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@sonorhC: I am fairly sure that vampires existed before Twilight...
Posted By: Axelle (9/25/2011 9:25:43 PM)


3/3 with flying is about the right cost, but gives it token generation and transform ability it becomes a VERY power lord. Note that this card does not require your opponent to transform, you can create your own condition. Even if you don't start off with enough vampires, Keeper will make it so.

Powerful creature.
Posted By: Cyberium (9/22/2011 6:13:00 PM)


This guy and his transformation is a blast.. That mana cost for transforming is suggesting that this card is not broken.. If it hits the table unanswered, he freakin' end games.. Two of this lord out transformed and it gives huge buff to your vampire army.. Not to mention that all vampires are Sliths with Rakish Heir or Curse of Stalked Prey out, you'll know soon enough who's stronger between Vampires and Werewolves..
Posted By: God_of_Chaos (10/9/2011 5:18:56 AM)


A brutally powerful card. Run 4 of these. With other vampires for support, you'll transform it rather quickly (especially if you've been dropping a vampire on every turn leading up to this, save for maybe the first turn). If you protect it with shroud/hexproof (swiftfoot boots is my favorite), you can even protect it from sacrifice removal (geth's verdict, tribute to hunger, etc.) by saccing the token. Run alongside Falkenrath Noble as well and use the tokens as chump blockers to slowly chip away at your opponent. It's a highly versatile card -- both offensive (transform and attack with a swarm of 4/4 flyers) and defensive (go ahead and defend with the tokens, they're replaceable) in nature. Altar's Reap is even arguably better than Sign in Blood with this. You have a replaceable token to sacrifice, and you can trigger effects from Falkenrath Noble/au... (see all)
Posted By: igniteice (11/28/2011 9:18:03 AM)


Swiftfoot Boots is this guy's best friend. Dropping it any turn before turn 5 means when you drop Bloodline keeper you're also dropping a token. Pull that in two turns and you can ensure 5 vampires out on the field no problem. 5/5, this is one serious *** powerhouse. 4-of.
Posted By: monstersexist (1/3/2012 10:46:34 AM)


It's certainly a tangent but the vampire subtype has always made me interested that it stands alone. In other words, you don't have human vampires and goblin vampires for example. You know, the whole implied race and class thing. Well, it would have drastically changed the ay the Innistrad block works anyway.
Posted By: Mr_Hendry (4/18/2012 3:42:17 PM)


Love this fella in vampire tribal EDH. Bloodline Keeper and Captivating Vampire get along swimmingly.
Posted By: WolfWhoWalks (5/13/2013 3:46:17 PM)


I could see this guy getting pretty silly with Progenitor Mimic.
Posted By: Kirbster (8/23/2013 3:36:54 PM)


this card would be awsome without the transformation with it it is just, well almost, broken. I mean you don't even have to run vampires and this card is good.
Posted By: marwinshieldscale (9/25/2011 10:01:27 AM)


Weird how they split the comments between the faces.

I mean they are the same card, so you'd think they'd have the same rating.
Posted By: faisjdas (9/22/2011 3:38:36 PM)