Creature — Zombie
When Stitcher's Supplier enters the battlefield or dies, put the top three cards of your library into your graveyard.
|Want (2)||PlasteredLyric , Rabu|
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|Core Set 2019 (M19)||Uncommon|
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|Commander / EDH||Legal|
Stitcher's Supplier occurrence in decks from the last year
All decks: 0.1%
All decks: 0.04%
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.02%
Stitcher's Supplier Discussion
5 days ago
Waste Not can make a ton of blockers, plus you'll probably have tutored for Waste Not in the earlier turns, which means by the time you curve into angrath, you will most likely have 3-4 zombies. Either way, this is the ideal situation, so angrath is still very debatable.
If I was to put Angrath, the Flame-Chained , I would consider cutting Last One Standing . Reason i say this is that unless you can get an early Waste Not , your board will be fairly small,a nd you'll most likely only have Kroxa, Titan of Death's Hunger out, making that 8/8 Uril, the Miststalker even more liley to stick around while you cry in a corner.
Alright; thanks for reading =)
5 days ago
DemonDragonJ: Thanks! It's tragic I can't run Phytohydra , but at least I can run Stitcher's Supplier (feed her dead things), Painful Quandary (moral difficulties between fame and the right choice!), and Victimize (what happens to anyone who gets in Seymour's way).
It's a stretch, I know, but still XD
1 week ago
Siren of the Silent Song is a favorite of mine. Also, no Empty the Pits , Syphon Flesh , Vizier of the Scorpion , or Moan of the Unhallowed ? Gotta go wide! I also recommend Stitcher's Supplier , Returned Reveler , and Crow of Dark Tidings . Stocking the graveyard is a good way to spend an early turn, so you can start getting value right away when TSG hits the board, and the mediocre bodies don't matter later, since they can come back as 4/4's. I also recommend Mire Triton and Tymaret Calls the Dead when Theros Beyond Death comes out.
1 week ago
You might like these: Stitcher's Supplier , Burnished Hart , Moldervine Reclamation , Smothering Abomination , Syr Konrad, the Grim , Lightning Coils , Desecrated Tomb , Champion of Stray Souls , Cauldron of Souls , Death's Presence , Dawntreader Elk , Diligent Farmhand , Plaguecrafter
2 weeks ago
Looks good! You might like these: Herald of Leshrac , Stitcher's Supplier , Custodi Soulcaller , Blind Zealot , Palace Jailer , Wispmare , Judith, the Scourge Diva , Kongming, "Sleeping Dragon" , Balefire Liege , Instigator Gang Flip, Lim-Dul's Paladin , Siege-Gang Commander , Goldnight Commander , Cathars' Crusade , Cauldron of Souls , Pitiless Plunderer
3 weeks ago
The most effective card draw pieces happen with a trigger. You see this with cards like Runic Armasaur , Sylvan Library Rhystic Study and Dark Confidant , all powerful cards that see competitive play. We can divide most triggers into periodically (every upkeep/draw step/whatever) or upon event (When you play a type of spell, etc.).
Should you have to invest mana past the initial to draw cards? Any extra mana investment beyond the initial for the permanent significantly lowers the power level. Consider a card like Dawn of Hope . I was excited to brew when I initially saw, but paying for a draw eats up one resource to replenish another (in this case, mana for cards). White isn't particularly known for having explosive mana available, or ramping mana either. I think this option is definitely the weakest route, and the most likely to see printed.
Compare to competitive EDH powerhouse and annoying trigger generator Rhystic Study or Mystic Remora . Instead of costing you, it generates advantage by forcing opponents to spend resources or fall behind in a different type of resource.
If mono white does ever receive a face lift treatment for card draw, I see it being a non-periodical trigger that serves to equalize advantage or negate advantage. What do I mean? Imagine Rhystic Study except it fires off an opponent drawing a card. The opponent either gives you resource parity (they draw a card, you draw a card) or must spend resources ( mana to stop you from drawing a card) to negate the parity. It is also easy for me to imagine an offshoot creature of Runic Armasaur for white that fires off of different triggers. Opponent casts an artifact or enchantment? Draw a card. You have elements similar to a card like Balance without giving white a spell they can recur continuously to blast past their opponent.
Imagine Sandstone Oracle effect as a mono white sorcery. It would function similar to how people have abused the card Windfall throughout MTG history, with the exception that only the mono white player is doing the drawing. Any kind of recursion, fast mana, 0 cost permanents, and cheap utility permanents are going to make the card a headache. Consider its application outside of the mono white context. A Red White storm deck could use it with cards like Fork to draw far more cards than intended if you have mana available to dump instant speed cards between the two refill your hand spells. I think this effect printed at a playable cost (anything around ) would cause more problems than it solves.
How about gaining effective card advantage, say a card like Stitcher's Supplier ? I also imagine this to be a future out for white draw, especially when combined with anything that brings multiple permanents back from the GY. I consider the highly underrated Return to the Ranks to be an example of this. The problem is, flavoring cards going to the GY to suit the white color pie. I'm imagining a card similar to Oath of Lieges but counting cards in GY before milling yourself. Another route would be a permanent that triggers self mill upon life gain, a wholly white effect (and possibly holy too).
1 month ago
So I was thinking about how it's absurd that Hogaak went from over 20 bucks or whatever to like... 50 cents, and scrolling through the impressive lack of edhrec data on it. Saw mimeoplasm and the gears started turning. I came to tapped out, searched for decks that had both mimeoplasm and muldrotha, and was surprised, impressed, pleased, and saddened to see this masterpiece you've crafted. Do you play with it regularly, is it fun? Are there spicy cards you think about trying, or have tried tossing into the mix? Stitcher's Supplier seems good. Hope you're enjoying, if I brew up an imitation, I'll share it!
1 month ago
Stitcher's Supplier is an excellent graveyard filler for these types of decks to have more access to your cards. I would also recommend Deadbridge Chant as another useful recursion that also fills the graveyard.