Coerced Confession - 4[U/B]
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.
"Ask the right questions in the right way and truth is inevitable."
Coerced Confession does two important things in limited: Deck your opponent and help you draw cards. Coerced Confession is just too expensive to see competitive play in Standard. Unless your opponent is playing a creature-heavy deck in an attempt to abuse Domri Rade, there's just too little of a chance that you'll reliably draw three or more cards with it.
That doesn't mean there isn't a place for Coerced Confession to shine. Coerced Confession makes a great addition to casual mill decks where it grow your Consuming Aberration or make an opponent lose a fourth of their starting life total when paired with Duskmantle Guildmage.
How will you use Coerced Confession?
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