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revised Elder Sign charater traits
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revised Resolution of two buffs that affect attacking creatures
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answered Resolution of two buffs that affect attacking creatures
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comment Modern affinity deck without Mox Opal
@AlexP Fair, I suppose; I just think that while this might not be the best possible answer it's not really bad, just maybe doesn't focus in quite the right places.
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comment Modern affinity deck without Mox Opal
@AlexP Unless there are some other ideas out there that are missing here, it seems like a reasonable answer - it gives you a pretty good idea how much better Mox Opal is than the substitutes. Sometimes the answer is that there is no answer.
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revised Modern affinity deck without Mox Opal
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Apr
14
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
14
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
14
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
14
comment How does Lava Burst work with hexproof/shroud?
Ack, yes - wish I could edit to clarify that. I really just wanted to emphasize that "preventing damage" is a nice specific thing, not a fuzzy description.
Apr
14
comment How does Lava Burst work with hexproof/shroud?
To clarify a bit, cards talking about preventing damage mean it very specifically and literally. So Lava Burst doesn't mean it's unstoppable, that you can't do anything that'd in any way avoid the damage being dealt, it just means that damage prevention effects (like protection, and things that actually say "prevent damage") won't work.
Apr
9
comment Gild and the Gold tokens it creates
@murgatroid99 The big reason to mention the rulings is that a lot of people don't think to look there, and it'll help them get quick answers in the future, rather than having to post a question here or try to search/understand the comp rules.
Apr
8
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How long does a creature returned by the Whip of Erebos remain on the battlefield?
Apr
8
comment Gild and the Gold tokens it creates
Rapid Hybridization is a good example where the token goes to the other player, showing how it's explicitly stated. "Destroy target creature. It can't be regenerated. That creature's controller puts a 3/3 green Frog Lizard creature token onto the battlefield."
Apr
8
revised What are the limitations on using a Planeswalker's loyalty abilities?
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Apr
8
comment What are the limitations on using a Planeswalker's loyalty abilities?
@BrianS I think that's reasonably clear from "...none of that planeswalker's loyalty abilities..." but sure, as long as this doesn't turn into "everything you wanted to know about planeswalkers" answer!
Apr
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revised What are the limitations on using a Planeswalker's loyalty abilities?
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Apr
8
answered What are the limitations on using a Planeswalker's loyalty abilities?
Apr
7
comment Can Guttersnipe hit Planeswalkers?
I'm not sure what the comment discussion here was about, but I tried to add some of the more common player vs planeswalker things that might come up, in case the "player means player" part was confusing.
Apr
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revised Can Guttersnipe hit Planeswalkers?
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