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Jul
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answered How can I tell which cards or sets are currently legal in various formats?
Jul
20
comment Is there a simple strategy for re-learning Magic the Gathering?
@John I realize you're being funny, and I do have old-timer cred (played during Legends) — but the stack was introduced with 6th Edition rules changes when MtG was six years old. There have been 12 core set releases and 49 expansion sets using the stack rules in the following 16 years. So, yeah, not new.
Jul
15
comment Gustcloak's ability vs. creatures with Vigilance
@corsiKa Maybe you're thinking of 701.17?
Jul
12
answered What are permanents?
Jul
12
comment How do poison counters work and how would a player get them?
This question is unclear. How did you hear about poison counters and what confuses you about them? It would be the same as asking "how do +1/+1 counters work? how does a creature get +1/+1 counters?" Many effects give poison counters (usually creatures with the infect keyword.) Most can be found by searching gatherer for the word “poison.”
Jul
12
comment Can I cast a spell after a certain part of the stack is resolved in MTG?
@Pacerier Like any spell with X in the cost, you choose the value of X. Of course, you must have the available mana to pay X.
Jul
7
comment What board game does this die belong to?
@corsiKa If I ever work at a coat check, I'm going to surreptitiously slip random board game dice into people's pockets. What a great idea!
Jul
7
comment Spells with multiple free abilities
Oh, hey, thanks for pushing me over! ;-D
Jul
7
answered Spells with multiple free abilities
Jul
7
revised Risk turning in cards five or six?
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Jul
6
answered Risk turning in cards five or six?
Jul
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comment How does regeneration work in Magic the Gathering?
@Pacerier Comprehensive Rule 101.2: When a rule or effect allows or directs something to happen, and another effect states that it can’t happen, the “can’t” effect takes precedence. Remember, the stack is resolved in last-in first-resolves order.
Jul
2
comment How does regeneration work in Magic the Gathering?
@Pacerier Regeneration is a replacement effect that means: the next time this permanent would be destroyed this turn, it isn't. Instead tap it, remove all damage from it, and remove it from combat. Therefore, it can only replace one instance of being destroyed. If you play a second shock, I must have some way to regenerate it again or it is destroyed.
Jun
15
comment Am I allowed to shortcut two abilities that allow me to search my deck?
I can think of one situation where your opponent may not accept that shortcut: effects that say "Play with the top card of your library revealed." Naturally, your opponent may want to get a glimpse of that extra card in your library if that effect is in play.
Jun
15
comment Where can I find a database with a list of all magic cards?
@ikegami gatherer.wizards.com/pages/content.aspx?x=mtg/gatherer/…
Jun
5
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5
revised Looking for the “magic'al” formula
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comment Looking for the “magic'al” formula
@Zags I should have been more clear. I don't think blue and red have 2/2 creatures with a CMC of one colorless and one colored mana. I've edited the post to make this explicit.