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15h
comment Can a continuous effect that gives haste wear off?
Convoke and Opposition are not affected by summoning sickness.
15h
comment How can we avoid big money in casual games?
@Jefromi But the problem is that just buying treasure doesn't win, and you don't need to become an expert in Dominion to realize that. It doesn't take an thorough study or practice to simply try to buy a single Smithy and then win while your opponent buys no actions.
18h
comment How can we avoid big money in casual games?
@Jefromi I'm not even talking about agreeing to not buy only treasure. I'm saying that if they don't like buying only treasure, then they simply don't buy only treasure. No house rule or agreement needed.
20h
comment How can we avoid big money in casual games?
I guess "too localized" is no longer listed as a reason to close? I agree that this isn't a duplicate, but it doesn't seem at all like it's a good question to answer, based on all the things discussed in the chat. They OP is basically saying "I don't like buying nothing but treasure cards when I play Dominion". The answer is trivially "then don't buy nothing but treasure cards when you play Dominion."
1d
comment Have I missed a trigger if I announce it but then forget to resolve it?
@diego But if you don't acknowledge the ability being triggered and put on the stack before it resolves, aren't you depriving your opponent the chance to respond to it?
1d
comment Have I missed a trigger if I announce it but then forget to resolve it?
What if instead of a +1/+1 counter the creature simply got +1/+1 until end of turn? Does that mean that now saying "it triggers" is enough to say that you acknowledge the trigger, instead of having to do something else?
1d
comment Have I missed a trigger if I announce it but then forget to resolve it?
@Jefromi I agree, it looks like that quote is simply about WHEN a missed trigger is considered missed, not about WHAT "missed" means.
Jul
28
comment Blinking face down Auras and Non-Permanents
The aura does NOT target in this case, you simply choose a legal object for it. This means that you could still attach it to something with Shroud, for example.
Jul
27
comment Is this a win or loss?
Ah I understand now! Makes sense.
Jul
27
comment Is this a win or loss?
I'm unclear at what you're saying here; are you contradicting the other answer?
Jul
24
comment Can I sacrifice the same creature twice with Blood Host?
In this case I believe 400.7 to be a red herring; the question stemmed completely from the lack of understanding of what "another" means. Is there a specific rule that defines "another" to be "other than the card this 'another' is printed on"?
Jul
21
comment Useful Settlers of Catan calculations?
@ToonKrijthe Sounds like he's saying that which combinations of the three listed things add up to 10 points is an example of a useful calculation.
Jul
18
comment Why do double-faced planeswalkers from Origins get exiled before being transformed?
Ah, I hadn't thought of the loyalty counters.
Jul
18
comment Can you exchange items with another player, or can you only give items to another player on your turn?
@Joey I don't think so. I could be mistaken, but to the best of my knowledge, the versions that are available online were put out before the second edition came out and have not changed since.
Jul
17
comment When is my last opportunity to turn a manifested Kytheon face up and still cause his trigger?
Seems you should mention the combat damage step as the actual answer as that's the actual last time you can (after damage is dealt, but still during that step).
Jul
17
comment Are rooms drawn because of tiles and cards always considered 'discovered' and thus the symbol on the card executed?
@Joey Thanks; I updated my answer to mention that.
Jul
17
comment Are rooms drawn because of tiles and cards always considered 'discovered' and thus the symbol on the card executed?
Note that there's errata related to this. There's at least 1 event that tells you specifically to ignore any symbols in the room you draw, but the errata tells you to follow the symbols anyway. If you can draw a room and ignore the symbol (before the Haunt), then the game might never end if you ignore an Omen symbol.
Jul
15
comment Battlestar Galactica: How to balance core game
I've played about 3 times, and have never seen the cylons win.
Jul
14
comment How do poison counters work and how would a player get them?
@Jefromi It sounds to me like this is a perfect example of an X/Y problem. Like the first comment says, there's obviously some hidden information behind the question, which is important for helping the player learn Magic. So "what is your real question here?" is a fair question to ask, and the part that's unclear is what the real question is. The question as asked may be answerable, but I don't think it's actually the real question.
Jul
12
comment How can creatures with indestructible end up in the graveyard?
It can also be discarded from hand or from the library.