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If I imprint an artifact creature on Semblance anvil, will that make it so all creatures cost 2 less, artifacts cost 2 less, and artifact creatures cost 4 less? What my deck does (since idk about this) is exile a Silver Myr T3 with Anvil and then drop free Galvanizers and Palladium Myrs. Would this work?
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If I imprint an artifact creature on Semblance anvil, will that make it so all creatures cost 2 less, artifacts cost 2 less, and artifact creatures cost 4 less? What my deck does (since idk about this) is exile a Silver Myr T3 with Anvil and then drop free Galvanizers and Palladium Myrs. Would this work?


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From Scars of Mirrodin FAQ:


* Spells you cast that share multiple card types with the exiled card still cost just {2} less to cast. They don't get a greater cost reduction.


In your example, non-artifact creatures, non-creature artifacts, and creature artifact spells will all cost only :2mana: less.

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If I imprint an artifact creature on Semblance Anvil, will that make it so all creatures cost 2 less,

yes
artifacts cost 2 less,

yes
and artifact creatures cost 4 less?

no, only  less
What my deck does (since idk about this) is exile a Silver Myr T3 with Anvil and then drop free Galvanizers and Palladium Myrs. Would this work?

no

Spells you cast that share a card type with the exiled card cost less to cast.
Spells you cast {with one or more of these types} cost less to cast.
Spells you cast {} cost less to cast.

The most it can reduce any spell is . Hide the qualifier and you see it's obvious.

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but if I have 2 semblance anvils out imprinting an artifact creature on BOTH it will reduce the casting cost by (4) right?
but if I have 2 semblance anvils out imprinting an artifact creature on BOTH it will reduce the casting cost by (4) right?

Yes, if you mean when you cast an artifact and/or a creature.
Also if one has an artifact and the other a creature, artifact creatures will cost less as well.
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but if I have 2 semblance anvils out imprinting an artifact creature on BOTH it will reduce the casting cost by (4) right?

Yes, if you mean when you cast an artifact and/or a creature.
Also if one has an artifact and the other a creature, artifact creatures will cost less as well.

Just to not confuse it with the earlier question.. you're talking about one anvil with a Contagion Clasp and the other anvil with a Sunblast Angel resulting in Darksteel Sentinel costing less.
thats right, I was just wondering if I had 2 Anvils whether they would stack
thats right, I was just wondering if I had 2 Anvils whether they would stack

No, the cost reductions don't go on the Stack.

Yes, the cost reductions are cumulative.

(You should try to avoid the word "stack" unless you're talking about the game zone where spells and abilities wait to resolve.)