Stitcher Geralf

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Commander 2014 (C14) Mythic Rare

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Stitcher Geralf

Legendary Creature — Human Wizard

{2}{U}, {T}: Each player puts the top three cards of his or her library into his or her graveyard. Exile up to two creature cards put into graveyards this way. Put an X/X blue Zombie creature token onto the battlefield, where X is the total power of the cards exiled this way.

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Stitcher Geralf Discussion

Talbain on Donald Trump's Great Wall of Mill

4 weeks ago

Thanks for the suggestions!

I used to run Nemesis of Reason, but eventually cut it. It has good stats for a reasonable CMC, so it is tempting. However, this deck doesn't do much on the combat step, so without any evasion and without much of a removal suite to clear the way, his ability doesn't get used. That makes him basically 5 CMC wall that can't stop flyers. Great value in other decks that can make use of his ability, but less so here.

RE Lich Lord of Unx, zombie mill is totally a thing and Phenax suits that archetype very well. At one time I bought a whole suite of cards like Stitcher Geralf and strongly considered rebuilding Phenax to use them. However, I ultimately decided against it. Zombies are an entire subtheme that deserve to be built around and heavily synergized. Rather than focus on that subtheme, instead I chose to build more strictly around Phenax and related Dimir good stuff. This deck contains only the two most absurd zombie cards that do not require any other zombies to provide me with their value: Grave Titan and Undead Alchemist.

TheVectornaut on How does Stitcher Geralf calculate ...

2 months ago

The key here is that both parts of Stitcher Geralf's ability use the words "this way" to denote a particular activation of that ability. You can only exile creatures put into the graveyard by that instance of milling, and the p/t of the token is only equal to the combined power of the removed creatures in that instance of exiling. This actually fits much better with the flavor of Geralf literally sifting through corpses to find just one or two he can stitch together instead of creating a cumulative flesh amalgam. I mean, how could a zombie have gained the stats of a previously created zombie while that prior zombie is still alive?

In contrast, you can look at a card like Sisters of Stone Death where the card name is explicitly mentioned rather than just the ability. Geralf's text is intentionally not worded the same way.

Geralf_Cecani on How does Stitcher Geralf calculate ...

2 months ago

Link: Stitcher Geralf

As you can probably tell by my name, I am a big fan of good ol' stitch. He may not be the powerfulest commander but you can't beat him for flavour (its my opinion dont judge me). However, I recently came across an issue with the card. His ability creates an X/X blue zomble, where X is, and I quote: "...the total power of the cards exiled this way."

Now what I don't understand is whether or not that means the total power of the cards exiled in this particular permanent's lifetime (e.g. flickering him would reset the total power of cards exiled cos it's technically a different permanent blah blah) or whether it's the power of creatures exiled with that particular activation (in short, does it or does it not stack). This is a pretty big issue (cos if its the latter hes literally unplayable), so any help regarding this issue is appreciated.

(the gatherer ruling are no help btw i checked)

DrukenReaps on Should I Pretend This Or That?

3 months ago

Lil_Kalki Oooo mass land destruction is a pain... I don't have to deal with much of it in my group or land kill in general for the most part. I frown on it pretty hard, always have, and my group has pretty much followed suit with that. Only time I use it is to prevent responses and win within 2 or 3 turns. Crucible is a good response for it. If you include some self mill like Stitcher Geralf it can help mitigate the mill too. I really can't think of many ways in grixis to deal with MLD... A quick google only brought up cards that kill lands, lmao.

On the bright side I don't think there is an easier to protect commander. This guy is ridiculous with an AEtherling caged. I do feel like there is a lot of reliance on good mana rocks.

landofMordor on Mairsil Kill & Mill|Mairsil EDH-Grixis Wizards #2

4 months ago

lol use self-mill like Mirror-Mad Phantasm, Keening Stone, and then kill with Psychic Spiral (for style points, not really as your main plan). For value, TONs of flicker effects (to give Mairsil more ETB triggers), AEtherling.

I would take out most of the "activated ability goodstuff creatures" like the Morphlings that don't a) gain hexproof or protection of some kind, b) flicker themselves, or c) help you win the game via mill. Otherwise, this deck will be impossibly, teeth-grindingly slow.

for mill: Mirko Vosk, Mind Drinker, Consuming Aberration, Fleet Swallower, Jace's Archivist, Sire of Stagnation, Dreamborn Muse, Havengul Lich, Stitcher Geralf, mass bounce like Evacuation, River's Rebuke.

And don't forget a healthy amount of draw/ramp/control to stay alive long enough to mill your opponents out!

DrukenReaps on Best Mill Commanders?

4 months ago

The Mimeoplasm is a good one. Usually people go self mill or do something dumb with Hermit Druid but I recently threw together Mimeoplasm Just Millin' Around. The general idea being to mill everyone and occasionally cast mimeo whenever a good combination of creatures end up in graveyards.

Some others that benefit from mill or use mill (I have little to no experience with any of these):

Stitcher Geralf- annoy everyone all at once and usually get large tokens

The Scarab God- exile problem things like Kozilek, Butcher of Truth in response to the ability hitting the stack so the next time you mill out that person it is gone. Also you get the 4/4 version which is hilarious.

Lazav, Dimir Mastermind- no direct mill but able to do some funny stuff.

Wrexial, the Risen Deep- rather expensive and doesn't mill directly but benefits from it.

Circu, Dimir Lobotomist- A bit meh by himself with how little he gets but he won't be by himself. worth noting if he hits things like Sol Ring then no one gets to have the ring except you.

Szadek, Lord of Secrets- very similar to what you have now but more linear. You know how much you get with this guy where as your current one could whiff.

Jeleva, Nephalia's Scourge- Likely to be one of the stronger ones. Cast every bodies stuff!

Kaneki___Ken on Kurkesh or Daretti?

5 months ago

Hey guys. As some of you may know I'm making a Stitcher Geralf deck and its been going very well. Current list isn't updated because I haven't had all the time I need, but its been good enough that I decided to work on another deck. I've decided to make a deck in each of the mono-colors and already have a Gonti, Lord of Luxury deck to go along with my Stitcher Geralf deck, and have decided to do my favorite color in MTG, but have always been to scared to try, Mono-Red.

We all know Mono-Red is with Mono-White on terms of strength and neither are the best, but I'm a pyromancer and artificer at heart. These two generals I have lying around, after my brother decided he didn't like his daretti LD deck (THANK GOD), and another just from packing it, and I can't decide between the two.

Kurkesh, Onakke Ancient:

Pros:

Underplay compared to Daretti and I love me an underplayed general

Rings of Brightheart in the command zone? Uh... sure.

Can easily incoporate Daretti into the deck as a support card

Cons:

Boltable

Seems to have a fragile deck

More one directional

Daretti, Scrap Savant

Pros:

Most popular red commander for a reason. Very strong

A planeswalker as a commander is badass.

I love looting so hell yeah +2~

Cons:

Is a planeswalker (very doubleedged sword here)

Popular and can be hated for fear its a STAX or LD deck

Popular but for a different reason, I'm not the biggest fan of the most popular commanders and I like to go off the beaten path.

Anyone have any advice?

RazortoothMtg on Best grusilda creatures

5 months ago

Essentially Grusilda, Monster Masher seems to be the Rakdos version of Stitcher Geralf, so you might want to look at those decks for ideas. Another commander that'd share similar cards would be Rakdos, Lord of Riots, but that's essentially just a list of Eldrazi. So maybe you just build it as a reanimator deck, something along the lines of Sheoldred, Whispering One.

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