1. Insidious Dreams
  2. Insidious Dreams

    Model torment66
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Set & Rarity: Torment, rare

Cost: 3 ManaBlack Mana

Card Type: Instant


Rules Text: As an additional cost to play Insidious Dreams, discard X cards.Search your library for X cards. Then shuffle your library and put those cards on top of it in any order.

Flavour Text: Chainer dreams of ultimate knowledge.

Artist Credit: John Avon

Format Legality: Legal in: Extended, Legacy, Vintage, Online Extended, Tribal Wars, Singleton, Odyssey BlockBanned in: Prismatic

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Date Added: Thursday 19 June, 2008 by Tom Pearson
Personally, I think that this is one of the best cards ever to appear in black. It might be a little pricey, but I like the fact that the x cost is the number of extra cards you discard, rather than how much more mana you plough into the casting cost, because this stops you overloading your hand and it means you might actually be able to cast some of the stuff you tutor the turn you tutor it.
Of course, there's also the fact that in some decks actually gain from you discarding stuff. Other than my recent mindslaver / white bringer deck, one that comes to mind is my souped-up 'rituals of rebirth' planar chaos theme deck, which actually might have benefited from this card. Sure, there's other stuff to make you discard your big stuff, like icatian crier, but this cetainly fits the theme. Imagine, you play this, discarding one big mother, and searching a rigor mortis or similar card. Provided you have enough mana left over, you're well and truly laughing.
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