Invisible Stalker

Invisible Stalker

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Creature — Human Rogue

Hexproof

Invisible Stalker is unblockable.

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Invisible Stalker Discussion

b287213 on Let the Deception of the Gods Yield...

1 day ago

Geist of Saint Traft and Invisible Stalker? Hexproof, low CMC, and on color.

Figag on Infinite Turns & Tokens (TURN 4 TRIGGER COMBO)

2 days ago

I just came back to this list after awhile and it looks really strong! I have nothing more to add to the mainboard, so I thought I'd contribute towards a sideboard. So here goes!

Your opponent will no doubt board in cards to stop / beat your combo. This will include cards that kill or counter combo pieces OR cards that can stop the combo from going off. Luckily, you already have a really strong start to a list to play a +1/+1 counter aggro, so you could sideboard a few cards to make it happen.

Some good starting places would be to put Kalonian Hydra in the side and 2 Mistcutter Hydra would be great. You could also play a bogles sideboard and add in 4 Slippery Bogle and/or Invisible Stalker to the sideboard.

Then I'd add a lot of you maybeboard protection cards to the sideboard. Apostle's Blessing, Emerge Unscathed, and Gods Willing are all great for this. A few extra countermagic cards wouldn't hurt too.

Finally, a few hate cards for the top decks and then you're ready! Maybe Spellskite, Stony Silence, and Leyline of Sanctity.


So perhaps it could look like this:

3 Slippery Bogle

2 Kalonian Hydra

4 Emerge Unscathed

2 Spellskite

2 Stony Silence

2 Leyline of Sanctity

ThatJunkMage on Well Struck.

3 days ago

If you want to jam auras on dudes, you need to prevent yourself from getting all the two-for-ones, by making your dudes hexproof. Invisible Stalker and Geist of Saint Traft come to mind as cards that like to wear pants.

Nef on Ninja Assassins

3 days ago

I'm assuming you've considered Invisible Stalker before. What was the reason for not including it?

LampeShades on Ant chants "BANT" turns Elephant

3 days ago

@Captain_AHat thanks for the feedback!

I used to run Rancor but took it out for other enchantments; however recently I've been missing the trample it granted, so I like the looks of Unflinching Courage.

Daybreak Coronet's double white cost worries me for this deck, which is why I have yet to invest in them; but it is something I am always reconsidering when I play this deck cause I'd like them to work, because they are hands down the best aura card for bogle decks. And now with the reprint in MM2 they are quite cheaper.

I feel Invisible Stalker is a better Silhana Ledgewalker since I'm playing blue.

You're right about the Ordeal of Nyleas being the worst ordeals in the deck, even unnecessary mana wise, but they help trigger the other ordeals quicker while thinning out the library of lands so I can draw into useful things with Ordeal of Thassa and Keen Sense. But I could maybe cut one copy out for something better.

Defpotec on Ajani the silent

5 days ago

Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir protects you from removal during combat, the bane of exalted decks. You could also run things like Geist of Saint Traft or Invisible Stalker or something like that to get around removal.

Clawed6 on Unblockable Conditioning

5 days ago

Putting auras on creatures, or casting sorceries targeting your creatures, is asking for a 2 for 1 when they remove your creature, unless they are hexproof like Invisible Stalker

Using instants is a bit better of course as you can delay the casting till an opportune moment.

I feel then that the deck should go the hexproof route and pile auras or sorcery/instant boosts (both to power/toughness and unblockable effects) onto hexproof creatures.

Or, focus on unblockable creatures that gain from damaging opponents e.g. Scroll Thief and some global enchantments that benefit from unblockable damage to opponent e.g. Bident of Thassa / Coastal Piracy

You could also employ equipment attached to unblockable creatures, at least if they kill the creature you can reuse the equipment on something else e.g. the Swords are great if you have unblockable creatures

TheDevicer on It's a Traft!

6 days ago

Hey mate. I run a pretty tuned tiny leaders deck. It's very similar to this one. Check it out at Bruce Lee's One-Inch Punch.

Let's start off with the lands.Celestial Colonnade is pretty terrible in tiny leaders. It comes in tapped and almost never gets activated. Eiganjo Castle prevents your commander from dying. Mystic Gate, Reflecting Pool, Seachrome Coast, and Wasteland are lands you should look into.

Creatures now. Grand Abolisher shouldn't be a big deal since geist lists should pack ways to protect themselves anyways. Invisible Stalker is low on value. Meddling Mage is better as a sideboard card while Mirran Crusader generally isn't good enough. Same for Silverblade Paladin. I recommend Vendilion Clique and Monastery Mentor instead. Finally, Stoneforge Mystic should be taken out because you won't want the swords. I'll get to that in a bit.

AEther Vial isn't needed here.

Equipment. The major strength of Gesit is that he offers such a solid beatdown option while leaving you up to defend your boardstate. This format is incredibly explosive and committing the mana required by the swords is a huge investment. Instead, I recommend ways to make your commander unblockable. Think Aqueous Form here. Small and efficient is key in Tiny Leaders.

Entreat the Angels and Martial Coup are too heavy. That's all I have time for right now. Tag me here and I'll provide you with much more detailed feedback later.

Power / Toughness 1/1
Color(s) Blue
Cost 1U
Converted cost 2
Avg. draft pick 2.1
Avg. cube pick 9.23

Legality

Format Legality
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Modern Legal
Duel Commander Legal

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Set Rarity
Innistrad Uncommon

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