I remember a time when Vampire creatures were
usually overcosted or unwieldy for constructed
Magic (Sengir Vampire being an early exception).
Those days are well and truly gone, with Vein
Drinker suggesting that the creature type is
getting the design features that its popularity
deserves. As a 4/4 flying creature, it's a
strong late-game attacker, and the "Arena"
ability can take out a big range of opposing
creatures to pave the way for your other
attackers or for a ten-power alpha strike by the
Drinker herself. Play early, play often.
This Sengir is a little more expensive, but the
ability can really make it dangerous. 4/4 for 6
mana is a little slow for Standard. Block will
be a different story.
Nice Vampire to add to the all Vampire deck.
Show make a all Vampire deck.
This is a bomb of a card for draft or sealed.
Start killing little guys and then work your way
up to hit the opponent for a lot.
Vein Drinker Creature - Vampire
Vein Drinker deals damage equal to its power to
target creature. That creature deals damage
equal to its power to Vein Drinker.
Whenever a creature dealt damage by Vein Drinker
this turn is put into a graveyard, put a +1/+1
counter on Vein Drinker.
Talk about limited bomb. Removal and beater all
in one, doesn't get much better. Might have a bit
of trouble with the Naya creatures but otherwise
its really good, you don't even have to use the
ability, just swing in the air a few times for
the win. Decent in casual as you can pick of the
smaller creatures (in multi) but to slow in
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