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comment How can I tell if a card is likely to have “functional errata”?
@AlexP Then what is wrong with the original, first paragraph of my answer? There is no such list AFAIK, and for the reasons I mentioned, you won't be able to deduce whether or not a functional errata has happened to any given card without looking at its current Oracle wording, because there is no pattern I'm aware of. Significant changes of functionality are pretty rare anyway, exactly because you can't deduce them from the card alone, unlike mere wording changes, and usually happen for balance reasons, see for example the Phyrexian Dreadnought odyssey.
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comment How can I tell if a card is likely to have “functional errata”?
@AlexP You specifically asked for cards that had their functionality, not only their wording changed, because I would wager that the majority of all cards got such an errata at some point. There is no functional difference between for example "bury target creature" and "destroy target creature. It can't be regenerated", so I assumed it was out of the scope of your question.
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comment Can one creature block multiple attacks?
I've made my point and stand by it, please don't edit my answer.
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comment Can one creature block multiple attacks?
@GendoIkari No because it does not counter the OP's wrongful assumption - that you can pick one several times per defender
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answered Can one creature block multiple attacks?