Search target opponent's library for a creature card and put that card onto the battlefield under your control. Then that player shuffles his or her library.

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Format Legality
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Leviathan Legal
Modern Legal
Limited Legal
Highlander Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Unformat Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Legacy Legal
Vintage Legal
Custom Legal

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Bribery Discussion

abby315 on Haha tutors go brrrrrr

3 months ago

Hey! I love the name haha. Honestly though I'm not the best person to ask about this style of deck; I'd probably add a 2 or 3 card infinite combo to close out the game because that's my playgroup's style.

If you don't want to win with a combo I recommend finding two or three cards to pretty much lock down the game, like Cyclonic Rift, Sunder, Bribery, etc. Take a look at the CMCs of the Transmute cards you want to include and then pick a few cards in each CMC that would be like: OK, I grab this one first and cast it, which gets me to next turn when I grab the next card and cast it, and that pretty much wins.

I'm looking at it and there's a lot of broken cards at 5 CMC, so you might add a package that looks like this: Sunder, Bribery, Treachery, Time Warp and Force of Will. Then add Brainspoil, and it's like: These are all good cards on their own, and then whenever you find Brainspoil + Ramirez, you know you can go and tutor up a package that is devastating on the board.

Another example with 3 CMC cards for Drift of Phantasms, Perplex, and Dimir Machinations: Toxic Deluge, Necropotence, Grim Tutor, Opposition Agent, Rhystic Study. Etc.

So basically organizing all of your powerful cards around the CMCs of your Transmute cards, so you know if you find a Transmute card you'll have a powerful line of play coming up. Does that make sense? That's how I'd do it. Doesn't necessarily have to be the cards above esp. because many are very expensive, but it's just the most powerful cards I could think of haha.

Vash13 on POV: You're God

3 months ago

Awsome deck! I really like this theme, sound like lots of fun, I've not seen many builds around this commander, very cool, my suggestions here would be a Blackblade Reforged to help make your commander bigger making sure you can grab any creature regardless of size, and (I know it's not budget but would be killer here) Bribery by far one of the the best creature stealing cards, other than that I see you have some counter magic maybe just adding the classic Counterspell to round that out, and finally since your in blue I would always add my favorite blue deck manipulator Soothsaying (budget card both cash and mana wise, and possibly thematic to your deck as well), +1 from me for sure

DemonDragonJ on Bribery versus Opposition Agent

4 months ago

If a player casts Bribery and targets an opponent, but that opponent casts Opposition Agent in response to that, what happens? Does the second player search their own library and exile a creature card, or does the agent's ability not apply to that situation?

Wiizy on Rubinia's grubby hands

5 months ago

Nice deck, haven't seen this commander before. Just a suggestion if you want more steal creatures Beguiler of Wills is a good one. Some other good one time steals are Blatant Thievery and Bribery.

rdean14 on Card creation challenge

7 months ago

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Search your library for two cards and target opponent's library for two cards. That opponent separates those cards into two piles. You may play one pile without paying their mana costs , and your opponent may play the other without paying their mana costs .

Fact or Fiction plus Scheming Symmetry and Bribery seems like a manipulative deal.

The challenge go to Gatherer, use the Random card function, and make a card based around its flavor text.

dbpunk on Double Masters Speculation

8 months ago

Honestly it feels like a rip off, but Im interested in seeing if they do some high value reprints, like the Praetors. Honestly one thing they could definitely reprint is Bribery and lower the cost on that.

dbpunk on None

8 months ago

Hexproof is based on the controller. For example if I use Bribery and go through an opponents deck and grab an Archetype of Endurance it makes my creatures hexproof, not theirs, and they cant target things I control.

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