Mirrorworks

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
Oathbreaker Legal
Unformat Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Commander 2018 (C18) Rare
Mirrodin Besieged (MBS) Rare
Mirrodin Besieged: Phyrexia (MBP) Rare

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Tokens

Mirrorworks

Artifact

Whenever another nontoken artifact enters the battlefield under your control, you may pay . If you do, create a token that's a copy of that artifact.

Mirrorworks Discussion

Brutal_B on Manapunk

1 month ago

I play a vehicles deck as well but mine has a stronger emphasis on bonuses from crewing. Creatures like Hateflayer and King Macar, the Gold-Cursed might be worthy of your consideration. Also Aethershield Artificer , Veteran Motorist , and Weldfast Engineer all give a vehicle or two a little boost. Sai, Master Thopterist , Pia Nalaar , Efficient Construction , and Thopter Spy Network are all decent servo/thopter creators; and Master Trinketeer pumps all those creations for better crewing! Then add in Anointed Procession , Parallel Lives and/or ! Doubling Season ! for even more tokens. Start Your Engines and Aerial Modification are good inclusions as well. Some cards that we both need to put in our decks are Padeem, Consul of Innovation , Aeronaut Admiral and Built to Smash . Atraxa, Praetors' Voice and Breya, Etherium Shaper would be great in your deck! Mirrorworks ? Mirage Mirror ?

drooski on Hanna, Weaponized Card Draw

1 month ago

Update: swapped out Mirrorworks for Long-Term Plans to have another way to get to Psychosis Crawler.

DeathBySprnkles on Does Panharmonicon allow me to ...

2 months ago

If I have Panharmonicon on the field along with Flameshadow Conjuring , Mirrorworks , and/or Minion Reflector and the appropriate permanent enters the battlefield, do I just pay the extra corresponding mana cost (RR for Flameshadow Conjuring and 4 mana for Mirrorworks / Minion Reflector ) and make two copies of the permanent?

consolo on colorless-Tron: Urza's Sacrificing

3 months ago

UPDATE, Ichor Wellspring is back in and Swiftfoot Boots are out, 4 Sylvan Scrying , 4 Blast Zone , 4 Forest have been put in to pick the Scuttling Doom Engine and Retributive Wand as the win con. Mystic Forge is out Mirrorworks and Pierce Strider is out for them to be put into a version of "urza's ETB"

marn3us on

5 months ago

SideBae Thanks again for the very detailed and interesting answer! My playgroup (luckily) doesn't use any blood moon-type effects to hamper lands and given the large amount of great artefacts in our format, my lands are never targeted by single-target artifact removal. They are really vulnerable to mass artifact destruction (i.e. Vandalblast ) though, and the one time I wasn't able to counter a Merciless Eviction I flat out lost the game (although I think I would have lost it anyways with my whole board in exile).

The main reason I have those artifact lands in the deck is ramp with Tezzeret the Seeker and mana fixing with Trinket Mage . They also really help to activate artifact-count triggers (e.g. Stoic Rebuttal , Thopter Spy Network , Dispatch , etc.) in the early game and they are exceptionally useful with Glimmervoid and Spire of Industry . I've also sometimes used them to mitigate the cost of Master Transmuter ability and being able to ramp with Mirrorworks can sometime be useful. They can also be discarded to Daretti, Scrap Savant and be later brought back through any of the artifact recursion engines.

I haven't played the deck enough though, so I will definitely pay attention to those artifact lands' performance in the next games and if they don't work I'll get rid of them.

What do you think about Combustible Gearhulk ? I still haven't had the chance to draw and play it and I'm wondering if there are better repeatable card-draw alternatives that come with upsides (i.e. being a big 6/6 first striker in this case).

Thanks again :)

MESS1802 on card: Strionic Resonator entering with ...

6 months ago

For simplicity, let’s assume for this scenario that I have floating. I already have Mirrorworks on the battlefield. If I use to cast Strionic Resonator , it’ll trigger Mirrorworks when it enters, so I now have floating and a Mirrorworks trigger for a token copy of Strionic Resonator on the stack. Since the original Strionic Resonator triggered Mirrorworks , it’s already on the battlefield, so I can activate its ability. So if I use more to activate Strionic Resonator to copy the trigger it created by it entering the battlefield, I get a second trigger for a token copy on the stack, now with remaining. I then use more to pay for the copied trigger and let that resolve, leaving me with one resolved token copy of Strionic Resonator , an unpaid Mirrorworks trigger on the stack, and floating left. I then repeat this process with the new token copy of Strionic Resonator , using to copy the trigger and to pay for the trigger, leaving me with one unpaid trigger on the stack and floating. I lastly use the remaining mana to pay for the original trigger, leaving me with a total of four Strionic Resonator copies(one original, three token), two tapped(including original) and two untapped.
So my question is: is my sequence of events correct?

MESS1802 on None

6 months ago

For simplicity, let’s assume for this scenario that I have floating. I already have Mirrorworks on the battlefield. If I use to cast Strionic Resonator , it’ll trigger Mirrorworks when it enters, so I now have floating and a Mirrorworks trigger for a token copy of Strionic Resonator on the stack. Since the original Resonator triggered Mirrorworks, it’s already on the battlefield, so I can activate its ability. So if I use more to activate Strionic Resonator to copy the trigger it created by it entering the battlefield, I get a second trigger for a token copy on the stack, now with remaining. I then use more to pay for the copied trigger and let that resolve, leaving me with one resolved token copy of Strionic Resonator , an unpaid Mirrorworks trigger on the stack, and floating left. I then repeat this process with the new token copy of Strionic Resonator , using to copy the trigger and to pay for the trigger, leaving me with one unpaid trigger on the stack and floating. I lastly use the remaining mana to pay for the original trigger, leaving me with a final result of four total Resonators, two tapped and two untapped.
So my question is: is my sequence of events correct?

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Mirrorworks occurrence in decks from the last year

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All decks: 0.02%