Soul Mirror

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Soul Mirror is a legendary priest spell card, from the Ashes of Outland set.

How to get

Card packsThe Regular version can be opened from any of these packs:

Ashes of Outland
Year of the Phoenix
Regular1 (random)
Card packsThe Golden version can be opened from any of these packs:

Ashes of Outland
Year of the Phoenix
Golden Wild
Golden Year of the Phoenix
Golden1 (random)
CraftingCraft a Regular copy for 1600 Dust.pngRegular1
CraftingCraft a Golden copy for 3200 Dust.pngGolden1


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  • Soul Mirror copies and summons enemy minions from left to right, given the player's available board space. Then the copied minions attack their respective enemy counterpart minions from left to right in sequence. If for any reason an enemy counterpart minion is mortally wounded, it is not attacked. Minions that have taken lethal damage are then all destroyed at the end of Soul Mirror's effect.
  • Copying a Rush or Charge minion and having it survive will not allow it to attack immediately, since it already used its attack on Soul Mirror's effect.

Lore[edit | edit source]

The Soul Mirror is a magic crystal that allows the Auchenai to communicate with the spirits of the dead.

This card's art depicts Exarch Maladaar, leader of the Auchenai.

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Maladaar was once a member of the Sha'tari, the researchers of the naaru. He discovered that D'ore's corpse was attracting the souls of draenei who died in the Genedar's crash and allowed the draenei to commune with them. Auchindoun was constructed and the Auchenai established to protect the dead, with Maladaar promoted to a member of the Council of Exarchs.
After the fall of Shattrath City, many Vindicators, priests, and Rangari fled to Auchindoun in hopes of defending it from the Horde. Maladaar organized the military defenses, and they fiercely defended Auchindoun from Teron'gor and the  Shadow Council. They also received aid from Auchindoun's departed spirits, and together slaughtered many of the Shadow Council's agents. As Maladaar and his forces closed in, Teron'gor sought out the warlocks who pooled their powers together and reached beyond the veil of reality. They sought to bring a powerful demon into the world, but in their wild desperation found something else instead: Murmur. This otherworldly elemental creature was pulled to Draenor from a distant corner of the universe, and the shockwave on its arrival ripped the earth asunder. Many draenei were killed and Auchindoun was blasted apart. Waves of destructive energy rolled out and leveled the surrounding forest.
Maladaar and a handful of his draenei used their magics to shield themselves from the blast. But though they survived, they no longer had the numbers to resist the Shadow Council. Teron'gor and his warlocks overwhelmed the draenei and bound them in chains, and contained Murmur deep within Auchindoun as well.
Maladaar would eventually be driven mad by the loss of everyone and everything he had ever loved. His lunatic dedication to the preservation of their memory drove him to a mastery of the dark arts. Once he turned to necromancy, he created Shirrak the Dead Watcher.
After his death by the adventurers of the Alliance and Horde, the naaru D'ore appeared and redeemed his spirit, which eventually appeared to Greatfather Aldrimus and thanked him for having Maladaar killed.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Soul Mirror, full art

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