Mirrorpool

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Mirrorpool enters the battlefield tapped.

: Add to your mana pool.

, , Sacrifice Mirrorpool: Copy target instant or sorcery spell you control. You may choose new targets for the copy.

, , Sacrifice Mirrorpool: Put a token onto the battlefield that's a copy of target creature you control.

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Mirrorpool Discussion

Rhadamanthus on Can I use Mirrorpool's abilities ...

6 days ago

When the symbol (the colorless mana symbol) is used in a cost it means you can only use mana to pay for it, much like you can only pay for with , etc. If you want to be able to activate Mirrorpool's 2nd and 3rd abilities then you need to find a source of colorless mana, whether it's a Wastes, a Sunscorched Desert, an Aether Hub, whatever.

McSween7 on Can I use Mirrorpool's abilities ...

6 days ago

I just wanted to know whether or not I could use the second ability on Mirrorpool tapping any land for the wastes symbol, or if I needed a wastes basic land? I know this is a bit old, but I don't really play standard so I don't pay attention to this kind of stuff!

Amnesiac_ on Big Green Standard Deck

1 week ago

Add a set of Mirrorpool to fetch with hydra to copy hydra, chain is nasty. Could add red for fling lethal hydra at opponent post combat.

Delta-117 on Rhonas and the Ordeal of Strength

2 weeks ago

I thought of a couple other things, sorry don't mean to spam your comments. I should really upgrade my account so I can at least edit things within the last 5 minutes.

Anyways I thought up a few land suggestions, Ancient Tomb, Eye of Ugin, Mirrorpool, Deserted Temple, Homeward Path, Mage-Ring Network, Terrain Generator, Temple of the False God Shrine of the Forsaken Gods and Wastes.

Some of these I suggested specifically since you had some eldrazi, but other than that there are a couple others like Terrain Generator, Homeward Path, Mage-Ring Network, etc that have other uses. You of course don't need all of these obviously, but a few I feel might help, as long as it does not detract from too many basics. You should have at least if anything maybe 1 Wastes as its a land that can be searched for and it might be helpful in that rare occasion you might want a colorless source for your World Breaker. Also a Wastes would be helpful if you do dceide to use Mirrorpool at all.

One more thing, Nissa, Vital Force if you want more things that care about lands, than she would be a good choice.

I gave a bunch of cards to think about and so feel free to ask for suggestions what might be able to be swapped out, and I will try to answer when I have more time a bit later.

DaringApprentice on Wacky Combos: Builder's Resource

3 weeks ago

Mirrorpool is nice for activating the Grandeur ability of Oriss, Samite Guardian in a color without any creature copying (I believe), as long as you can get the original Oriss, Samite Guardian back into your hand from the graveyard.

Guile+Dovescape is pretty interesting!

RamaLama on It's Not Easy Being Green

1 month ago

Hmm Emzed, I didn't even know about Heroic Intervention. I guess I'll have to include it on my want list. Thanks for the heads-up.

You're right about redundancy, Grantley91, but I do have that feature with Bear Umbra, or cards that will immediately pop Omnath (or a copy of Omnath) back out after being destroyed in order to protect the mana pool. Cards like Winding Canyons, Savage Summoning, Yeva, Nature's Herald, Nim Deathmantle and Mirrorpool protect the mana pool, which forgoes the need to keep Omnath himself protected to some extent.

Unfortunately, as sometimes happens, none of this stuff was on the field when I got Wrathed in that game. /:-(

RamaLama on It's Not Easy Being Green

1 month ago

Hmm Emzed, I didn't even know about that card. I guess I'll have to include it on my want list. Thanks for the heads-up.

You're right about redundancy, Grantley91, but I do have that feature with Bear Umbra or cards that will immediately pop Omnath (or a copy of Omnath) back out after being destroyed in order to protect the mana pool. Cards like Winding Canyons, Savage Summoning, Yeva, Nature's Herald and Mirrorpool protect the mana pool, which forgoes the need to keep Omnath himself protected to some extent.

Unfortunately, as sometimes happens, none of this stuff was on the field when I got Wrathed in that game. /:-(

Antonius86 on High Fever - Blue/Red Mill - Standard

1 month ago

Too slow you say? I wonder how we can make it faster.

There are three copy effects available to you in Standard:

They all cost a bit of mana, especially considering that the spell you want to copy, Startled Awake  Flip is 2UU.

Standard is pretty fast right now with the best decks winning on turn 4. There are other combos for lower-tiered decks that win on turns 5-6.

In order for you to win with a mill strategy, you can combo to mill their entire deck in one shot, or you can grind them out over a few turns, all the while armed with removal/counterspell disruption in order to not let them get a foothold.

In theory, blue would allow you to do that. You could play a blue control game for some turns until you get the mana you need to copy a couple Startled Awake  Flips. By that point, however, you may want to find a faster win condition.

I'm sure the deck is fun to play. I would like to make it fun and even more efficient at what it does!

So, if we multiply the copy effects, and look for other mill effects. The other mill cards in standard:

Cards that exile from the top of the library:

They're all pretty slow... So I'm still wondering how it can be made faster.

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