Esix, Fractal Bloom

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Vintage Legal

Esix, Fractal Bloom

Legendary Creature — Fractal

Flying

The first time you would create one or more tokens during each of your turns, you may instead choose a creature other than Esix, Fractal Bloom and create that many tokens that are copies of that creature.

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MurficWPN on Koma, Cosmos Serpent - Clones

1 week ago

seshiro_of_the_orochi I've considered all of the cards at one point or another but felt that since all three only give me one additional token a turn they didn't quite do enough. Esix, Fractal Bloom might be worth it to copy one of the non-legendary copies of Koma or something of my opponents but that's very situational and this deck mostly wants to stick to its own plan. If I had more upkeep triggers I'd definitely consider Paradox Haze & Sphinx of the Second Sun.

seshiro_of_the_orochi on Koma, Cosmos Serpent - Clones

1 week ago

I see Adrix and Nev and Spawning Kraken in your maybeboard. Might I suggest also considering Paradox Haze, Sphinx of the Second Sun and Esix, Fractal Bloom?

iammute on Find Mystic Reflection.dec

1 month ago

Esix, Fractal Bloom seems great here as repeatable Mystic Reflection.

Am currently building Tana/Saka elves with Esix as hidden Commander. Hoping to replace the saproling tokens with elf lords to help Tana make more tokens to turn into elf lords.

9-lives on Esix, Fractal Bloom and tokens

1 month ago

How does Esix, Fractal Bloom work? Do I choose any card I have in my hand or on the battlefield for it to target and turn those tokens into? I don't quite understand the ruling on the card's ability.

TypicalTimmy on Card creation challenge

5 months ago

Aliena, Spiritual Guide

Legendary Planeswalker - Aliena

When Aliena, Spiritual Guide enters the battlefield, destroy all creatures.

+2 Mill five. You may cast a creature spell from your graveyard until end of turn. It becomes a Spirit in addition to it's other types.

-X You may cast any number of target creature spells from all graveyards with total mana value X or less and spend any color mana to cast them. They are Spirits in addition to their other types.

-12 Make a token copy of each creature in each players graveyard. They are Spirits in addition to their other types. Then, you gain life and each opponent loses life equal to the number of Spirits you control.

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Going off of Strixhaven, we have Esix, Fractal Bloom.

Your challenge is to add one more color and make a Fractal Wall creature.

Yesterday on I have Esix and Ganax …

6 months ago

In your first example, if you go to create a Miirym, Sentinel Wyrm token copy of Ganax, Astral Hunter but replace the creation with another Ganax through Esix, Fractal Bloom, the new token copy of Ganax will be legendary, because the "except it isn't legendary" clause was part of the replaced effect, yes.

I wouldn't mind someone else confirming that part though, I'm beginning to doubt myself now.

With only those things on board, it's functionally the same outcome for replacement effects in the second scenario. There won't be a nonlegendary token copy for Esix to choose to have the Treasure become a copy of. Esix only becomes quite valuable in this scenario after you've already created a nonlegendary token copy of a legendary creature via Miirym, or otherwise have a good nonlegendary creature to copy.

In your follow-up, you would actually only get three Treasures. The OG Ganax sees itself and its token copy Enter The Battlefield, but the token copy was created after the OG already entered and wasn't around to have seen the OG ETB.

TypicalTimmy on I have Esix and Ganax …

6 months ago

Playtesting my new deck. I have Miirym, Sentinel Wyrm online and I have Esix, Fractal Bloom out as well. I just cast, and resolved, Ganax, Astral Hunter.

I have not, yet, created any tokens this turn for Exis to change.

When Ganax enters the battlefield, several triggers all go off at once. Not in any specific order, and merely stating what is going on, we have the following:

Now, depending on how I resolve these, Esix, Fractal Bloom kicks on. If I create a token copy of Ganax first using Miirym's ability, than Esix would see this non-token copy of Ganax and can turn it into anything else. If I make the non-token copy of Ganax a token copy of Miirym, it would become a legendary token copy and thus state based actions occur, correct?

So in order to prevent that, I'd want Ganax, Astral Hunter to resolve first? I'd get a treasure token. But now the treasure token can become a copy of either Ganax or Miirym, again subjecting them to the state based actions.

So, in this particular example, Esix can't really do anything valuable here, correct?


Followup question:

Once Ganax, Astral Hunter is copied with Miirym, Sentinel Wyrm, I would get a total of 4 treasure tokens - correct? One for OG Ganax, one for Token Ganax, and then OG sees the token, and the token sees OG, thereby giving me 2 more treasure tokens, yes?

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