Repeated Reverberation

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Archenemy Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Planechase Legal
Quest Magic Legal
Vanguard Legal
Vintage Legal

Repeated Reverberation


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.

TheOfficialCreator on Counting Storms

6 months ago

Elvish Spirit Guide and Simian Spirit Guide are pretty budget mana acceleration cards. Lotus Petal also isn't a Mox, so it's decent. Murmuring Mystic as well is pretty good, and Ral, Storm Conduit is really strong with Repeated Reverberation.

RambIe on Best Rule 0 Commander

1 year ago

RNR_Gaming "RambIe - I actually think he's undervalued. "
sorry for the late response
back when it was popular in my meta i used to run Sarkhan Unbroken as my oathbreaker with Worldly Tutor or sometimes Repeated Reverberation as the signature spell. free tutor any creature to hand or draw 3 cards for 1 mana he always had value in the zone. my playgroup doesn't support rule 0, but if it did he would be my goto (ps i hate that they made him temur plainswalker he would have been the perfect commander for the jund windgrace precon while windgrace himself would have made more sense as a naya general)

DemonDragonJ on Why is WotC Changing How …

1 year 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?

Neotrup on Copy Repeated Reverberation

1 year 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).

Polaris on Copy Repeated Reverberation

1 year 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.

DemonDragonJ on Copy Repeated Reverberation

1 year 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?

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