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Aug
11
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Dec
10
awarded  Yearling
May
3
accepted Does Thrumming Stone ripple after ripple
May
2
awarded  Commentator
May
2
comment Does Thrumming Stone ripple after ripple
@SocioMatt Its just a deck for fun anyway, so i don't really care about the ruling. I just wondered if i could get all my rats in play.
May
2
comment Does Thrumming Stone ripple after ripple
@SocioMatt But the ruling of Relentless rats says: A deck can have any number of cards named Relentless Rats.
May
2
comment Does Thrumming Stone ripple after ripple
So if you play an EDH deck with 30 Relentless rats, you can get them all out with just one rat? (if you are lucky)
May
2
asked Does Thrumming Stone ripple after ripple
Apr
12
comment Can split second be used to block damage prevention effects?
Split second is very handy against somebody who plays a lot of counter spells
Apr
11
revised Is there a term for: “Doesn't untap during next untap step”?
added 286 characters in body
Apr
11
accepted Is there a term for: “Doesn't untap during next untap step”?
Apr
11
comment Is there a term for: “Doesn't untap during next untap step”?
The term "exhaustion" seems to be favored as answer as well in the comment section. no sure if i can tag anything as answer since there is no correct answer...
Apr
10
comment Is there a term for: “Doesn't untap during next untap step”?
You are no allowed to untap that because its Exhausted. Sound good! Although "my mountain is Exhausted sound" a bit odd... Maybe there will be some good input later today, else I'm gonna answer my own question with that.
Apr
10
comment Is there a term for: “Doesn't untap during next untap step”?
Maybe there is an unofficial term like Trollshroud was used before WotC named it hexproof. Or maybe is the SE mtg community big enough to coin the the term!
Apr
10
asked Is there a term for: “Doesn't untap during next untap step”?
Mar
13
answered Are counters (noun) physical things?
Mar
13
comment Card Organization: Multi-Color Cards
I just put all my multicolored on three pile's. common uncommon rare/mythic. and since there are not that many multi collord, the piles are not that big.
Feb
28
accepted Are creatures destroyed if their destruction happens at the same instant they lose “indestructible”?
Feb
28
asked Are creatures destroyed if their destruction happens at the same instant they lose “indestructible”?