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revised Why is Noble Hierarch so expensive?
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comment Which US states have the highest Magic: the Gathering participation?
I'm not saying it's exactly directly proportional, just that that's going to dominate everything. California has nearly as many people as the bottom half of states combined, and three times as many as the fifth place state. There would have to be really huge differences in participation to compete with that, so I thought you might be asking about per capita.
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answered Why is Noble Hierarch so expensive?
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comment Which US states have the highest Magic: the Gathering participation?
Do you mean per capita? Just by number of players etc as you've said, I imagine the answer is pretty much just going to be state population.
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comment Can you re-equip equipment to the same creature?
I'm not sure this logic really works well in this case. The card doesn't really say anything about how the equip ability works; it just says "Equip." You have to look at the rules to figure out what it actually means. The sorcery-speed restriction for Equip is a nice example: if you just looked at the card as you're suggesting, you might think you could Equip at instant speed.
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comment Do board game publishers design games 'in house', or do they merely publish games by external designers?
@TheChaz2.0 Sounds like you could write an answer? Even if you don't elaborate a whole lot, knowing that there are all kinds of publishers seems like it addresses the question pretty well.
Apr
26
comment What happens when a non-token creature loses all abilities, is exiled, then returns?
@John The question does still mention tokens, just not the title. It's pretty confusing to future readers if the title talks about exiling tokens when the question isn't ultimately about that at all.
Apr
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revised What happens when a non-token creature loses all abilities, is exiled, then returns?
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Apr
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revised What happens when a non-token creature loses all abilities, is exiled, then returns?
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Apr
25
comment What happens when a non-token creature loses all abilities, is exiled, then returns?
@HaoYe There are two creatures - the OP has one with Voidwalk encoded already, and their opponent has the one that's been turned into a frog.
Apr
25
comment Angel's Grace and Phyrexian Unlife
Welcome to the site! This is a Q&A site, not a discussion forum (see the tour) so it's expected that you answer the question here. And... I'm not sure what you're trying to suggest here. Form of the Dragon definitely doesn't let you go to negative life. You'll lose immediately when you drop to zero or below, and you'll never get to the end of your turn where your life would become 5.
Apr
24
comment when south makes a bid and west 'doubles', does this mean west could become the declarer?
@TomAu Especially given that this is a basic rules question from a beginner, it might be best to focus first on clearly, directly answering the question that was asked, and then move on to provide whatever related information you think might be helpful. Covering it with just a note in the last paragraph makes your answer a lot harder to understand.
Apr
21
comment Custom game boards and pieces for existing games
@BenW301 The law site is about a lot of legal things in all kinds of different areas, all with their own details. I wouldn't assume that board games are too special for them.
Apr
21
comment What's the price difference in producing different quality game cards?
The gsm there is grams per square meter? Might be nice to mention in the answer.
Apr
19
answered How does the Prestige Leader mechanic work?
Apr
19
revised If effects happen at the same time, whose effect works?
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Apr
15
comment Does removing the timer make Space Hulk significantly easier?
Maybe I'm missing something (haven't played Space Hulk) but... it seems like maybe a few questions are getting mixed up here: (1) is it balanced against Space Marines? (2) if not, does having more time to think address that (i.e. it's actually balanced, the Space Marines are just harder to play)? and (3) how do you make your brother put away his phone?
Apr
15
comment What's the price difference in producing different quality game cards?
Okay, well, take out "small" and my point still stands: a deck with a ton of cards is even harder to shuffle if the cards are stiffer and thicker.
Apr
15
comment What's the price difference in producing different quality game cards?
This doesn't answer the explicit price difference question but... aren't the Pandemic cards also substantially thicker and stiffer? I'd imagine a deck with a ton of small cards like Timeline might be awkward with that material.