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|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
Each other creature becomes a copy of target nonlegendary creature until end of turn.
4 days ago
I played a proxied copy of this deck running Sliver Overlord at my shop last night and had a blast! My buddy dropped Craterhoof Behemoth a turn after a major Avenger of Zendikar drop. I responded with Arachnogenesis to prevent his win. Next turn I played Mirrorweave and turned my 15 spiders into 98/98 hydras and smashed the board. This deck is fire! I'm going to try out Tiamat next time to see the difference and catch them off guard since they'll be looking for the Sliver O.
5 days ago
The rule quoted in the question you linked was 711.5, which has changed rule number to 712.5. With the addition of modal double-faced cards (MDFCs) they added the word "transforming" in two places to the rule. MDFCs can't transform and won't transform. If The Prismatic Bridge Flip is ever Flickered or Blinked Esika, God of the Tree Flip will enter the battlefield since DFC enter with their front face up by default when entering from a zone other than the stack. If the card is bounced you will get to cast it on whichever side you choose, just as if it were in your hand from any other way like drawing it or casting a Regrowth effect.
712.5 Only permanents represented by transforming double-faced cards can transform. (See rule 701.28, “Transform.”) If a spell or ability instructs a player to transform any permanent that isn’t represented by a transforming double-faced card, nothing happens.
712.10. A double-faced card put onto the battlefield from a zone other than the stack enters the battlefield with its front face up by default.
Hypothetically, if you could connive a way for a daybound card to be on the battlefield at night (cloning a daybound creature and waiting for it to become night for instance) and you cast Mirrorweave turning a transforming DFC into a copy of that creature, yes that creature would have to flip infinitely causing the game to end in a draw. This is convoluted enough that you are going to have to be trying to intentionally draw the game IMO, and there are easier ways.
6 days ago
Let's say I'm playing with The Prismatic Bridge Flip. Then, it gets transformed somehow (ex. Mirrorweave on a card with a transform/mutate ability). This would force it to transform, which is technically able to happen (I believe, correct me if I'm wrong). Then, some effect either bounces or flickers the card. Would I have Esika, God of the Tree Flip or The Prismatic Bridge Flip?
Also, what happens if you Mirrorweave a daybound card onto a transformable card during the night? Would it flip infinitely, due to it still being a copy (according to https://tappedout.net/mtg-questions/what-happens-when-a-dfc-card-copies-another-dfc-card-and-transforms/)?
2 months ago
Mirrorweave on the sideboard for boardwipes with the Peddler/Staticaster combo? Also works pretty well with Primordial Hydra to make everything else 0/0 on resolve.
I doubt it would be reliable or worth it in the mainboard, but a possible sideboard addition for longer games or hexproof/indestructible enemies would be Silverclad Ferocidons.
3 months ago
Bulldawg1310 Firstly the Collected Company should go, as it generally needs at least 24-25 creatures to be remotely reliable. I’d also suggest going down to 2-or-3 Cryptic Command as is not useful on any of the turns your playing a creature (it probably leaves you with too few mana). Remand also feels like its a card worth ditching as it does nothing to protect you from removal (it’s not going to stop someone just recasting their lightning bolt).
It’s probably going to take a lot of tinkering to get this running smoothly. Personally I think it might be easier trying to do this tactic using Mirrorweave. It would mean your creatures can potentially be having useful abilities before the combo resolves, and also gives you an option to assemble the numbers you need much quicker through token generation.
4 months ago
Artifact - Equipment
Equipped creature has Ward and has ", Sacrifice Mirrorweave Cloak: Change the target of target spell or ability to another target. Do this only if that spell or ability targeted equipped creature, or a permanent attached to it."
Yes, I am aware Mirrorweave is already a name for a card. Honestly, I just like the name far too much and I enjoy the idea of it telling of a cloak weaved together by mirrors that can reflect a spell.
The redirection ability could use some very serious R&D. You need to mention how you are changing the initial target, to a new target, but you must also target the spell itself - but you can only do this if that spell is targeting your own permanent.
It's truly a shame that we only have the one word for such a case. Would be nice if we had some diversity to play with.
How about a legendary Basilisk that somehow ties into the lore you all were crafting.
9 months ago
Yeah i think it’s going to be a really uphill battle trying to play this as a control deck. I’ve been thinking of some alternate ideas that i’ve put below for you to consider - note I haven’t played/built any of it so don’t assume I know anything here :)
The big issue I see with Persistent Petitioners is it takes ages to cast em, and it takes ages to draw enough of them to be relevant. One possible solution would be to mill yourself loads, and then bring a truckload of them into play all at once with the likes of Immortal Servitude or Patriarch's Bidding. The likes of Dakmor Salvage could be useful here in helping you achieve getting the 5 land you’d need for this, while Glimpse the Unthinkable can help fill your yard pre-reanimation, and help finish milling your opponent post-reanimation. The problem with this brew-concept is that it’s creating a LOT of different moving parts, which might make the deck too clumsy to operate effectively. I’d need to see/write a list to get my head around how viable this is.
my other idea, which feels stronger (in my head), would be to only run around 3ish Persistent Petitioners, and otherwise play the deck as a go-wide creature-token generating deck (you’ll prolly need to go Esper for this). The combo here would be to run Mirrorweave, which can immediately turn all your tokens into Persistent Petitioners and let you mill out the game for an easy win. But, if you haven’t drawn the Persistent Petitioners, Mirrorweave can still work great with your tokens, turning your opponents stuff into identically weak tokens and making their attacks/blocks super unfavourable.