M19 Deck Lists: U/B Stitcher's Supplier/God Pharaoh's Gift vs U Paradoxical Outcome/Aetherflux Reservoir


It’s another magical week here at NATGT studios, and we’re once-again teaming up with all of the great people at Pat’s Games to see how the all-new M19 will affect current Magic: The Gathering tournament play!
This week, we have two of Pat’s expert employees showcasing some new M19 cards such as “Sai, Master Thopterist”, “Stitcher’s Supplier”, and more!
However, these new cards aren’t the ONLY surprise for NATGT viewers. We’ve got another very special treat for you as well!

This guy

Any longtime viewer will no doubt be familiar with Kevin, whose adventures with the Orks in the Warhammer 40K universe have become the stuff of NATGT legend. However, what some of you may not know is, prior to being injected with Ork DNA, Kevin was a competitor on the Magic: The Gathering Pro Tour back in the day!
So, he’ll be joining our longtime commentator and deck-building expert Aryeh Wiznitzer to discuss how this new M19 set will affect the next generation of tournament play, especially compared to how things stacked up when he was facing off against the top players!
Of course, no preparation for this episode would be complete without the full deck lists! So, we’ve included them below so that you can see exactly how these competitors will be stacking up!


In his debut appearance on Nights At The Game Table, Morgan is packing a blue/black deck that’s been upgraded with Stitcher’s Supplier and Duress, two cards from M19.  While Duress will be great for keeping Charles’ artifact spells out of his hands, the real danger will be from the combination of Stitcher’s Supplier and God-Pharaoh’s Gift. With Stitcher Supplier’s ability to rapidly discard from one’s deck, and the power of God-Pharaoh’s Gift to convert your graveyard into powerful zombies, Morgan’s forces may very well rise from the grave and drag Charles to his untimely doom.

Creatures (31):

  • 4 Champion of Wits
  • 4 Gifted Aetherborn
  • 2 Hostage Taker
  • 3 Kitesail Freebooter
  • 4 Minister of Inquiries
  • 1 Ravenous Chupacabra
  • 2 Seekers’ Squire
  • 4 Stitcher’s Supplier
  • 1 The Scarab God
  • 2 Trophy Mage
  • 4 Walking Ballista

Artifacts (23):

  • 4 Gate to the Afterlife
  • 2 God-Pharaoh’s Gift

Lands (10):

  • 4 Aether Hub
  • 4 Drowned Catacomb
  • 4 Fetid Pools
  • 2 Ipnu Rivulet
  • 3 Island
  • 6 Swamp

Sideboard (15):

  • 1 Arguel’s Blood Fast
  • 1 Commit/Memory
  • 1 Duress
  • 2 Fatal Push
  • 4 Glint-Sleeve Siphoner
  • 1 Kitesail Freebooter
  • 2 Negate
  • 1 The Scarab God
  • 2 Vraska’s Contempt



Also making his first appearance on the show this week is Charles. For his first game, he’s stepping into the ring with a Blue deck that’s been modified with 3 Sai, Master Thopterists, as well as 1 Tezzeret, Artifice Master standing ready in the Sideboard. Both of these cards are adept at filling the battlefield with flying Thopter artifact creatures, which can wreak all kinds of havoc when left unchecked. When combined with Paradoxical Outcome’s strong draw-power increasing the availability of artifact spells, Morgan will have to shut down these creatures quickly before he finds himself fighting off a swarm of flying beasts.

Creatures (10):

  • 3 Glint-Nest Crane
  • 4 Ornithopter
  • 3 Sai, Master Thopterist

Artifacts (20):

  • 3 Aetherflux Reservoir
  • 4 Inspiring Statuary
  • 2 Metalspinner’s Puzzleknot
  • 3 Mox Amber
  • 4 Prophetic Prism
  • 4 Renegade Map
Lands (18):
  • 1 Inventors’ Fair
  • 13 Island
  • 4 Zhalfirin Void
Instants (9):
  • 2 Commit/Memory
  • 3 Metallic Rebuke
  • 4 Paradoxical Outcome
Sorceries (3):
  • 3 Baral’s Expertise
Sideboard (15):
  • 1 Baral’s Expertise
  • 1 Baral, Chief of Compliance
  • 1 Commit/Memory
  • 3 Karn, Scion of Urza
  • 1 Metallic Rebuke
  • 3 Negate
  • 1 Padeem, Consul of Innovation
  • 1 Sai, Master Thopterist
  • 1 Silent Gravestone
  • 1 Sorcerous Spyglass
  • 1 Tezzeret, Artifice Master

Will Morgan’s zombies be able to feast on the flesh of the living, or will Charles’ Thopter Artifacts be able to take them down before they can even get going? To find out who wins in this M19 showdown, check out the episode below!


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