Stitcher's Supplier


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Brawl Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Core Set 2019 (M19) Uncommon

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Stitcher's Supplier

Creature — Zombie

When Stitcher's Supplier enters the battlefield or dies, put the top three cards of your library into your graveyard.

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Stitcher's Supplier Discussion

Darth_Savage on orzhov titans

1 day ago

Modern is a fast format and your deck as it stands isn't doing anything much turn 1 or 2, you have too many 3 drops. When you are looking for synergy between the two titans a card like Binding Mummy which would work with both or Shadow Alley Denizen make sense. A card like Burglar Rat, will often times help your opponent, a lot of decks in modern want to discard cards. Griffin Guide and Mobilization don't do enough, they cost 3 mana and have very little impact on the board state. Attended Knight is more or less a worse Blade Splicer which is fair enough since one is rare and the other common, but still you have access to the entire Modern card pool. There is a similar issue with Crow of Dark Tidings Stitcher's Supplier is a better enabler for the graveyard and Wayward Servant or Tidehollow Sculler are better creatures.

In it's present form this deck might be ok on a slow casual table, but even then the mana cost balance is off, if you want to stay alive long enough to cast a Titan. At the very least balance the 1,2,3 drops so you have a better chance of something to do each turn, good luck and I hope this helps brew your deck.

Vaxfantomen on Zomblins ~ Standard Infinite Aristocrats

1 week ago

imsocool1234 Thanks!

Have been thinking on it, but the cards I have a hard time to evaluate in numbers is Death Baron, Midnight Reaper, Radical Idea and Lazav, the Multifarious. It helps with digging and have a "trick" but makes Stitcher's Supplier less usefull.

ZorrosRage on CoCo Aristocrats

2 weeks ago

you can still use CoCo midrange just the backup of rally is too good. If you want a fun idea, but would require a different build. Can try tokens around Teysa Karlov. if i wanted to have fun with Teysa prob not competitive you could use Stitcher's Supplierstill. It mills 6. Also Tidehollow Sculler if you can play it and sac it you get them to remove 2 cards forever. Also double procs from your burn creatures could be fun. Don't forget creatures like Doomed Traveler are good cards that proc twice. If you want to play with the new Teysa try it without Elenda, the Dusk Rose and maybe 1x Athreos, God of Passage so your curve isnt so high and if you rally it wont cost as much

ZorrosRage on CoCo Aristocrats

2 weeks ago

Rally the Ancestors and Stitcher's Supplier are good cards i would consider. Can easily kill someone in 1 turn with Rally

Qirn on Golgari Graveyard

2 weeks ago

Thanks for the feedback Lil_Kalki! This is still very much a prototype - I've only playtested an earlier iteration of this build and the Mastermind's Acquisition are new to me. In simulations, there are definitely cards in the sideboard I seem to never want to grab with Mastermind's Acquisition anyway (like Meteor Golem and Poison-Tip Archer), so this is great feedback.

I might add some counter-control like additional Pilfering Imp. Maybe add Duress to replace Stitcher's Supplier when going up against a mill. And Never Happened would be nice, too, as this deck is still not great at dealing with control decks. Another Gaea's Blessing wouldn't hurt for mill decks, too.

I can't think of other kinds of decks I'm not covering via subs that aren't already covered in the build, but let me know if you have any thoughts.

redhead4 on Abzan Combo-crats

2 weeks ago

This is exactly what I've been trying to make with the combo of Saffi Eriksdotter and Renegade Rallier. This is the deck that I was trying to brew, with the 4 CoCos and 3 Vials used in the Bant Spirits deck:

The difference is that it's not trying to fill the graveyard like yours and it does relly more on the CoCo. I'm thinking that maybe the Vials are bullshit tho. I don't know. I just find it very risky to play with Satyr Wayfinder and/or Stitcher's Supplier, because I find myself milling stuff that I don't want to mill sometimes (I know that's what you sign for when playing Aristocrats, but still...). Those cards also give your opponent so much information and reach to disrupt you... I don't know.

I've made so many versions of decks like this, because it's my favorite archetype, but I don't seem to find the best version. The splitting of Zulaport Cutthroat and Blood Artist seems necessary, as well as the Cartel Aristocrat like you say, to avoid surgicals and Leylines. Therefore I give you a thumbs up. I also thought about it, but it was never so clear to me...

Do you think it would be possible to put both combos in a deck? I mean, after all, both combos relly on: sac outlet, drain trigger, and an infinite loop of two other pieces...

Here are some other versions: this one using Bloodghast (not very good because he can't block): another one using Mogg War Marshal, splashing red on it: and a very consistent one, more in the direction of your deck, using Stitcher's Supplier:

Let me know what you think!

Greetings and happy new year! (PS: what do you think of enchantment sac outlets like Hidden Stockpile or Evolutionary Leap??)

ruben5000 on Golgari self mill

2 weeks ago

I wouldn't call myself an "experienced Golgari player," but a while ago I built a deck with a similar idea in mind.

The main issue I see with your deck is that you have almost entirely creatures, with only 4 noncreature cards that aren't lands. I would recommend playing Grisly Salvage in your mainboard, 2-3 copies, as well as maybe some other cards that generate card advantage. The new Underrealm Lich is REALLY GOOD at that, but it's also an expensive card if you don't have it.

I would take out Nighthowler, just because it isn't that great and you already have a lot of cards doing similar things.

I would play a maximum of 2 copies of big finishers like Boneyard Wurm, Graveblade Marauder, or Ghoultree. You already have Splinterfright which does the same thing as the Wurm, and the others just aren't necessary because you have so many duplicates.

With the remaining 7-8 slots (after you take those out and put in the Grisly Salvages), I would recommend around 2 slots of removal other than Abrupt Decay (something like Doom Blade would be good). I mentioned draw before, and Elvish Visionary is a really good, cheap way to gain card advantage—plus, when it dies you get another creature in your graveyard. I would recommend 3 copies of Elvish Visionary and take out 1 Satyr Wayfinder.

That leaves 3-4 slots. I would actually play the Nyx Weavers, 2 copies, as they are a really good blocker and can fill up your graveyard easily.

Finally, with the last 1 or 2 slots, I would recommend Deadly Recluse What? A garbage common from a core set?? Yeah I know, but trust me, this is your best bet dealing with fliers. Flying gets underrated as a mechanic, but the second one of your buddies whips out a deck where all his little 1/1 tokens have flying, or his spirits start whacking you for 2 in the air every turn, these can slow down those attacks considerably.

So to review:

-4 Nighthowler

-2 Boneyard Wurm

-2 Graveblade Marauder

-2 Ghoultree

-1 Satyr Wayfinder

+2/3 Grisly Salvage

+2 Doom Blade

+3 Elvish Visionary

+2 Nyx Weaver

+1/2 Deadly Recluse

And that's it! Keep in mind that these are just suggestions. All of these cards can be had for about 50¢, and if you have them, I would definitely recommend Underrealm Lich instead of 1 of the Abrupt Decays, and a second copy instead of 1 of the Stitcher's Suppliers.

Have fun! I love playing around with the graveyard, and I hope these suggestions help you improve the deck!

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