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There is no rule that specifically governs the physical location of cards on the stack, so you should put them wherever makes the game state clearest. That usually means that you should put them in an actual stack in the play area. Since Instants and Sorceries go to the graveyard when they resolve, if you put them in the graveyard immediately, you are ...


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What is legal? Cards go on the stack when you cast them. They remain there until they resolve or are otherwise removed from the stack. According the the Tournament Rules, the current zone of any object is free information. The stack is a zone. Therefore, the presence of an object on the stack is free information. It does not matter where the card ...


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While a card is on the stack, it is not in the graveyard. If you wanted the cards to enter the graveyard (say you wanted to play a Delve counterspell), you let part of the stack resolve. As the stack resolves, cards enter the graveyard. While the card is on the stack, it doesn't really matter where it is, as long as it is visible and clear that the card is ...


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Not only is it "acceptable" to lay the cards down on the play space, but it is required. CR 608.2k As the final part of an instant or sorcery spell’s resolution, the spell is put into its owner’s graveyard. As the final part of an ability’s resolution, the ability is removed from the stack and ceases to exist. Instants and sorcery cards don't go into ...



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