Quote from IRrangerActually I can imagine people trying to cheat the other way as well.
You get your card for the turn and look at it. I happens to be a miracle card, meaning you go to play it announcing that you have it. You go to tap your mana and play the spell, but oops, you just touched your miracle card with the rest of your cards in hand. Now no one can tell whether you're cheating or not. Judges are called and words are exchanged. If you win you gain a huge tempo swing on your opponent dealing 5 damage for one mana, or taking an extra turn. If you lose you waste a draw getting an unplayable spell.
Miracle definitely seems swing-y to me and I'm sure that rules lawyers as well as cheats will be out in force.
Quote from MirrorEntityIt's not a static ability; the objects affected by the continuous effect generated are set when it begins, as per CR 611.2c. This means that objects entering afterwards aren't affected, so it isn't a combo.
Quote from EnsoZeroLogic and common sense have no place on the internet.