Reputation
4,443
Next tag badge:
273/400 score
42/80 answers
Badges
11 39
Newest
 Nice Answer
Impact
~356k people reached

1d
comment Dividing up Hexagonal Board Tiles
It would appear trapezoids seem to do the job well enough.
Jun
18
comment Does killing a creature mana source that's being tapped for mana to pay for a spell counter that spell?
Ooo yes you're absolutely right! I missed that part. You betchya. If you've announced a spell, no one is doing anything until you cast it.
Jun
18
comment Does killing a creature mana source that's being tapped for mana to pay for a spell counter that spell?
@Jefromi that isn't true - they may float mana in their pool and do many things before using that mana, if they want to. We just usually don't.
Jun
5
comment Do creatures that enter the battlefield at the same time see each other enter?
I don't think this topic is a good candidate for a canonical question. So many times, you end up with questions that have very intricate interactions, which render a canonical answer pointless.
Jun
5
comment Do creatures that enter the battlefield at the same time see each other enter?
Zags, are you suggesting that my 3 year old question is a duplicate of a question posted last week?
May
25
comment Can a corp have more than 1 'Chairman Hiro' rezzed at the same time?
Ah the diamond. That's the key - that's the information that will help future visitors! :)
May
25
comment Can a corp have more than 1 'Chairman Hiro' rezzed at the same time?
I don't think the question is self explanatory. It's self defining. It doesn't explain what you're asking. I don't play netrunner, but when I look at this card, I don't see anything about it that would indicate why it would be limited to a singleton. Can you explain why you have reservations about whether or not you can have multiples, and perhaps the situation that prompted the question?
May
22
comment MTG: How does Devour work with abilites like Dragon Tempest
Luke, what you're thinking would have been templated with the word "When" instead of "As".
May
20
comment What happens if neither player decides to do anything?
Someone has to go first. It just turns out that the player who goes first gets such a HUGE advantage, they get penalized by not drawing first. It has nothing to do with milling out.
May
20
comment What happens if neither player decides to do anything?
@ZeRaTuL_jF can't tell if trolling [fry,jpg]
May
7
comment What is the 'Liverpool Shuffle'?
Ringo... John... You're Paul... are you... --THE-- Paul?
May
1
comment Am I allowed to shuffle my hand when ever I want?
Side note: if it's supposed to be random, you should lay your cards flat on the table and clearly indicate them 1-6, and roll a die. It's just better that way. (If you have 7, roll a d20 until you get a 1-7 if you have to.)
May
1
revised Am I allowed to shuffle my hand when ever I want?
added 1129 characters in body
Apr
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
28
answered Am I allowed to shuffle my hand when ever I want?
Apr
19
answered Cribbage scoring for one hand less starter card
Apr
13
comment How to play Risk for office fundraiser?
@mipadi opening line: "My office frequently raises money for charities holding lotteries or raffles."
Apr
13
comment How to play Risk for office fundraiser?
Have you looked at mobile games for inspiration? It sounds like you want to implement a microtransaction system for a board game!
Apr
9
comment Poker auction - Precedence of hands
The probability could only be determined by player's liklihood to bid on cards, though. So unless you run it through a massive meta-game simulator (1000 actors, machine learning, etc) you'll be hard pressed to find the right probabilities without also discovering the strategies too.
Apr
8
answered Poker auction - Precedence of hands