Mirror-Mad Phantasm

Legality

Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Penny Dreadful Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Innistrad (ISD) Mythic Rare

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Mirror-Mad Phantasm

Creature — Spirit

Flying

: Mirror-Mad Phantasm's owner shuffles it into his or her library. If that player does, he or she reveals cards from the top of that library until a card named Mirror-Mad Phantasm is revealed. That player puts that card onto the battlefield and all other cards revealed this way into his or her graveyard.

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Mirror-Mad Phantasm Discussion

JoosetheMuice on Lazav, The Multiwin

5 days ago

I would say add:

Negate or Swan Song (probably the later, 1 mana to save lazav in a pinch is a big deal) Snuff Out as well for that free kill when tapped out. Fact or Fiction is a draw spell I like here as is Pull from Tomorrow

Stinkweed Imp Nightmare Void Dakmor Salvage all have dredge, which could serve you pretty well.

I also like Platinum Angel and Krav, the Unredeemed

I'd Cut:

Abyssal Persecutor for the angel, Laboratory Maniac not sure what it does in this deck, is it just to combo with Mirror-Mad Phantasm? if so cut them both. Yuriko, the Tiger's Shadow.

A couple other things I don't love are Thief of Sanity, Phyrexian Soulgorger and Dream Eater

scumbling1 on Just an Angel and Her Toys

3 weeks ago

I will check them out. I love that washed-out style; it’s very Rebecca Guay.

Have you thought about something like Mirror-Mad Phantasm or Tunnel Vision to dump your Auras where Bruna can grab them?

Last_Laugh on Muldrotha, the „Fun“ in „Funeral“

1 month ago

Nice deck but I do have a few suggestions. First, Mirror-Mad Phantasm which is admittedly some extreme mill but allows you to run a few win-cons like Living Death. I'd also consider Crystal Vein, it can ramp you 4 mana in one turn (more if you run guys like Azusa, Lost but Seeking/Oracle of Mul Daya which are worth it here). Cephalid Coliseum is another land worth considering. Animate Dead needs a spot (better than Necromancy but I'd run both). I'm also very fond of Song of the Dryads for removal here (being able to recur these at will can be back breaking to any deck relying on its commander like Purphoros, Animar, etc.).

Anyways, here's a link to my list. Feedback and/or upvotes on any of my lists is appreciated. Muldrotha's Madhouse - No Infinite

Last_Laugh on A Corpse for Every Occasion

1 month ago

Mirror-Mad Phantasm is your best self mill option by far. It goes great with cards like Living Death and Living End assuming you're ok with some non-creature spells... if not then Primal Surge 100% deserves a spot for being all permanents.

Another card I've had great success with here is Bear Umbra due to the deck being a bit mana hungry and Muldrotha getting hated off the board... totem armor has saved my ass many times. I'd also run Glen Elendra Archmage and Siren Stormtamer for a little counter suite. World Shaper is also really good in self mill (I prefer it over Crucible here). I'd also try running Merciless Executioner in addition to Fleshbag Marauder, this effect is really strong here. Depending on your meta, Mystic Remora and/or Elephant Grass can be bonkers.

As far as cuts go, I'm not a huge fan of your walkers outside of LotV and Kiora, Crashing Wave. I'm also questioning your token producers like Skirsdag High Priest and Cryptbreaker just due to lack of synergy. Evil Twin is kinda meh and I'm having serious doubts over Golgari Thugs death trigger (granted you probably end up re-milling whatever you threw on top anyways). I'd also drop to 36 lands and consider running some off-color fetches.

Feel free to check out my list for ideas. Feedback and/or upvotes are appreciated. Muldrotha's Madhouse - No Infinite

Jaefarlii on Gisa and Geralf | Tunnel vision combo

1 month ago

msanchez13 thank you for the tips, I've had my eye on Mirror-Mad Phantasm but i never thought of cloning it, that's great.

Is Praise Cthulhu-Wrexial the self-mill combo deck you mentioned?

msanchez13 on Gisa and Geralf | Tunnel vision combo

1 month ago

Hi there, cool deck idea! I'll be scouring your list for inspiration for my own self-mill combo deck :)
Some ideas I've come across on my own:
One of the most potent self-mill cards I've come across is Mirror-Mad Phantasm. Not only is it effective on its own, if it is cloned, the clone shuffles in as itself, and your whole deck is flipped over! I combine that with Laboratory Maniac but it works with your living end combo too.
Additionally, I'm surprised you don't run Mesmeric Orb, one of the most efficient combinations of disruption for your opponents and self-mill. It also combos with an already decent mana-rock, Basalt Monolith! Just diddle your monolith over and over, flip your deck over, and cast living end. Easy as that!
Happy brewing :D

oliveoilonyaasscureshemorrhoid on Sidisi, Zombi Grill

2 months ago

My biggest recommendation would be Phenax, God of Deception. It is a god in sidisi decks. It is especially good with Lightning Greaves and sidisi, it can become near infinite zombies right before your end step. Another great card is Krosan Restorer, it's great alone but also can create infinite mana with Havengul Lich and Ashnod's Altar.

I also wanted to mention Mirror-Mad Phantasm, Mindshrieker, Life from the Loam, Skullwinder, Archfiend of Depravity, Kessig Cagebreakers, Necromancy/Beacon of Unrest, and Clever Impersonator/Phyrexian Metamorph

TheBoraxKid on From casual to more competitive. ...

2 months ago

So when I first started EDH I gravitated toward Sedris, the Traitor King and decided to build a deck.

Five years later and I still consider the deck my "pet deck". Recently, my meta has taken a shift toward more explosive combos, and my deck has fallen a bit short.

I am an adaptable person and have adjusted my deck accordingly, but after 5 or so years of casual play I find myself a bit lost on how I can update my deck to be more explosive (winning in a single turn), and still stay true to what my deck is trying to do.

I have added a few combos in the form of Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker and Zealous Conscripts, Worldgorger Dragon, Animate Dead, Dance of the Dead, and Necromancy, as well as Mirror-Mad Phantasm, Living Death, and Laboratory Maniac in order to be able to seal the game as my own if the odds are against me.

Unfortunately, a few issues I am having are:

1. Staying true to my theme while having outs in the form of combo

2. Not going to combos as a first line of offense

3. Making my combos more accessible and consistent

My playgroup as it stands is a strange hybrid of casual and competitive. My friends prefer to play the long-medium game and setting up board position, yet still having one explosive play that can seal the deal. I find myself in a weird Magic-limbo where I can't find the sweetspot and I need the community's help! Please help me find combos or synergies that can fit into this new style of play. Any help is appreciated! My deck's goal is to abuse ETB triggers with Sedris.


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