Sisters of Stone Death
Legendary Creature — Gorgon
: Target creature blocks Sisters of Stone Death this turn if able.
: Exile target creature blocking or blocked by Sisters of Stone Death.
: Put a creature card exiled with Sisters of Stone Death onto the battlefield under your control.
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|Guilds of Ravnica: Guild Kit (GK1)||Rare|
|Ravnica: City of Guilds (RAV)||Rare|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Sisters of Stone Death occurrence in decks from the last year
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All decks: 0.0%
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Sisters of Stone Death Discussion
1 week ago
Sisters of Stone Death is the character depicted.
Sisters of the Statuary
Legendary Creature - Gorgon
, Pay 2 life, Put the top three cards of your library into your graveyard: You may exile a legendary creature from a graveyard, if you do, create a token copy of it, except that it is a noncreature artifact, in addition to any other types.
I'd like a Common equipment that cares a about a tribe without any tribal equipment currently (Knights, Rogues, Humans, Legends, Soldiers, and Wizards all have some I'm sure, I think there's others with Tribal equipment, though).
1 week ago
IzmAYAYA: The best advice I can give is that high-power creatures are not very powerful: life totals matter a lot less than in EDH. For example -- Nessian Boar is an actively awful card in EDH, because your opponent will almost always be happy to get a bunch of cards, especially since they can plan around it (because it doesn't have haste). And even if it goes through -- who cares about 10 damage? It's only 1/4 of a single opponent's life total (or, put another way, 1/12 of the total damage you'll need to do over the game). So cards like Knight of the Ebon Legion, Nessian Boar, Questing Beast, Lovestruck Beast, etc aren't very good in 40-life multiplayer, because the type of pressure you have to apply is different.
Sisters of Stone Death CAN be fine, but she's very VERY mana intensive. I'd only run her if you run a lot more ramp.
I'd also tentatively recommend against Skinrender, because it only gets you a single snake. Still, depending on your meta, it can be pretty sweet.
Both of your PWs seem... so-so, and too high-cmc; if you want to run a planeswalker I'd recommend Vraska, Golgari Queen. She did good work for me once upon a time, since you can protect her well, she draws cards by sacrificing excess tokens, and her third ability is absolutely brutal.
I didn't love Uncage the Menagerie when I ran it (remember that all the creatures have to have cost exactly X, no more and no less). But it might work better for you, keep me updated on it.
I'd highly recommend Eldrazi Monument if you can afford it.
Finally, I'd generally recommend lowering your curve. My deck barely gets away with 34 lands and 13 other mana sources, and I have a much lower curve than you. I would suggest starting with 35 lands and at least 5 mana rocks/dorks, and work from there. I'd aim for an average CMC around 3 -- anything over 5 mana should threaten to win the game IMMEDIATELY, within a turn cycle or two.
Hope this helps! (Oh, and you can mark a deck's format as "Commander", and put the commander in the correct place by typing [asterisk]CMDR[asterisk] on either side of her.)
3 months ago
Sisters of Stone Death in a Voltron deck!? This just might be the excuse I need to finally use my copy of her (them?) from the Golgari guild kit!
3 months ago
Hapatra, Resistance Leader 2BG
Legendary Creature - Human Assassin
G: Target creature blocks ~ this turn.
2B: Destroy target creature with a -1/-1 counter, then create a 1/1 green snake creature token with wither.
Who would've guessed that killing things could ever be that useful?
So this is Hapatra from the timespan between Hour of Devastation and War of the Spark, where the remaining survivors on Amonkhet fought the Dreadhorde. She is a cheaper Sisters of Stone Death who could both have her own deck or be in the 99 of Hapatra, Vizier of Poisons .
I wish for a legendary Sultai Hydra with an unusual ability.
4 months ago
Sweet deck. A few possible bombs and things that would be synergistic. 1. Hogaak, Arisen Necropolis 2. Sisters of Stone Death 3. Leyline Prowler 4. Ambush Viper 5. Tetzimoc, Primal Death aka the gift that keeps on giving. 6. Harvester of Souls 7. Terastodon or as my friends call him T-Nasty. 8. God-Eternal Bontu anyways +1
5 months ago
After a much needed magic hiatus I’m coming back and want to make a fun ramp heavy deck that abuses a commanders activated abilities. I have Kraj who I love and want another.
Currently running Sisters of Stone Death , I was wondering what other cool commanders have tons of activated abilities, and if anyone has any lists with them?
P.S Id prefer to not have black in it, even though my current commander does. I’ve found black isn’t typically my style and want to trade my staples to build this deck. If there is a really cool commander though I’d consider it.
7 months ago
Okay I hate to be that guy, but Meren should definitely not be the commander for a golgari commander deck. Massive flavor fail. You have every single Golgari guildmaster in recent memory to choose from- in order: Sisters of Stone Death , Savra, Queen of the Golgari , Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord , and even Vraska, Golgari Queen (it’d have to be Oathbreaker but whatevs).
You also have several prominent members of the Swarm to choose from; Varolz, the Scar-Striped (the Swarm’s chosen Maze Runner), Mazirek, Kraul Death Priest (a significant mover and shaker among the Swarm’s Kraul population), Izoni, Thousand-Eyed (Matka of the Devkarin), Storrev, Devkarin Lich (also a prevalent Devkarin, and a stronger and more interesting commander than Izoni, in my humble opinion).
Meren, by contrast, is from Jund. While she feels like she could be a member of the swarm, she is not- as she is busy not being on the same plane. This means you have seven commanders and an oathbreaker general (choose any one of her FIVE golgari-aligned printings) to choose from for a mote flavorfully appropriate pick.
In the end, though, it’s your choice. And I wouldn’t honestly blame you if you dropped some flavor for power here. In fact, I’m not sure what’s so “Golgari” about this particular brew. Normally the Swarm opts for an Aristocrat strategy... this just seems like two-color goodstuff (though some of the stuff may not be all that good?).