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comment What color are Nissa, Worldwaker's lands?
@GendoIkari, Right, figuring out the color of a card isn't commonly required knowledge, so we might as well tell them that color is based on the card's type. ...Oh wait, it is commonly needed knowledge, and as such, telling them it's based on the card type when it's not will cause confusion.
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comment polymorphist's jest and emrakul
@Jake P, Loosely speaking, the reversion occurs on zone change. You can't find the rule because there's technically no reversion. The object on the 'field is different than the obj in the graveyard (400.7). The one on the 'field has no abilities because they were removed by PJ. The only in the graveyard has its abilities since nothing removed them. // Emrakul's ability triggers from the graveyard (based on the game state after the event) rather than from the 'field (based on the game state before the event) since it's not a leaves-the-battlefield trigger like "when this dies" (603.6d, 603.6c).
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comment What color are Nissa, Worldwaker's lands?
@GendoIkari, Correct, but irrelevant. I don't know why you're saying that unless you're trying to imply there has never been or will never be a land that isn't colorless out of the box, but that's clearly false: Dryad Arbor.
Jul
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comment What color are Nissa, Worldwaker's lands?
One land isn't colorless by default. The color of a card has nothing to do with its type. That's why I posted my answer.
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comment What color are Nissa, Worldwaker's lands?
@Gendolkari, Fixed.
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answered What color are Nissa, Worldwaker's lands?
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revised Are +1/+1 counters different from +1/+1 effects?
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comment polymorphist's jest and emrakul
@neubert, It's "back to normal" because moving a card from one zone to another causes the cessation of the object in the original zone and the creation of a new object in the new zone. The new object is created from what's on the card. CR 400.7
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revised Are +1/+1 counters different from +1/+1 effects?
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answered Are +1/+1 counters different from +1/+1 effects?
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comment You have to discard, but have no hand
Note: As you can see from the definition of "discard", the phrase "discard from a library" makes no sense. You can move a card from a library, but you cannot discard from it.
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revised You have to discard, but have no hand
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answered How does Athreos, God of Passage respond to creature tokens?
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comment How does Athreos, God of Passage respond to creature tokens?
Even if it didn't cease to exist, it still wouldn't go to your hand since a token that's left the 'field cannot be moved to another zone. CR 110.5g
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answered You have to discard, but have no hand