Didn't Say Please

Didn't Say Please

Instant

Counter target spell. Its controller puts the top three cards of their library into their graveyard.

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Set Rarity
Throne of Eldraine (ELD) Common

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Legality

Format Legality
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Frontier Legal
Pioneer Legal
Arena Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Highlander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Leviathan Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Historic Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Pauper Legal
Unformat Legal
Brawl Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Pre-release Legal
Standard Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

Didn't Say Please Discussion

teehouse on Mill of the Seas

1 week ago

Thanks, Balaam__ no reason other than availability, but your point is well received. I'll get more Didn't Say Please swap them around!

Balaam__ on Mill of the Seas

1 week ago

Good build. I’d run 3 Didn't Say Please and 1 Cancel instead of the other way around, but maybe you have a specific reason.

RambIe on

2 weeks ago

Didn't Say Please

icedramen on Dimir Counter-Mill

3 weeks ago

Just a few changes, i would either take out the 4 of Didn't Say Please or Thought Collapse and replace it with an extra Midnight Clock, 2 Folio of Fancies, and a Thassa, Deep-Dwelling. i would also remove the 3 Naiad of Hidden Coves and replace them with an extra thassa and 2 Ominous Seas. really good deck idea, and an easy +1

ghostofsparta on Mono-Counterspells

1 month ago

If you're gonna mill 'em out, why not use Didn't Say Please or Thought Collapse? Then you don't have to mull to six. A couple of Mystic Sanctuary can help as well, returning spent counters to your library and ensuring that you can, in fact, counter everything.

TriusMalarky on How is Thought Collapse Justified?

2 months ago

Psychic Strike is far worse than Cancel. I'd go so far as to say Thought Collapse, Psychic Strike and Didn't Say Please are all extremely unplayable comapred to Cancel.

Mill is a historically bad strategy, for a few reasons -- first, it's slow. It is very slow. Second, there are A LOT of decks that can take advantage of having cards in their graveyard. Against Dredge, Delve, or just about every deck in Modern and many decks in Legacy, you're doing anything from giving them mana, upgrading their board state, dealing damage to yourself, or even giving them more cards.

Even against a non-graveyard deck it's bad. It makes it so that they're more likely to draw what they want, as long as you didn't mill it.

I'd argue that Strike is a strictly better Collapse in 90% of situations.

Malsorn on mimeoplasm, the kraken

2 months ago

Final Parting seems like it'd fit well here, and Didn't Say Please or Thought Collapse seem like they'd be better fits than Cancel at about the same budget.

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