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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Highlander Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pauper Legal
Pauper Duel Commander Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Vintage Legal
Casual Legal
Custom Legal
Quest Magic Legal



Replicate (Blue) (When you play this spell, copy it for each time you paid its replicate cost. You may choose new targets for the copies.)

Tap target permanent.

Dot8911 on Toxic torts

1 month ago

Looks like fun! I think this deck could really use a Thrummingbird. Also check out the good ol' infect staples Glistener Elf and Blighted Agent.

I'm not sure this deck really wants the board sweepers especially since your commander puts shield counters on your opponent's stuff. Maybe something like Gigadrowse or Turnabout would be more synergistic.

lagotripha on RW blitz

1 year ago

Test Ground Rift as lumimancer counts copies - can represent a lot of damage in 1 turn. Similar logic might bring Shattering Spree into sideboard tech.

My janky ass is trying to figure out Gigadrowse / Clever Lumimancer as a transformative sideboard for taking turns.

dragonstryke58 on Trinisphere vs. Replicate

1 year ago

Just a small nitpick:

No player has priority during the Untap Step, so no spells can be cast or abilities can be activated during that time. The soonest you would be able to cast a Gigadrowse to tap the lands your opponent untapped would be during the Upkeep Step after your opponent has passed priority.

Comprehensive Rules:

502.3. No player receives priority during the untap step, so no spells can be cast or resolve and no abilities can be activated or resolve. Any ability that triggers during this step will be held until the next time a player would receive priority, which is usually during the upkeep step.

Polaris on Trinisphere vs. Replicate

1 year ago

Okay, this is a little odd because of the way Trinisphere looks at costs. Usually, things go by converted mana cost (as of Strixhaven, mana value), which is the total value of the mana symbols. Trinisphere, however, takes the total amount of mana spent to cast the spell and makes sure that number is at least 3. This includes things like kicker and replicate costs, so you can add those into the amount Trinisphere sees.

Replicate is an ability of the spell that allows you to pay an additional cost. It's not casting another spell, so Trinisphere won't tax it—pretty much the opposite, in fact. Here's how much it will cost to cast Gigadrowse with Trinisphere in play:

  • Cast with no replication:
  • Cast with 1 replicate:
  • Cast with 2 replicate:
  • Cast with 3 replicate:

And so on.

Icbrgr on Trinisphere vs. Replicate

1 year ago


  • Trinisphere is on the battlefield and I have mana available to me and pass the turn to my opponent.

  • In response to the end of my opponents draw/untap beginning phase; I cast Gigadrowse to all of his/her lands.


How much mana do I need to initially cast Gigadrowse; and how much mana is needed to copy the spell each time beyond the first?

Coward_Token on Kaldheim official spoilers

1 year ago

Orvar, the All-Form: No doubt some combos to be had here, just mind that you're just getting one copy per spell, no matter how many it targets. No dice with Gigadrowse since you're not casting the copied spells. Spells that get bounced back by Krark, the Thumbless still trigger. Also, it doesn't just work with creatures!

Runeforge Champion: This along with Runed Crown makes me doubt they'll ever be able to go too far with Runes. Also, (narrow) mana fixing in .

ironmindraph on Kalamazoo, The One Punch Man

1 year ago

Yeah, I should try Gigadrowse this looks pretty interesting!

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