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- Supernatural Stamina and Magma Spray
- I've got a good one. Metallic Mimic being returned to the battlefield with Supernatural Stamina in the middle of casting another tribal Creature.
- card:Obelisk Spider (HOU)|Obelisk Spider's second triggered ability + card:Supernatural Stamina
- Can I exile a card with ruin rat even if it is the creature that it blocked and has been targeted with supernatural stamina
- Does The Scarab God return to hand after being reanimated?
Until end of turn, target creature gets +2/+0 and gains, "When this creature dies, return it to the battlefield tapped under its owner's control.
|Want (8)||MangaVentFreak13 , pieguy744 , Aquacomics , cwidje , simicdruid , Dylantappedout , MementoMuffin , bhc.000|
Supernatural Stamina Discussion
3 weeks ago
This deck looks pretty good. Similar to my own Vultron-ish Skullbriar deck.
Yahenni, Undying Partisan is another hasty +1 counter creature that has built-in protection.
Vraska, Regal Gorgon might have a bit higher CMC, but I think fits your deck a little more than your current Vraska.
1 month ago
you wouldn't have 2 Accursed Witch Flip. nothing is making a token copy of it. and you definitely wouldn't have 2 witch AND 2 Infectious Curse . you can't turn 1 card into 2 or 4 like that. the Accursed Witch Flip and Supernatural Stamina triggers would both trigger simultaneously, and you would get to choose how to place them on the stack. whichever one you place on the stack 2nd, resolves first. once one has resolved, the other will fizzle because there is no longer an Accursed Witch Flip in your graveyard. you'll be left with either an Accursed Witch Flip if the Supernatural Stamina trigger resolves first, or an Infectious Curse on your opponent if the Accursed Witch Flip trigger resolves first.
1 month ago
I was working on a Teysa Karlov commander deck, when I came across Accursed Witch Flip and Supernatural Stamina and I was wondering... If I had out my Teysa and Accursed Witch, and I cast Supernatural Stamina on Accursed Witch and then sacrificed it or somehow killed it, what would happen? Would I end up with 2 Accursed witches in front of me and 2 Infectious Curse in front of my opponent? Or would it just be one of the options, and if so, which one?
1 month ago
Nice deck! Shadow Rift , Aqueous Form and Distortion Strike might be good alternatives for Ghostform , as they're cheaper and all have other potential advantages. Also, Demonic Appetite and Vampire's Bite might be nice as an alternative to Unstable Mutation if you happen to not draw it at the right time. Could potentially replace Supernatural Stamina , Carrion Feeder or Vapor Snag ? Especially Carrion Feeder doesn't seem all that useful, as this deck doesn't seem to have all that many weak creatures to sacrifice. You might also consider one additional Dark Ritual to get those Mortis Dogs out as early as possible.
1 month ago
Skirsdag High Priest is probably the card you should cut before Nether Traitor because the Priest is easier to remove, where the Traitor nets you free wins, especially if you add something like Supernatural Stamina . Simply put you are never going to get the demon into play from the Priest, there is more chance of something like Quest for the Gravelord working. Grave Pact is probably too slow, to have much of an effect, it would probably be better as a kill spell like Fatal Push or a draw spell like Grim Haruspex. The other option would be to include an additional finisher like Bontu the Glorified
Hope this helps, good luck with brewing your deck.
2 months ago
Aragon_Neotrix Playtesting it, i noticed that turn 1 Children of Korlis , turn 2 Immolating Souleater and turn 3 attack, with an Undying Evil or Supernatural Stamina in hand, u can gain tons of life and deal a supermassive damage on your opponent, and those 3 cards in opening hand plus 3 draws are very common to have. So the more you play with it, more u learn about it's mechanincs and tricks. The scenario that i created before works like paying life to buff Immolating Souleater , lets imagine 16 life, sacrificing Children of Korlis (plus 16), than paying more 16 life to buff even more the souleater, giving Korlis undying and sacrificing it again (plus 32), and buffing even more souleater (whaaat?!!). Yes, thats brutal. And we still have Martyr of Sands and all the other cards to play. I think its pretty consistent. (Take care with the stack, everything must be done in the correct order).
I'm in love with this deck Daarkest!!
2 months ago
Your deck gives me a chance to suggest a card the I've wanted to use, but never quite seen the right setup for, but more on that in a bit...
Conventional wisdom is that you shouldn't mix creatures with infect and those without, outside of mana dorks. It is also that you shouldn't rely on auras, as they give your opponent a 2-for-1. Invisible Stalker though will wear any aura quite happily since it has hexproof, it also can't be blocked. A card like Slippery Scoundrel might also be ok, though 10 permanents is a lot. Neither of these were the card I mentioned in my opening, that card is Elusive Tormentor Flip this card is interesting because it transforms into a 0/1 hexproof, indestructible, can't be blocked creature and can then be flipped back to deliver the 4 damage. It doesn't lose any auras attached when it transforms, so that means a 4/4 infect and the gag is you can transform it back to Insidious Mist in response to your opponents removal.
There is also a decent draw spell with proliferate Tezzeret's Gambit and proliferate on a stick Thrummingbird, both of these are worth consideration. 27 land is a lot, 23-5 would be fine and this gives you more slots. Your also wanting to play control, so Temple of Deceit or Fetid Pools is a lot better than Submerged Boneyard, Halimar Depths might also be worth considering. Moving on, a pump spell might be a good idea Virulent Swipe or Supernatural Stamina for example.
2 months ago
You really should be running four Gifted Aetherborn and Indulgent Aristocrat, I'd probably go with four Captivating Vampire too and two Drana, Liberator of Malakir. To make the space cut Cliffhaven Vampire, Vampire Neonate, Call to the Feast and Forerunner of the Legion, this should help make your deck more efficient. Demonic Vigor is a poor choice compared to Supernatural Stamina or Undying Evil as your opponent can play around it. As a last thought Tragic Slip could be a good removal option for you. Hope this is of some help, good luck with your deck.
Supernatural Stamina occurrence in decks from the last year
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All decks: 0.01%