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Jul
17
awarded  Yearling
Apr
23
reviewed Satisfactory Exceeding the monster limit due to an encounter
Apr
23
reviewed Excellent Is a card that was played and immediately trashed “in play”?
Apr
23
reviewed Satisfactory Can you force a player to **Bang** themselves when Dorothy Rage is in play?
Apr
23
reviewed Excellent Multiple melds for the same card
Apr
23
reviewed Excellent Playing Cards from Unhinged and Unglued
Apr
23
reviewed Satisfactory Do cards that say “creatures you control” trigger Heroic?
Apr
23
reviewed Excellent How much replayability can I expect from a core set LCG
Apr
23
reviewed Excellent Can I tap a creature in response to an instant?
Apr
23
reviewed Excellent What are the odds of getting a double run in four-handed pinochle?
Apr
23
reviewed Excellent Draw a card when my deck and my discard piles are empty
Mar
20
comment Can an instant spell be used before an upkeep triggered ability resolves?
@MatsT Isn't Morph an activated ability, that could not be used after spell with Split Second was cast?
Mar
20
comment Can an instant spell be used before an upkeep triggered ability resolves?
Even if you could cast Sudden Spoiling before Cryptoplasm's ability triggers (which you can't do, as Jonathan explained), Cryptoplasm would just become a copy of a 0/2 creature with no abilities.
Feb
25
answered The Witches: A Discworld Board Game - Defeating Count Bela
Dec
2
revised Destroying a Planewalker before its ability is used
changing 'plains walkers' to 'planeswalkers'
Dec
2
suggested approved edit on Destroying a Planewalker before its ability is used
Oct
27
comment Differences between Dixit versions?
@GendoIkari You may think of the cards as expansion to the game. The cards come in small boxes, containing nothing else besides them - no rules, no board to track points, no chips for voting. All of these are present in the main editions of the game (e.g. Dixit Oddysey). As I mentioned in my answer, as long as you know the rules, and can somehow arrange for keeping score and voting, you don't really need nothing more than cards.
Oct
11
comment How would Master of the Wild Hunt be worded if it targeted multiple creatures?
@ikegami I was going for a wording that would imply the wolf fights one of a creatures chosen as targets. I agree it's not a pattern present on any of existing cards (at least to my knowledge). Maybe, according to corsiKa's clarification, the last sentence should read: "Each wolf tapped this way fights a target creature.", then?
Oct
10
comment How would Master of the Wild Hunt be worded if it targeted multiple creatures?
@ikegami You can "choose target", and it's a wording that's often used when between choosing a target and doing something to it some other action takes place, just like in case of Time to Feed card.
Oct
10
comment How would Master of the Wild Hunt be worded if it targeted multiple creatures?
@ikegami A "choose target creature" statement is preceded by "For each untapped Wolf creature you control", hence it obliges a player to choose as many targets as they have untapped Wolves to activate the ability.