Mirage Mirror


Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Standard Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Brawl Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Hour of Devastation (HOU) Rare

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Mirage Mirror


: Mirage Mirror becomes a copy of target artifact, creature, enchantment, or land until end of turn.

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Mirage Mirror Discussion

WunderlichDrums on Breya, Ghost in the Shell OVER 65 INFINITE COMBOS

1 day ago

I'm really liking the recent comments. I just updated my list with some of your guys' card suggestions.

@ejikazuma .....wow..really? I never knew that about Grand Architect and Nim Deathmantle That kinda sucks..a lot.. But, I have been thinking of cutting him for a while, so maybe that's all I needed to read to make the decision.

Also yeah, Myr Battlesphere is great in this deck. I've had him in for a while. So much so that I've considered putting in Precursor Golem as well, BUT..Battlesphere combos with Time Sieve + Academy Ruins ALSO..so..yeah lol I don't think I would take out Thopter Assembly though. That's just me.

@mtgApprentice21 YES! Mana Vault is great! I think many people overlook the fact that you can combo with Mana Vault, Sol Ring and Mana Crypt in this deck! lol

Also, that's a good point with Crucible of Worlds and the artifact lands...that's pretty dirty lol

Has anyone tried using Mirage Mirror in this deck yet? Has worked out pretty well for me so far ;)

Might also be a long shot, but anyone tried Mairsil, the Pretender??

Maybe some of you might wanna check out my list because I haven't really had any of the issues you're talking about. The only real issue I've faced is being color screwed..which brings this to mind...

Has anyone here tried or seen Breya lists that barely run any colored spells? Like, strictly artifact based combos??? No Felidar Guardian or any of the wincon cards such as Impact Tremors/Zulaport Cutthroat/Disciple of the Vault/etc, just strictly colorless artifacts that combo plus some tutors?

Though most of the deck is colorless artifacts, I do feel like I get screwed on color sometimes. And also if you have suggestions for my list, be my guest. I'm down to try out new cards.

goodair on Pseudo EDH staples

4 days ago

Vicious Shadows is just plain disguising with prossh!!
Mirage Mirror is super sweet aswell!
Thalia, Heretic Cathar, Tower of the Magistrate and Fiery Confluence are some cards I've never seen other people run for some reason.

Brutal_B on Pseudo EDH staples

4 days ago

So I haven't been playing for very long but in my time I have noticed some cards that are great in just about any deck and have become staples in my decks.

A few I have really grown a liking to:

Mirage Mirror. So versatile.

Sandstone Oracle. Refill your hand and possibly more. Great little beater and blocker.

If running : Void Grafter. Throw out a body to save another for pretty cheap.

A new one: Forge of Heroes.

Your turn. I want to know what you guys deem 'staples out of the ordinary'.

Madcookie on How does Phoebe's ability interact ...

4 days ago

I've never played with any un-cards, but generally whenever a text on a card refers to a card by its name it is translated in the cases of copying as "this permanent" rather than the printed name.

706.10b A copy of an ability has the same source as the original ability. If the ability refers to its source by name, the copy refers to that same object and not to any other object with the same name. The copy is considered to be the same ability by effects that count how many times that ability has resolved during the turn.

For example if Mirage Mirror died while copying The Scarab God it will get returned to its owner's hand at the end of turn, regardless of the fact that it is not considered a creature or The Scarab God while in the graveyard. So Phoebe, Head of S.N.E.A.K. will permanently have the text and refer to herself in all instances of the name Modular Monstrosity in her newly acquired text box.

As for the other question I can think of Pongify, Beast Within and Polymorphist's Jest.


Neotrup on Does card:Mirage Mirror's ability target?

1 week ago

Your Mirage Mirror will not become a copy of the targeted object if it is sacrificed prior to the ability's resolution, whether it is due to the illusion ability or the controller sacrificing it to another effect. Targeting legality is checked on both activation and resolution, it the target is sacrificed, destroyed, given shroud, or otherwise made illegal after you target it, you won't copy it.

cdkime on Does card:Mirage Mirror's ability target?

1 week ago

Question 1:

Yes, Mirage Mirror does target--any time an ability says the word "target" it is a targeted ability. As such, you cannot use it to copy a shrouded artifact, creature, or land, and can only use it to target a hexproof artifact, creature, or land if you controlled the targetted object. Also, note how it does not use the word "permanent"--Mirage Mirror can't target planeswalkers.

Compare to Phantasmal Image, which enters the battlefield as a copy of another creature, but does not target that creature.

Question 2:

Yes generally, but there's a bit of an error in your terminology. Yes, the Illusionary Servant will die, but it will be sacrificed, not destroyed. These are very different effects, so the distinction is critical. For example, an indestructible Illusionary Servant would still die as a result of Mirage Mirror's targeting, as sacrificing a creature does not implicate indestructible.

Your Mirage Mirror will still become a copy of the targeted object, even if it was sacrificed prior to resolution of the Mirage Mirror ability.

SurpriZe on Does card:Mirage Mirror's ability target?

1 week ago

Can Mirage Mirror's ability be used to copy a shrouded/hexproof permanent? Will it also destroy illusions (such as Illusionary Servant) by trying to copy them?

Gidgetimer on Few questions regarding card:Callous Oppressor

2 weeks ago

Situation 1- The copy will have the same abilities as the original and an opponent will choose a type as it enters. It can be the same or different as the type chosen for the first. (This is assuming Clone, Cackling Counterpart, or other copies that enter the battlefield.)

Situation 2- Mirage Mirror (and similar things that copy without the creature entering the battlefield) will never have a creature type chosen and can therefore take control of any creature. Mirage Mirror (and other things that only copy until EOT) however will not have the ability that you may choose not to untap it, and you will lose control of the creature on your next untap step.

Situation 3- The creature will have 2 control changing effects applied to it. When one of the Callous Oppressors dies only the effect from it will end. The other one will still be granting you control of the creature.

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