Mindmoil

Legality

Format Legality
Modern Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal

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Ravnica: City of Guilds Rare

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Mindmoil

Enchantment

Whenever you play a spell, put the cards in your hand on the bottom of your library in any order, then draw that many cards.

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Mindmoil Discussion

Daedalus19876 on The Queen's Decree

1 month ago

This seems fun! :)

Now, time for feedback at long last... cracks knuckles

First, a longer description will help flesh out what the deck is supposed to do, and makes it easier to make suggestions ;)

The landbase doesn't seem bad, but could use some minor adjustments. I see that the deck's on a relatively low budget, so shocks/fetches are out. I'd pull the Lifelands and possibly Temples for City of Brass, Exotic Orchard, Forbidden Orchard, and Mana Confluence. I also have never liked Temple of the False God much (too unreliable) and I'd generally prefer Terramorphic Expanse for color-fixing here. Also, in a deck with CMC 4.0 and no green, I would usually run ~37 land.

Your removal seems strong, but Anguished Unmaking is almost always better than Mortify. In a casual deck, I'd also probably run Oblation over Disenchant.

Your creature choices seem fine - I mean, Monarch cards tend to be a bit lower in power, but your selection seems like the best subset - but Spirit of the Hearth and Triad of Fates both seem questionable.

All of the Vows could be good here, and Solitary Confinement is super good with Marchesa :) Mindmoil also seems to fit the theme here!

I find that Chrome Mox is only good in fast combo decks. This deck doesn't need the extra mana desperately enough to accept the loss in card advantage, IMO.

Fair warning that Coercive Portal can screw you over hard. I've never had it work out well for me, haha.

I hope the deck works well for you! With a more detailed description I may be able to help some more.

imperium0214 on Raze Your Hand

2 months ago

Love Nekusar! Building up one myself. +1'd

I see you have Mindmoil, so would an Arjun, the Shifting Flame be helpful? Maybe a Whirlpool Warrior?

I'll second Burning Inquiry.

If mill is a possible win con, or just opponent's having large graveyards maybe Consuming Aberration or Crypt Incursion. If you really want to go nuts, Rise of the Dark Realms?

Aethos on Sir Drawalot (Arjun)

2 months ago

Jace's Archivist is an alright budget option, but I don't like, that he has to surive going around the table once. If someone is bothered by the Windfall effect, the archivist just get's killed.

Enter the Infinite would probably be quite a good finisher, although not as reliable in killing the whole table in one turn as Omniscience. If we only have one of the win conditions on the board, drawing some 60+ cards will often be not enough to kill 3 people (Psychosis Crawler would probably do the job though). Toghether with Mindmoil or the commander it would probably be easy to finish out the game - I would definitly put Everflowing Chalice in the deck as a 0 cmc Mindmoil trigger - but just stringing together some spells would often do the job as well. With Alhammarret's Archive or Thought Reflection it becomes unplayable though. Also 12 mana is quite a lot for this deck. I would prefere Omniscience, but I think Enter the Infinite could easily replace Mizzix's Mastery as a budget finisher. I will think about it some more and maybe change it, thanks a lot for the suggestion!

raefgall on Nekusar's Rampage

2 months ago

Also worth noting: make sure you don't have Spiteful Visions in play if you're using Arjun, the Shifting Flame or Mindmoil.

raefgall on Nekusar's Rampage

2 months ago

Arjun works great as long as you have Psychosis Crawler or Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind. Honestly, Arjun and Mindmoil are some of the best damage sources with those cards in play, because you don't deck yourself (the cards go on the bottom instead of discarding like most wheel effects) and they are repeatable.

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