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comment For Goblin Grenade can you sacrifice an attacking creature?
Note that it's not longer an "attacking creature" after the Combat Phase is over, when the sacrifice actually happened in this case.
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comment For Goblin Grenade can you sacrifice an attacking creature?
If it was worded "sacrifice an untapped Goblin", then your friend couldn't do it because the Goblin would (presumably) be tapped from attacking. But that's not the case.
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revised For Goblin Grenade can you sacrifice an attacking creature?
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comment Commander status as hidden information
@Ivo Beckers, Re "So you say it isn't hidden", No, I'm not. I'm asking if it is. If it isn't hidden, that's exactly what you would have to do. But not the reveal. There's no reason to do that. Of course, you can cheat, but you will be caught, and when you do, you'll get disqualified and people will stop playing with you. (It's actually easier to cheat if it is hidden information.)
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revised For Goblin Grenade can you sacrifice an attacking creature?
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revised For Goblin Grenade can you sacrifice an attacking creature?
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comment Commander status as hidden information
Last I checked, the commander attribute is not present on the face of cards, so neither of those two passages are applicable. So again I ask, is the Commander attribute hidden information?
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answered For Goblin Grenade can you sacrifice an attacking creature?
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comment Commander status as hidden information
Re "However, that fact is hidden information", Is it?
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revised Random targeting and protection
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comment Random targeting and protection
601.2c doesn't apply. If it applied, it would mean that you would be prevented from casting Goblin Test Pilot if you randomly picked an illegal target, but the ruling you quoted contradicts that.
Nov
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comment Do I gain life if a creature I control with lifelink deals damage to another creature or player?
Also, it's easier :) Unfortunately, because of a bug in Gatherer, [mtg:...] doesn't work if the card name as an apostrophe ("'").
Nov
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revised Do destination cards have to be completed in a particular direction?
There's no concept of direction in the game.
Nov
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comment Do destination cards have to be completed in a particular direction?
This was previously answered here, though the question was different. I'd rather leave this one open since it's more searchable, and we can't close the other in favour of this one because the other is a superset of this question.
Nov
18
revised What is the ability Flash about?
Added example
Nov
18
answered Conditions about returning Chandra's Phoenix in one's hand
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revised Conditions about returning Chandra's Phoenix in one's hand
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Nov
18
revised How many Enchantment cards can enchant one Creature?
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Nov
17
comment Are activated abilities only abilities with mana costs?
That just makes things confusing, in my opinion. They're part of the effect of the ability (which happens on resolution), but you make them look like some kind of activation cost. Triggered abilities don't have costs, optional or otherwise. The ability triggers unconditionally, and the ability resolves unconditionally. You don't have to decided if you're going to pay the mana until the ability resolves.
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revised Are activated abilities only abilities with mana costs?
Added example of activated abilities