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Apr
3
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
19
accepted How does Blood Scrivener work if I “draw 2 cards”?
Oct
19
asked How does Blood Scrivener work if I “draw 2 cards”?
Oct
8
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
20
comment Properly choosing a random discard
@JonathanHobbs I think this answers the question just fine. It's so simple, I didn't even consider it.
Sep
13
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
13
accepted Coaching in Team Sealed events
Sep
13
comment Coaching in Team Sealed events
Awesome, thanks for the clarification.
Sep
12
asked Coaching in Team Sealed events
Sep
12
comment Can Trait Doctoring be used to change words like “nonblack”?
You could however use a card like Sleight of Mind to counter a Doom Blade, correct?
Sep
11
comment Can Trait Doctoring be used to change words like “nonblack”?
Can we use it to change flavor text? ;)
Sep
11
accepted Can Trait Doctoring be used to change words like “nonblack”?
Sep
11
comment Can Trait Doctoring be used to change words like “nonblack”?
Oh good catch, I missed that since I've cast Trait Doctoring zero times (which I think is the correct number).
Sep
11
asked Can Trait Doctoring be used to change words like “nonblack”?
Sep
7
comment Cheating with foils and card orientation
This actually happened today to me in a casual game while I was riffle shuffling. I had one (mint) playset that was foil, and had a pretty good idea where at least one of those copies were in the deck... I did not confirm it, but I definitely felt which cards were harder to bend.
Sep
6
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
2
accepted Cheating with foils and card orientation
Sep
2
accepted Properly choosing a random discard
Sep
1
comment Are permanent +1/+1 counters considered enchantments?
What would lead you to believe that +1/+1 counters are enchantments?
Sep
1
comment Properly choosing a random discard
@PieterGeerkens Your comment "Giving yourself artificial tells, especially if you don't understand the underlying Game Theory, is a Fools Paradise." is especially interesting, can you clarify or point me to a specific resource regarding this? I'm reading about game theory but so far it is rather dry, and Prisoners' Dilemma did not help me understand this. I use fake tells quite a bit and do things that (I hope) give my opponent false information (such as appearing slightly disappointed at a play that does not actually bother me), and I want to know how/when this puts me at a disadvantage.