Glasspool Mimic

Creature — Shapeshifter Rogue

You may have Glasspool Mimic enter the battlefield as a copy of a creature you control, except it's a Shapeshifter Rogue in addition to its other types.

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Glasspool Mimic Discussion

amicdeep on Azorious Soulherder except I have no money

1 month ago

may be worth playing Professor of Symbology and a few lesson card in sb. its a pretty budget package and effective.

if your running flicker wisp then a couple Glasspool Mimic  Flip may also be worth running

Restoration Angel is currently around $1.

Watcher for Tomorrow and another solid wall of omens effect.

Yorion, Sky Nomad as a companion is probably also a good call.

some other good budget options.

regular Elite Guardmage, Epochrasite, Faerie Seer, Reflector Mage, Sagu Mauler, Akroma, Angel of Fury

curve toppers Angel of Sanctions, Cloudblazer, Dream Eater,

Lavinia of the Tenth makes a lock with soulherder

KBK7101 on Cracking the Ice (Commander Rule 0)

1 month ago

^That's exactly what the Rule 0 hub on this site is for, though.

Deck looks great, though! Love the idea of Marit Lage as a commander. My only recommendation is Glasspool Mimic  Flip in case you want another clone. It could also be a land in an emergency.

Oof_Magic on Azorius Spirits - Modern

1 month ago

I would give Glasspool Mimic  Flip a try. Obviously it’s great for copying lords but being able to copy Spell Queller and Skyclave Apparition gives you a lot of flexibility between interaction and aggression. Between Vial and Glasspool Shore  Flip, you can stretch your land slots.

Epicurus on I don't run any wincons

2 months ago

I like this theme. There's a few of my favorite additions missing from your list, though, so I'll just drop them here...

Also, Telemin Performance is a card I really wish was good, and tend to run it even though it isn't, and Knowledge Exploitation is one of my absolute favorites, but probably wouldn't work for you because you don't have nearly enough Rogues to cast it for its prowl cost.

Furthermore, I've seen in the comments that you don't like to run cards that steal stuff because it makes hurt feels, but it's worth mentioning that Treachery is, in my opinion, seriously undervalued.

I'm not good at suggesting cuts, but just wanted to enter my two cents. Cheers!

lagotripha on Heartless Kiki

4 months ago

I actually took the deck apart a while ago to run the Myr Retriever combo variant (which got a lot of support in Goblin Engineer ). If I wanted to build it again, I'd update the creature choices a lot - likely running blue for Glasspool Mimic  Flip.

Guerric on Gadwick and Mimic

5 months ago

Omniscience_is_life is correct as usual! While Gadwick, the Wizened does have innate power and toughness unlike many x-spell creatures, copying him would do no good as the legend rule would just force us to sacrifice him, so it would be a totally dead play. On the other hand, if we had Spark Double instead of Glasspool Mimic  Flip, another copy of him would be useful as we could still use his second ability to tap down our opponents creatures when we cast blue spells.

Omniscience_is_life on Gadwick and Mimic

6 months ago

Your assumption is correct. X is part of the cost of casting the spell, and since Glasspool Mimic  Flip has already entered the battlefield with full costs paid it does not allow you to pay for X.

You can link to cards as I did above by doing something like this:

[[Gadwick, the Wizened]]

Which becomes Gadwick, the Wizened

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