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I'm confused why he's a 4/4. He doesn't seem to have the raw power and fortitude of say... a Dragon Broodmother.

He strikes me as a 2/2 tops.
Posted By: Mudbutt_on (7/16/2010 1:55:54 PM)


Though at first glance Mishra seems a nice way to double up on expensive artifacts and cheat them onto the field, his true strength lies in his ability to summon oodles of trinkets, pop em, and reuse them. I have a deck that utilizes his three colors and adds in white, its very casual, but if he sticks to the battlefield, my opponents have a hard time dealing, because he doubles up every answer that is searched out with Trinket Mage or Artificer's Intuition. Pyrite Spellbomb, Aether Spellbomb, Dispeller's Capsule, Executioner's Capsule, Wayfarer's Bauble, all start to enter and exit the battlefield in a flurry, due to their cheap cost and activation.
Posted By: Dynamic_Reversist (8/28/2010 4:22:40 PM)


Since I haven't seen the question answered here yet, I figure I may as well go ahead and do it. For the people wondering if you can go play all copies of each artifact whenever you play one, you can't. Why? Because it says search for A copy, meaning a single one. The wording simply means that you don't have to choose only one to search, and if you guessed wrong, be unable to find it elsewhere. Also, you are putting the copy into play, not casting it, and that is why the ability wouldn't repeat itself each time you find a copy.
Posted By: drp527 (10/30/2010 4:06:59 PM)


tumble magnet's and steel hellkites, here I come
Posted By: Ninjazilla (6/1/2011 9:18:03 PM)


Man.. Just imagine if edh wasn't singleton heh.:p
Posted By: raadface (6/10/2011 4:37:08 PM)


I wonder why Mishra was printed in Time Spiral? He should be dead by this point, yes? Is this an alternate Mishra?
Posted By: Max_Glycine (6/13/2011 1:25:24 AM)


if they made a mishra card why can't they make an urza card? :P
Posted By: Arachibutyrophobia (7/24/2011 5:19:06 PM)


This card is great, and cheap. And seems like he'd be an all star with the newer artifacts from Scars.

I'm thinking of using him in a deck with Rage Extractor, seems like 2 feature cards to build around.

But damn this thing would have been broken if that {R} was {W}. All the Esper jazz would have come into play, and then Tempered Steel to top it off. Still fairly crazy if it has a supporting deck around it.
Posted By: SeiberTross (8/19/2011 8:57:25 AM)


I know its silly, but you can pull out two Myr Galvanizers with him. Sure makes that combo almost doable
Posted By: Kryptnyt (9/20/2011 1:32:20 AM)


@ Kyuuketsukiou: you can't know if he is going to be a planeswalker or not, you don't write the storylines. I know your comment is old, but reading it seems out of place. Karn became a planeswalker, so i can only imagine WotC can make whatever character they want into a planeswalker. Mishra SHOULD be a planeswalker, just on story alone, if not for being the "OG" planeswalker's bro. All hail Mishra!
Posted By: Nevermoore (1/15/2012 5:29:44 PM)