Mind Funeral


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Modern Masters (MMA) Uncommon
Alara Reborn (ARB) Uncommon

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Mind Funeral


Target opponent reveals cards from the top of his or her library until four land cards are revealed. That player puts all cards revealed this way into his or her graveyard.

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Mind Funeral Discussion

Winterblast on U/B Mill with mission briefing

5 hours ago

I'm also currently playing a bit modern online and had some success with a mill deck, especially because the strategy doesn't really interact with anything the opponent expects you to interact with. For comparison, this is what I have at the moment: Windmill Solitaire

Archive trap is indeed really strong, especially when you can cast it twice or more often in the same turn (which isn't unrealistic with Mission briefing). What I really liked so far was to use Surgical Extraction after Inquisition of Kozilek and/or a mill spell to pick additional cards from the opponents Hand...and to remove nonbasic lands with it, so that fetchlands might have no targets anymore, a deck might lose a whole color completely and Mind Funeral mills a lot more.

I have all the anti aggro stuff in the sb because I'd rather have the universal cards main. Especially the crypt incursion often felt like something I want to have against the right decks (and it absolutely wins the game there) but is absolutely dead against other decks and there are a few that don't really have that many creatures. Spell pierce and Inquisition has helped me quite a lot in the first games because no one expects it when they see the first typical mill cards.

MindAblaze on Decision Paralysis

1 week ago

Well Whispering Madness and Psychic Corrosion seemed fun, and were intended to play together. I even considered Undead Alchemist and Wildfire Eternal for that. Casting zombies and getting mill spells like Traumatize and Mind Funeral for free seemed like a thing to do if I can get the Eternal through.

The other goal was originally to mash Flayer, Prized Amalgam, Sickening Dreams, Nahiri's Wrath and Mogg Maniac into the same shell. I don’t exactly want to only build Grixis decks, despite my love affair with the undead lol. This deck could have Gravecrawlers and Bloodghasts, and would probably benefit from a way to reanimate the Flayers.

Daedalus19876 on The Deckwatch [Home Base]

1 week ago

Heh. In modern, run all the ones that can hit a land, then play Mind Funeral for the mill.

wallisface on Mill Deck

2 weeks ago

I think you’ll want to figure out whether your intention with this deck is to make some swole creatures, or mill your opponent - because you can’t do both without being really inefficient.

Either way you want to go, ditch all your existing instants (though keep Thought Scour) - they’re all far too slow and don’t give you a big enough payoff for the mana you’re spending. The amount they mill is negligible whether you’re making big creatures or milling, so just go for better killspells/counters instead of these slow ones.

So, if you’re wanting to make swole creatures, ditch all the instants except for Scour, and instead invest those slots for cheap counterspells (to protect your dudes) and cheap kill spells (to not protect your opponents). Stuff like Mana Leak, and Doom Blade

If you’re wanting to be straight up mill, again ditch all the instants except Scour, but also ditch all the creatures. Then try to include inyour deck a mix of: Hedron Crab, Glimpse the Unthinkable, Mind Funeral, Fraying Sanity, Crypt Incursion. I see you might be on a budget so hoefully not too many if these options break the bank. At the very least make those sorceries you have 4-ofs.

For further reference, here’s my existing mill deck (going down the mill route): http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/21-05-17-tsunami/

x12721 on berryjon

1 month ago

Yes sir, I have a custom card I'd like to submit here please. This card was conceived after reading your article on Spellshapers (Article #5).

Creature - Human Spellshaper (2/2) , , Discard a card: Counter target activated or triggered ability. (Mana abilities can't be targeted.) , , Discard a card: Target player discards two cards at random. , , Discard a card: Target opponent reveals cards from the top of his or her library until four land cards are revealed. That player puts all cards revealed this way into his or her graveyard.

So yes, the spells this fellow knows are as follows: Stifle, Hymn to Tourach, and Mind Funeral.

SaltyV on Cohesive Insanity

1 month ago

Hey! This is pretty good!

However, 2 cards you REALLY need is Mind Funeral and Dream Salvage. They are cheap cards that will pump up your deck!

I just made a mill deck, but it’s expensive, I like your cheap one better.

hydrothermia on Need help reworking it

1 month ago

Welcome to Tapped Out!

  • From what I gather is that you're going for a mill intensive B/U(Dimir) deck?
  • How cheap(budget) are we talking about?

Thought Scour | Tome Scour | Horrifying Revelation | Hedron Crab | Fraying Sanity | Drowner Initiate | Dimir Charm | Dream Twist | Compelling Argument | Cathartic Adept | Breaking // Entering | Jace's Erasure | Memory Erosion | Memory Sluice | Mind Funeral | Nemesis of Reason

These are all under $10, I would also invest in having 3 to 4 copies of a number of these.

Gadianten on Dimir Mastermind Control

1 month ago

I am somewhat surprised not to see a Consuming Aberration in there as it seems to fit the idea of milling perfectly and provides a savage beat stick creature to boot and is back breaking when used with Phenax, God of Deception who should probably be added as well. Mind Grind is a on theme win condition by itself and Mind Funeral is an efficient mill source as well. Also Dimir Doppelganger and Body Double could be an amusing addition.

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