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I twincast your twincast when you twincast my twincast.
Posted By: pigknight (1/20/2010 4:12:48 PM)


im liking using this on whatever my opponent throws at me... like plow under
Posted By: inmypants22 (8/24/2009 9:17:51 PM)


Twincast your opponents Harrow - you don't need to pay the sac land cost for the copy :)

Aaaand, if you happen to have another twincast in your hand, after your copy resolves and you've plopped two more islands down, you could possibly have 6 land on turn 3 thanks to your opponents ramp!
Posted By: mflanaga (4/21/2010 2:25:35 PM)


A good, fun card. The best thing about this card is it can be used on either your spells, or your opponent's spells.
Posted By: sir_dwar (8/18/2009 10:35:24 AM)


My Favorite = Critical moment, I cast Hindering Light and my opponent Twin Casts the Hindering Light, thinking they stopped me :).
Posted By: CharlieB1979 (2/28/2010 7:28:22 AM)


awesome awesome awesome card, banefire may not be preventable, or counterable, but you can stick a fork in it, you can also redirect it, and remove it and bounce it, banefire is strong, but not unstopable

T3hPwnographer: you are right, Branching bolt is still on the stack, you could cast spell pierce then twincast, and use 2 counter spells on 1 spell, 1 hits it, the other either gets paid for, or fizzles cause the spell it targeted is no longer there to counter

now, if spell pierce has resolved, and failed, you could not twin cast it

you can choose any spell on the stack to counter, not the top, and if I am wrong, let me know, but as far as I know, you can target any spell on the stack to counter

where you were wrong is in casting spell pierce with him having 2 mana open, and on top of that, you didnt twincast his bolt, maybe he didnt have anything worth twincasting back at, but still, you could have bolted a flier and a grounder on their side
Posted By: Dingo777 (2/4/2010 8:17:30 PM)


Twincasting on timewarp seems like fun, only a total mana cost of 7 for 3 consecutive turns? Worth it especially if your opponent has tapped creatures.
Posted By: BeRad (3/28/2010 2:35:22 PM)


Fun in a blue/black mill deck. Oh I'm just gonna twincast Glimpse the Unthinkable once and there goes the top 20 cards for 4 mana. Maybe throw in some Brain Freeze, Mind Funeral, Tome Scour for maximum cheapness. You could also throw Twincast on an Isochron Scepter to copy your mill spells all day long. Some Hedron Crabs to pick off free cards every time you play a land wouldn't be a bad idea either.
Posted By: Revelation666 (6/16/2010 5:20:40 AM)


I'm going to miss Twincast in M11. It's been fun doubling my Time Warps and Mind Funerals.
Posted By: Demonic_Angel13 (6/20/2010 3:50:03 PM)


@Sheildman it copies the spell as it is on the stack so, yes, the copy would be kicked.
Posted By: bram-s-wallace (6/14/2010 10:32:58 AM)


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