Splinter Twin

Splinter Twin

Enchantment — Aura

Enchant creature

Enchanted creature has ": Put a token that's a copy of this creature onto the battlefield. That token has haste. Exile it at the beginning of your next end step."

Splinter Twin Discussion

thinkoriginal on Wrath of Marath 3.0

1 week ago

WarSpaniel

Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker makes a copy of Felidar Guardian. When that copy enters the battlefield, it triggers, targeting Kiki-Jiki, flickering it. You can then repeat this loop infinitely, creating enough Felidar Guardians with haste to kill all of your opponents with one combat swing.

The easiest way to assemble this is by using Birthing Pod (hence the archetype name, Pod. The "Blood" part of Blood Pod comes from Blood Moon, or in this case Magus of the Moon, commonly played with Pod). With any 3-cmc creature in play (conveniently, Marath is such a creature) and 3 mana available, you begin the chain by:

  1. Sacrifice the 3-cmc creature to Birthing Pod. Search for Felidar Guardian, flicker Birthing Pod with Guardian to have it return to play untapped.

  2. Sacrifice Guardian to Pod to search up Karmic Guide. When Guide enters the battlefield. Have it target Guardian in the graveyard to return it to the battlefield. Flicker the Pod again to reset it.

  3. Sacrifice Guardian again to search up Kiki-Jiki. Use Kiki-Jiki to copy Karmic Guide, returning Guardian to the battlefield.

  4. Flicker Kiki-Jiki to begin the infinite Guardian loop and win!

A similar line can be performed with Survival of the Fittest. Discard any creature to chain-discard through Guardian, Kiki-Jiki, and optionally Village Bell-Ringer (who also goes infinite with Kiki-Jiki), until you have them all in your graveyard and Karmic Guide in hand. Cast Karmic Guide, return Kiki-Jiki, copy Guide, return Guardian, reset Kiki-Jiki, go infinite.

Splinter Twin is used on Village Bell Ringer as an alternate infinite combo, as each copy untaps the enchanted Bell Ringer, making infinite copies with haste. This can be tutored directly into play with Academy Rector.

Mironzitos on Grenzo Doomsday Dash

4 weeks ago

Ashnod's Altar or Phyrexian Altar,

Teferi's Puzzle Box,

Stranglehold or Blood Moon to help the locking

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and I want your opinion guys about possibilities to fit Splinter Twin to make variable combos like:

Goblin Sharpshooter or Zealous Conscripts

the combo Dualcaster Mage + Twinflame that can interact with other cards having some value

to support more this variations Imperial Recruiter is sugar .

any piece that appears first is easy to combine and you will be unpredictable for multiple matches. It's been fun and competitive appreciate ur attetion end Lets Grenzo !

twitch.tv/Mironzitos

Mironzitos on Grenzo ft. DJ Doomsday | Competitive Primer

4 weeks ago

Ashnod's Altar or Phyrexian Altar,

Teferi's Puzzle Box,

Stranglehold or Blood Moon to help the locking

-

and I want your opinion guys about possibilities to fit Splinter Twin to make variable combos like:

Goblin Sharpshooter or Zealous Conscripts

the combo Dualcaster Mage + Twinflame that can interact with other cards having some value

to support more this variations Imperial Recruiter is sugar .

any piece that appears first is easy to combine and you will be unpredictable for multiple matches. It's been fun and competitive appreciate ur attetion end Lets Grenzo !

twitch.tv/Mironzitos

Illidian on The Rage of Achilles | Haktos EDH

1 month ago

So I put together this deck and played it and I must say, I won every single game but one out of seven games. Haktos is pretty mean and is annoying since its not that easy to remove. Imagine a 7/1 creature with double strike coming at you and not being able to do anything about it.

I also included Rite of the Raging Storm to make it more spicy.

Wanted a combo if for any case Haktos gets killed a lot, it would cost more to cast. Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker Splinter Twin Restoration Angel Zealous Conscripts

triproberts12 on Golems are a combo tribe?

1 month ago

You could, yeah. I just listed the 2-card combos that specifically include a golem. To me, if a tribal deck isn't winning with a card of its tribe, it's not really a tribal deck. For instance, if I do decide to change course on the Gerrard deck I've been collecting pieces for and make it golems, I might not include Midnight Guard, despite comboing with both Elemental Mastery and Splinter Twin, or, rather, exactly because of the combo potential. I'd prefer to stick to cards like Enlightened Tutor that can grab either piece of 6 of the 7 golem-centric combos above. Same goes for Vandalblast and Mycosynth Lattice. I'd chose one or the other.

Ziabo on The Murder Auntie

1 month ago

Splinter Twin vombo with kiki game breaker

Faithless Looting filter dead cards

Goblin Matron & Goblin Recruiter for tutor?

triproberts12 on Golems are a combo tribe?

1 month ago

I was toying with the idea of a golem deck built around Gerrard, Weatherlight Hero, a bad tribe in Boros for max jank. I remembered the old Pauper Battered Golem+Banishing Knack combo, and wondered if there were Boros combos. Before I knew it, I realized:

Battered Golem+Splinter Twin

Blightsteel Colossus+Chandra's Ignition

Karn, Silver Golem+Mycosynth Lattice

Altar Golem+Elemental Mastery

Voltaic Construct+Metalworker

Ancestral Statue+Mana Echoes+2 golems

Voltaic Construct+Karn, Silver Golem+any 3-mana rock

Apparently, Golems are a combo tribe.

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