Hidden Stockpile

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Brawl Legal
Frontier Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Aether Revolt (AER) Uncommon

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Tokens

Hidden Stockpile

Enchantment

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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Hidden Stockpile Discussion

ZendikariWol on I sold my soul to the devil...

1 month ago

Oh? Then if you want to make it a life deck, I'd encourage you to take a look at Karlov of the Pings. It's a life gain deck of mine, has a lot of great stuff. However it should be noted that to truly break Krav's ability there should be some token producers too.

Benevolent Offering can win you some friends on the table. Brimaz, King of Oreskos is a powerhouse. Captain's Claws can be equipped to Regna. Cenn's Enlistment can get rid of garbage lands. Doomed Traveler is a generally great card. Entreat the Angels is awesome. Ghoulcaller Gisa is oddly both a sac outlet AND token producer. Hero of Bladehold is a legend. Hidden Stockpile is honestly pretty good. Hoofprints of the Stag and Krav work great together. Hunted Witness is a slightly worse Doomed Traveler, Icatian Crier is a great way to pitch lands. Legion's Landing  Flip is a nice one-drop and a permanent source in the late game. Leonin Warleader is nice. Lingering Souls is a classic. Militia's Pride, along with all these other cards, makes me wonder if attack-based tokens is a viable modern strategy. Mobilization is great if the game gets stagnant. Monastery Mentor is soooo good. Necromancer's Covenant is insane against aristocrats. Ogre Slumlord is a great rattlesnake and honestly the freaking best. Ophiomancer isn't quite as good, but still nice. Patrol Signaler- again with the attackers! Pawn of Ulamog could also be a great mana source, in the same vein as Sifter of Skulls. Promise of Bunrei seems really good. Quest for the Gravelord is a good thicc boi. Raise the Alarm is actually pretty underrated. Regal Bloodlord is great here. Sacred Mesa is great, and very repeatable. Smothering Abomination would be devastating here. Sengir Autocrat is 4 sac targets. Skirsdag High Priest can make some thicc bois. Sorin, Lord of Innistrad and Sorin, Grim Nemesis are both perfect for this deck. Twilight Drover is also freaking amazing. Wingmate Roc is, once again, practically designed to be played here!

Stammetje91 on Orzhov Aristocrats

2 months ago

Ranovex: As promised I would hit you up when I did some play testing with Hidden Stockpile. The card is great, and I just bumped it up to four in the MB after testing with three. Against most decks you want two early in the game, so you can generate a lot of value. Being able to scry is just icing on the cake.

shayseph on Aminatou's Army

3 months ago

Add Oketra's Monument + Intangible Virtue // remove Radiant Destiny + Mobilization- most of your creatures are white, reduce their cost and get even more free tokens, still anthem the tokens and give tokens vigilance, though sadly lose the mana sink. Virtue also drops sooner than Destiny, doesn't need the ascend, and buffs your monument/warrior tokens.

Others to consider:

Mentor of the Meek - great card draw before you've stuck multiple anthems or could help you rebuild in a post-anthem situation.

Hidden Stockpile - swap a soldier for a servo and control your topdeck which is important with little card draw/miracle hopes. Doubles a token per turn with Anointed Procession, gives Cathars' Crusade an extra trigger per turn, fires off of Conjurer's Closet each turn or just an Aminatou blink, etc.

Call for Unity - you'll likely lose tokens each turn (for sure with hidden stockpile), and while this was too slow for standard it can become 'remove or die' in commander when it's giving all your creatures +5/+5 or more. Slow, but if your meta has lots of board wipes and rebuilds it could be a game winner.

JethroWilkins on Imma take dat and imma take dis

3 months ago

For what it is worth, I tallied up every nonland card and recorded it as either a "take" effect (from play or from the graveyard) or a "sac" effect (which, obviously, sacrifices the creature).

This deck has 17 ways to take opponent's creatures, only one of which is repeatable.

This deck also has 12 ways to sacrifice creatures, many of which are repeatable.

I don't know if these are acceptable numbers for you or not, but I thought I would let you know what you are working with.

Also, since I'm a completionist, I added up the nonland cards that neither took or sacced anything. The result: 35. There are 35 cards that don't do either. I thought that was interesting data.

If you would like ideas for more take effects, consider Flash Conscription, Grab the Reins, Might Makes Right, and Mass Mutiny, which all work well in the deck and are all decent upgrades over the traditional Threaten text.

If you are interested in more sac effects, how about Bone Splinters, Carrion Feeder, Diabolic Intent, Goblin Bombardment, Hidden Stockpile, and although it is slow, Smothering Abomination.

GeminiSpartanX on Bitterblossom is modern? When did this happen??

3 months ago

Glad to see that you're back! There's a guy in my lgs that has been playing BW tokens pretty successfully, since it does seem well-positioned atm. He maxes out on push before path since it has less of a downside, especially if you run more than 4 fetches. He also plays 2-3 Hidden Stockpile in the MD since it's good tech against Maelstrom Pulse, Detention Sphere (sac the one they target), and against a wrath you can get some scrys in to get back into the game faster. Spectral Procession is still good, so I'd play that over the Sram's. Settle the Wreckage is the preferred SB sweeper now if you're a white creature deck. It's very good against decks like bogles if they don't have a leyline out since the creatures are exiled, which I believe gets around totem armor. I'm not sure if there's been any major changes to tokens in general, but I'm just sharing what seems to be working for this guy I know.

lagotripha on Nightsky edge

3 months ago

I'd look at playing it as more of a midrage list, making use of resilient threats like Blood Baron of Vizkopa, Stillmoon Cavalier and a lot of disruption- Tidehollow Sculler, Sin Collector, kill spells etc. Things like Conjurer's Ban will do a lot to help the game reach that later stage.

There are also some powerful sac effects in B/w, with Cartel Aristocrat, Hidden Stockpile, Teysa, Orzhov Scion and powerful token generation in both colours- a Promise of Bunrei list is very playable.

Grifoneis on Endrek Sahr, Master Breeder custom

3 months ago

And finally the last recommendation is to make this a white/black deck starring Krav, the Unredeemed and Regna, the Redeemer for a nice cycle of life gain makes tokens which sac to draw cards and gain life which make tokens. Allstars include Regal Bloodlord, Ajani's Welcome, Crested Sunmare, Elenda, the Dusk Rose, Hidden Stockpile, and Debt to the Deathless. Buuuut that all might be farther down the line. Or turn it black/green with Meren of Clan Nel Toth or something for better grave recursion and ramp.

ZolvaNation on Bloodsuckers

4 months ago

Hello SP3CTR3_chelts i believe that you can remove Elenda, the Dusk Rose from your deck, she is good but she works the best in a deck that has a sack outlet Hidden Stockpile or Yahenni, Undying Partisan.

I run a vampire deck too, you can put in Make a Stand for mass field wipe prevention.

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