When you cast your next instant or sorcery spell or activate your next loyalty ability this turn, copy that spell or ability twice. You may choose new targets for the copies.
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Repeated Reverberation Discussion
1 month ago
In the past, cards that copied instants or sorceries would read "copy target instant or sorcery spell" (i.e., Twincast or Reverberate), but, recently, WotC has been printing cards that instead read "when you cast your next instant or sorcery spell this turn, copy that spell" (i.e., Teach by Example, Repeated Reverberation, or the new galvanic iteration), which may not seem to be a major difference, but it is, because, with the first method, a player could cast a spell and then cast the copier, but, with the second method, a player must first cast the copier and then cast the spell to be copied, and I do not like that, as it seems to be a pointless change.
What does everyone else say about this? Why is WotC changing how copying spells works?
2 months ago
Note that copying Repeated Reverberation with Reverberate is the same as casting Repeated Reverberation, then immediately casting a second one before it resolves (maybe you have a Hypersonic Dragon. If instead you cast Repeated Reverberation, let it resolve, and then cast a second one, you'll end up with 2 copies of Repeated Reverberation in addition to the real one, meaning the next instant or sorcery you cast will be copied six times (2+2+2).
2 months ago
Yes, it will have the same effect. Repeated Reverberation won't apply until it resolves, so you'll copy it, resolve the copy, resolve the original, and then when you cast the next instant or sorcery that turn, both effects will trigger and copy it four (2+2) times.
2 months ago
If a player casts Repeated Reverberation and then copies it (such as with Reverberate, for example), will that have the same effect as casting two copies of Repeated Reverberation? How many time will the next instant or sorcery spell that they cast be copied?
3 months ago
- Curse of Opulence
- Price of Progress
- Repeated Reverberation
- Magma Jet
- Star of Extinction
- Ruby Medallion
- Blood Moon
- Koth of the Hammer
- Chandra, Fire Artisan
- Dualcaster Mage
- Magus of the Wheel
- Magmatic Sinkhole
- Extraplanar Lens
Specific hate - Red Elemental Blast
6 months ago
8 months ago
Non-spell effects should be replaced with spell effects, as the latter trigger off krark. I'm referring to taking out cards like Whirlpool Warrior and Geistblast , swapping with Reforge the Soul and Twincast or Repeated Reverberation
Jeska's Will impulse draw will help you in your storm turns, and with Krark, you can even turn the impulse draw into real draw by returning the spell to hand!
On that note, you may consider Birgi, God of Storytelling Flip. I've made a storm deck with her and either side are valuable for storm turns, either because they provide mana or because of the card draw.
I saw Sakashima of a Thousand Faces in your sideboard. You should add it in. With Krark and Krark Thumb, you have a high chance to BOTH copy and return the spell to your hand, leading to insane logistical nightmares but a definite win.
As for wincons, I would remove Ignite Memories , at 5cc, it is tight on mana and for non-storm turns, its a dead card. I would rather Lightning Bolt infinitely copied or Grapeshot as these two also serve as spot removal in the early turns.
For Recursion, Bala Ged Recovery is a good MDFC that I'm always happy to have in my hand at any point of the game.
In terms of general gameplan, I think simple cantrips may be required to smooth out draws. I would lean onto the red ones like Faithless Looting for effciency and 2nd use, Thrill of Possibility for instant speed, Cathartic Reunion for 3x draw, especially if copied.
I've always tried to brew Kydele but there's the limitation of colorless mana as well as needing to give haste. Hall of the Bandit Lord and Expedite should help here, the latter also acting as a cantrip anyway.
1 year ago
DragonSliver9001, it is unfortunate that Repeated Reverberation cannot be put into an EDH deck that has Atraxa, Praetors' Voice as the general, but I suppose that such an effect would be far too powerful, given that she can cause planeswalkers to reach sufficient loyalty to produce their emblems with frightening swiftness.