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I was mindslaver'd in EDH once, I would have lost due to the guy making me sac my plat angel (i was -12 life), but i saved myself by transmuting a memite into a mindslaver, and then sacing it to mindslave MYSELF to retain control of my turn all at instant speed.
yes, you can counter mindslaver by mindslaving yourself.
mindslaver ftw.
Posted By: Azrael1911 (2/9/2011 10:40:15 PM)


Wait, if the opponent you took control of had a Sundial of the Infinite out, would that work the way I think it would? If it did, then holy storm crow... That would be wild.
Posted By: MrBrightsideX11 (12/27/2013 2:44:41 PM)


read the errata, you can't make them quit, but it seems like black players are especially suseptible to this spell, as they often have the option to make themselves lose or at least kill all their own stuff.
Posted By: supershawn (3/7/2011 7:37:37 PM)


I love this card, I have so many awesome stories with it. Perhaps my favourite story is once when I had nothing in hand or on the board besides Mindslaver, and my UW Caw-blade opponent had Stoneforge Mystic with SoFaF attached, Sun Titan, Squadron Hawk, and JTMS with 2 loyalty, plus 8 lands including Inkmoth Nexus and Tectonic Edge and 2 cards in hand. I Mindslaver him, he has 2 lands in hand and drew a third land. I use Jace to unsummon Stoneforge Mystic, replay it and fetch Mortarpod, play Mortarpod and sacrifice the Germ token targeting JTMS, equip Mortarpod to Sun Titan and sacrifice to kill Squadron Hawk, and equip Mortarpod to Stoneforge Mystic and sacrifice pinging him for 1. Ultimately the only thing I didn't get to do was sacrifice his Tectonic Edge to destroy his Inkmoth Nexus, but I destroyed everything else on his board pretty handily and ended up winning the topdeck war. It just makes you feel awesome when you take their turn and destroy their entire board position.
Posted By: Henrietta (5/1/2011 6:48:47 AM)


Does this mean you can make your opponent surrender? :)
Posted By: Yossome (12/5/2010 9:59:53 AM)


Great stuff, even if the odd happens and you can do nothing at all with your opponent's turn, you'lll get 2 turns for yourself, since you can tap out all his lands. If this doesn't give you the advantage, your opponent must have a prety strong deck.
Posted By: Sironos (10/10/2010 6:50:34 AM)


Problem, Sorin?
Posted By: Anggul (9/26/2011 11:46:24 PM)


"I'll activate Mindslaver's ability! Let's see what's in your hand..."
*Sees four Storm Crows*
"I... I concede."
Posted By: Kaizeischi (6/1/2011 12:24:09 PM)


Of all the cards they could have reprinted from the first go-round, I didn't expect to see this one again. :) Nice surprise.
Posted By: Lord_Gravesmythe (9/26/2010 12:31:24 AM)


Now they know why Sorin Markov is so dangerous....
Posted By: SorianSadaskan (9/27/2010 6:49:23 AM)