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Aug
27
revised When a creature is summoned but still on the stack is it considered a permanent?
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Aug
27
revised When a creature is summoned but still on the stack is it considered a permanent?
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Aug
27
answered When a creature is summoned but still on the stack is it considered a permanent?
Aug
21
comment Can a disease be eradicated at the beginning of the game?
@warren I edited accordingly - though without specifically focusing on the first turn, since that's a bit confusing in the context of the OP's question.
Aug
20
revised Can a disease be eradicated at the beginning of the game?
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Aug
20
comment Odd Monopoly situation: rolling doubles to get out of jail is ALSO third double in a row!
@murgatroid99 Aha, good point! Suuuper small, but nonzero!
Aug
20
comment Odd Monopoly situation: rolling doubles to get out of jail is ALSO third double in a row!
@murgatroid99 Probabilities of landing on each space, probably? I don't think the other players can do anything to cause you to move differently.
Aug
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
17
awarded  Enlightened
Aug
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
17
answered In Pandemic, can yellow infect black, after black has been eradicated?
Aug
15
revised Can a disease be eradicated at the beginning of the game?
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Aug
15
answered Can a disease be eradicated at the beginning of the game?
Aug
15
comment Is there any interaction between hypothetical continuous effects?
@HaoYe If you look at the discussion in chat here, and on ikegami's answer, it's quite clear that no one thinks that the ability is removed. murgatroid's claim is rather about the scope of the "as though" - for things within that scope, one acts as though there it doesn't have forestwalk, in particular that the scope possibly includes the whole game state at the point at which "can/can't be blocked" decisions are made.
Aug
14
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
14
comment Is it always better to play a knight immediately?
@JoeW That's why I asked, but the OP said no. Maybe he had some political motive? Wanted it moved to another opponent who seemed to be in the lead?
Aug
14
comment Is it always better to play a knight immediately?
Did the other person perhaps have some personal interest in the knight getting moved?
Aug
14
revised Is there any interaction between hypothetical continuous effects?
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revised Is there any interaction between hypothetical continuous effects?
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Aug
14
comment Is there any interaction between hypothetical continuous effects?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.