|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Core Set 2019 (M19)||Uncommon|
|Magic 2014 (M14)||Uncommon|
|Tenth Edition (10E)||Rare|
|Ninth Edition (9ED)||Rare|
|Ninth Edition Foreign Black Border (9EDFBB)||Rare|
|Eighth Edition (8ED)||Rare|
|Seventh Edition (7ED)||Rare|
|Classic Sixth Edition (6ED)||Rare|
|Fifth Edition (5ED)||Rare|
|Fourth Edition (4ED)||Rare|
|4th Edition Foreign Black Border (4EDFBB)||Rare|
|Revised Edition (3ED)||Rare|
|Revised Foreign Black Border (3EDFBB)||Rare|
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, : Target player puts the top two cards of his or her library into his or her graveyard.
2 months ago
Things to remove and why:
Worry Beads - too slow Endless ranks of the dead- dead if you don't have other zombies out
From Under the Floorboards - no way to activate madness which is what makes it good
Unbreathing Horde - you can keep if you want, but it only helps if you self mill and you just don't have that many creatures
Dark Salvation - keep it only if you can fix your mana generation issues. If you can consistently get 10+ mana a game then keep it.
Exsanguinate - it's just a worse Torment of hailfire, and again you don't generate 20+ mana consistently.
Butcher of Malakir - Costs too much mana, and when you need to wipe the board you have boardwipes to do that anyways.
Things to add:
Altar of Dementia swap that one out for Ashnod's, it's better in this deck
Grindclock , it's slow but it gets a lot better with Unwinding clock, and if you can land it early it'll do some serious work over the course of a game.
Helm of Obedience is a pricey card but definitely would do work here
Millstone if you took that one out
2 months ago
In order to handle the problem with milling your lands, it might be worth running, Elixir of Immortality
3 months ago
Nava will show you the cards I recommended removing. Some good keywords to look for if these don't tickle your fancy are Delirium, Flashback, and Threshold. Here are some cards you could add to it instead: Chill of Foreboding , Circular Logic , Countervailing Winds , Cryptic Serpent , Dakra Mystic , Detritivore , Diluvian Primordial , Dreamborn Muse , Fascination , Fraying Sanity , Gibbering Fiend , Magnivore , Manic Scribe , Ore-Scale Guardian , Rakshasa's Disdain , Rise from the Tides , Runehorn Hellkite , Stitcher Geralf , Stream of Thought , Treasure Cruise , Howling Golem , Millstone
5 months ago
I can see it having a keyword, but likely not "mill" - the original card, Millstone might be the origin of the term, but the imagery clashes with the mechanic. I'd argue "Dementia X" or "Amnesia X" as the keyword would be more likely to be accepted.
That said, totally on board with it, and I've been saying so for a while. Wizards has a bad habbit of making new keywords for sets that don't need to exist.
Etwine, Escalate, Replicate, Overload, and Buyback are all fundamentally Kicker or Multikicker effects, except with a different keyword. Heck, if you errataed them as such, it would only alter some 5 cards or so that cared about the specific key word.
Flashback, Jump start, Recover, and Retrace are 4 flavors of the same mechanic, although one could argue Cypher fit here too.
Heck, "undergrowth" has cares about how many creatures you have in your graveyard, but doesn't have a consistant effect based on the resulting number.
Sunburst, Convergance, and Domain are 3 different mechanics that all care about how many colors you have.
Infect wouldn't have been a problem if they had kept it as Wither and Poisonous:X, but by combining the two they made pump spells = more poison.
On a similar vein, what about:
Grow: X as "put X +1/+1 counter(s) on (specificed) creature".
Example: Sengir Vampire would have "when a creature damaged by this card dies, Grow 1"
Decay: X as "put X -1/-1 counter(s) on (specificed) creature".
Example: Aboroth would read "Cumulative upkeep: Decay 1"
(not sure what to call this one): X as "enters the battlefield with X +1/+1 counters".
was thinking "emergance", but that's too close to "emerge" (which realistically, is just "creature offering" at sorcery speed)
granted, it wouldn't save that much space on most cards due to reminder text, but for rares it make for a load of condensed text.
5 months ago
It's clear that Wizards and Mark Rosewater love this concept. It's been printed steadily from Revised Edition with Millstone all the way up to Modern Horizons with Altar of Dementia . That is literally 25 years of being in use.
Let's call it what it is; Mill is an evergreen ability.
Take for example Glimpse the Unthinkable . A new printing might read:
Glimpse the Unthinkable
Target player Mills 10.
It might look a bit odd in writing, but I would wager that is because we are 25 years into seeing it only as one way. Imagine if suddenly all points of the evergreen ability Reach were replaced with it's oracle text:
Until end of turn, creatures you control gain +0/+5 and have "This creature may block creatures as though they had flying."
It looks weird and cumbersome because we are use to the mental shortcut that is the word "Reach".
Well the opposite is true for Mill.
As for it being "Mills", that is because it is an action / command being preformed in future tense. It's a statement about an undeniable fact as much as it is an instruction. Similar to how we may say something such as "Daisy plays with her new squeaky toy."
Yes. The dog DOES play with it and yes, she will CONTINUE to play with it. So it's not "play" as much as it is "plays".
Anyway, yeah. What is the opinion of Tappedout?
Should Mill finally be an evergreen ability?
6 months ago
Millstone was in dominaria text says target player.
7 months ago
No data for this card yet.