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comment Is there an industry standard definition between “Board”, “Card”, and “Table Top” game genres?
Games that have a fixed set of custom cards (e.g. Dominion) or pieces (e.g. Carcassonne) can also be considered board games.
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comment If multiple players must make a choice, in what order are the choices made?
Technically, the choosing can be done simultaneously. But it's not. As for the actual sacrifice, they are performed simultaneously as far s the game is concerned.
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comment Is this an infringement on a copyright?
If you are talking about an electronic version the thing in the bottom right of this picture, there shouldn't be a Copyright issue. (In short, it doesn't replace the game in any way.) You'd be more likely to be blocked over Trademark issues for using Ingenious in the name. Ideally, that shouldn't be a problem, but companies are touchy with perfectly legal uses of their names. Can you make it a little more obvious that it's unofficial (say by naming it "Pavlov's Ingenious Scoreboard" and by adding a discrete disclaimer)?
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comment Can I respond to Elesh Norn's ability?
Reference: CR 604.1 and 604.2
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revised Does preventing damage prevent things like land destruction?
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answered Does preventing damage prevent things like land destruction?
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revised When you call a bluff and are wrong, how is the card that dies chosen?
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comment When you call a bluff and are wrong, how is the card that dies chosen?
@Jefromi, It's far too much information, and far too little. How you discard is of no importance to the question or answer (the OP already knows what to do after he chooses the card), and that only partially explains the action (it's not just placed face-up; it's removed from play).
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revised When you call a bluff and are wrong, how is the card that dies chosen?
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comment When you call a bluff and are wrong, how is the card that dies chosen?
@ConMan, The card is throw away. Again, you don't just reveal the card. It can no longer be used.
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revised When you call a bluff and are wrong, how is the card that dies chosen?
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revised When you call a bluff and are wrong, how is the card that dies chosen?
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comment When you call a bluff and are wrong, how is the card that dies chosen?
@ConMan, It's not just revealed; it's removed from play
Apr
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comment When you call a bluff and are wrong, how is the card that dies chosen?
Nit: They may reveal a card. They need not reveal the card even if they have it; they may simply take the hit in order to keep the card.
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answered When you call a bluff and are wrong, how is the card that dies chosen?
Apr
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comment If I have an Equipment equipped to something and it's enchanted by Ensoul Artifact, how is that handled?
@Pablo, It can't mean "attached" (because it's possible for a creature to be attached until SBAs fix the situation), but maybe it means "become attached". (If so, that would mean you could activate a creature's Equip ability, but it wouldn't do anything on resolution.)
Apr
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revised Does damage dealt by Searing Blood's delayed trigger cause Satyr Firedancer to trigger?
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comment Does damage dealt by Searing Blood's delayed trigger cause Satyr Firedancer to trigger?
@GendoIkari, In theory, it isn't against the rules (abilities on the stack are objects). In practice, I think it's a concept Wizards wants to avoid. I seem to remember there was an accidental occurrence of this that was fixed.
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comment Do effects that reduce a spell's casting cost also reduce its converted mana cost?
The adjusted value is called the "total cost" to cast the spell.
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comment Do effects that reduce a spell's casting cost also reduce its converted mana cost?
It is changed by decisions about "X", though. 202.3b When calculating the converted mana cost of an object with an {X} in its mana cost, X is treated as 0 while the object is not on the stack, and X is treated as the number chosen for it while the object is on the stack.