Revolt — At the beginning of your end step, if a permanent you controlled left the battlefield this turn, create a 1/1 colourless Servo artifact creature token.
, Sacrifice a creature: Scry 1.
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|Mystery Booster: Store Edition (MYSTOR)||Uncommon|
|Mystery Booster: Convention Edition (MYSCON)||Uncommon|
|Aether Revolt (AER)||Uncommon|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Hidden Stockpile occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%
Hidden Stockpile Discussion
1 month ago
Have you considered Hidden Stockpile? It would fit nicely here and would smooth your draws, have a steady sack outlet and a servo every turn.
6 months ago
RNR_Gaming I have both White Sun's Zenith and Swords to Plowshares I just don't know what I should remove from my current deck to add them in! Also, Hidden Stockpile is something i'll definitely have to add along with Spawning Pit . Both Vindicate and Anguished Unmaking are great cards but they are out of my budget but if I could trade with anyone at my local magic shop for these cards i'll be sure to look out for them!
6 months ago
Hmm if this is in a budget...
1) Hidden Stockpile - repeatable token generation
2) White Sun's Zenith - a great mana dump; very good in the mid and late game
Also, I noticed you have very little interaction
1) Swords to Plowshares - is probably whites best removal spell definitely pick one up :)
2) Disenchant - lots of pesky stax cards can get in the way of your token army; most decks try to have some way to deal with em. Granted, Anguished Unmaking and Vindicate are just better I'm not really sure what your price point is on a card.
7 months ago
Cool deck! I see some familiar faces in the deck I made a ways back so basically its just twilight. Have you considered Hidden Stockpile as a creature gen/sac outlet/scry machine? I found it is an extremely useful card, in conjunction with Blood Artist in my deck, but I thought you might find it useful as well.
9 months ago
10 months ago
Kjartan I see what you mean for most of your points, but I'm also a bit confused on them too. Firstly, you say it doesn't need to be fast, just fast enough. I sort of see what you mean because it does need some setting up to work, but what kind of synergy am I looking for? Is the idea of using Hangarback Walker and Walking Ballista a part of that? What kind of mechanics would make this fast enough? Secondly, Vexing Devil . I don't understand and how the card doesn't fit or what makes it something to be on the fence about. Ultimately, this deck damages my opponents down, atleast the way I'm starting to understand it. Devil does this, and like you said, it pairs fairly well with Hidden Stockpile . I guess I don't see where your doubts on it are coming from. And lastly, Chromatic Sphere vs Chromatic Star . They basically do the same thing, except star needs to ping the graveyard, which from how I see it, is slightly less reliable. So why suggest it? And I was also curious of your thoughts on Impact Tremors . It works with stockpile, but I wasn't sure about it as I'm not going to be running creatures reliably, atleast as the deck sits now and as I understand it. So I'm on the fence about it, but is there a different perspective on it all that I should see? And should I keep the average cmc at about 3, where it currently is?
10 months ago
I don't think this deck is very fast, but I don't think it needs to be. It just needs to be fast enough to make your opponent think twice before just taking 3 from Revolution.
I don't think Pain Magnification is that good, but you seem to have come to the same conclusion as well. It takes too much setup, and it quickly runs out of potential as your opponent runs out of cards in hand.
Wrench Mind is fine, but I personally wouldn't play it outside of a discard themed deck.
Vexing Devil I'm on the fence about. I usually only really think it's good in really fast zoo decks, and Claim / Fame burns. Since you're not super fast, your opponent can pretty easily take the 4 damage a lot of the time. However, it is pretty good with Hidden Stockpile . Ultimately I think you can do better.
Not sure you have enough Instants to support Isochron Scepter , but if you do, the card is really, really powerful.
Mishra's Bauble , Chromatic Star , Lightning Helix (to replace Lightning Strike ), Bomat Courier , and Arcbound Ravager _(which is extrememly expensive, but also OP af) could be some additions/replacements
10 months ago
Kjartan So this deck came from an idea a friend of mine had that abused the Pia's Revolution and then the mentioned deck in the description gave me the idea to use Hangarback Walker and Walking Ballista for easy triggers. I also noticed an interesting synergy with Hidden Stockpile and maybe Impact Tremors for an alternate win condition, but after that, I'm at a loss as what to add to help the deck perform. Pain Magnification sounded like a fun addition with the discard and the 3 damage synergy from Pia's, but it doesnt feel like it fits well. Also, most of the cards are up for debate as I've just gotten stuck. I'm not used to faster decks, which I wanted to change, as you probably noticed from my muldrotha graveyard deck (which I've had some good success with after your help, so thank you for that). Do you mind helping me narrow the card selection down and giving me pointers on the faster playstyle?