Breaking // entering

by wickeddarkman on 30 July 2020

Main Deck (1 card)

Sorceries (1)

Sideboard (4 cards)

Submit a list of cards below to bulk import them all into your sideboard. Post one card per line using a format like "4x Birds of Paradise" or "1 Blaze", you can even enter just the card name by itself like "Wrath of God" for single cards.

Deck Description

Welcome to the database of my stream of thought mill.
By searching for the tag: wdm mill guide you can access the whole thing.
Cards in the sideboard are mentioned in the article, so when I write about how I use them, you can study all the details of the mentioned card.

Breaking // entering is an interesting card on many levels and I have generally used it in association with four strategies.
1: using it as a means to cast chancellor of the Spires one turn faster, which demands that I put it in the graveyard first with oona's prowler.
2: to boost mindshrieker, as mindshrieker counts the full cost of both parts of the card (currently mindshrieker is not in my deck)
3: to mill 8 cards.
4: resurrecting needed creatures. If for example a game against burn drags out and I've sideboarded jorubai murk lurker, it could be a good idea to resurrect one to increase the lifegain.

Again search for the tag: wdm mill guide to see it all.

Also if more people create sub databases like this we could search for a deckname like stream of thought to see all guides made by people on how to use that card.
A shared concept like that would bring extensive knowledge on any card.

Deck Tags

  • Wdm mill guide

Deck at a Glance

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Card Legality

  • Not Legal in Standard
  • Not Legal in Modern
  • Not Legal in Vintage
  • Not Legal in Legacy

Deck discussion for Breaking // entering

That would be interesting, except that’s what card reviews are for

Posted Thursday at 12:08


Yeah, but this would happen automatically, by default.
Also the benefits of describing each card on a single page are huge. Just think about how some of my older decks have their own wall of text to describe the cards. Now I can always look at my own database and remember what cards have synergy. It makes my own deckbuilding faster and more efficient.

In the future if I wonder why I had a card in a deck I can look it up.
Each card file serves a great purpose as external memory. It's out of my own head and I can memorize other stuff.

Posted Thursday at 13:07