Hidden Stockpile

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed 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
Pioneer Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Hidden Stockpile


Revolt — At the beginning of your end step, if a permanent you controlled left the battlefield this turn, create a 1/1 colourless Servo artifact creature token.

, Sacrifice a creature: Scry 1.

DemonDragonJ on Reap what is Sown

3 months ago

I have replaced Armadillo Cloak and Gift of Orzhova with Golgari Germination and Hidden Stockpile, which reduced the average converted mana cost of this deck from 3.97 to 3.95, because, while the two auras were nice cards, the latter enchantments have far better synergy with this deck.

DemonDragonJ on Fires of Purgatory

3 months ago

I have replaced Fervent Charge with Hidden Stockpile, which reduced this deck's average converted mana cost from 4.03 to 4.00, because, as awesome as the former card was, the latter card is a far better match for this deck.

Triton on New to Pioneer

8 months ago

plakjekaas thank you for the suggestions! Do you think I could move my Doomskar and Fatal Pushes to the sideboard? Love seeing Hidden Stockpile being played, AER was around the time I really started getting into Magic. :) I’ll definitely tweak some numbers in my deck!

plakjekaas on New to Pioneer

8 months ago

I have a pretty similar list to yours. The major differences: I love Hidden Stockpile in my list as both a sacrifice outlet and a fodder generator. I've replaced a few Priest of Forgotten Gods with those. As for non-budget options, there's the obvious The Meathook Massacre and the less obvious Athreos, God of Passage that is a pet card of mine, that has overperformed in the few games I played so far with the deck. The devotion is almost trivial with so many 1-drops and multicolored 2-drops, and also really easy to turn off when you need to, by nature of the deck.

GorramScoundrel on Urborg Legend

8 months ago

Love this deck! I think Hidden Stockpile would be a good fit, and if you can find place for a 5 cmc enchantment Spirit-Sister's Call would be on theme. Also… Sheoldred, Whispering One!!! Aaaaaggghhh!!!

thefiresoflurve on Experience Absolute Power

11 months ago

Have you considered adding in a little bit of evasion for commander damage? I think it could be viable given your commander already has protection abilities. I just don't know if there are really slots for it.

Also, is Hidden Stockpile the only generator of artifact creatures? If so, I'd consider swapping out Throne of Geth since it doesn't have a ton of good sac targets in here, and there also seems to not be much artifact recursion. Am I missing something in that?

Masterful on Necronomicon | Teysa Karlov | Primer

1 year ago

Foster_I_Am Just released the update, sorry for the lateness! I got caught up in school and work.

  • Hidden Stockpile is slow for token generation, but it does a good impression of Bitterblossom. As a sac outlet, it's inefficient since you have to pay mana. The real strength of the card is that it does both. Personally, I like my token-makers as death-triggers, and my sac-outlets as cheap creatures or artifacts that grant me mana. It's not a bad card though, so play it if you like it!
  • Tithe Taker: I'm more a fan of the mana utility provided by Carrier Thrall than the Grand Abolisher-lite effect from taker. If you find your playgroup constantly disrupting you on your turn, it could be worth it.
  • Bennie Bracks, Zoologist: He's great at 1-mana, but I think our current draw suite is stronger with a higher ceiling than 1-card per turn. And while we have token makers in the deck, we're not all in on a token strategy, so other decks have more to gain from his effect than we do.

Let me know what you think of the update and thanks for the suggestions!

kirbysan Black Market Connections is a super interesting card. It's definitely better than Phyrexian Arena which is its closest comparison at the moment. The versatility is strong since we can generate fodder, mana, or cards whenever we're lacking them. Making all 3 is a crazy strong option that can pull us ahead in the early game for 6-life per turn, which isn't the most when we have lots of lifegain potential in the deck. I'm pretty enthusiastic about this card right now, but I'm gonna sit on it for a bit until my next update when the full Baldur's Gate commander lists are released. Thanks for the suggestion!

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