Korlash, Heir to Blackblade

Korlash Heir to Blackblade Future Sight Singles
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RarityRare
ColorBlack
Casting Cost
Card TypeLegendary Creature - Zombie Wa
Card TextKorlash, Heir to Blackblade's power and toughness are each equal to the number of Swamps you control.
: Regenerate Korlash. Grandeur — Discard another card named Korlash, Heir to Blackblade: Search your library for up to two Swamp cards, put them onto the battlefield tapped, then shuffle your library.
Creature TypeZombie,Warrior
SetFuture Sight
ArtistDaarken
Flavor Text
DescriptionFuture Sight Single Card
Release Date2007-05-04
Dimensions3.5" H x 2.5" W x 0.012" D
Ship Weight0.004 pounds
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- March 14, 2011
-- Anonymous
Ob, Nixilis the Fallen with Korlash, Temporal Extortions, and Corrupts. Works great.
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- December 27, 2010
-- Jay
Korlash yummy! Yes... Run with Lord of the Dead and even Unholy Grotto. The thing I like best about his Granduer abiliy is it specifies Swamp, not basic Swamp. So I just fetch for Leechridden Swamps and/or Dual/Shock lands. Put him back into my hand with Lord of the Undead, or back to the top of my Library if people are picking on my Lord with the Unholy Grotto, and repeat the Granduer process. If I don't or can't overrun my opponent with massive zombies I can just do a nasty Corrupt kill.Great Art, Great Abilities... Who cares if he can't fly, so long as he stays alive with Regenerate you will be provided with Uber deck thinning and land excel!
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- December 04, 2010
-- Eric
I love Korlash, a mono-black just isn't the same without him. Infernal tutor is cool with him :P
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- January 14, 2010
-- Anonymous
This card got insanely powerful after death baron was released. A deathtouching regenerater in a monoblack is the best chump blocker you could ask for. Would be better with flying, but still great the way it is.
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- December 23, 2008
-- Le Pic
Lord of undead...Him 2 Korlash(1 in play) and abuse his grandeur ability.That simple...
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- November 21, 2007
-- Osterius
Better than Nightmare and I'll tell you why. It's a Zombie. Play this in conjunction with something like Undead Warchief and Call to the Grave, all of a sudden not only does it get an additional +2/+1 but while all your opponents creatures are taking hits, you're Korlash remains untouched free to eat their soul.
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- July 02, 2007
-- Nuno_vdk
You are forgeting urborg...with that land u don't need to play with monoblack, in fact, the decks with korlash are usually b/u with teferi and stuff...Anyway this is a great card, one of the best black creatures and will definetly leave its mark in mtg along with its pricepal, the tarmogoyf
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- April 26, 2007
-- Black Power
Looks like Nightmare has returned. Should be one of the best black cards in the set.
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- April 26, 2007
-- Anonymous
Don't bother trying to abuse his Grandeur, or build around it. Just picture him as a low costed regenerating Nightmare, with a perk. Solid beater, but lack of evasion can be a pain.
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- May 17, 2007
-- Guffy
He's 2 mana cheaper than the Nightmare, but he also does not have flying. So at first he will be a smallish regenerating creature at best.Use Demonic Collusion or similar to grab one more Korlash from your library so you can start making use of the Grandeur ability. Then all you need to do is to grab your discarded Korlash from your graveyard back into your hand, then keep playing the Grandeur ability over and over.That will probably work alright. But he's still not a flyer and he does not have trample. So he would be easy to block no matter how big he would get. Besides, he can only get so big unless you are playing monoblack in which case your library would contain more swamps up for grabs.
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