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Jan
13
revised Can Winds of Qal Sisma trigger Willbreaker's ability?
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Jan
12
answered Multiple Super Munchkin Cards
Jan
12
revised Hexproof vs enchantment affecting all creatures
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Jan
12
comment Does the MtG lore have an official explanation for banned cards?
I don't think there's even a flavor explanation for the formats themselves.
Jan
12
reviewed Approve carcassonne-new-world tag wiki excerpt
Jan
12
comment If a card becomes cloned while another text-modifying effect is on the stack, what is the result?
@DrunkCynic Linking the first instance only is also a style guideline on Wikipedia. See en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Manual_of_Style/… Additional links don't add much value and make it harder to quickly see the links that are still important.
Jan
11
comment If a card becomes cloned while another text-modifying effect is on the stack, what is the result?
@Rainbolt Ah, gotcha, I think I misunderstood the "it" in step 4 - thought it was trying to copy the creature with the abilities tacked on.
Jan
11
comment If a card becomes cloned while another text-modifying effect is on the stack, what is the result?
"Text-modifying" makes it sound like something like Glamerdye ("Change the text of target spell or permanent by replacing all instances of one color word with another.") but it looks like what you're actually asking about is gaining abilities and copying copies.
Jan
11
comment If a card becomes cloned while another text-modifying effect is on the stack, what is the result?
"Abilities are independent of the source" doesn't seem to have much to do with this. The issue isn't the source going away, it's whether or not the added abilities get copied (and they don't).
Jan
11
revised If a card becomes cloned while another text-modifying effect is on the stack, what is the result?
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Jan
10
comment Are players permitted to resolve errors between themselves, without involving a judge?
This is pretty much how it has to be. There aren't enough judges with enough time to deal with every tiny thing (and it'd slow down games) so some things are best handled by players. And trying to set up rules about whether every last possible situation requires a judge or not is futile, so there's bound to be some room for players to decide when a judge is needed.
Jan
8
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
6
comment What variations are there on Solo whist?
I voted to close as too broad since the question in the title is wide-open and just attracted four new answers. The body of the questions suggests you just want the name of a specific variant, which would be fine, so if you come back and want to try to refine your question, go for it!
Jan
5
reviewed Reject blood-bowl-team-manager tag wiki
Jan
5
reviewed Reject blood-bowl-team-manager tag wiki excerpt
Jan
4
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
4
revised little-red-riding-hood wiki excerpt
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Jan
4
revised epic-spell-wars wiki description
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Jan
4
revised epic-spell-wars wiki excerpt
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Jan
4
revised lords-and-ladies wiki description
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