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Mar
25
comment Is pile shuffling considered slow play?
As the referenced "other user", I think I should mention the discussion may have been about mana weaving, not pile shuffling. Mana weaving should have no effect when followed by proper shuffling. That means 1) it's a waste of time, 2) it's an attempt to cheat (you want it to have an effect), and 3) it creates a perverse incentive to not shuffle correctly.
Mar
25
comment What is this kind of card shuffling called?
The issue isn't the wording. The problem that prompted my comment is that you implied that pile shuffling is ok at MTG tournaments (in combination with some means of randomization) while it can actually get you into trouble.
Mar
25
comment What is this kind of card shuffling called?
Re "pile shuffling by itself is not a sufficient means of randomization", It's not a means of randomization at all. As such, I've heard MTG judges say they would give slow play warnings to anyone pile "shuffling".
Mar
25
revised king of Tokyo- camouflage
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Mar
25
answered king of Tokyo- camouflage
Mar
25
revised king of Tokyo- camouflage
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Mar
24
answered Before the haunt, can players agree to automatically crack the Vault?
Mar
23
comment Laquatus's Champion and Torpor orb
I concur. You cannot choose the targets of an ability that never existed long after it would have been created. As such, you do as much as possible, which is nothing.
Mar
23
answered Epic Spell Wars rules clarifications
Mar
19
comment Gleemax interactions
He didn't say you couldn't either. So again, what's do you feel is the difference between reacting by countering and reacting by changing targets?
Mar
19
comment Gleemax interactions
I know it's not a counterspell. I asked why do you think it's different for Gleemax? What's special about Gleemax that prevents you from reacting to Ass Whoopin with it when you can react with counterspells?
Mar
19
comment Gleemax interactions
Yes. And all you said is that it's the opposite for Gleemax. Why do you think you can react by countering the spell but not by changing its targets?
Mar
19
comment Munchkin - Can you win at lvl 8
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Mar
19
comment Gleemax interactions
diego has rulings that the games temporarily merge for the purpose of counterspells. I agree with him that this ruling would extend to Gleemax.
Mar
18
comment Can players in single-elimination rounds agree to split prizes unevenly?
Yes, same section as the OP's: 5.2 Collusion and Bribery
Mar
18
answered Can players in single-elimination rounds agree to split prizes unevenly?
Mar
18
revised If I exile Rout with Narset's ability, when can it be cast?
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Mar
18
comment If I exile Rout with Narset's ability, when can it be cast?
@Rainbolt, Additional costs are cost increases ("plus all cost increases (including additional costs)"), so you're asking if anything distinguishes between additional costs and other cost increases. I don't know of any, and I can't imagine why anything would want to do distinguish between the two. I actually meant to note that in my answer.
Mar
18
revised If I exile Rout with Narset's ability, when can it be cast?
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Mar
18
revised If I exile Rout with Narset's ability, when can it be cast?
added 185 characters in body