Bootleggers' Stash

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Alchemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Brawl Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Pioneer Legal
Pre-release Legal
Standard Legal
Vintage Legal

Bootleggers' Stash

Artifact

Lands you control have ": Create a Treasure token." (It's an artifact with ", Sacrifice this: Add one mana of any colour.")

legendofa on Hungrymaw, the Ravenous

1 month ago

A giant mimic that kills you as soon as you touch it or do anything around it. If I'm ever D&D-ing with you, remind me to stay twenty feet away from everything at all times.

I know is the treasure color set right now, but I see this alongside Archelos, Lagoon Mystic in a hard control/stax build. Lock down the battlefield, create and/or copy a few Treasures (Bootleggers' Stash?), and snipe anything that moves.

Wolffang988 on Korvold, the Draconic Railgun *Primer*

1 month ago

Eisbeutel Kamigawa actually performed fairly well and there will be a ton of changes once I add in the new Baldur’s Gate additions! I haven’t tweaked the decklist to reflect changes yet because I’ve been on a sort of hiatus due to switching jobs and having a bit less time to play as a result, but my schedule is stabilizing and I’m getting back to playing on a more regular basis! I’ll pop in and update the decklist and description tabs hopefully before too long, I apologize for the wait! And Bootleggers' Stash works wonders as well, I removed Gilded Lotus to add mine in!

MattN7498 on Ur-Dragon's Multiverse Onslaught | *PRIMER*

2 months ago

Pascal1993 I would take out some of the bigger and expensive cards for more interaction, tutors and removal. With this deck, in wanting to get all the cool dragon stuff in, there's a tradeoff of slots you're allowing yourself to be able to do that. With everything I have included, I want to be playing these dragons which can only leave so much room for the cheaper cards mentioned.

Delrimus Thanks! I haven't really because there's a lot of situations where you're wanting to drop this card and attack to get the trigger and expecting the table to go around a whole turn is just asking too much. And there may be even some instances where you don't have a 6 power dragon as there are some lower power dragons in the deck. These types of effects are more efficient on other cards like Sneak Attack which I think are better for the deck.

Drboom151 Other fetches, expensive tutors, original dual lands, etc. They don't really add to the dragon themed deck idea. You can certainly do it if you have the cards/want to. I just don't think they're necessary for what I'm wanting :)

Willen So Bootleggers' Stash does nothing in this deck that can't make use of the artifacts or is a dedicated lands deck. Even if it combos with one dragon, which is one asking for a lot and two isn't good enough. It's a 6 mana do nothing artifact when you cast it. Then during your next turn, to make use of the effect, you have to cast nothing to get treasures. Sure you might be able to make 1-2 mana at the end of each turn if you don't use all your mana but there are cheaper cards that can do that better and expecting this card to live when artifacts can be easily destroyed in this format just isn't enough. It's better in a Korvold deck where you can instantly convert it into actual resources. Atsushi, the Blazing Sky isn't exciting enough or impactful enough for me to include him. The first effect might end up in spots where you're not able to actually cast the cards and lose out on access to them in your deck. And even if there are a small amount of treasure synergy cards, having 3 cards to justify when the list is already tight isn't enough for me. Plus there's going to be better dragons coming in the future. With Smuggler's Share, I was on this card when it spoiled but after looking it, I compare it to Rhystic Study. I don't have it in the deck anymore as I felt like I didn't need it on top of the other dragon related enchantments I already have. Even if I'm able to get the value on other peoples turns, it feels very Monologue Tax like to me as I'm always wanting it to trigger rather than having to rely on my opponents. So if I'm not running Rhystic, why bother running this? And no, Silumgar's Scorn doesn't justify running one counter spell. If I wanted this effect, I would just run Counterspell. But having these few slots dedicated to a small things dilutes the deck. If you're does a lot of small things of things then it doesn't do anything. I'm wanting to ramp and cast dragons early and start beating face. If my dragons die, that's okay I'll just bring them back later. Having one ace in the hole counterspell for when your stuff is about to get destroyed is a very specific scenario for wanting one of this of card. Not to mention they could a counterspell of their own and theres two other opponents. You'd want to run more of these types of cards which I'm not interested in doing.

coolcid78 on Jinnie F(ur)ay goes Wide

3 months ago

you should add Bootleggers' Stash each land will give you cats/dogs

KBK7101 on Fascinating Cards from New Capenna

3 months ago

Pretty hyped for Determined Iteration for Feldon commander decks. Pretty excited for Illicit Shipment and Body Count as well.

Bootleggers' Stash is kind of stupid, though...

Gleeock on Are Treasure Tokens Now too …

3 months ago

I am not totally sure yet. The speedup/tempo change involved when players are playing a creature spell that ramps, kill spell that ramps, redirect that ramps, etc (that ramps)... may enter the "strictly-better" territory. ___Spell + Lotus Petal is quite potent. I've also mentioned how you can think of Stimulus Package as an enchantment that has an ongoing effect while being a Skyshroud Claim just long enough for you to enable some massive swing plays. Enchantments, in general, that discount themselves or give you future "milk money" are really powerful. I think, they are fine right now, though they probably will cause a general tempo-change in the format. It is not all bad for players to be mana screwed less often or for Timmie-style plays to be more accessible across the format - I think the danger presented is the possibility for storm-decks to start popping up with: "cast x, get a treasure, rinse & repeat" for for 20 minute turns (you see some of this with repeatable recursion with Dockside Extortionist already. Right now the way treasures are at this moment, I do not think they are easily repeated enough for too much hokey-ass-pokey storm-engines with repetition. They are mostly at the sweet spot of enabling timmie plays next turn... but they are coming pretty close. I also feel that Bootleggers' Stash was a mistake as well, regardless of if it may be a "do-nothing" spell when it first comes in. Free-dropping artifacts is so easy & making it is a headscratcher but has Old Gnawbone just doing it better on the treasure front too so I guess they are just the color of "we do treasure better too"

Willen on Ur-Dragon's Multiverse Onslaught | *PRIMER*

3 months ago

I would suggest use Bootleggers' Stash with Beledros Witherbloom to make some good interactions. Even Atsushi, the Blazing Sky maybe switch with Moonveil Regent, because 3CMC with flying, trample, 4/4 it's a fair creature, and create 3 treasures can be used with the reanimation part of deck. Goldspan Dragon can power up even more this strategies, and we have access to Old Gnawbone. It's just a idea to improve more treasures and reanimators sides of the deck.

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