Quote from reltastic »I'm a huge fan of Debtors' Knell. Late game, it offers some pretty great value. I'm also irrationally fond of Debt to the Deathless. Not saying it fits in this deck, but I like it as a late game finisher. Same with Necromancer's Covenant.
Quote from razzliox »Yeah. So Phyrexian Devourer has two abilities. One is an activated ability and one is a triggered. You can activate the ability, have Phyrexian Devourer's power go to seven, and put the sacrifice trigger on the stack. Then, you can respond to the sac trigger by repeatedly activating and resolving the activated ability. Still before you have to sac it, you can activate Jarad to burn the table for the total mana cost of your library.
I highly suggest you check out the primer linked in my signature.
Quote from razzliox »Uh, Phyrexian Devourer combos with your commander...
Quote from razzliox »If you're playing the Necrotic Ooze combo, Buried Alive is a must.
Quote from poison counter »Void Maw is just bad, Avatar of Woe is cheap and great and Exquisite blood is mostly a combo piece with sanguine bond both of which you should likely run unless morally opposed to combo or something. Speaking of which have you though about the triskelion/phyrexian devourer/necrotic ooze combo