When an opponent's monster declares an attack: Destroy as many Attack Position monsters your opponent controls as possible, and if you do, take damage equal to half the combined original ATK of those destroyed monsters, then inflict damage to your opponent equal to the damage you took.
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Nov. 26, 2015
It's like the original Mirror Force and Ring of
Destruction put together. This could easily
deal 1000-3000 damage depending on how much the
opponent is swarming. In vein with Ring's
errata, you take the damage first. In the
event of both players having low life points, you
would lose the duel. If you have higher life
points than the opponent, you can win by attrition.
I guess this is what they would call a win-more
card, but it can effectively shut an opponent out
before they can recover. It's risky in the
sense that it's non-chainable and useless if your
life points are too low. Most of the time,
it's going to play like a regular Mirror Force,
which is a good but (in today's meta) unspectacular
As promised, you get a twofer today to end the
week, and the first card is a Trap, in Blazing
Mirror Force. We're starting to pile up the
Mirror Force variants, no? So you get
attacked, destroy as many attack position Monsters
your opponent controls as possible, we've heard that
before. But in addition, you take Damage equal
to half the combined total attack of the Monsters
you destroyed with this card. Then, your
opponent takes Damage equal to the Damage you took.
That makes this card fun, BUT
The Damage doesn't happen simultaneously, they
happen successively. I suppose this
could be a really bizarre way to end a game. I
thikn you get and keep one for the art for your
collection, but there is a great army of better and
more viable cards avialable, interesting as this one
Hello Pojo Fans,
Blazing Mirror Force has a double-edged style of
effect, however it can be even better than its
previous versions. Mass destruction of attack mode
monsters is always good, it's what “Mirror Force”
typically does. Then the errata Ring of Destruction
effect kicks in, doing damage to you, then your
opponent for half the combined ATK of every monster
destroyed. This won't hurt you as much as long as
you have more LP than your opponent. Not only that,
but if they know you are playing Blazing Mirror
Force they may be less inclined to attack if their
life points are low.
If you have ways to gain back your Life Points, this
cards “drawback” won't be a problem. This card may
be better than Mirror Force as it not only stops
your opponents monsters and destroys them, but also
can be a game-finishing card after the damage is
dealt. While it is useless if your Life Points are
so low that using it would cause defeat, those
situations are slim.
Until Next Time
Blazing Mirror Force is a Normal Trap Card. Ok
that's it. Happy Thanksgiving! Seriously, it's
really a choice between original and Storming. Why?
Blazing Mirror Force does what original does except
you take damage equal to half the combined original
attacks of everything your opponent had on the
field, and then the opponent takes the same damage.
I like that it doesn't target anything, but it is
easier to negate because Performage Damage Juggler
is being run at 3 in many competitive decks. Ring of
Destruction is chainable, but runs up against the
same problem. So for my money, Storming Mirror Force
is the better option.
Score: 2.5/5 I like the new theme of traps, just not
this one so much.
man. I want to like this card. I really, really do.
It's artwork is fantastic! But this effect is way,
way, WAY less beneficial than the original Mirror
Force. Yes, you're killing your opponent's ATK
position monsters, and yes he's also getting burned
for damage. But so are you, and that is never a good
thing! Unless you have a card that can counter your
own Burn effect, this is just not worth trying out.
I'm sorry, but there are better “kill all attackers”
cards out there.
Final Score: 2 / 5
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