Bribery

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Eighth Edition (8ED) Rare
Mercadian Masques (MMQ) Rare
Promo Set (000) Rare

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Bribery

Sorcery

Search target opponent's library for a creature card and put that card onto the battlefield under your control. Then that player shuffles his or her library.

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Bribery Discussion

kamelyan on Sharing is Caring

5 days ago

Emeria, The Sky Ruin is a must-have in mono-white.

Homeward Path is good to have in case someone uses Bribery or the like.

Command Beacon for when the commander becomes too costly to cast.

Reliquary Tower to void the limit on your hand size (and for that matter, throw in Mind's Eye - it's really useful outside of Blue and Black).

Strip Mine gets rid of pesky lands, and Petrified Field allows you to return dead lands (like Emeria, The Sky Ruin, which people will get rid of with their Strip Mine).

Just a few land suggestions. You could also go with cycle lands for when you have enough mana that you just want to draw another card; or if you like creatures, go with a token generator like Kjeldoran Outpost or the man-land Forbidding Watchtower.

I like running snow lands with Extraplanar Lens, but that will get costly.

Good Luck.

And if you'd like, check out my mono-white decks. The angel tribal deck is a little outdated, but my Voltron deck is updated with Rivals of Ixalan.


An Angel Named Mandy

Commander / EDH kamelyan

SCORE: 1 | 170 VIEWS | IN 4 FOLDERS



Too Big To Fly

Commander / EDH kamelyan

SCORE: 1 | 12 VIEWS | IN 1 FOLDER


Bababad on Kruphix and the Value Town Toolbox (Mikokokokoro)

1 week ago

Still playing around with the Clever Impersonator slot.

If I can hunt down a promo Bribery it will 100% take the spot. But until then experimenting.

Added mikokoro and got my hands on a foil evacuation though

Chill_Casual on The Opposite of Zen

1 week ago

Hello NV_1980,

Thank you for your flattery and suggestions on my Gas in the Tank, I'm Gonna Spank. I like this deck you have brewed here due to it's capacity for potency and fun all wrapped into one. I do have a couple of recommendations for minor adjustments, for perhaps a different play style or approach. First off, i would recommend removing Jace, Architect of Thought, Rite of Replication, and Mind's Dilation. Aside from being a fact or fiction on a stick, i don't think Jace, Architect of Thought brings enough to the table in terms of viability (just my personal opinion). Rite of Replication has value alright, if you get away with only kicking it and not paying the initial CMC. Otherwise you're banking 9 mana on the hopes a strong creature is out. That is a pretty risky contingency, considering it relies heavily on the opponent's board state. I would place something a little more reliable in it's stead. Mind's Dilation seems fun in theory, but given varying deck archetypes and field-states, the chances are again unreliable as to what random card you will get off your opponent's library. Feel free to ignore my suggested removals, it's your deck, you know what's best for it. For some savory additions, I recommend Cyclonic Rift as it is by far, the BEST board wipe of all time. Although, it would be not as useful when cast from Narset's exile. It's a risk worth taking. Knowledge Exploitation is like a Bribery but cheap $ and for instants and sorceries. It's great because Chances are high your opponents are running some major form of removal or utility in their 99 card deck. Baral's Expertise has great removal and value packed into one card. Serum Visions is another card that helps with library manipulation for 1 mana. Mana Geyser can provide a large amount of red mana, in a multiplayer setting. Imprisoned in the Moon is great for turning almost anything into a boring land, very helpful against decks that are commander reliant. Twincast is the blue version of Reverberate. Swarm Intelligence is a perpetual Reverberate and Twincast on a stick. Cast Through Time is a CMC expensive version of Taigam, Ojutai Master, just without the saftey of being counter-free. These are just some of my recommendations, take them or leave them.

Otherwise, nice deck!

frogkill45 on Cohesive Insanity

2 weeks ago

There are answers to emrakul for a mill player, however most of them are not cheap

Leyline of the Void is probably the best answer. expensive though

Ashiok, Nightmare Weaver gotta get lucky on the +1 ability

Lost Legacy / Stain the Mind / Memoricide or Sadistic Sacrament good ways to remove emrakul from the deck

Bribery is also a good choice :)


Here is a list i put together

4x Hedron Crab

4x Manic Scribe

1x Consuming Aberration

3x Duskmantle guildmage

3x Fraying Sanity

1x Phenax, God of Deception

2x Startled Awake

1x Traumatize

2x Mind Sculpt

4x Breaking

3x Mind Funeral

2x Mindcrank

2x Shriekhorn

2x Field of Ruin

1x Nephalia Drownyard

4-6 Removal Spells

18-21 More Lands

SorinDankov on Blinking Contest

2 weeks ago

@MordMetal - Mainly Azor, the Lawbringer is getting the add. Definitely can't justify not including him.

@Seetigermage - That's just blue decks for ya. It gets that way. An ideal game, you'd get him out that early. But there are those games where I don't get to go off until as late as turn 6. If I see someone is going to give me crap for casting Brago, I wait until I have something to keep him out. Luckily, everything in the deck CAN work without our main man. He's more of an abuser, making everything have more value. Oh, and politics are key. Act like you're the only guy who can stop that guy. Most of my wins come from a sneak victory, stalling the whole game. Or I draw Bribery and search that dick's Mayael deck.

MurderForBrunch on Yasova Steal

3 weeks ago

Hi! I'm working in a quite different steal deck (list not posted yet), but I think this deck could profit of some permanent steal. Things like Vedalken Shackles, or enchantments like Control Magic. Also non-permanent steal spells such as Bribery or Acquire.

Finally, things like Beguiler of Wills or Roil Elemental, or even Keiga, the Tide Star are creatures that can steal other creatures, and can make some impact in the board state!

Midwest on Backwards Marathon

4 weeks ago

Arch of Orazca is a low cost addition that eventually gives you a draw engine tacked onto a land.

Sandstone Oracle is another way to draw cards.

You have a lot of utility lands that sacrifice to do things. Crucible of Worlds gives repeated access to those lands/effects. Crucible combines with Inventors' Fair to make a mana intensive but powerful engine where you get to tutor for an artifact every turn. If you do decide to add Crucible then I would also recommend Haven of the Spirit Dragon. It only gets back Ugin and Steel Hellkite, but Crucible of Worlds + Haven of the Spirit Dragon + Ugin, the Spirit Dragon gives you infinite access to Ugin as long as Crucible is in play.

Homeward Path isn't always great, but it gives you a silver bullet answer to Bribery style Blue decks that want to steal your creatures, Zealous Conscripts type Red strategies, and Black decks that reanimate your scary Eldrazi. The games that Homeward Path is good, it's great. Cards like Insurrection and Rise of the Dark Realms are common and powerful finishers in Commander.

Command Beacon seems great after Ulamog has died a couple of times. Exile effects a prevalent enough in Commander that people will probably find ways to remove your Commander from the table a few times. It also works with Crucible of Worlds to keep Ulamog's casting cost at an effective 10 no matter what.

Expedition Map helps you find the utility land that is best for your given situation. Opposing Gaea's Cradle on the table? Strip Mine. Somebody just cast Bribery? Homeward Path. Early game development? Eldrazi Temple to ramp. Late game engine? Eye of Ugin.

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