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comment magic-the-gathering/ Sheltered Aerie
Correction: The Aura is enchanting a Land (a type of card), not a mana (an non-physical resource).
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comment What happens to an unattached Aura?
Note: The Bestow keyword ability overrides this rule.
2d
comment How long does mana from Burning-Tree Emissary stay around?
@Parcerier, Correct. By following the link in the answer, you can see it has not receive any errata. The whole point of removing mana burn was to simplify the game by removing a rule that had little effect on the game. (I'll dig up the announcement if you ask me to.) Recreating the rule through an errata would have been counter-productive.
Jul
4
comment How do Mana Flare and Mana Reflection interact?
Re "Even if they were both replacement effects, or both triggered", Two Mana Reflection is an example of the first, and two Mana Flare is an example of the second.
Jul
3
comment MTG Sliver Commander: Can I declare Brood Slivers tokens as attackers?
If you somehow managed to create an additional combat phase, they would be able to attack in that one.
Jul
3
comment Can abilities with no “tap/untap” cost be activated while a creature has summoning sickness?
Minor fix: "You can activate an ability as long as you can pay the cost" is rather key information. It's why you can't normally use Llanowar Elves's ability more than once per turn.
Jul
3
comment Can abilities with no “tap/untap” cost be activated while a creature has summoning sickness?
Minor fix: Your comments only apply to activated abilities.
Jul
3
comment Can abilities with no “tap/untap” cost be activated while a creature has summoning sickness?
Minor fix: It has to actually have the tap symbol to be affected by summoning sickness. For example, you can tap Heritage Druid as part of the cost of activating its ability even when it has "summoning sickness".
Jul
3
comment Can abilities with no “tap/untap” cost be activated while a creature has summoning sickness?
Minor fix: "Can't" trumps "can".
Jul
3
comment Toughness and the Stack
If you replace Dismember with Lightnig Bolt, the answer is exactly the same. SBA move the creature to the graveyard before Giant Growth raises its toughness.
Jul
2
comment Can I tap a creature in response to it being tapped?
@Wouter, I'm not sure a discussion about the effects of invalid targets has anything to do with the question. There sure are lots of questions about that, but this isn't one.
Jul
1
comment Can I play countered sorcery speed spells with Guile?
This is really just a repeat of boardgames.stackexchange.com/questions/24809/…
Jun
30
comment How can I efficiently filter MagicCards.info searches down to cards castable with only certain mana colours?
It's fine. You can even go ahead and answer it yourself. No need for credit or anything.
Jun
28
comment Mtg tournament play
@Mark Bridgeman, Are you referring to artistic changes you made yourself?
Jun
25
comment Magic The Gathering can this combo be done?
You can only respond to spells being cast and to abilities being added to the stack. You can't respond to sacrifices
Jun
22
comment Handling dwindling supplies in Splendor
"Yes you can do both" and two unrelated comments do not amount to an answer.
Jun
19
comment How can I efficiently filter MagicCards.info searches down to cards castable with only certain mana colours?
c!wg used to mean "castable using only white and green", so c!wg "Trace of Abundance" used to return Trace of Abundance. It appears this has been broken. :( Maybe when Commander became popular before ci:wg was introduced?
Jun
13
comment Does “lose 1 Sanity” count as “taking mental damage”?
Scenario 44 mentions both "lose 1 point in a mental trait" and "take 1 point of mental damage". In the same table of effecst, even!
Jun
10
comment In Smash Up, do I have to execute an effect when a card is played or can I choose to do it later in the turn?
Reference
Jun
9
comment How to control trait cards for Evolution - rule expansion or explination
Revised my answer with respect to the updated rules. This changes the answer to the first question.