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Jan
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revised What ways are there for a Standard Werewolf deck to handle Ratchet Bomb?
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revised What ways are there for a Standard Werewolf deck to handle Ratchet Bomb?
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Jan
24
asked Am I forced to choose targets for “may” abilities?
Jan
24
revised What ways are there for a Standard Werewolf deck to handle Ratchet Bomb?
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revised What ways are there for a Standard Werewolf deck to handle Ratchet Bomb?
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Jan
24
comment What ways are there for a Standard Werewolf deck to handle Ratchet Bomb?
@AlexP - Right. Like I said, Full Moon's Rise is the obvious choice here. It's the closest thing to being mainboard viable (even though I would still SB it)
Jan
24
revised What ways are there for a Standard Werewolf deck to handle Ratchet Bomb?
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Jan
24
answered What ways are there for a Standard Werewolf deck to handle Ratchet Bomb?
Jan
23
revised In EDH/Commander, what is the 'color identity' of a double-faced card?
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Jan
23
answered In EDH/Commander, what is the 'color identity' of a double-faced card?
Jan
21
comment In what order are replacement effects chosen with respect to damage prevention?
I disagree. Choosing Hallow's effect does not mean it happens at that time. Other players still make choices. If Player B chooses Hostility's effect to prevent damage (by choosing to apply it first) then Hallow does not have that damage to prevent anymore.
Jan
21
comment In what order are replacement effects chosen with respect to damage prevention?
Also, each player always gets to make choices regardless of who the AP is. Otherwise it would simply say the AP chooses the order.
Jan
21
comment In what order are replacement effects chosen with respect to damage prevention?
During all this, I forgot Hostility was a creature too (and that Player A only has two effects to choose) @ghoppe and I were talking earlier. Would Player A make the choices for himself separate from his choices for his creature?
Jan
21
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Jan
20
revised Does a creature that has both double strike and first strike deal damage three times or only twice?
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Jan
20
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Jan
20
revised Does a creature that has both double strike and first strike deal damage three times or only twice?
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Jan
20
accepted What happens if I cast Green Sun's Zenith while Grafdigger's Cage is on the battlefield?
Jan
20
comment In what order are replacement effects chosen with respect to damage prevention?
As the ruling on Furnace of Wrath shows, multiple effects can apply. 616.1a-e are the process for carrying our 616.1
Jan
20
comment In what order are replacement effects chosen with respect to damage prevention?
Yes, but that just means one at a time. 616.1e says to repeat the procedure of choosing one. Come to chat and we can discuss.