Mire's Toll


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Duel Decks: Nissa vs. Ob Nixilis (DDR) Common
Worldwake (WWK) Common

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Mire's Toll


Target player reveals a number of cards from his or her hand equal to the number of Swamps you control. You choose one of them. That player discards that card.

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Mire's Toll Discussion

Tlipoch on Swampy

11 months ago

Bro... where is you 4xMire's Toll? :,D

ticked-off-squirrel on 8-Rack [Budget]

11 months ago

what? no Mind Rot? no, Pick the Brain? no, no, no Harsh Scrutiny? and why no Mire's Toll? you are missing out on so many good discard spells. since this deck is Modern and not Standard you have a much wider selection to choose from.

lagotripha on Army of Darkness

1 year ago

Ok so I have this list for comptetitive modern mono black- Mono black deckbuilder's toolbox. You can build something super budget and very powerful decks- Gifted Aetherborn can provide a second set of nighthawks. Duress deals with so many threats its not funny, and can clear out a Supreme Verdict t1. Mire's Toll does similar lategame, but can hit lands. I'd reccomend cards like Drainpipe Vermin, Ravenous Rats over Highborn Ghoul and similar for the potential 2 for one trading- removing their hand gives more time to kill them. Cheap lifelink sources like Vault Skirge or Indulgent Aristocrat can also provide some more space. Bad Moon is pretty much a must have here. Temporal Extortion is super cute. If you find courself running a bunch of vamps a pair of Blade of the Bloodchief works better than any number of enchantements. Stab Wound is super slow- consider something like Dark Prophecy for if you encounter board clears.

Rogue_Titan on All I See is Rats

1 year ago

Mire's Toll Harsh Scrutiny Duress and Despise are all great budget hand control.

GearNoir on 2DL 8-rack

1 year ago

Great start!

Looks like you're trying for completely creatureless mainboard, but I would recommend Hypnotic Specter instead of Notion Theif...in fact you may just want to drop the U splash and go mono-B.

I would consider dropping some discard however and pick up more spot removal - Murderous Cut is huge, Geth's Verdict, Ruinous Path, Mutilate, etc.

I'd ditch Chain of Smog (not much advantage here for you losing cards) and Pulling Teeth (with such a low curve, you'll be paying 2CMC for one discard most of the time) IMO. Instead you could use Smallpox and Cry of Contrition or perhaps Mire's Toll.

Just some alternatives.

I'd even go so far as to recommend a 4 of Mishra's Factory even if you can't include Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth.

Hope that helps!

lagotripha on

1 year ago

Not a fan of Undying Evil compared to say Turn Aside or Cry of Contrition/Mire's Toll. Funeral Charm is a strong combination discard/disfigure, at instant speed for when your opponent is topdecking and Piracy Charm in concert with it can put in some work when you need to race and have an angler. Tortured Existence combines neatly with mulldrifter lategame.

lagotripha on Waste Not Want Not

1 year ago

I've had a lot of success running both Call the Bloodline and Asylum Visitor for card draw and hand filtering. Master of the Feast is pretty much the opposite of your current gameplan, and tormented thoughts sits a little high on the curve. Consider Cunning Lethemancer, Abyssal Nocturnus, Blackmail, Cry of Contrition, Raven's Crime, Delirium Skeins, Megrim, Mire's Toll, Necrogen Mists, Pulling Teeth and Quest for the Nihil Stone. Shrieking Affliction is traditional.For sideboard, Faerie Macabre, Bloodhusk Ritualist, Hypnotic Specter, Scepter of Fugue, Sinister Concoction, other than the traditional 'this will help against a specific matchup stuff.

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