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comment Can a player redirect his attack if the defending player concedes?
PS - Attacking doesn't target
Apr
21
comment What is this notation for dimensions: 2-11/16“ x 3-13/16”
@AndyT, I don't see how 68-21/80 mm would be any better, or did you mean "decimal notation" when you said "metric"?
Apr
20
comment Looking for name of a double ended connector
If one side was attached, it would be a sliding dovetail joint.
Apr
18
comment First Aid - Unbalanced
I didn't remember there being precedent. Cool. I haven't played in years; I purchased a copy, but it's still making its way from overseas
Apr
18
comment First Aid - Unbalanced
If the amount of damage was limited based on your max health, it would require revealing your character.
Apr
17
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.
Apr
15
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.
Apr
15
comment Can I respond to Elesh Norn's ability?
Reference: CR 604.1 and 604.2
Apr
14
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).
Apr
14
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.
Apr
14
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
13
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.
Apr
10
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
10
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.
Apr
10
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.
Apr
10
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.
Apr
9
comment If an effect would prevent a spell from doing damage, does it continue to prevent that damage after the spell changes zones?
The Command simply cares about the source of the damage. The ability says who deals the damage ("Searing Blood deals ..."). 603.7d identifies the source of the ability, but nothing's checking the source of the ability. For example, if the Command had targeted an instant that says "Each of your creatures deals 1 damage to target opponent", the Command would not prevent any damage.
Apr
9
comment What is this game with a 12x8 pegboard and 59 double sided pegs?
SE is about improving questions and answers to provide the community's best, not any one person's
Apr
9
comment What is this game with a 12x8 pegboard and 59 double sided pegs?
Maybe if you listed listed some of those games, but you didn't even list games that exist. Rather than doing so, you listed speculative variants that use boards other than the one being asked about. But even that would be off-topic. The question isn't "what other games might be playable on board". I don't see how your noise is of any use at all. it just makes the question appear answered when you simply posted an off-topic comment.
Apr
8
comment What is this game with a 12x8 pegboard and 59 double sided pegs?
hum... Sounds like you eliminated all of your options