Mirror March

Mirror March

Enchantment

Whenever a nontoken creature enters the battlefield under your control, flip a coin until you lose a flip. For each flip you won, create a token that's a copy of that creature. Those tokens gain haste. Exile them at the beginning of the next end step.

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Mirror March Discussion

IHATENAMES on Rionya, Finance Dancer

1 month ago

Cards that I'd suggest that I had or have in a simular deck based around Zada, Hedron Grinder.

Cheaper decent options is Hate Mirage Sudden Breakthrough Seize the Storm

Cards that I'd you want to up the budget they can be very impactful Past in Flames Manaform HellkiteMirror March Mana Geyser

Pashalik Mons(pashalik mons instantly dies when copied but all the copies see each other so you get get ton of death triggers)

Other general goodstuff that may just be cute idk. Twinflame Heat Shimmer and maybe Sundial of the Infinite

RambIe on Advice For Olivia CMDR

2 months ago

I think Olivia, Crimson Bride has the potential for competitive 1v1 if you pack some serous rocks, and optimized level in pod games

good rakdos functions that would support her
Etb Creatures like: Rune-Scarred Demon & Terror of the Peaks
Extra ETB: Molten Echoes & Mirror March
Direct Damage:Flayer of the Hatebound & Syr Konrad, the Grim
Dredge: Shenanigans & Necroplasm
Extra card: Sin Prodder & Dark Confidant
Recursion: Charmbreaker Devils & Sheoldred, Whispering One
Extra Combat: Port Razer & Breath of Fury
Load GY: Burning-Rune Demon & Shifting Shadow
Infect: Ogre Menial & Skithiryx, the Blight Dragon
Big Ouch: Ebonblade Reaper & Malignus

lucksterluke16 on Flipping the Odds - A Coin Flip Story

4 months ago

I'm sure you probably looked up every coin flip card already but here are a few I don't see in your list in case you missed them:

  • Karplusan Minotaur - Cumulative upkeep means on each of your upkeeps its one extra flip (so 1 flip on the 1st upkeep, 2 flips on the 2nd, etc) so this can get you a ton of coin flips pretty easily.

  • Scoria Wurm - Not that exciting, but its a cheap threat that you could hopefully keep alive longer with Krark's Thumb

  • Mirror March - This can get out of hand really quickly, and there's basically no downside to losing flips

  • Yusri, Fortune's Flame - Designed to be a commander, but it's a solid card to include in the 99 as well

  • Goblin Traprunner - Tons of easy flips with no downsides

  • Squee's Revenge - Can be a huge card draw

  • Planar Chaos - This one can be a bit annoying and might only be good if you also have Krark's Thumb, but it lets you play more controlling

  • Krark, the Thumbless - Similar to Planar Chaos, use at your own risk

  • Frenetic Efreet and Frenetic Sliver - A single card that lets you flip as many coins as you want (you can activate the ability as many times as you want before you let any of the activations resolve, and then even if he dies you still flip all the coins)

  • Puppet's Verdict - A sweeper that let's you control what to kill if you can manipulate the flip

As for other cards that I think could fit the strategy of the deck, I would focus on ways to multiply your other effects (extra upkeep steps, copying your permanents, doubling your abilities, etc). Here's some ideas:

Other random things:

FalconForce on Staring Contest: A List of Blink-Effect Cards

5 months ago

Nightmare Shepherd is one of the best as it adds a lot of functionality with no upfront cost and allows you to exploit sacrifice mechanics like evoke. Creating token clones with etb/ltb can easily become overpowered, especially when combined with populate. In fact I built a great ETB Roon EDH deck around it using cards like Yosei, the Morning Star, Protean Hulk and Wayfaring Temples that clone themselves. Token clone generation is amazing because it's essentially ETB blinking as a side effect. You have some cards that do it already listed under abuse but I think the mechanic is good enough and has enough viable cards that it might be worth making a new category for it.

Token clone makers

Stolen Identity Blade of Selves Mirror Mockery Zndrsplt's Judgment Repudiate / Replicate Hour of Eternity Supplant Form Dance of Many Minion Reflector Bramble Sovereign Progenitor Mimic Anointed Procession Quasiduplicate Rhys the Redeemed Back from the Brink Dual Nature Mimic Vat Rite of Replication Song of the Worldsoul Helm of the Host Doubling Season Parallel Lives Battle for Bretagard Mechanized Production Orvar, the All-Form Prototype Portal Saheeli, the Gifted Saheeli's Artistry Seance Second Harvest Soul Foundry Spitting Image Splinter Twin Replication Technique Saheeli Rai Mirror March Mirrorworks Molten Echoes Mythos of Illuna Sublime Epiphany Flamerush Rider Felhide Spiritbinder Littjara Mirrorlake God-Pharaoh's Gift Hofri Ghostforge Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker Followed Footsteps Nightmare Shepherd Osgir, the Reconstructor Echo Storm Cackling Counterpart Esika's Chariot Feldon of the Third Path Flameshadow Conjuring Trickster's Talisman & of course anything with populate.

Also some other blink type cards:

Blink-Yorion, Sky Nomad Conditional bounce- Cunning Evasion ETB clone- Wall of Stolen Identity Graveyard blink- Cauldron of Souls, Twilight Shepherd, Adarkar Valkyrie ETB Abuse- Jalira, Master Polymorphist, Proteus Staff, Master Transmuter. Listing the ones that specifically clone or blink artifacts in their own group might be helpful too.

Cheesysurvivor5 on Hydra as tokens

7 months ago

I created a WRG token deck and I have 3 Hydras in it. I've done a few playtesting with it and I'm not sure how some cards work. Like with Mirror March where I create a token if I win the coin toss, and I create 3 Hydras. Do they gain the same power and toughness as the original or no?

Cheesysurvivor5 on None

7 months ago

I created a WRG token deck and I have 3 Hydras in it. I've done a few playtesting with it and I'm not sure how some cards work. Like with Mirror March where I create a token if I win the coin toss, and I create 3 Hydras. Do they gain the same power and toughness as the original or no?

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