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Creature — Goblin Rogue
Prowl (1)(Black) (You may play this for its prowl cost if you dealt combat damage to a player this turn with a Goblin or Rogue.)
Whenever a Rogue you control attacks and isn't blocked, it gets +2/+1 until end of turn.
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Stinkdrinker Bandit Discussion
3 months ago
IlGuale I think Frogtosser Banneret is good because as you said, I play low mana cost creatures, with less mana I can cast more stuff and I think it also work on prowl cost of Stinkdrinker Bandit cuz it'still a rogue
3 months ago
Don't know if you know already, but Saffron_Olive has published a budget Rogue deck this week (https://www.mtggoldfish.com/articles/budget-magic-87-33-tix-rogues-modern). Since you already play almost only Rogue creatures, i suggest you to go full tribal and look at his matches to see if you like it.
Then, in my opinion, Frogtosser Banneret is a bad card in your build, because you play creatures with a very low mana cost and would always want to play Stinkdrinker Bandit for its prowl cost. For the same reason, you could easily play with 20-21 lands.
5 months ago
Most games I play are multiplayer, and in a meta where everybody I know targets people who play blue, a straight-up tempo faeries deck is usually not going to win.
The only real reason there are any Rogues or prowl cards at all in the deck is because of Stinkdrinker Bandit and Oona's Blackguard, which both only work with Rogues (and, incidentally, some Rogues have Prowl). Originally, Stinkdrinker and Latchkey Faerie were the only Prowl cards in the deck, but as you said I like flavor so there are a couple more in there as well :)
I wouldn't really consider Nameless Inversion to be at all useful in this deck since it doesn't trigger Prowl for Stinkdrinker or Latchkey Faerie, and it doesn't get buffs fron Scion of Oona either. I usually wouldn't add shapeshifters in a tribal deck unless the tribe was really lacking support.
5 months ago
a more aggro option for Hidden Strings is Hands of Binding (whitch i use in my rogue deck). Also you might wanna throw some other unblockable creatures like Slither Blade or Triton Shorestalker for the Stinkdrinker Bandit buff. But as I see your rogue deck is more of a control deck while mine is pure aggro with some disruption as. For a control rogue deck you should consider Notorious Throng and Knowledge Exploitation and maybe Explorer's Scope. i don't know if you know this card Thieves' Fortune but don't underestimate it, saved my ass a bunch of times.
Anyway take a look at backstabbed and say what you think :)
7 months ago
9 months ago
next on to suggestions, while its not a rogue per say, Corrosive Mentor could add an extra punch to your non-evasive deck, making opponents wary of blocking with larger creatures.
Deathcult Rogue, Gonti, Lord of Luxury, Inkfathom Infiltrator, Marsh Flitter(comboes especially well with oona's black guard) and Zulaport Cutthroat all have their uses and can be powerful in the right variant of mono-black rogues. (although i think you get the most power from u/b artifact rogues)
Merrow Bonegnawer seems like especially good sb tech against dredge/delirium/graveyard type decks.
10 months ago
If I have 2 Stinkdrinker Bandit in play and my rogues attack, do both trigger and give the +2/+1 (making +4/+2) buff even if one is killed in the blocking phase?