During this turn, each time a card(s) is removed from play from your hand, your side of the field, and/or your Graveyard by the effect of an opponent's Effect Monster: ●If a card in your hand is removed from play, remove from play up to 2 random cards in your opponent's hand. ●If a card you control is removed from play, remove from play up to 2 cards your opponent controls. ●If a card in your Graveyard is removed from play, remove from play up to 2 cards in your opponent's Graveyard.
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3 is average.
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Date Reviewed - Dec. 27, 2010
Mirror of the Ice Barrier--a very interesting
Quickplay Magic card, with lots of printed text.
First, aren't the Ice Barrier cards more about
recycling or sending things to the Graveyard than
removing things? That being said, as this
doesn't directly tie in to any specific Ice Barrier
monster or card, it's playability goes up.
In short, when you activate this card, any place
your opponent tries to remove a card from, being
your Hand, Graveyard, or side of the Field, (via an
Effect Monster) you remove two cards from the place
in question. If it's Hand, you remove up to
two cards from their Hand.
If it's a card you control, you remove up to two
cards your opponent controls, and if it's from your
Graveyard, remove up to two cards from their
Graveyard. This can be quite the Tech card,
especially in Traditional, against something like
Chaos, if only being temporary. Removing cards
is fun, especially the more disruptive it is.
3/5 both Formats, for reasons listed above
In keeping with our wintery theme, we have Mirror of
the Ice Barrier. It’s a quick-play spell with a
Bible text effect. I won’t repeat it here, but
essentially, it allows you to remove your opponent’s
stuff from play when he/she attempts to remove your
stuff. Since it’s quick-play, you can use it on your
opponent’s turn, and I believe that if you chain
this card to a card that removes thingy, you will
get its effect, since the original card activates,
then Mirror is chained, Mirror resolves, the
original card resolves and your card(s) are removed,
which triggers the effect of the already played
Mirror. I’m not too sure, might want to get a ruling
on that. This card could be a potential side against
the odd D.D. deck, but its downfall is that it
doesn’t stop your stuff from getting removed. Also,
it only works if the removal is due to a monster
effect, which means it won’t work on things getting
removed by Crevice. All in all, not too special of a
Art: Want one for my bathroom
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