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Mar
19
comment Where to find lists of cheap Cubes?
@StevenStadnicki That's the original definition for the Cube though. Even your usage of "pauper cube" implies this: a "pauper Cube" is a "Cube" (expensive) for "paupers" (not expensive).
Mar
19
revised What does protection from [quality] do?
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Mar
19
answered What does protection from [quality] do?
Mar
13
revised In the Great Dalmuti, should I be attempting to improve my seat position or shoot for the win?
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Mar
13
answered In the Great Dalmuti, should I be attempting to improve my seat position or shoot for the win?
Mar
7
revised How to search opponents library when playing remote via webcam?
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Mar
7
answered How to search opponents library when playing remote via webcam?
Feb
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on cribbage tag wiki
Feb
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What's the fastest way to print a card game prototype?
Feb
23
revised What happens when an undying creature takes damage from a creature with deathtouch?
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Feb
23
comment What happens when an undying creature takes damage from a creature with deathtouch?
@StuartCook Good point, I tend to agree. If the Deathtouch rule doesn't destroy the permanent immediately, it will not at all.
Feb
22
revised What happens when an undying creature takes damage from a creature with deathtouch?
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Feb
22
revised What happens when an undying creature takes damage from a creature with deathtouch?
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Feb
22
answered What happens when an undying creature takes damage from a creature with deathtouch?
Feb
21
comment Are cards that are both Land and Creature affected by summoning sickness?
302.6. A creature's activated ability with the tap symbol or the untap symbol in its activation cost can't be activated unless the creature has been under its controller's control continuously since his or her most recent turn began. A creature can't attack unless it has been under its controller's control continuously since his or her most recent turn began. This rule is informally called the "summoning sickness" rule. Thats why cards like Threaten give the creature haste.
Feb
21
comment Are cards that are both Land and Creature affected by summoning sickness?
Note that a creature has summoning sickness if it was not under your control at the beginning of the turn, not only if you played it this turn.
Feb
20
revised How exactly does Xenograft work, and not work?
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Feb
20
answered How exactly does Xenograft work, and not work?
Feb
17
revised Types of EDH mana base
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Feb
17
revised How many lands should I have in my sealed or draft decks?
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