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Jan
21
comment Can you counter a spell with indestructible?
Indestructibility has never been a characteristic, or alternatively, indestructible has never been a characteristic-defining ability. Characteristics are color, subtypes, power, and toughness [CR 604.3a(1)], at least in the current rules, but I don't think that has been changed for a long time, if ever.
Jan
10
revised What happens when I deal lethal damage to everyone at the same time?
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Jan
10
answered What happens when I deal lethal damage to everyone at the same time?
Jan
3
comment Does reduced casting cost affect casting of cards with variable casting cost?
@player3 for future reference, if you have a question which is marked as a duplicate but you really don't think it is, the best way to handle that is to edit your question to make it explicitly clear what it is that you're asking which is not covered by the other question. Once you edit it, it goes into a queue to be reviewed for reopening. But it sounds like you got your answer in this case, which is good. Welcome to B&CG Stack Exchange!
Dec
31
comment Dealing Damage to Creature soulbonded to Deadeye Navigator
One way is that you sacrifice enough tokens to Bombard your opponent's life total down to zero, then Deadeye Navigator and Nevermaker both cease to exist by virtue of the fact that your opponent has lost the game. (Though they technically don't die.) But that kind of sidesteps the underlying rules question.
Dec
31
answered How many counters for each turn for Abzan?
Dec
29
awarded  Student
Dec
29
asked Is there any strategic reason to skip a turn to untap Time Vault?
Dec
29
answered How much mana can I tap per turn?
Dec
28
answered Goblin Brigand and Norn's Annex
Dec
28
comment How much mana can I tap per turn?
Given the OP's newness to the game, I would emphasize that casting Arbor Colossus and activating his Monstrous ability are two entirely separate actions. This is obvious to experienced players, but I could imagine a new player might be confused about that from your wording.
Dec
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
14
comment Why am I unable to draw cards in Magic 2014?
Uh... wait, what? I can't figure out what you're asking here. The way you draw a card in Magic is that you pick it up from the top of the deck and put it in your hand. Or are you asking about Duels of the Planeswalkers instead?
Dec
9
comment Are (un)tapped permanents still legal targets for “(un)tap target permanent” effects?
@Chairforce the reason "cost/resolving" plays a role in this is that in the question, you gave two examples of costs that require tapping a permanent, and used them to formulate a hypothesis about effects that entail tapping a permanent, which suggests there's something pretty significant that you don't understand about the difference between cost and effect. It actually doesn't matter for the question you want to ask, but explaining that it doesn't matter is part of answering your question as asked.
Dec
7
comment Double Hardened Scales
So to clarify what @HaoYe said, in the situation you described neither Hoplite should have had any counters at all.
Dec
5
comment Can creatures with summoning sickness be tapped for convoke?
@Pow-Ian though summoning the tokens often costs at least as much as you save by using them for convoke! Still, it is possible and legal.
Nov
30
comment If Nighthowler is attached as an Enchantment to a Creature, what different things can it do?
It might be worth mentioning that the reason you add +X/+X to the enchanted creature's P/T is because Nighthowler says so right on the card: "Enchanted creature gets +X/+X," and has nothing to do with the fact that Nighthowler would have power and toughness X/X if it were a creature.
Nov
29
comment What happens in this infinite damage/infect loop?
"Crashes" is very appropriate wording (not sure if that's what you were referencing).
Nov
29
comment When a spell targeting a creature with heroic gets countered, does heroic still trigger?
@corsiKa (3 comments up) well, I don't really think it's worth noting here ;-) The sub-stacks have little to no relevance in Magic.
Nov
28
comment Does “an attacking creature” count as “a creature that attacked”?
Hi zo0x - I changed your title to better reflect the question you're asking in the body of your post. The question in your earlier title is easily answered "no" because after combat, there are creatures that have attacked this turn but there are no attacking creatures, but that's not what it seems you're asking about. If my edit was inaccurate, feel free to change it of course!