Fraying Sanity

Legality

Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Brawl Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Hour of Devastation (HOU) Rare

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Fraying Sanity

Enchantment — Aura Curse

Enchant Player

At the beginning of each end step, enchanted player puts X cards from the top of his or her library into their graveyard, where X is the number of cards that went to their graveyard from anywhere this turn.

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Fraying Sanity Discussion

CharlesChinigan on M19M Mill

2 hours ago

Looks good for being more budget, but probably needs some graveyard hate. I added Crook of Condemnation and Scavenger Grounds to my deck earlier today. Your deck did show me that Kumena's Awakening is actually pretty good though. I might run one mainboard. To me Millstone isn't too good, but it can come back to bite your opponent when they least expect it, especially with Fraying Sanity. I would use it, but I need more mana to be open. Either way, the deck looks good!

It feels so weird critiquing another deck...

FreakAlpaca on Mill Them Down to the Ground (M 19)

11 hours ago

Yeah, I'm still considering dipping into green and even red. Cards like Tatyova, Benthic Druid and some ramp can really kill. In red, I would use cards like Tormenting Voice for more card draw. I'm currently working on this R/G/U deck, and it's almost finished.

About Fraying Sanity however, it is an amazing card, but sadly, I just don't think in was in standard at the right time.

KongMing on Modern Dimir Mill

1 day ago

You could think about possibly adding Fraying Sanity. It works really well with Archive Trap and Hedron Crab.

One other suggestion would be Traumatize. It already combos out with your Twincast to win the game, and does the same thing with Fraying Sanity.

Leyline of the Void is another sideboard option against decks with graveyard interaction or recursion.

Brownkid09 on Mill Them Down to the Ground (M 19)

1 day ago

I know this is a post-rotation build but I do love the cards Perpetual Timepiece and Fraying Sanity.

Not sure if mono-U is the plan but maybe there is an argument for dipping into green and getting some ramp action? Overflowing Insight seems very expensive (draw seven with multiple Psychic Corrosions on the field seems game ending but I can't imagine getting to it with red being so popular and Grixis on the rise to power)

Nezahal, Primal Tide and Fleet Swallower seem like sweet creatures, but getting them down is the key.

CharlesChinigan on Mono Blue Mill

2 days ago

I suggest Patient Rebuilding. I have it in my iteration of mill and it works in tandem with Fraying Sanity and Psychic Corrosion. It does kick up the mana curve a bit though.

FastIsFaster on Fraying Corrosion

3 days ago

What is the benefit of having Curious Obsession in this deck? As soon as it gets equipped, you lose the benefit of Tetsuko Umezawa, Fugitive. Card draw is good and all, but your creatures will be blockable with this on either one.

I would also suggest Winds of Rebuke for tempo, as it is great with Fraying Sanity out. Also, Voltaic Servant might be a good card post rotation, as it can untap itself after combat or untap Millstone on your turn, allowing you to use it again on their turn.

FastIsFaster on Esper Chromium Mill

3 days ago

Winds of Rebuke gives you good tempo and mill for this deck. With Fraying Sanity out it gets even better

ClockGear on Azorius Mill (M19 Standard)

4 days ago

@Adamram1985, I'm not sure about The Immortal Sun either, but I don't think Fraying Sanity and Millstone are better.

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