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comment Mishra's Factory - Rarity and Peasant/Pauper Legality
Not official doesn't mean it doesn't exist. Of course you can ignore the format, but that doesn't answer questions about the format.
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comment Mishra's Factory - Rarity and Peasant/Pauper Legality
@Kevin, See diego's answer. A U1 is a rare, and a C1 is an uncommon.
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comment Mishra's Factory - Rarity and Peasant/Pauper Legality
Which begs the question.. It is allowed as an Uncommon? Yes, yes it is. Right from the article, Library of Alexandria is allowed even though it has Uncommon and Rare prints. It has since gained a Mythic Rare print, but again, that doesn't matter. It doesn't appear that you need to have the Uncommon print, but it's not clear. (It says that "four copies of Library of Alexandria" are allowed, not "four copies of Library of Alexandria from Arabian Nights".)
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comment Mishra's Factory - Rarity and Peasant/Pauper Legality
He did use magiccards.info, and why would his playgroup get to decide what's in the format?
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comment Mishra's Factory - Rarity and Peasant/Pauper Legality
humm... Gatherer lists all prints as uncommon, except for the three alternate prints as rare.
16h
comment How do I play a card if it has two colors within the one mana symbol in its cost?
If you had to pay both, they'd be side-by-side.
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comment If both players are killed at the same time, do they both die?
@murgatroid99, You are presumed to NOT retain priority in response to your own spells and abilities. You need to explicitly retain it if you want to retain it, thus the correction I added today. Ok, that's technically a Tournament Rule.
23h
comment Does priority matter in Magic?
Did you misread what I said? The Active Player must cast first or risk not being able to cast at all. (Nothing to do with the other spell being Silence)
23h
comment Does priority matter in Magic?
@Zags, Re "so he/she has the option to cast a spell before I can cast Silence, but it doesn't matter!" Actually, it does matter. They must cast it before you cast Silence. Otherwise you could simply not cast Silence and then they wouldn't be to cast in their Upkeep at all.
23h
comment Does priority matter in Magic?
A common real life example: It practically guarantees a use of your Planewalker's loyalty ability before your opponent can kill it. See here for details.
1d
comment Chart or diagram explaining Magic's turn structure
You can fix the First strike imprecision by using the following text for the Combat Damage Step: "Creatures who didn't participate in the First Strike Combat Damage Step and those with Double Strike ..."
1d
comment What are the dependencies of the Werewolf games expansions?
@PaulMag, Why don't you visit the pages of these games on BGG, find the majority of your answers, and come back with more specific questions.
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comment What are the dependencies of the Werewolf games expansions?
@bwarner, He didn't ask to have them all listed. He asked specific questions about specific version of the game.
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comment How to remove a game from BGG collection?
How to use another website is off-topic. Voted to close.
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comment How are M:TG cards printed in regards to the rarity of each card?
oops, yeah. 1:7:24:88. Yeah, some sets vary this a little. And I didn't count the foil, which probably has the same ratio?
2d
comment How are M:TG cards printed in regards to the rarity of each card?
Re "If the distribution of rarity is 1:1:1", Clearly not. A booster comes with one rare or mythic rare, three uncommons and 15 commons. For each 8 packs, the rare is a mythic rare, so the ratio is 1:7:24:120.
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comment How are M:TG cards printed in regards to the rarity of each card?
Yes, but each game has it's own printing process.
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comment How are M:TG cards printed in regards to the rarity of each card?
Which game are you asking about?
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comment Are there any consequences, if you cannot block Loathsome Catoblepas?
Re "Does Catoblepas make you to block with Instants or other ways", You are never compelled to create a situation where you can meet requirements. For example, if you have a tapped creature and you have a means of untapping it, you don't have to use it to block an activated Loathsome Catoblepas (even if everyone knows you have it).
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comment What happens after using Spinal Embrace on a Theros God?
Maybe you think only creatures can be sacrificed, but that's not the case. 701.14a To sacrifice a permanent, its controller moves it from the battlefield directly to its owner’s graveyard. A player can’t sacrifice something that isn’t a permanent, or something that’s a permanent he or she doesn’t control. Sacrificing a permanent doesn’t destroy it, so regeneration or other effects that replace destruction can’t affect this action.