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Daring Apprentice [Mirage]
$0.50
Set: Mirage Type: Creature — Human Wizard Rarity: Rare Cost: {1}{U}{U} {T}, Sacrifice Daring Apprentice: Counter target spell. In front of every great wizard is a doomed apprentice.
Hammer of Bogardan [Mirage]
$0.80
Set: Mirage Type: Sorcery Rarity: Rare Cost: {1}{R}{R}
Boomerang [Mirage]
$0.20
Set: Mirage Type: Instant Rarity: Common Cost: {U}{U} Return target permanent to its owner's hand. A lie always returns; be careful how you catch it.
Misers' Cage [Mirage]
$0.40
Set: Mirage Type: Artifact Rarity: Rare Cost: {3} At the beginning of each opponent's upkeep, if that player has five or more cards in hand, Misers' Cage deals 2 damage to him or her. "Let him be imprisoned while his possessions wander free." —Suq'Ata legal decree
Igneous Golem [Mirage]
$0.30
Set: Mirage Type: Artifact Creature — Golem Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {5} {2}: Igneous Golem gains trample until end of turn. "The creature rose from the mountain, its body weeping fire." —Afari, Tales
Mindbender Spores [Mirage]
$0.80
Set: Mirage Type: Creature — Fungus Wall Rarity: Rare Cost: {2}{G}
Grinning Totem [Mirage]
$0.30
Set: Mirage Type: Artifact Rarity: Rare Cost: {4}
Swamp [Mirage]
$0.80
Set: Mirage Type: Basic Land — Swamp Rarity: Common Cost:
Jungle Wurm [Mirage]
$0.30
Set: Mirage Type: Creature — Wurm Rarity: Common Cost: {3}{G}{G} Whenever Jungle Wurm becomes blocked, it gets -1/-1 until end of turn for each creature blocking it beyond the first. Broad as a baobab—and about as smart.
Stalking Tiger [Mirage]
$0.30
Set: Mirage Type: Creature — Cat Rarity: Common Cost: {3}{G} Stalking Tiger can't be blocked by more than one creature. In the Jamuraan jungles, there is often no separating beauty from danger.
Cinder Cloud [Mirage]
$0.20
Set: Mirage Type: Instant Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {3}{R}{R}
Worldly Tutor [Mirage]
$23.80
Set: Mirage Type: Instant Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {G} Search your library for a creature card and reveal that card. Shuffle your library, then put the card on top of it. "Aselbo soon had the rhino eating from his palm and the snake waiting at his heels." —Afari, Tales