Quasiduplicate

Quasiduplicate

Sorcery

Create a token that's a copy of target creature you control.

Jump-start (You may cast this card from your graveyard by discarding a card in addition to paying its other costs. Then exile this card.)

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Guilds of Ravnica (GRN) Rare

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Format Legality
Casual Legal
Unformat Legal
Custom Legal
Arena Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Pioneer Legal
Legacy Legal
Historic Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Highlander Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Limited Legal
2019-10-04 Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Leviathan Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Quasiduplicate Discussion

Tylord2894 on Copying Mutations

1 month ago

Unlike most effects in Magic, Mutate affects the copiable values of a creature. This means that when you Clone (or Quasiduplicate) a mutated creature, the changes from the mutations will be copied too.

A lot of times, people will liken Mutate with Bestow (or Aura in general). This is one of the primary ways that those mechanics differ. There's one important note on this, though. A clone of a Mutated creature won't have the same "Mutate counter" as the original. In other words, triggers that care about "number of times this creature has mutated" (like that of Auspicious Starrix) won't count how many times the copied creature mutated. The Mutation count for the copy starts at zero.

Hope this helps!!

SquirrelPenguin on Copying Mutations

1 month ago

What happens when I Quasiduplicate a mutated creature?

LimbicCircus on Copy that, Copycat!

2 months ago

NoSoyYucateco 100% yes. I was thinking about it and cane to the conclusion that my interaction with players could just be copies. If another player plays a threat they will do so cautiously for fear of my having one too. Same thing with removal and such. Now I’ll have things like mystic snake and sublime epiphany for scarier things like asymmetrical board wipes but still. Copying is a pretty scary reality to play against. So with that in mind i think it’ll be easier to cut some things. Quasiduplicate is sorcery speed sure, but its cheap and repeatable. Imagine copying a Bane of Progress and the like! Looking at my list I have two general cuts to make then I can start swapping things in and out more easily.

NoSoyYucateco on Copy that, Copycat!

2 months ago

Don't know why this didn't come to me before. Think you can make room for Quasiduplicate?

king-saproling on gandalf24

3 months ago

Hi Ron,
It's awesome that you play with your sons. My dad taught me magic back in 2000 and we used to play plenty of EDH until he went through chemo and lost memory of how to play.. anyway I'm really thankful that he taught me and I'm sure your sons feel the same.

I'd be happy to check out your Brudiclad deck. Do you have a decklist you can send me? So far I can recommend the following cards if you don't use them already. They're for getting Brudi out quicker, which is vital for high-level games: Generator Servant, Pentad Prism, Worn Powerstone, and Coalition Relic.

These cards also come to mind for strong Brudiclad synergy: Twinflame, Heat Shimmer, Quasiduplicate, Rite of Replication, Lightning Runner, Combat Celebrant, Tilonalli's Summoner, Elemental Mastery.

Hope this helps
Leo

SquirrelPenguin on Does this combo work?

5 months ago

So I was thinking of using Mirror Gallery to copy a random creature with Quasiduplicate, then cast Lutri, the Spellchaser targeting Quasiduplicate, the copy of Quasiduplicate targeting Lutri, then the copy of Lutri enters the battlefield, thus copying Quasiduplicate infinity times, Mirror Gallery causing it to be possible to get infinite otters. Does this even work, or does Quasiduplicate resolve before the Lutri clones can copy the Quasiduplicate?

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