Aven Mimeomancer


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Casual Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Alara Reborn (ARB) Rare

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Aven Mimeomancer

Creature — Bird Wizard


At the beginning of your upkeep, you may put a feather counter on target creature. If you do, that creature is 3/1 and has flying for as long as it has a feather counter on it.

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Aven Mimeomancer Discussion

upgraded on derevi bird tribal

2 months ago

I had Aven Mimeomancer in the initial list because I thought it worked like a Song of the Dryads effect and made dudes into VANILLA birds, then when I figured out how the card actually worked I cut it without really considering whether the card ACTUALLY works with my deck. I should probably give it a shot.

I'm trying to keep my curve super-low, so once my cantripping enchantments come out I can machine-gun out birds, but Raven Familiar probably deserves a place even though three is a bit more than I want to spend on a non-game-winning bird.

Great suggestions, both! Thank you.

ClockworkSwordfish on derevi bird tribal

2 months ago

I'd consider Raven Familiar - yeah, it's a little costly with Echo considered, but its deck manipulation is very nice. Much better than, say, Owl Familiar's. Besides, with Seaside Haven and Soulcatchers' Aerie in there, sometimes you won't mind him dying right away.

Aven Mimeomancer might also be a nice addition. He can buff all of your little 1/1 birdies, bring an opponent's hulking dragon down to size, and even combos delightfully with Kangee.

maxon on Swing X In The Air

2 months ago

They are both decent for sure. I want to see how Aven Mimeomancer plays out. I'm thinking I only want two cards (8 total) in the 3 mana spot. If the mimeomancer or Lyev Skyknight are lackluster, I'll give spell queller a go.

Red_Trinket on Paradox Haze Feat. Zur

3 months ago

Lazaro46 I'd say that overall, the deck has been performing pretty well at a casual level, maybe 50% tuned decks. If I were to mark the things that are in most dire need of change, it would definitely be the curve and the early game. If you were looking at upgrading the build that is posted here, I would take out some of the weaker win cons such as Herald of Leshrac and some of the less useful cards such as Drana's Emissary and Aven Mimeomancer. The early game is where this deck can struggle; if it gets a good start then it will faceroll against decks of a similar power level, but it can really struggle if it doesn't get a t3 or t4 Paradox Haze + abuser. Additionally, I would run a LOT more interaction. This version of the deck is super greedy, running almost no removal and no counterspells which tends to lead to losing a lot of games.

In summary, I'd take out all but your 5 or so win cons of choice and run some more interaction and more control elements. I'd take out most of the cards like Aven Mimeomancer and Martial Law since they don't do much to slow down an entire table, and I'd add more ways of consistently finding and protecting your good win conditions such as Mirror-Sigil Sergeant. I'll be the first to admit that there aren't a ton of ways that this card wins for you, which is why this is a VERY casual deck. Best of luck in your paradoxical ventures :)

TwoIdiots on Baby's First Multiplayer Cube (cards to include?)

7 months ago

Additions (trying to push boros. We can remove anything on this list, of course):

Things to consider for UW (not added, lets discuss):


Some notes:

Do we include sigets? I think it might be a good idea.


Darklordnfg on Birds of a Feather

9 months ago

I ended up pulling Devrai out and putting in Pride of the Clouds. He gives good additional token productions and much better mid-game play. I really do not like how Kangee, Aerie Keeper interacts. Since he isn't a bird, he simply isn't worth dropping unless you can use his kicker which is much slower than this deck is built to run. He also is very prone to getting burnt out of existence. I am up for suggestions. Thinking about Cloudfin Raptor, Gustcloak Savior, Aven Mimeomancer, or Augury Owl.

landofMordor on Emeria Value Control

10 months ago

Neat deck! You might try to extract a little more value from your 1-3 mana creatures. Reflector Mage, Judge's Familiar, Lyev Skyknight for tempo plays.

Esper Stormblade, Aven Mimeomancer, Daxos of Meletis, Geist of Saint Traft or whatever floats your boat for finishers.

Just suggestions, obviously. For space, I might take out Arashin Cleric, Mortarpod, Ojutai's Command. But cool deck! Love the concept.

Raging_Squiggle on Which instance of "is" and ...

11 months ago

The important rule for this question is Timestamps and Layer 7b.

In layer 7b, effects that set Power/Toughness to a certain number are applied.

If multiple applications occur in the same layer, timestamps are applied:

613.6. Within a layer or sublayer, determining which order effects are applied in is usually done using a timestamp system. An effect with an earlier timestamp is applied before an effect with a later timestamp.

Each setting of the power/toughness of your creature overrides the previous one(s) for its duration (if it has one, otherwise, it's permanently overridden).

With this knowledge, we can say with certainty without looking at anything else, that your creature is a 1/1 with no abilities due to the fact that Turn to Frog is the most recent application of Power/Toughness, so it overrides all previous applications.

Note that at the cleanup step, your creature returns to a 3/1, not a 1/1, because Aven Mimeomancer's application has a more recent timestamp than Godhead of Awe.

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