Reputation
14,463
Next tag badge:
94/100 score
10/20 answers
Badges
1 34 60
Newest
 Mortarboard
Impact
~235k people reached

Aug
12
revised How does double strike work?
added 51 characters in body
Aug
12
comment How does double strike work?
...except the most recent basic rules are actually a little too basic. I just looked, and there's not even an example of multiple blocking creatures. For now, the M14 Basic Rules are still available and probably much more helpful.
Aug
12
revised How does double strike work?
added 1 character in body; edited title
Aug
12
answered How does double strike work?
Aug
12
comment How does double strike work?
Specifically, you should definitely look at the Basic Rules. It has pretty clear explanations of all the basic stuff, and a glossary of terms.
Aug
12
comment Running a MTG draft without actually having to buy new boosters for each player every single time?
Your concern about lack of synergy is definitely valid. Cubes work because they're put together with some attention to what themes are going in, and also because they tend to include a lot of fairly good cards so even without synergy there's cool stuff going on. If you have random cards from across sets with close to the normal distribution of commons, it's not going to work well.
Aug
10
revised When you use 'Rebound' does the card go to the graveyard?
added 13 characters in body
Aug
10
comment When you use 'Rebound' does the card go to the graveyard?
If you really want to know more about your side note (a single exile zone) you should probably ask a separate question.
Aug
10
answered When you use 'Rebound' does the card go to the graveyard?
Aug
9
revised Is the scry mulligan rule implemented in the rules at large yet?
added 103 characters in body
Aug
9
answered Is the scry mulligan rule implemented in the rules at large yet?
Aug
7
revised Who gets the tokens from Chasm Skulker?
added 1105 characters in body
Aug
7
comment Who gets the tokens from Chasm Skulker?
@GendoIkari It's the combination of the two, yes? 603.6d just says you look back to before to figure out what happens, then you apply 112.8 based on that state.
Aug
7
comment Who gets the tokens from Chasm Skulker?
@ghoppe Thanks, somehow forgot there would be an explicit rule for that.
Aug
6
revised Who gets the tokens from Chasm Skulker?
added 183 characters in body
Aug
6
answered Who gets the tokens from Chasm Skulker?
Aug
6
revised Who gets the tokens from Chasm Skulker?
deleted 70 characters in body; edited title
Aug
6
comment Do multiple Eternal Thirst give a creature multiple copies of the same triggered ability?
@Rainbolt Coincidentally it was also a duplicate of that before the title change, since the title change had no effect on the meaning of the question. (But thank you for finding a duplicate to mark, of course.)
Aug
6
revised Do multiple Eternal Thirst give a creature multiple copies of the same triggered ability?
edited title
Aug
6
comment Do multiple Eternal Thirst give a creature multiple copies of the same triggered ability?
@Rainbolt That's exactly what it's asking, just in a less generic way. Eternal Thirst grants a triggered ability, and "do they stack?" means "does it get multiple copies". If you think it's not the clearest possible wording, okay - you can edit as well as I can. But that doesn't mean it's a duplicate.