Soul Mirror is a 7 Mana Cost Legendary Priest Spell card from the Ashes of Outland set!
Summon copies of enemy minions. They attack their copies.
Flavor TextIt’s a doppelgang-war!
- Mana Cost: 7
- Crafting Cost: 1600 / 3200 (Golden)
- Arcane Dust Gained: 400 / 1600 (Golden)
- Rarity: Legendary
- Class: Priest
- Card Type: Spell
- School: Shadow
- Set: Ashes of Outland
- Mechanics: Copy Minion, Summon
What people have ignored is the fact that this gives you a copy of the deathrattle effects as well(if any) Plus, even if the minions don’t kill each other, you now have the same board presence as your opponent, which is a very good tempo swing considering the fact that most of the times Priest is the control player. At worst, it’s a more expensive mass hysteria against aggro. A decent 3.5 or 4 stars for me.
Mass Hysteria is Back. Kinda. It’s still Competitive enough to use. 4 Stars.
It’s a nice board clear card that will likely be used by a more tempo based priest like galakrond. It can do poorly with res but again galakrond priest can give crappy minions as well. Overall it’s an interesting card especially if opponent has special minions on the board like the new deathrattles.
Funny thing is that you usually wanna get rid of aggressive minions and want to keep utility minions – which tend to have higher toughness than power, usually.
So, the card saves your ass when you’re behind and evens value against slower opponents.
I like it.
Blizzards way of telling us not to play res priest.
A lot worse than Mass Hysteria, which is a good or bad thing depending on whether or hate or love Priest. Costs 2 Mana more, doesn’t kill minions whose health is higher than their attack, and messes with your res pool. You DO get to sometimes take advantage of lifesteal, deathrattle, and end-of-turn effects, and you do get to keep any minions that survive for next turn. But by T7 you’re often in a situation where you need to stave off lethal, and this won’t always help with that.
But most importantly I think this won’t see play as long as Mass Ressurrect exists.