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I've seen too many comments with mistakes in their combos. And also no one is thinking in real evilness. Play this card with:
Phylactery Lich: Opponent's creature will die and you'll have some good 5/5 creatures.
Plague Spitter: It's like a party of exploding penguins.
Dandân: Attack with your creatures, before blockers are declared play the Morrorweave targeting Dandân. If your opponent is not playing blue, you did it...
Drooling Ogre: Then play an artifact and get all creatures in play.
And obviously and not surprising; Nemesis of Reason
Posted By: ivanescalante (11/9/2010 10:13:09 AM)


Graft decks love this because they have +1/+1 counters and you don't.

If you want sheer hilarity though, try Scrambleverse followed by this targeting Bronze Bombshell.
Posted By: LordRandomness (12/18/2011 10:03:53 PM)


STEP 1: Play creatures.
STEP 2: Play Glorious Anthem and/or Gaea's Anthem.
STEP 3: Play Force of Savagery.
STEP 4: Play Mirrorweave.
STEP 5: ??????
Posted By: OneFishTwoFish (12/17/2011 12:38:23 AM)


I love the creativity involved with this card. Truly endless possibilities and a delightful thought exercise to deduce what would happen when you play it on this or that creature.

It would go well in a deck with modular or graft; not only could you make all creatures 0/0, but the +1/+1 counters would give you stronger versions of the copied creature. For instance, you could make everything a blighted agent; some of your creatures would be 1/1, but you'd probably still have at least one unblockable 5/5 infect.
Posted By: MisterAction (7/6/2011 1:45:56 AM)


@NARFNra: Simply put, the original Mirrorweave (targeting Ink-Treader Nephilim) is the last one to resolve, so everything will be a copy of the last creature targeted (because its copy will be the first to resolve).

@okfs87_7: If the last creature targeted is another Ink-Treader Nephilim, it's not that big of a deal. Since only spells that are cast are copied by its ability, it won't further copy those copies. Otherwise, any single-target spell would cause an infinite loop with just a Clone.

@ratrase & OneFishTwoFish: Groundbreaker is very similar to both Force of Savagery and Ball Lightning, and I'd wager that it's easier to generate 2White or BlueWhite or BlueGreenGreenGreen than either 2White or BlueWhite or BlueRedRedRed or all the cards required to make the Force of Savagery combo work. Then add Endless Whispers for the lulz.
Posted By: Ragamander (1/16/2012 12:02:26 AM)


You guys are making this too complicated.
Hero of Bladehold, or, for the economy version: Accorder Paladin.
Say you have 5 creatures. Doesn't matter, 0/1 plant tokens, eldrazi spawn, Sage of Epityr, doesn't matter. At least one is Accorder paladin, though.
Slap this down. and swing for a total of 35 damage, dealt in the form of 7/1.
IF you use Hero of Bladehold instead (a bit slower, but immensely more lethal), with those same 5 creatures down, you end up with a grand total of (whips out calculator)...
95 damage dealt by 5 7/4s, and 10 5/1s.
Not bad for something you can do, without too much of a stretch, or any ramp, on turn 5.
Posted By: NoobOfLore (2/24/2012 11:09:59 PM)


There is nothing that is not hilarious about this card.
Posted By: Hepatizon (9/23/2013 12:13:34 AM)


I'm suprised noone have mentioned Ball Lightning yet. Your opponent will only be able to block for 1/6 of the damage you dfeal and at the end of the turn all creatures will die, so he will be unable to retaliate (if he is still alive).
Posted By: ratrase (11/12/2010 7:39:53 PM)


Mirrorweave on an Contested War Zone that's been man-landed by Nature's Revolt, right when your opponent has let something get through unblocked. Think about it...
Posted By: Lavrant (4/9/2011 7:52:49 PM)


target time elemental on your opponent's turn with a gideon jura to force attackers. it'll not only be a one sided board wipe but they will take 5 damage per creature as well, quite likely losing the game.
Posted By: jsttu (4/26/2011 10:23:11 PM)


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