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Dec
9
comment If I copy a legendary creature, can I activate its ability before the Legend rule takes effect?
The reason is, it is not entirely unexpected for someone to scan your post, find this text: "Yes, the Mimic came in untapped, but it has summoning sickness until your next turn. You'll need to give it haste somehow if you want this batch of tokens.", and assume that is the answer
Dec
9
comment If I copy a legendary creature, can I activate its ability before the Legend rule takes effect?
One point of style: The legend rule being a state-based action is the "feature" of the answer to this question, and you should talk about that bit first.
Nov
20
awarded  Yearling
Nov
14
revised Sorcery supercedes instant?
rolled back to a previous revision
Nov
14
comment Sorcery supercedes instant?
@Rainbolt It's just that the model I like to imagine is that you cast multiple spells during priority. I know that's not how it's spelled out in the rules, but it's a cleaner model
Nov
14
comment Sorcery supercedes instant?
@StevenStadnicki sorry about that. It said that you pass priority, not that you lose it. I've updated the list to be more explicit though
Nov
14
revised Sorcery supercedes instant?
added 21 characters in body
Nov
14
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
3
comment When is Ferocious checked?
the answer is "it depends" ferocious is an italicized keyword, which essentially indicates that it's 100% branding, and has no rules significance.
Sep
26
awarded  Self-Learner
Sep
26
comment Is there a way to beat Standstill?
@jwodder but the triggered ability of genesis hydra will go on top of that, because both genesis hydra and standstill trigger off of casting the spell
Sep
25
comment Is there a way to beat Standstill?
@jwodder fixed.
Sep
25
revised Is there a way to beat Standstill?
added 25 characters in body
Sep
25
answered Is there a way to beat Standstill?
Jul
25
awarded  Custodian
Jul
25
reviewed Reject What can I do if I still do not understand an interaction from a DCI online test?
Jul
23
comment Why is this type of hesitation considered unethical?
I don't play bridge, but something sounds really off to me about this "rule". In any other game I know, if you somehow suggested that giving false tells was immoral, you'd be laughed at like a scrub.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
30
awarded  Notable Question
May
30
awarded  Nice Question