Artifact — Equipment
Equipped creature has shroud. (It can't be the target of spells or abilities.)
(Blue)(Blue): Attach Neurok Stealthsuit to target creature you control.
Equip (1) ((1): Attach to target creature you control. Equip only as a sorcery.)
|Want (3)||billtheturnip , kadabura , Suicune|
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|Fifth Dawn (5DN)||Common|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Neurok Stealthsuit occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.01%
Neurok Stealthsuit Discussion
4 days ago
It's a-me again. Troll trader prices:
Jin-Gitaxias, Core Augur - n/a (8.20 Liliana Market)
Agent of Treachery - 3.16 (1.70 Liliana Market)
Galecaster Colossus - n/a (0.50 Liliana Market)
Neurok Stealthsuit - 0.43
2 weeks ago
You might consider adding some protection for Alela along the lines of Neurok Stealthsuit, Mask of Avacyn, Swiftfoot Boots, Lightning Greaves, and/or Whispersilk Cloak. An underplayed blue card, in my opinion, is Diplomatic Immunity, as well, or even a simple card like Robe of Mirrors. All of them offer some protection for Alela, and trigger her ability to make a token. Some other budget options that are underplayed include Kaya's Ghostform and False Demise.
Hopefully those get you some ideas for protecting the Commander better.
1 month ago
1) Is it better to run Lightning Greaves or more counterspells?
Gonna go with Greaves here. You have 3 opponents, there is 1 of you. If you trade counterspell for removal 1-for-1 all day, you're going to run out of cards protecting your shit faster than your opponents will run out of cards trying to get rid of it. Also consider Swiftfoot Boots for budget option! Also consider Neurok Stealthsuit if you're in blue.
2) Mana rocks
Less cost to cast is far superior here, but accounting for budget adds roadblocks. From a play perspective, its better to invest mana turn 2 to have a big turn 3, rather than invest mana turn 3 to have a big turn 4. Look for rocks that come out on turn 2. If the talismans are too pricey, consider the even more budget signets Gruul Signet etc. etc. for the whole color wheel. There are also a handful of extremely nice 2 CMC budget rocks, Mind Stone Prismatic Lens Fractured Powerstone . The talismans are a pretty good investment though, because you can use them in so many different decks. Same with a card like Sol Ring . If you're gonna splurge, rocks are usually a good spot to do it. Also about lands vs. rocks, you should include both. You want to get ahead of the mana curve in 99.9% of situations in MTG.
3) Lands, color, tapped vs untapped
When building for EDH, I try to go for lands that give access to more than one color, that enter untapped, and you can use multiple times. These lands have been pretty well identified, and you can no longer get them for $1 or $2 like previously. This is another great spot to splurge when deckbuilding, because you can always use lands in future decks if you disassemble, and it makes a big power level difference. If you must include enter tapped lands, look for lands with lots of color diversity of unique abilities. Arcane Sanctum and other tri color lands are my go-to for budget 3-4 color decks. After that, ETB tapped two color lands are preferred. It is worth noting that if you have included good color diversity with your rocks, it makes color diversity from lands easier too. So having all the signets + talismans really helps if your lands aren't as good. Its okay to include ETB tapped lands, but know that the more you include will take away speed from your deck. Definitely agreeable for budget players though!
My last recommendation for mana color production is plug your list into tappedout and use their data to make changes. It will show you all the color costs in your deck, against all the color producers in your deck. Wonderful tool for seeing your mana production needs.
2 months ago
I think you seriously need some card draw, too.
I like the build! +1
2 months ago
DeltaMoth thanks mate! Came up with it when I was hella young. Can't even remember how it came about lol.
Anyway, I feel that. I only mentioned it because of flicker synergy, and the fact that you can protect your creatures with him. Uber useful in many ways. Don't even get me started on Deadeye + Mulldrifter lol
Also, I personally add Neurok Stealthsuit to every single blue EDH deck. Instant speed Hexproof on a stick is just silly. Maybe I overrate this card or something but I don't see it as often as I would think.
2 months ago
I like your creative approach here. I really think you should consider running some of the protective equipment to take care of your commander. Swiftfoot Boots , Mask of Avacyn , and with blue in the deck, you could also run Neurok Stealthsuit , all of which are pretty good budget option.
I think you should also consider running some sac outlets, that way if you see something nicer you want to steal with Rubinia, you don't have to give the other creature back. Criminally underplayed sac outlets like Fanatical Devotion and Martyr's Cause would also double up as protection cards. Carnage Altar is pretty non-threatening and provides card draw, and Spawning Pit is nice in that it doesn't instantly scream "COMBO ENGINE" when it hits the board.
Some flicker effects might also let you make the most out of ETB effects from creatures that steal stuff. Flickering Altered Ego every turn could get terribly annoying. If you could afford a Gilded Drake , it get's really annoying. But, you aren't running a critical mass of creatures here, so that may not be worth considering.
Again, love the idea here. +1.
4 months ago
Digging the changes. Tezzeret the Seeker is amazing! One of my favorite planeswalkers in general. Have you tried Mu Yanling, Sky Dancer yet? I'm testing her and it's really not too hard to get to her emblem from what I've experienced. I'm also really liking Neurok Stealthsuit for it's ability to move to different targets at instant speed.
5 months ago
some people like cheap 1/1 flyers, Faerie Seer
Cunning Evasion protects form blockers
Neurok Stealthsuit is great for protecting single targets