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Posted By: poprockmonster (1/16/2013 7:38:39 AM)


Having Omniscience out and then reflecting Archaeomancer sounds pretty interesting.
Posted By: Memitim (1/20/2013 5:56:22 AM)


Blue green deck Idea- non standard
A bunch of cheap mana ramp creatures (Arbor Elves, Lanowyr Elves, Etc..), drop Garruk's Horde out. next turn drop Infinite reflection on garruks horde. You start dropping Copies of Garruks horde for one mana right off the top of your library.
Posted By: BrahmigSchrini (1/30/2013 5:09:33 PM)


It can be really funny with Ludevic's Abomination, Geralf's Mindcrusher, and Cryptoplasm.

I also had an encounter where I pulled a win out of my rear by putting this on my opponent's Firemane Avenger.
Posted By: Diachronos (4/14/2013 2:11:28 AM)


I just need to say Progenitor Mimic enchanted with this and Paradox Haze in play. What was your best creature? Well I got ten of those and next turn I'll have thirty+.
Posted By: Deckforge (4/17/2013 10:54:22 AM)


The one scenario where I've seen this used on anything but a Thragtusk involved putting it on a Stormtide Leviathan in a blue/white control deck. That pretty much was a win condition by that point.
Posted By: GhostCounselor (4/25/2013 7:48:13 AM)


trostani's summoner + this card + other creatures. I think a horde of knights, centaurs, and rhinos are going to be fun to run over your opponent with.
Posted By: mindedness (5/6/2013 1:11:19 AM)


if i understand this correctly then cast it on myr battlesphere. you get one battlesphere and 4 myr tokens. the 4 tokens become copies of the battlesphere. this would create infinite battlespheres.
Posted By: Silentshivers (6/3/2013 8:49:51 AM)


@Averyck According to the Innistrad FAQ, copy effects only care about the current face of the card.

711.3. Except for determining whether or not a permanent can transform, a spell, ability, or rule that needs information about a double-faced permanent sees only the information given by the face that's currently up.

So everything played while the Mayor was the Howlpack would become Howlpack Alphas that couldn't transform. Because of the wording of Infinite Reflections, everything else that was in play when this aura came into play would remain Mayors.

@ Silentshivers:
You appear to have missed the 'non-token creatures' part of the text.
Posted By: Keldane (6/15/2013 1:59:17 AM)


Y'know....I saw this card and didn't think much of it, probably because of its high cost.

But now that I actually read it...this could turn all your weak creatures into something seriously dangerous. "Nice 12/12 ooze you played; mind if I turn my creatures into an army of them?"

Might not be practical, but the shenanigans get at least a 4/5 in my book.
Posted By: DM3921 (6/21/2013 10:41:40 PM)