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invisible Stalker is unblockable.
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I would board out all of the Hidden Strings
and replace them with more Notorious Throng
is a great card is that the best mixture of rogue spells? and yes I very much agree that Triton Shorestalker
should be there, as a 4 of. I didnt realize he's a rogue and the one drop + unblockable is strong. Also in reply to the above comments what is the purpose of infect on a creature when Invisible Stalker
is simply a better card here?
Hidden Strings targets Agent of the Fates twice, and ciphers, meaning it can be cast for free every time the unblockable creature its attached to deals combat damage to a player, essentially, as long as it's on the board, things like Invisible Stalker get annihilator 2 if it's necessary to clear some heavy hitting creatures opponents may have.
As for Blighted Agent , it's a neat idea, but I have better options for unblockable 2 drops, mostly because I don't run any other support for infect in the deck, which would make it feel out of place.
Losing life is not damage and will not enable prowl. Silent-blade oni is illegal in modern, since it was only in a supplemental product. Higure has too high cost to consider using with just one ninja. There is just one ninja to consider: Ninja of the Deep Hours , everything else is worse than him. Hada spy patrol can easily be Invisible Stalker . Pulse tracker can be Prickly Boggart .
The deck as a whole lacks any purpose and has minimal interaction with the opponent. As a aggro-control deck (or tempo for short), you want to deploy cheap, efficient, 2-for-1 stuff. Double tribal is hardly ever profitable, since you lose synergy in both tribes by having cards from the other. Stick with one or the other if you want good tribal.
And here it goes the second matchup
i was facing a artifact affinity archtype - something pretty sweet and new to me:
he played Fieldmist Borderpost / Mistvein Borderpost and Mox Opal and striked with his aggroplan Master of Etherium + Etherium Sculptor or his more midgame plan with Ethersworn Canonist + Ethersworn Shieldmage + Master Transmuter + Sphinx of the Steel Wind
first gamei missed to drop a delver to keep up mana but this shouldnt be my tactic against affinity - maybe i was confused a little of the first game - i lost this whith 2 missing damage D:
last game was badly i got 2 island and in turn 4 a tapped Temple of Epiphany with a hand full of burnspells and just one Invisible Stalker - pretty much lost this with 2:1 but it was a better matchup i feel like ;)
Let's get into deepshit with my Modern Tournament Review Section
First matchup was a UWR delver (, who won the tournament by the way... :D )
It was a fight of boardcleaning ... the Invisible Stalker did a good job and noone wanted to waste to much mana to keep up counterspells. Early game we just casted turn1 Delver of Secrets Flip if possible or just go for instaantspeed Lightning Bolt or Lightning Helix because noone wanted his creatures to be countered - however the bolt didn't force out a counter eachtime so it was somehow a show of burnspells ...
Later on we got to see the very cool double Remand combo of myself :) but a single Spell Snare destroyed the plan - there was another Remand of myself on my own Venser, Shaper Savant for even more funny interaction
well he got his combo together too :) i really struggeled when he answered my bolt on his Snapcaster Mage with an Restoration Angel and an extra spell ... anyway the Geist of Saint Traft decided the game twice (even my sword couldn't heal me up against this hexprove angelproducer...)
it comes to an end 0:2 ... D:
I used to have Invisible Stalker in there, but they proved to be too slow for my taste. I have enough evasion in Rancor and Aqueous Form that I can get past creatures pretty dependably. Geist of Saint Traft would be amazing, but for now, it's too expensive. Thanks for the suggestions, nyctophasm and jorjo10!
My first thought on seeing the colours and deck strategy is to ask, what about Invisible Stalker ? Or perhaps the Geist of Saint Traft ? I realize that the second one is not as easily cast as the first, but his attacks always come with an angel, which might make him worth at least a passing glance? Mostly, although I understand the advantages of Kor Spiritdancer , I also know that the Geist would prove to be a better top deck than any of your other creatures following a board wipe or just bad luck by about turn 4.
|Power / Toughness||1/1|
|Avg. draft pick||3.43|
|Avg. cube pick||8.10|
|Commander / EDH||Legal|