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Meloku the Clouded Mirror
Legendary Creature — Moonfolk Wizard
(1), Return a land you control to its owner's hand: Put a 1/1 blue Illusion creature token with flying into play.
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Meloku the Clouded Mirror Discussion
4 days ago
1 month ago
Hi there, you seem to be an eager deckbuilder ^^
This deck seems to rely heavily on Tatyova. How do you protect her? Do you even care about protection? You seem to rather invest in the ramp slot and recast her, than to invest in drawing cards and protection spells, am I right? My personal playstyle is to protect my commander therefore I'd add Swiftfoot Boots.
If you are in the unlucky position to be able to play your wincon, but you would die as well, you would like to have Zuran Orb in your deck.
Mana Breach might give you an advantage for your landfall and slow down everyone else.
You said you don't like symmetrical effects. However Horn of Greed will become asymmetrical as you are likely to be the player with the most landfall.
Words of Wind is not a good removal, because you cannot chose what to remove. How about Broken Bond? Grow from the Ashes might be better than Rampant Growth as the lands come in play untapped or go for Nissa's Pilgrimage as it is likely that you will have spell mastery.
Depending on you meta, you might want to play Carpet of Flowers. I usually have blue opponents and it ramps me like nothing else.
Regarding your argument for Stroke of Genius over Blue Sun's Zenith: Baral reduces also the X cost. If you blue sun for two ( you will draw three cards. Blue sun is therefore better, because you will shuffle it in your deck after casting it, draw it again and mill the next opponent out of the game.
Sylvan Library might be good for card selection in combination with your fetchlands.
I might have overlooked it, but where is your combo? I only see synergy.
Btw, are you around in Germany? I'd like to play against you sometime.
1 month ago
So Meloku the Clouded Mirror was in the initial plan but I decided to cut him because I don't think his ability is that usefull without other pieces do support it and his cmc makes him a bit slow. Venser, Shaper Savant is a better option, I didn't include him because of budget (basically any card that cost the same or more than a booster pack are cards that I own for some time and acquired for less than the current price or got in worse than NM condition and therefore cheaper).
1 month ago
Hey so quick question: You're only really using two merfolk including Kopala, Warden of Waves in the deck, so why use him? I don't know if I'm missing something in the deck here, but wouldn't he be better off being switched out for another token producer like Meloku the Clouded Mirror or a removal card like Venser, Shaper Savant?
1 month ago
Solar Flare was an old standard Esper control list based on ramp with signets and the like, and existed around kamigawa-ravnica standard, http://www.starcitygames.com/magic/standard/12799_The_History_of_Solar_Flare.html has more info on the topic, but it ran sweepers, big threats, ramp, recursion, counterspells, card draw, and removal, as any normal control list does.
The main threats Solar Flare ran were Angel of Despair, Meloku the Clouded Mirror, Yosei, the Morning Star, and Kokusho, the Evening Star, and had really cool interactions such as using non-land ramp like Dimir Signet in conunctions with karoos like Azorius Chancery to get mana through Hokori, Dust Drinker and used effects that discard like Sift and Compulsive Research along with Zombify.
Some of the countermagic it ran were along the likes of Mana Leak and Remand, it had sweepers like Wrath of God, and removal ranging from Mortify to Condemn, and even ran discard like Persecute. It ran Clutch of the Undercity as removal, burn, and a tutor for Wrath of God, Persecute, Zombify, Sift, Ivory Mask, and Hokori, Dust Drinker, and made it have extreme versatility.
2 months ago
Just pointing out that you linked to the wrong deck with the same name.
Azusa, Lost but Seeking is almost a must in land decks. Storm Cauldron is great since you hurt opponents more than yourself, and it actually gives you bonus card draw. Horn of Greed and Nissa, Vital Force also give you card draw when you play lands. Patron of the Moon and Amulet of Vigor can give you infinite landfall with ways to bounce lands like Storm Cauldron, Cloudstone Curio, Simic Growth Chamber, Ghost Town, Meloku the Clouded Mirror, or Pearl Lake Ancient.
3 months ago
It's a fun way to play Tasigur. I hope this helps.
4 months ago
cool concept but was wondering why you didnt go for U/B mill has it is clearly superior? I dont really understand the green splash
add list: Manic Scribe extra mill, Archive Trap extra mill 2, Mesmeric Orb GOOD MILL, Visions of Beyond 1 mana drawn 3 is unfair. maybe go for more control to mill? because in your current list agro destroy you card like Profane Memento are pretty cute but Echoing Truth Spell Pierce and Unsummon are more consistent. To replace Brainstorm go for Serum Visions or Opt or Sleight of Hand for sideboard Natural State is a staple in most green deck Fog could be usefull too
remove list: man.. you love having no maximum hand size lol but seriously Spellbook, Graceful Adept are awfull card, Meloku the Clouded Mirror is 5 mana that's a lot for a 2/4 flyer that bounce your own land
if your interested in a U/B mill deck ub mill