Stunt Double


Format Legality
Tiny Leaders Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Leviathan Legal
Legacy Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Conspiracy: Take the Crown (CN2) Rare

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Stunt Double

Creature — Shapeshifter


You may have Stunt Double enter the battlefield as a copy of any creature on the the battlefield.

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Stunt Double Discussion

multimedia on Eminence Necromancers (Budget)

1 month ago

thejeffreyman, control as a main strategy with Inalla as Commander is much very different than what this deck is doing. That being said you have the right idea with Docent of Perfection  Flip. But to play this card and use it with control you want to play lots of low mana cost instants and sorceries especially dig/draw. Dig/Draw for two main reasons you have to first actually find/draw Docent. Then when you have Docent in play to use your mana more efficiently to make Wizard tokens while digging/drawing at the same time to find more instants/sorceries.

You'll want much more instants/sorceries than creatures. In a sense this conflicts with using Inalla as a Commander because her eminence is the most powerful ability and it requires creatures. Using Inalla mainly as a combo piece is fine because she's a combo piece in the Command Zone, you don't have to tutor/find her or worry about drawing her. I now see why you want to play Sundial of the Infinite because the more Wizard tokens you have the better Final Iteration is.

Cards that could be good with a control version of Inalla with a focus on Wizard tokens, which aren't played here. I don't know what your budget is so I'll suggest nonbudget cards as well as budget ones (in no order):

Clones seem good with Docent. Being able to clone it and then make even more tokens when you cast an instant or sorcery. Clones of Iteration also add more pump to Wizards giving Wizards +4 power with flying with two Interation is a lot. Cloning Docent however will not let you flip the clone of Docent into Iteration because Clones are not double sided cards. The only way to get a clone of Iteration is to actually clone Iteration after Docent flips into it. Clones are also very good with eminence because you don't have to choose to clone your own creature with the eminence copy token you can choose to clone an opponent's creature if you want.

Clones to consider that aren't played here:

Darksakul on Ninja Ninja Rap

1 month ago

You don't need Deceiver Exarch, Crafty Cutpurse or Stunt Double in the deck. I know it's an expensive card but Leyline of Anticipation is a better fit than Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir, The leyline is cheaper mana wise to cast and isn't going to draw the board hate Teferi will get.

Also consider a Rogue's Passage

Also 20 Basic lands is not going to cut it, you want about 32 to 40 lands (38 is the sweet spot) and another 8 accelerates, Enchantment, Artifacts, Sorceries, ect that gets more Ramp and or land draw.

Obbly2 on Crafting Eternities of card advantage

2 months ago


Thada Adel, Acquisitor

Realy wish to run in the deck, but protection is in extreme shortage

Nezahal, Primal Tide

Too heavy to play as often as I would like

Seasons Past

Due to heavy grave hate in my meta combined with the delve cards in the deck, is currently suboptimal

Stunt Double

Same as poor thada =,<




Dissipation Field


Elephant Grass




S1ydevi1 on Grixis Marchesa - Wherein Borrow Means Keep

3 months ago

Last night, I drew 6 cards off of Demonlord Belzenlok. 2 turns later, I Stunt Doubled at end of turn, copying my opponent’s Sidisi, Undead Vizier and fetched up Jokulhaups. I had Marchesa, Grenzo, Dungeon Warden, Sakashima the Impostor as a copy of Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet and Belzenlok, all with counters on them. That was enough to induce the scoop from my opponents. Jokulhaups is definitely a busted card with Marchesa.

Last_Laugh on Animar Bouncy

3 months ago

Pir, Imaginative Rascal and Tishana, Voice of Thunder both help the deck and are cheap $.

Also consider some of the better clones like Phantasmal Image, Phyrexian Metamorph, Clever Impersonator, Stunt Double, and Dack's Duplicate. The clones will be good now but great once you also get Great Whale/Palinchron in the deck.

I'd drop some of your less impactful/used morph creatures and colorless Eldrazi like endless one and conduit of ruin to make room and consider replacing Prime Speaker Zegana with Tishana.

precociousapprentice on Queen Marchesa: Politics, Aikido, and Control

3 months ago

Not to be too cheeky zjepsen, but if you are adding blue, Cyclonic Rift, various counterspells like Mana Drain and Cryptic Command, various Clone effcts especially like Stunt Double and Clever Impersonator, and steal effects like Control Magic and Bribery all top the list. Also check out Domineering Will, Energy Field with Rest in Peace, and especially Curse of Verbosity. Your list is pretty good, but I would not really be interested in Isperia, Supreme Judge. For that much mana you should either win the game of become immortal, not just provide a mild deterrent to attacking you. I would play Platinum Angel over it.

RobotCowhand, you should unpack that a bit. Grand Abolisher is awesome, and is a pretty frequent add when I am ditching a card for some reason. It has been in and out of the deck probably close to a dozen times. It is awesome against counterspells and permanent answers that have to be answered in the moment, but it can be played around, and I never feel like I have to have it to win, even if I feel safer when I have it. I frequently win at instant speed and on their turn, and when I don't it is pretty frequent that it is with non-Hasted creatures, so the only thing Grand Abolisher stops is counterspells. What situations do you find yourelf in that would require it over something else the deck has? What decks beat you, and how do they keep you from winning? How does Grand Abolisher stop that? I would love to learn about situations I don't really encounter.

Beebles on Silumgar's Vile Offering

4 months ago

Hey K1ngMars. Thanks for stopping by. Here is an answer to your question:

  • Some of the cards you mention are already in the deck ;). Clever Impersonator and Evil Twin.
  • The other cards I did consider but are not on my maybe list because I think the ones I did include are better. And I don’t have more spots for copy effects atm. If I wanted to add more I’d probably go for Stunt Double first.

I will have a look at the deck you listed for inspiration soon.

Thanks again for your comment!

mortilus on Once? Twice?! Thrice!!! [Naban Budget Wizards]

4 months ago

surprised that Naru Meha, Master Wizard didn't make it in. Her + commanderman + Ghostly Flicker (or equivalent) is essentially infinite ETB activations for any wizards you want:

  1. Have commanderman in play.
  2. Cast Ghostly Flicker (or whatever).
  3. Cast Naru.
  4. Copy Ghostly Flicker twice. Have one of the copies target Naru, leaving other 3 targets available (in addition to the original spell's targets).
  5. When Naru re-enters from her flicker, repeat the previous step until you tire of ETBs.
The only requirement is that she can't be a target of the original spell.

Also, Stunt Double might be nice - flash is always useful when you're relying on ETBs.

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