On Jan. 12, 2013 a photo surfaced of a new DCI judge foil Bribery. According to a post by the MTGSalvation.com user "Tonde Mo Nai," the new promotional alternate art DCI judge foil Bribery "popped-up in one of the Searing Spear FNM packs at my local shop." DCI Judge foils are traditionally distributed by Wizards of the Coast during professional "Magic: The Gathering" tournaments and judge conferences to thank DCI judges for their volunteer efforts.
Bribery - 3UU
Sorcery (Promo Rare)
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.
Originally printed in "Mercadian Masques" and later reprinted with the modern card frame in "Eighth Edition," Bribery has become increasingly more powerful over the years. When it made its first debut, many competitive decks were filled with powerful spells. It has only been in the last several years that creatures have really mattered.
These days there are creatures aplenty to choose from, especially in Commander where this blue staple shines. There's no better feeling then using a Bribery to steal an opponent's Emrakul, the Aeons Torn.
How will you use Bribery?
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