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comment Does Double Strike mean you count as Attacking twice?
As an extra note to doppelgreener's comment, your answer would have made a good comment for additional information if it had been made in response to the top answer.
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comment How can I get the trait clips in Betrayal at House on the Hill to stay on?
I have small shreds of paper in the box which you can slide the clips over for a tighter fit.
Aug
25
comment How can I reduce the planar die “whiff factor” with house rules?
Nice solution that leads to something happening. I might suggest you make a deck of 6 cards (in alternately-coloured sleeves), which will pack nicely with the plane cards/decks and trades the time of fiddling with a bag for shuffling.
Aug
25
comment In King of Tokyo, how does Mecha Blast interact with High Altitude Bombing?
I agree with Gendolkari's concern. While the game's effects aren't well-defined, Mecha Blast says to deal 2 extra damage, not to add 2 damage to an effect that's dealing damage. So you pick someone you're dealing damage to, and then you deal 2 extra damage. On the other side of things, if you're attacking, it might be reasonable to apply it to everyone. Ultimately it's a playgroup or game-owner interpretation, due to the lack of official clarification.
Aug
25
comment Casting a creature and hexproofing
The important thing here is that equipping is at sorcery speed. If it was instant, you could then equip again while Unsummon was on the stack, but because it's at sorcery speed your opponent has the choice of timing with their instant.
Aug
18
revised Are there differences between the different country's editions of Cards Against Humanity
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Aug
18
answered Doubts with the “before a base scores” part
Aug
17
comment How does the die rolling work in Betrayal at House on the Hill?
To briefly answer the questions that got edited out: 1: The turn doesn't end but your movement goes to 0. Normally this means you have nothing else to do so you end your turn, but you can still use items and interact with things in the room (e.g. try to open the vault). 2: You draw a card for a room tile when you enter that room only as you reveal it. You might draw several cards if events cause you to reveal and move into new rooms. 3: If you have to draw for a particular floor you discard tiles until you get a valid floor. When you run out, shuffle the pile.
Aug
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answered How does the die rolling work in Betrayal at House on the Hill?
Aug
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17
answered Are there differences between the different country's editions of Cards Against Humanity
Aug
17
reviewed Approve bridge tag wiki
Aug
14
comment How does Magic the Gathering play differently with proxies?
You could also just play pauper, where you only use commons.
Aug
14
comment Accessing an Archived Ambush
When you say they can choose their access order, does that mean they can look at the cards first (imagine it's all face-down) and then choose the order, or do they choose the order and then reveal face-down cards?
Aug
12
comment What is the timing of “you may pay” abilities?
Also during resolution: 608.2f. If an effect gives a player the option to pay mana, he or she may activate mana abilities before taking that action. ...
Aug
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accepted What is the timing of “you may pay” abilities?
Aug
12
comment What is the timing of “you may pay” abilities?
Thanks for this. Just as one addition, where can I find in the rules the section that mentions using mana abilities during resolution, if and when abilities provide the option to pay?
Aug
12
comment How do costs to attack work?
Thanks for that! The rules you quoted were exactly what I was hoping to find with this question and the whole thing works a lot better within that structure, making it so the cards don't have to spell out the sequencing.
Aug
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accepted How do costs to attack work?
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asked How do costs to attack work?