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Jun
14
answered Why would I want to use the activated ability of “Scalding Tarn”?
Jun
14
comment Could Cemetery Puca copy a Primordial Hydra?
Just realized how awkward it would be if you had actually chosen green for your caged sun in a blue-black control deck... but ya know, I'm not judging!
Jun
14
answered Could Cemetery Puca copy a Primordial Hydra?
Jun
12
answered Do gods keep their +1/+1 counters if they stop being creatures?
Jun
12
comment Why does a run of 4 in Cribbage score only 4?
@thesunneversets I don't know if you have kids, but I can tell you from experience cribbage is a great way to get them to learn 1) numbers and counting 2) strategy and analysis 3) politics and 4) an appreciation for games! Bonus points for being easy to play in a car =0
Jun
6
comment Can I activate the tap ability of a creature summoned last turn before I have to remove it to my hand?
Sounds like he's using a combo to get a Javelin every turn, and it's perfectly reasonable and legal.
Jun
5
comment Wall of Frost vs a cyphered Hidden Strings
@Cruncher - David is correct, as per 502.3. No player receives priority during the untap step, so no spells can be cast or resolve and no abilities can be activated or resolve. Any ability that triggers during this step will be held until the next time a player would receive priority, which is usually during the upkeep step. (See rule 503, "Upkeep Step.")
May
28
comment Pharika's Mender, Gray Merchant of Asphodel, Rescue From The Underworld
Also, why wouldn't you put GMOA's trigger on first, and then PM's trigger? This way, you could bring back a Black permanent for a higher devotion count for GMOA's trigger.
May
28
comment Pharika's Mender, Gray Merchant of Asphodel, Rescue From The Underworld
Can we use the proper abbreviation for "Gray Merchant of Asphodel", Gary? =)
May
27
comment Grave Betrayal vs. Blightsteel Colossus
It's ironic that in Magic, dying is the act of going to the graveyard, where as in real life dying is the cause of going to the graveyard.
May
26
comment Can I activate mana abilities even if I don't need the mana?
For the record, it wouldn't have prevented this behavior. A lot of people would pay 1 life for a +1/+1 counter!
May
21
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What are the names for Magic's different colour combinations?
May
17
comment When do you reveal the top card of your library with Courser of Kruphix and scry lands?
Do you make a distinction between "checking states" and "performing state based actions"? Because I don't. Checking a state but performing no action based on that state is the exact same as not checking the state at all.
May
16
revised When do you reveal the top card of your library with Courser of Kruphix and scry lands?
added 1416 characters in body
May
16
answered When do you reveal the top card of your library with Courser of Kruphix and scry lands?
May
6
comment How does Perplexing Chimera work with Strionic Resonator?
So you could use this to change the target of shock to his illusion creature for a split second, causing him to sacrifice it, and then cause it to target his hexproof creature - brilliant!
Apr
25
comment Can you play older versions of cards in standard?
@RBarryYoung I see. I thought you were saying "The card you use must have the most recent printed text or you can't use it". Turns out we're both saying the same thing, that "printed text means (almost) nothing".
Apr
25
comment Can you play older versions of cards in standard?
@RBarryYoung Sorry, but your link illustrates the exact opposite. They're saying "whatever is printed on the card doesn't matter: only what the oracle text is". The later part of that snippet means "If you have a reason to believe the oracle text and the printed text are different, you have a right to consult the oracle text if it is technically feasible to do so. (i.e. you have internet access.)"
Apr
25
accepted Is there a naming convention for the various standard-formats as they existed throughout history?
Apr
24
comment MOTO Acronym for MTG Online
@Brian I believe the proper way to say it is "Mo' Dough" as in "It's another way for Wizards to extract mo' dough from our wallets"