It will be a Lord of Atlantis in any case.
You can apply Clone first and Infinite Reflection second, so it will be a Lord of Atlantis. You can apply Infinite Reflection first, but then the Clone effect does not apply, so it will be a Lord of Atlantis.
right, if IR applies first it's no longer a clone
I was overthinking it
Infinite reflection's effect will effectively override clone's effect.
As the creature enters the battlefield, two effects (clone, and infinite reflection) are trying to alter what happens. The creature's controller picks one of the effects to apply and applies it. If you apply infinite reflection first, clone is no longer applicable, and you don't do anything else. If you apply clone first, infinite reflection is still applicable, so you apply it too and overwrite whatever you chose to copy with clone.
What about other ETB effects.
Reflection is on LoA, but then I cast an Archaeomancer < /a> < /span> , if I put Reflection's trigger first, then Arch's, can I still return an instant to my hand before it becomes another LoA.
Now that I think about it... does it even matter what order it goes on the stack?
How about anthroplasm . From what I can tell, it has no ETB trigger, it just gets 2 counters. So would it keep those when it becomes another LoA?
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