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Jan
22
revised Exile then return Jace, Vryn's Prodigy?
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Jan
22
comment Exile then return Jace, Vryn's Prodigy?
@murgatroid99 You're right that I should have clarified "standard" - there are lots of cards that effect it (although I question the inclusion of some of your list, that's a complete side topic). Simply put, they don't design for eternal formats, but they do for current formats. So things in Khans and Theros would be affected, as well as future blocks.
Jan
22
comment Exile then return Jace, Vryn's Prodigy?
It actually doesn't. I read it multiple times and find nothing conflicting.
Jan
22
answered Exile then return Jace, Vryn's Prodigy?
Jan
22
answered May I attack myself?
Jan
15
comment Is it possible to have a full house and straight flush in same hand with only two players?
You can also have Royal Flush and Quad Aces... youtube.com/watch?v=XunAlp2azhA
Jan
12
comment Do Surge triggers happen “on cast” or when the spell resolves?
Reality check - why return all creatures to their owner's hand if you're also going to put a token on the battlefield - I don't think the "vanilla creature enters-the-battlefield matters" deck is a thing =)
Jan
10
comment Are players permitted to resolve errors between themselves, without involving a judge?
Also, repeat offenders will not be noted, so they can feel free to "oops, let's just take that back" in round after round.
Jan
8
comment Is there any way to stop someone from sacrificing a Golden Urn?
Your third sentence holds true in spite of the ruling on Urn, "As Golden Urn's last ability resolves, its last existence on the battlefield is checked to determine how many charge counters were on it." So even if someone tried to use something like Vampire Hexmage to remove its counters, the Urn is gone by the time could even target it, even if you responded to the activation.
Dec
31
comment How does drawing then discarding work with a full hand?
If this weren't the case, being the second player would really suck, since you wouldn't be able to draw up to 8 cards on your first turn!
Dec
24
comment Trading Property to settle a debt in Monopoly
I think it's pretty clear that this is a duplicate. If you can trade with a third party, you definitely can trade with your debtor. The idea that you might not be able to trade with your debtor but could trade with someone OTHER than your debtor is a very weak argument.
Dec
24
comment Trading Property to settle a debt in Monopoly
An asset of $1? Or simple no debts. You aren't bankrupt if you have $0 but also owe $0.
Dec
22
comment Does Doubling Cube's ability affect the mana used to activate it?
@NathanTaylor I would expect to see it used in a degenerate combo with dark ritual, high tide, and friends.
Dec
22
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Dec
20
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Dec
17
comment How does Elemental Resonance convert a Mana Cost to a Mana Source?
While this answer is purely conjecture, I think it's rooted in sound logic and has a high probability of being spot on when official rulings are released.
Dec
15
awarded  Necromancer
Dec
14
answered Cribbage and scoring 31 plus go
Dec
11
revised What does “removed from the game” mean?
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Dec
10
comment Can an opponent bolt a mana-generating creature to stop me from generating mana?
@DanStaley A bit pedantic, but sure, I've updated to reflect that.