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Apr
14
comment Richard Pavliceks mystery
Please revise your question to include the mystery, that way if the link goes down your question is still valuable. Leave the link of course for reference and explaining his solutions, but the original question should be in-line here.
Apr
6
awarded  Yearling
Apr
1
answered How many cards do I need to make a collected set “draftable?”
Mar
26
comment What's the best strategy to win a tic-tac-toe variant on a 5x5-board?
@StevenStadnicki: Missed that, feel free to replace the moveset if you like, I only went as far as the above because I assumed it was at least somewhat complicated to win, didn't notice that the box was unblockable if you went up.
Mar
25
comment What's the best strategy to win a tic-tac-toe variant on a 5x5-board?
I avoided X2 being where you put it since winning is trivial in that case, having X pre-empt the O2 move makes winning much more complex (as I don't think you can win if you allow X to pre-empt past the second turn)
Mar
25
comment What's the best strategy to win a tic-tac-toe variant on a 5x5-board?
@freekvd: Oops, the X was (5,2) fixed it. X must play (2,3) or (2,4) to avoid O winning, since O has (2,1),(2,2), and (2,5) at that point.
Mar
25
revised What's the best strategy to win a tic-tac-toe variant on a 5x5-board?
Flipped a move
Mar
23
answered What's the best strategy to win a tic-tac-toe variant on a 5x5-board?
Mar
19
answered Gleemax interactions
Mar
2
revised Are tribal spells with changeling considered creature spells?
Expanded example about sub-types.
Mar
2
answered Are tribal spells with changeling considered creature spells?
Feb
28
comment Why is capturing mandatory in checkers/draughts? What if capturing was optional like any normal move? Would the game become completely unplayable?
It could be that it is a rule that is beneficial at the starting and high level plays. When starting off your opponent must notify you if you miss a capture and later on you can use forced captures to control your opponents moves potentially.
Feb
26
revised Can I respond to a draw from Gitaxan probe?
Minor wording change
Feb
24
answered Can I respond to a draw from Gitaxan probe?
Jan
30
comment No leader at end of round 1
I think it is just one of the things your group will need to decide upon. Maybe if a minute has gone by without a leader someone can speak up and ask for people to volunteer. Hopefully someone will want to stay or go and can nominate someone to perform that task in their stead.
Jan
29
comment No leader at end of round 1
I would assume from the tone of the rooms that this should be just avoided by the players. Since all that needs to happen is for one person to nominate someone it ought to happen within 3 minutes.
Jan
27
comment Am I obligated to identify cards owned by an opponent?
@Rainbolt: Oddly enough the rules don't call out the owner as free information. However they also don't call out the controller as free information, so I don't believe it is meant to be a completely inclusive list. There is certainly no way that the rules of magic would allow you to conceal the legal owner of the card, which is normally derived from the owner of the card within the game.
Jan
27
answered Am I obligated to identify cards owned by an opponent?
Dec
11
awarded  Civic Duty
Nov
12
comment “Counter target ability from a [quality] source” — changing [quality]?
I was just getting ahead of the usual next question "so what if I kill it" and the varieties of those questions.