There are very few things more horrendous than seeing a Stifle played by your enemy. One of them is to see only spells played by that very opponent in the stack.

Stiflenought is about controlling the tempo until you can play a Phyrexian Dreadnought and get around its “enter the battlefield” effect by either playing Stifle or perhaps other cards such as Vision Charm.

Emilio de Diego’s winning deck at the LMOF 3.1

Stiflenought Appearances in Tournaments

July 2020I MTGOF LeagueTop 4Felipe Guzmán
October 2020II MTGOF League1stJohn Longo
December 2020III MTGOF LeagueBrian Durkin
December 18, 2020I Open Old FrameTop 4José Manuel Fernández
December 18, 2020I Open Old Frame7thPablo Suárez
December 18, 2020I Open Old Frame8thPablo Cubedo
March 2021V MTGOF LeagueTop 4Michael Arnold
April 2021VI MTGOF LeagueTop 4Karl Pfeiffer
October 2021VIII MTGOF LeagueFelipe Guzmán
December 2021IX MTGOF League1stDavid Kaplan
July 2022XII MTGOF LeagueDavid Kaplan
February 2023XIV MTGOF LeagueNicholas Boltuc
March 11, 2023LMOF 2.210thRogelio de los Ríos
May 28, 20232023 Worlds1stJavier Sánchez
May 28, 20232023 Worlds11thNacho Barrachina
May 28, 20232023 Worlds18thRubén Pascual
July 2023XVI Old Frame LeagueGroups PhaseJavier Sánchez
September 17, 2023LMOF 2.51stFrancisco Cumplido
September 2023XVII MTGOF LeagueGroups PhaseJavier Sánchez
December 2, 2023LMOF 2.67/13Carlos Dominique
December 2, 2023LMOF 2.68/13Francisco Cumplido
February 24, 2024LMOF 3.11/14Emilio de Diego
May 4, 2024LMOF 3.38/12Emilio de Diego