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comment Does a heroic trigger still resolve if the heroic creature is gone?
Abilities on the stack exist independently of their source. If information about its source is required and the source no longer exists, use last known information (LKI).
Aug
17
comment Magic the gathering: Can Teysa, Orzhov Scion sacrifice itself and still use its 2nd ability?
@Klausi, If this answers your question, please check the mark next to it. (If not, say what's lacking.) Welcome to B&CG!
Aug
15
comment Is there any interaction between hypothetical continuous effects?
@murgatroid, 609.4 says that DF applies very specifically to "determining if a creature can block". It does not apply to "determining if a creature has abilities". Refined my answer further.
Aug
11
comment Can more lands be tapped for mana than needed?
@Affe, I was going to mention that, but I thought better of it because I don't think he'll be penalized in Regular REL.
Aug
11
comment Do I get to keep the 2nd Kalonian Twingrove when I got it via a Mimic Vat?
Just adding confirmation of Nick's answer. Go ahead and accept his.
Aug
10
comment How do you pronounce Hacan?
"c" is always "k" in front of a,o,u.
Aug
8
comment Legality of Modern Event Deck 2014
@Jefromi, Even if it's not sold as a whole on MTGO doesn't mean the deck can't be built in MTGO.
Aug
5
comment Will Exquisite Blood trigger even if the life loss eliminates the player
Fixed the title a bit. It's still misleading because the EB triggers when the life loss happens, which is before the player is eliminated by the SBAs.
Aug
3
comment How can make a balanced equipment deck with seasons 1 and 2, and TCM?
Found out that all of Chainsaws were in my S1 pile, and a set of S1 starter weapons (Fireaxe, Crowbar and Pistol) were in S2 pile. So this was useful :)
Aug
3
comment How can make a balanced equipment deck with seasons 1 and 2, and TCM?
There are three pans in S1, allowing for 6-player games. 4 were added in TCM allowing for 10-player games. The rules literally say "Put aside the [...] Pan [...] cards."
Aug
3
comment How can make a balanced equipment deck with seasons 1 and 2, and TCM?
Not when I play. They're just starting equipment as far as I'm concerned. The nightsticks replace the pans, and it would be silly to play with both. So, that leaves you wanting to use riot shields and a concrete saw. That's not a reason to mix the two decks. Either use the deck that has them, or adds those to the other deck.
Aug
3
comment How can make a balanced equipment deck with seasons 1 and 2, and TCM?
There are no pans or nightsticks in the deck. Those are starting equipment. My question stands.
Aug
3
comment Remove bestow target, does it become a creature?
I wasn't disagreeing. I was just adding more info.
Aug
3
comment Remove bestow target, does it become a creature?
That's what I call a reminder rule. If you read the definition of Bestow (702.102a), you'll see it says it stops becoming an Aura enchantment if the target becomes illegal. At that point, you're left with an Enchantment Creature on the stack, while will resolve as any other Enchantment and/or Creature.
Aug
2
comment How can make a balanced equipment deck with seasons 1 and 2, and TCM?
Why? It's been a while, but I don't seem to remember a reason to mix S1 and S2 together. Just use one of them.
Jul
31
comment Can Cancel counter a creature on the battlefield?
@Siebe, No, placing on the battlefield is not subject to countering. It must be a spell (a card or copy of on the stack) specifically.
Jul
30
comment What game does this die belong to?
@Gendolkari, Recognizing the (video) game represented by the illustration in the patent and/or reading the second-to-last paragraph of the patent would do it.
Jul
30
comment Generator Servent with Nemesis of Mortals
ack! You beat me to linking to my own answer!
Jul
28
comment Enchant artifact used to enchant Artifact creature
@Brian S, Incorporated your comment into my answer.
Jul
28
comment What do I say when an opponent asks if I'm “tapped out”, especially if I still have a means of casting a spell?
Go to MTG's rule page, follow Magic Tournament Rules, find the document titled "Magic: The Gathering Tournament Rules". It's in section 4.1, Player Communication.