O_O My Wrath of God....this could turn the game on it's ear....

Discussion in 'General CPA Stuff' started by Golgari Thallid, Dec 2, 2006.

  1. Golgari Thallid Creature-Zombie Fungus

    This must be the single best combo (except for Stuffy Doll and Guilty Conscience) in the history of Magic.

    Panoptic Mirror + Glimpse the Unthinkable

    Panoptic Mirror allows you to Imprint an Instant or Sorcery. Then, at the beginning of your upkeep, you can play a copy of that Instant or Sorcery without paying it's mana cost.

    Glimpse the Unthinkable puts the top 10 cards of your opponent's library into their graveyard.

    Do the math. 6 turns=60 cards. That's a deck out. And thats providing the mirror was able to be played on the first turn and the Glimpse Imprinted onto it.

    In perfect conditions, if you went first, your opponent, assuming they draw no extra cards, would be at 47 cards when you had the Glimpse Imprinted. That means that it is now 5 turns until they deck out. And that's not even counting the other spells to speed up the process you might have. (This is assuming you're playing someone with a 60 card deck of course) But seriously, it would give your opponent that "the clock is ticking" sense. I need to get some Glimpse the Unthinkables.
  2. Nightstalkers Creature — Nightstalker

    Old news... already built a deck around here around the idea.
  3. Golgari Thallid Creature-Zombie Fungus

    Still, it's one heck of a combo. You're opponent might not even get anything out.
  4. Oversoul The Tentacled One

    This doesn't seem particularly good. It's alright, but there are a lot of more deadly combos with Panoptic Mirror. Gaea's Blessing shuts this down. Aggro decks will bring you down before they're decked out unless you have some solid defense against them. Control decks will have some way to get rid of the Panoptic Mirror unless you can fight that as well. This deck would need more than just the speed to put its combo out early on. It would need to either hit the opponent with something else that complements this strategy or it would need to control the game until the opponent is decked...

    It has potential to be a fun casual deck, but it certainly isn't going to turn the game on its ear.

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