Coerced Confession

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Custom Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Gatecrash (GTC) Uncommon

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Coerced Confession

Sorcery

Target player puts the top four cards of his or her library into his or her graveyard. You draw a card for each creature card put into that graveyard this way.

Coerced Confession Discussion

Suns_Champion on To Mill a Mockingbird

1 year ago

Mind Funeral and Glimpse the Unthinkable are both really efficient mill spells. Mind Funeral is much cheaper though. Coerced Confession is good against creature decks, the card draw makes it worth it. Archive Trap is a nice 'gotcha' card too!

Wurmlover on Countermill

2 years ago

your mill package is not nearly strong enough to consistently win. you need Manic Scribe, Glimpse the Unthinkable, Archive Trap, Hedron Crab, and probably Ensnaring Bridge if you want to be able to win. cut Codex Shredder, Millstone, Coerced Confession, Destroy the Evidence, and basically every sorcery and artifact you have but Seer's Lantern and Tome Scour. replace your 3 creatures with Fog Bank

MrHufflepuff on Mirko Vosk, Herr des Tanzes

2 years ago

I run a very similar version to your Mirko deck and I might have a few suggestions as to what cards to remove.

First off it depends if you are playing multiplayer or 1v1. If your are playing multiplayer I would remove the "target player" spells such as Dream Twist, Tome Scour, Coerced Confession and Memory Sluice If you are playing 1v1 I would still remove a few of them because they are not overly powerful.

In general, I think Bitter Ordeal is sort of out of place here as you run both Leyline of the Void and Planar Void. Also, Bitter Ordeal requires permanents to be put into the graveyard, which means they need to have come from the battlefield. It is quite good however if you are running boardwipes.

I have played with Necromaster Dragon before and I felt like it was too much to pay for it's effects. I have also found that by the time I get Szadek, Lord of Secrets out the game is pretty much already over or I want to cast other spells.

Some more advice that I might give you is that I have found wheels such as Windfall and Whispering Madness to be quite effective especially with Library of Leng

I hope it all helped! Glad to help a fellow Mirko player.

Here is my deck if you need anything else to go off of. :)


Sorry, but they have to go, YES ALL OF THEM!

Commander / EDH lucal13

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aholder7 on Not all heroes die in armor, a story-based deck.

3 years ago

One small example of a story change here would be an addition of Burden of Guilt then siding into Press for Answers and Coerced Confession. (Assuming you splashed blue). This is just an example. I personally think that you have a good concept. I look forward to seeing and new creations you make.

ForAkros529 on R/U Mill(Suggestions appreciated)

3 years ago

You could also try Coerced Confession. As it would let you mill, and draw cards.

Joumba on Where did it go?

3 years ago

I believe you could cut either Mindeye Drake or Coerced Confession for Intruder Alarm and, I still insist, Nemesis of Reason.

Sure, Mindeye Drake can fly, but for the same cmc, you get a creature that can mill 10 card every time it attacks, before the damage is distributed. If you could replace your Dimir Keyrune with a Sol Ring, you can pull a Nemesis of Reason as early as turn 2 and start milling.

As for Coerced Confession, its a risky card for 5 mana especially since it target only one player. Unless that player rely heavily on creatures with about 33~, its a big investment for often not much. Replacing it with Intruder Alarm will indeed cut out a draw card, but for a lot of control in the battlefield and interaction with your commander. I use that card in my deck Mind-eaters like squishy juices with Grimgrin, Corpse-Born and it never failed me yet.

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