Vessel of Paramnesia

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Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Heirloom Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Standard Legal
Legacy Legal
Frontier Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Shadows over Innistrad Common

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Vessel of Paramnesia

Enchantment

, Sacrifice Vessel of Paramnesia: Target player puts the top three cards of his or her library into his or her graveyard. Draw a card.

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Vessel of Paramnesia Discussion

Zienem on Thoroughly Standard Mill Deck

3 weeks ago

n0bunga So I agree with you slightly, I wouldnt use Unquenchable Thirst , Spontaneous Mutation is just so much better it is less mana, has flash and could easily replace, Imprisoned in the Moon plus works really great with Winds of Rebuke which is really usefull at getting rid of planeswalkers and it mills, two for one. The lands are just to great not to have, its a late game finisher, you can mill 16 in one turn with 2 of them. Also I think Vessel of Paramnesia is terrible considering Strategic Planning is a thing its an anticipate that supports delirium heavily.

I am listing my deck here I am trying a creatureless approach just to help eliminate creature kill.



n0bunga on Thoroughly Standard Mill Deck

3 weeks ago

I think running Ipnu would be correct here. It's just too potent not to run. Plus, what creature in standard is more than 20 toughness? You can afford a few less Islands. Or even the Aether Hubs since you'd rather use on the Minister.

With those in the main, Unquenchable Thirst is a very strong enchantment.

You can probably afford the GY exile Desert as a side entry, especially because it kinda messes with Manic Scribe.

Your Minister seems pretty underpowered here; most energy packages run Glimmer of Genius and Aether Meltdown as they're non-exhaustible ways at generating energy, unlike Aether Hub. Might be something to consider, if that's the route you want to go.

Best advice I can offer is to visually map out the mill cards you have in your main. At a quick glance You've more than enough to mill close to 100 cards, without factoring in Fraying Sanity's multiplier and without incorporating Manic's Delirium Trigger. Startled Awake is the real deal, but I've found that you can get away with having 2; but definitely keep 4 Fraying Sanity, as the stack effects are just enormous.

And if you want to improve the potency of Manic's Delirium Vessel of Paramnesia is a nice fit.

I like where you're heading, and it seems to be in the right direction, but this could definitely use some fine tuning.

One thing to consider is to splash to run Fog effects like Commencement of Festivities and Haze of Pollen. This is the gameplan for standard (and Frontier) mill, as it allows you to stall aggressive decks while you're assembling your mill package. Not only that but it allows you to run Vessel of Nascency which tutors for your mill creatures, or Fraying Sanity.

If you'd like to take a look at any of the standard legal cards I have in my Frontier build, I absolutely encourage it:


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+1 from me, regardless. The stars rarely align for decent mill decks but it looks like we're here at the right time.

frogkill45 on Weird Mill Thing I'm Tweaking

4 weeks ago

need at least 21 lands, dispel should be negate, negate hands down affects more spells mainboard than a dispel. i would drop Vessel of Paramnesia for 3 more lands. River Serpent is would replace with Cryptic Serpent if you wanted to have a creature, however Sphinx of the Final Word is prolly the best finisher

Murphy77 on General Mills

1 month ago

The worry that I have about Minister of Inquiries is that once you run out of energy counters, it really does nothing in the deck. I like Mirrorpool in this deck to copy a Startled Awake and something to return Compelling Argument and Startled Awake from the graveyard to your hand will always help.

I like your addition of Vessel of Paramnesia, but would go for a few more control cards in the main-board. My version of this deck is M-B-M

Zooby9 on Mill You 'till You Love Me

1 month ago

Maybe try Pieces of the Puzzle to help activate the manic scribe. Another mill card you missed was Vessel of Paramnesia. Also maybe consider Scribe of the Mindful to help get some of your mill cards back. Also Mirrorpool is a great land to have in this deck to effectively quadruple the amount of cards your opponent mills if you have the curse out. Some Geier Reach Sanitariums may also help with milling by making them discard. You may also consider making this deck UB in order to access cards that make your opponent discard such as Unburden and hand disruption such as Dispossess and Lost Legacy. If you have any question feel free to respond back :)

Jsims2834 on Milling through Standard (plz help)

1 month ago

Cryptic Serpent instead of Vessel of Paramnesia. Costs one less to cast for each instant and sorcery in your graveyard. Is a 6/5 for 2 island after five get in the graveyard.

clayperce on 'That Player'

2 months ago

krlsrrll,
I'm the guy on the other side of the table (probably with an RG Pummeler deck), so please take my thoughts with healthy skepticism!

But it seems like turning on Delirium for Manic Scribe would be very important, so you may want to add some more Vessel of Paramnesia or Sac Lands (e.g., Mirrorpool, Blighted Cataract, or maybe even Evolving Wilds).

Also in case you hadn't already seen it, I wanted to point out a recent Mono-U Mill article and videos by SaffronOlive. Might be worth a look!

Finally, I love Thing in the Ice (though my experience with it is all in UR Control) and it seems like Baral, Chief of Compliance would be very strong with it ... but it might be better in a more "pure" Control build (with more Instant/Sorceries and only 4-8 Creatures).

Good luck (and good skill!) with the brew!

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