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You are only controlling that players actions, nothing changes about which player controls various objects or who the various players' opponents are. So when they activate that ability (it doesn't matter if you control them or not) you are the one that will have to sacrifices creatures when the triggered ability resolves. 712.3. Only control of the ...


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Thematically a land card (or permanent) doesn't represent any physical land, but rather represents the planeswalker's bond with the lands that they visit as they move across the multiverse, they then draw mana through that bond in order to cast spells (although most of the modern Magic stories ignore this). Every type of land in the multiverse has a ...


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Yes, countering a spell will prevent Eye of the Storm from "absorbing" it, but it won't stop the spell's owner from casting copies of the cards previously exiled by EotS. "Play" was replaced with clearer terminology 7 years ago. The current text of the card (as you can see at the link you posted) is the following: Whenever a player casts an instant or ...


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It must be you. Your opponent is the controller of Abolisher of Bloodlines, so he is the controller of Abolisher of Bloodlines's triggered ability. The "target opponent" is defined based on the controller of that ability. Controlling Another Player 712.3. Only control of the player changes. All objects are controlled by their normal ...


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Alas, you may not. This is because, per the rules posted on mtgcommander.net, The back face of a double-faced card is included when determining a card's colour identity. So, while Loyal Cathar is a white card, a white spell on the stack, and a white creature on the battlefield (or a black creature when it's flipped), its Commander-specific color ...


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Yes, you can pay the kicker costs for the each copy if you want the extra tokens. Some cards copy spells on the stack directly. You cannot choose to pay kicker for those spells, the choice and additional costs are copied from the original. In this case, however, the whole card is copied, and you may cast it as a new spell without paying its mana cost. In ...



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