Mirror Force

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JohnnyBot(03.01.2019 17:32)

Removing this card from the semi-limited list seems like a mistake :|

spyripper2(09.05.2015 20:01)

oohh this card from the distant past hehe. so many memories of destroying all monmsters with one card. oh such power. but the game has changed. however this is still a very powerfull card if it survives all the way to the battle face

Kibowisp(08.05.2015 08:12)

The card that flips games around... Everybody fears it but apparently nobody expects it... really weird how this card works that way... xD

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