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comment Is there any difference between double strike and oubleday ikestray?
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comment Is there any difference between double strike and oubleday ikestray?
@murgatroid99 Care to provide a source for that, since you're going all technical on me? All I could google was about non-English questions on stackoverflow, and BCG help center and meta also make no mention of official language that I could find.
Jan
28
comment Can Turn to Frog prevent 'enter the battlefield' abilities?
I REALLY wonder why I get 2 downvotes on my answer. That is usually reserved for blatantly wrong answers, which mine obviously isn't, and since the OP accepted mine, it is clear he did not ask about fringe cases such as creatures triggering on other creatures entering the battlefield.
Jan
28
comment Can Turn to Frog prevent 'enter the battlefield' abilities?
Typically, if you have several questions that are not dependent on each other, you should ask them in separate threads.
Jan
26
comment Can I use one spell multiple times
While correct, this answer doesn't really answer the fundamental misunderstanding the question shows. OP doesn't seem to know what the rules say about spell casting in general.
Jan
26
comment Creatures with variable power and toughness
Also worth noting is that / creatures have that power and toughness in any zone, so if, for example, an effect allows you to search your library for a creature card with power >= 4, and you have >= 4 creatures in your graveyard, you could select Boneyard Wurm.
Jan
23
comment Exile then return Jace, Vryn's Prodigy?
@Jefromi I respectfully disagree that the flavor argument does not require a source. I'm not saying it's wrong, but it's far from self-evident or common knowledge, especially if the most official source on the matter seems to be a Tumblr post, as the comment on the other answer suggests.
Jan
23
comment Exile then return Jace, Vryn's Prodigy?
@Jefromi Could you provide such a source then? The answer to the other question also cites no source.
Jan
23
comment Exile then return Jace, Vryn's Prodigy?
@JonTheMon I don't really buy that flavor argument, without official proof. After all, you could make the same argument about all transform permanents, but only the creature->planeswalker transformers do have that mechanic.
Jan
22
comment Exile then return Jace, Vryn's Prodigy?
I fixed it. As a League of Legends player, I kept thinking of the champion named Jayce.
Jan
22
comment Exile then return Jace, Vryn's Prodigy?
While auras and equipment would fall off, at least counters would remain on the planeswalker, which seems undesirable and confusing
Jan
22
comment May I attack myself?
There are also cards that force your opponent's creatures to attack or block.
Jan
20
comment vedalken orrery, aura of silence in reponse to opponents enchantment
@Rainbolt I am certain. That "specific point" can be any point I want, as long as that point is a place where a player has priority, i.e. the right to actually play the game. My proposed shortcut can have length 1, i.e. the next time someone has priority, i.e. what would happen anyway even without shortcuts. That way I can force everyone to explicitly decide on priority, at every single step of the game. Any other conclusion would be absurd, when you think about it - if I could not demand it, it would mean you could take away anyone's and everyone's decision about passing priority or not.
Jan
20
comment vedalken orrery, aura of silence in reponse to opponents enchantment
I will edit my answer to clear up any confusion. "Seeing my opponent cast a spell" can indeed mean different things. If my opponent has priority etc. and starts casting a spell, then he really is casting a spell and there is no way to change the costs of that spell. If he cannot legally cast a spell but starts doing so anyway, like Ikegami showed with his example, then I can demand to rewind the game to a point that has not explicitly happened yet. Of course, if that point is not the earliest possible, then I also just propose a shortcut that could be further shortened, and so on.
Jan
20
comment vedalken orrery, aura of silence in reponse to opponents enchantment
@ikegami "by the time you see AND have the opportunity to react". I am answering for the normal case, when the opponent indeed has priority and has cast his spell, to which OP reacts with Aura of SIlence. In that context, yes, always.
Jan
19
comment How does Complete Disregard interact with pump spells?
@deworde your example does not contain the word "target", so that is unrelated to your question and my answer, not an exception.
Jan
13
comment Can Winds of Qal Sisma trigger Willbreaker's ability?
In addition, Winds doesn't even affect creatures directly, it changes the rules of the game for the turn.
Jan
12
comment Does the MtG lore have an official explanation for banned cards?
In any case, it's a very vague question. If you could provide any source at all for that speculation, that might be helpful.
Jan
6
comment Mana burn-real?
Please use the search function more.
Dec
21
comment Does Doubling Cube's ability affect the mana used to activate it?
I guess we both answered at the exact same second o.O