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Feb
10
answered Do I have to move all units in the area I have attacked?
Feb
10
reviewed No Action Needed Why are Shocklands better than Guildgates?
Feb
10
reviewed No Action Needed Settlers of Catan play takes hours
Feb
10
reviewed No Action Needed What's a good source of generic pieces/components?
Feb
10
reviewed Leave Closed Does Monopoly involve skill to a considerable degree?
Feb
9
comment Why so many people use “house rules” in EDH/Commander?
How are you going to get an objective answer to this question?
Feb
9
revised Are the large box sets stand alone, or do they require Descent 2nd Edition base-set?
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Feb
9
comment Can Bear Hug force a player to destroy an Incorporeal minion?
"By a strict meaning of the rules, no, Bear Hug does not affect the card," you have a strange interpretation of affect. If a card is moved, certainly something is moving it. If a card is returned, something is causing it to be returned. If a card has a action attached, an action is attaching to to the card. How is the Bear Hug not, destroying the Minion?
Feb
7
awarded  Enlightened
Feb
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
7
reviewed Delete Board game boxes
Feb
7
reviewed No Action Needed Are there specific deck combinations to avoid in Smash Up?
Feb
7
reviewed Close Backgammon with negative value dice
Feb
7
reviewed Leave Open Does Monopoly involve skill to a considerable degree?
Feb
7
reviewed Leave Open What is an efficient way to organize my magic collection?
Feb
7
reviewed Approve How does Spirit of the Labyrinth interact with Chains of Mephistopheles?
Feb
6
comment Does Monopoly involve skill to a considerable degree?
Monopoly base game. It has as much skill as tic-tac-toe (maybe more). You are going to need to define skill. People seem to have wildly different opinions what the word means, and how to measure it.
Feb
6
comment Can Bear Hug force a player to destroy an Incorporeal minion?
I will say it again, "Nothing in the Smash-Up rules tells you that players can affect cards. The rules specifically call out cards being affected by things that destroy, move, attach, etc.. The only things that have that "verbage" are Action cards and Minion cards. The Bear Hug card is telling you which cards to destroy, but it is doing the destroying. Getting Hung-up on how Mtg cares about sources is besides the point.
Feb
5
revised Can Bear Hug force a player to destroy an Incorporeal minion?
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Feb
5
comment Can Bear Hug force a player to destroy an Incorporeal minion?
@ikegami, what makes you think the "player verbs" have any bearing on the matter? I see nothing in the rules that says players do anything. The rules do say to, "follow the instructions on the card," and the instructions on Bear Hug affect other player's creatures. Where is your evidence that players affect anything?