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Jan
20
answered In what order are replacement effects chosen with respect to damage prevention?
Jan
20
comment Which property group colour gives the best ROI , undeveloped or fully developed, in Monopoly?
@glowcoder The definition of "main reason" is debatable I guess. Remember that if a player throws doubles, that's going to reduce the odds of a 7 getting out of jail. There are 16 chance cards so the odds of getting "Advance to Illinois" is 1/16. We would have to calculate the odds of going to jail, moving out of jail with a total of 14 in the next two rolls and compare that to the odds of landing on Chance and drawing the Advance to Illinois card. Which one is the greater contributor? I suppose we can agree they both are factors.
Jan
17
answered Who gets the points when calling Muggins in a three-player Cribbage game?
Jan
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
14
revised Why is Bazaar of Baghdad supposedly such a good card?
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Jan
13
comment Why is Bazaar of Baghdad supposedly such a good card?
Yeah, there's a smaller print run, and that's compounded by the fact that it hasn't been reprinted and won't be reprinted.
Jan
13
answered Why is Bazaar of Baghdad supposedly such a good card?
Jan
11
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
5
comment Can I cast a spell after a certain part of the stack is resolved in MTG?
@Izkata You're definitely either misremembering or played incorrectly at the time. The stack has always worked this way. See my comment on my answer.
Jan
5
comment Can I cast a spell after a certain part of the stack is resolved in MTG?
@Izkata The stack was added in 6th Edition, and the priority system has been more or less the same since (barring the change of the "cleanup step" etc.) If you played that nothing could be added to the stack after the top "pseudospell" on the stack starts resolving, you were playing incorrectly. See 408.1c of the Comprehensive Rules posted on 04/23/99.
Jan
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
5
revised Can I cast a spell after a certain part of the stack is resolved in MTG?
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Jan
5
comment Can I cast a spell after a certain part of the stack is resolved in MTG?
@AlexP gee, thanks, usually I'm the one posting comprehensive rules and long-winded explanations. :) I think the important comprehensive rule that directly answers the question is 116.3, will add edit.
Jan
5
revised Can I cast a spell after a certain part of the stack is resolved in MTG?
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Jan
5
revised Can I cast a spell after a certain part of the stack is resolved in MTG?
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Jan
5
answered Can I cast a spell after a certain part of the stack is resolved in MTG?
Jan
4
comment What general strategy exists for countering a white swarm/pump deck?
@Hackworth Some 2009 tournament decks used Wall of Denial or had Wall of Reverence on the sideboard. 4x Wall of Roots has been a feature of several tournament decks in the past. If the wall is efficient and/or has some acceleration benefit, it can be tournament worthy.
Jan
4
comment How do continuous effects interact with “enters the battlefield” triggers?
@Stephen Not sure what you mean. "Enters the Battlefield" is the trigger, continuous effects modify the card the moment it enters the battlefield and before the trigger checks attributes.
Jan
4
answered How do continuous effects interact with “enters the battlefield” triggers?
Jan
4
answered When two card texts confict, which takes priority?