Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker

Legendary Creature — Goblin Shaman


: Put a token that's a copy of target nonlegendary creature you control onto the battlefield. That token has haste. Sacrifice it at the beginning of the next end step.

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Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker Discussion

SynergyBuild on Commanders by Power Level [EDH Tier List]

1 day ago

Soren841, if you are saying it should be 'High Powered' on a cEDH, standing for competitive EDH list of decks, and assume that you actually aren't saying it is competitively viable, you are lying to yourself. Darkfire2210 was only explaining why Rakka combo doesn't work, not that you did something wrong, so telling Darkfire2210 should comment on your list is a bit falsidical. I would personally suggest that pure stax is the way to go, land destruction is plentiful in red, and Blood Moon, Magus of the Moon, Stranglehold, and Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker combo doesn't hurt to an already decent colorless stax base.

falc0n1234 on After Alesha, Who Smiles At ...

1 week ago

For example, I have Village Bell-Ringer in my graveyard and I have Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker on the field. I enter the declare attackers step and attack with Alesha, Who Smiles at Death and pay the cost for her triggered ability. I reanimate Village Bell-Ringer. I then copy Village Bell-Ringer with Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker and make infinite Village Bell-Ringers with haste. From what I understand (I am probably wrong) this all happens on the declare attackers step, so will I be able to declare attacks with all the Village Bell-Ringer tokens? In my playgroup, I have been told I cannot attack with them after I bring back Village Bell-Ringer with Alesha, Who Smiles at Death, are they correct? If so, why does this interaction not allow the tokens to attack?

SamuraiNinjaSpy on kiki-jiki and splinter twin infinite combos

1 week ago

Umbral Mantle can combo with both, if you can get mana for the creatures. This can be done with any creature that can tap for three with Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker, Earthcraft Phyrexian Altar or Ashnod's Altar and a creature that gives you tokens or a couple token doublers, Mana Echoes or a creature that gives you enough Eldrazi Spawns or Scions. It can also be replaced by Cloudstone Curio in many of these combos with Kiki-Jiki if you have a mana filter such as Gemstone Array or Skyshroud Elf. I run these things in my heavy combo deck for other combos, and I’ve figured these combos out over time by just playing the deck. These combos weren’t by design, they just happened on their own. Here’s the decklist if you want to see the options. Maybe you can find more combos that I didn’t intend, and perhaps some of those could add to the list.

SynergyBuild on Commanders by Power Level [EDH Tier List]

1 week ago

Yeah, and storm is overrated IMO, trust me, there are many reasons I think that a 99 card colorless stax deck without a commander is able to compete in High Powered, not Competitive, not 'Maximum Powered,' but it is as good, relatively to almost each and every other High-Powered list I have tested out, meaning it is equal in winrate to the following lists from a set of hundreds of games against the Tier 1-2 lists:

Xira Arien Paradox Storm, Azami, Lady of Scrolls Paradox Combo-Control, Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker Token-Combo, Talrand, Sky Summoner Control&Extra Turns, Gaddock Teeg Creature-Stax/Hatebears, Sliver Queen Combo, Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir Lockout Combo, Yuriko, the Tiger's Shadow turns, Zada, Hedron Grinder storm, Dralnu, Lich Lord Paradox Storm, Inalla, Archmage Ritualist Infinite Turn Combo, Ishkanah, Grafwidow Food Chain, Shattergang Brothers stax, Nin, the Pain Artist IsoRev Combo, Selvala, Explorer Returned Combo-Stax, Seton, Krosan Protector ElfBall/Druid Tribal, and The Locust God combo.

SynergyBuild on BMH: The Inverted Brainchild

1 week ago

Really, unless you can win instantly after casting Enter the Infinite (Lotus Petal into Rite of Flame into Desperate Ritual into Seething Song into Mana Crypt into Mana Vault into Sol Ring into Zealous Conscripts+Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker, etc.) don't run it.

Leyline of Anticipation, Metallurgic Summonings, Omniscience, Stolen Strategy, Sunbird's Invocation, Swarm Intelligence, Mirari, Sentinel Tower, Swiftfoot Boots, Vedalken Orrery, Arcane Melee, Enhanced Surveillance, Jace's Sanctum, The Mirari Conjecture, Traumatize, Rise from the Tides, Crystal Shard, Expedition Map, Erratic Portal, Mana Cylix, Beacon Bolt, Stolen Identity, Laboratory Maniac, Melek, Izzet Paragon, Nivix Guildmage, Galvanoth, Echo Mage, Archaeomancer, Battle Hymn, and Fury Storm need to go, they don't do nearly enough.

Up next on the chopping board are every extra turn spell and every 'copy' effect, whether copying a creature/permanent or spell. It needs to go. Past in Flames is about all like that that is necessary. I feel Inner Fire is particularly bad... there are more cards to consider dropping think Jace's Sanctum, the Electromancer and Baral, but for now, their okay.

enpc on Bed Hair: cEDH Edition

1 week ago

legendofa: It's not a bad combo, but Hellkite Charger is very mana intensive and for a Boros deck, I'm not sure how many lands I'll actually have in play. Aggravated Assault+Sword of Feast and Famine is a lot more playable from a mana point of view. The only danger is making sure I don't saturate the deck with a bunch of individual combos, especially all ones that can get shut down by a single Fog effect or something like Ghostly Prison (yes, sword gets around this somewhat bu you have to have a lot of lands). I also need to balance the amount of creature and non-creature cards (the deck still needs to be able to just turn sideways after all).

I think if I was going to add any additional combat loop pieces, the first goto would be Godo, Bandit Warlord as he also tutors for Helm. It does mean that there is a heavy reliance on Helm of the Host but that's playing combo unfortunately. That or adding a Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker (and maybe Village Bell-Ringer) who has a nice line with Recruiter of the Guard. Plus he's gross with Magus of the Wheel.

SynergyBuild on BMH: The Inverted Brainchild

2 weeks ago

Very simple reason, the meta has shifted, and Jeleva storm decks are better as Kess. Kess doesn't need to stick on the table for a whole turn to have value, It doesn't have a 'chance' to hit something good. Kess allows you to double the value on every tutor you have, turning a Demonic Tutor into a 2-card combo that instantly wins, with Laboratory Maniac and Demonic Consultation.

Jeleva was much better when Leovold was around, because it allowed a dekc that might have card draw, or additional card draw turned off, and gave it serious ammunition, yet has less inherit value without it.

Kess storm is also similarly powerful to Jeleva Storm, and Kess Turns is only a little worse, really Kess is almost a strictly better varient to Jeleva in the current metagame, when choosing what commander to helm your deck.

Twin, Consultation, Turns, Control, and Storm are under Kess's toolbox of type of deck, which means that opponents that see a Kess won't immediately know what deck they are playing against, are they going to go infinite with Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker on turn two with Buried Alive for Pestermite, Kiki, and Phyrexian Delver + Reanimate, or are they going to get turns, Lab Man me out? I don't know.

That level of uncertainty, power, and generally better card advantage than Jeleva, Nephalia's Scourge leads me to understand that you might not have a serious grasp on what commander to pick. Jeleva is a fast storm deck, and Kess is that and everything else.

When it comes to big-stuff with an awful mana curve and no real way to tutor to top I don't think cEDH is the place at all for this deck.

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