the graveyard, and then we'll need something that allows us to reanimate Razaketh, so we can start sacrificing creatures and get the combo pieces.
When to go through each route?
Peer Into the Abyss
Witherbloom Apprentice/Chain of Smog ComboCombo Condition: Witherbloom Apprentice on the battlefield and Chain of Smog on the hand and the mana to cast it. 1. Cast Chain of Smog targeting yourself. 2. This will trigger Witherbloom Apprentice's Magecraft, dealing 1 damage to all opponents and giving you 1 life, and allowing you to copy the Chain of Smog effect.
Analyzing the deck's packages
Ramps and Rituals
staxpieces at instant speed. In order not to be affected by this kind of problem during your turn, Assassin's Trophy is possibly the best removal of the format, as it deals with any permanent with such a negligible drawback. It's worth noting that many lists runs very few basic lands, so there may not even be any more lands of this type in the opponent's deck to search, which makes this card perfect. But beware! It's because it's so good that it's important to save it for times when you can't use other removals. Culling Ritual works both globally and ritually, as it generates mana and destroys all nonland permanents with mana value of 2 or less. This will wipe out opponents' mana stones and should also take out some Stax pieces, while generating you mana to develop the game. Abrupt Decay is another excellent removal, it can't be countered, but it has 2 restrictions: it can't target lands
which isn't exactly a restrictionand the permanent's mana value has to be 3 or less, that is, except for some commanders and other specific cards, this removal can affect any deck. Dismember costs 4 life and a colorless mana to kill a creature, which is usually worth the cost, and Force of Vigor can cost zero if you exile a card from your hand.